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The Development of Sanātana Dharma in the Twentieth Century: A Rādhāsoamī Guru's Perspective

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Dimitrova, D. The Development of Sanātana Dharma in the Twentieth Century: A Rādhāsoamī Guru's Perspective. Hindu Studies 11, 89–98 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11407-007-9038-4

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Keywords

  • Social Ideal
  • Religious Tradition
  • Reform Movement
  • Ritual Practice
  • Hindu Religion