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Vedic tradition (vāˑ·dik tr·diˑ·shn),

n.pr the religious, philosophic, and cosmologic system that has as its source the
Vedas and
Upanishads of India. The Vedic tradition is characterized by an emphasis on the preeminence of the subjective, in which an unmanifest field of consciousness is regarded as the fundamental reality of both the individual and the cosmos. Vedic meditation techniques are inspired by and seek the direct experience and awareness of this field.
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The promoters of Vedic science propose a golden age of scientific thinking in India, which was then disturbed and disgraced by different invaders, with the "stolen" scientific knowledge ultimately finding its way west to Europe.
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For the millions of people who make their way to the Kumbh Mela, there's a conviction that runs deeper than faith, and each one's individual conviction combined results in an energy or force that "belongs to one and all, or to no one at all," says Beena Sharma, co-founder of Jyotish Shiromani International Organization of Astrology and Vedic Sciences.
He summarizes and extends his previous work on the Vedic sciences, with enlightening comparisons to early Greek, Chinese, and Babylonian sciences.
The fact that recent handbooks of Vedic culture and Hinduism contain significant sections on the Vedic sciences can be attributed in large part to the influence of Frits Staal.
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It charts the holy places of pilgrimage, elucidates on traditional festivals and focuses on Indian vedic sciences like ayurveda, yoga, astrology, crystal therapy and aroma therapy.