Rigveda


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Rigveda

Herbal medicine
An ancient Hindu scripture which describes more than 1000 herbal remedies and their uses.
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So if we are to believe the story of the Rigveda, then Lahore was very much a major capital city of the Punjab 3,700 years ago.
Agrega (1977:19) que a lo largo de los siglos, el sanscrito evoluciono de manera muy restringida desde la aparicion del Rigveda, y atribuye esto a que sus cambios fueron frenados por el continuo uso liturgico de la lengua, por la vigilancia de los brahamanes y por los numerosos estudios que se hicieron de ella, los cuales tendian a mantenerla intacta.
The Rigveda tells us that the tie of marriage was necessary for becoming a householder performing sacrifices to Gods and begetting children (Shastri: 1990).
Mantles embroidered with gold, produced in these regions, are mentioned in the Rigveda.
La historia no es pasado: la Biblia, los Evangelios, el Coran, el Rigveda y el Tao nos habitan en el presente.
This old traditional system of health care using plants for treatment and curing was documented in the form of Rigveda and Ayurveda (Somvanshi, 2006).
Hindus profess to be Aryans citing the Rigveda as the oldest literature in the world.
For example Purushasukta in Rigveda, which describes the creation process, considers humans to be an integral part of the universal personality, "the entire creation is one and indivisible and entire universe constitutes a life unto which every aspect including the human is integrated" (Sharma, 2010, p.
The procedure dates back to 2000 BC and is scripted in RIGVEDA, the ancient Hindu book of medicine, but it was associated with a high mortality level (Goodall 1994).
It is clear from the outset that dialogue has multiple cultural origins in the great classical literatures of the world perhaps beginning with classical Indian literature in the form of dialogue hymns (samvada-suktas) of the Rigveda which are reputedly the earliest surviving form or genre and a precursor of Sanskrit drama, dating back to dating to roughly the 12th to 10th centuries BC.
Gilgamesh epos, Rigveda, Bhagavadgita, Lao-tzu, Aristophanes, Homer, Herodotus, Horace, Dante, Shakespeare, Voltaire, Chaucer, Hugo, Mickiewicz and many others).