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The Vedas: An Introduction (Origin, Author, Structure)
The Vedas are the most comprehensive and universal of all ancient scriptures. They have guided our religious direction for ages and will continue to do so for ...
Hindu Scriptures & Epics - About Hinduism
The world's first scriptures, the oldest religious texts, the longest epic poems were all born in India. Here's your one-stop resource center on the Vedas, ...
The Magic of Vedic Maths - What's This? - About Hinduism
Just as the basics principles of Hinduism lay in the Vedas, so do the roots of mathematics. Discover the marvels of Vedic maths, a unique system of calculations ...
What Are the Vedas? - Asian History - About.com
Glossary definition of the term Vedas from your About.com Guide to Asian History .
The Esteem of Women in Vedic India - About Hinduism
During the Vedic age, more than 3,000 years ago, women were assigned a high place in society. They shared an equal standing with their men folk and enjoyed ...
Vedas - Atheism and Agnosticism from About.com
Definition: The Vedas are the oldest scriptures of Hinduism, composed in Sanskrit and gathered into four collections: the Rig-Veda, the Sama-Veda, the ...
The Vedas - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
The texts of the Vedas are called Samhitas, and the Vedic (adjectival form of " Veda" from a root word vid- for 'knowledge') prayers are known as Mantras.
Rig Veda in UNESCO's 'Memory of the World' Register
The Rig Veda manuscripts - believed to be the first literary documents in the history of humankind – are now part of UNESCO's “Memory of the World” Register.
Arranged Marriages Originated in the Vedic Period - About Hinduism
A recent research has brought to light that arranged marriages originated during the Vedic period of Indian history. The ceremony and the institution of arranged ...
The Vedic Center of Trivandrum - About Hinduism
The Sree Seetharam Anjeneya Kendra (SSAK) Vedic Center in the southern Indian city of Trivandrum is a recherché “Pathshala” (Sanskrit for “school”) where  ...
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