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The World is a joint family

Vasudhaiva kutumbakam

Vasudha + eva  Kutumb+ ekam

The World  (is) One family

This tenet, one of the strongest humanist statements to come out of sanskrit literature, is as old as anybody’s guess.

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Max Müller and the Vedas

Max Müller. A paid employee, who translated the Rigved in a demeaning style. The hidden secrets of his life.
By Swami Prakashanand Saraswati, 1999

1. Max Müller was a British agent, especially employed (in 1847) to write the translations of the Vedas in such a demeaning way so that the Hindus should lose faith in them. 1,008 more words



The Upanisads (Skt. “sit near the teacher”) are Hindu religious texts (circa 1000-600 BCE) known as part of the Vedanta (Skt. “the end of the… 513 more words