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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureReligion & Spirituality · 1 decade ago

vedas is written by whom?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    My dear friend, sorry to disappoint you but nobody wrote Vedas.

    Actually essence of Vedas was also present before the creation of this universe. The question should be, "when were they gifted to mankind?"

    Actually Rishis didn't tell all Shlokas in a single time. They frequently kept telling them to their successors. First of all they materialized them in their hearts after a lot of Tapasya and then rendered to mankind.

    According to the Bible, the history of mankind is 8000 years old. Therefore it has become the religious duty of western Veda researchers to determine the Veda’s age within this time. That is why the most of them and their Indian puppets decide Vedas birth time between 3500 years and 4000 years ago.

    But As I said before Vedic Shlokas were not written on one place. They were added when Rishis appeared them in their hearts.

    In Kalpa Sootra(Vivah Prakranam), there comes a sentence "Dhruva iv sthiraa bhava". On this German astrologer Jacobi wrote, "in the beginning the pole star was brighter than today." and this condition was about 4600 years ago.So even these Sootras are of that time.

    On the time of Alexander, Greek scholar gathered the genealogy of Indian dynasties. At that time They had succeeded to get the record of 154 dynasties those had ruled for 6547 years authentically and Vedas were more ancient than them so. This took the age of Vedas between 8000 to 10000 years.

    Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak didn't follow the previous researchers blindfold and made his own research. According to him in Aitarey or Shatpatha Brahmin Scriptures, stars were calculated with Kritika. That time days and night were equal (Vernal Equinox) on Kritika and now on Ashwini. According to astrology this change took place about 4500 years ago. So even Brahmin scriptures were before 4500 years ago. On the time of Mantra Samhita this calculation were done with MrigShira and condition is about 6500 years ago. So his research proves that some of Shlokas were written or given between 4500 years to 10000 years.

    Narayan Bhavaniraav Pawage, the famous archaeologist also told Vedas are 9000 years old.

    Dr. Sampoornanand wrote a book named "Aryon ka adi desh"( The eternal country of Aryans). He gave their ancient land a name that was "SaptSindhawa".And where there was this place, today there is Kashmir valley, Rajashthan and some part of UP.At that time Himalayan was raising from the ocean, that is why mountains were not stable and lots of quakes used to affect the earth. This condition was vividly described by Aryans in this way,” Humans! the one who stabled this vibrating earth, and placated these angry mountains and made motionless this Dyoloka, is Indra".(Rig-Veda)

    Accord. to archaeologists, these unstable conditions were found between 25000 years to 50000 years ago and this condition was seen by the Aryans. So some of mantras are about 50000 to 25000 years old.

    Some of Mantra gives the description of two seas in east and west while more ancient Shlokas give the vivid description of four seas. And these seas were around the land of Aryans where Vyas and Satluj River would mingle. Imperial Gazetteer of India (part 1) gave this ocean name Rajpootana Sea. IT was expanded in the south-east of Aravali Mountains. Still there are some lakes of salt water (Sambhar Lake) and the layers of salt prove that the area was devoured in "Rajpootana Sea".

    And the fourth sea was present near Iran called "Asian Mediterranean Sea". Both of them have vanished when they mingled in European Mediterranean Sea. Still there are some signs of that sea in the form of black sea, Caspian Sea, Sea of Aral, Lake Balkash.All were once the Northern sea. Aryans gave description of all these seas because they were present that time and they used to do trade around them. According to archaeologists, these seas were present between 750000 to 50000 years ago. So some mantras are between those times.

    According to Sanskrit Literature, we have come to know that Rig-Veda had 21 branches but today we have only one named "Shakal Samhita".Altogether all Vedas had 1131 branches out of them we have only eleven and half branches.

    1)Rigveda:-Shakal Samhita.

    2)Krishna Yajurveda:-Taitareeya, Maitrayini and Kath.

