The vedas contain everything, spiritual, scientificand intellectual knowledge . From life and death to nature’s secrets,. They give the reader priceless knowledge. Reading the vedas with an open mind and understanding them gives you answers to questions you never thought you could get the answers to in your lifetime.Hence it is advised to study them. Even today not many understand its significance.
Vedic knowledge comprises the four Vedas (Rig, Yajur, Sāma, and Atharva) with their numerous Samhita, 108 Upanishad, 18 Purāna, Mahabharata, several Tantra texts. The entire Vedic Philosophy is divided into six systems :
- Nyaya: The Philosophy of Logic and Reasoning
- Vaisesika: Essence of things
- Sankhya: Nontheistic Dualism
- Yoga: Self-Discipline for Self-Realization
- Mimansa: Reflection of dharma
- Vedanta: The Conclusion of the Vedic Revelation
Our ancients have recognized four exigencies of life. They are Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha. Moksha is considered the highest goal of human life. Moksha is impossible without acquiring the knowledge of Absolute Reality/Supreme Consciousness. Veda forms the basis of our philosophical knowledge. The word Veda itself means to know/knowledge. If you want knowledge, learning Veda is absolutely necessary.