Concordance of Vedic Mantras as per Devata and Rsi' has been prepared to enable the readers and the researchers to carry out comparative studies regarding the seers and their respective visualizations. This concordance is a ready reference to all the deities, and the seers who worked on them along with the mantras revealed to them deity-wise as compiled in the four major Samhitas of the Vedas. This concordance has listed 951 Devatās underlying great laws of the spiritual, astronomical and physical nature visualized by various high spirited Rsis in the beginning of the origin of the human civilization on this globe. The various names of seers enlisted under a particular Devata head also reveal the extensive interest of various seers for the particular field of the research in the beginning of humanity on the Globe. The publication of this concordance also marks the beginning of the rational, scientific and factual translation of ancient-most scientific literature of the world.
Ram Narain Arya is an amateur Vedic scholar and a rain- maker. He has successfully conducted over 140 rain making and anti-rain experiments in various parts of Indian continent ranging from Rann of Katch in Gujrat (for rainmaking) to Agartala, Tripura (for preventing excessive rains) in the past 40 years. The author has extensively travelled the Indian Continent delivering over 200 lectures on Vedas and Yoga and Yajñas. He has also given over dozen radio talks on various subjects comprising Yoga, Yajña and Vedas. The author is the staunch supporter of Vedic way of leading the life.
Dr. Ravi Prakash Arya is a leading Vedic Scholar and a Linguist who is keenly engaged in preserving the ancient Vedic Heritage and culture of India. He is doing a pioneering work in conducting the scientific reappraisal of the Vedic philology, Vedic exegesis and Vedic Sciences under the auspices of 'Indian Foundation of Vedic science' of which he is the founder member. He is associated in various capacities with various National and International academic bodies. He is a widely traveled scholar who has so far delivered more than 100 popular /academic talks, more than a dozen radio and TV tals and interviews in various countries of the world. He has so far produced more than four dozen research papers and around 36 volumes on the various aspects of Vedic learning. The author is also the Editor of a quarterly Journal 'Vedic Science'.
Indian Foundation for Vedic Science has been established with the sole objective of preserving the ancient Vedic heritage and culture of India by way of promoting scientific researches into Vedic philology, exegesis and sciences. The aims and objectives of the foundation are as under
1. To preserve ancient Vedic heritage and culture of India.
2. To unravel the mysteries of the Vedas and the Allied literature.
3. To promote and promulgate the rational and scientific outlook of Vedic seers and scholiasts of ancient India.
4. To conduct research into various aspects of Vedic learning and to seek its relevance to the modern living.
5. To function as a nodal international agency for information about the current status of Vedic research, Vedic research scholars and Institutions and a liaison agency
6. To be a competent body of scholars who can authoritatively proclaim decisions and evaluate research in the field of Vedic philology, Vedic exegesis and Vedic Sciences.
7. To bring together the Vedic scholars who evinced a great deal of interest for:
promotion of Vedic studies on scientific lines and Modem scientists or scholars
interested into Vedic scientific vision to co-ordinate for synthesis of modern scientific
knowledge with the Vedic one so that it may diffuse following the Vedic vision for
upkeep, advancement, safety and development of mankind and not for ecological
crisis, destruction and extinction of mankind.
8. To disseminate the knowledge, information, training scope, for advanced research of direct and interdisciplinary nature for all those who are desirous of learning and contributing in the field of Vedic exegesis, Vedic philology and Vedic sciences.
9. To construct a computer library and to prepare a computer concordance by
computerizing the entire bulk of Vedic literature.
10. To undertake the publication of research work done from time to time by
the scholars under the auspices of the foundation.
11. To promote such a vision (as discovered by the seers of this land in the times of yore) as could bring about social reforms leading to harmony, friendship. fraternity and common culture to the present day trouble torn world of mankind and help in the cause of national and international peace thus suggesting the modern science for more and more active role for upkeep and safety of living organisms and the planet.
In tune with the aims and objectives of the foundation it was thought that a proper apparatus be produced first to facilitate the in-depth scientific studies and commentaries on the Vedas, since the presently available translations and commentaries on the Vedas and allied literature, leaving a few cases, are not able to present the actual and factual significance of this oldest literature of the world.
Book's Contents and Sample Pages
Language & Literature (1503)
Learn Sanskrit (30)
Performing Art (66)
Sanskrit Grammar (262)
Sanskrit Text Book (204)
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