Gurgaon, India, January 07, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Astrid Rosenschon unveils the mysteries of Hinduism and Buddhism and it’s impact on Indian society, in her well researched book - "Hinduism and Buddhism, an outsider’s view on religions of India," published by Zorba Publishers. Now available worldwide, both as an ebook and paperback on Amazon and on other online stores.
Astrid Rosenschon traces the roots of the two religion Hinduism and Buddhism and how it has impacted and shaped Indian society. She has visited numerous countries in the world but India has fascinated and puzzled her because in no other country is religion so omnipresent. Religion has laid its stamp on all areas of an Individuals life.
She covers a wide spectrum of topics, Majors ones being
1 – Problem statement
2 – The relative significance of the Indian religions
3 – Historical roots of the Indian religions
4 – Basic elements of Hinduism
5 – Criticism of Buddha on Brahmanism as precursor of Hinduism and its weaknesses
6 – Jainism
7 – The religion of Sikhs
8 – Hinduism in the light of modern knowledge
9 – Concluding thoughts
Astrid Rosenschon was born in 1951 in Bayreuth (Franconia, Bavaria, Germany. From 1970 onwards she studied economics at the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen/Nuernberg. She became an assistant at the Chair of Public Finance of Professor Horst Claus Recktenwald at this university. In 1979 she obtained her doctorate with the grade “summa cum laude”. Since 1985 Astrid Rosenschon is working in an internationally renowned research institution.