Devi Spring - The Emerging Indo Pagans (copyrighted book, review only)

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IndoPagan. You may have never heard the term before, but among a growing number of people, this name describes their spiritual path. It is a path that blends the Western tradition of NeoPaganism with Eastern traditions of South Asian origin, most commonly with Hinduism. Up until fairly recently the bulk of those following an IndoPagan path believed themselves to be alone. But as knowledge of this combined-tradition path spreads, its practitioners are beginning to meet one another -- and even form nascent communities. This is... More >>>
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Author:      Devi Spring
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IndoPagan. You may have never heard the term before, but among a growing number of people, this name describes their spiritual path. It is a path that blends the Western tradition of NeoPaganism with Eastern traditions of South Asian origin, most commonly with Hinduism. Up until fairly recently the bulk of those following an IndoPagan path believed themselves to be alone. But as knowledge of this combined-tradition path spreads, its practitioners are beginning to meet one another -- and even form nascent communities. This is our story.