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Maharishi explains that Veda is expressed in the orderly sequence of Shabda (sounds) and Sandhi (gaps). Komalangam—the supremely delicate quality of Veda—was celebrated by the Pandits on two distinct levels: one level, Shabda Brahm, represented by the continuous sound of the conch used in the ancient Vedic ceremony; and the other level, Sandhi Brahm, expressed by the intermittent sound of the bell.   --Maharishi's historic address on 29 March 2007.
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Maharishi explains that Veda is expressed in the orderly sequence of Shabda (sounds) and Sandhi (gaps). Komalangam—the supremely delicate quality of Veda—was celebrated by the Pandits on two distinct levels: one level, Shabda Brahm, represented by the continuous sound of the conch used in the ancient Vedic ceremony; and the other level, Sandhi Brahm, expressed by the intermittent sound of the bell.   --Commemorating Maharishi's historic address on 29 March 2007 by Global Good News staff writer, Global Good News, 29 March 2010.
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Brahm
Gaps in Veda and Vedic Literature
Komalangam
Sandhi Brahm
Shabda
Shabda Brahm
Sounds in Veda and Vedic Literature
 
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