Rigveda Sanhita Vol. 6 Edited by Durgadas Lahiri PDF.
Name of Book – Rigveda Sanhita,
Category – Religious Book,
Edited – Durgadas Lahiri,
Format – PDF,
Volume – 6,
PDF Size – 13 MB,
Book Pages – 396,
Hindu Scripture Book Rigveda Sanhita Volume 6 has edited by Durgadas Lahiri PDF.
ऋग्वेद संहिता का संपादन दुर्गादास लाहिड़ी ने किया है। Rigveda Sanhita Vol. 6 (ঋকবেদ সংহিতা) Bengali Hindu holy Religious Book PDF. Durgadas Lahiri has edited seven volumes of Rigveda Sanhita. Rigveda Sanhita, the ancient literature of Hinduism. Research on this Rig Veda has been going on for ages and there is no limit to how much it has been. With the rise and fall of education and civilization in the history of mankind, it is impossible to determine how much the brain has been aroused about the Vedas. The cane has caused a stir all over the world. Researchers from all over the world are still doing a lot of research on Rigveda.
What is the Rig Veda? Or what is Beda? unity just a verse or a mantra? Experts have expressed a lot of theories about this or are still doing research. One needs to know a clear picture of what the Rig-Veda is about. Religious and historical experts have tried to make a proper analysis of the Rigveda Sanhita. Their research is known through published findings. The origin of the word Veda is realized from the cognitive ‘veda’ metal. The word ‘veda’ means to know. What does it mean to know? To know – to know religion, to know iniquity. To know – to know the truth, to know – the untruth.
To know is to know the nature. As a result, the knowledge of the search for the ideals and truth of religion is gained. That is, by which the nature is known. In a word, the Veda is the means by which one can acquire all kinds of worldly and worldly knowledge. The name of that all-knowing knowledge is the knowledge of the Supreme Lord. Knowledge is true, knowledge is eternal, knowledge is traditional, knowledge is imperishable. So knowledge is religion. The destruction of knowledge is unrighteousness. That is why the Vedas are the religion.
This sentence proves that the Vedas are the traditional Vedas and that the eternal Vedas are the truth. This is why the scriptures say that what is not perfected by direct or conjecture is proved by the Vedas. The nature of the Vedas is true and subjective as it seeks the unknown content of conjecture and proof. That which is self-evident, which does not require proof, is the Veda. According to Maharshi Agastamba, the word Rashi is the word Rashi in the form of Mantra-Rupa and Brahman-Rupa. He has discussed the Vedas a lot in this book.
The process of revealing the exact information about the age of Rigveda is still going on. However, it can be said that it is more than 4000 years old. Most of the Western educated scholars have speculated that the Vedas may have been born more than two thousand years before the birth of Christ.
Readers can collect Some other Rigveda-sanhita volumes of Durgadas Lahiri as PDF
- Rigveda-sanhita Vol. 1
- Rigveda-sanhita Vol. 2
- Rigveda-sanhita Vol. 3
- Rigveda-sanhita Vol. 4
- Rigveda-sanhita Vol. 5
- Rigveda-sanhita Vol. 7
At the beginning of creation, that Paramatma, according to the advice of the Vedas, gave different names, different actions, different categories of scholarship. So that it is understood that there was Veda even before the creation of this world. And according to that Veda, the name, action and scholarship of the created matter were specified. That Veda is now referred to by Western scholars as the original text of the world. The Rig-Veda also contains specific references in that way.
All the scriptures have declared that this was the Veda at the beginning of creation. But there is disagreement about who wrote the Vedas.
Scholars have given some arguments subject to Vedic review and much research. The Veda is one and unique. Over time, the Vedas in the form of scriptures were first divided into three parts, hence the other name of the Vedas ‘Trilogy’. Eventually Sri Krishnadvaipayana Byasadeva divided the Veda into four parts and was called Bedavasya. For the benefit of Yugadharma, he has divided the Veda into four parts, expressing it in a general way. When the name of the Veda was Rig, Sam and Yaju, it was divided into three parts. The Atharva Veda later became the name of the part which preserved the Sukta individually for the convenience of performing the Yajna. The author has presented a beautiful analysis of the Vedas in this book. For literary, philosophical and reader readers and linguists and those who study literature, this book is considered to be a significant collaborative book.