There is so much to Hindi sahitya that has the essence of the divine as expounded in Hinduism. Exotic India's handpicked collection of books in the vernacular is exhaustive and has been sourced from the obscurest nooks and crannies of the Indian subcontinent. A lot of these are translations from Indian vernaculars of lesser accessibility, whereas some have no translations available from the original Hindi in which they were written. The pleasure of reading Indian literature in Hindi is insurmountable.
Q1. What are
the seven holy books?
Different religions have different views and
definitions of God that are described in their respective religious books and
texts. These books are considered holy and are therefore highly revered. The
seven holy books are Bhagavad Gita, Vedas, Upanishads, Quran,
Bible, Torah, and Tripitaka or Pali Canon. The Bhagavad Gita, Vedas, and Upanishads
are the holy books of Sanatan Dharma or Hinduism. These sacred texts were
compiled by Vsayadev and were then passed down through disciplic succession.
The Quran is the holy book of
Islam that mentions the words of Allah, the all-powerful. The holy book
of Christianity is the Bible which is divided into two sections; the Old
Testament and the New Testament. The Torah is the holy book of Judaism and Tripitaka
is the holy book of
Q2. What are
the books every Indian should read?
There are two categories of knowledge: Para Vidya
(Spiritual knowledge) and Apara Vidya (Material knowledge). India is known as
Bharat Bhoomi and is renowned for its strong spiritual culture. Many people
from different parts of the world visit India to receive Para Vidya. Anyone who
takes birth in India is considered pious and believed to have spiritual credit.
Therefore, every Indian should cultivate spiritual knowledge by reading
scriptures such as the Bhagavad Gita,
Charitamrita, and other Vedic literature.
Q3. What was the first
is believed that Rig Veda,
one of the four main Vedas, is the first religious sacred text. It was written
in the Sanskrit
language around 5,000 years ago, at the beginning of Kaliyuga. The Rig Veda
includes many verses that are recited during many important rituals. The text
consists of the Samhita, Brahmanas,
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