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Sufi Saints of Indus Valley By Munawar Arbab
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The Indus Valley consisted of what is now mainly Pakistan, and its civilization existed to the early to 3300–1300 BC. It can be comparable to the civilizations to that of Egypt and Peru. This... More > book introduces selectively 32 great Sufi Saints of Indus Valley giving in details their life profile, spiritual work and anecdotes which is an illustrative mystical message. I have also briefly covered 56 globally World known Sufis so that readers may also know about them. The purpose of writing the book is that people may know the message of mystic saints of Indus Valley and their impact on any society. The readers will understand the importance and depth of their mystical message. For Sufis there are no differences, there is no world, there is no praise. By reading the background of Sufis in this book, the reader would derive pleasure and satisfaction by knowing their spiritual works and mystical achievements with their Creator.< Less
Indus Valley Civilisation Assembly (Class Play) By Sue Russell
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Indus Valley play for Primary School children, based on Key Stage 2 History QCA documents. Suitable for class assembly or class performance within classroom. Could also be used by drama groups.
A River Through Time: A Pilgrimage into Ancient India By Caroline P Swain
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A novel covering four thousand years of history of India, following the journeys of the lives of its characters through successive generations, along the course of a river which nurtured a... More > civilisation< Less
Dholavira & Lothal, Gujarat, India By Ajay Jain
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When you stand at Dholavira or Lothal in Gujarat in India, you realize people existed at least 5,000 years ago. On the very spot where you see the remains of what may have been very vibrant and rich... More > cities in the 3rd Millennium B.C. Don’t let your imagination wander too much though, it can cause vertigo. These are amongst the largest and most prominent archaeological sites in India belonging to the Indus Valley Civilization. Other important urban centres included Harappa, Mohenjodaro, Ganeriwala, Rakhigarhi, Kalibangan and Rupar. * Download the e-book on Dholavira and Lothal to know more. * ** For the complete collection of books and e-books by Kunzum, visit http://kunzum.com/books. Contact us at wetravel@kunzum.com.**< Less
Anunnaki - The Greatest Story Never Told By chris deggs
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Over 400000 years ago alien homosaurs invade the Earth to mine for gold. Their planet is suffering the effects of extreme global warming. They need to gold to create a heat shield in their... More > atmosphere. They create create human hybrid slave workers for their mines. But all does not go well. rivalry between two royal houses creates conflict that leads to devastating wars.< Less
Indian Philosophy and Philosophical Schools By Students' Academy
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Ancient Indian scriptures are said to be the first books which paved the way to the modern scientific world. Many great philosophers of the present world are highly inspired by the Indian Philosophic... More > thought. Indus Valley Civilization is said to be the oldest civilization in this world, so the philosophical thoughts dating back to more than four thousand years have a lot to offer to the modern world. This book will acquaint you with the Indian Philosophical schools, Indian Philosophic and Religious thought, and various other aspects of social life that is led by the strict philosophical rules.< Less
Incredible connection. The Unlikely Entaglement of Yoga, Harappa and Eastern Island By Janusz Meyerhoff
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What do Yoga - a profound spiritual system or a series of physical exercises, the Harapa, or Indus Valley Civilization, a civilization, worlds apart from all other societies, and Easter Island (Rapa... More > Nui), a tiny speck in the enormous Pacific Ocean all have in common? Separated over four thousand years and thousands of kilometers, yet they all share a very peculiar and unique connection.< Less
Incredible Connection: The Unlikely Entanglement of Yoga, Harappa and Eastern Island. By Janusz Meyerhoff
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What do Yoga - a profound spiritual system or a series of physical exercises, the Harappa, or Indus Valley Civilization, a civilization, worlds apart from all other societies, and Easter Island (Rapa... More > Nui), a tiny speck in the enormous Pacific Ocean all have in common? Separated over four thousand years and thousands of kilometers, yet they all share a very peculiar and unique connection.< Less
India Traveller: Gujarat the Promising State By Sunita Publications
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Gujarat is, economically, one of the fastest growing states in India. Its capital is Gandhinagar, while its largest city is Ahmedabad. Gujarat is home to the Gujarati-speaking people of India. The... More > state encompasses major sites of the ancient Indus Valley Civilization, such as Lothal and Dholavira. Gujarat played an important role in the economic history of India throughout the history of India. It has been the location of major ports on the Indian Ocean in both ancient and modern history, leading it to become one of the main trade and commerce centers of India. Lothal, one of the world's first ports, is located in Gujarat. Mohandas Gandhi, considered India's "father of the nation", was a Gujarati who led the Indian Independence Movement against the British colonial rule. Even today, Gujarat has one of the fastest growing economies in India< Less
The Sons of Sa-Nanda Study Book Four, The Ancient & Mystic Order of Iu-em-Hetep, Jesus Christ Jesus in Kemet By Faheem Judah-El Tjeti
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This is study book four of The Sons of Sa-Nanada, the Ancient & Mystic Order of Iu-em-hetep, Jesus Christ. Question: where did the Roman’s Christian deity originate? Answer: good... More > question, the Roman’s first worshiped a deity called Mithra. Mithra was an adaptation of the ancient Egyptian (Kemetian) deity Ra: hence Mith-Ra. Mithra was originally worshiped by the ancestors of the Persians when they were still united with the Dravidians of the Indus Valley. The Dravidians were already worshippers of Mithra. The hymns of the Vedas and Avesta celebrated the name of Mithra, and despite the differences between the two theological systems, the Vedic Mitra and the Persian Mithra have preserved the original Egyptian (Kemetian) origin of the Creative Force of Creation which is Ra. Both spiritual systems saw Mithra as a god of light, invoked together with Heaven, also known as Varuna by the Dravidians, and Ahura by the Persians; his main attribute was Protector of Truth, and the Antagonist of Falsehood and Lies.< Less