Friday, 20 January 2012

Four Vedas - Sanskrit text with Hindi commentary by Jaydev Sharma

The Vedas are the most ancient sacred texts of Hinduism. Each of the four Vedas consists of the metrical Mantra or Samhita' part and the prose 'Brahmana' part giving discussions and directions for the detail of the ceremonies at which the Mantras were to be used and explanations of the legends connected with the Mantras and rituals. Both these portions are termed shruti (which tradition says to have been heard but not composed or written down by men).

The Rig Veda commentary by Jaydev Sharma was first published in 1930 in 7 volumes along with 2 volumes of Yajur Veda, one volume of Sama Veda & 2 volumes of Atharva Veda. The author has taken care to make his commentary lucid and profound. His commentary is based on the commentaries of ancient sages like Sayana, Skandaswami, Venkatamadhava and also on the modern day sages like Swami Dayanand.

DOWNLOAD LINKS

Rig Ved sanhita Bhasha Bhashya -Jaydev Sharma Vol 1 
Rig Ved sanhita Bhasha Bhashya -Jaydev Sharma Vol 2  
Rig Ved sanhita Bhasha Bhashya -Jaydev Sharma Vol 3 
Rig Ved sanhita Bhasha Bhashya -Jaydev Sharma Vol 4 
Rig Ved sanhita Bhasha Bhashya -Jaydev Sharma Vol 5 
Rig Ved sanhita Bhasha Bhashya -Jaydev Sharma Vol 6
Rig Ved sanhita Bhasha Bhashya -Jaydev Sharma Vol 7  

Yajur Vedsanhita BhashaBhashya -JaydevSharma Vol 1 
Yajur Vedsanhita BhashaBhashya -JaydevSharma Vol 2 


Sama Ved sanhita Bhasha Bhashya -Jaydev Sharma1 

AtharvVedsanhitaBhashaBhashya -JaydevSharma Vol 1 
AtharvVedsanhitaBhashaBhashya -JaydevSharma Vol 2 

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Rig Veda Sanskrit text & Hindi translation - RG Trivedi  

3 comments:

  1. hariom ji
    here is the link for atharvveda volume 3 by jaydev sharma http://www.scribd.com/doc/103429156/Atharvaved-Sanhita-Bhasha-Bhashy-Volume-3

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