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Pandit Madhusudan Ojha wrote Jagadguruvaibhavam to expand the meaning and scope of his earlier work, Indravijayah.  In this volume, he expands on the theme of Brahma, underlining the significant importance of Brahma in Creation. He has described different forms of Brahma? 


In this volume, Pandit Madhsudan Ojha has examined `padarth` or `material` in Vedic vijnana. The volume deals with four subjects including padarthvijnana (material science).  Ojhaji has compared modern scientific views with that of Veda vijnana to explain several complex subjects of science. In the context of fire, he has explained the elements of  heat, light and electricity. There is a vivid explanation of heat in this volume wherein Ojhaji has examined `heat` as `energy`. This volume provides a bridge between the modern science and science as enunciated in the Veda.


Thisi is part of Pandit Madhusudan Ojha's works on yajna-vijnana. The volume is divided into two parts--somakhanda and agnichayankhanda. In the somakhanda, a detailed but simple explanation of several yajna methods have been given. In the agnichayankhanda, other issues related to yajna have been given with colour illustrations.

This is an important work on the principles of Vedanta. Influenced to a great extent by Shankaracharya's commentaries on Vedanta, Pandit Madhsudan Ojha has written his own interpretation of the subject. In his work, Ojhaji has clarified several points by Shankaracharya which, otherwise, would have remained difficult to understand. It is in two parts.


Pandit Madhusudan Ojha has given a detailed explanation of `sharirik darshan`or corporeal philosophy. Here, Ojhaji has scientifically explained many concepts. The volume contains an explanation of Brahma, Veda, Veda-dhyan, Vijnana-veda, Shabdamaya-veda, upanishad and philosophy.



This volume is part of Pandit Madhusudan Ojha's works on Vedanga-samiksha . In the brahamana texts, vak (speech or sound) has been called pathyaavasti. But vak has several other meanings. The path which sun takes to become visisble to us is the same path taken by earth and this path is also known as pathyaavasti. Since agni is the devata of earth, it is called pathyaavasti in Vedic texts.   In this work, Ojhaji has made a comprehensive examination of speech and its several components and characteristics as given in the Vedic texts.


In this volume, Ojhaji has written on kaal or time and various dimensions of time.


As the title itself suggests, this volume extols the virtues of maharshis (great sages) and their clan. The book gives a detailed explanation of the term `rishi`, their history along  with a scientific analysis of the concept. 



This is a volume on yajna-vijnana or the science of yajna. Here, Ojhaji has elucidated upon all subjects related to yajna. It is written in Vedic language and deals with havi (offerings), mahayana, atiyajna, shiroyajna and yajnaparishisht.


Pandit Madhusudan Ojha has offered several commentaries on the subject of creation. He has examined  the ten  discourses on the subject and has listed principles behind each of the viewpoints. The title of the book is derived from the fact that Brahma  is present in every particle of universe. Examination of this fundamental phenomenon forms the core of this volume.