Hindu Temples in Sri Lanka

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Hinduism a Scientific Religion: & Some Temples in Sri Lanka (Englisch)
Gebundenes Buch – 1. Oktober 2012
von Pon Kulendiren (Autor)
Gebundene Ausgabe: 212 Seiten

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Gebundenes Buch 26,99 €
Taschenbuch 18,63 €

Foreword
Preface
1 Origin of Hinduism
2 Designs of the Hindu Temple
3 The Energy in a Hindu Temple
4 Yantras an Chakras
5 Mantras & Sound Energy
6 Nature & Hinduism
7 The Solar System & Hinduism
8 Relativity and Time Dilation
9 Idols in Hinduism
10 Rituals & Science
11 Ganapathy worship & the Tempels for Ganapathy
12 Shivalinga Worship
13 The Cosmos, Sakthi in Hinduism
14 Murugan Worwhip & Temples
15 Vishnu Worship
16 Kannagi Amman (Pathini) Worshio
17 Guardian deities in Sri Lanka

The book covers the five Ishwarams temples of Shiva, Sakthi, Karthigeya, Vishnu, Kannagi in Sri Lanka, worshipped by Hindus and Buddhists. Hinduism had its origin in the Indus valley civilization. The word Hindu is derived from the Indus river and dates back to over 5,000 years or more. This book also touches the link between the Hinduism and Buddhism. Kannagi (Pathini) and her worship by Sri Lankan Tamils and Singhalese is also explained in the book.

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THE HINDU TEMPLES IN SRI LANKA: (The History and Legends) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 12. August 2017
von Pon Kulendiren (Autor)
Taschenbuch: 131 Seiten

Taschenbuch 5,45 €

Preface
From the Pen of the writer
Charters
1 Hinduism in Sri Lanka
2 Ganapathy worship & Temples
3 Shiva Linga worship & Five Siva Ishwarams
4 Sakthi worship & Temples
5 Murugan (Karthikeya) worship & Temples
6 Kannagi (Pathini) worship & Temples
7 Vishnu worship & Temples
8 Guardian Deities in Sri Lanka & Temples
9 Temples constructed by South Indian Kings
10 The Destruction of Hindu Temples

The majority Buddhist Sinhalese community in Sri Lanka too worship at Hindu temples as they béliève that Buddha was an incarnation of Vishnu. South Indian Chola dynasty when it invaded and ruled Sri Lanka it built many Shiva temples. In addition to Shiva worship , Ganapathy,Sakthi Pathini, Murugan, Vishnu and other village deities worship prevails in the Island. This book deals with the heritage of these temples, destruction caused and the legendary stories connected with them. it. This book Is a continuation of the Book tilde " Hinduism & Science"

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Ich überlege noch ... wäre eine gute Gelegenheit den Übersetzer auf dem neuen Kindle zu probieren :lesen:
 
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Hundret Hindu Temples of Sri Lanka
Ancient Medieval and Modern
Sammugam Arumugam


Edited by: Thirumugam Arumugam


Contents Seite 003 ... Seite 018

Section 1: Vinayakar Temple
Temple 01 ... Temple 20 ... Seite 019 ... Seite 062

Section 2: Sivan Kovils
Temple 21 ... Temple 44 ... Seite 063 ... Seite 109
Ancient Sivan Temples now-non-extant
Temple 45 ... Temple 53 ... Seite 110 ... Seite 126

Section 3: Murugan Temples
Temple 54 ... Temple 69 ... Seite 127 ... Seite 158

Section 4: Vishnu Temples
Temple 70 ... Temple 78 ... Seite 159 ... Seite 179

Section 5: Sakthi Temples
Temple 79 ... Temple 79 ... Seite 180 ... Seite 181

Ambai Kovils
Temple 80 ... Temple 84 ... Seite 182 ... Seite 190

Durga Devi Kovils
Temple 85 ... Temple 85 ... Seite 191 ... Seite 194

Kali Amman Kovils
Seite 195 ... Seite 195

Kali Devi Temples
Temple 86 ... Temple 90 ... Seite 196 ... Seite 204

Muthumari Amman Kovils
Temple 91 ... Temple 98 ... Seite 205 ... Seite 217

Draupathi Amman Shrinew
Temple 99 ... Temple 100 ... Seite 218 ... Seite 220

Other Amman Kovils
Temple 101 ... Temple 102 ... Seite 221 ... Seite 224

Section 6: Other Temples
Temple 103 ... Temple 104 ... Seite 225 ... Seite 230

Appendix: Celebrated Patronage of Hindu Temples
Seite 231 ... Seite 235

Glossary Seite 236 ... Seite 237
 
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Hundret Hindu Temples of Sri Lanka
Ancient Medieval and Modern
Sammugam Arumugam


