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Vedic Religion and Culture: An Exposition of Distinct Facets

P.L. Bhargava (Author)
Synopsis Vedic writings, despite two centuries of critical studies in India and the western world, have unveiled myriad questions that have either baffled scholars or have led to serious controversies like-- who wrote the Rgvedic hymns? Which deities in the Rgveda, constitute the group called Adityas? Who of the two major Vedic Gods, Indra or Varuna, has greater antiquity? Is Ayodhya the birthplace of Lord Rama? and so on. A distinguished Indologist, Prof. P.L. Bhargava Marshals, for the first time, indisputable evidences to resolve some of these questions. Combining in him the erudition of a Sanskritist and a Historian, the author mentions God's omnipresence in Aryan religious thought, the enigmatic "Hymn of Visvedevas" in the Rgveda; besides several other issues of religious, cultural, historical and literary importance. Invaluable to the scholars and specialists of Vedic lore.
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About the author

P.L. Bhargava

Dr. P.L. Bhargava had a brilliant academic achievements at the University of Lucknow. He retired as Professor and Head of the Department of Sanskrit, at the University of Rajasthan. He was also invited by several universities to deliver extension lectures. He was visiting Professor of Religion at McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada from 1974 to 1976. His published works are Chandragupta Maurya and His Times; Prachin Bharat Ka Itihas and India in the Vedic Age, besides several research papers

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Title Vedic Religion and Culture: An Exposition of Distinct Facets
Author P.L. Bhargava
Format Softcover
Date published: 28.03.2008
Edition Reprint
Publisher D K Printworld
Language: English
isbn 8124604479
length xiv+120p.