Monday, 5 September 2011

The Vedas

The Vedas are the most sacred scriptures of Hinduism. According to tradition, when God creates the worlds, He reveals the Vedas for the welfare of the worlds and when He ends the creation, He takes them back again. Some people say that all human knowledge is available in the Vedas in symbolic form and that the knowledge of all our discoveries and inventions is already contained in the Vedas. It is true that the Vedas are not mere books of some magical chants. They are loaded with spiritual knowledge, which reveals itself to the degree we are spiritually advanced. 

A Vedic Reader

The History and Tradition of the Vedas

The Significance of the Vedas in Life and Liberation

Vedic gods

The Rig-Veda


The Atharvaveda (Complete)

White Yajur Veda (Complete)

The Yajur Veda (Partial)

Atharva Veda (Partial)

The Dharma Sutras

Mantra, meaning and significance

Yajna, the Vedic Sacrifice

Vedic Sacrifice

English words that sound like Sanskrit

Origin and development of Sanskrit

The symbolic significance of the Vedic gods

Yagna, the ritual form of worship in Hinduism

The significance of mantras

Rituals and rites in Hinduism

Hinduism and the importance of rituals

Hinduism and yoga

Hymns from the vedas

Hymns from the Rig Veda

The Upanishads

The Laws of Manu

The Yogasutras of Patanjali

The Ramayana

The Mahabharata

Books on the Vedas

Books on Yoga and yoga asanas

Links to the Vedas

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