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Hindu Scriptures for Youth
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Overview of Hindu Scriptures
Hindu dharma, does not have just one scripture, but several that have been divinely revelead over thousands of years.     Shree Bansi Pandit presents an excellent overview of Hindu Scriptures in his book
Hindu Dharma
The Vedas
Vedas are the most ancient Hindu scriptures.   There are four Vedas, here is a nice introduction to the four Vedas by Dr. David Frawley

Rig Veda
Sama Veda
Yajur Veda
Atharva Veda
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Upanishads - Mahavakyas
Upanishads describe the doctorine of the Vedas.   Dr. David Frawley has beautifully presented the six Mahavakyas (great saying from the Upanishads)

Six Mahavakyas from Upanishads
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Ramayana
Ramayana is the story of Shree Rama avatar of Lord Vishnu, his consort Sita brother Lakshman and devotee Hanuman and their fight against the evil of Ravana.  We present Rajaji's  rendering of Ramayana is considered to be a classic.

Ramayana
Mahabharata
Shree Krishna, an avatar of Lord Vishnu oversees the battle of good vs. evil in this extraordinary scripture.  We present Rajaji's rendering of Mahabharata.

Mahabharata
Bhagwad Gita
Arjuna, a prince, on the side of good, is face-to-face with his cunning cousins.  A classic battle of Mahabharata between the good and evil is in the offing, but Arjun has second thoughts.  Lord Krishna, charioteer of Arjuna reveals Shree Bhagwad Gita to Arjuna, which has  been the guiding ligth for Hindus for over 3500 years.

Bhagwad Gita
Tiru Kural
Through the ages, Hindus have developed   customs.  Customs, for Hindus carry enourmous significance, for they represent not just the rituals - not just something one must do because parents force them - but because they a deeper meaning

Tiru Kural
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Children's Stories from Vedas and Upanishads
Stories from Ramayana
Stories from Mahabharata
Mahabharata for Children

 

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