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It has been accepted by all those whose soul has been enlightened by the influence of pure and cultured people, that all religions have their origin in the Vedas. Vedas are a big storehouse of knowledge and this knowledge itself forms the basis of all religions. Religion can be termed as the relationship between the individual soul and the supreme soul. Every religion is based on this faith that the religion imparts the power and strength to the individual soul to merge in to supreme soul.

Today ten religions are recognized all over the world and all of them are said to have their origin in Asia. The Hindu religion is the most ancient of them all, which is totally based on the Vedas. The Bouddha, Jain and Sikh religion originated in India. The Confusion religion and the Tao religion belong to China and the Parsi religion originated in Iran. The Yahudi and Isai religion originated in Philistin and the Islam religion originated in Arab lands. All the religions of which the Europeans are very proud, have originated in Asian region.

Vedas provide a basic frame -

The word Ved is derived from the word 'Ved' which means knowledge. This knowledge is not about the worldly matters, but it is spiritual knowledge. The spiritual knowledge is always responsible in providing a motion to the inert and living beings. The knowledge also has a motion of its own, in which case it is said that, this knowledge is always one but still it is ever changing. The Vedas provide the support structure for the rich cultural heritage of India. This is the true Vedic wealth. The ultimate knowledge of Vedas is the realization of the unknown, of that which we have not experienced. This knowledge can help the individual soul to understand the divine source of the universe by merging in the strengths of the universe and identifying with them Vedas can help you see within yourself and also around you in the universe. Vedas give you a perception of the whole universe. The ancient Sages gained an insight into their own souls through the medium of Vedic hymns.

Vedas propagate neither any opinion nor any theorem. The Vedas help the individual to gain a perception of the universe through a spiritual awakening. Vedas are an experience of that power which make or break this universe. Vedas represent the spiritual knowledge. Vedas help you to experience God. Vedas try to explain the principles of nature.


The principles which take a form of a custom and the resolution which take a form of power or strength are called as religion. The span between the religion and the human being is made smaller and tolerable by the concept called devotion.

Hindu religion -

Hindu religion is based on Vedas

Jain religion -

It propagates the theory of a pilgrim and tells you to be a pilgrim in life, who gives you a ship to swim across this ocean of life. The pilgrims are to be worshipped. They give life to the religion of this world.

Bouddha religion -

It is a version of Hindu religion. Buddha means awakening. Buddha criticized that of the Shrutis wherein the ritual of killing animals and offering them as oblations was mentioned.

Sikh religion -

I would call Sikh religion as that one which has its basis in the Hindu religion.

Confusion religion -

Confusions was impressed by the theories propagated by the Upanishadas, so the whole of the Confusion religion is based upon the Vedas.

Tao religion -

It is based on the spiritual concept propagated by the Bouddha religion. The basic principles of Tao religion are gaining spiritual awakening by keeping your life pure.


Parsi religion -

It has its origin in Iran. It portrays a direct conflict between two major powers. These powers are called Jahurmajd and Angramainyu. The whole world resolves around these two powers. The first one is a symbol of virtue or merits and another is a symbol of sins. This religion belongs to everybody. Avesta says - we respect the souls of all men and women of Arya, Turani, Sarnesian, Syrian and Deshian origin.

Yahudi religion -

The origin of this religion lies in the story of 'Adam'. 'Hibra' means human being - so it is a story of the human being. The face of a man resembles that of God. Love is the foundation of this religion. It does not propagate idol worship.

Isai Religion -

Isai is also called as Isa. It is an edition of the Bouddha religion. It propagate the theory of non-violence.

Islam religion -

It is an Arabic version of the Vedic theories. The God is the universe, which cannot acquire any form. One must respect God. Islam defies the materialistic approach. Kuran says that if Allah doesn't love or like anybody he punishes him and if he loves somebody he helps him to live life properly.

The essence of all religions -

The main theory propagated by all religious is humanity. Humanity is based on true love. One must not get caught into the rites and rituals of the religion but understand, that it is the service to the God that is important. The path of peace can only be followed by two aspects which are truth and non-violence.

The Upanishadas say that the individual tries to further develop his faculties and tries to attain a level of perfection.

This intelligent person reads and comprehends the Shastras and tries to seek knowledge and science from it. Once his goal of attaining knowledge is satisfied he simply leaves the books aside.

Conclusion -

Every religion is derived from the religion which has been prevalent before. A look at and study of all religions gives us a feeling that all theories conglomerate into one and the same point from where they had started. And this starting point is the Vedas. The basis of all religions is the Vedas.

The defects in all religions -

The main defects to be found in the religious theories are blind faith in any religion, staunch feelings towards one's own religion, intolerance and imposing factors. The world is facing a lot of problems because of these defects in the religion. The solution to take away these defects lies in the Vedas. To pacify the world there is an urgent need of Vedic principles.

The outlets of religion -

There are many outlets or opportunities in the religion. A person on his free will can choose the path he wants to choose in order to follow religion. This itself is called religious freedom. Vedas always propagated this theory.

In Mahabharat Shanti Parva 174.2 we find a line supporting this theory

Vedas do not exercise any right on the religious. There are many ways and means to explore the mystery of this universe. The Indian philosophy portrays the liberal and generous approach of Vedas towards life. The mystery of the universe can be solved only through the medium of religion, but through which religion is only known by the person in search of truth.

