About sacred rivers of India.
|LC Classifications||DS414.2 .A47 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||196 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||196|
Seven Sacred Rivers. Bill Aitken. Penguin Books, - Hindu shrines - pages. 0 Reviews. An Unorthodox Pilgrimage Along India S Rivers. Flowing By Himalayan Glaciers, Dusty Mofussil Towns. The book draws extensively on the Vedas, Puranas and Hindu epics to present the mythological stories relating to the seven sacred rivers, the towns and cities along their course that are designated. Hindu theology views rivers as goddesses who confer blessings and spiritual purification. The release of celestial waters from the grip of "Vritra" Kamandalu: The Seven Sacred Rivers of Hinduism: Shrikala Warrier: : Books. Seven Sacred Rivers. By Bill Aitken. Penguin India. Pages: Price: Rs I do not know much about gods," says T.S. Eliot, "but I think that the river/ Is a strong brown god". A.K. Ramanujan, more in tune with local flows, prefers irony: "The river has water enough/ to be poetic/ about only once a year.".
Spanning thirty years of journeying, Seven Sacred Rivers is an absorbing, witty and informative travelogue which also serves as a survival guide to an undiscovered India. Read more Read less click to open popover4/5(7). LXXVII. The Four Quarters of the World: the Seven Mountains, the Seven Rivers, &c.. CHAPTER LXXVII. 1. And the first quarter is called the east, because it is the first: and the second, the south, because the Most High will descend there, yea, there in quite a special sense will He who is blessed for ever descend And the west quarter is named the diminished, because there all the luminaries. "The Sacred Mountain" is a book I have written in an effort to continue the storyline in the 'Earths Children' series. This book is set ten years in the future beyond the end of Jean Auel's sixth book. In my novel, I explore some of the issues brought up but not resolved in the original series of books and supply some answers to lingering. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Aitken, Bill, Seven sacred rivers. New Delhi ; New York, N.Y., USA: Penguin Books, (OCoLC)
Seven Sacred Rivers. ISBN ISBN Softcover. New. Quantity Available: 7. From: Bookstore99 (Wilmington, DE, U.S.A.) Seller Rating: Add to Basket. The book draws extensively on Hindu sacred texts to present the mythological stories relating to the seven sacred rivers, namely, Ganga, Yamuna, Sarasvati, Sindhu, Narmada, Godavari and Kaveri, and the practices connected with river goddess worship. The shared concerns of sacred and secular ecology in modern India are also s: 1. The Narmada has been named the most beautiful river of India by Western travellers like Bill Aitken in his book ‘The Seven Sacred Rivers’. Deep, dark and mysterious, the Narmada flows from Amarkantak in the central mountain ranges of India to the Arabian Sea. ‘Kamandalu: The Seven Sacred Rivers of Hinduism' by Warrier draws extensively on the Vedas, Puranas and Hindu epics to present mythological .