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" Moreover, it is of great importance to bear in mind, that, as a man can hardly be better than his religion, the nature of the Hindu partakes of the supposed nature of the gods whom he worships. And what is that nature? According to the traditions handed... "
The Sacred City of the Hindus: An Account of Benares in Ancient and Modern Times - Page 41
by Matthew Atmore Sherring - 1868 - 388 pages
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The Christian Witness and Congregational Magazine, Volume 4

1868
...with all the ardour of religious frenzy. Moreover, it is of great importance to bear in mind, that the nature of the Hindu partakes of the supposed nature...the gods whom he worships. And what is that nature ? It is vile • and abominable to the last degree; so that the poor idolater, under its influence,...
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The Missionary Magazine, Volume 49

1869
...devotee; for he loves idolatry, together with its superstitions and ceremonies, with all the ardor of religious frenzy. Moreover, it is of great importance...partakes of the supposed nature of the gods whom he woritnips. And what is that nature ? According to the traditions handed about amongst the natives and...
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Indian pictures, Volume 298

William Urwick - 1881
...to speak, the air he breathes. It is the food of his soul. He is subdued, enslaved, befooled by it. The nature of the Hindu partakes of the supposed nature...songs — which perhaps would be sufficient proof — yet more especially according to the numberless statements and narratives found in their sacred...
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India, Past and Present, Volume 2

C. H. Forbes-Lindsay - 1903
...idolatry is as " the air he breathes. It is the food of his soul. He is subdued, enslaved, befooled by it. The nature of the Hindu partakes of the supposed nature...nature ? According to the traditions handed about among the natives, and constantly dwelt upon in their conversation, and referred to in their popular...
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"The Heathen in His Blindness"--: Asia, the West, and the Dynamic of Religion

S. N. Balagangadhara - 1994 - 563 pages
...to speak, the air he breathes. It is the food of his soul. He is subdued, enslaved, befooled by it. The nature of the Hindu partakes of the supposed nature...the traditions handed about amongst the natives, and constandy dwelt upon in their conversation, and referred to in their popular songs - which perhaps...
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