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by K. R. Paramahamsa

  • ISBN: 1590958802
  • Author: K. R. Paramahamsa
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  • Language: English
  • Pages: 232
  • Publisher: TotalRecall Publications; Abridged edition edition (August 1, 2008)
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  • Category: Spirituality
  • Subcategory: Religious Studies
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To the casual reader, any book dealing with the meaning of symbolism in the Rg Veda may seem like a hyper-technical, obscure reading.

To the casual reader, any book dealing with the meaning of symbolism in the Rg Veda may seem like a hyper-technical, obscure reading. On one level, yes it is, insofar as it discusses symbolism in meticulous detail with extensive treatment of specific mantras from the Rg Veda. This book has much to offer the general reader, if not as an intermediate introduction into the meaning of the Rg Veda. The discussion begins with a broad overview of the various methods for interpreting the Rg Veda.

The Symbolism in Rigveda book. Paramahamsa was a retired civil servant in India borne on the Indian Administrative Service

The Symbolism in Rigveda book. Paramahamsa was a retired civil servant in India borne on the Indian Administrative Service.

The Symbolism in Rigved. The hymns present a number of almost insoluble difficulties. Yet these obscure and barbarous compositions have had the most splendid good fortune in all literary history.

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The Paramahamsa Parivrajaka Upanishad (IAST: Sanskrit: परमहम्स परिव्रजक उपनिस्हद्), is a medieval era Sanskrit text and a minor Upanishad of Hinduism. It is one of the 31 Upanishads attached to the Atharvaveda, and classified as one the 19 Sannyasa Upanishads. The text is one of the late additions to the Hindu corpus of Upanishads, dated to the 2nd millennium of the common era, and was probably composed in the 14th or 15th century CE.

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eBook Category: Spiritual/Religion/Self Improvement About the eBook Sri Aurobindo puts the question: 'Is there at all, or is there still the secret of the Veda?' We have in the Rig-veda Samhita, a body of sacrificial hymns couched in a very ancient language. The hymns present a number of almost insoluble difficulties. 'Yet these obscure and barbarous compositions have had the most splendid good fortune in all literary history. They have been the reputed source not only of some of the world's richest and profoundest religions, but of some of its subtlest metaphysical philosophies', in the words of Sri Aurobindo. The Rig-veda is itself the one considerable document that remains to us from the early period of the human thought when the spiritual and psychological knowledge of the human race was concealed in a veil of concrete and material figures and symbols. The reasons why it so happened may now be difficult to determine. One of the leading principles of the Vedic mystics is sacredness, secrecy of self-knowledge and the true knowledge of the gods. For the mystics, this wisdom is unfit, rather dangerous, to the ordinary human mind. It is liable to perversion, misuse and loss of virtue if revealed to vulgar and unpurified spirits. The ritual system recognized by Sayanacarya stands in its externalities. The naturalistic sense discovered by the European scholars, in its general conceptions, may call for acceptance. But behind them is the true and still hidden secret of the Veda, the secret words spoken for the purified in soul and the awakened in knowledge. Sri Aurobindo's book 'The Secret of the Veda' establishes that the Vedic literature is only the precursor to the Vedantic literature the objective of which is to lead the seeker on the path of Truth to Self-realization. This book 'Symbolism in Rigveda' is only an abridged version of 'The Secret of the Veda', Sri Aurobindo Revisited, intended for the benefit of beginners among students of Vedic literature. About the Author K.R. Paramahamsa was a retired civil servant in India borne on the Indian Administrative Service. He has created the website Sri Sathya Sai Veda Pratishtan at www.vedamu.org , a repository of all the Vedic literature available in India in Devanagari and Grantha scripts. Besides, the website hosts 415 hours of Vedic chanting of ten Veda sakhas in different modes in a representative way. He is Adjunct Faculty of the Hindu University of America in Florida. He is now a resident of the Ashram of Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai at Prasanthi Nilayam-515134, India in pursuit of spiritual upliftment.

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