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Hindu Culture has evolved over thousands of years. Culture is not civilization for Indians. The three Vedas (Rik, Yajus, Sam) were called Trayividya, the three-fold science. The experiences described therein were real in the most fundamental sense. Perhaps no people in history have been as truthful as the ancient Aryans; and what they have left on record has to be taken seriously and not as the superstitions delusions of an unscientific age. This innate truthfulness has been the most characteristic feature of Hindu culture through the ages. The Purusha was considered potentially divine, and the Superme Person residing in the body was deemed the recipient of all Yajnas. The culture of the individual consisted in realizing the four-fold objective of this Purusha, i.e., Dharma, Arth, Kama, Moksha. This present book has been designed to study the various facets of Hindu culture in this context. Grouped into 25 chapters, the study reflects the deeper insights of Hindu culture, the very core of it which has virtually sustained the glory of the nation for millions of years. Each one the chapter incorporated in this book has been compiled from different writers of repute and duly edited for the convenience of the reader. Printed Pages: 288.