Samaveda

The Sama Veda, Samveda, or Samaveda (Sanskrit: सामवेदः, sāmaveda, from {IAST|sāman} `melody` and {IAST|veda} `knowledge`), is the third of the four Vedas, the ancient core Hindu scriptures, along with the Rig Veda, Yajur Veda, and Atharva Veda. It ranks next in sanctity and liturgical importance to the Rigveda. It consists of a...
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Samaveda

(from the article `Brhmaa`) Properly speaking, the Brhmaas of the Smaveda are the Pañcavia (25 books), avia (26th), and the Jaiminya (or Talavakra) Brhmaa. They show almost ... The most archaic Sanskrit is that of the Vedas, of which there are four major text groups called Sahits: the Rigveda, Atharvaveda, Smaveda, and ... ......
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Samaveda

A rearrangement of sections of the Rig Veda in chant form.
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