By Edward Carpenter
Originally released in 1911, this version released in 1920, this article contains of an excerpt from Carpenter’s Adam’s top to Elephanta, originally released in 1892, which information his travels in India and Ceylon. This excerpt particularly information his stopover at to a Gñáni, or spiritual clever guy, and what he discovered in their historic wisdom-religion, which might be extra recognisable as Hinduism to a latest reader. This identify might be of curiosity to scholars of sociology, anthropology and spiritual studies.
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