The form of the ideal life in the Puranas and Dharmashastras, the beginning, the conclusion and the rituals of the Vedas
AbstractThe four Vedas, divided into Rig, Yajur, Sāma and Atharva, are the basis of Indian culture and Sanskrit literature. The Vedas present the mysteries of all kinds of religions, actions and knowledge approved by the Lord in formulaic forms, which only a few learned men could benefit from. In time the Purāṇas were composed to make the mysteries prescribed in the Vedas simple, easy to understand and accessible to all ordinary people. The old says that the new becomes the old. That is, a scripture that is very old and seems to be completely new because of the relevance of the subjects it presents is ancient. Through various stories, legends and illustrations, the Purāṇas teach us to apply the meanings of the Vedas in our lives like a friend. as in Fig From the scriptures of the Vedas and others . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ॥ They say that by holding it is dharma, that is, by holding or sustaining the world. The scriptures of religion say that religion rules. That is, a scripture in which religion is primarily referred to is called a scripture of religion.
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