Rishis And Rishikas [NOOK Book]

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Rishis And Rishikas
by Prof. Shrikant Prasoon

Know the Rishis and Rishikas, the early creations and their descendents, the wise men and women of the unknown and unfathomable eons, that were the embodiments of knowledge and sublimity, purity and humanity and compassion and humility. They were great scientists, discoverers, and research guides; and inventors of food-grain to fruits and flowers; of ploughs and ...
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Overview

Rishis And Rishikas
by Prof. Shrikant Prasoon

Know the Rishis and Rishikas, the early creations and their descendents, the wise men and women of the unknown and unfathomable eons, that were the embodiments of knowledge and sublimity, purity and humanity and compassion and humility. They were great scientists, discoverers, and research guides; and inventors of food-grain to fruits and flowers; of ploughs and yoke to Ayurveda and herbal medicines; from boats and ships to road-transports and planes; of everything that we possess today, from celestial bodies to metaphysics, geometry, trigonometry, algebra and photography, and numerous other things. We are proud of them and their gifts.

Know the Rishis and Rishikas that knew and taught all about the earth and universe; planets and constellation; climate, seasons and meteorology, clouds, rain, water, fire, space and soil. They gave us the ways of constructing huts and ashramas to temples and palaces, and made us know the physical body and spiritual self, the outer reality and the inner truth, and taught us the ways of health, wealth, peace, pleasure and prosperity.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012699848
  • Publisher: Apps Publisher
  • Publication date: 1/12/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Prof. Shrikant Prasoon is a reader, teacher, thinker, poet and above all, a humanist. The more he reads and thinks, the more he writes on varied topics, but with one aim – \'to show man the need of Nature and natural life\'. He believes that all religions are integral and inseparable, living and developing parts of one basic religion called Humanism; and all the systems are an outcome of the greatest celestial system, which is devised and regulated by the Unseen and Unknown Creator. A retired Professor of English, Prof. Prasoon writes in Hindi and also in Samskrit with equal ease. His recent books are Knowing Buddha, Knowing Guru Nanak, Indian Scriptures, Panch Mahabhuta Tatwa and Sharira, Chanakya, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Absorbing Buddha, On Management, Knowing Kabir, Hinduism: Clarified and Simplified, Indian Saints and Sages and 16 Hindu Samskars. He can be reached at www.shrikantprasoon.com
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  • Posted March 15, 2012

    Intense book for serious readers of vedic literature

    I enjoyed reading the book for its precise and informative way for overing such a vas subject of vedic rishis and rishikas. It is a good point of reference to keep going back and forth as many risihis are interconnected through their work, gotra or something or the other. Planning to read his "Indian Saints and Sages"

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