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The Metaphysics of the Law – 102

Mathomathis would like to continue the discussion from the previous article on:- The Metaphysics of the Law – 101 State of Nescience State of Nescience is a state without predicates. It is a destiny. It is a law unto itself. The “Nasadiya Sukta” of the “rigveda” stands in assertion of this state of existence. In...

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The Metaphysics of the Law – 101

In the following article, mathomathis would like to discuss on the topic of Metaphysics of the Law. Metaphysics is branch of philosophy that concerns with ultimate reality sustaining the apparent world of flux in which life and matter have become co-sharers in the space-time continuum. Mind is consciousness of life and matter, availing both in...

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Vedas and Upanishads (Sookta) | 102

Mathomathis would like to discuss on Vedas and Upanishads in length and detail. The following article was written by Kadambi Srinivasan Published by Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams 2019. The following article is a continuation from VEDAS AND UPANISHADS (INTRODUCTION) | 101 Purusha Sukta: – It is the hymn of the cosmic person. It gives a magnificent...

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Vedas and Upanishads (Introduction) | 101

Mathomathis would like to discuss on Vedas and Upanishads in length and detail. The following article was written by Kadambi Srinivasan Published by Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams 2019. The word “Veda” has been interpreted in a number of ways by scholars. The word Veda originates from the Sanskrit root Vid:- “Vid” means to know. The word...

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Rishikas | Female Rishis In Vedanta Dharma | (Conclusion)

Mathomathis would like to continue from the previous article on Rishikas | Female Rishis In Vedanta Dharma | 101. The following article was been referred from the Assam university library. In the following article mathomathis would be describing on the VEDIC GODDESSES Usha Devi: The most beautiful conception of a goddess which the Rig Veda...

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Vedic Rishis / Indian Saints – Maharishi Veda Vyasa

A Quotes from Swami Sivananda –  “Who is a saint? He who lives in God or the Eternal, who is free from egoism, likes and dislikes, selfishness, vanity, mine-ness, lust, greed and anger, who is endowed with equal vision, balanced mind, mercy, tolerance, righteousness and cosmic love, and who has divine knowledge is a saint....

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