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What is written in Vedas?

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Asked by ankit shivam, 29 Nov '11 10:31 am
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While the learner of a Veda-sakha is initiated by the preceptor beginning with Samhita, he is taught the method of chanting in Pada and later in Krama. For Rigveda, Yajurveda, etc, it takes about 10 years for a learner of Veda to arrive at the level of Krama-pati, the one that has learnt the way of chanting the Veda-sakha in the way of Krama or Krama-patha. Past the stage of Krama-patha, the learner is, if he so desires, to take the ways of Jata and Ghana to arrive at the level of Ghana-pati, the one that has learnt the way of chanting the Veda-sakha in the way of Ghana or Ghana-patha. This normally takes between three to five years for a brilliant learner who has very high level of memory.

Each mantra is chanted in various patterns and combinations known as Vaakya, Pada, Krama, Jata, Maala, Sikha, Rekha, Dhwaja, Danda, Ratha, Ghana, etc.

In Jata Paatha, the first word and the second are first recited together and then the words are recited in a reverse order and then again in ...more
Source: Subah subah kyun mehnat karwaate ho bhai :(
Answered by Nauty, 29 Nov '11 10:38 am

 
  
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Impractical ways of life :)
Answered by Banke Lal, 29 Nov '11 10:31 am

 
  
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1) Sambandha- Relationship between the spirit soul, atma with paramatma or supreme personality of godhead, the material world etc...

2) Abhidheya - Practice various processes, like Sravanam, Kirtanam, Sravanam etc... to awaken one's relationship with God

3) Prayajona - Attain pure love for God.
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Answered by anil garg, 01 Dec '11 11:02 pm

 
  
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Itne saare Praveen Sajjano ka Uttar padh lene ke baad Vedo ke baare mein aur jyada bakhaan karna anuchit repeatation hi kahlayega.......
Fir bhi itna kahna uchit samajhta hoon Ved insaan ki jeene ki adharsila hota hai, Jeevan aur manusyata ki Aarambh Bikash aur Jagat Shaanti ki rahasya kholta hai......Iska antarnihit sandesh yahi hai ki -

Asatoma sadgamaya,
Tamasoma Jyotirgamaya
Mrityurmaam amritamgamaya....

Sarvesham swostirbhavatu
Sarbesham Shantirbhavatu
Sarvesham Mangalam bhavatu ...more
Answered by pradipta pati, 29 Nov '11 11:04 am

 
  
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Veda: the secreat of creation ........ VEDA is a Swayambhu (self created) ......... at the time of marriage of MANU(first male) & SATARUPA(first female) the VEDA has been created, in VEDA , it is mentioned , why creation is required? ........ how to mantain the creation, responsibility of mankind ......... Mankind is the best of the creation ....... rest all have been created to provide the service to the mankind ........ it is also mentioned , why marrige is important in one's life , why the age should be difference in male and female .......... what are promises one has to do at the time of marriage(bride & Groom) ....... it very interesting if one can read VEDA & understand ..........
Answered by pradeep mishra, 29 Nov '11 10:44 am

 
  
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Hindu philosophy, living and thinking is based on Vedas, which are the sacred textbooks of Hindu religion. There are four Vedas which are:

1. Rig Veda
2. Yajur Veda
3. Sam Veda
4. Atharva Veda

Vedas are the voice of God. Whatever be the date of their script, they are thought to contain the ultimate truth which has neither beginning nor end. Our ancient scholars visualized the nature secrets through the third eye of knowledge (via gathered spiritual power) and put them in words in the form of Vedic chants.
Rig Veda
The Rig-Veda has chants in the form of poetry. It contains the chants praising the Vedic Gods which are really the basic power of nature such as Indra (the unifying power present in the subatomic physics), Vishnu (the originator of three dimensional space), Marudgan (the gods of thunder), Vayu (the filling element of three dimensional space) and Agni (the energy of all sorts). These chants are called richas, derived from Rik (to praise). ...more
Answered by Stone, 29 Nov '11 10:34 am

 
  
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