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By Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Charles A. Moore
Here are the executive riches of greater than 3,000 years of Indian philosophical thought-the historic Vedas, the Upanisads, the epics, the treatises of the heterodox and orthodox platforms, the commentaries of the scholastic interval, and the modern writings. Introductions and interpretive commentaries are provided.
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The Rg Veda Samhita is a collection which represents the thought of several generations of thinkers, and this fact accounts both for the heterogeneity of the hymns and also for the different strata of thought which indicate marked development from “ polytheistic9’ religion to monistic philosophy. The Rg Veda, which comprises 1,017 hymns divided into ten books, represents the earliest phase of the evolution of religious consciousness, where we have-not so much commandments of priests as the outpourings of poetic minds who are struck by the immensity of the universe and the inexhaustible mystery of life.
Abstract qualities like Sraddha (faith), Manyu (anger), Gandharvas (fairies), Apsaras (heavenly damsels), and forest and field spirits were also included. Though the Rg Veda speaks of a plurality of gods, when worship is accorded to any one of them, he becomes the chief god, the creator, preserver, and judge (or destroyer) of the universe. As several gods are exalted to this high place, the tendency is called henotheism, as distinct from monotheism where only one God is exalted as the highest. The attributes of creation, preservation, and judgment (or destruction), it was felt early, could not be separated and ascribed to different deities.
With reverence I declare the law, O Agni; what is, comes by thine order, Jatavedas [Agni]. 23 (Griffith) 15. Brhaspati, that which the foe deserves not, which shines among the folk effectual, splendid, That, Son of Law! which is with might refulgent—that treasure : wonderful bestow thou on us. 21 (Griffith) 1. May Indra come to us for our protection; here be the Hero praised, our feast-companion. May he whose powers are many, waxen mighty, cherish, like Dyaus, his own supreme dominion. 2. Here magnify his great heroic exploits, most glorious one, enriching men with bounties, Whose will is like a sovran in assembly, who rules the people, conqueror, all-surpassing.
A Source Book in Indian Philosophy by Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Charles A. Moore