Hinduism Bibliography

Agarwal, Priya. Passage From India: Post 1965 Indian Immigrants and Their Children (Palos Verdes, CA: Yuvati Publications), 1991.

Bhatt, Ami and Sahil Parikh. “Hindu and Jain Youth in America.” Pluralism Project Research, 1993.

Bose, Suhindra. “Indians Barred from American Citizenship,”  Modern Review (Calcutta). 33 (June 1923), 691-5.

Bose, Suhindra. “Vedantists in America,” Modern Review (Calcutta). 47 (March 1930), 309-15.

Bromley, David and Larry Shinn. Krishna Consciousness in the West (Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press), 1989.

Burke, Mary Louise. Swami Vivekananda in America: New Discoveries (Calcutta: Advaita Ashrama), 1966.

Coward, Harold, John R. Hinnells and Raymond Brady Williams, eds. The South Asian Religious Diaspora in Britain, Canada, and the United States (Albany: State University of New York Press), 2000.

Das, Mary. “The  Status of Hindus Regarding American Citizenship,” Modern Review (Calcutta). 41(April 1927), 461-5; 41(August 1927), 191-2.

Dasgupta, Sathi S. On the Trail of an Uncertain Dream: Indian Immigrant Experience in America (New York: AMS Press), 1989.

Dempsey, Corinne G.  The Goddess Lives in Upstate New York: Breaking Convention and Making Home at a North American Hindu Temple (New York: Oxford University Press), 2006.

Doniger, Wendy. The Hindus: An Alternative History (New York: Penguin Books), 2009.

Doniger, Wendy. On Hinduism (Oxford: Oxford University Press), 2014.

Eck, Diana L. Darsan: Seeing the Divine Image in India, 3rd edition (New York: Columbia University Press), 1998.

Eck, Diana L. India: A Sacred Geography (New York: Random House), 2012.

Eck, Diana L. “New Age Hinduism in America,” in Conflicting Images: India and the United States, Nathan and Sulochana Glazer (eds.) (Glenndale, Maryland: Riverdale), 1990.

Fenton, John Y. Transplanting Religious Traditions: Asian Indians in America (New York: Praeger), 1988.

Fisher, Maxine P. The Indians of New York City (New Delhi: Heritage Publishers), 1980.

Flueckiger, Joyce Burkhalter. Everyday Hinduism (Malden: Wiley-Blackwell), 2015.

Forsthoefel, Thomas A., and Cynthia Ann Humes (eds.). Gurus in America (Albany: SUNY Press), 2005.

French, Harold W. The Swan’s Wide Waters: Ramakrishna and Western Culture (Port Washington, NY: Kennikat Press), 1974.

Gandhi, Rajanikant Suresh. Locals and Cosmopolitans of Little India: A Sociological Study of the Indian Community at Minnesota U.S.A. (Bombay, India: Popular Prakashan), 1974.

Gelberg, Steve. “Hindu Communities in New York City.” Pluralism Project Research Notes, 1991.

“Hindu Temple, ‘Just Like India,’ Opens in Queens.” Pranay Gupte. The New York Times. 4 June 1977,  p. 23.

Hallberg, Gerald N. “Bellingham, Washington’s Anti-Hindu Riots” in Journal of the West. 12 (January 1973), 163-75.

Hawley, John Stratton and Vasudha Narayanan (editors). The Life of Hinduism (Berkeley: University of California Press), 2006.

Hay, Stephen N. “Rabindranath Tagore in America,” American Quarterly. 14 (Fall 1962), 439-63.

Hess, Gary R. “The Hindu in America: Immigration and National Policies and India, 1917-1946,” Pacific Historical Review. 38 (February 1969), 59-79.

Hundley, Norris, ed. The Asian American: The Historical Experience (Santa Barbara: Clio Books), 1976.

“Indians in Flushing Blend 2 Cultures.” The New York Times. www.nytimes.com. 18 December 1983. www.nytimes.com/1983/12/18/nyregion/indians-in-flushing-blend-2-cultures.html.

