Yajur Veda     (Set of 3 Vols in Sanskrit with English Translation and Transliteration)

Yajur Veda (Set of 3 Vols in Sanskrit with English Translation and Transliteration)

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Author: Swami Satya Prakash Saraswati
Udaya Vir Viraj/
Translator(s)/ Editors(s): Swami Satya Prakash Saraswati/ Udaya Vir Viraj
Publisher: DAV Publication Division
Year: 2009
Language: multilingual
Pages: 1496
ISBN/UPC (if available): 81-89492-06-3


The enduring teachings of the Vedas are not a relic of the past, nor are they the exclusive preserve or the sole inheritance of Indians and Indo-Aryans. They belong to the common heritage of humanity and are relevant in our contemporary world and in our age. We owe it to ourselves and to the peoples and the nations of the world to share this precious heritage and to disseminate its message and meaning.

In the Atharva-veda, we have in all 6031 verses, classified in 20 Kandas 736 Suktas, 111 Anuvakas, and 36 Prapathakas. In the Yajur-Veda Samhita, we have 1975 verses, classified in 40 Adhyayas (the Purvardha of 20 Adhyayas and also the Uttarardha of 20 Adhyayas). The entire Kauthumiya Sama-Veda has 1875 verses classified in the Puvarcika (585 verses). The Aranyaka (59 Verses) Mahanamni hymns (6 verses) and the Uttararcika, e.g. from 651 to 1875 verses (1225 verses).

The Vedas have been translated into several languages. Scholars like Griffith, Wilson and Max Muller have written commentaries on the Vedas in English. But the need for bringing out an authentic and standard translation of the Vedas has been felt for quite sometime.

To meet the need of a modern, easy to understand English translation of the Vedas, the Veda Pratishthan had been publishing complete translation of the four Vedas in twenty-two volumes since 1977. This new 2008 edition has far superior production values .


About this Edition
Introduction: Swami Satya Prakash Saraswati
1. Some highlights of the Yajur Veda
2. The Yajur Veda introduced
3. Morphology of the text
4. The Pada-patha of the Madhyandina Samhita
5. Phonetic and script peculiarities of the Yajur Veda school
6. Commentators of the Yajur Veda
7. Liturgical contents of the Yajur Veda
8. Concept of Yajna in the Yajur Veda
9. Pasu-yaga or the animal sacrifice
10. Metres of the Yajur Veda
11. Our translation
I. Rk-Yajuh Concordance
II. Diacritical marks for transliteration
The Samhita, transliteration and translation
Chapter One
Chapter Two
Chapter Three
Chapter Four
Chapter Five
Chapter Six
Chapter Seven
Chapter Eight
Chapter Nine
Chapter Ten

About this Edition
Diacritical Marks for Transliteration of Yajur Veda Text
Chapter Eleven
Chapter Twelve
Chapter Thirteen
Chapter Fourteen
Chapter Fifteen
Chapter Sixteen
Chapter Seventeen
Chapter Eighteen
Chapter Nineteen
Chapter Twenty
Chapter Twenty-one
Chapter Twenty-two
Chapter Twenty-three
Chapter Twenty-four
Chapter Twenty-five


About this Edition
Diacritical Marks for Transliteration of Yajur Veda Text
Chapter Twenty-six
Chapter Twenty-seven
Chapter Twenty-eight
Chapter Twenty-nine
Chapter Thirty
Chapter Thirty-one
Chapter Thirty-two
Chapter Thirty-three
Chapter Thirty-four
Chapter Thirty-five
Chapter Thirty-six
Chapter Thirty-seven
Chapter Thirty-eight
Chapter Thirty-nine
Chapter Forty

Index of Notes