Myth Of Composite Culture And Equality Of Religions by Harsh Narain

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Language: English
Pages: 82

About the Author
Born on November 1, 1922, the late Dr. Harsh Narain did his M.A. from Nagpur University. He took his Ph.D. from Lucknow University in the field of Nyaya-

Vaisesika Philosophy.
After holding a Lectureship in Philosophy at Banaras Hindu University, he became a Reader in the same subject at North- Eastern Hill University (Shillong) and

a Visiting Professor at Aligarh Muslim University. Subsequently, he was a Visiting Fellow at Gurukul Kangari University (Haridwar) and a UGC Professor

attached to Lucknow University. He guided research on Buddhism, Vedanta, Sankhya- Yoga, Bhartrhari, Radha-krishnan, Bertrand Russell, Mahatma Gandhi and

Muhammad Iqbal. Several Ph.D. and M. Phil theses were produced under his guidance.
Equally at home in Sanskrit, Pali, Persian, Arabic, English, Hindi and Urdu, he had written dozens of books and tracts, and hundreds of papers and articles. He

had contributed notable articles to the Hindi Sahitya Kosha, the Urdu Encyclopaedia and the Encyclopaedia of Indian Philosophies. His academic interests ranged

over Vedic and Epic Studies, Indian history and culture, Islam and Sufism, Sanskrit, Persian and Urdu poetry, and Marxism. He had studied the Qur'an and the

Hadith-s in Arabic.
Contents

1The Myth of Composite Indian Culture 1

2India: Dar Al-Harb or Dar Al-Islam? 39

3The Myth of Unity and Equality of Religions49

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