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Vedic Literature Collection    
Our collection of primary Vedic Literature texts provides an essential resource for the achievement of the University’s educational goals. In his 1994 book, Vedic Knowledge for Everyone, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi relates the significance of reading the Vedic Literature:

“Every aspect of the Vedic Literature expresses a specific quality of consciousness. Reading every aspect of the Vedic Literature as it flows and progresses in perfect sequential order has the effect of regulating and balancing the functioning of the brain physiology and training consciousness, the mind, always to flow in perfect accordance with the evolutionary direction of Natural Law.”

“This training of the mind fulfills the purpose of education by fully training the student to think and act spontaneously according to Natural Law.” (pages 144-145)

“The sequence in which the different aspects of the Vedic Literature emerge from Rk Veda presents that perfect order which is at the basis of the eternal, absolute order of the universe.”

“It is this order that becomes lively in the intellect of the student; it is due to this order that the infinite organizing power of pure knowledge, made lively through the study of consciousness, spontaneously renders all thought, speech, and behaviour of the student in perfect order, and develops the qualities of fully enlightened, creative leadership in all aspects of his daily life.” (page 131)

Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Vedic Knowledge for Everyone; Maharishi Vedic University Press, Vlodrop, Holland, 1994; ISBN 90-71750-17-5.
Branches of the Vedic Literature — Shelf Location Call Numbers    
Rik Veda [PK3000-3009]; Sama Veda [PK3020-3029]; Yajur Veda [PK3030-3039]; Atharva Veda [PK3040-3049]; Shiksha [PK3100-3109]; Kalp [PK3110-3119]; Vyakaran [PK3120-3129]; Nirukt [PK3130-3139]; Chhand [PK3310-3149]; Jyotish [PK3150-3159]; Nyaya [PK3180-3189]; Vaisheshik [PK3190-3199]; Samkhya [PK3200-3209]; Yoga [PK3210-3219]; Karma Mimansa [PK3220-3229]; Vedant [PK3230-3239]; Upanishad [PK3370-3379]; Aranyak [PK3360-3369]; Brahmana [PK3350-3359]; Itihas [PK3310-3349]; Puran [PK3300-3309]; Smriti [PK3290-3299]; Gandharva Veda [PK3070-3079]; Dhanur-Veda [PK3060-3069]; Sthapatya Veda [PK3050-3059]; Charak Samhita [PK 3260]; Sushrut Samhita [PK3261]; Vagbhat Samhita ; Bhel Samhita; Harit Samhita; Kashyap Samhita [PK3266]; Bhava-Prakesh Samhita [PK3265]; Sharngadhar Samhita [PK3264]; Madhav Nidar Samhita [PK3262-3263]; Rik Veda Pratishakhya [PK3400]; Shukl-Yajur-Veda Pratishakhya ; Atharva Veda Pratishakhya [PK3405]; Atharva Veda Pratishakhya (Chaturadhyayi); Krishn-Yajur Veda Pratishakhya (Taittiriya) [PK3403]; Sama Veda Pratishakhya (Pushpa Sutram) [PK3402].
Discovery of the entire Vedic Literature in the human physiology    
In his recent book, Human Physiology — Expression of Veda and the Vedic Literature, Raja Raam correlates 150 years of research findings in physiology with discoveries of the past 39 years in the field of consciousness and the traditional Vedic Literature.

To locate Vedic Literature texts in our Library, search the catalog and enter the subject, “Vedic Literature.”
 
 
 
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