VYASA


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VYASAVivekananda Yoga Anusandhana Samsthana (Bangalore, India)
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In India, Vyasa is branching, strange, impenetrable as a pagoda.
Thus, Vyasa felt that unless an answer to this type of sorrow were provided, man would still not be free from sorrow and would not enjoy a healthy and happy life" (77).
Veda Vyasa has classified dharma into swadharma, nishkamadharma, rajadharma, etc.
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This Hindu epic, which is considered as the world's longest poem, is part of the Mahabharata written by Rishi Veda Vyasa.
Among the post-Bharata exponents, Nandikeswara, Tumburu, Visakhila, Carayana, Sadasiva, Padmabhn, Drohini, Vyasa, AAjaneya, Katyayana, Rahula Garga Matrgupta and Subandhu are quite often referred in the Abhi.
Vyasa Murthy, Advisor, ICICI-VIC, personal communication, May 2005).
Chopra and Ravi Chopra, Mahabharat is based on the writing of Rishi Ved Vyasa the mystic, philosopher and thinker.
In the ancient Mahabharata, Vyasa, who is narrating the events, is at other times a participant and an actor in the main story
Tenders are invited for Extension Of Vyasa Mandap, Structural Shed Over Vyasa Gumpha And Ancillary Jobs Around Temple Complex At Vedvyas.
Yagnavalkya, himself a sage and a law-giver mentions twenty: Manu, Yagnavalkya, Atri, Vishu, Harita, Usanas, Angirasa, Apastambha, Yama, Brihaspati, Parasara, Samvarta, Katyayana, Daksha, Vyasa, Likhita, Sankha, Gautama, Shatatapa, and Vashishta.
The belief is that the horse representing sage Vyasa would narrate the Ramayana.