Category Archives: Hinduism

Shankara on the disenchantment of the world

A fascinating text from Shankara’s Brahma-Sutra-Bhasya on the disenchantment of the world: “For what is not accessible to our perception may have been within the sphere of perception of people in ancient times. Smriti also declares that Vyâsa and others … Continue reading

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Centre Aditi

Je voudrais annoncer le lancement du Centre Aditi d’études sur la tradition hindoue. Ce centre devrait à terme publier un période et collabore déja à la réalisation d’un moyen métrage sur la tradition hindoue.

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New issue of Religions/Adyan: Peace in a World of Conflicts

Cover courtesy of Kai-Henrik Barth The issue 9 of Adyan is now available To download the English section, click here. To download the Arabic section, click here. Table of content for the English and French section: Editorial by Patrick Laude … Continue reading

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Eric Voegelin et l’Orient

Source: Eric Voegelin et l’Orient

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Le devoilement de la realite (Sat-Darshanam)

I just finished a translation from English to French of a commentary on a text by Ramana Maharshi. It is now available on-line. https://lecoeurdelayogini.wordpress.com/

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“Swami Karpatri, presence de l’Hindouisme traditionnel”

Nous voudrions signaler la publication d’un numéro spécial de la Régle d’Abraham consacré à Swami Karpatri et à l’Hindouisme traditionnel. Swami Karpatri est un grand Sannyasin du Nord de l’Inde détenteur des deux lignages initiatiques de l’Advaita Vedanta Shankarien et … Continue reading

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The Lives of Sri Aurobindo

As I am just finishing the reading of Peter Heehs’s The Lives of Sri Aurobindo, I find it hard to understand the negative reactions and controversies it has triggered. The book offers a balanced and nuanced (non-hagiographical) perspective on the life … Continue reading

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