The Poet and the Poetry in the Rigveda | 102 (Conclusion)

Mathomathis would like continue from the previous article. Users are advised to read the previous article, before proceeding further. In the following article we would like to start with Nature of Poetry. Righteous and truthful: According to the poets of the Ṛigveda, the first and the foremost characteristic of a good poetry is its being...

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The Poet and the Poetry in the Rigveda | 101

Mathomathis would like to present an article which was published by author G.C.Tripathi on The Poet and the Poetry in the Rigveda. Among the ancient-most religious texts of literary character, the Ṛgveda occupies the topmost place of pride, not only because of its spiritually inspired religious fevour and its sublime philosophy, but also for an...

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Poet in the Vedic Aesthetics | (Conclusion) 102

The following article on Poet in Vedic Aesthetics is a continuation from Part 101 | Previous article, do read the previous article before continuing here. The discrepancy between the old and the new selves is quite conspicuous and Dirghatamas as a poet shrugs off his old self but cannot explain the dynamics of this transformation....

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Poet in the Vedic Aesthetics | 101

Mathomathis would like to give a gist on the Poetry aspects of the Vedic system and few quotes of the rig veda as well. The remarkable truth about the Indian civilization is that it has had its beginning in poetry. The incipient stages in the establishment of the civilization had the potent contribution of the...

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