The Rig Veda - Book 4, Women & Magic : Chapter 1, Women Summary & Analysis

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Book 4, Women & Magic : Chapter 1, Women Summary

This sounds either fanciful or comic. In fact, it is two separate categories of poetic hymns. These are the final two in the entire Rig Veda. Readers should be aware of implications made by the fact that all the writings found in their translations here have been 'selected' by the editors. There are more. This is another good reason for people to check their editions for any differences.

The main attitude of The Rig Veda has been male oriented. While this was most likely not done for the purpose of offending women it may be promising for women to find a section that is female oriented. Women are best off figuring that men wrote The Rig Veda while the women were busy amongst themselves and often enough with the children.

In the initial hymns on...

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