Master of Arts Thesis Summary Part 1: (Instituto Bhaktivedanta de Ciencias y Humanidades) The Classic Literature of India-Antiquity of the Srîmad-Bhâgavatam-or Bhâgavata-Purâna
Dr Arganis-Juárez in this part-summary encapsulates the competing paradigms put forward by Indologists and experts of all shades and scholarly work in trying to authentically establish how ancient the Srîmad-Bhâgavatam is. His evaluation provides a sound base from which one can accept that the Srîmad-Bhâgavatam and its concept of the four ages comes from a time previous to the Ice Age, when it is believed that man migrated from Asia to the Americas.
The publication of the Thesis Summary in two parts is in accordance with the author’s wish and is different to other versions published elsewhere in the matter of style, peer review and textual reliability. For example, on our page 13, it reads: “This means there is no hard evidence to prove that the Greeks had such an influence on Indian culture.” In the others, you will read “[…] there is no hard evidence to prove that the Greeks had such an influence on Greek culture.”
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|Antiquity of the Srîmad-Bhâgavatam or Bhâgavata-Purâna, from the classic literature of India||The Classic Literature of India|
|Horacio Francisco Arganis-Juárez||458-485|
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