Handbook of Hinduism in Europe (2 vols)
BRILL, Jul 27, 2020 - Religion - 1688 pages
The Handbook of Hinduism in Europe portrays and analyses Hindu traditions in every country in Europe. It presents the main Hindu communities, religious groups, forms and teachings present in the continent and shows that Hinduism have become a major religion in Europe.
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