Why does Asha redirect here? — goethean ॐ 14:58, 27 September 2006 (UTC)
cognate to avestan aša? 
I really would appreciate someone sourcing this before they put it up. Not saying its not true, but its also quite unreasonable to make that statement without some reliable reference. --Gñāna (talk) 21:34, 8 June 2010 (UTC)
Potential resources 
If anyone can get access to any of the following works, the article may benefit from including any pertinent information they may contain. I'd be very interested to view their bibliographies.
- Ramakrishna, G. & Rao, R. S. (1965). "Origin and Growth of the Concept of rta in Vedic Literature". Doctoral Dissertation. online
- Heckaman, Curtis R. (1979). "Toward a Comprehensive Understanding of Rta in the Rig Veda" in: ETD Collection for McMaster University, Paper AAIMK50829.
- Premnath, D. N. (1994). "The Concepts of Rta and Maat: A Study in Comparison" in: Biblical Interpretation: A Journal of Contemporary Approaches, Volume 2, Number 3, pp. 325-339.
- DeVries, L. (1979). "Vedic rta- and Avestan aša", Doctoral Dissertation, University of Minnesota.
- Chakrabarti, Samiran C. (2006). "Rta, Satya, Tattva, Tathya" in: Sen, Pranab K. (Ed.) Philosophical Concepts Relevant to Sciences in Indian Tradition (Series: History of Science, Philosophy and Culture in Indian Civilization, Vol. 3, Part 4.) Delhi: Centre for Studies in Civilizations. ISBN: 8-187-58627-3.
- Davis, D. A. (1998). "The Presence of Rta" in: Sharma, B. D. & Ghose, N. (Eds.) Revisiting Indus-Sarasvati Age and Ancient India.
- Khanna, Madhu (2004). Rta: The Cosmic Order. New Delhi. ISBN: 8-124-60252-2.
--Aryaman (talk) 08:20, 14 July 2010 (UTC)
- I got the second one (Heckaman 1979); I can email it to you if you'd like. Shreevatsa (talk) 16:58, 15 July 2010 (UTC)