The law of action: the Vedas and their forms
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The idea of an action is described by means of verbs, and of an actor by means of nouns. Verbs are associated with nouns. Further, there are two kinds of verbs, transitive and intransitive. Dharma requires the function of the intellect; and described the Vedas in various forms. The text of the Vedas does not consist of hymns of praise addressed to the gods, but is an examination of the laws of Dharma. The Vedas are said to consist of Mantras and Brahmanas, i.e. hymns of praise, and laws of life and their explanation; but the essential idea of both is the same. The Vedas are three in number; namely Rik, Sama and Yajus. A fourth Nigada is sometimes added; but it should be included in Yajus. The text of the Vedas is composed of the most perfect form of language. A further elaboration on the subject maybe read at:
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