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Introduction

  • Alon Goshen-Gottstein
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Part of the Interreligious Studies in Theory and Practice book series (INSTTP)

Abstract

Jews and Hindus are closer to each other now than ever before, and their relationship is worthy not only of description but also of reflection. This may be the most succinct summary of the present work. It describes a relationship that many are not aware of and in so doing seeks to state what is at stake in that relationship. I argue that this is a relationship that is not only interesting but also one that has great vitality and the potential for transformation of both communities, though the present work is written from a Jewish perspective.

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Notes

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    The State of the Art of Hindu-Jewish Dialogue, Indo-Judaic Studies in the Twenty-First Century, ed. Nathan Katz et al., Palgrave Macmillan, New York, 2007, pp. 113–126.Google Scholar

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