Scriptures of Hinduism

There are many written texts of Hindu religion. At present, it is a religion which has many religious texts which were written in different times keeping in mind the requirements of that time. The aim of all these is the welfare of the living beings. Through the Vedas, Upanishads, Puranas and Epics, any living being can acquire all kinds of knowledge, science, spiritual, social etc.


rig veda

Rigveda is one of the four Vedas. This is the oldest and biggest (it has total 10521 mantras) Vedas. Rest of the Vedas are also inspired by Rigveda, hence Rigveda has the most importance among all the four Vedas.

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Yajur veda

Yajurveda is the Veda of Karma. The meaning of Yaju would be Yajna, that is, the collection of mantras for performing Yajna is called Yajurveda. In this, information related to Havan and rituals is obtained. 

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Sama veda

Samaveda is one of the four Vedas. It is the smallest of the four Vedas. Most of it is taken from Rigveda. Samveda is related to music or singing. The collection of lyrical hymns of the Vedas is called “Samveda”.

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Atharva Veda

Atharvaveda is full of knowledge of spirituality and philosophy. This Veda talks about important things like Geography, Astronomy, Botany, Ayurveda, Economics, Witchcraft and many more. It is one of the Newest Vedas.

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The teachings given by Lord Shri Krishna to Arjuna in the battlefield of Kurukshetra come to us through the Gita. Gita is one of the most influential texts of Hinduism today. Through the Gita, Lord Shri Krishna orders people to do selfless deeds. Everyone can get answers to all the questions related to their life through Gita. Today people have got a change in their life with the help of Gita.

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Epics of Hinduism


Mahabharata is the biggest and famous epic of Hinduism. It was composed by Maharishi Vedvyas. The Mahabharata depicts the struggle between the two descendants of the Kuru dynasty, the Pandavas and the Kauravas. Whose fierce war takes place in Kurukshetra and from where Lord Shri Krishna preached the Gita.

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ramcharitmanas by tulsidas

Ramcharitmanas is one of the most famous works of the world, whose poet is Goswami Tulsidas. It is the most read and sung epic of Hinduism. It is based on the life of Lord Rama, who is said to be an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Goswami Tulsidas has portrayed the character of Lord Rama as Maryadapurushottam in it.

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