Shashikant: Swamiji please explain the characteristics of prajapathi or yashputra who is yashputra?
Swami Ramswarup: Meanings of Prajapati are several according to subject-matter of Vedas. In some cases, its meaning is God Who nurses the entire universe.

Meaning of Prajapati is Almighty, Omniscient God Who nurses the universe.

Yashputra is he who follows the spiritual vedic path, discharges all moral duties faithfully, listens to all moral duties preached in Vedas and follows its preaching. He has control over his five senses, five perceptions and mind due to the same pious deed he earn several good qualities and such person may also be called Yashputra.

Vpsh: Swamiji, is the word ‘Moksha’ can be seen anywhere in Veda? I heard word ‘Moksha’ is not written in Veda. If it is true, how can we conform Karma theory in Veda? Please help me Swamiji. Also, if Bagavadh Gita is monotheistic why Krishna explains about various demigods in it? Or is it a misinterpretation? Thanks.
Swami Ramswarup: The meaning of Moksha is to liberate oneself from facing the result of all deeds and to overcome death by realizing God. At this stage, the next birth is not taken by the soul. Regarding moksha, therefore Yajurveda mantra 31/18 states :-’Tvamev viditva Mrityum ati…….(anyaha panthaha)other than this path (ayanaaya) the desired path to get moksha [salvation] (Na vidate) does not exist . i.e., Oh! God the person overcomes death i.e., gets moksha by realizing you.

Atharvaveda mantra 7/80/1 states (Naakasya Prishthe) i.e., moksha, Yajurveda mantra 25/13 states (asya chhaya amritam) i.e., the shelter of God is Amritam i.e., moksha. So, several divine pious words in vedas produce the meaning of moksha. In this connection, Kapil muni in his Sankhya Shastra 1/5 states:-
“UTKARSHADAPI MOKSHASYA SARVOTKARSH SHRUTEHE” i.e., the divine pleasure of moksha (salvation) is the most supreme pleasure.

Vedas also tell about the same. So, it does not make any difference that the word “ moksha” is not mentioned in Vedas because ‘moksha’ is Hindi word and worldly Sanskrit whereas the Vedas have divine Sanskrit words which emanate directly from God.

So Vedas contain only divine Sanskrit words like “Naake” , “Amritam, Mrityum Atitaranni” etc., as quoted above. when the said words will be uttered in worldly Sanskrit or Hindi then their meaning will be moksha. For example word ‘Pani” does not exist in divine Vedas . in Vedas, ‘Apaha’ word exists whose meaning is ‘Pani’ in Hindi.

Yogeshwar Sri Krishna Maharaj has never stated about demigods. In this regards I paste my article:

The people are ignorant because nowadays, mostly saints are not spreading the eternal knowledge of Vedas, please. Vedas tell to worship only one God who is formless, Almighty, who creates, nurses and destroys the universe. God is eternal; and there is, was and shall be no God except the eternal one, who is the only creator.

Atharvaveda mantra 4/11/7 states when a yogi after deep study of Vedas and hard practice of Ashtang Yoga, performing Yajyen etc., realises Almighty God, he becomes equivalent to God but not God. That yogi can’t create, nurse and destroy the universe. God never takes birth and never faces the result of deeds whereas every yogi takes birth and faces the result of his previous lives’ deeds before attaining salvation. So millions of facts about the form of God along with unlimited qualities and divine deeds etc., have been briefed by God Himself in the Vedas which the public does not listen from the ordinary saints who are against the Vedas and hence, the illusion has spread alongwith problems, tensions, blind faith, sickness, corruption, unlimited diseases and sorrows etc., in the public.

I have written Bhagwad Geeta six chapters with detailed comments according to Vedas and would like to send you as presentation after reading your views. If you desire, you can send your postal address. In the book, I have tried to clarify the fact that Sri Krishna studied Vedas along with Sudama in the ashram of Sandeepan Rishi and also from other Rishis. He became Yogeshwar. Secondly, Bhagwad Geeta is an extract of Bheeshma Parv of Mahabharat written by Vyas Muniji. So, the knowledge of Bhagwad Geeta is completely based on Vedas’ knowledge which Sri Krishna Maharaj studied. When, there is not a single Ved mantra about avtar/reincarnation in Vedas then how can Sri Krishna Maharaj declare himself as avtar. He has not mentioned the same in Bhagwad Geeta but the fact is understood only when either Bhagwad Geeta is listened from a learned acharya of Vedas who has also practised Ashtang yoga or Vedic comments of above quoted yogi on Bhagwad Geeta are read. Otherwise one can go ahead with his belief.

It is also pertinent to mention here that eighteen chapters of Bheeshma parv of Mahabharat have been secluded, named and printed as Bhagwad Geeta. Infact, Yogeshwar Sri Krishna Maharaj has praised and eulogised Vedas in Bhagwad Geeta. The above stated facts are known only to learned of Vedas. The saints who are ignorant of the knowledge of Vedas are naturally ignorant of the Vedas’ knowledge contained in Bhagwad Geeta and are therefore compelled not to explain the shloka of Bhagwad Geeta, briefly and truly wherein the reference and truth of Ved mantras exists. Why? Because they have not studied Vedas.

I also advise you to read my book Bhagwad Geeta Ek vedic Rahasya part I, II and III worth Rs. 400/-,400/- and Rs. 250/- excluding postal charges. The book can be sent to you on receipt of your postal address, if you desire.

Deepak: I want latest Vedic calender 2013. Charges will be paid on demand.
Swami Ramswarup: Calendar is being sent to you. Yet, not satisfied with this calendar, then you are advised to make contact with M/S Vijay Kumar Hassanand, Nai Sadak, Delhi-110006.
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Sunil: Please can you provide copy of all vedas with detailed explanation in hindi in form of CD ?
Swami Ramswarup: In this connection, you are advised to make contact with M/S Vijay Kumar Hassanand, Nai Sadak, Delhi-110006.

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Pankaj: Please send me Manva dharma shiksha.
Swami Ramswarup: Book is being sent to you.