“The Vedas still represent eternal Truths in the Purest Form ever written”
Paul William Roberts –Oxford University Professor
VEDAS are meant to organize the society harmoniously of the followers of Sanatan Dharma and strictly prohibits individual gains in the pursuit of Dharma.
RV 1-97-8 has a Prayer to Manyu deva and Agni deva on WRATH “give us power not to become insensitive and silent spectators to social and moral evils and bestow us necessary wrath to fight against these evils”.

“O, God give me wrath against social criminals and non divine people (avarnas) and wake me up from the deep slumber of insensitivity.” Rig Veda

“OM Khamm Brahma” OM Thy name is God who is “Ek OM kar”- the only One God, Wise men describe Thee by many different names, including Vishwakarma- the Great Architect of the Universe..
Being Thy children let us all become Thy divine bureaucracy and help Thy Grand wondrous Design by becoming Paramjot- Carriers of divine and noble knowledge contained in Vedas
Dear Spiritual Brothers and Sisters,
Subject: Brief Description of the Supreme Reality in Vedas.
A number of hymns in the Vedas describe God in details. A few hymns can be mentioned for proper understanding of Nirguna Brahma who is the Universal God. Rig Veda 6-15-13 and 14 mentions that He is a pure illuminator, unifier and remover of all miseries, commands all to observe non-violence and other rules of righteousness, which are a-priori principles beyond any sense experience.
Rig-Veda 6-47-18 says that for each form, He is the Model. It is His Forms that are to be seen everywhere, in spiritual and material things. He exists in all animate and inanimate life/things but He is manifest in the human beings where He dwells in their hearts (Sama Veda 860). A similar description that He dwells in the human hearts is also there in Bhagavad-Gita, Srimad Bahgavatam and many other scriptures.
Rig Veda 1-9-5, 6 mentions, “He is the Lord of knowledge, infinite wisdom and material wealth”. He pervades the matter and the whole space (A.V.19-20-2). All the four Vedas describe that Thee and Thy laws (Rta) are the same. Those who follow His laws and commandments can realize Him in one birth. He is unborn (ajo) and incarnation of God as a human being is not visualized (Y.V.34-53, 40-8 and A.V. 10-23-4). He lives within you and you live within Him as one of His tiny living cells. .
The Vedic metaphysics contained in Upanishads tell us that He has no demand for material offerings, donations, blind, proxy and ostentatious worship but wants all the human beings to follow His laws (Rta) of social, moral and physical order and assist him in the maintenance of His Grand wondrous Design. Vedas tell us that all evils, corruption, bribery, naked selfishness and material desires are more rampant with people who do not follow His laws (Rta). Majority of such persons even create pollution of all kinds, environmental hazards, social and economic tensions in society and thus knowingly or unwittingly go against His laws and tend to create social, moral and physical disorder.
Vedas advise open discussions on religion, ethics, morality, divinity, soul, spirit and Prakrti in an assembly where all individuals are advised to participate. This august body in the Vedas is described as Vidhta. Being ineffable, He does not want the human beings to praise Him all the time about His attributes. As Sankracharya said, “even the words recoil to describe Him”. Categories, quantity, quality, colour and words cannot explain Him. Thus Vedas give great importance that we should know and understand Brahman.
He is an impersonal God, impartial and Unmoved Mover but moves the universe in a wondrous design. There are a number of hymns relating to Rta-laws of God, which Brahman observes and follows Himself sternly. He never breaks them and this result in equilibrium in the entire universe. There is a mention that even animals, birds, plants as well as all inanimate things follow these laws. The more you understand and love Him, the more you go away from ostentatious, blind and proxy worship of gods. The inert matter starts disappearing and you start realising that all human beings are spiritual brothers and sisters. Vedic God has only blessings and mercy for all His creation and no curse for His creatures. If an individual is leading a miserable life of stress, it is his/her own creation as the individuals are their own greatest friends and their own enemies.
This brief description is from Chapter 8 of “Glimpses of Vedic Metaphysics” available on Internet for on-line reading and even taking print at no-cost. The book is accessible through google.com or Yahoo.com or lulu.com as well as Website http://www.sabhlokcity.com/metaphysics/.
To strengthen Vedic Sanatan Dharma (eternal religion) kindly render divine social service and forward this e-mail to the seekers of Vedic knowledge.
With kind regards,
Yours Spiritual Brother
Prem .Sabhlok

 

3 Responses to “Vedas at your doorstep- bring them in with respect– Vedic Supreme Reality”

  1. Dr M Narayana Rao says:

    Grateful to you for the divine social service being done by you.
    I am working on a  project to explain scientifically that homams can replace the present day cloud seeding being  done in India at a huge cost .My analysis of emissions from Chandi homam revealed high concentrations of Zinc, Cadmium etc. I request you to give me references in Vedas where rain making is mentioned through homams and heavy metal emissions.

  2. Kumar says:

    Dear Premji,
    Namaste.  I have been reading your essays in the FHRS_USA newsletter for a few years now.  Today I have downloaded your ebook Vedic Metaphysics and look forward to reading it soon.  Thanks for your thoughtful and insightful writings on the Vedas, and most recently on the crisis of corruption in India.  You are absolutely right that the Vedas give us solutions to these problems, if only we choose to listen to the voice of the rishis.
    Hope the Vedic wisdom will inspire us to make our way out of the darkness we are in today.
    Regards, and with appreciation for your service through your writings,
    Kumar Sharma
    PS: I follow Sri Aurobindo's teachings on the esoteric meaning of the Vedas.  What is your view on that line of interpretation?

  3. Kudos to you for your oustanding knowledge in Vedas.

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