Title -: Saam Veda or Sama Veda
Sama Veda in Oriya language and script.
About the Book-:The Sama veda is shortest of all the four Vedas. It is closely connected with the Rigveda. It is important to note that the Samhita of the Samaveda is an independent collection (Samhita), yet it has taken many verses, a large number indeed, from the Samhita of Rig veda. These verses are chiefly derived from the eighth and the ninth Mandalas of the Rig veda. The Sama veda is compiled exclusively for ritual application, for its verses are all meant to be chanted at the ceremonies of the Soma-sacrifice. In the ritualistic tradition, these verses are sung at those sacrifices in which Soma juice with other ingredients is offered to various deities. The Samaveda is, therefore, specially intended for the Udagata priest, who chants psalms at the sacrificial ritual. Its stanzas assume their proper character of musical samans or chants only in the various song-books called Ganas.
Type -: Vedic
Language -: Odia
Weight -: 1004 Grms
Dimension -: 22 X 14 X 4 Cms
Number of Pages -: 882
Publisher -: Dharmagrantha Store
Translation -: Madhusudan Mohanty
Binding-: Hard Paper
Publication Year -: 2007 New
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