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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.


Pandit Madhusudan Ojha has explained the science of Vedic metre in this volume. `Chandha` is one of the six Vedangas,



This is the collection of Pandit Madhusudan Ojha's talks on dharma and related subject during his foreign travels.

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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 of Pandit Madhusudan Ojha on Sanskrit varnamala or alphabets. Here, he has dwelt with various aspects of Sanskrit language.

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.



We normally can only recollect our paternal lineage to great grandfather. We do not know all our paternal forefathers. If we have to understand ourselves or our forefathers, we have to understand the humanity as a whole as well as about rishi and Manu. These subjects are dealt with extensively in the Vedas. Based on his extensive reading of the Vedas, Pandit Madhusudan Ojha has summarised the Vedic knowledge on ancestors in this volume.