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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 171 pages of information about New Ideas in India During the Nineteenth Century.

[Footnote 118:  Sir M. Monier Williams’ Brahmanism and Hinduism.]

[Footnote 119:  Sister Nivedita, The Web of Indian Life, p. 198.]

[Footnote 120:  Taken from the Chh[=a]ndogya Upanishad.]

[Footnote 121:  Lilly, India and its Problems.]

[Footnote 122:  K.S.  Macdonald, Sin and Salvation ... in the Tantras, Calcutta Methodist Publ.  House.]

[Footnote 123:  Brahmanism and Hinduism, pp. 25, 24; Hinduism, p. 39.]

[Footnote 124:  Monier Williams, Brahmanism and Hinduism.]

[Footnote 125:  The [=A]rya Sam[=a][=i], by Rev. Henry Forman.  Allahabad, 1887.]

[Footnote 126:  Religious Reform, Part IV.  Madras C.V.E.S., 1888.]

[Footnote 127:  Religious Reform, Part IV.  Madras C.V.E.S., 1888.]

[Footnote 128:  K.S.  Macdonald, Sin and Salvation ... in the Tantras.  Calcutta Methodist Publ.  House.]

[Footnote 129:  Monier Williams, Brahmanism and Hinduism, p. 63.]

[Footnote 130:  Monier Williams, Brahmanism and Hinduism, Chap.  V.]

[Footnote 131:  Max Mueller, Ranuikrishna Paramahansa, p. viii.]

[Footnote 132:  A.H.  Clough.  Quoted by Lord Curzon at Simla, September 1905.]

INDEX

Absorption into Deity, 153, 223, 226, 230.

Agnosticism, 183.

Agra, 2, 67, 82.

Ahmad, Mirza Gholam, of Qadian, 202-4, 210.

Ahmad, Sir Syed, 146.

Akbar, 13, 95.

Allah, 3, 207.

Allahabad, 13.

Ammonius, the Neo-Platonist, 208-9.

Anglo-Indians, viii, 51-2, 67, 88, 89, 91, 100, 101, 105, 114, 123, 124, 160.

Anti-British feeling, ix, xi, 88-95, 101, 137, 144-5, 190, 192, 240.

Anti—­Christian feeling, 137, 191-2, 241.

Anti-foreign feeling, 128, 191-2, 240. See Indian bias.

Army. See British soldiers.

[=A]rya Sam[=a]j, 30, 36, 46, 56-7, 64, 122, 132-40, 143-5, 149, 169, 172, 181-2, 210, 228-9, 241-2, 250-2.

Aryans, 32, 70, 78, 134, 139, 156

Ascetics, 12, 47-9, 107, 157, 184, 219, 249, 255.

Asoka. 77-8.

Assam, 35, 214, 265.

Aurangzeb, 3, 14, 77.

Avatars (descents or incarnations), 184-8, 200, 211.

Avidya (ignorance). See Delusion.

Awakening, Intellectual, 19, 76, 118. See New.

Banerjea, K.M., 46, 94, 188-9.

Banyan tree, 12-3.

Baroda, 26, 35, 54, 58.

Beef, 18, 136.

Benares, 3, 13, 54, 132, 142, 246.

Benares, Hindu College, 25, 142-3, 155, 173, 182, 234-5.

Bengal, v, 8-9, 35-6, 47-8, 54, 60, 64, 69, 75, 81-2, 84, 106, 127, 129, 130, 138, 145, 163, 168, 178, 191, 194-5, 198-9, 218, 230-1, 250, 267.

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