2.1. Rig Veda

The Rig Veda is one of the oldest and most important texts of Hinduism, and is considered to be the oldest surviving text in any Indo-European language. It is a collection of over a thousand hymns, composed in Vedic Sanskrit, and is believed to have been compiled between 1500 BCE and 1200 BCE. These hymns are highly structured, both in terms of their meter and their content.

The hymns of the Rig Veda are addressed to the various gods of the Vedic pantheon, and are intended to be recited during ritual sacrifices. They provide insight into the religious beliefs and practices of the early Vedic period, and offer a glimpse into the worldview of the people of that time.

The hymns of the Rig Veda are organized into ten books, (know as mandalas), and each book is further divided into hymns or suktas. The hymns themselves are highly structured, and are composed in a metrical pattern that is designed to be chanted or sung.

In addition to its religious significance, the Rig Veda is also an important historical and cultural document, and has had a significant influence on Indian civilization and culture. It has been the subject of extensive study and commentary over the centuries, and continues to be a source of inspiration and guidance for many Hindus today.

The hymns of the Rig Veda are primarily concerned with religious observance and practice, and address topics such as sacrificial offerings, the worship of the gods, and the importance of correct pronunciation and recitation of the hymns. However, they also address deeper philosophical questions, such as the nature of the universe, the meaning of existence, and the relationship between humans and the divine.

The hymns of the Rig Veda are based on the concept of universal vibrations, or mantras, which are believed to have been heard and transmitted by the sages, or rishis, who composed them. The mantras are considered to have a transformative power, and are used in ritual practices to help individuals connect with the divine and achieve spiritual goals.

Overall, the Rig Veda is a rich and complex text that offers insights into the religious and philosophical beliefs of the early Vedic period, and continues to be studied and revered by Hindus today.


Old scriptures of Hinduism. 

Vedic Astrology(Jyotish Shastra ) 

Hindu system of astrology


Upavedas mean applied the knowledge

Sanatan Dharma



Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva are three major deities in Hinduism, known as the Trimurti. 


Brahma is the creator God 


Vishnu is the preserver God  


Shiva is the destroyer God 

World Oldest scriptures is Vedas (Out of 4 Vedas,  The Rigveda is oldest, dated 1500 BCE )

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