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Many times parents wish they could get an inkling of what happens in the temple pujas, or what the local pandit chants during a family ceremony. Parents also wish they could get a more intimate feel of the thought processes and the sacred heritage of our ancestors. Also, many hope that their children can tune in a bit as well.
The North Indian tradition follows Shukla Yajur Veda and the chants for Abhisheka are called Rudri or Rudrashtadhyayi, i.e. eight chapters. These are from Shukla Yajurveda Vajasaneyi Madhyandina Samhita chapters 16 and 18. This book has been accordingly designed for crisp and clear readability of the Sanskrit mantras. Special attention is given to:
A simple English translation of the Sanskrit text has been given at headers so that one may understand and connect better. And admire the magnificent heights attained by the men of yore.
Additionally contains helpful notes in many places.
This book has been written with correct Vedic Sanskrit accents and matras using the latest Vedic Sanskrit font conforming to Unicode 14.0 standard. The Shukla Yajurveda symbols for Devanagari, Vedic Extensions and Devanagari Extended have been correctly typed.