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হিন্দু ডুবিল। ৭ যে হিন্দু সংস্কৃত সাহিত্য (3), ব্যাকরণ (14), জ্যামিতি (5), চোদা মক সন doctrine which India has taught.” (See ls India Civilized 2 by Sir John Woodroff, p. 1g ) (f) The Great German philosopher Schopenhaucr says :—“In the whole world, there is no study except that of the originals, so beneficial and so clevating, as that of the Upanishads. It has been the solace of my life ; it will be the solace of my death,” (৫) “No nation on earth can vie with the Hindus in respect of the antiquity of their civilisation and the antiquity of their religion.” (Theogony of the Hindus.) Vi} “India must have been one of the earliest centres of human civilisation,” (H.R, Hall of the Br. Museum) (1) “Hindus have made a language, a literature anda re igion of rare stateliness.” (Dr. W. W. Hunter.) (7) Dr. Mathenson says :-¢'There is no intellectual truth inthe West which has not its earlier discussion in the East and there is no modern solution of that problem, which will not he found anticipated in the East.” (k) Sir John Woodroff says :—‘The uniqueness of India consists in her religion of eternity. Indian doctrine is not one-sided, but has a time-religion also. The glory of India is that of a high spirituality, a unique genius for grasping and expounding the realities behind the phenomenal world and the innermost meanings of life. (3) Sanskrit language. (a) “Sanskrit is the greatest language in the world.” (Prof, Max-Muller’s Science of Language).