The Temple of Hanuman
The Temple of Hanuman is a conversation between Aurangzeb, the Muslim emperor of India, and a mysterious Brahmin boy whose temple Aurangzeb's soliders are demolishing. Allowed to speak freely to Aurangzeb, the boy explains the essential compatibility of dharmic religion with semitic religion, including Islam. Drawing upon Hindu scripture and traditions, The Temple of Hanuman explores the possibility that all religions belong to God and explains how this is conceivable, despite the apparent contradictions between the world's many religions.
- Paperback | 180 pages
- 107.95 x 174.75 x 10.41mm | 199.58g
- 16 Dec 2009
- London, United Kingdom