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Shatpatha Brahmana has 100 chapters. This volume contains a comprehensive explanation of Yajurveda. Yajurveda, in conventional terms, is one of the four Vedas. In terms of tatva or essence, it is yajjurveda. There are two words in it--yath and ju. These refer to prana (life-force), vayu (air), gathi (movement) and vak (speech). Shastriji's elucidation of Shatpath Brahmana in Hindi offers insight into various aspects of Yajurveda.





This is a volume on material science authored by Pandit Madhusudan Ojha. This is a Hindi translation. According to him, there are three kinds of material in the world—substance, liquid and vapor. The element whose atoms stick together fall in the substance category. The elements which are liquid in nature fall in the second category. The elements whose atoms remain scattered are vapor material like air and blinding light. These elements have `bala` (force) within them.


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This is a Hindi translation of Pandit Madhusudan Ojha's Prayatna Prasthana Mimamsa. It is an interesting argument supporting overseas travel. In olden times, it was considered a taboo to travel overseas. When Ojhaji was invited by his patron, King Savai Madhosingh of Jaipur, to accompany him to London for a meeting with the British emperor. The overwhelming opinion in the court  was that it would be against the `dharma` for the king and his entourage to travel overseas.


Brahmavijnana is the only work of Pandit Madhusudan Ojha which  is originally written in Hindi. It is a text of his discourse on Brahma. Brahmavijnana is about all the subjects related to Brahma. Here, Ojhaji has explained in simple terms the meaning of prana or life-force. 


Pandit Ojha in this authentic treatise has thoroughly and critically dwelt on the Kundas and other requisites of Smarta rites taking into consideration the characteristic views of almost ,all the earlier works on the subject. He has provided appropriate diagrams and  numerous tables relating to the -measurements of the various Kundas with a view to making the subject easily understandable. 




The term `vidyut` means illumination. As everything becomes clear in the glare of a lightening in the sky, reading this volume will enable a reader to understand Brahma vijnana easily. Both the original Sanskrit edition and its Hindi translation by Pandit Shivdutt Sharma Chaturvedi are given here.



The title of the book explains its contents. The `dharma` in the title refers to virtuous behaviour and `pariksha` means thoughts. This book, in essence, is a text of thoughs on virtuous behavior. This is a Hindi translation. In this compact volume, five subjects of dharma have been explained. What is the origin of dharma? What are the benefits of following dharma?


This is a simplified text on Sanskrit grammar written by Pandit Madhusudan Ojha. In six chapters, Ojhaji has explained the intricacies of language and grammar in a comprehensive manner. Ojhaji had kept students of Sanskrit in mind while writing this book.

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