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By Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Charles A. Moore

Here are the manager riches of greater than 3,000 years of Indian philosophical thought-the old Vedas, the Upanisads, the epics, the treatises of the heterodox and orthodox platforms, the commentaries of the scholastic interval, and the modern writings. Introductions and interpretive commentaries are provided.

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W hitherward, to w hat place hath she departed? Where calved she? Not amid this herd of cattle. 18. Who, that the father of this calf discerneth beneath the upper realm, above the lower, Showing himself a sage, may here declare it? Whence hath the godlike spirit had its rising? 112 (Thomas) 1. Varied truly are our thoughts. Varied are the ways of men. The joiner wants to find a breakage, the medicine-man an accident, the brahmin-priest a worshipper. O Indu, flow round for Indra. 2. The smith with brittle firewood, with wings of birds (to fan the flame), with stones and glowing heat of fire, wants golden riches for himself.

Where is the blood of earth, the life, the spirit? Who may approach the m an who knows, to ask it? 17. Beneath the upper realm, above this lower, bearing her calf at foot the cow hath risen. W hitherward, to w hat place hath she departed? Where calved she? Not amid this herd of cattle. 18. Who, that the father of this calf discerneth beneath the upper realm, above the lower, Showing himself a sage, may here declare it? Whence hath the godlike spirit had its rising? 112 (Thomas) 1. Varied truly are our thoughts.

Mighty in mind and power is ViSvakarman, maker, disposer, and most lofty presence. Their offerings joy in rich juice where they value One, only One, beyond the seven rsis. 3. Father who made us, he who, as disposer, knoweth all races and all things existing, Even he alone, the deities9 name-giver,—him other beings seek for information. 4. To him in sacrifice they offered treasures,— rsis of old, in numerous troops, as singers, Who, in the distant, near, and lower region, made ready all these things that have existence.

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