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Neo-Vedanta, juga disebut Hindu modernisme,[1] neo-Hinduisme,[2] Global Hinduisme[3] dan Hindu Universalisme,[web 1] adalah istilah yang digunakan oleh sarjana-sarjana modern, utamanya barat, untuk mengkarakteristikan interpretasi Hinduisme yang berkembang pada abad ke-19 dalam menanggapi kolonialisme dan orientalisme barat. Interpretasi Hinduisme modern tersebut berkontribusi terhadap perjuangan kebebasan India dan identitas India sebagai sebuah negara yang modern, toleran dan merdeka.

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  1. ^ Flood 1996, hlm. 258.
  2. ^ King 2002, hlm. 93.
  3. ^ Flood 1996, hlm. 265.

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