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The Daily Practice Of The Hindus, Containing The Morning And Midday Duties

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Hardcover, 198 pages
Published by AMS Press
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Subhodeep Mukhopadhyay
This book by Shri Sris Chandra Vasu discusses the Nitya Karma Paddhati or Daily practices of Hindus especially from the point of view of Bengal. Written in around 1880s, this book is perhaps the only book of its kind in English, geared towards the Eastern India Hindu practices (Sama Vedic with a significant Shakta influence along with Shukla Yajur Vedic of Madhyandina Shakha).

Having said that, it must also be noted that he discusses the practises of all the other prominent north Indian Vedic sch...more
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