The study of Hinduism is dominated by brahmanical master narrative. In this essay I suggest alternative ways to study Hinduism. Documenting diverse regional narratives and
extracting Hindu practices from these narratives is a starting
point. In doing so, reliance on fieldwork-based narratives
that provide insight into the different orientations by
avoiding the temptation to subordinate the local and
regional narratives to an overarching master narrative
would help us understand the many aspects and realms of
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