Vedavichara - A Systematic Study of Vedic Scriptures

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Atharva Veda ( Chanting with Swaras)

The Atharva Veda contains many mantras to control calamities, ward off evils etc., Atharva Veda also has many mantras which deal with concepts like creation etc., This practice of this Veda is in a very deplorable state and only a few scholars exist today. Especially in South India, there is literally no sect which practices this. Atharva Veda has 50 Shakas and out of which only one Shaka called Sownaka Shaka is available now. A whole of lot of efforts have been carried out by a few people to restore the practice of this remaining Shaka and we are ever indebted to those great people for their efforts. The recording provided in this section one such effort.

The table below has been given based on the above Kanda division and the Audio recordings of chanting of the Vedas have been provided for the users of this site through an Mp3 player on the left. The recordings (24 in total) correspond to the "Chant Nos" in the table. The length of recitation for each chapter could be anywhere in the range of 15 to 60 Minutes. Wherever possible, the synopsis of each chapter also has been given to give an understanding of what each chapter contains. I am sure you will find it extremely useful to pick & choose the chapters you would like to listen and this will also help in case you choose to systematically cover each chapter a day or any other convenient schedule.

 

Chant No

Details

Chant No

Details

214

Kandam 1

226

Kandam 13

215

Kandam 2

227

Kandam 14

216

Kandam 3

228

Kandam 15

217

Kandam 4

229

Kandam 16

218

Kandam 5

230

Kandam 17

219

Kandam 6

231

Kandam 18

220

Kandam 7

232

Kandam 19

221

Kandam 8

233

Kandam 20

222

Kandam 9

234

Kandam 21

223

Kandam 10

235

Kandam 22

224

Kandam 11

236

Kandam 23

225

Kandam 12

237

Kandam 24


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