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Document Type(s):Journal Article
Article/Chapter Title:Bhakti, Ahimsa, and Ecology
Journal Title:Journal of Dharma
Author(s):Klostermaier, Klaus
Religion(s):Hinduism
Date of Publication:1991
Volume:16
Issue:July-September
Pages:246-54
Annotation:Emphasizing the moral and spiritual dimensions of the ecological crisis, Klostermaier proposes that Hindu bhakti (devotion), particularly Vaisnavism, is a potential resource for addressing contemporary environmental problems. He envisions a contemporary ecotheology based on the notion that the world is sacred and a part of divine revelation. He commends the Hare Krishna movement for combining bhakti (devotion), ahimsa (non-killing), and ecology in a promising way.
   
 
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