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Dr. R.L. Kashyap is Professor Emeritus of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana in USA. He had his Master’s degree from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and obtained Ph.D. from Harvard University. He is the recipient of many International awards. In 2003 he has received Vedanga Vidvan award instituted by Maharshi Sandipani Vedavidya Pratishthan (Ujjain), an autonomous body of HRID, Govt. of India and ‘Jnana Keerti’ award instituted by Harsha Kriya Foundation, Bangalore.

He has authored more than 350 research articles of which 220 are published in scholarly journals and the rest were presented at conferences. He has guided over 50 doctoral students.

He has written extensively on Veda. Some of his widely read books on Veda are: ‘Krishna Yajur Veda Taittiriya Samhita’ (3 Volumes), ‘Rig Veda Samhita – (12 volumes) ‘Why Read Rig Veda’, ‘Rudra mantras’, ‘Essentials of Rig Veda’, ‘Essentials of Yajur Veda’, ‘Essentials of Sama Veda’, ‘Essentials of Atharva Veda’, ‘Work Enjoyment & Progress’.

He is the Honorary Director of Sri Aurobindo Kapali Sastry Institute of Vedic Culture, Bangalore.

 

Foreword

I am indeed happy to pen this ‘Foreword’ to the Rig Veda Samhita: Ninth Mandala, published by SAKSI.

Many of you all know that Sri Aurobindo Kapali Sastry Institute of Vedic Culture (SAKSI) is primarily engaged (among other objectives) in disseminating the Vedic (traditional) knowledge to the common man for harmonizing both the spiritual and worldly aspects of life in a humble way. As of now the number of their publications has crossed 130.

The important aspect to be noted here is that the target reader is the common man and not the well-read scholar. Further the institution has drawn inspiration from the great spiritual savants and scholars like Sri Aurobindo, Sri Kapali Sastry and the like, all of whom were the strong advocates of enabling the most as the must of the hour.

We, at the Academy of Sanskrit Research, Melkote, (which is also engaged in similar tasks and has to its credit of over 75 publications) take pride in associating with the noble task of SAKSI through our contribution in the form of printing the research/translation works of the Professor Emeritus Vedanga Vidwan Dr. R. L. Kashyap related to different ‘Samhitas’ of Rig & Yajur Vedas in English & Kannada to begin with.

This contains the text and translation and notes on all the mantra-s in the sukta 51 to 121 of the first Mandala or Rig Veda Samhita. These 771 mantra-s introduce the main topics in the entire Rig Veda. The basis of Kashyap’s work is the well known Bhashya in Samskrt on these 71 sukta-s with the title, Siddhanjana, by Sri T.V. Kapali Sastry. I am sure this publication will be well received by the readers who have inclination to join the great spiritual movement individually and collectively.

For the kind information o the readers of the series, we wish to inform that it is our joint endeavour that all the 10 Mandalas will be released one by one. There are several interesting essays in this book dealing with the symbolism of the Gods, Yajna and the overview of Rig Veda based on the ideas of Sri Aurobindao.

 

Contents

 

i Foreword by Revered Bhashyam Swamyji v
ii Acknowledgments vi
iii Note to the Readers vii
iv Titles of the Sukta-s: 51-121 viii
v Deities in Sukta-s: 51-121 xi
vi Rishis of the Sukta-s: 51-121 xi
vii Overview of the 71 Sukta-s xii
viii Symbolism of the Gods xvi
ix Soma Common Words xviii
x Abbreviations xx

 

I. Test, Translation and Notes of 771 mantras

 

Savya

Section Suktas Rishi Page
VII 51-57   1
VIII 58-64 Nodha 42
IX 65-73 Parashara 84
X 74-93 Gotama 124
XI 94-115 Kutsa and others 226
XII 116-121 Kakshivan 351

 

II. Appendics

 

1. References 403
2. Subject Index 406
3. Index of Sanskrit Words 407
4. Note on Transliteration 412
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Dr. R.L. Kashyap is Professor Emeritus of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana in USA. He had his Master’s degree from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and obtained Ph.D. from Harvard University. He is the recipient of many International awards. In 2003 he has received Vedanga Vidvan award instituted by Maharshi Sandipani Vedavidya Pratishthan (Ujjain), an autonomous body of HRID, Govt. of India and ‘Jnana Keerti’ award instituted by Harsha Kriya Foundation, Bangalore.