Edited by: Thirumugam Arumugam
This book is a combined revised reprint of two books by the late Sanmugam Arumugam. The two books are Ancient Hindu Temples of Sri Lanka, Second Edition 1982, and More Hindu Temples of Sri Lanka, 1991. These two books have long been out of print. Ancient Hindu Temples describes 52 Temples, including the oldest Hindu Temple still existing in Sri Lanka which is Siva Devale No. 2 in Polonnaruva. More Hindu Temples goes on to describe 54 additional temples, some ancient and some relatively recent. Many of the temples are illustrated by photographs. The contents of both of the above books have been merged in this single Volume.

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In 1980, Sanmugam Arumugam (1905 - 2000) wrote a book titled ‘Ancient Hindu Temples of Sri Lanka’. There was a good demand for the book and a second revised edition was published in 1982. This second edition had two additional maps giving the locations of the temples and an Appendix giving details of the original Patrons of the temples. A Glossary of Tamil terms relating to temples was also included.

Encouraged by the warm reception accorded to the book, Sanmugam Arumugam wrote a second book which was published in 1991. It was titled ‘More Hindu Temples of Sri Lanka’. The book gave details of additional ancient, medieval and modern Hindu Temples in Sri Lanka. Together, these two books contain details of over 100 Hindu Temples in Sri Lanka.

These two books have been out of print for quite a while, but there appears to be a continuing and growing interest in the subject. It was therefore considered worthwhile reprinting the two books, merging the contents of the two books into a single volume. The texts of the two books were written twenty-five to thirty-five years ago, so it is possible that some of the temples described have new buildings constructed in them since the text was written.

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Hundred Hindu Temples of Sri Lanka:
Ancient, Medieval and Modern (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 14. Juli 2014
von Mr Sanmugam Arumugam (Autor)

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Taschenbuch 12,84 €

Taschenbuch: 240 Seiten
Verlag: Ohm Books (14. Juli 2014)
Sprache: Englisch

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Sanmugam Arumugam

Sanmugam Arumugam, B.Sc.(Lond.), B.Sc.(Eng.), F.I.C.E.,F.I.E., was born in 1905, in Jaffna, Sri Lanka. Graduating in Engineering from King’s College, London, he was an Irrigation Engineer for over thirty years. Ruins of many historic sites and ancient temples were visited when he had to visit irrigation works for restoration.

On retirement he wrote about Hindu Temples. He made a tour visiting the Hindu Monuments of ancient Java, and Hindu Agamic Temples of Bali and Lombok.

He passed away in 2000.

His other works: ‘Lord of Thiruketheeswaram’, ‘Koneswaram’, ‘Lombok and Its Temples’, ‘Stone Sculptures in Colombo Hindu Temples’ and ‘Dictionary of Biography of the Tamils of Ceylon’.

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Hindu Temples of Sri Lanka Hardcover – 2006
by S.Pathmanathan (Author)


Publisher: Kumaran Book House; First edition (2006)
Language: English

460 pages

Preis: ca. 17 Euro

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Book Review
Hindu temples of Sri Lanka
Edited by Professor S.Pathmanathan

Professor Pathmanathan has packed in this work of over 460 pages vast historical facts of more than 30 centuries.

There are nine contributors to this Volume, consisting of fifteen essays.

Of the fifteen essays that are contained in this Volume eight have been authored by Professor Pathmanathan.

This is a book that should be in the hands of all peoples of the Island.

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Hindu Temples of Sri Lanka Hardcover – 2006
by S.Pathmanathan (Author)
Professor Sivasubramaniam Pathmanathan (born 20 March 1940) is a Sri Lankan Tamil historian, academic, author and current chancellor of the University of Jaffna.

Pathmanathan was born on 20 March 1940 in Araly in northern Ceylon.He is the son of Sivasubramaniam, a teacher at Vaddukoddai Hindu College, and Sivapakkiyam. He was educated at Jaffna College. After school he joined the University of Ceylon, Peradeniya from where he received a BA special degree in history in 1963.

Pathmanathan is a prolific writer — he has written/edited several books and authored dozens of papers.

* The Kingdom of Jaffna, Part 1 (Circa A.D. 1250-1450) (1978, Arul M. Rajendran)

* Hindu Culture in Sri Lanka, Volume 1: Temple Art & Architecture (editor) (Tamil) (2001, Department of Hindu Religious & Cultural Affairs, Sri Lanka)

* Hindu Culture in Sri Lanka, Volume 2: Dances & Paintings (editor) (Tamil) (2002, Department of Hindu Religious & Cultural Affairs, Sri Lanka)

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