    3)Shukla " " :- Maadhyandin and Kanwa

    4)Saamveda :-Kouthum, Ranayani, Jaimineeya

    5)Atharwaveda :-Shounak and Paippalaad.

    Also the Kath Kapishthil Samhita (half) (from Krishna Yajurveda) was found and published. So we can't exactly find out when those unfound Samhitas came into the existence for mankind.

    And these are the ages of Mantras (between 4500 to 75000 years old) determined by many Vedas researchers astrologically, geographically and astronomically.

    But we should not entangle ourselves in the questions like "Who wrote Vedas" “when they were given to mankind by the great Rishis?” or “What is the age of Vedas?” But we should read them and understand their essence that is Swatantra Sachchidananda ParBrahma Parmeshwar

  • 1 decade ago

    Vedas, also called as Shrutis(what is heard),have been passed through generations unknown in the form of Guru Shishya parampara(order). The Vedas were never actually written until the past few hundred years, and people like Max Muller and other British government agents have tortured and misinterpreted them, then some Hindu scholars like Vivekananda, Chinmaya, etc have written some commentaries on Vedas.

    Some people say that Vedas are the meditation experiences occurring during Samadhi(Superconsciousness).

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    Valmiki wrote Ramayana and Veda Vyasa wrote Mahabharatha.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    According to Hindu scholars vedas r apauruṣeya "not of human work" r supposed to have been directly revealed & thus are called sruti ("what is heard").

    As far as who wrote vedas cannot b said as it is revelation of GOD but various Indian philosophiers have taken differing positions on compiling texts 4 Vedas

    Source(s): Historical view
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  • VS
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    According to Hindu tradition, the Vedas are "not human compositions", being supposed to have been directly revealed, and thus are called śruti ("what is heard")

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I don't know but I do believe the gods and goddesses mentioned in the Vedas are reinterpreted depiction of the gods worshiped by the Babylonians and Sumerians.

  • 1 decade ago

    No one. According to Hindu tradition, the Vedas are apauruṣeya "not of human agency."

  • 1 decade ago

    Vedas are "Apaurusheya" !!! Means not written by mankind.

    It is little startling to say so. But if you study the vedic method of teaching you will understand what does it mean.

    Swami Vivekanand said,

    "The goal of mankind is knowledge ... Now this knowledge is inherent in man. No knowledge comes from outside: it is all inside. What we say a man 'knows', should, in strict psychological language, be what he 'discovers' or 'unveils'; what man 'learns' is really what he discovers by taking the cover off his own soul, which is a mine of infinite knowledge."

    This was the beauty of Vedic educational system !!!

    It is said in our culture, " You are the manifestation of the God", Amritasya Putraha. Everybody is like a God, but covered with MAYA. If that cover is removed, what ever you speak, write and do if not of your own but having that touch of Super Power of the creator God.

    It is proved by Swami Vivekanand him self through his contribution and work to raise our nations pride in world horizon. He was First Yoddha Sanyasi who did this. Many Many leaders took Him as a Idol of their life. We utter many words in our life, There are ample of good orators in the world. But it was possible by Swamiji to conquer the world with utterence of just three words, i.e. "My Brothers and sisters". It was not swami but that eternal "SHAKTI" with sadguru which made the all memebers of the conference to give standing ovation to "ugly Sanyasi" in Shikago.

    We lost this heritage of Vedic education in due course of time and though there are huge no. of postgraduates and doctorates in India there is no substantial contribution in world screen by Indians.

    ""The less you read, the better. Read the Gita and other good works on Vedanta. That is all you need. The present system of education is all wrong. The mind is crammed with facts before it knows how to think. Control of the mind should be taught first. If I had my education to get over again and had any voice in the matter, I would learn to master my mind first, and then gather facts if I wanted them. It takes people a long time to learn things because they can't concentrate their minds at will."... Swami Vivekanand.

    Jai Hind!

    Jai Shree Ram !!!!

  • 1 decade ago

    and for whom?

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