The Rig Veda - Book 1, Creation & Death : Chapter 1, Introductions, Creation & Death. Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Creation & Death : Chapter 1, Introductions, Creation & Death. Summary

Unless otherwise specified, readers can expect that each section of this part of the summary covers approximately 50 pages of the corresponding text. In this first case, readers will find that there are three divisions in the table of contents that refer to the material that is entailed herein. The first is the introductory material. Here, there is a 'best guess' made. The translator is unquestionable: Wendy Doniger has done the translations and annotations, even the selections. There is an introduction that has obviously been written by a scholar but there is no byline. There are two candidates for who most likely did this: one is Wendy Doniger, and the other is another woman named Betty Radice who is cited in Penguin's edition as having been the "advisory editor." Readers do well...

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