Read Satyarth Prakash online or download PDF version in Hindi, English, French , Malayalam, Tamil, Swahili, Urdu, Oriya, Marathi, Chinese and Bengali. 'Satyarth Prakash' (Light of Truth) is the Magnum opus of Swami Dayanand At the time when the first edition to this book, called the Satyarth Prakasha, was. सत्यार्थ प्रकाश (Satyarth Prakash) by Dayananda Saraswati.
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An English translation of the Satyarth Prakash; literally, Expose of right sense (of Vedic religion) of Maharshi Swami Dayanand Saraswati, 'The. महर्षि दयानन्द सरस्वति द्वारा रचित पुस्तक. An English translation of the Satyarth Prakash by Dayananda Sarasvati Swami, , Virganand Press edition, - 1st ed.
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Retrieved from " https: New Releases. Add to Wishlist. A study of the book will give a clear insight into all the important theologies and metaphysics that one finds prevalent in India. It can be ranked with the top ranking Holy books of the world. Satyartha Prakasha is an exposition of Truth, Dharma and Revelation in the modern context.
Swami Dayananda referred back to the permanent message of the Vedas and exhorted the Indians to renew and rebuild their life and culture in new forms which were relevant in the new age. It is an interfaith dialogue on unity of faith in the diversity of religions, beliefs and practices.
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Their practitioners slowly migrated away from the teachings of the Vedas attaching greater significance to their founders and their preachings. From then onwards polytheism commenced. Great differences developed among the different sects and divided and weakened Hindu society.
The caste system based on birth became strong and gave rise to further fragmentation. Like with any aging society without reforms, the customs gave way to superstition and ignorance wherein practice superseded reason and the spread of blind faith threatened degradation of "Hindu" society.
The word Hindu is an improper word or misnomer- the correct word is Vedantic or Sanathana Dharma , a religion based upon the Vedas. The word Hindu does not appear any where in the Vedic texts or even the Bhagavad Gita.
The word Hindu is a Persian word, used by the Muslims and the renaming of the Vedantic religion to "Hindu" demonstrates the level of weakening to the Vedantic faith. It was at this time that Swami Dayanand wrote Satyarth Prakash in order to spread the knowledge of the Vedas and to educate people on the true qualities of God.
The Satyarth Prakash contains exposition and clarifications of Vedic principles. The book advocates Vedic monism based on Advaita Vedanta. Some of the important topics in the Satyarth Prakash include worship of one God, explanation of the main principles of the Vedas, the relationship between religion and science and between devotion and intellect, elimination of the caste system and of different religious beliefs for the strengthening of society, eradication of superstitions, false notions and meaningless customs, shunning narrow-mindedness and promoting the brotherhood of man.
The book contains fourteen chapters, the contents of which are detailed below: The book was originally written in Hindi by Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati.