The Meaning of Vedas


Translator’s Foreword

Statement of Hypothesis

Biodata of the Author

Chapter 1: The Interpretation of Ŗgveda

Chapter 2: Taurids

Chapter 3: Rudra and Maruts - 1

Chapter 4: Rudra and Maruts - 2

Chapter 5: Meteoric Showers, Rudra and Indus Civilization

Chapter 6: Agasti and Skanda

Chapter 7: Indus Civilization, Natural Glass and Soma

Chapter 8: Seals from the Indus Civilization - 1

Chapter 9: Seals from the Indus Civilization - 2

Chapter 10: Pravargya Ritual

Chapter 11: Vedic Pottery and Gray-ware

Chapter 12: Indus Civilization, Vedic Literature and Soma

Chapter 13: Āditya and Unicorn

Chapter 14: Birth of Indra – A Catastrophe Described

The Light from Vedas - I

Chapter 15: Vishnu from Ŗgveda

Chapter 16: Comets, Craters and Puranas

Chapter 17: Sautramani andMahavrata

Chapter 18: 3102 B.C.

Chapter 19: Glass Technology - Mayasabha

Chapter 20: Bhaga, Savitr and Pushan

Chapter 21: Skanda in Mahabharata

Chapter 22: References from Mahabharata

Chapter 23: Ashwinikumars

Chapter 24: Ekata, Dvita and Trita

Chapter 25: Darshapurnamasa Ishti

The Light from Vedas - II

Chapter 26: Tragic Tale of a Ravaged City - 1

Chapter 27: Tragic Tale of a Ravaged City - 2

Chapter 28: The Unquestionable Validity of Vedas

Chapter 29: The Light from Vedas

Pronunciation Symbols and Key to Transliteration



The PDF version of the book “Birth of Indra” (or “Indracha Janma”) by the same author is also available in English and Marathi at these links:

Birth of Indra (English)

Indracha Janma (Marathi)