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Pages in category "Vedic Conception"
The following 20 pages are in this category, out of 20 total.
- According to the Vedic concept, there are two kinds of mixed family heritage, called anuloma and pratiloma
- According to the Vedic conception of family life, the husband gives half his body to his wife, and the wife gives half of her body to her husband
- According to Vedic conception woman is never offered leadership. But experience has shown that woman's leadership has not been successful
- According to Vedic conception, the animals, they are also members of your family
- According to Vedic conception, the material nature, mother, is worshiped
- According to Vedic religion, Vedic conception, every planet contains living entities. That is also very natural to conclude because within this material world, everything is made of five elements, gross: earth, water, fire, air, and sky
- The conception of Vedic civilization was that people used to be satisfied on agricultural produce and for three months working during rainy season. So they get some agriculture produce and they used to eat the whole year
- The Vedic concept of the commander is that he must be in front in the fight, not that he sit back behind the lines
- The Vedic conception of civilization is the perfect for human society
- The woman, the cow, the brahmana, the children - they are meant for absolute protection. That is the Vedic conception
- We cannot conceive equal rights of purusa and prakrti. That is not Vedic conception. Vedic conception is purusa, the superior, Supreme, and prakrti means subordinate
- When the father is going to give birth to the child, he has to undergo a ritualistic ceremony, which is called garbhadhana-samskara, seed-giving ceremony. That is the Vedic function. But in the Kali-yuga all these samskaras are not followed strictly
- Why particularly cow is protected? Because milk is very essential food for the human society, therefore cow protection is the duty of the human society. That is the conception of Vedic literature