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Book Details


The Holy Vedas for All

P D Mishra
Bibliography : 216pp., Demy 8vo.
HB ISBN (10) : 8173862524
HB ISBN (13) : 9788173862526





About the Book:

...not because they are the most ancient, not because they are held to be most sacred by the Indians and not because they speak about all familiar things of the world and its inhabitants, Vedas are important because in spite of an incessant search and explorations, much more is still necessary to be known about them. It is mainly because Vedas, though talked and spoken about quite frequently in India and else where, are either not read or not understood in the right earnest. The voluminous contents and many missing contexts also render it difficult for a common reader to have a basic and appropriate idea about these texts.<-p>

It is a ?modest? attempt of Shri P. D. Mishra made in this direction. The author has embarked on this mission ?so that the natural poetry, the original quest of mankind and a common cause of eternal human values propounded in the Vedas? is followed and appreciated. Famous Purush Sukta shakes us to ponder ?one cannot imagine how much thought went before projection of human beings.? Shiva Samkalpa Sukta analyses the positive strength of human mind - ?intelligent, conscious and patient dwelling within in an everlasting bright form to make us full of determination for the general well being.? And there is in it the Prithvi Sukta talking about one common house, the Earth where there may be a number of languages, faiths and geographical boundaries but it is one such innocent ?cow? that provides milk for every one through thousands of streams.<-p>

About the Author:

An eminent writer on Yoga, Gita, Upanishads and Vedas, Shri P. D. Mishra, born in 1946, after post graduating in English from the University of Saugor, Sagar in 1968, travelled far and wide with Maharshi Mahesh Yogi for spreading the Spiritual Regeneration Movement of India. Even after joining administrative services of the Government of Madhya Pradesh through competitive examination in 1971, he has been carrying forward his scholarly pursuits ever since undergoing deep spiritual courses of inner awakening and knowledge under the guidance and protection of great spiritual masters.<-p>

Mr. Mishra received felicitation in the Rashtrapati Bhawan in 1994 concerning his book ?The Gita For All? and received the prestigious award ?Vyasa samman? by the Madhya Pradesh Sanskrit Academy in 1997 for his book ?Saundarya Lahiri Ka Kavyanuvad.? Dr. Bhai Mahavir, the Governor of Madhya Pradesh, has recently released his book ?Ved Ki Kavita?.<-p>

He is working at present as Additional Registrar Cooperation, Government of M.P. Bhopal.<-p>

Holy Vedas for All, by P D Mishra

 

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