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[Footnote 85:  Weekly Statesman (Calcutta), 14 IX. 1905.]

[Footnote 86:  Rev. Dr. Griswold in Madras Decen.  Missionary Conf.  Report, 1902, p. 317.]

[Footnote 87:  Asiatic Studies, II. i. 11.]

[Footnote 88:  Sister Nivedita, The Web of Indian Life, pp. 191, 287.]

[Footnote 89:  Avatar=a descent.]

[Footnote 90:  Lillie, India and its Problems.]

[Footnote 91:  Smith, Life of Dr. John Wilson, pp. 63, 65.]

[Footnote 92:  Lillie, India and its Problems, p. 130.]

[Footnote 93:  Biographical Sketch of K.M.  Banerjea, p. 79.  K.M.  Banerjea, Christianity and Hinduism, pp. 1, 2, 11.  Monier Williams, Hinduism, p. 36, etc; Brahmanism and Hinduism, pp. 4, 14, 17, 33.  Compare Hebrews i. 2, 3.]

[Footnote 94:  Hinduism and its Modern Exponents, Rev. C.N.  Banerjea, B.A.  Calcutta, 1893.]

[Footnote 95:  Sketches of Indian Christians (Madras C.L.S.), 1896.]

[Footnote 96:  Lectures in India.]

[Footnote 97:  P.N.  Mitter, Intellectual Progress of Modern India.]

[Footnote 98:  U.F.  Church of Scot.  Mission Report for 1903; Madras Decen.  Missionary Conference Report, 1903, pp. 310, 311.]

[Footnote 99:  Farquhar, The Future of Christianity in India (Chr.  Lit.  Soc).]

[Footnote 100:  K.C.  Banurji, Esq., M.A., B.L., Registrar of Calcutta University.]

[Footnote 101:  Asiatic Studies, I. v. 143.]

[Footnote 102:  Madras Decen.  Miss.  Conf.  Report, 1902, p. 345.]

[Footnote 103:  Translated by Rev. J.L.  Thakur Das, of Lahore.]

[Footnote 104:  J.N.  Farquhar, M.A., in The Future of Christianity in India, Madras C.L.S.]

[Footnote 105:  For a fuller statement, see Farquhar, The Future of Christianity in India.  C.L.S., Madras.]

[Footnote 106:  Flint, Philosophy of History.]

[Footnote 107:  Asiatic Studies, I. i.]

[Footnote 108:  Bhag.  Gita, v. 3, quoted by Max Mueller in Ramakrishna, p. 3.]

[Footnote 109:  Asiatic Studies, II. i. 35.]

[Footnote 110:  John v. 11.]

[Footnote 111:  The term Nirvana is not used by ordinary uneducated Indians:  it is known only to the educated.]

[Footnote 112:  Max Mueller, Ramakrishna.]

[Footnote 113:  Sister Nivedita, The Web of Indian Life.]

[Footnote 114:  Rev. H. Forman, The Arya Sarm[=a]j, Allahabad.]

[Footnote 115:  Madras Decen.  Missionary Conf.  Report, 1902, p. 276.]

[Footnote 116:  Hastie, Hindu Idolatry and English Enlightenment.]

[Footnote 117:  “The tendency of the doctrine of Karma has been to promote contentment.”—­Bose, Hindu Civilisation, I. lix.]

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