Two premises are behind this essay of reflections on the experience of immigrants from India as potential participants in Hindu-Christian study and dialogue: First, potential Hindu conversation partners are no longer "over there"; rather, they are in North America. A new form of transnational Hinduism is developing that raises the question about what location (geographical and social) is best for collaborative study and dialogue to take place. Second, in the early days of establishing Hinduism in North America by immigrants, very little dialogue has taken place. Several reflections on that relative silence might provide some understanding that could provide a foundation for future conversation.
Williams, Raymond B.
"Immigrants from India in North America and Hindu-Christian Study and Dialogue,"
Journal of Hindu-Christian Studies:
Vol. 11, Article 7.
Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.7825/2164-6279.1180