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Who is writer of veda....

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Asked by Nava Bw, 28 Dec '13 12:01 am
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Ved Vyas...........
Answered by Nava Waghmare, 28 Dec '13 12:48 am

 
  
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I am not romantic person says
Answered by Rasik Patel, 28 Dec '13 12:59 am

 
  
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Vay swayam Bhavan Brahma ji ke mooch se nikale huye kahe jaate hain.
Poorv kaal me likha nahi Ek se doosre ko sunaaye jaate thay; jinhe sun ne vale smaran kar lete thay aur eik peedhi se doosre ko yathavat pradan kee jaati thi, inhe Smriti kaha jaata tha. Baad me jab lekhan ka prachalan hua tab inhe likha gaya ; Pashchim me lekhak ke roop me vyakti ko mahatv nahi diya jaata tha; jaisa ki aaj ham lekhak ko pramukhta dete hain, Bharat mei rachna ko pramukhta dee jaati thee.
Answered by Om Shrivastava, 28 Dec '13 12:48 am

 
  
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Not written first.it was memorised then written wth help of memory by group of Arya monks.
Answered by baishakhibanerjee, 28 Dec '13 12:09 am

 
  
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Om ji ki baat bilkul sahi hai
Answered by Jaikishan Bulchandani, 28 Dec '13 12:59 pm

 
  
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Vedas were incorporated in to one document and divided in to four parts by Veda Vyas whose real name was Krishna Dwaipayana, the son of Muni Parashara and mother Satyabati. He incorporated the hymns which were in existence for ages since time immemorial from generation to generation by memorizing. That is why the Vedas is also known as Smriti or 'from memory'. Each hymn has one Rishi, one deity or dynamic natural force, and one one rhyme. None of these are original composition by Veda Vyas
Answered by vedprakash sharma, 28 Dec '13 02:36 am

 
  
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