Every scripture in Hinduism begins with adoring salutations to Bhagavan Sri VedaVyāsa. No name in the Indian history and culture invokes such reverential sentiment and stirs widespread awe and as that of Bhagavan Sri VedaVyāsa.
Bhagavan Sri VedaVyāsa is the greatest seer, guru, author, poet and philosopher in the Hindu religion. He is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, is considered as one of the seven Chiranjeevis (immortals) in the Hindu religion who lives for the welfare of the world. He exemplifies righteousness and perfection.
Bhagavan Sri VedaVyāsa is the ocean of knowledge who has illuminated the world through his divine literary accomplishments. He is the origin and the source all the Hindu scriptures.
Bhagavan Sri VedaVyāsa's immortal writings inspire the whole world to this day. He divided and arranged the single sacrosanct Veda into four Vedas. He authored the Brahma Sutras and eighteen Puranas. He is the author of the great epic Mahabharata, which contains the Bhagavad Gita, the crown jewel of Hindu Scriptures. He also wrote the most chanted Vishnu Sahasranama.