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" He appointed to each tribe its own faith, and to every sect its own religion ; and having introduced a numerous variety of castes, and a multiplicity of different customs, He views in each particular place the mode of worship respectively appointed to... "
Translation of the Letters of a Hindoo Rajah: Written Previous To, and ... - Sivu xx
tekijä(t) Elizabeth Hamilton - 1796 - 343 sivua
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The Universal Magazine, Nide 99

1796
...varieties of created things are a ray of his glorious eiTence, and that the contrarieties of conftitudons are types of his wonderful attributes. He appointed to each tribe its own faith,' and to every fed its own religion, and views, in each particular place, the mode of wprfhip refpeitively appointed...

Translation of the letters of a Hindoo Rajah: ... to which is ..., Nide 1

Elizabeth Hamilton - 1811
...of created things are a ray of " his glorious essence, and that the con" trarieties of constitutions are types of " his wonderful attributes. He appointed...every " sect its" own religion, and views, in each * See Crawford's Sketches. " particular place, the mode of worship re" spectively appointed it. Sometimes...

Illustrations to Oriental Memoirs, Nide 2

James Forbes - 1834
...when he had put into his hand the free control and arbitrary disposal of all affairs, he appropriated to each tribe its own faith, and to every sect its own religion ; and having introduced a numerous variety of castes, and a multiplicity of different customs, he views in...

Oriental Memoirs: A Narrative of Seventeen Years Residence in India, Nide 2

James Forbes - 1834
...when he had put into his hand the free control and arbitrary disposal of all affairs, he appropriated to each tribe its own faith, and to every sect its own religion ; and having introduced a numerous variety of castes, and a multiplicity of different customs, he views in...

Missions the chief end of the Christian Church

Alexander Duff - 1839 - 171 sivua
...manifested in the contrarieties of religion and diversities of belief." " Having," continue they, " appointed to each tribe its own faith, and to every sect its own religion ; and having introduced a numerous variety of castes, and a multiplicity of different customs, he views with...

Missions the chief end of the Christian Church

Alexander Duff - 1839 - 171 sivua
...in the contrarieties of religion and diversities of belief." " Having," continue they, " ap pointed to each tribe its own faith, and to every sect its own religion ; and having introduced a numerous variety of castes, and a multiplicity of different customs, he views with...

The Land of the Permauls: Or Cochin, Its Past and Its Present

Francis Day - 1863 - 578 sivua
...when he had placed in his hands the controul and arbitrary disposal of all affairs, he appropriated to each tribe its own faith, and to every sect its own religion. Having introduced a variety of castes, and diversity of customs, he views in each different place,...

Tradition and Reflection: Explorations in Indian Thought

Wilhelm Halbfass - 1991 - 425 sivua
...created things are a ray of his glorious essence, and that the contrarieties of constitution are a type of his wonderful attributes. . . . He appointed to...its own faith, and to every sect its own religion. . . . He views in each particular place the mode of worship respectively appointed to it; sometimes...
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Religious Nationalism: Hindus and Muslims in India

Peter van der Veer - 1994 - 247 sivua
...created things are a ray of his glorious essence, and that the contrarieties of constitution are a type of his wonderful attributes. ... He appointed to each...its own faith, and to every sect its own religion. . . . He views in each particular place the mode of worship respectively appointed to it; sometimes...
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Representing India: Indian Culture and Imperial Control in ..., Nide 5

Michael J. Franklin - 2000 - 1800 sivua
...World ; and, when he had put into his hand the free Control and arbitrary Difpofal of all Affairs, He appointed to each Tribe its own Faith, and to every Sect its own Religion; and having introduced a numerous Variety of Cafts, and a Multiplicity of different Cuftoms, He views in...
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