Gods, Sages and Kings: Vedic Secrets of Ancient Civilization

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Lotus Press, Nov 1, 2000 - Philosophy - 396 pages
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"Gods, Sages and Kings is a very important book. It fills a major void in our understanding of human history...It calls into question our entire view of human history...it is much more significantly a truly spiritual vision of where we come from and who we are." Vyaas Houston

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Was surprised that not many people knew of this book. A fascinating take on the Rig Vedic civilization and the various ways in which that culture would have spread across the region. A scientifically ... Read full review

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User Review  - Uma Dhanwatey - Goodreads

The people in this world are connected in strange ways.Its interesting to go back to the roots (our roots) and see here we come from.Inportant these days as we get so lost in the "modern world"! Read full review

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David Frawley has been a student of Ramana Maharashi's teachings since 1970 and has written for their magazine "The Mountain Path" since 1978. He is a visitng professor at the Sringeri Shankaracharya Math, the oldest vedantic center in India, and has receive the personal blessings of the Shankaracharya. He teaches at Vedantic centers in America and is one of the few Westerns recognized as an authentic Vedantic teacher by the Vishva Hindu Parisha, the largest Hindu religious organization in the world. Frawley directs the American Institute of Vedic Studies in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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