Summarized teaching by Kowsiga of Anatma based on Tatva Bodha as taught by Swami Paramarthananda.
Two bird imagery illustrates the relationship between atma and Brahman and is found in Rig Veda and Mundaka Upanishads.
Many websites promote segments of Michael Wood’s History of India as proving beyond a reasonable doubt that people of India had nothing to do with Rig Veda or Sanskrit and they both were brought by outsiders – presumably Europeans. I finally ran into one blog that exposed the reasons behind such conclusions.
I was more interested in Upanishads and Rig Veda as my repltilian brain considered Upanishads and Rig Veda to be superior and more sacred – until Swami Paramarthananda insisted that I study Baghwat Gita…
We may consider the art of leadership as relatively modern. But many of the tenets of leadership are rooted in the scriptures.
The 2008 documentary “Story of India” concludes Rig Veda originated outside of Indian Subcontinent. This conclusion ignores many other evidence to the contrary and perpetuates the unproven theories proposed by European scholars in the 19th century.
Asiatic Society of India in 1990 and in 2008
Purursha Sukta in Sanskrit followed by phonetic English with Sanskrit recital in YouTube
Liettral translation of 90th hymn of tenth mandala of Rig Veda by Mr. Sundarraj. From his book “RG Vedic Studies”
Translation of Purusha Sukta; from Ralph. T. H. Griffith book “Hymns of the RiGveda”, 1892