वैदिक काल में भारत में महिलाओं का स्थान ?

वैदिक काल में भारत में महिलाओं का स्थान ?

वैदिक काल में स्त्रीयो का उच्च पद और उनका समझ में ऊंचा स्थान था ,वह बहुत शिक्षित और कार्य कुशल थी अपने सामाजिक दायित्व में इसका उदाहरण कई वेद में उल्लेखित है.

ऋग्वेद युग के ऋषि जिन्होंने वैदिक सूक्त लिखे:अदिति (४.१ 4.1)अदिति दक्षिणायणी (10.72)अपाला अत्रे (8.91)दक्षिण प्रजापत्य (१०.१०ya)घोघा काकाशीवती (10.39)गोधा (10.134)इंद्राणी (10.86)जुहू ब्रह्मजया (10.109)लोपामुद्रा (1,171)रत्रि भारद्वाजी (10.127)रोमाशा (1,126)सरमा देवाशुनी (10.108)सर्पराज (10.189)सास्वतयांगिरसी (8.1)शची पॉलोमी (10.159)श्रद्धा कामायनी (10.151)सीखने की रोकथाम (9.86)सूर्य सावित्री (10.85)उर्वशी (10.85)वागम्ब्रानी (10.125)वासुक्रापत्नी (10.28)विश्रवा अत्रेय (5.28)यामी वैवस्वती (10.10)

RISHIKAS OF RIGVEDIC ERA1.

Aditi Dākshāyani (~11250 BCE): Aditi was a daughter of Prajapati Daksha. She married Rishi Kashyapa. She was the author of many Mantras of Rigveda (4.18.4 & 7 and 10.72).2.

Apālā Atreyi (~11000 BCE): Apala was a daughter of Atri Rishi. She was a junior contemporary of Rishika Romashā. She was the author of Rigvedic hymn 8.91.3.

Dakshinā Prājāpatyā (~11250 BCE): Dakshinā was also a daughter of Prajapati Daksha. She was the author of Rigvedic hymn 10.107.4.

Ghoshā Kakshivati (~11050 BCE): Ghoshā was a daughter of Kakshivat and a granddaughter of Rishi Dirghatamas II. She was the author of Rigvedic hymn 10.39.5.

Godhā (~11000 BCE): Godhā was the author of Rigvedic hymn 10.134.6-7.6.

Indrāni (11150 BCE): Indrāni was the wife of Indra. Indra was a title of the king of Rigvedic era. There were many Indras. She was the author of Rigvedic hymn 10.86.7.

Juhu Brahmajāyā (~11225 BCE): Juhu was the wife of Brahma III. She was the author of Rigvedic hymn 10.109.8.

Lopāmudrā (~11225 BCE): Lopāmudrā was the wife of Rishi Agastya. She was a daughter of the king of Vidarbha and a contemporary of Kashi King Alarka, grandson of King Pratardana. She was the author of Rigvedic hymn 1.171.9.

Ratri Bhāradvāji (~11000 BCE): Ratri was a daughter of Rishi Bharadvaja. She was the author of Rigvedic hymn 10.127.10.

Romashā (~11050 BCE): Romashā was a daughter of Rishi Brihaspati. She married King Svanaya Bhāvayavya. She was the author of Rigvedic hymn 1.126.11.

Saramā Devashuni (~11300 BCE): Saramā was a messenger of King Indra. She was a contemporary of King Divodasa Atithigva. She was the author of Rigvedic hymn 10.108.12.

Sarparājni (~11200 BCE): Sarparājni was a wife of Naga King. She was the author of Rigvedic hymn 10.189.13

Shashvati Angirasi (~11200 BCE): Shashvati was a daughter of Rishi Angirasa. She was the author of Rigvedic hymn 8.1.34.14.

Shachi Paulomi (~11300 BCE): Shachi was the wife of King Shakra also known as Indra. She was a daughter of Asura King Puloma. She was the author of Rigvedic hymn 10.159.15.

Shraddhā Kāmāyani (~11100 BCE): Shraddha was a daughter of Kama and Rati. She was the author of Rigvedic hymn 10.151.16.

Sikatā Nivāvari (~10900 BCE): Sikata was the daughter of Rishi Nivavara. She was the author of Rigvedic hymn 9.86.11-20.17.

Suryā Sāvitri (~11400 BCE): Surya was a daughter of Savita. Her sister Tāpti married Kuru King Samvarna. She was the author of Rigvedic hymn 10.85.18.

Urvashi (11240 BCE): Urvashi was a wife of King Pururava. She was the author of Rigvedic hymn 10.95. This hymn of Urvashi is in fact a dialogue between Urvashi and Pururava.19.

Vāgambhrini (10900 BCE): Vāk was a daughter of Rishi Ambrina. She was the famous author of Devi Suktam of Rigveda 10.125.20.

Vasukrapatni (11150 BCE): She was the wife of Vasukra and daughter-in-law of Indra. She was the author of Rigvedic hymn 10.28.21.

Vishvavārā Atreyi (11250 BCE): Vishvavārā was a daughter of Rishi Atri and Anasuya. She was the author of Rigvedic hymn 5.28.22. Yami Vaivasvati (~11225 BCE): Yami was a daughter of Vaivasvata Manu. She was the author of Rigvedic hymn 10.10.

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