Author of the Month

David Frawley, Author of the Month for December 2008

The Vedic Literature of Ancient India and Its Many Secrets (cont.)
By David Frawley

Relevant books of David Frawley

Yoga and the Sacred Fire: Self Realization and Planetary Transformation explains the Vedic world view, its global connections and above all its spiritual implications and relevance for a new age for humanity.

Yoga, the Greater Tradition, succinctly explains Yoga in the broader sense as a spiritual practice including its roots in the Vedic tradition.

Wisdom of the Ancient Seers: Selected Mantras from the Rig Veda contains a translation at a yogic level for over eighty hymns of the Rig Veda. Google book preview available on line.

Astrology of the Seers: A Guide to Vedic (Hindu) Astrology explains the basic system of Vedic astrology and its philosophy, including the Yuga theory of world-ages.

Yoga and Ayurveda: Self-Healing and Self-realization explains how Yoga and Ayurveda interrelate as Vedic sciences of Self-healing and Self-realization.

Hidden Horizons: Unearthing 10,000 Years of Hindu Culture, though a special publication of a Hindu religious movement, the Swami Narayan order,, contains endorsements from many prominent religious and cultural leaders in India today. The Swami Narayan movement has built the largest Hindu temples in the world today, including the London Neasden temple, temples in Toronto, Atlanta, Houston and Chicago. Their largest temple is in Delhi, which is the largest to be built in modern India, and features an entire historical display on ancient India, a ten minute boat ride down the Sarasvati river for which this book was written as a reference guide.

In Search of the Cradle of Civilization (Frawley, Feuerstein and Kak), a collaborative work that examines the main issues of ancient India and why India is likely much more important as a center for civilization in the ancient world. Google on-line preview available.

Gods, Sages and Kings: Vedic Secrets of Ancient Civilization, a detailed examination of Vedic historical references including with regard to Vedic connections to civilizations all over the world. Google on-line preview available.

Myth of the Aryan Invasion of India, a short text, explains the key points of the so-called Aryan invasion and migration and why these are incorrect and even biased. 1995 book available in its entirely on line

And in video (not audio) format:

Note update to Myth of the Aryan Invasion 2001

And update to the Myth of the Aryan Invasion 2005

Rig Veda and the History of India is an extensive semi-technical book that explores the historical implications of Vedic literature and its references to various peoples and kings, particularly the connections to the south of India for the Vedic people.

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