Original Sanskrit Texts on the Origin and History of the People of India: The Vedas: opinions of their authors and of later Indian writers on their origin, inspiration, and authority. 2d ed., rev. and enl. (2d impression) 1873
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adduce ĉther Agni āha ancient Angiras aphorism asya ataḥ ātmā ayam bhavati Brahma Sūtras Brāhmaṇa cloth commentary Crown 8vo Darśanas declared deities Demy 8vo divine doctrine Edited English etad eternal evam existence F. J. FURNIVALL gods GRAMMAR hymns idam Indian Indra Isvara iti chet Itihāsas ity arthaḥ ityādi Jaimini Kapila katham knowledge LANGUAGE Mahābhārata manasā mantras Manu means Mīmānsakas na cha naḥ nāma Nirukta Nyaya objects omniscient origin param passage persons Pradhana praises prāmānyam prayer Prof Professor Purana Purusha quoted reference regard Rig-veda rishis sacred sacrifice sages Sama-veda Sankara Sankhya Sanskrit sense sewed Smriti Soma soul sound śruti Sutra tasmād tasya tathā tatra tena thee thou Translated Trübner's Oriental Series uchyate uktam Upanishads uttered Veda vedāḥ Vedanta vedasya Vedic verses viii Vishnu words yaḥ Yajur-veda Yajush yathā
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