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The Sacred Laws of the Âryas
The Sacred Laws of the Aryas, vol. 1 of 2. The sacred laws of the Aryas as taught in the school of Apastamba and Gautama. This is a reprint of 1879 Oxford, The Clarendon Press on Sacred Books of the... More > East.
Translated by Georg Bühler, In 1858 he received his doctorate in eastern languages and archaeology. While in England, he also studied Vedic manuscripts at the India Office and the Bodleian Library at Oxford University. He also became a Professor of Oriental Languages at the Elphinstone College, Bombay. During his time in India, he collected a remarkable number of texts for the Indian government and the libraries of Berlin, Cambridge University, and Oxford University.
This book also provides some introduction to the Âpastamba and Gautama. The Sacred Laws of the Âryas as taught in the schools of
Âpastamba, Gautama, Vâsishtha and Budhayana from the translated work of Georg Bühler. Published by the The Clarendon Press 1879.< Less
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The Yoga Vasishta of Valmiki is considered the most authoritative exposition of non-dualist (Advaita) philosophy, the spiritual realization that all is one. Written down in the 11th to 14th Centuries... More > AD, the work dates back thousands of years and is attributed to the ancient Sage Valmiki.
Yoga Vasishta is among the rare scriptures that accurately reflects the teaching of a Self-realized yogi. It is the story of Prince Rama, the incarnation of god, who has become disillusioned with everything the world has to offer. Over twenty-two days, Sage Vasishta answers Rama's questions about the nature of reality, illustrating with fascinating stories, until Rama attains samadhi (enlightenment) and Self realization.
This is the complete, unabridged 1891 translation by V. L. Mitra, revised to make it more readable in modern English.< Less