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Exploring Hindu Worldviews

Each term we publish a primary and a secondary curriculum publication. These are included in all NATRE membership packages and are also sold as stand alone publications available through the catalogue and webshop.

Exploring non-religious worldviews: This 9 volume series will offer 7 books looking at specific religious and non-religious worldviews and 2 books with a more general focus on big ideas and celebrations. As with all religious worldviews there is great diversity amongst the non-religious.

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Exploring Hindu worldviews

This volume provides knowledge-rich substantive content about Hindu weddings, festivals such as Holi, Raksha Bandhan and Ganesha Charturthi, Ganesha Murtis, inspirational figures and the understanding and impact of the concept of ahimsa.

Younger pupils can explore Holi and Raksha Bandhan actively through photographs and stories. Marriage is a significant rite of passage and images from ‘Auntie Anita’s’ wedding make an excellent photo album, available to members as an ebook with flippable pages. The importance of Ganesha to Hindu devotees is investigated through stories and a festival. Inspiring figures Jalaram Bapa and his wife Virbai, are shared, with an example of a mandir that honours this guru. Finally the key concept of ahimsa is unpacked through philosophy, thoughts of young Hindus, and two charity case studies. 

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Previous books from this series include:

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BQiC series

The existing termly curriculum series from RE Today are part of a wider programme called Big Questions in Classrooms. Each of the books in the primary series will have a multidisciplinary element providing two different disciplines through which pupils will study the theme of the book.

This publication series was made possible through the support of a grant from Templeton World Charity Foundation, Inc. The opinions expressed in this publication series are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of Templeton World Charity Foundation, Inc.

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