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Vyakaran Sanskrit
   His Holiness Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
   on the importance of regular practice of
   the Transcendental Meditation technique:
Vyakaran is one of the structuring dynamics of Rk Veda. It highlights the quality
of EXPANSION involved in structuring Rk Veda.
With reference to consciousness, Vyakaran comprises the specific sets of laws
of Nature that are engaged in promoting the quality of Chhandas--the object
  The total potential of Natural Law, the field of
Transcendental Consciousness, is such a basic element
that throughout the infinity of time anyone who wanted to
teach and give advice to others had taken recourse to this
theme of research in consciousness in order to fathom the
Ultimate Reality and live the total potential of life according
to the Constitution of the Universe.

-Introduction to Maharishi Vedic University, p. 227

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of observation, which hides the dynamism of Devata in the witnessing quality
of Rishi--within the Samhita level of consciousness, providing a structure to the
eternally silent, self-referral, self-sufficient, fully awake state of
consciousness, which is intimately personal to everyone.
(complete table of qualities)
 
  In the physiology, Vyakarana is represented 
by the hypothalamus. The hypothalamus 
releases factors that activate the pituitary 
gland, neurohypophysis, and autonomic 
nervous system. 

These releasing factors represent the 
expansion fundamental to the process of 
evolution of the endocrine and autonomic 
response, which leads to a large number of 
biochemical and physiological responses that 
  bring the system to a new state of balance. 


-His Majesty Prof. Tony Nader-Ram in 
Human Physiology: Expression of  
Veda and the Vedic Literature, pp. 85-90 
Vyakaran Physiology
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Ashtadhyayi
-a systematic and scientific formulation of the rules of grammar
 inherent in Vedic language, expounded in eight chapters

DhatupathaGanapathaUnadi Sutras

 

 

 

 

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