Yuga

  Yuga, in Hinduism, is the Sanskrit term for an “age,” meaning one of the four periods in which the world cycle is divided: (i) krta (or satya)-yuga, the golden age when there is unity (one god, one veda, one ritual), in which the varnas perform their roles without oppression or envy; (ii) treat-yuga, when righteousness … Read more

Vedic Management: Shreyas and Preyas

  by Satya Chaitanya Satya Chaitanya, a professional cooperate trainer, has taught for many years Management and Leadership from the Eastern perspective in some of the top institutions of India including the XLRI School of Business and Human Resources, Jamshedpur, one of the top ten, and oldest, business school in India. He has taught Indian … Read more

Vedic Management: An Introduction

  by Satya Chaitanya Satya Chaitanya, a professional cooperate trainer, has taught for many years Management and Leadership from the Eastern perspective in some of the top institutions of India including the XLRI School of Business and Human Resources, Jamshedpur, one of the top ten, and oldest, business school in India. He has taught Indian … Read more

Vedas

  The Vedas (sacred teachings) represent the oldest and most important texts of Hinduism. The Aryans who invaded Northwest India around 1500 BC compiled them. These Vedic texts are collection of sacred literature that combine the Aryan nature-fire-soma religion and the native religion of the Indian people whom they conquered. This large body of sacred works, … Read more

Vedanta

  Vedanta literally means “the end of the Veda.” However, the work refers to both the teaching of the Upanishads, the last treatise of the Vedas, and to the knowledge of the ultimate meanings. These ultimate meanings concern man’s relationship to the existence of Brahman, to his relationship with the world, to his fellow man, and to … Read more

Vayu

  Vayu means the element air in Hinduism and western magic, listed in the tattvas symbolized by a blue hexagram. It is associated with the chakra anahata located near the thymus gland. A.G.H Source: Drury, Nevil. The Watkins Dictionary of Magic. London. Watkins Publishing. 2005. p. 298