Notes of a mission tour in Ceylon and south India, and in Kattywar and Cutch

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Page 8 - IT is a painful reflection to every benevolent mind, that not a single Hindoo temple, dedicated to the ONE GOD, is to be found in all Hindoost'han ; nor is any act of worship, in any form, addressed by this people to God.
Page 8 - The Rev. J. Bryce admits that " there is every reason to believe that there existed a period in the Hindu history when the Brahma was the sole object of religious adoration." The Rev. Mr. Ward says : " It is true, indeed, that the Hindus believe in the Unity of God. ' One Brahma without a Second ' is a phrase very commonly used by them when conversing on subjects which relate to the nature of God.

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