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A Companion to the Study of Hinduism - Part IV
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HR 255.04
Principles and Practice of Hindu Dharma
~ Level - 2
Vedas and Ritualistic Practice
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A Collection of the Texts Available that gives the Divine Message
for Everyone to Study, Understand and Practice in Rituals
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Verses from Vedic Scriptures To Understand and to Recite
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01 : Manthra Pushpam - Sloka and Meaning
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02. Prayers and Hymns from Scriptures
03. Atharvaveda
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04. Rigveda - First Rik & Sooktha
05. Creation Hymn -Naasadeeya -10.129
06. The Golden Embryo - Hiranyagarbha - 10.121
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07. Purusha Sooktham
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08. Isa' Va'sya Upanishad
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09. Brahadaaranya Upanishad
10. Nyaya Sutra - Dharsana
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Pronunciation of Sanskrit words, presentation of such texts in Roman scripts and proper translation are all very difficult. The following pages are only a sample representation of texts and a collection of translations as available. One should get the special teaching and help from a "Guru" to get the proper pronunciation and meaning of the texts and attain the full benefit of the recitation of Veda Manthras.
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When there is only One God who is formless and Omnipresent,
then why do we read all these stories and pray to the several forms of Gods?
Why not just read the philosophy and get all the benefits and good life?
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Prayers, Mythology and Rituals are more like a vehicle to support and carry our thoughts, [understanding our Faith and Philosophy] like Fire, a Utensil, Water and dry Rice are all needed to cook Rice suitable for consuming, though Rice is the only essential material for the food.
 

- - Kanchi Paramacharya Poojya Sri Chandrasekara Saraswathi.

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