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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according Agni ancient aphorism appears attained beginning Brahma called cause character cloth commentary commentator Compare competent composed connection consequence containing created creation deities derived desire distinction divine doctrine Edited English established eternal existence explained expression fact four further given gods GRAMMAR History hymns Illustrations Indian Indra ityādi knowledge LANGUAGE letters Manu means mind names nature Notes objects omniscient opinion Oriental origin particular passage persons possess praises prayer produced Prof Professor proof proved question quoted reason referred regard relation remarks Rig-veda rishis Royal sacred sages Sankara Sānkhya Sanskrit Second sense sentences Series sewed Society soul sound Sūtra tathā texts thee things thou Translated universe Upanishads uttered various Veda Vedic verses viii Volume words Yajush
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