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1 Swamini Atmaprajnananda Saraswati
Nomenclature of the Vedas
D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2012; 8124606447 / 9788124606445; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 260. 037269

Price: 14.25 USD
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2 Swamini Atmaprajnananda Saraswati
Om: The Sound Symbol
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2014; 812151259X / 9788121512596; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Om: The Sound Symbol is on the various meanings of Om, as unfolded by Swami Dayananda Saraswati. The first part contains linguistic interpretation of Om, Om as a word symbol-pratika, superimposition of the three states of experience on AUM by the Upanisad, Om as a phonetic symbol of Brahman, and the mantra So’ham being Om. The Second part of the book is a collecyion of origin of Om in various Vedic literatures- the Vedas, its origin is in Chandogya Upanisad. Om is equated with Brahman in Taittiriya, superimposition of the three states of experience on A-U-M in Mandukya, Om being the representation of Saguna-Brahman as well as Nirguna Brahman Katha, Om as the bow in an imagery of archery in Mundaka, how chanting Om during the last stages takes a person to higher lokas, also is mentioned in Prasna Upanisads. Its references are in Isavasya, Brhadaranyaka, Maitrayani, and Mahanarayana Upanisads; besides Upanisads, also is about on Om in Yogasutra, Bhagavadgita, Baudhayana Dharmasutra, and Manusmrti. The book has an elaborate Glossary and Index, along with some images. The text will be immensely helpful to spiritual seekers, as well as Indological scholars in demystifying Om. Printed Pages: 134. 037768

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3 Swamini Atmaprajnananda Saraswati
Rsikas of the Rgveda
D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2013; 8124606560 / 9788124606568; First Edition; Hardcover; New; Nerw; 
The volume presents a study of the famous women Rishikas mentioned in the Vedic literature. The book describes the great respect offered to seers in the Vedic literature and the equal importance given to Rishikas when compared to Rishis. Discussing how even women of the Vedic period were epitomes of spiritual attainment, the book admiringly points out that the gender discrimination seen in the Hindu traditional thought was a later phenomenon (such as that women are not adhikaris for the study of the Vedas). It states that there are twenty-seven women mantra-drashtarah in the Rigveda. It provides a list of these women Rishikas and deals with the mantras envisioned by them. The Rishikas are mentioned in the study on the basis of those who praised the deities, those who conversed with the seers and deities, and those who praised the self. The Rishikas mentioned in the Yajurveda, Samaveda, and Atharvaveda are also mentioned. Rishikas whose individual contributions are taken up in detail include Vagambhrni, Surya-Savitri, Shraddha, Daksina, Aditi, Ratri, and Urvashi, among others. The volume is bound to be a handy reference book for all those interested in Indology, particularly students and scholars of Vedic and gender studies.Printed Pages: 167. 100392

Price: 8.38 USD
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4 Swamini Atmaprajnananda Saraswati
Vision of Advaita Vedanta in Taittiriya Upanishad: With Special Reference to Shankarabhashya
D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2016; 8124608539 / 9788124608531; Hardcover; New; New; 
Preface. 1. Introduction to Vedanta. 2. Concept of Pramana in Indian Philosophy. 3. The Five Shanti-mantras in Taittiriya. 4. Taittiriya-Upanishad-Bhashyam. 5. Shikshavalli. 6. Brahmanandavalli. 7. Bhriguvalli. 8. Vision of Advaita Vedanta in Taittiriya Upanishad. 9. Mahavakyavicara in Taittiriya Upanishad. 10. Shankara’s Refutation of Other Philosophical Systems. 11. Prakriyas in Taittiriya. Glossary of Vedantic Words. Appendices. Bibliography. Index.This book unveils the vision of Advaita Vedanta in Taittiriya Upanishad with special reference to Shankarabhashya in a unique style. Upanishads are shabda-pramana, and this work adequately details the six pramanas, which hold the key to understand the significance of shabda-pramana, along with the five shanti-mantras in Taittiriya Upanishad. As the crux, it analyses Shankara’s commentary – Taittiriya-Bhashyam – on Taittiriya Upanishad, enabling one to understand the deep layers of Advaita Vedanta in detail.The core theme “Vision of Advaita in Taittiriya Upanishad” discusses the oneness of the triangular phenomenon called jiva, jagat and Ishvara. It delves deep into the method of deciphering the mahavakyas as well. While following closely the source literature, this volume attempts to detail the nuances of Taittiriya-Bhashyam. The approach of navigating the reader to the principal theme of Advaita Vedanta is expected to give him/her a good background. In ensuring this the volume provides relevant citations and informative explanatory notes. More importantly, it across three vallis – Shikshavalli, Brahmanandavalli and Bhriguvalli – provides free translations of Taittiriya Upanishad.This elaborate and scholarly book is expected to add great value to students who wish to have a better understanding of the great Indian tradition called Advaita Vedanta. Printed Pages: 304 with CD. 110946

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