Why do separate cults develop in Hinduism
Do Hindus and Buddhists Know a Just War?
Just War - Just Peace pp 319-328 | Cite as
how a representation scheme of imperial rule and warfare emerged since Ashoka, which lasted almost a thousand years, and how this scheme has been replaced by a Hindu scheme based on the worship of regional gods since the eighth century,
how war was waged under these religious and political framework conditions and what, under these framework conditions, was not considered a just war, but an appropriate, befitting and purposeful war, and
which is why this theory and practice of Dharma-compliant war against a new aggressor, Islam, failed.
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