By Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Charles A. Moore
Here are the manager riches of greater than 3,000 years of Indian philosophical thought-the historical Vedas, the Upanisads, the epics, the treatises of the heterodox and orthodox structures, the commentaries of the scholastic interval, and the modern writings. Introductions and interpretive commentaries are provided.
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One hides the gloom of the surrounding parents. Dawn on her shining chariot is resplendent. 8. The same in form to-day, the same to-morrow, they still keep V aruna’s eternal statute.. . 9. . The maiden breaketh not the law of Order, day by day coming to the place appointed. 13. Obedient to the rein [mV] of Law Eternal give us each thought that more and more shall bless us.. . 4 (Oldenberg) 7. I catch hold of the two divine Hotrs first1. The seven strong ones rejoice according to their wont.
136 (Griffith) 2. The munis,2 girdled with the wind, wear garments soiled of yellow hue. They, following the wind’s swift course, go where the gods have gone before. 3. Transported with our muniixood we have pressed on into the winds: You therefore, mortal men, behold our natural bodies and no more. 4. The muni, made associate in the holy work of every god, Looking upon all varied forms flies through the region of the air. 5. The steed of Vata, Vayu’s friend, the muni, by the gods impelled, In both the oceans hath his home, in eastern and in western sea.
The maiden breaketh not the law of Order, day by day coming to the place appointed. 13. Obedient to the rein [mV] of Law Eternal give us each thought that more and more shall bless us.. . 4 (Oldenberg) 7. I catch hold of the two divine Hotrs first1. The seven strong ones rejoice according to their wont. Teaching the right, they proclaim the right, the guardians of law, contemplating the law. 28 (Griffith) 4. He made them flow, the Aditya, the Sustainer: the rivers run by V aruna’s commandment.
A Source Book in Indian Philosophy by Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Charles A. Moore