Mysteries of the Ancient Vedic Empire: Recognizing Vedic Contributions to Other Cultures Around the World
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The author of 27 books and 12 e-books on Vedic culture and philosophy, Stephen Knapp (Sri Nandanandana Das) is a prolific author, speaker and spiritual mentor to many.
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The Vedic culture is accepted by numerous scholars as one of the most sophisticated civilizations to appear after the last glacial period of 12,000 years ago.
It developed in ancient India, and as the people populated the region, they also expanded and spread into other parts of the planet, taking much of their culture with them. This book takes us on a journey through history and across many countries as we point out similarities and remnants of the Vedic tradition that remain there to this day. These include forms of art, philosophy, religion, architecture, temples, ways of living, and so on. Such countries include: Nepal, Burma, Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Egypt, Africa, the Middle East, Iraq, Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Central Asia, Greece, Italy, Germany, Russia, Ireland, Scandinavia, the Americas, and more.
- Author:Stephen Knapp
- Published:June 28, 2015
- Book/File size:538 pages / 1025 KB
- Formats:Kindle, Paperback