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  • Author:
    Herman W. Tull
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The Vedic Origins of Karma: Cosmos As Man in Ancient Indian Myth and Ritual (Suny Series in Hindu Studies) (Herman W. Tull).

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Books Hindu Festivals & Rituals The Vedic Origins of Karma: Cosmos as Man in Ancient Indian Myth and Ritual. The Vedic Origins of Karma: Cosmos as Man in Ancient Indian Myth and Ritual. In its application to the ancient Indian context this tendency led scholars to separate the Brahmanas, ritual texts par excellence and the exclusive possession of the Vedic sacerdotalists, from the Upanisads, discursive texts that seek to express the nature of reality. Accordingly, the karma doctrine, which is first articulated in the Upanisads, was seen as addressing itself to issues not germane to the Vedic ritual tradition.

AE Volumes Asian Folklore Studies 50 (1).

Cosmos as Man in Ancient Indian Myth and Ritual.

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These clues lead back to the mythical and ritual structure firmly established in the Brahmana texts, texts concerned with the rituals that chronologically and conceptually precede the UpanisThe rise of the karma doctrine. is tied to the increasing dominance in late Vedic thought of the cosmic man (Purusa/Prajapati) mythology and its ritual analogue the "building of the fire altar" (agnicayana). Series: SUNY Series in Hindu Studies.

21 The Upanisads and the Vedic Origins of the Karma Doctrine 28 The Earliest Notice of the Doctrine of Karma .

21 The Upanisads and the Vedic Origins of the Karma Doctrine 28 The Earliest Notice of the Doctrine of Karma and Rebirth in the Brhadaranyaka and Chandogya Upanisads 41 Conclusion: The Karma Doctrine in the Context of Brahmanic Thought Chapter 2. The Cosmos as Man: The Image of the Cosmos in Vedic Thought. 44 47. The Cosmic Image and Its Vicissitudes in Vedic Thought. 10 In its application to the ancient Indian context this tendency led scholars to separate the Brahmanas, ritual texts par excellence and the exclusive possession of the Vedic sacerdotalists, from the Upanisads, discursive texts that seek to express the nature of reality.

A Study of Karma in Hindu and Indian Christian Thought. Anilkumar John Servand - 1994 - Dissertation, Fuller Theological Seminary, School of World Mission. The Ancient Origins of Bhakti and the Dharma of the Buddha (Buddhism, Law, Vedic Origins)

A Study of Karma in Hindu and Indian Christian Thought. The Ancient Origins of Bhakti and the Dharma of the Buddha (Buddhism, Law, Vedic Origins). R. Singh - 1997 - Journal of Dharma 22:460-469. Vedic Myth, Ritual, and Philosophy: A Study of Dvaita Interpretation of the Veda by Madhva. Ananta Sharan Tiwari - 2001 - Pratibha Prakashan. Ancient Art and Ritual. Jane Ellen Harrison - 1913 - New York: Greenwood Press.

These clues lead back to the mythical and ritual structures firmly established in the Brahmana texts, texts concerned with the ritual structures firmly established in the Brahmana texts, texts conce In this. The rise of the karma doctrine is tied to the increasing dominance in late Vedic thought of the cosmic man (Purusa/Prajapati) mythology and its ritual analoque the 'building of the fire altar' (agnicayana). Herman W. Tull is Assistant Professor of Religion at Rutgers University.

Herman W. Tull is Assistant Professor of Religion at Rutgers University

Herman W. The arguments are clearly presented. Tull shows convincingly that the beginning of karma theory are to be found in the Brahmanas.

The Vedic origins of karma: cosmos as man in ancient Indian myth and ritual. SUNY Series in Hindu Studies. pp. x, 181, Albany, . State University of New York Press, 1989. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 15 March 2011. Export citation Request permission.

In this book, the author seeks access to Karma's origins by following several clues suggested by the doctrine's earliest formulation in the Upanistexts (circa 600-500 B.C.) These clues lead back to the mythical and ritual structure firmly established in the Brahmana texts, texts concerned with the rituals that chronologically and conceptually precede the UpanisThe rise of the karma doctrine is tied to the increasing dominance in late Vedic thought of the cosmic man (Purusa/Prajapati) mythology and its ritual analogue the "building of the fire altar" (agnicayana).