This power is useful in all professions and it can be developed by following the hints given in the Rig Veda mantras.
Table of Contents:
- Nature of Inspiration and Developing it
- Understanding Veda: Sri Aurobindo's Approach
- Sarasvati is Not a Mere River: Epithets of Sarasvati Dealing with Consciousness
- Mantra : Its Source and Power
- Sarasvati in the Tantra Books and Puranas
- 40 Riks Dedicated only to Sarasvati
- The Goddesses Sarasvati, Ila and Bharati (Mahi)
- Sarasvati with other Gods and Rivers
- Usha, the Divine Dawn
About the Author:
Dr. R.L. Kashyap is Professor Emeritus of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana in USA. He had his masters degree form Indian Institute of science, Bangalore and obtained Ph.D. form Harvard University. He is the recipient of many international awards. He has authored more than 350 research papers. He has guided more than 50 Ph.D. Scholars. He has written extensively on Veda. He has given the word-meaning of all the verses from the first 121 suktas of Rig Veda. He has to his credit six major books on the Veda. He is the Honorary Director of Sri Aurobindo Kapali Sastry Institute of Vedic culture, Bangalore.