- adj. Of or pertaining to Hinduism.
“I find very strange Rev. Moon's plan to die with his wife as she is younger than he is and in perfect health: It seems very Hinduistic; like the tradition of the wife throwing herself on her dead husbands funeral pyre in India.”
“The purchasing price for oxen teams in Nepal and India, where the consumption of beef is forbidden according to the Hinduistic religion, is very low in comparison to other Asian countries (table D 3).”
“Hinduistic, law-codes condemn all intoxicating liquors except in religious service.”
“Of Buddhistic, Brahmanic, and Hinduistic reciprocity we have spoken already, but we may add one curious fact, namely, that the Buddhism of Çivaism is marked by its holy numbers.”
“Hinduistic, had as fragile virtue as have other folks, and shows the same tentative efforts to become purer as those which characterize every national advance.”
“Hinduistic effeminacy substituted for an older manly thinking.”
“In the Northeast of India many tribes worship only mountains, rivers, and Manes, again a trait both Vedic and Hinduistic, but not necessarily borrowed.”
“Hinduistic, a belief in an ecstatic power in man which gives him control over supernatural forces.”
“The miraculous legends with which the life of Buddha was gradually invested, the almost idolatrous worship paid to him, the belief that he himself was but the last of many incarnations in which the Buddha had already revealed himself from the very beginning of creation -- all these later accretions represent, no doubt, the reaction upon Buddhism of its Hinduistic surroundings.”
“Like most religions of ancient societies, their's was in complete control of society similar to Orthodoxy in Kiev or Hinduistic gurus.”
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