RigVeda and the Indian Systems of Approach to the One

H.B.Dave hbd at DDIT.ERNET.IN
Wed Jul 19 03:07:31 CDT 2000

Vidyasankar Sundaresan wrote:

> H.B.Dave <hbd at DDIT.ERNET.IN> wrote:
> >Yes, you are very much right. The .rtvik mentioned in Chhandogya and
> B.rhad. up.
> >have the same interpretation.
> In this connection, note the interesting comparison made by Sankaracarya,
> between Atman and the silent brahma priest, who is a witness of the yajna
> and does not take part in it.
> With Ravi, I feel multiple levels of interpretation are possible. It is
> not that one is wrong and another is right absolutely - they are just
> applicable in different ways, depending on the aptitude of the sAdhaka.

If you read my example "eagle has landed." posting no.2, I have explained
this  and
stated this clearly.

> Vidyasankar

Best wishes,
-- Hinanshu

bhava shankara deshikame sharaNam

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