Origin of Veda
Examples from the Web for veda
When Veda kills Mildred's husband in a jealous rage, she pleads with her mother to take the rap.
Veda is the villain of the film, but Mildred isn't let off the hook, either.
"It's really your fault," Veda wails, and Mildred recognizes the kernel of truth in her accusation.
There is, moreover, an express prohibition (of the Sûdras studying the Veda).The Vedanta-Sutras with the Commentary by Sankaracarya|Translator: George Thibaut
The deities are generally said in the Veda to be "thrice eleven" in number.Two Old Faiths|J. Murray Mitchell and William Muir
Earlier dynasties of gods, to which the generation of Indra succeeded, are not unfrequently mentioned in the Rig- Veda.Myth, Ritual And Religion, Vol. 2 (of 2)|Andrew Lang
Though not one of the great gods of the Veda, he is mentioned fairly often and with respect.Hinduism And Buddhism, Volume II. (of 3)|Charles Eliot
Duty (dharma) is that good practice which is enjoined both by the Veda (ruti) and by the law (Sm.riti) founded on the Veda.
British Dictionary definitions for veda
Word Origin for Veda
Word Origin and History for veda
ancient sacred Hindu book, 1734, from Sanskrit veda "knowledge, sacred book," from root vid- "to know," from PIE root *weid- "to see" (related to wit, and to Avestan vaeda "I know," Latin videre "to see;" see vision (n.)). The books are the Rig-, Yajur-, Sama-, and Atharva-veda.