Q1. Who is the Guru of
whole Vaishnavism tradition is based on Guru Parampara, which means that the
knowledge of the Absolute Truth mentioned in the Vedas is passed to
others through bona fide disciplic succession. There are four bona fide
Vaishnava Sampradaya namely Sri Sampradaya, Rudra Sampradaya, Brahma
Sampradaya, and Kumara Sampradaya in which the Vedic knowledge is coming down
from Goddess Lakshmi, Lord
Shiva, Lord Brahma, and the four Kumaras respectively. They are considered
the authority or Guru of these Sampradayas. The other chief spiritual masters
in the line of succession are Ramanujacharya, Vishnuswami, Madhvacharya, and
Q2. How many types of
books are there in Hinduism?
is a wide variety of scriptures in Sanatan Dharma or Hinduism. These are
composed in the Sanskrit language and were compiled by Vyasadeva, the literary
incarnation of the Supreme Lord Krishna. The
Vedic scriptures are mainly classified into two categories: Shruti and Smriti.
Shruti includes the Upanishads and
the four Vedas (Rig Veda, Sama Veda,
Veda). Smriti includes historical literature such as Mahabharata
and the 18 Puranas and 18 Upa Puranas.
can I buy Vedas in Sanskrit with a Hindi translation?
selection of Vedic literature is tremendous and is available in different
languages. The Hindi edition of four Vedas Rig Veda, Sama Veda, Yajur Veda, and
Atharva Veda, and the associated books are available on our website. There are
many commentaries and translations such as “ऋग्वेद: Rig Veda (Word-to-Word Meaning Hindi
Translation)”, “वेदज्ञानमञ्जूषा - Vedas of Knowledge'', “चार वेद: The Four Vedas (Word-to-Word Meaning With Hindi Translation)”, वेदामृतम् ऋग्वेद सुभाषितावली: Vedamritam Rigveda
(Quotations From The Rigveda)”, “अथर्ववेद: Atharva Veda with Hindi Translation
in Word Order, Brief Exposition, and Notes from the Exegeses and
Translations of Ancient and Modern Interpreters”. You can buy these books from
our website and gain transcendental knowledge.
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