Hindu Aur Hindustan
Statements by World thinkers towards Hinduism:
Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) - American Philosopher
- Hindu customs show how food and drinks, marriage rituals and rules, and rules of thinking towards purity, etc. Whatever goes on in the Hindu society, it is disdained and does not compromise with the subtle assumptions.
Walt Witman (1819-1892) - American Poet
- He considers India as the place of God's living, according to which India's soil is a peace center where man gets peace. He considers India as a spiritual guru, who has taught the art of living to the world.
William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) - Ireland Poet
- This poet of Ireland was very impressed after reading the book Gitanjali by Rabindranath Thakur. He had approved Ravindranath Thakur to get the Nobel Prize in 1912, from which all the scholars around the globe were made aware of India's scholarship and knowledge.
Albert Einstein (1879-1955) - German-born Scientist
- I understand that the Hindus have achieved the levels with their intellect and awareness which the Jews could not do. In Hinduism itself, it is the power which can lead to the establishment of peace.
Bertrand Russel (1872-1970) - British Noble Laureate
- I read about Hinduism and took the knowledge as it is to become a religion of the whole world and all humanity.
Johann Goethe (1749-1832) - German Poet
- All of us would have to accept Hinduism now or later. It is a real religion; I would not mind if someone calls me a Hindu. I will accept this right thing.
George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) - Ireland Play Writer
- The whole world will accept the Hindu religion one day. The West will accept Hindutva one day and Hindus will be the religion of those who have studied in the world.
- Paperback: 114 pages
- Publisher: White Falcon Publishing ; 1 edition (2019)
- Author: Vishwamitter Bhandari
- ISBN-13: 9789389085808
- Product Dimensions: 13.9 x 1 x 21.5 cm
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