Sama-Veda


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Sama-Veda

(ˈsɑːməˈveɪdə)
n
(Hinduism) Hinduism the third Veda containing the rituals for sacrifices
[C18: from Sanskrit sāman a chant + Veda]
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Noun1.Sama-Veda - a collection of mantras and tunes for use with the Rig-Veda
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Rajan Zed, who is President of Universal Society of Hinduism, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, said that the elements of musical theory were first found in Sama-Veda. By the end of the 11th century, there were several hundred distinct schools of Hindu music; one authority even specified the precise number to be 784.
The elements of musical theory in India were first found in ancient Sama-veda, Zed, who is chairperson of Indo-American Leadership Confederation, added.
Indo-American statesman Rajan Zed, welcoming this Bollywood-Hollywood music collaboration, pointed out in a statement in Nevada (USA) today that while adapting to Western music, we should not completely forget India's rich musical heritage, elements of whose theory go back to Sama-Veda.