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The deity of the Puruṣa Suktam is left vague, which is probably a sign it is controversial. In fact it is a matter of fact it is left ambiguous, because the Mahabharata goes out of its way to draw attention to this, probably specifically for the Purusha Suktam. Vaisampayana said, In the speculations of the Sankhya and the Yoga systems many Purushas have ...


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It seems that it is mentioned in the Rig Veda. From the book Mystic's Musings by Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev: SEEKER: Sadhguru, has anything ever been written about the science of creating a Dhyanalinga? Sadhguru: Nowhere really, except it finds mention in just one sentence in the Rig Veda, where it says that the Dhyanalinga will be successfully created only by ...


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Short answer to your question is Rudra. Long answer with the explanation waits ahead have a nice time reading I took a considerable amount of time to write this answer. I) INTRODUCTION: Purusha Shuktam or Hymn to the great Purusha is a very important part of the Vedas. It occurs in the Rig Veda Mandal 10 Shuktam 90, the Shukla Yajur Veda Mandal 31 Shuktam 11,...


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I found the answer to the statement about Atharvan connection to agni (fire) but not the rest in Mahabharata Section CCXXI: "The powerful fire thus gratified with penance, blazed forth intensely. But on beholding the Rishi (Atharvan), he again sought his watery refuse. At this extinction of the fire, the whole world was frightened, and sought the ...


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Hindu scripture certainly mentions non-physical realms like heaven and paradise. Samadhi Said the God of Fire: Samadhi denotes a state of mind in which the consciousness, appearing in its spiritual aspect, remains calm and self-contained in itself like a pacified lake or sea and ceases to be operative in the physical and intellectual plains. A yogin, whose ...


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