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MIMANSA: THE SECRET OF THE SACRED BOOKS


The main reason for the publication of this website, is to make you (the reader) aware of the Mimansa, a study of the secret of the sacred books of the Hindus; that is the Vedas.

Mimansa means a reverent study leading to a scientific quest of truth. This search for truth leads us to the solution of the great problems of life, and has engaged us for thousands of years. The real problem of life is the attainment of happiness and the avoidance of misery and pain. Our ancestors before us have reflected and contemplated on these aspects of life and realized that pleasure is but a passing phase in an endless stream of pain. They concluded that, permanent happiness can only be attained with the total extinction of pain.

We expect, that after studying the material given on the various pages of our website listed below, you would be more aware and better prepared with respect to your life's plans and decisions you would take in this regard.

It is important to refer to the teachings of our ancestors, however when it comes to our real life and its experiences the visitor would be well advised to introspect and gain new insights from the world to make realistic decisions for the betterment of his or her own life. The visitor would realize that all this knowledge and information and more is available in the environment. He or she is required only to find it before making his or her decisions with respect to improving present life circumstances. We would like to bring to your attention that, we have segregated the content to our website into their relevant and various parts and can be access at Hindu Philosophy and Religion; The Bhagavad Gita; The Mystery of the Mahabharata; The Mystery of the Mahabharata: Towards a better understanding and The Mystery of the Mahabharata: The story and essence of the Epic. This endeavor of adding new and relevant to the context content would continue in the future.

TABLE OF CONTENT

Introduction to the Mimansa The method of interpretation (Part - 1)
The problem of the Mimansa The method of interpretation (Part - 2)
The solution of the problem of the Mimansa The method of interpretation (Part - 3)
The law of dharma and the Vedas The method of interpretation (Part - 4)
The Vedas and the method of interpretation (Part - 1) The method of interpretation: the law of action (Part - 1)
The Vedas and the method of interpretation (Part - 2) Action and the mind: the method of interpretation
The law of action: the Vedas and their form Intelligent action and sacrifice: the method of interpretation
The law of action and the method of interpretation (Part - 1) The method of interpretation (Part - 5)
The law of action and the method of interpretation (Part - 2) Sacrifice and the intellect: the method of interpretation (Part - 1)
The law of action, need of knowledge, action and time Sacrifice and the intellect: the method of interpretation (Part - 2)
The law of action: how described in the Vedas Sacrifice and the intellect: the method of interpretation (Part - 3)
The language of the Vedas and how to understand it The method of interpretation: the law of action (Part - 2)
The law of action The method of interpretation: Desire, Purpose and Action
The law of life in the Vedas: purpose in action and actionlessness The method of interpretation: Life and Action
Charity, desire and satisfaction The method of interpretation (Part - 6)
Self-interest and natural desire: how to understand the Vedas The method of interpretation (Part - 7)
The method of interpretation: Nature, Sacrifice and the Soul The method of interpretation (Part - 8)
The problem of Action: the method of interpretation The method of interpretation: intellect and mind, sacrifice and satisfaction
Action, motive and the soul: the method of interpretation The performance and renunciation of action: the method of interpretation
Action, purpose and sacrifice: the method of interpretation The method of interpretation: the problem of desire
Action and purification: the method of interpretation Action, effort and result: the method of interpretation
The kinds of Action: the method of interpretation The method of interpretation (Part - 9)
Krama and the method of interpretation (Part - 1) The instruments and object of action
Krama and the method of interpretation (Part - 2) The method of interpretation: the function of the intellect and the mind
The method of interpretation: the law of action Sacrifice and intelligence: the instinct of creation
Karma and the method of interpretation: Mind, intellect and the soul The law of creation (Part - 1)
The problem of action The law of creation (Part - 2)
Law of action and inaction Creation as a sacrifice: proof of the existence of the soul
Energy and action: the language of the Vedas Ritvij Priests
The language of the Vedas: method of interpretation (Part - 1) Jyotishtoma
The language of the Vedas: method of interpretation (Part - 2) The four castes
The method of interpretation: the problem of action (Part - 1) Hindu Philosophy and Religion | The Bhagavad Gita | The Mystery of the Mahabharata
The method of interpretation: the problem of action (Part - 2) The Mystery of the Mahabharata: Towards a better understanding
The character of sacrifice: the method of interpretation The Mystery of the Mahabharata: The story and essence of the Epic