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Mimamsa Sutra of Jaimini

N.V. Thadani (Author)
Synopsis This book explains Law of Dharma, Law of Action, their relation, the sub-ject matter of the Vedas, exposition of gunas and nature, idea of sacrifice, meaning of Agni, evil and desire, nature of Dana, law of Man's life, etc. Importance of mind, reason, the meaning of Svaha, different ways of its interpretation, idea of repetition in Yajna, the Law of Intellect, interpretation of Saman hymns, authority of teachers, control of desire, action and its renunciation are given in the book, explained in detail. How the desire is an attribute of mind, object of action, how to understand sacred books, the idea of planets, cause and its effect, the meaning of some special terms like Dadati, Daks ina etc., Rtvij priests, Japa, life and death, extinction of action, different ways of recitation, perception of time, Soul, Visnu, have been thrown proper light upon. The book also speaks about "Disguise" and Krama, meaning of God, language of the Vedas, doubt, silence, ahankara, creation, restrictions instinct to have offspring, power of pleasure, beauty, importance of resolution, proof of the existence of soul, Rtvij priests and jyotistoma didactically. Text in the book along with its translation and notes make this book understandable and the efforts put into make this book come out in this form will certainly prove fruitful for the readers also. 
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About the author

N.V. Thadani

Late Principal Hindu College, and Rector, University of Delhi; Author of Krishna's Flute and Other Poems; Asoka and Other Poems; etc.

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Title Mimamsa Sutra of Jaimini
Author N.V. Thadani
Format Hardcover
Date published: 28.09.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788180901713
length xviii+514p., Notes; Appendix; Glossary; Index; 23cm.