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Volume 5 Issue 6
The Vedic Era: Indian Women And Spirituality
|Author(s)||Daljit Kaur, Aarushi Rana, Nadira Khan|
|Abstract||this monograph, an attempt has been made to ascertain the spiritual state and spirituality of women in the Vedic period. The socio-religious status of women, their contribution and involvement in philosophical-intellectual debates, along with a comparison of Gender spiritual rights have also been revisited.
Since the concept of spirituality has changed and grown over time, various definitions coexist today. Saints or enlightened ones have shown higher degrees of spiritual growth than the common man. The word "spirituality" has been used here to refer to a religious reforming process that comprises the examination of some universal concepts, such as compassion, love, generosity, afterlife, enlightenment, and truth.
The Vedic civilization is an intriguing exception to the norm concerning the general situation of women becoming unsatisfactory as the years progressed. The role of women is increasingly gratifying the further back we look, including the spiritual realm. As a period of great social and political stability, the early Vedic era is regarded as the "golden age" of women. In contrast, the later Vedic era marked a sharp and apparent decline in the social standing of women.
This work emphasizes the spiritual empowerment of women and highlights the crucial role they had in forming religious and cultural traditions during this time through a review of Vedic texts, academic interpretations, and archaeological data. The approach used in this work is strictly descriptive, and the data needed was gathered from primary as well as secondary sources with reference to Vedic women in antiquity.
KEYWORDS- Vedic Era, Religion, Society, and Women’s Spirituality.
|Keywords||- Vedic Era, Religion, Society, and Women’s Spirituality.|
|Field||Sociology > Archaeology / History|
|Published In||Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023|
|Cite This||The Vedic Era: Indian Women And Spirituality - Daljit Kaur, Aarushi Rana, Nadira Khan - IJFMR Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2023.v05i06.8215|
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