Vedic Concept of God

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About the BookMaterial prosperity without divine knowledge is a Godless prosperity. Materially rich, poor souls are groping in the dark to find something which may satisfy the needs of their spiritual self. While science has kept its pledge to redeem mankind from ignorance and superstitions, we have to be careful lest it should go in the wrong direction.

The present work is not the product of purely scholarly interest. It has grown out of vital urges and under the pressure of the peculiar situation obtaining today. While the belief in a Supreme Power is almost universal, its concept, blurred as it is by the fog of wrong notions, varies from man to man. These descriptions often conflict with each other. Never was the need greater than today to make the people conscious of the real nature of God. The present work is a step in this direction.

I am greatly indebted to the author, Shri Swami Vidyananda Saraswati (formerly Shri L. D. Dikshit, Principal and Fellow Punjab University) for acceding to the request to undertake this venture.

I am also highly thankful to Shri Swami Satya Praksha Saraswati, an eminent scientist for writing his learned foreword.

 

About the AuthorA scholar and educationist for almost half a century, Swami Vidyanada Saraswati (formerly Shri Lakshmi Datta Dikshit) served as Principal of Degree and Post-Graduate Colleges for about two decades. In recognition of his scholarship and service to the cause of education he was nominated as an honorary fellow of the Punjab University by the Vice-President of India, as Chancellor of the University. For a number of years he was a member of the Senate, Syndicate and Academic Council of the Gurukul Kangari University. Swamiji has been associated with a number of academic, religious, cultural and social organisations of Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh.

To Swami Vidyananda Saraswati goes the credit of reviving, in recent times, the Sutra-style which combined clarity and conciseness and which once used to be adopted in all systems of Indian Philosophy. His books on Philosophy and the Vedas have been acclaimed as monumental works on the subjects dealt with. He has been honoured by the Uttar Pradesh Sanskrit Academy for his unique work on Vedanta Philosophy.

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About the Book
Material prosperity without divine knowledge is a Godless prosperity. Materially rich, poor souls are groping in the dark to find something which may satisfy the needs of their spiritual self. While science has kept its pledge to redeem mankind from ignorance and superstitions, we have to be careful lest it should go in the wrong direction.

The present work is not the product of purely scholarly interest. It has grown out of vital urges and under the pressure of the peculiar situation obtaining today. While the belief in a Supreme Power is almost universal, its concept, blurred as it is by the fog of wrong notions, varies from man to man. These descriptions often conflict with each other. Never was the need greater than today to make the people conscious of the real nature of God. The present work is a step in this direction.

I am greatly indebted to the author, Shri Swami Vidyananda Saraswati (formerly Shri L. D. Dikshit, Principal and Fellow Punjab University) for acceding to the request to undertake this venture.

I am also highly thankful to Shri Swami Satya Praksha Saraswati, an eminent scientist for writing his learned foreword.

 

About the Author
A scholar and educationist for almost half a century, Swami Vidyanada Saraswati (formerly Shri Lakshmi Datta Dikshit) served as Principal of Degree and Post-Graduate Colleges for about two decades. In recognition of his scholarship and service to the cause of education he was nominated as an honorary fellow of the Punjab University by the Vice-President of India, as Chancellor of the University. For a number of years he was a member of the Senate, Syndicate and Academic Council of the Gurukul Kangari University. Swamiji has been associated with a number of academic, religious, cultural and social organisations of Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh.

To Swami Vidyananda Saraswati goes the credit of reviving, in recent times, the Sutra-style which combined clarity and conciseness and which once used to be adopted in all systems of Indian Philosophy. His books on Philosophy and the Vedas have been acclaimed as monumental works on the subjects dealt with. He has been honoured by the Uttar Pradesh Sanskrit Academy for his unique work on Vedanta Philosophy.

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