The Indian Mystic: Some Thoughts on India's Contribution to Christianity
London, Student Christian Movement Press. 1927. Soft cover. Book, Second Edition (1926). 71, [i] list pp. Introduction-Christus Consummator, The Soul of India, Bhakti or the Way of Devotion, Sannyas or the Way of Renunciation, Yoga or the Way of Discipline, Epilogue-Christus Consummandus. 12mo/18.5cm. Printed wrappers, slightly chipped, signature of R. Sirajid Din on front panel which is loose, signed presentation inscription on half title--"[I?]anula Sarajiddin/a remembrance of/Kinnaird School Jubilee/Feb 22-25 1929/from Emily Kinnaird", some marginal and under lining, otherwise very good. Association copy. The Kinnaird School in Lahore was the oldest girls' school in Pakistan having been founded in 1864. It became the Kinnaird Academy in 1996. The name came from a titled Scottish family which helped support it. Lady Emily Kinnaird appears to have been a person of some substance from a Google reference indicating she called on Gandhi in 1940 to adopt Chistianity. The author, Jack Copley Winslow, wrote a number of books on Christianity in India between 1923 and 1968, one with Verrier Elwin. Very Good.
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Keywords: India Religion Christianity Mysticism Emily Kinnaird School Jubilee Lahore Association Copy