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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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In Rig-Veda, water is, also, a way of purification: "Whatever sin is found in me, whatever evil I have wrought.
it is a subdivision of Adharvaveda, which is one amongst four important Vedas (Rig-Veda, Samaveda, Yajurveda, Adharvaveda).
For many cultures, the bird symbolically links heaven and earth and embodies, along with other "carriers," spiritual transmission ("the bird represents the soul escaping from the body, or to lesser degree, the intellect--'intelligence,' according to the Rig-Veda, 'is the swiftest of winged creatures.'") (6) Skillfully but inexpertly executed, these sketches evoke personal meditations as much as discrete examples of natural history, giving the films' treatise on life and death a subtly loopy flight plan.
Rig-Veda explains the "Rta", or "cosmic order" saying physical as well as moral laws govern the entire universe and that no transgression of these laws is allowed.
Rig-Veda. Ubersetzt und mit kritischen und erlauternden Anmerkungen versehen.
As the Rig-Veda (1.64.46) says, "There is a single Truth but the wise call it by different names."
The evidence that Aryans were initially given certain designated areas is provided by the Rig-Veda. It was only when Aryans over an extended period of time continued pouring in and got settled in quite a sizable number that their conflict with Dravidians simmering underneath the social surface burst open.
Rajan Zed further said that Rig-Veda, oldest existing scripture of mankind still in common use, pointed out: May the thoughts in our mind be always harmonious and tolerant towards others.
In the Vedic literature especially in Rig-Veda Samhita and some of the Upanishads we find the tree as metaphors signifying the near impenetrable world of metaphysics.
It finds mention in Rig-Veda, oldest existing scripture of mankind.
Whitney, "The Cosmogonic Hymn, Rig-Veda X.129," JAOS 11 (1882): cix-cxi; and the begrudging one in A.
Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, besides Gayatri Mantra, the most sacred mantra of Hinduism, also read from Bhagavad-Gita (Song of the Lord), Upanishads and Rig-Veda (oldest existing scripture of mankind) during his "benediction" on the occasion.