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Dayānand(a) Sarasvatī

(1824—1883)

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Ārya Samāj

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A society founded in Bombay in 1875 by Dayānanda Sarasvatī to promote his version of reformed Hinduism. Through it he advocated what he saw as a return to a pure, Veda-based,...

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sanātana dharma

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An term first used (in a non-specific sense) by reformers, such as Dayānand(a) Sarasvatī, in reaction to Christian criticisms of Hindu practices, to evoke what they regarded as true...

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