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Vedas

Four books forming the Hindu sacred texts.
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He always loved to read and impart the knowledge of Vedas as a result of which he initiated opening of several schools/institutes for the learning of the Vedic scriptures," said Salil Singhal, Trustee, Singhal Foundation.
The Vedic Scriptures, of course, recommend meditation, yoga and various spiritual practices as natural antidotes to find balance.
As described in the Puranas, the ancient Vedic scriptures, the Devtas (the demigods) and Asuras (demons) made separate attempts to extract the Amrita, the celestial nectar of immortality, by churning the Kshir Sagar, the primordial ocean of milk.
Bengaluru's Iskcon temple reminds us that Vedic scriptures do not authorise the belief of buying gold on Akshaya Tritiya making anyone rich.
According to the ancient Tantric and Vedic scriptures of India, there are 14 chakras?seven major ones along your spinal column, and seven others, most of which are located in your brain.
"Those who fail to give cows reverence and protection and choose to foolishly oppose and whimsically ignore the injunctions of the Vedic scriptures by selling a cow for slaughter, by killing a cow, by eating cow's flesh and by permitting the slaughter of cows will all rot in the darkest regions of hell for as many thousands of years as there are hairs on the body of each cow slain.
We are of Druze heritage - a 1,000-year-old protestant Islamic sect that believes in the teachings of Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and the Vedic scriptures. In addition to being a professor of theater arts at the University of Oregon, I am affiliated with CoDaC, the Center on Diversity and Community.
Tattva's Herbs was founded in 2000 by owner, Peter Bowes, and grew out of his life-long study of Vedic Scriptures, Sanskrit and Ayurveda, the Traditional Medical System of India.
Though this agenda inspired him to see to the translations of sacred Vedic scriptures and practices into the then-open intellectual world of the empire, it also made him their unlikely commentator.
The Vedic scriptures teach, "Mahajano yena gatah so panthah," one should traverse the path which is followed by great personalities.
Nyaya, the main school of classical Indian logic, is of particular theological interest, since for well over a millennium in ancient and medieval India its great teachers argued for the existence of God as creator and as author of the Vedic scriptures. Parallel Christian views of creation, revelation, and divine action can be clarified by the study of Nyaya.
ISKCON follows the teachings of the Vedas and Vedic scriptures, including the Bhagavad-Gita and Srimad Bhagavatam, which teach Vaishnavism or devotion to God (Krishna) in His Supreme Personal aspect of Sri Sri Radha Krishna.