Rishikas | Female Rishis In Vedanta Dharma | 101

In the following article, mathomathis would like to discuss on the topic called as: rishikas (female rishis) which is mentioned in the ancient text of vedanta dharma (vedic literature). The following article was been referred from the assam university library. The texts of the Vedic samhita allotted the space for women which is neither too...

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Yajnavalkya Smriti | Vyavahara Law | 102

In the following article mathomathis would like to discuss on topic Yajnavalkya Smriti | Vyavahara Law. This is a continuation from the previous article which was Yajnavalkya Smriti | Indian Law | 101. Do read the previous article before continuing here. Among the three topics, Acara, Vyavahara and Prayascitta, discussed in Smriti texts, Vyavahara has...

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Yajnavalkya Smriti | Indian Law | 101

Mathomathis would like to present an article on one of the Yajnavalkya Smriti and Ancient Indian Law. The following article was adapted from “Aloysius Michael, Radhakrishnan on Hindu Moral Life and Action, Concept Publishing Company, Delhi, 1979, p. 130”. Jurisprudence or legal system, which is termed as Vyavahara Dharmasastra, is an important portion as far...

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Sage/Guru Yajnavalkya

As long with many sages that were born in the land, Sage Yajnavalkya was also one of the renowned sages within ancient vedic dharma/tradition who had an extensive amount of knowledge about the self and who has realized the life completely, that is in vedantic dharma we term as: jeevan mukti, the one who has...

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Vyasa Maharishi | Parama Gurubhyo Namaha

The term Vyasa in Sanskrit language means “compiler” and Vyasa Maharishi/Saint/Guru is an important figure in most vedanta dharma/tradition and so called today as “hindu” tradition. He is sometimes called Veda Vyasa i.e. “One who classified the Vedas” or Krishna Dvaipayana. Guru Vyasa is the author of the important epic in vedanta dharma which is...

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