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Which are the four Veda and who edited them?

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Asked by serpentine, 10 Mar '08 08:49 am
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The division of the Vedas is fourfold. They are Rig-Veda , Yajur-Veda . Sama-Veda (SV), Atharva-Veda (AV). The Sama- Veda was edited (with German translation.) by Benfey (Leipzig, 1848); by Satyavrata Samashrami in Bibl. Ind. (Calcutta, 1873); The four recensions of the Yajur-Veda have been separately edited "Vajasaneyi Samhita" by Weber (London and Berlin, 1852), tr. Griffith (Benares, 1899); "Taittiriya S." by Weber in "Indische Studien", XI, XII (Berlin, 1871-72); "Maitrayani S." by von Schroeder (Leipzig, 1881-86); "Kathaka S." by von Schroeder (Leipzig, 1900-09). The Atharva-Veda has been edited by Roth and Whitney (berlin, 1856); Engl. tr. in verse by Griffith (2 vols., Benares, 1897); prose by Bloomfield in "Sacred Books of the East".
Answered by Doctor Know, 10 Mar '08 09:22 am

 
  
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vyas eduitd them rig samathar and jyajur
Answered by Dinesh C S, 10 Mar '08 02:57 pm

 
  
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