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The reference in verbs can be found in the Vedas in many places, but unfortunately there is no scholar to interpret this information. There are many who are telling the government to introduce education of Sanskrit in the school education, but there is nobody who is able to stress the importance of the same. The Vedic hymns are in the Sanskrit language. Every Vedic hymn bears signs of the Sage, Devata, meter and sounds. From the signs of sage we come to know about the theorems. From the Devata we understand the subject, from the meter we understand the parts of education, the sounds tell us about the consonants, pronunciations, Aumkar and letters. Intonation and low tone of every letter, recognizing the different kinds of words is possible through these signs. Every Vedic hymn imparts information about the education it contains. Many Vedic theorems explain the basic letters of the Vedas. The letters with forty two endings combined with the letters of the hymns go on further to explain the education in the Vedas. The letters 'Pran' and 'Mahaprana' also have a Vedic reference. The letters are pronounced through the mouth, the throat, the heart and the navel and thus four types of words originate to take the Vedic knowledge further. In this way there are many more theorems and sub-theorems.

The features of letters present in the hymns of the Vedas need to be combined with other Vedic theories and given a different form. Our Vedic scriptures contain words with different valences. The scholars only need to interpret it. Any letter or word is not to be interpreted in a self-proclaimed manner. The word 'motion' has 122 meanings in the Nighantu. There are 101 types of names of the 'Udak' (Nala). We cannot hold anybody guilty, if the scholars of our country cannot appreciate the depth of our Vedic knowledge. The scholars in India obtain degrees but they cannot get the right medium for research due to lack of funds. The Vedic books are very costly and they are also not easily available. The scholars are engaged in other thing due to their financial needs and so cannot devote enough time for these studies, whereas a foreign book "Vedic Index" by the foreign scholars Condonell and Keith has been published in 1992 after tedious effort of eight to ten years.

One finds detail definition of our Vedic terms. Sanskrit is our mother tongue. We find traces of Sanskrit in every Indian language. We can imagine how difficult it must be for the foreigners to understand and assimilate this difficult language. In this book we also find names of hundreds of foreign scholars, who have studied our Vedic scriptures and presented it. This book shows us how many foreign scholars have spent their entire life in studying the Vedas. It is hard to believe that all these people were studying Vedas to find out our faults. Isn't it really unfortunate, that no Indian scholar has been able to make glossary of Vedic terms, whereas foreign scholars have been able to do so. All facilities are available in India to develop a glossary of Vedic terms, like for example Vishweshwarananda Vedic Research Institute in Shiyarpur (Punjab) and its "Chaturveda Grammar Index" and Vedic Index. With its help the Indian Sanskrit glossary can be created in only six months of time. The Indian scholars has less knowledge of Vedic terms than the foreign scholars. In the Vedic Index, Simmer and Hilebrandt have told about the milk which is mixed with Somras before it is prepared. Whitney has explained such a machine which is used in the art of sculpture in this machine. Water is pressed from all four sides. The exact meanings of the Vedic terms can be obtained from the "Chaturveda Vaiyakarana Word Index".

The word 'Ratha' meaning vehicles or planes finds reference in thousands of places in the Vedas. There is also reference of metals like iron, copper, silver etc. used in the making of these vehicles.

I sincerely feel that the scholars should set aside all mis-beliefs and superstitions and study the Vedic scriptures with a fresh perspective. They should interpret it and analyse it. They should also prove that the Vedas being so complicated and complex are not man made but are God made only.

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 Title : The reference of verbs in vedas Author : Mr Chailbiharilal Goyal

Read In Hindihttp://www.vedpradip.com/articlecontent.php?aid=383&linkid=1&catid=&subcatid=0&vedid=5

The reference in verbs can be found in the Vedas in many places, but unfortunately there is no scholar to interpret this information. There are many who are telling the government to introduce education of Sanskrit in the school education, but there is nobody who is able to stress the importance of the same. The Vedic hymns are in the Sanskrit language. Every Vedic hymn bears signs of the Sage, Devata, meter and sounds. From the signs of sage we come to know about the theorems. From the Devata we understand the subject, from the meter we understand the parts of education, the sounds tell us about the consonants, pronunciations, Aumkar and letters. Intonation and low tone of every letter, recognizing the different kinds of words is possible through these signs. Every Vedic hymn imparts information about the education it contains. Many Vedic theorems explain the basic letters of the Vedas. The letters with forty two endings combined with the letters of the hymns go on further to explain the education in the Vedas. The letters 'Pran' and 'Mahaprana' also have a Vedic reference. The letters are pronounced through the mouth, the throat, the heart and the navel and thus four types of words originate to take the Vedic knowledge further. In this way there are many more theorems and sub-theorems.

The features of letters present in the hymns of the Vedas need to be combined with other Vedic theories and given a different form. Our Vedic scriptures contain words with different valences. The scholars only need to interpret it. Any letter or word is not to be interpreted in a self-proclaimed manner. The word 'motion' has 122 meanings in the Nighantu. There are 101 types of names of the 'Udak' (Nala). We cannot hold anybody guilty, if the scholars of our country cannot appreciate the depth of our Vedic knowledge. The scholars in India obtain degrees but they cannot get the right medium for research due to lack of funds. The Vedic books are very costly and they are also not easily available. The scholars are engaged in other thing due to their financial needs and so cannot devote enough time for these studies, whereas a foreign book "Vedic Index" by the foreign scholars Condonell and Keith has been published in 1992 after tedious effort of eight to ten years.

One finds detail definition of our Vedic terms. Sanskrit is our mother tongue. We find traces of Sanskrit in every Indian language. We can imagine how difficult it must be for the foreigners to understand and assimilate this difficult language. In this book we also find names of hundreds of foreign scholars, who have studied our Vedic scriptures and presented it. This book shows us how many foreign scholars have spent their entire life in studying the Vedas. It is hard to believe that all these people were studying Vedas to find out our faults. Isn't it really unfortunate, that no Indian scholar has been able to make glossary of Vedic terms, whereas foreign scholars have been able to do so. All facilities are available in India to develop a glossary of Vedic terms, like for example Vishweshwarananda Vedic Research Institute in Shiyarpur (Punjab) and its "Chaturveda Grammar Index" and Vedic Index. With its help the Indian Sanskrit glossary can be created in only six months of time. The Indian scholars has less knowledge of Vedic terms than the foreign scholars. In the Vedic Index, Simmer and Hilebrandt have told about the milk which is mixed with Somras before it is prepared. Whitney has explained such a machine which is used in the art of sculpture in this machine. Water is pressed from all four sides. The exact meanings of the Vedic terms can be obtained from the "Chaturveda Vaiyakarana Word Index".

The word 'Ratha' meaning vehicles or planes finds reference in thousands of places in the Vedas. There is also reference of metals like iron, copper, silver etc. used in the making of these vehicles.

I sincerely feel that the scholars should set aside all mis-beliefs and superstitions and study the Vedic scriptures with a fresh perspective. They should interpret it and analyse it. They should also prove that the Vedas being so complicated and complex are not man made but are God made only.

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