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What is metaphysics of literature? Which elements of essence give life to literature and which elements of essence give birth to literature? The scholars have understood this and meditated over this and they have reached the conclusion that literature takes place through the tradition of the country in which it is being produced, the nation, and the religions associated to the nation. All the nations in the world take birth and grow in their own tradition.

The ancient Indian tradition first included knowledge, nature, truth, ideas, religion, deeds, and pure conduct. The Supreme Being Brahma first describes religious conduct, which is called "Shruti" (Veda, Scripture). The Shruti is the origin of entire vedic literature. The books made from this area called Vedas. These Vedas were further known as Shruti, Annay, Chhandas, Brahmas, Nigam, and elucidation. These Vedas took birth with nature because Lord Brahma who made the nature created Shruti and it was written by his thousandth son Chitragupta. Thus Vedas were based on spiritual theory and divine knowledge. Many Brahmin books were produced from one veda. To make these Vedas intelligible, a lot of stories were created, which were called "purunas". To define principles of Vedas, Upanishadas were created. This whole literature was created to understand Vedas. Kalpa, Jyotish, Chhandas, etc., were created in the same way. Complementary literature to Vedas was also created from Vedas, Upavedas, which contain the well-known Dhanurved, Gandharvaveda, Ayurveda, and Atharvaveda. These are called basics of Vedas. Vedadga were created after Vedas, which have education, Kalpa, grammar, Chhandas, and Jyotish (astrology). This literature is called vedic literature, which is also called Supernatural literature.

Conventional/popular literature

Now conventional poetry begins. The very first book of conventional literature is Ramayana by Maharishi Valmiki. Before this Valmiki Ramayana, 2-25 Ramayana were already written, which include Samrutha-Ramayana by Narada, Agastya-Ramayana by Maharshi Agasti, Lomas-Ramayana by Maharishi Lomus, Manjul-Ramayana by Muni Sutikshana, Soupadnya Ramayana by Maharishi Atri, Ramayana-Mahamala, souhard-Ramayana by Sharmas Rishi, Ramayana maniratna, Sourya Ramayana, Chandra-Ramayana, Maind-Ramayana, Swayambu-Ramayana, Subrahma-Ramayana, Survachas-Ramayana, Dev-Ramayana, Shravan-Ramayana, Durant-Ramayana and Ramayana-Champu,which are very popular, but today they are not available since they have lost over the time. All these Ramayanas show the tradition and culture in which Lord Shri Rama had led the life of Maryada Purushottam.

After Ramayana, Mahabharata was written by Veda Vyas, which is the biggest poetry of vedic culture. Geeta is a part of Mahabharata. In Geeta, Lord Shri Krishna gives the same divine advice to Arjuna which had been ablished over time, it was the knowledge and advice of culture and tradition. Lord Buddha had given re-birth to the same advice which had eloped with time. Thus, all the literature was created to give re-birth to some or other ancient tradition and culture till Kali Yuga (the last age).

Thus in entire literature, the inner spirit of Vedas is kept in three ways:
1) Karamkanda (science of rituals): Religious ceremony, which give either a
host or a sacrificer desired thing or piece after death.
2) Dnyanakanda (knowledge): It contains knowledge of facts and secrets from
earth, the next world, and the supreme being, which gives human completion
of his desires, thought of others, and salvation.
3) Worship: With worshipping, humans can get the desired things they want for
themselves and the way to salvation.

With the efforts of Swami Dayanand, in the precise from of Vedas, religious sacrifice is taken up. Fire sacrifice, mortification by pure and holy life and worshipping has been taken up by meditation, and established a new form of Vedas in front of people as if it is need of this age. A need of tradition. And in which nation, literature is born by the need of tradition.

