Aranyaka

The Aranyakas (Sanskrit {IAST|āraṇyaka} आरण्यक) are part of the Hindu śruti, the four Vedas; they were composed in late Vedic Sanskrit typical of the Brahmanas and early Upanishads; indeed, they frequently form part of either the Brahmanas or the Upanishads. `Aranyaka` ({IAST|āraṇyaka}) means `belonging to the wilderness` ({...
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Aranyaka

(Skr.) One of early Indian treatises composed in the forest (aranya) by Brahmans retired from life and devoting their time to an interpretation of the meaning of Vedic (q.v.) ritual and usage. -- K.F.L.
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Aranyaka

noun a treatise resembling a Brahmana but to be read or expounded by anchorites in the quiet of the forest
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