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"Arya Samaj" is a written work by Lala Lajpat Rai.
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Arya Samaj is a Hindu reform movement founded by Swami Dayananda on 7 April 1875. He was a sannyasi who promoted the Vedas. Dayananda emphasized the ideals of brahmacharya.
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Hinduism Ancient and Modern (1905)
As Taught in Original Sources and Illustrated in Practical Life by Baij Nath (Lala.)
Unlike Hinduism, the Arya Samaj is a propaganda, and seeks to bring into its fold not only the orthodox Hindus, but the lower classes tend men of other persuasions also. Only the other day it converted a Mohammedan teacher in the Punjab to ...
The Indian Magazine (1886)
Brahmo Samaj literally means the Spiritual Society; Arya Samaj means the Communion of all the Aryas, or the society to which all the Aryas (virtuous people ) belong. If we care to examine for ourselves, we shall find that Swami Dayanand ...
by Peter Clarke
The Arya Samaj is a Hindu revivalist movement with its origins in north India inthe nineteenth century, but with a global presence and purpose inthe twentyfirst. Withits message of 'Back to the Veda', it has sought to purify Hindu practices, ideas ...
by Jagran Josh
Arya Samaj is an Indian recitalist religious movement that promotes values and practices based on the infallibility of the Vedas. The sect was founded by Swami Dayananda. (a) “Why Socialism” is a book written by Jayaprakash Narayan who ...
Religion and Society (1996)
by Gnana Stanley Jaya Kumar
So that both in its popular character and methods, as well as in the high social position and educational training of its members and in its rapidly growing numbers, the Arya Samaj is a movement of considerable importance. The principles of ...
by Rajeev Verma
Arya Samaj is a Hindu reform movement in ...
Life in Freedom (2014)
Liberation Theologies from Asia by Michael Amaladoss
SWAMI AGNIVESH Swami Agnivesh is a sannyasi who belongs to the Arya Samaj Arya Samaj is a reform movement within Hinduism started by Swami Dayanand Sarasvati in 1875. It sought to restore Hinduism to its pristine purity in ...
History of the Punjabees (2010)
by J. N. Nanda
The Arya Samaj is a social and religious organization. It followed the Christian practice of holding Sunday morning prayer and religious discourse sessions. It does not believe in human intermediaries between God and an individual and is ...
by R.K. Pruthi
Lastly, the Arya Samaj is a separate organisation with its definite and written constitution. Thus, it fulfils all the essential conditions of a separate religion more than any other accepted or established religion of the world. There is, therefore, no ...
Hindu Iconoclasts (2004)
Rammohun Roy, Dayananda Sarasvati, and Nineteenth-Century Polemics Against Idolatry by Noel Salmond, Canadian Corporation for Studies in Religion
The Arya Samaj is an entirely Indian movement; and, while obliged to reckon with European science and civilisation, it seems European thought, philosophy, and especially religion. It is the latest effort at reform which has sprung from the midst ...
by Gaṅgā Rām Garg
The Arya Samaj believes that one of the causes of India's downfall was the prohibition of foreign travel. It allows the entrance of the followers of other religions into the Hindu fold, as it believes that they were converted to other religions under ...
by James G. Lochtefeld
Arya Samaj The Aryan movement was once described as an "invasion," but in recent years it has become more common to describe it as a "migration." According to the accounts in the Vedas, the Aryans were a pastoral people, and although ...
Religions of the World: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Beliefs and Practices, 2nd Edition [6 volumes] (2010)
A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Beliefs and Practices by J. Gordon Melton, Martin Baumann
Arya Samaj is a sectarian philosophy within Hinduism that challenges Brahmanism. Its early leaders attracted followers from late 19th-century, north Indian communities at a time of traumatic social and economic transformation under British ...
Encyclopedia of Hinduism (2006)
by Constance Jones, James D. Ryan
The Arya Samaj seeks to restore the central- ity of the Vedas to Hinduism and to reject much of Hinduism's SANATANA DHARMA (eternal way), including worship of images and PUJA (traditional rituals). The society teaches 10 basic ...
by Bruce M. Sullivan
ARYA SAMAJ. Hindu revivalist movement founded in 1875 by Swami Dayanand Sarasvati. The Arya Samaj sought to restore Hinduism to what was perceived to be its original purity. It saw in the Vedas the essential teachings of Hinduism, and ...
Volume 1: A - L; Volume 2: M - Z by Patrick Taylor, Frederick I. Case
Arya Samaj rekindled hope in the ideal of “unity in diversity” as it sought to unite Aryas, Dasas, Dasyus, Yadus, Sanahas, Purus and Cheddis—India's ancient peoples—into a coherent whole. These lessons were not lost on later generations of ...
by Jai Narain Sharma
The Arya Samaj had already been engaged in the work of Shuddhi. Now the Mahasabha also made it a part of its activities. At its session held at Benaras in 1923 under the Presidentship of Pundit Madan Mohan Malaviya, which was attended ...
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Gayatri Mantra and Its Meaning By Divakar Arya Samaj Bgl Bangalore Children's Function February 2008.
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