Iniciacion a los Veda

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The Vedas, in addition to making up one of India’s first literary documents, are one of humanity’s most ancient corpora of religious literature. Raimon Panikkar, who dedicated 10 years of his life to translating them and providing commentary, considered them to be one of the most beautiful manifestations of the Spirit, and this anthology is a compendium of the Vedic revelation understood as an unveiling of the depths that still resonate among individuals. Via a selection of Vedic hymns, this book proposes an ...

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Overview

The Vedas, in addition to making up one of India’s first literary documents, are one of humanity’s most ancient corpora of religious literature. Raimon Panikkar, who dedicated 10 years of his life to translating them and providing commentary, considered them to be one of the most beautiful manifestations of the Spirit, and this anthology is a compendium of the Vedic revelation understood as an unveiling of the depths that still resonate among individuals. Via a selection of Vedic hymns, this book proposes an authentic voyage of discovery that, following the rhythms of cosmic life, will lead to the birth of true Life in its readers.

 

Los Veda, además de constituir uno de los primeros documentos literarios de la India, son uno de los corpus de literatura religiosa más antiguos de la humanidad. Raimon Panikkar, quien dedicó 10 años de su vida a traducirlos y comentarlos, los consideraba una de las manifestaciones más bellas del Espíritu, y esta antología es un compendio de la revelación védica entendida como el desvelar de las profundidades que siguen resonando entre las personas. A partir de una selección de himnos védicos, este libro propone un auténtico camino iniciático que, siguiendo el ritmo de la vida del cosmos, llevará al nacimiento de la verdadera Vida en el lector.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788492416387
  • Publisher: Fragmenta Editorial
  • Publication date: 10/1/2012
  • Language: Spanish
  • Series: Fragmentos
  • Pages: 104
  • Product dimensions: 4.20 (w) x 6.90 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Raimon Panikkar, son of an Indian and Hindu father and of a Catalonian and Christian mother, was one of the most well-respected voices of contemporary thought due to his contributions to intercultural and interreligious dialogue. He was a professor of philosophy and theology at various universities throughout Europe, India, and the United States. Laia Villegas is a translator, Sanskrit scholar, and specialist in Hindu philosophy.

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