Jackson, Carl T. The Oriental Religions and American Thought: Nineteenth-Century Explorations. Contributions in American Studies, No. 55 (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press), 1981.

Jackson, Carl. Vedanta for the West: The Ramakrishna Movement in the United States (Bloomington: Indiana University Press), 1994.

Jain, Pankaj. Dharma and Ecology of Hindu Communities: Sustenance and Sustainability (Ashgate Publishing: UK), 2011.

Jain, Pankaj. “Cows and Dharmic Ecology: Perspectives from the Hindu ‘Bovine Activists.’” Being for the Other: Ethics and Animal Rights in Literature and Religion, ed. Manish Vyas (New Delhi: Daya Publishing House), 2011.

Jain, Pankaj. “The Dharmic Method to Save the Planet.” Huffington Post. 12 May 2011.

Jain, Pankaj. “Earth, Water, and Dharmic Ecology: Perspectives from the Swadhyaya Practitioners.” Felicitation Volume for Professor T. S. Rukmani, eds. Pratap Penumala and Jonathan Duquette (Jaipur: Rawat Publications), 2011.

Jain, Pankaj. “Bishnoi: An Eco-Theological ‘New Religious Movement’ in the Indian Desert.” Journal of Vaishnava Studies 19.1 (2010).

Jain, Pankaj. “Swadhyaya’s Dharmic Ecology.” Forum on Religion and Ecology Newsletter 4.5 (2010).

Jain, Pankaj. “Dharmic Ecology: Perspectives from the Swadhyaya Practitioners.” Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology 13.3 (2009): 305-320.

Jain, Pankaj. “Indic Traditions and Ecology.” Religious Studies Review, 35.2 (2009): 99-104.

Jensen, Joan M. “Apartheid: Pacific Coast Style” in Pacific Historical Review. 38 (August 1969), 335-40.

Jensen, Joan M. Passage from India: Asian Indians in North America (New Haven: Yale University Press), 1988.

Joshi, Khyati Y. New Roots in America’s Sacred Ground: Religion, Race, and Ethnicity in Indian America (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press),2006.

Kalita, S. Mitra. Suburban Sahibs: Three Immigrant Families and Their Passage From India to America (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press), 2003.

Knott, Kim. A Very Short Introduction (Oxford: Oxford University Press), 2000.

Kurien, Prema.  “Becoming American by Becoming Hindu: Indian Americans Take Their Place at the Multicultural Table,” in Gatherings in Diaspora: Religious Communities and the New Immigration. R. Stephen Warner and Judith G. Wittner (eds.). (Philadelphia: Temple University Press), 1998.

Lessinger, Johanna. From the Ganges to the Hudson: Indian Immigrants in New York City (Boston: Allyn and Bacon), 1995.

Mearns, David J. Shiva’s Other Children: Religion and Social Identity amongst Overseas Indians (Walnut Creek: Sage), 1995.

Muthanna, I. M. People of India in North America: United States, Canada, W. Indies and Fiji. Enlarged Edition (Bangalore: Lotus Printers), 1982.

Narayan, Kirin. “Placing Lives Through Stories: Second-Generation South Asian Americans,” in Everyday Life in South Asia. Diane P. Mines and Sarah Lamb (eds.). (Bloomington: Indiana University Press), 2002.

Narayan, Kirin. “Refractions of the Field at Home: Hindu Holy Men in America in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries.” Cultural Anthropology 8 (1993): 476-509.

Narayanan, Vasudha. Hinduism (Oxford: Oxford University Press), 2004.

Narayanan, Vasudha. “Hinduism in North America Including Emerging Issues,” in Encyclopedia of Women and Religion in North America. Rosemary Skinner Keller and Rosemary Radford Ruether (eds.). (Bloomington: Indiana University Press), 2006.

Narayan, Kirin. “Sacred Land, Sacred Service: Hindu Adaptations to the American Landscape.” A Nation of Religions: the Politics of Pluralism in Multireligious America, Stephen Prothero, ed. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press), 2006.

