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    ISSN: 2583-4371
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    Indi Religious Symbolism and Postulates of Vedic Philosophy in Relation to Whitman's Poetic Miliu

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    Author: K John King Bharath, Dr. Aditi Dutta

    Keywords: Whitman’s, Poetic, Hindu, Religious and Vedic Philosophy

    Abstract: Walt Whitman, renowned as one of America's greatest poets, captivated readers with his groundbreaking works that celebrated the individual, embraced the diversity of human experience, and explored the interconnectedness of all existence. This study delves into the profound influence of Vedic philosophy on Whitman's poetry, shedding light on the parallels between his poetic vision and the timeless wisdom of ancient Indian scriptures. The research begins by examining key tenets of Vedic philosophy, including the concept of universal consciousness (Brahman), the interconnectedness of all beings (Atman), and the pursuit of self-realization through transcendental knowledge (Jnana). Drawing upon Whitman's poetic oeuvre, spanning from "Leaves of Grass" to his later works, the study elucidates how these themes manifest in his verse and illuminate his philosophical worldview.

    Article Info: Received: 24 Nov 2023, Received in revised form: 02 Jan 2024, Accepted: 10 Jan 2024, Available online: 01 Feb 2024

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