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Brahma’s Universe The Chronicle of Creation: as told in Jagaguruvabhavam of Pandit Madhusudan Ojha

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Brahmā is the central character of this book and through his forms, age and abodeand it outlines the story of our universe’s evolution. Written in verse form, the volume offers a unique rendering of the creation of ātmā, veda, prajā and dharma. It presents a remarkable insight into the ancient knowledge on rivers, mountains, eras and communities like Sādhyas and Maṇijas.

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ISBN 13 9788124610060
Book Language English
Binding Hardcover
Total Pages 241
Edition 1st
Release Year 2020
Publisher Shri Shankar Shikshayatan
Author Pandit Madhusudan Ojha, Kapil Kapoor, Santosh Kumar Shukla, Wilson John
Category Religion   Hinduism   Vedic Upanishad Studies  
Weight 650.00 g
Dimension 14.00 x 22.00 x 1.80


Renowned Vedic scholar, Pandit Madhusudan Ojha has presented in this volume a rich and ancient history of our world and civilization. Jagadguruvaibhavam, the final part of the trilogy authored by Ojhaji on various facets of Creation, is as much an insightful work on the Vedic knowledge contained in the Vedas and Puranas as also an exceptional example of his profound knowledge and wisdom. Indravijayah (Bharatavarsha: The India Narrative in English) and Devasurkhyati are the first two volumes on the subject. The Brahma’s Universe: The Chronicle of Creation is the English translation of Jagadguruvaibhavam prepared by a board of editors at Shri Shankar Shikshayatan headed by well-known Indologist, Prof. Kapil Kapoor. Brahma is the central character of this book and through his forms, age and abode, Ojhaji has outlined the story of our universe’s evolution. It was Brahma who perceived that, in this world, the source of energy is the surya or sun. All spiritual, metaphysical and supraphysical energies exist in the surya. The vital energy (prana), which gives life to all beings too is produced from the sun. Brahma recorded all these in granthas (volumes) that came to be known as the Vedas.