Vasudev Sharan Agrawal had written a book- 'Bharat ki Maulik Ekta' centered on the primary idea of Atharvaveda
that established the unity of India to be above caste, creed, language, and region.
Stressing that one of the four Vedas- the Atharvaveda
- encapsulates dedication to nature 5,000 years ago, the Prime Minister said India's economic growth was based not on exploitation of nature - which is a crime- but on its use and preservation and on respecting it.
It has been recognized in India since the Vedic period (1500-500 BC) and is described in the ancient Indian scripture Atharvaveda
63) But in later Vedic texts like the Atharvaveda
, the Yajurveda, the Brahmanas, and the Upanisads, he is frequently mentioned as the highest deity (64) (to whom gods [deva] and countergods [asura] turn for enlightenment).
c) Ancient Vedic period, corresponding to the language of the late Mantra period, representing the language of the RV-Khila (a series of apocryphal hymns), Samaveda, Atharvaveda
(Paippalada and Saunakiya), Yajurveda.
Ancient Indian texts such as AtharvaVeda
and olden Egyptian medical text Ebers Papyrus have description of the disease.
The samhita of the Atharvaveda
(Hindu religious text) contains 114 hymns or incantations for the magical cure of diseases.
contains charms and ritual to ensure the birth of a son in preference to that of daughters (Altekar: 1956).
The Bhumisukta in Atharvaveda
proclaims, "The Earth is my Mother, I am son of the Earth.
Posteriormente, se anade una cuarta coleccion: Atharvaveda
(Veda de los Atharvas, nombre de la tribu que tuvo la revelacion).
Schmiedchen (eds), The Atharvaveda
and its Paippaladasakha: Historical and philological papers on a Vedic tradition, pp.
This system of medicine dating from 3000BC comprises four books called the vedas, one of which the atharvaveda
has more than 100 formulations for the treatment of diseases, many of which call for spices as a cure.