Let Us All Work For the Greatness Of India

History of India – The Vedic Age

1. History is commonly understood as “the study………………………essential but a very narrow ambit of man’s life.

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2. The Integral Spiritual Approach…………………………..human capacity without an inner change.

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3. An inner change can be brought about only………………………..ephemeral theories reaches our knowledge.

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4. To us who are dominated today by the prestige……………………..is bound to depart into the limbo of forgotten theories.

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5. With the acceptance of.. modern opinions………………………….mass of incoherence differently composed.

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6. In the light of the above, the only remaining basis………………….unfounded and far-fetched conclusions.

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9. At the root of all that we Hindus…………………………………………………………………succeeding ages have all been fed.

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10. The vedas are the roots of Indian…………………………….belief remains to be unshaken.

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12. Man, although living here in Bhu …………………………………..evolutionary and reactionary powers.

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13. A symbolic system of external sacrifice…………………………..can be attained only by yoga.

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14. The upanishads – an overview……………………..persistent Indian idea of the Dharma.

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15. Veda and Vedanta…………………………………………………..the generalisations of Vedanta were built.

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16. The philosophy of the upanishads……………………………what eagerness should not fill us to.

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17.  The History of the Veda and the Secret………………………………..His more secret works are becoming apparent.

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18.  The Physical Heredity…………………………………..the witnesses or the partakers.

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19. The Reign of Vedic Philosophies……………………………………..the early Rishis to their distant posterity.

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20. This vitalising core of philosophy, this………………………………………..by a conscious fulfilment to return.

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21. It is this wise and necessary institution…………………………………….brotherhood and equality.

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22. The Veda and the History of the Vedic Age………………………………………..will disappear and come to nothing.

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25.  The Supreme Importance of the Recovery…………………………………………….arrival more triumphant.

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26 (B) The True and the Only Means of the Recovery………………………………………by our lower instruments.

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27. We have, for instance, the remarkable…………………………………………..needed for our intellectual security.

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28. This method, by which, as I hold,…………………………………………….clear and steady use of the faculties.

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29. In three of the external aids…………………..that inmost secret Divinity within us.

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31. Yet these obscure and barbarous……………………………exist in the ancient sacred writings.

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32. (B) Sri Aurobindo’s Hypothesis………………………….to be found in the Vedic hymns.

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33. It was, therefore, with a double interest……………………………………action in all consecration of works.

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34. The offerings were more difficult………………………..remains still a secret.

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35. Historical Background – How the veda suffered…………………………………….the contents of inspiration.

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37. The hymns possess indeed a finished……………………………………………..the Robbers by the streams.

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39. Interpretation of the Veda by Indian Scholarship …………………………forwards into the penetralia.

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40. (iii) Swami Dayanand’s Interpretation of the Veda………………………………..failed to discover the right relations.

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41. Our first duty, therefore, is to determine……………………………………………a finely woven, yet straightforward tissue.

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42. According to my theory the outer sacrifice………………………………………produce results of a high importance.

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43. (A) The Three Necessary Processes…………………………………………..study of the Vedic hymns themselves.

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