He has authored more than 350 research articles of which 220 are published in scholarly journals and the rest were presented at conferences. He has guided over 50 doctoral students.

He has written extensively on Veda. Some of his widely read books on Veda are: ‘Krishna Yajur Veda Taittiriya Samhita’ (3 Volumes), ‘Rig Veda Samhita – (12 volumes) ‘Why Read Rig Veda’, ‘Rudra mantras’, ‘Essentials of Rig Veda’, ‘Essentials of Yajur Veda’, ‘Essentials of Sama Veda’, ‘Essentials of Atharva Veda’, ‘Work Enjoyment & Progress’.

He is the Honorary Director of Sri Aurobindo Kapali Sastry Institute of Vedic Culture, Bangalore.

 

Foreword

I am indeed happy to pen this ‘Foreword’ to the Rig Veda Samhita: Ninth Mandala, published by SAKSI.

Many of you all know that Sri Aurobindo Kapali Sastry Institute of Vedic Culture (SAKSI) is primarily engaged (among other objectives) in disseminating the Vedic (traditional) knowledge to the common man for harmonizing both the spiritual and worldly aspects of life in a humble way. As of now the number of their publications has crossed 130.

The important aspect to be noted here is that the target reader is the common man and not the well-read scholar. Further the institution has drawn inspiration from the great spiritual savants and scholars like Sri Aurobindo, Sri Kapali Sastry and the like, all of whom were the strong advocates of enabling the most as the must of the hour.

We, at the Academy of Sanskrit Research, Melkote, (which is also engaged in similar tasks and has to its credit of over 75 publications) take pride in associating with the noble task of SAKSI through our contribution in the form of printing the research/translation works of the Professor Emeritus Vedanga Vidwan Dr. R. L. Kashyap related to different ‘Samhitas’ of Rig & Yajur Vedas in English & Kannada to begin with.

This contains the text and translation and notes on all the mantra-s in the sukta 51 to 121 of the first Mandala or Rig Veda Samhita. These 771 mantra-s introduce the main topics in the entire Rig Veda. The basis of Kashyap’s work is the well known Bhashya in Samskrt on these 71 sukta-s with the title, Siddhanjana, by Sri T.V. Kapali Sastry. I am sure this publication will be well received by the readers who have inclination to join the great spiritual movement individually and collectively.

For the kind information o the readers of the series, we wish to inform that it is our joint endeavour that all the 10 Mandalas will be released one by one. There are several interesting essays in this book dealing with the symbolism of the Gods, Yajna and the overview of Rig Veda based on the ideas of Sri Aurobindao.

 

Contents

 

i Foreword by Revered Bhashyam Swamyji v
ii Acknowledgments vi
iii Note to the Readers vii
iv Titles of the Sukta-s: 51-121 viii
v Deities in Sukta-s: 51-121 xi
vi Rishis of the Sukta-s: 51-121 xi
vii Overview of the 71 Sukta-s xii
viii Symbolism of the Gods xvi
ix Soma Common Words xviii
x Abbreviations xx

 

I. Test, Translation and Notes of 771 mantras

 

Savya

Section Suktas Rishi Page
VII 51-57   1
VIII 58-64 Nodha 42
IX 65-73 Parashara 84
X 74-93 Gotama 124
XI 94-115 Kutsa and others 226
XII 116-121 Kakshivan 351

 

II. Appendics

 

1. References 403
2. Subject Index 406
3. Index of Sanskrit Words 407
4. Note on Transliteration 412
Sample Pages


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