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Mimansa: the secret of the sacred books The method of interpretation: the problem of action (Part - 2)
Introduction to the Mimansa The character of sacrifice: the method of interpretation
The problem of the Mimansa The method of interpretation (Part - 1)
The solution of the problem of the Mimansa The method of interpretation (Part - 2)
The law of dharma and the Vedas The method of interpretation (Part - 3)
The Vedas and the method of interpretation (Part - 1) The method of interpretation (Part - 4)
The Vedas and the method of interpretation (Part - 2) The method of interpretation: the law of action (Part - 1)
The law of action: the Vedas and their form Action and the mind: the method of interpretation
The law of action and the method of interpretation (Part - 1) Intelligent action and sacrifice: the method of interpretation
The law of action and the method of interpretation (Part - 2) The method of interpretation (Part - 5)
The law of action, need of knowledge, action and time Sacrifice and the intellect: the method of interpretation (Part - 1)
The law of action: how described in the Vedas Sacrifice and the intellect: the method of interpretation (Part - 2)
The language of the Vedas and how to understand it Sacrifice and the intellect: the method of interpretation (Part - 3)
The law of action The method of interpretation: the law of action (Part - 2)
The law of life in the Vedas: purpose in action and actionlessness The method of interpretation: Desire, Purpose and Action
Charity, desire and satisfaction The method of interpretation: Life and Action
Self-interest and natural desire: how to understand the Vedas The method of interpretation (Part - 6)
The method of interpretation: Nature, Sacrifice and the Soul The method of interpretation (Part - 7)
The problem of Action: the method of interpretation The method of interpretation (Part - 8)
Action, motive and the soul: the method of interpretation The method of interpretation: intellect and mind, sacrifice and satisfaction
Action, purpose and sacrifice: the method of interpretation The performance and renunciation of action: the method of interpretation
Action and purification: the method of interpretation The method of interpretation: the problem of desire
The kinds of Action: the method of interpretation Action, effort and result: the method of interpretation
Krama and the method of interpretation (Part - 1) The method of interpretation (Part - 9)
Krama and the method of interpretation (Part - 2) The instruments and object of action
The method of interpretation: the law of action The method of interpretation: the function of the intellect and the mind
Karma and the method of interpretation: Mind, intellect and the soul Sacrifice and intelligence: the instinct of creation
The problem of action The law of creation (Part - 1)
Law of action and inaction The law of creation (Part - 2)
Energy and action: the language of the Vedas Creation as a sacrifice: proof of the existence of the soul
The language of the Vedas: method of interpretation (Part - 1) Ritvij Priests
The language of the Vedas: method of interpretation (Part - 2) Jyotishtoma
The method of interpretation: the problem of action (Part - 1) The four castes
   
Hindu Philosophy and Religion The Yoga system
The problem of the sacred books Yoga and the means of attaining it
The solution of the problem of the sacred books The powers of Yoga
The systems of Hindu philosophy The Vedanta system
The Sankhya system Brahma and the soul
The law of action (Part-1) The logic of ideas
Function of the intellect and the mind The fundamental idea of Vedanta
The soul and freedom Rebirth and removal of sin
Observations on the Sankhya (Part-1) Science, philosophy, religion
Observations on the Sankhya (Part-2) The systems of religion
The Nyaya system Integration of ancient thought
The means of acquiring knowledge The essential idea of the sacred books
The objects to be known (Part-1) The ten incarnations of Vishnu
The objects to be known (Part-2) The meeting place of the systems of Brahma and Mahadeva
The Vaiseshika system The essence of Hinduism
The common properties of things The character of Sanskrt
Relation of objects through similarities and differences The plan of distribution
The factors of action Dictionary meanings of letters
Gunas or the attributes of things Consonants
The Mimansa system Kunti and Karna: an illustration
The Vedas and their subject matter Kunti and Pritha
The principle of method of interpretation Vasudeva and Kunti
How to understand the text (Part-1) Kunti and the sun
How to understand the text (Part-2) Kunti throws Karna into water
Illustrations Two meanings of the story of Kunti and Karna
   
The Bhagavad Gita Chapter 10: Vibhuti Yoga
Chapter 1: Arjuna Vishada Yoga Chapter 11: Visva Rupa Darshana Yoga
Chapter 2: Sankhya Yoga Chapter 12: Bhakti Yoga
Chapter 3: Karma Yoga Chapter 13: Ksetra Ksetrajna Vibhaga Yoga
Chapter 4: Jnana Karma Sanyasa Yoga Chapter 14: Guna Traya Vibhaga Yoga
Chapter 5: Sanyasa Yoga Chapter 15: Purushottama Yoga
Chapter 6: Dhyana Yoga Chapter 16: Daivasura Sampad Vibhaga Yoga
Chapter 7: Jnana Vijnana Yoga Chapter 17: Sraddha Traya Vibhaga Yoga
Chapter 8: Akshara Brahma Yoga Chapter 18: Sanyasa Yoga
Chapter 9: Raja Vidya Raja Guhya Yoga  
   
