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Research Paper | Philosophy | India | Volume 11 Issue 2, February 2022
Expounding Cosmology the Vedic Way - Purusa, Nasadiya, Hiranya Garbha Suktas
Abstract: The preeminent Person exists encompassing the entire show universe, cognizing through each brain (head), seeing through each eye, and working through each appendage. He exists rising above the universe. Basically, the entire universe is He Himself; whatever was whatever is and anything that will be - all are His appearance. It is He who gives up all interminability, by which alone they live. The entire show universe is His quality; He, the incomparable Person rises above it without a doubt. By a minor piece of His magnificence, he upholds the universe unceasingly - during past, present and future - while the significant piece of his wonder, epitomizing everlasting status, is past the scope of the show universe. This preeminent Person is outside the scope of Samsara. Just a piece of His has turned into the entire universe; from this shown part the conscious realm has sprung, comprising both the living and non-living creatures. From Him has arisen the Cosmos and out of this Cosmos, which is actually called Viraj, making. It is the premise so to speak, the cosmic individual. The First Creator appeared. The primary conceived being continuously developed; he made first this world and afterward the different bodies, both heavenly and evil. Vedahametam Purusam Mahantam. Sages have known the supreme magnanimous person / who sacrificed himself for the welfare of this universe, of the sun's hue and beyond all ignorance. He, the wise one moulded various forms and called them by different names.
Keywords: Cosmos, Purusa, Nasadiya, Hiranya Garbha
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 2, February 2022,
Pages: 432 - 436
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Drakshayani Manduva, "Expounding Cosmology the Vedic Way - Purusa, Nasadiya, Hiranya Garbha Suktas", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR22206192852, Volume 11 Issue 2, February 2022, 432 - 436, #ijsrnet
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