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 Title : The Vedas The source of all religions in this world Author : Mr Rasik Bihari Munjal

Read In Hindi

http://www.vedpradip.com/articlecontent.php?aid=391&linkid=1&catid=&subcatid=0&vedid=5

It has been accepted by all those whose soul has been enlightened by the influence of pure and cultured people, that all religions have their origin in the Vedas. Vedas are a big storehouse of knowledge and this knowledge itself forms the basis of all religions. Religion can be termed as the relationship between the individual soul and the supreme soul. Every religion is based on this faith that the religion imparts the power and strength to the individual soul to merge in to supreme soul.

Today ten religions are recognized all over the world and all of them are said to have their origin in Asia. The Hindu religion is the most ancient of them all, which is totally based on the Vedas. The Bouddha, Jain and Sikh religion originated in India. The Confusion religion and the Tao religion belong to China and the Parsi religion originated in Iran. The Yahudi and Isai religion originated in Philistin and the Islam religion originated in Arab lands. All the religions of which the Europeans are very proud, have originated in Asian region.

Vedas provide a basic frame -

The word Ved is derived from the word 'Ved' which means knowledge. This knowledge is not about the worldly matters, but it is spiritual knowledge. The spiritual knowledge is always responsible in providing a motion to the inert and living beings. The knowledge also has a motion of its own, in which case it is said that, this knowledge is always one but still it is ever changing. The Vedas provide the support structure for the rich cultural heritage of India. This is the true Vedic wealth. The ultimate knowledge of Vedas is the realization of the unknown, of that which we have not experienced. This knowledge can help the individual soul to understand the divine source of the universe by merging in the strengths of the universe and identifying with them Vedas can help you see within yourself and also around you in the universe. Vedas give you a perception of the whole universe. The ancient Sages gained an insight into their own souls through the medium of Vedic hymns.

Vedas propagate neither any opinion nor any theorem. The Vedas help the individual to gain a perception of the universe through a spiritual awakening. Vedas are an experience of that power which make or break this universe. Vedas represent the spiritual knowledge. Vedas help you to experience God. Vedas try to explain the principles of nature.


The principles which take a form of a custom and the resolution which take a form of power or strength are called as religion. The span between the religion and the human being is made smaller and tolerable by the concept called devotion.

Hindu religion -

Hindu religion is based on Vedas

Jain religion -

It propagates the theory of a pilgrim and tells you to be a pilgrim in life, who gives you a ship to swim across this ocean of life. The pilgrims are to be worshipped. They give life to the religion of this world.

Bouddha religion -

It is a version of Hindu religion. Buddha means awakening. Buddha criticized that of the Shrutis wherein the ritual of killing animals and offering them as oblations was mentioned.

Sikh religion -

I would call Sikh religion as that one which has its basis in the Hindu religion.

Confusion religion -

Confusions was impressed by the theories propagated by the Upanishadas, so the whole of the Confusion religion is based upon the Vedas.

Tao religion -

It is based on the spiritual concept propagated by the Bouddha religion. The basic principles of Tao religion are gaining spiritual awakening by keeping your life pure.


Parsi religion -

It has its origin in Iran. It portrays a direct conflict between two major powers. These powers are called Jahurmajd and Angramainyu. The whole world resolves around these two powers. The first one is a symbol of virtue or merits and another is a symbol of sins. This religion belongs to everybody. Avesta says - we respect the souls of all men and women of Arya, Turani, Sarnesian, Syrian and Deshian origin.

Yahudi religion -

The origin of this religion lies in the story of 'Adam'. 'Hibra' means human being - so it is a story of the human being. The face of a man resembles that of God. Love is the foundation of this religion. It does not propagate idol worship.

Isai Religion -

Isai is also called as Isa. It is an edition of the Bouddha religion. It propagate the theory of non-violence.

Islam religion -

It is an Arabic version of the Vedic theories. The God is the universe, which cannot acquire any form. One must respect God. Islam defies the materialistic approach. Kuran says that if Allah doesn't love or like anybody he punishes him and if he loves somebody he helps him to live life properly.

The essence of all religions -

The main theory propagated by all religious is humanity. Humanity is based on true love. One must not get caught into the rites and rituals of the religion but understand, that it is the service to the God that is important. The path of peace can only be followed by two aspects which are truth and non-violence.

The Upanishadas say that the individual tries to further develop his faculties and tries to attain a level of perfection.

This intelligent person reads and comprehends the Shastras and tries to seek knowledge and science from it. Once his goal of attaining knowledge is satisfied he simply leaves the books aside.

Conclusion -

Every religion is derived from the religion which has been prevalent before. A look at and study of all religions gives us a feeling that all theories conglomerate into one and the same point from where they had started. And this starting point is the Vedas. The basis of all religions is the Vedas.

The defects in all religions -

The main defects to be found in the religious theories are blind faith in any religion, staunch feelings towards one's own religion, intolerance and imposing factors. The world is facing a lot of problems because of these defects in the religion. The solution to take away these defects lies in the Vedas. To pacify the world there is an urgent need of Vedic principles.

The outlets of religion -

There are many outlets or opportunities in the religion. A person on his free will can choose the path he wants to choose in order to follow religion. This itself is called religious freedom. Vedas always propagated this theory.

In Mahabharat Shanti Parva 174.2 we find a line supporting this theory

Vedas do not exercise any right on the religious. There are many ways and means to explore the mystery of this universe. The Indian philosophy portrays the liberal and generous approach of Vedas towards life. The mystery of the universe can be solved only through the medium of religion, but through which religion is only known by the person in search of truth.

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