The Mystery of the Mahabharata Incarnations and Ages of Time
The Mahabharata: An Introduction The Course of Life and Death
The plan of the Sacred Works Theories and their application
Construction of the story of the Mahabharata Theory of Medicine
Characters of the story of the Mahabharata The Hindu Theory of Numbers
The story of the Mahabharata The Origin and Character of Sanskrt
Mahabharata and the gambling match Vowels and Consonants
Battle of Kurukshetra Test of Correctness
Krshna's deceit and Yudhisthira lie Meanings of the Letters of the Alphabet: Vowels
Death of Abhimanyu Meanings of the Letters of the Alphabet: Consonants
The meaning of the Mahabharata Meanings of the Letters of the Alphabet: Semi-Vowels
A new Language Structure of Sanskrt
The Systems of Hindu Thought The method of Interpretation
An Explanation (Part-1) The Hymns of the Vedas
Purusha and Prakrti Subject matter of the Vedas
Life as studied by ancient Hindus Caste System
Energies of creation and their manifest form Visvedevas
Energies of Life and Systems of Hindu Thought The Gods of the Vedas: Vrtra
Three points of view The Gods of the Vedas: Agni
The Unmanifest The Gods of the Vedas: Indra
Systems of Hindu Philosophy: Positions of the Golden Egg The Gods of the Vedas: Heaven and Earth
Vedanta Philosophy The Gods of the Vedas: Two Asvins
Yoga Philosophy The Gods of the Vedas: Soma and Rudra
Sankhya Philosophy The Gods of the Vedas: Varuna
The Golden Egg and the Universe The Gods of the Vedas: Vishnu
New Order of Planets The Gods of the Vedas: Vayu and Usas
Four Stages of Life Manifestation: Purushic and Prakrtic Ether The Gods of the Vedas: Maruts
   
The Mystery of the Mahabharata: Towards a better understanding The Sankhya in the Sutras (Part-2)
The Cell and the Universe Purva Mimamsa
The Science and Philosophy of the Vedas The basis of Purva Mimamsa
The Cell as a picture of Vedic Gods The Ascending and Descending Scale of Thought
The ancient idea of the Cell The essence of the Upanishads
The theory and its application The energies of Creation
Brahmanda and the Vedic Gods: Vrtra and Varuna Problems of Philosophy
Brahmanda and the Vedic Gods: Vishnu and Vayu The individual Soul and Systems of Philosophy
Brahmanda and the Vedic Gods: Indra and Agni The Soul and Prana or vital breath
Brahmanda and the Vedic Gods: Rudra and Soma The problem of Food
Brahmanda and the Vedic Gods: Dyaus and Prithvi and Two Asvins Buddhi
The unmanifest in the Cell Mind
Modern Science and Vedic Thought The senses of Knowledge
Sacred Authority: Soul and Food The senses of Action
The Cell and the story of Creation and Death Satapatha Brahmana or Creative Sacrifice
The Hindu Trinity The theory of Hindu Religion
Vedic Gods and systems of Philosophy The religion of Vishnu
Three Principal Systems Vaisnavism and other systems of religion
Nine Points of View The religion of Mahadeva
Vedic Gods and systems of Hindu Thought: Vedanta Saivism and other systems of religion
Vedanta in the Sutras The religion of Brahma
Vedic Gods and systems of Hindu Thought: Yoga The religion of Buddha
Yoga in the Sutras The Mahayana and Hinayana Schools
Vedic Gods and systems of Hindu Thought: Vaisesika The religion of Jaina
Vaisesika in the Sutras Jainism and other systems of religion
Vedic Gods and systems of Hindu Thought: Nyaya The Tantra or Sakti Worship
Nyaya in the Sutras Vedic Foundations of the Tantra
Vedic Gods and systems of Hindu Thought: The Sankhya Hindu Thought and the Holy Bible: The Old Testament
The Sankhya in the Sutras (Part-1) Hindu Thought and the Holy Bible: The New Testament
   
The Mystery of the Mahabharata: The story and essence of the Epic Asvamedha Parva: The sacrifice of the Horse
Introduction Asramavasika Parva: The death of Dhritarashtra
Adi Parva: The birth of Heroes Mausala Parva: The passing of Krshna
The house of Lac Mahaprasthana Parva: The passing of the Pandavas
The marriage of Draupadi Svargarohanika Parva: The ascent to Heaven
Three brides of Arjuna The problem of the Mahabharata
The burning of Khandavan forest The method of interpretation of the Mahabharata
Sabha Parva: The assembly hall of Yudhisthira The plan of the Mahabharata
The game of Dice The history of the Mahabharata
Vana Parva: In the forest The essence of the epic: Adi Parva
The mission of Arjuna The essence of the epic: Sabha Parva
The pilgrimage of the Pandavas The essence of the epic: Vana Parva
The period of Probation The essence of the epic: Virata Parva
Virata Parva: In the kingdom of Virata The essence of the epic: Udyoga Parva
Udyoga Parva: Preparations for War The essence of the epic: Bhishma Parva
The messengers of Peace The essence of the epic: Drona Parva
The mission of Krshna The essence of the epic: Karna Parva
The field of Battle The essence of the epic: Salya Parva
Bhishma Parva: Bhishma's battle of ten days The essence of the epic: Sauptika Parva
Drona Parva: Drona's battle of five days The essence of the epic: Stri Parva
Karna Parva: Karna's battle of two days The essence of the epic: Santi Parva and Anusasana Parva
Salya Parva: The defeat of Kauravas The essence of the epic: Asvamedha Parva
Sauptika Parva: The slaughter in sleep The essence of the epic: Asramavasika Parva
Stri Parva: The wail of Women The essence of the epic: Mausala Parva
Santi Parva: The philosophy of Peace The essence of the epic: Mahaprasthana Parva and Svargarohanika Parva
Anusasana Parva: The science of the Soul