Vedic tradition in India has given birth to enchantment literature, religious literature, literature of sacred shrine, and the literature of religious society, like Charvak Darshan, aaharta Darshan, Mimansa Darshan, and Vedant Darshan, Sankirna Boudhamata, Aahart Darshan, Mimansa Darshan, and Vedanta Darshan all represent tradition in some way. Even Brahma mata, Shaiva mata, Vaishnav, matam, Ganpatya mata, Saurmata, shakata mata all are reflections of some ancient Indian tradition. All 64 arts and 10 Mahavidyas have the origin of Indian tradition.

Hindi literature also has the base of vedic tradition. In "Kamayani" by Jayashankar Prasad, the life of first man Manu has been described, which is the most modern poetry of Hindi. In the same way, in the name the thousandth son of Lord Brahma, Chitragupta, one novel has been published, which is the image of Vedas.
Conclusion:

The vedic tradition which is followed by entire Indian literature, is described in the shloka (hymn) from Vishnu Purana. The great poet Maithili sharangupta’s "Bharatbharati" follows the same tradition. The well-known poet Sohanlal Dwivedi’s literature follows the same culture. Geeta, of which people seek the philosophy is the source of ancient Indian tradition of knowledge.

One well-known poet has written "Hindi literature is enriched with traditional value. We should be grateful to the ancient sages and the Wise for the knowledge, science, pure conduct, arts, and for all forms of literature." Indian literature is obliged to Vedas and it will always be because the warning by Yogavashistha for creating Indian literature is as prominent as Ashokastambha, which say without pure conduct Indian literature could not be created nor it will be created in the future, this is the first condition for creation of Indian literature, every potential writer believes in it, for example Valmiki, Ved Vyasa, or Rasik Bihari Manjul. Even the exegetist of Indian literature has to be holy and respectable like Maharshi Dayanand. Manu says listening, memory, holy conduct and satisfaction of soul are four characteristics of religion. The literary that lives these characteristics even in his literature is the ideal literary. Thus the origin of literature from any nation is seen be from the tradition of that nature, and universal literature is an example of this.

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 Title : The undecaying soul in Alphabets Author : Mr Vidhyadhar Tripathi

What is metaphysics of literature? Which elements of essence give life to literature and which elements of essence give birth to literature? The scholars have understood this and meditated over this and they have reached the conclusion that literature takes place through the tradition of the country in which it is being produced, the nation, and the religions associated to the nation. All the nations in the world take birth and grow in their own tradition.

The ancient Indian tradition first included knowledge, nature, truth, ideas, religion, deeds, and pure conduct. The Supreme Being Brahma first describes religious conduct, which is called "Shruti" (Veda, Scripture). The Shruti is the origin of entire vedic literature. The books made from this area called Vedas. These Vedas were further known as Shruti, Annay, Chhandas, Brahmas, Nigam, and elucidation. These Vedas took birth with nature because Lord Brahma who made the nature created Shruti and it was written by his thousandth son Chitragupta. Thus Vedas were based on spiritual theory and divine knowledge. Many Brahmin books were produced from one veda. To make these Vedas intelligible, a lot of stories were created, which were called "purunas". To define principles of Vedas, Upanishadas were created. This whole literature was created to understand Vedas. Kalpa, Jyotish, Chhandas, etc., were created in the same way. Complementary literature to Vedas was also created from Vedas, Upavedas, which contain the well-known Dhanurved, Gandharvaveda, Ayurveda, and Atharvaveda. These are called basics of Vedas. Vedadga were created after Vedas, which have education, Kalpa, grammar, Chhandas, and Jyotish (astrology). This literature is called vedic literature, which is also called Supernatural literature.

