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Four Vedas : ચાર વેદ

The Vedas (वेद or véda), which means knowledge or wisdom, form the oldest of Sanskrit literature and are considered as the originating text of Hinduism. They are supposed to have been directly revealed, and thus are called shruti, श्रुति (i.e. what is heard). Vedic chants are recited at prayers, religious functions and auspicious occasions.

Vedas are divided in four parts, three of which are related to the performance of yajna:

  1. the Rig veda, containing hymns to be recited by the host or chief priest;
  2. the Yajur veda, containing hymns to be recited by the adhvaryu or officiating priest;
  3. the Sāma veda, containing hymns to be chanted by the udgatra, another class of priest.
  4. The fourth, the Atharva Veda, rarely used in rituals, is a collection of incantations, stories, predictions, and apotropaic charms often associated with healing, magical powers, afterlife etc.

Find here the mp3 audio of all four Vedas.

 Atharva Veda : अथर्व वेद : અથર્વ વેદ


This audio is broken down into 27 parts.
The total time is approx. 19 hours.

Krishna Yajur Veda : कृष्ण यजुर्वेद : કૃષ્ણ યજુર્વેદ


This audio is broken down into 57 parts.
The total time is approx 39 hours.

Rig Veda : ऋग्वेद : ઋગ્વેદ


This audio is broken down into 54 parts.
The total time is approx 38 hours.

Sam Veda : साम वेद : સામ વેદ


This audio is broken down into 64 parts.
The total time is approx 42 hours.

Shukla Yajur Veda : शुक्ल यजुर्वेद : શુક્લ યજુર્વેદ


This audio is broken down into 55 parts.
The total time is approx 37 hours.

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