Peters, Paige. “Siddha Yoga in the U.S.” Pluralism Project Research Notes, 1991.

Prentiss, Karen Pechilis. “The Pattern of Hinduism and Hindu Temple Building in the U.S.” Pluralism Project Research, 1999-2000.

Purkayastha, Bandana.  Negotiating Ethnicity: Second-Generation South Asian Americans Traverse a Transnational World (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press), 2005.

Ramaswamy, Sunita and Sundar. Vedic Heritage Teaching Program, 3 Vols. (Saylorsburg, PA: Arsha Vidya Gurukulam). Date unknown.

Rambachan, Anantanand. The Advaita Worldview: God, World, and Humanity (Albany: SUNY Press), 2006.

“Reconsecration, With Bells, Saffron, and Elephant.” Anne Barnard. The New York Times. www.nytimes.com. 13 July 2009. www.nytimes.com/2009/07/14/nyregion/14temple.html?_r=0.

Richman, Paula (editor). Many Ramayanas: The Diversity of a Narrative Tradition in South Asia (Berkeley: University of California Press), 1991.

Richman, Paula (editor). Questioning Ramayanas: A South Asian Tradition (Berkeley: University of California Press), 2000.

Rochford, E. Burke. Hare Krishna in America (New Jersey: Rutgers University Press), 1985.

Saran, Parmatma, and Edwin Eames (eds.). The New Ethnics: Asian Indians in the United States (New York: Praeger Publishers), 1980.

Saran, Parmatma. The Asian Indian Experience in the United States (Cambridge, Mass.: Schenkman Publishing Co., Inc.), 1985.

Shumaker, Susan. “Hindu Pittsburgh—Temples and Youth Summer Camps.” Pluralism Project Research Notes, 1991.

Shukla, Sandhya Rajendra. India Abroad: Diasporic Cultures of Postwar America and England (Princeton: Princeton University Press), 2003.

Singh Mann, Gurinder, Paul Numrich, and Raymond Williams (co-authors). Buddhists, Hindus, and Sikhs in America: A Short History (Oxford: Oxford University Press), 2007.

Tejomayananda, Swami. Hindu Culture: An Introduction (Piercy, CA: Chinmaya Publications), 1993.

Thomas, Wendell Marshall. Hinduism Invades America (New York: Beacon Press), 1930.

Tucker, Emily M. “The Question of the Second Generation: Indian Americans in Search of an Identity and a Tradition.” Pluralism Project Research, 1993.

Tucker, Emily M. “The Question of the Second Generation: Indian-Americans in Search of an Identity and a Tradition.” A.B. Honors Thesis in Comparative Religion, Harvard College, 1993.

Viswanathan, Ed. Am I a Hindu? The Hinduism Primer (San Francisco: Halo Books), 1992.

Vivekananda, Swami. Raja Yoga (New York: Ramakrishna-Vivekananda Center), 1973.

Vohra-Sahu, Indu. Asian Indian Ethnics in the United States: Selected Research Bibliography. Public administration series—bibliography, P-1439. Monticello, Illinois: Vance Bibliographies), 1984.

Waghorne, Joanne Punzo.  “The Hindu gods in a split-level world: the Sri Siva-Vishnu Temple in suburban Washington, D.C.,” in Robert A. Orsi, ed. Gods of the City: Religion and the American Urban Landscape (Bloomington: Indiana University Press), 1999.

Walters, Donald. The Path: Autobiography of a Western Yogi (Swami Kriyananda). Nevada City: Ananda Publications, 1977.

Williams, Raymond. Religions of Immigrants from India and Pakistan: New Threads in the American Tapestry (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), 1988.

Yogananda, Paramahansa. Autobiography of a Yogi (Los Angeles: Self-Realization Fellowship), 1946.

Yogananda, Paramahansa. Scientific Healing Affirmations (Los Angeles: Self-Realization Fellowship), 1958.