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  • But usually the term veda applies only to the four collections (Samhitas) of hymns and prayers composed for different ritualistic purposes: the

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 15: Tournely-Zwirner

  • By the way, the same word, bóveda, is used to describe the shape of the heavens ... la bóveda del cielo.

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  • VEDAS: spiritual texts that provide the foundation to Hinduism and its way of life; veda is Sanskrit for “knowledge”

    The Power of Vastu Living

  • Vastu, which is the inspiration behind the Chinese tradition of feng shui, originated in the Indian subcontinent during the flourishing Vedic civilization, which many scholars and archaeologists now date back as early as 6000 B.C. The word Vedic comes from veda, a Sanskrit word that means “knowledge.”

    The Power of Vastu Living

  • According to the Bhagavad-gītā (2.42, 7.15), mistaken mundane educators are known as veda-vāda-rata and māyayāpahṛta-jñāna.

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  • It seems someone is confusing the "veda" or ban that was temporarily put in place back last summer because of the contaminated shrimp from the shrimp farms in Agua Verde and Caimanero (located south between Mazatlán and El Rosario).

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  • That evening I wore a tight fitting maroon t-shirt with the word "veda" written in yellow down the side in a stylish, cursive script.

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  • Mundaka), viz. in the passage, 'this is explained already by the Veda - observance' (which extends the details of the sirovrata, there called veda-vrata, to other observances).

    The Vedanta-Sutras with the Commentary by Ramanuja — Sacred Books of the East, Volume 48

  • The word "vision" stems from videre "to see," from Proto-Indo-European base weid - which means "to know, to see" (e.g. Sankrit veda "I know").

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  • In the same manner, Dayakrishna13 critically considers the myths about Indian philosophy that are influencing the writers in the conception and presentation of Indian philosophy i.e, 'Indian philosophy is exclusively spiritual', ‘the acceptance of authority of veda’, and ‘development and classification of Indian philosophical schools’.

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  • Also a kind of bread found Scotland and Ireland.

    March 26, 2008