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This quote of Sri Vivekananda in the book "COLOMBO TO ALMORA". An inspiring speech of Sri Vivekananda, to the people of India, to rise up and move on. There everything told him, as it were, "Slave! you are a slave, remain so. Hopeless you were born, hopeless you must remain." Even the very air murmured round him, as it were, "There ...


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Not in the exact same words, but in equivalent vocabulary, there are instances in the Rgveda Samhita that the rishis offer the suktams made of mysterious hidden words to the gods. The word used is "niṇya". RV 4.3.16: एता विश्वा विदुषे तुभ्यं वेधो नीथान्यग्ने निण्या वचांसि । निवचना कवये काव्यान्यशंसिषं मतिभिर्विप्र उक्थैः ॥ O Agni, O Lord, O All-...


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The ideas and the linguistic style of the Purusha Suktam (RV 10.90) are consistent with those of other hymns (such as, for example, Hiranyagarbha Suktam (RV 10.121) and Vishvakarma Suktam (RV 10.81-82)) found in the tenth book of Rig Veda. For example, compare the "सहस्रशीर्षा पुरुषः सहस्राक्षः सहस्रपात्" - "The Purusha has a thousand heads, a thousand ...


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