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    Re: Encounters with Maa Saraswati?

    Namaste. I am very impressed that you turned your thought to the Pippala tree which has a Latin name Ficus religiosa.The idea of the sacred tree of life is one of the most ancient concepts. If you...
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    Re: Brahma - important or not?

    Correct! I think you missed my post of 15/6/12:


    The very word "creation" contains the ancient root कृ kṛ "to do, make, perform, accomplish, cause, effect, prepare, undertake; to manufacture,...
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    Re: Encounters with Maa Saraswati?

    SarasvatI holds a special place in my heart! Her image is very close to a prominent deity in Russian mythology: the Swan-Queen (Tsarevna-Lebed'). Perhaps you would be interested to read this post:
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    Re: Brahma - important or not?

    Namaste! You are not wrong! Contrarily, you have hit the point. You see, gods and deieties are not a sort of "a celestial administration" where each of them has a certain function and rank. This...
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    Re: Brahma - important or not?

    Namste! You are absolutely right. The base concept is indeed that of विश्वकर्म viśvakarma "accomplishing, creating everything, creator". In varoius times this concept received various names. As...
  6. Re: What are Goddesses Kali and Tara essentially

    We should understand that Vedic “Gods” and “Goddesses” are, essentially, ideas and concepts. Human mind is feeble and just cannot grasp the ultimate abstractness of satyam. We need some corporeal...
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    Please try to recall the name of the village. I am very interested!
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    Re: Introduction

    Shanti ji, thank you! Frankly, I am reluctant to discuss conspiracy theories. I am interested in matters that unite people and not divide them. There are so many truly fascinating paralles in...
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    Introduction

    I am a qualified linguist. My interests are: historical linguistics, Sanskrit and Vedic mythology. My particular interest is in studying Vedic - Slavonic (particularly Russian) parallels in language,...
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