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Yajur-Veda

(ˈjʌdʒʊəˈveɪdə)
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(Hinduism) Hinduism the second Veda, consisting of prayers and sacrificial formulas primarily for use by the priests
[from Sanskrit, from yajur sacred, holy (compare Greek hagios holy) + Veda]
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Noun1.Yajur-Veda - a collection of sacrificial formulas and prayers
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The Yajurveda mentions that the knowledge of Vedas is meant for the well-being of the entire humanity.
Punjab Tigers 133 for 7 in 20 overs (Bheem Kanwar 47, Monarch Goyal 24, Yugam Gautam 17; Yajurveda Janmeda 4/16, A.
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).
In a courtroom break, Jones copied out a sentence from the Yajurveda (1500- 1200 BCE): "Then God produced Law, and Law is the king of kings, by whose help the weak are made strong", adding his otive reflection: "Moabused in Europe fo which occurs in th of a country govern rially by despotism".
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.
The 56- day- long Murajapam Festival, that began on November 19, 2013 concluded on Makara Sankranthi day, according to the Malayalam calendar and included chanting of three Vedas (Rigveda, Yajurveda and Samaveda).
Cohen has also perceived in BU a challenge to the authority of the Rgveda from a sect taking the Yajurveda as their authority.
Se le conoce como trayi vidya (triple ciencia), puesto que incluye tres grandes colecciones: Rgveda (Veda de las estrofas), Samaveda (Veda de las melodias) y Yajurveda (Veda de las formulas rituales).
Hyderabad Yet another round of inspections at the Yajurveda Mandir, the residential quarters of the late Satya Sai Baba, has yielded more hidden wealth, including cash, gold and silver valuables.
it is a subdivision of Adharvaveda, which is one amongst four important Vedas (Rig-Veda, Samaveda, Yajurveda, Adharvaveda).
It may also be concluded that the Cambodian brahmans of the late ninth century were familiar with the Apastamba-srautasutra and therefore belonged to the TaittirIya branch of the Black Yajurveda -- an affiliation common in southern India and also attested to in seventh-century Cambodia.
According to the Satapatha Brahmana (a Brahmana of Yajurveda compiled by the sage Yajnavalkya), the list of 33 devas includes Astavasu, Ekadasa Rudra, Dvadsaditya, Svarga and Prithvi.