Hinduism: Internet Discussion Groups

# Name and Internet Address Description of the Discussion Group
1 HinduNet Forums


Largest Hindu discussion Forum on the Internet covering Scriptures, traditions, temples, inter-faith relationships, Hindu history, art, culture etc.
2 Advaita Vedanta List


List for advaita vedanta as taught by Shri Shankara
3 Advaitin*


Advaitin List is an electronic Spiritual Forum to exchange viewpoints on Shankara's Advaita Philosophy.   Advaita is based on Vedas, the Upanishads,   the Bhagavad Gita, and the Brahmasutras.  
4 Bhakti List*


The Bhakti List is dedicated to discussing Vedanta, particularly as systemized by the Indian philosopher Ramanuja (1017-1137 AD). This religious tradition is known by various names, including Sri Vaishnavam, Visishtadvaita, and Ubhaya Vedanta.
5 Dvaita List


Teachings of Vedas and Vedanta according to the interpretation of Sri Madhvacharya, the pre-eminent teacher of Dvaita Vedanta.
6 Ramakrishna*


The list is devoted to the life and teachings of Sri Ramakrishna, Swami Vivekananda and the Holy Mother. The List focuses on Hindu teachings of Vedanta and other educational activities
7 Krishna Speaks*


Derives inspiration from the teachings of Sri Prabhupada Bhaktivedanta, the founder of ISKCON.
8 Hindu Reform*


Aim: To reform the Hindu religion by eradicating caste/sectarian consciousness, ushering in gender equality and spreading democracy. To work to make the Hindu traditions amenable to modern changes in order to ensure the relevance of Hinduism in today’s and tommorrow’s world.
9 Hindu Human Rights*


Monitoring and lobbying for Hindu Human rights around the world. Organize protests against violations of Human rights around the world.
10 Hicad*


The mission of this organization is to protect the Hindu religious beliefs, knowledge systems, philosophy, spiritual traditions, and way of life from negative portrayals, misrepresentations, misappropriations, and stereo-typing   by press/media, commercial enterprises, religious or political organizations, public policy makers, authors, writers and the academic world and to provide an informed, balanced, and positive view on Indic traditions.
11 Indian Civilization List*


This is a mailing list intended to exchange ideas about the Civilization of India, that is Bharat.

Focusses on classical India but discussion on contemporary civilization issues also acceptable.

12 IndicTraditions List


It seeks to improve the quality of education about India by challenging stereotypes about Indic traditions and bringing to light their often unrecognized contributions.  
13 Savarikariya Hindutva*


Group understands Hindutva as a rational-humanist outlook of history, culture & religion.

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