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How did everything come to be in the universe? This question has intrigued humans from their earliest days. Even today we don’t have all the answers. Many millennia ago, the seers of ancient India contemplated on various aspects of life. They recorded their experiences in the form of poetry. Their collective wisdom forms the Vedas, the foremost Hindu scriptures. Vedic literature is replete with lucid poems and songs of creation that celebrate the joy and wonder of perceiving the cosmos instead of trying to propose a rigid theory or law of creation. For possibly the first time in English, here is a collection of all the major creation poems from the vast canon of Vedic literature. This eminently readable translation, along with extensive notes, gives easy access to these songs from the past for readers everywhere. The definitive guide to the Hindu view of creation.
Koti Sreekrishna, PhD (b. 1953, Bangalore) studied biochemistry and worked as a research fellow with the Baylor College of Medicine and the University of Kentucky. After working with Phillips Petroleum Company and Marion Merrel Dow, he is currently a senior scientist in the Global Biotechnology division at the Procter & Gamble Company. His interests include philosophy, inter-religious dialogue, and studying the Hindu scriptures. He has previously co-authored three books and several articles on the Bhagavad-Gita. He has served in the executive council of Hindu Society of Greater Cincinnati (HSGC) for several years and currently serves as Religious Counselor. He is a DTM (Distinguished Toastmaster).
Hari Ravikumar, BE (b. 1984, Bangalore) has been a mechanical engineer, software coder, content manager, administrator, teacher, designer, copyeditor, product strategist, community/event manager, pedagogue, and writing facilitator at various points of time in his life. His interests include Eastern wisdom, Carnatic music, math, comics, languages, design, martial arts, literature, education, yoga, and films. He co-wrote The New Bhagavad-Gita, The Easy Bhagavad-Gita, and The Complete Bhagavad-Gita (with Dr. Koti Sreekrishna) and translated Shatavadhani Dr. R. Ganesh’s Samanyadharma to English. He writes a weekly column on spirituality called Commonsense Karma.