Satapatha-brahmana

by Julius Eggeling | 1882 | 730,838 words | ISBN-13: 9788120801134

This is Satapatha Brahmana Fourth Kāṇḍa.Fourth Kāṇḍa.Fourth Kāṇḍa English translation of the Sanskrit text, including a glossary of technical terms. This book defines instructions on Vedic rituals and explains the legends behind them. The four Vedas are the highest authortity of the Hindu lifestyle revolving around four castes (viz., Brahmana, Ksatriya, Vaishya and Shudra). Satapatha (also, Śatapatha, shatapatha) translates to “hundred paths”. This page contains the text of the Fourth Kāṇḍath brahmana of kanda Fourth Kāṇḍa, adhyaya Fourth Kāṇḍa.

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