What World Religions Teach

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
The works listed below are suggested as supplementary to this book. The books first named under the different headings are all cheap, usually costing less than ten shillings each, and they are suitable for general students. The second section under each heading is of more expensive and detailed books that can be recommended for libraries and advanced students.GENERAL INTRODUCTIONS
JAMES E. O.: History of Religions ( English Universities Press).
SMITH H.: The Religions of Man ( Mentor Books).
BOUQUET A. C.: Comparative Religion ( Pelican) ( Penguin Books).
BOUQUET A. C.: Sacred Books of the World ( Pelican) ( Penguin Books).
NOSS J. B.: Man's Religions ( Macmillan, New York).
ZAEHNER R. C. (editor): Concise Encyclopœdia of Living Faiths ( Hutchinson).
FERM V. : An Encyclopœdia of Religion ( Owen).
PARRINDER E. G.: Worship in the World's Religions ( Faber).
VARIOUS AUTHORS: The World's Great Religions (fully illustrated) ( Collins).
HINDUISM
SEN K. M.: Hinduism ( Pelican) ( Penguin Books).
FARQUHAR J. N.: A Primer of Hinduism ( Christian Literature Society).
PIGGOTT S.: Prehistoric India ( Pelican) ( Penguin Books).
WOOD E.: Yoga ( Pelican) ( Penguin Books).
MACNICOL N.: Hindu Scriptures ( Everyman's Library) ( Dent).
THOMAS E. J.: Vedic Hymns ( Murray).
THOMAS E. J.: The Song of the Lord ( Murray).
MASCARO J.: The Bhagavad Gita ( Penguin Books).
RADHAKRISHNAN S.: The Hindu View of Life ( Allen and Unwin).
WINSLOW. , J. C.: The Christian Approach to the Hindu ( Edinburgh House Press).
BASHAM A. L.: The Wonder that was India ( Sidgwick and Jackson).

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