India is the land of Veda and the oldest civilization in the planet Earth. Hinduism is the name given to the people who lived near the 'Indus' river who never followed any religious dogmas. It is not right to say 'Hinduism' is a religion but a way of 'living' with certain values.
It may be the only religion which does not have a prophet as all religions are the follower of a prophets. Strangely there is no single documented 'scripture' in this religion as there are thousands of 'Pearls of wisdom' expressed by great enlightened people in the last 5000 years. We don't know who they are and why they did not 'Brand' themselves and marketed !!
Hinduism does not believe in 'Converts' as all are children of God and they have the rights to reach God within. The so called scriptures of India are none other than the inward experiences of the 'Seers' or 'Seekers' of God and who knows who they are. They were so humble to the extent of not mentioning their name in their wisdom. As there were no media 5000 years ago all the sayings of there 'Rishi's' were recited as a couplet or verses by their successors.
For example Mahabharata is the epic and account of a kingdom describes over 100 thousand verses. Can you imagine people passed on these voluminous & complex contents through memory and reciting!!
In this series I wish to present 'Nuggets of wisdom' from Veda what I learned from Great unknown Masters of this mighty subject of Veda. Pardon me if I am wrong in interpreting few waves in this ocean which can never be fathomed.
I named this subject as 'Vocabulary of Veda' as I wish to share some preliminary concepts to build this complex topic. My aim is to help readers to feel good by improving their quality of life using this 'Life Manual' called Veda.
Surrendering at the feet of my Masters