|1999 Parliament of the World's Religions||
1999 Parliament of the World's Religions
|Indian Opinion No. 27-30 Vol. 38 Friday, 5th - 26th July 1940||
Indian Opinion No. 27-30 Vol. 38 Friday, 5th - 26th July 1940
|Rev. Roelf Meyer||
Newspaper articles on Rev. Roelf Meyer. Editor of the Christian Institue Journal - 1971
|Newspaper articles on banning of Dr Manas Buthelezi||
PEOPLE of all denominations were at St Mary's Catholic Church, Maritzburg, ,last night
|Indian Pentecostalism: A Hindu Assessment||
This is a significant study with in South Africa's religious and inter-religious context. It is based on empirical research which makes it, from this perspective , one of the rare documents reflecting on the methods used and the consequences of proselytization .
|LANGUAGE IDENTITY MODERNITY: The ARABIC STUDY CIRCLE of Durban||
Shamil Jeppie's book tells a fascinating story about a small but significant Durban-based Muslim organization that grappled with the compatibility between Islam and modernity.
|Samarpan Pandit Nardev Vedalankar. Veda Jyoti Souvenir Brochure, Nov 1988||
This issue of Ved Jyoti is dedicated to its founder, Pandit Nardev Vedalankar, on the occasion of his 75th birthday. His work in the community has been outstanding, earning the appreciation of everyone involved in our religious and cultural organizations.
|Festival of India 89||
Festival of India 89
|A CATECHISM OF THE ELEMENTARY TEACHINGS OF HINDUISM|
|MODES OF WORSHIP AMONG TAMIL PEOPLE IN .... SOUTH. AFRICA||
The present writer's interest in the Tamil community stems from his lone-standing interest in the Hindu religion, more particularly in its practice among Hindus in South Africa. With the division of the Hindu community of South Africa into four language groups, viz.
|RELIGIOUS AWAKENING IN SOUTH AFRICA||
RELIGIOUS AWAKENING IN SOUTH AFRICA
|Veda Jyoti - No.1-39||
Om bhur bhuvah swah. Tatsavitur varenyam; bhargo davasya dhimahi. Dhiyo yo nah
|Surat Hindoo Association||
THE forefathers of the Surat Hindus of South Africa came to this country as free passengers towards the end of the nineteenth century. Most of them did not bring their families with them so they lived a single life. They used to visit the mother-country every three or four years.
|South African Hindu Maha Saba : 70th anniversary and National Hindu convention.||
SOUTH AFRICAN HINDU MAHA SABHA DURBAN
|Sanathan Dhama Convention||
BRIEF HISTORY of SHREE SANTHAN DHARMA SABHA
|Kathiawad Hindu Samaj(Natal)||
SOME seventy-five years ago, a small band of intrepid men, born of the hardy soil of that small corner of India, known as Kathiawad, re-named Saurashtra and now forming part of the new State of Gujarat, came to the shores of South Africa.
|Arya Samaj and Indians abroad||
Arya Samaj Centenary Publications
|The Hindus of South Africa||
The Hindus constitute the largest religious group of the Indian population of South Africa, being a little over sixty per cent The other forty per cent. is made up of Moslems, Christians and Buddhists. The Hindus fall into two major sections and divide into four linguistic groups.
|Alpine road mosque||
Pictire of mosque
|Notes on Rubusana|