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Vedic Hospitality

AVAHAN: A Journal on Hospitality and Tourism

Volume 3 Issue 1

Published: 2015
Author(s) Name: Ramamoorthy Thiyagarajan | Author(s) Affiliation: Research Scholar,Research Unit,Indira Gandhi National Open University,Maidan Garhi,New Delhi,India
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The Vedas are those books of Indian Culture which have stored in themselves the knowledge related to all subjects like astrology, music, mathematics, science, religion, medicine, nature, astronomy, cosmogony etc. I have taken a drop from this ocean to explain the phrase Vedic Hospitality. The Vedas define Hospitality is a friendly and generous reception of guests or strangers. To be hospitable, therefore, means to care and show respect for another being. It is a sincere expression of appreciation, love, and humility. A person whose heart is filled with gratitude, magnanimity, and spirituality is naturally hospitable. I have quoted some points from Vedas, how hospitality is to be extended and what are the basic requirements for host and guest. Also I have mentioned some points about the differences between Vedic Hospitality and Modern Day Hospitality.

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