Tok You are commenting using your WordPress. Yes, the caste system is terrible and certainly does not represent true Hinduism. Yet Vyasa is considered by all Hindus to be the very epitome of wisdom! Veda vyasa ata section does not cite any sources. A very interesting post. He was believed to be a part of Lord Vishnu.
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Subhamoy Das M. Subhamoy Das Updated June 14, Vyasa is perhaps the greatest sage in the history of Hindu religion.
Parashara was one of the supreme authorities on astrology and his book Parashara Hora is a textbook on astrology even in the modern age. He has also written a scripture known as Parashara Smriti which is held in such high esteem that it is quoted even by modern scholars on sociology and ethics.
On that eventful day, Parashara was traveling in a boat and he spoke to the boatman about the nearing of that auspicious time. The boatman had a daughter who was awaiting marriage. He was impressed with the sanctity and greatness of the sage and offered his daughter in marriage to Parashara.
Vyasa was born of this union and his birth is said to be due to the wish of Lord Shiva , who blessed the birth the sage of the highest order. At first, his mother did not agree but later approved on one important condition that he should appear before her whenever she wished for his presence.
According to the Puranas, Vyasa took initiation from his guru sage Vasudeva. He studied the Shastras or scriptures under the sages Sanaka and Sanandana and others.
He arranged the Vedas for the good of mankind and wrote the Brahma Sutras for the quick and easy understanding of the Shrutis; he also wrote the Mahabharata to enable common people to understand the highest knowledge in the easiest way. In this way, he established the three paths of Karma , Upasana devotion and Jnana knowledge. On this auspicious day, Vyasa began to write his Brahma Sutras. They are divided into four chapters, each chapter being subdivided again into four sections.
It is interesting to note that they begin and end with Sutras which read together mean "the inquiry into the real nature of Brahman has no return", pointing to "the way one reaches Immortality and no more returns to the world. Sankaracharya refers to Vyasa as the author of the Gita and the Mahabharata, and to Badarayana as the author of the Brahma Sutras. His followers—Vachaspathi, Anandagiri, and others—identify the two as one and the same person, while Ramanuja and others attribute the authorship of all three to Vyasa himself.
The Everlasting Influence of Vyasa Vyasa is considered by Hindus as Chiranjivi or immortal, one who is still living and walking the earth for the well-being of his devotees. It is said that he appears to the true and the faithful and that Adi Sankaracharya had his darshan as did many others as well.
His writings inspire us and the whole world even to this day in innumerable ways.
Veda VYĀSA aka Krishnadvaipāyana
He is the author as well as a character in the Mahabharata and considered to be the scribe of both the Vedas, and the supplementary texts such as the Puranas. A number of Vaishnava traditions regard him as an Avatar of Vishnu. Vyasa is sometimes conflated by some Vaishnavas with Badarayana, the author of the Vedanta Sutras. The festival of Guru Purnima, is dedicated to him, and also known as Vyasa Purnima as it is the day, which is believed to be his birthday and also the day he divided the Vedas. He was the son of Satyavati, daughter of a ferryman or fisherman, and the wandering sage Parashara. He was born on an island in the river Yamuna. The place is named after him as Vedvyas, possibly the modern-day town of Kalpi in the Jalaun district of Uttar Pradesh.
Mimuro He had a third son, Vidura veda vyasa ata, by a serving maid Parishrami. Will Devotees Want A Successor? Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here He went towards the girl and asked her to take him across the river, she paddled on. Views Read Edit View history. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Ved Vyasa only vyasq the creator, the author of the great veda vyasa ata of all time, the Mahabharata.
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