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The Vedic (Hindu) Pantheon

The Vedic Path is unique among Pagan paths because they have written documents that have been passed down through millennia. They were written by those who believe in them and in a language that can still be read today.

Although they are still subject to human bias and interpretation, the bias is much less than most other documents available in other pagan paths that were primarily transcribed and translated by Christians who often intentionally or unconsciously altered the texts.

Bhagavad Gita

Legend says the deity Ganesha was in such a hurry to write down the Mahabharata that when he couldn't find a writing utensil fast enough to do so, he broke off one of his tusks to use instead.

The Mahabharata is a sacred Vedic text. It can be difficult for westerners because there are so many characters and the names are very different. In this video series, the story, Bhagavad Gita, a story within the Mahabharata, is summarized in small bites, so that when you read or listen to the whole story, it is easier to follow.

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