2 edition of Rudra in the R̥g-Veda found in the catalog.
Rudra in the R̥g-Veda
R. C. Hazra
Analytical study of the Rudra, Hindu deity in R̥gveda, Hindu canonical.
|Statement||R.C. Hazra ; edited by S.P. Das Gupta in collaboration with Manabendu Banerjee.|
|Contributions||Das Gupta, Sivaprasad., Banerjee, Manabendu., Jadavpur University. Dept. of Special Assistance.|
|LC Classifications||BL1112.57 .H39 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiv, 486 p. :|
|Number of Pages||486|
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Rudra in the R̥g-Veda. Kolkata: Sanskrit Pustak Bhandar, (OCoLC) Named Person: Rudra, (Hindu deity); Rudra, (Hindu deity) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R C Hazra; Sivaprasad Das Gupta; Manabendu Banerjee; Jadavpur University.
Department of Special Assistance. The Fifth Veda is an abridged version of Der Fünfte Veda whose latest edition has been published in The first two chapters and the chapter on the Brāhmī script are almost identical.
The investigation of the geo¬metrical signs and of the horse in chapter VII has been added. Rig Veda Rig Veda. Vaikhanasamantraprasna, Prasnas 5 - 8 Based on various South Indian editions in Telugu script Input by Howard Jay Resnick The first four praśnas form a single book and praśnas form the second book.
Therefore the text begins numbering again from 1 at the beginning of praśna 5, and this is why the two sets of pages 17 and 18 were. E-Prints Complutense - Universidad Complutense de Madrid. There are similarities with the Natya Sastra, the book dealing with the Indian dance.
Its author Bharata is identical to Agni and Rudra-Siva, that means, the Indian dance originated in the Indus prototype of a female dancer is the Dawn who a (sacred) prostitute and a loving house-wife as : Cuvillier Verlag.
Im R̥g-Veda ist Brahman noch nicht das höchste Prinzip, sondern das Lied, die Hymne, aus dem die Götter in Andacht und Verehrung für das Urpaar den Gott Rudra schaffen (R ̥V X), den Hauptgott der Śvetāśvatara-Upaniṣad, hinter dem sich Śiva, der höchste Gott der Indus-Kultur, verbirgt.