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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 unique treatise on monsoon.The volume deals with cloud formation and unveils the mystery of predicting rainfall based on the study of planets, stars, date and other factors.


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. 


Extremely difficult subjects need to be repeated and presented from different perspectives for a better grasp. Brahma-vijnana (science of the creator) is one such knowledge which requires several interpretations. Hence there are  many works on different aspects of Brahma-vijnana. Two of them are Brahmachatushpadi and Brahmasamanvya (given below).  In this  volume, several aspects of creation have been explained. 


In this volume, Pandit Madhusudan Ojha has explained the concept of chatushpad Brahma. Given here are four aspects —paratpar,  avyaya, akshara and kshkara. However, Ojhaji has included an additional aspect which he called nirvishesh, considered even higher than paratpar.


This volume deals with the establishment of brahmavad by Brahma, practical aspect of Brahma, practical aspect of Maya and the outcome of the interaction between Brahma and Maya.  The first book listed here is the Hindi translation of Ojhaji’s book by Devidut Pandit Chaturvedi and the second one contains a commentary on the subject by Giridhar Sharma Chaturvedi in Sanskrit.      


This volume contains several anecdotal historical accounts. The work is divided into two sections. The Vaigyanikopakhyan deals with the story of Prajapati Kashyapa’s wives, Katu and Vinta, and their offsprings.  In the Vaidikopakhyana, saplagni vak, agniduthopakhyan, apatyopakhyan and devayajnopakhyan are examined.-