Anirvan’s Veda Minamsa   -  The Prologue

Anirvan’s Veda Minamsa - The Prologue

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Author: Anirvan
Translator(s)/ Editors(s): Sumita Bhattacharya
Publisher: Indian Institute of Advanced Study
Year: 2004
Language: English
Pages: 83
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8179860507


Veda Mimamsa is an introduction to interpretation of the Mantras (hymns) of the Rksamhita.

In the first part of the first-volume of the three-volume Veda Mimamsa, Anivaran has dealt with the modes of interpretation in general.

In the second part of the same book he has reflected on the Vedic literature in brief. Anivaran's explanation of the Veda has looked into the poetical philosophy of the poet-seers which he has named as Chinmaya Pratakyakshavada (Luminous direct perception).

This thought-provoking work of Anivaran, sheds a new light to the interpretation of the Veda.


Sumita Bhattacharya worked as a sub-editor and later as the Assistant Quality Controller in Northen India Patrika. She also worked as assistant Editor of Sundaram the journal on art and culture brought out by North Central Zone Cultural Centre, Allahabad. She also worked for the British Civil Service, U. K. for sometime. Her articles have been published in 'The Times of India', The Pioneer NIP etc.