This book occupies a very important position in the study of the history of religions. It traces the earliest stage in the evolution of beliefs which constitute the source of religious concepts of the majority of the modern Indians. The book is divided into seven chapters and is well documented with Sanskrit and general index. This book is definitely a valuable contribution to the Vedic mythology
1. Introduction 2. Vedic Conceptions of the World and It's Origin 3. The Vedic Gods 4. Mythical Beasts and Heroes 5. Animals and Inanimate Objects 6. Demonds and Fiends 7. Eschatology
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