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Rig 10.159A women speaks after waking up in morning, “My destiny is as glorious as the rising sun. Her sons and daughters are also dedicated to the State.Rig ved 1.164.41One ved, two ved, or four ved along with ayurved, dhanurved, gandharved, aarthved etc in addition with education, kalp, grammar, nirukt, astrology, meters i.e the six vedaang should be attained by the clear-minded woman, which is equivalent to the crystal-clear water and spread this diversified knowledge among the people. A scholarly woman who has practiced or teaches one, two or four Vedas or four Vedas and four upavedas, along with grammar, etymology etc and spreads knowledge to whole world and removes ignorance of people is source of happiness for entire world.In summary: Yajur 31.11In this mantra the Brahman, kshatriya, vaishya and shudra are there in each human body.Brahmin from the head, king from the shoulders, vaishya from the thigh, and shudra by feet.Atharva Ved Atharva 11.5.18In this mantra of Brahmcharya Sukta, it is emphasized that girls too should train themselves as students and only then enter into married life. I am the emblem, I am the head, I am supreme and now I dictate; my husband must conform to my will; rivals now I have none.The Sukta specifically emphasizes that girls should receive the same level of training as boys. My sons are destroyers of my enemies; my daughter is a queen; and I am victorious. O enlightened, I have offered that oblation which has been offered by the one, the most illustrious and thus I have become renowned and most powerful; I have freed myself from my rival damsels.The progeny of the shudra through his karma(actions) can grow to be a Brahman.A woman who studies and teaches all parts of Vedas brings progress to all human beings Rig ved Like wise in so many other mantras a woman has been presented to play an essential role in family and as wife.

Rigevda contains several Suktas containing description of Usha as a God. Please refer “Usha Devata” by Pt Sri Pad Damodar Satvalekar as part of “Simple Translation of Rigveda (Rigved ka subodh bhashya)”.

Page 121 to 147 for summary of all such verses spread across entire Rigveda.


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