Conventional/popular literature

Now conventional poetry begins. The very first book of conventional literature is Ramayana by Maharishi Valmiki. Before this Valmiki Ramayana, 2-25 Ramayana were already written, which include Samrutha-Ramayana by Narada, Agastya-Ramayana by Maharshi Agasti, Lomas-Ramayana by Maharishi Lomus, Manjul-Ramayana by Muni Sutikshana, Soupadnya Ramayana by Maharishi Atri, Ramayana-Mahamala, souhard-Ramayana by Sharmas Rishi, Ramayana maniratna, Sourya Ramayana, Chandra-Ramayana, Maind-Ramayana, Swayambu-Ramayana, Subrahma-Ramayana, Survachas-Ramayana, Dev-Ramayana, Shravan-Ramayana, Durant-Ramayana and Ramayana-Champu,which are very popular, but today they are not available since they have lost over the time. All these Ramayanas show the tradition and culture in which Lord Shri Rama had led the life of Maryada Purushottam.

After Ramayana, Mahabharata was written by Veda Vyas, which is the biggest poetry of vedic culture. Geeta is a part of Mahabharata. In Geeta, Lord Shri Krishna gives the same divine advice to Arjuna which had been ablished over time, it was the knowledge and advice of culture and tradition. Lord Buddha had given re-birth to the same advice which had eloped with time. Thus, all the literature was created to give re-birth to some or other ancient tradition and culture till Kali Yuga (the last age).

Thus in entire literature, the inner spirit of Vedas is kept in three ways:
1) Karamkanda (science of rituals): Religious ceremony, which give either a
host or a sacrificer desired thing or piece after death.
2) Dnyanakanda (knowledge): It contains knowledge of facts and secrets from
earth, the next world, and the supreme being, which gives human completion
of his desires, thought of others, and salvation.
3) Worship: With worshipping, humans can get the desired things they want for
themselves and the way to salvation.

With the efforts of Swami Dayanand, in the precise from of Vedas, religious sacrifice is taken up. Fire sacrifice, mortification by pure and holy life and worshipping has been taken up by meditation, and established a new form of Vedas in front of people as if it is need of this age. A need of tradition. And in which nation, literature is born by the need of tradition.

Vedic tradition in India has given birth to enchantment literature, religious literature, literature of sacred shrine, and the literature of religious society, like Charvak Darshan, aaharta Darshan, Mimansa Darshan, and Vedant Darshan, Sankirna Boudhamata, Aahart Darshan, Mimansa Darshan, and Vedanta Darshan all represent tradition in some way. Even Brahma mata, Shaiva mata, Vaishnav, matam, Ganpatya mata, Saurmata, shakata mata all are reflections of some ancient Indian tradition. All 64 arts and 10 Mahavidyas have the origin of Indian tradition.

Hindi literature also has the base of vedic tradition. In "Kamayani" by Jayashankar Prasad, the life of first man Manu has been described, which is the most modern poetry of Hindi. In the same way, in the name the thousandth son of Lord Brahma, Chitragupta, one novel has been published, which is the image of Vedas.
Conclusion:

The vedic tradition which is followed by entire Indian literature, is described in the shloka (hymn) from Vishnu Purana. The great poet Maithili sharangupta’s "Bharatbharati" follows the same tradition. The well-known poet Sohanlal Dwivedi’s literature follows the same culture. Geeta, of which people seek the philosophy is the source of ancient Indian tradition of knowledge.

One well-known poet has written "Hindi literature is enriched with traditional value. We should be grateful to the ancient sages and the Wise for the knowledge, science, pure conduct, arts, and for all forms of literature." Indian literature is obliged to Vedas and it will always be because the warning by Yogavashistha for creating Indian literature is as prominent as Ashokastambha, which say without pure conduct Indian literature could not be created nor it will be created in the future, this is the first condition for creation of Indian literature, every potential writer believes in it, for example Valmiki, Ved Vyasa, or Rasik Bihari Manjul. Even the exegetist of Indian literature has to be holy and respectable like Maharshi Dayanand. Manu says listening, memory, holy conduct and satisfaction of soul are four characteristics of religion. The literary that lives these characteristics even in his literature is the ideal literary. Thus the origin of literature from any nation is seen be from the tradition of that nature, and universal literature is an example of this.

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