What are the 4 sacred texts in Hinduism?

What are the 4 sacred texts in Hinduism?

The revealed texts constitute the Veda, divided into four sections: the Rig Veda, the Yajur Veda, the Sama Veda, and the Atharva Veda. The Vedas are hymns that are also accompanied in the total Veda by Brahmanas (ritual texts) Aranyakas (“forest” or “wilderness” texts), and Upanishads (philosophical texts).

What are the oldest religious texts of the Hindu religion?

The ''Rig Veda'' - a scripture of Hinduism - is dated to between 1500-1200 BCE. It is one of the oldest known complete religious texts that has survived into the modern age.

Which is the oldest literature in India?

The Vedas

Is Ramayana older than Vedas?

Vedas are older than Ramayana. As Vedas came when this universe came into its existence. First yug in the starting of universe is Satyug, but the Ramayana came in Tretayug which came after the Satyug.

Which wife did Arjun love most?

Urvashi

Did Arjun loved Subhadra more than Draupadi?

So if we go through these pointers then we can clearly say that Arjuna loved Draupadi as a Pandava but he loved Subhadra as the mighty Arjuna himself.

Why did Arjuna married Subhadra?

After he reached the city of Dwarka and met Krishna, he attended a festival held at Raivata mountain. There Arjuna saw Subhadra and was smitten by her beauty and wished to marry her. Krishna revealed that she was Vasudeva's pet child and his sister.

How did Draupadi live with 5 husbands?

Draupadi believed that a woman should never try to control her husband. In fact, she should spend time in learning and adopt the habits of her husband. She also said that because she was married to five men, she would stay away from bad company or woman as negativity from outside can lead to broken marriage.

Who is Draupadi son?

Later Draupadi becomes a mother of five sons, one son each from the Pandava brothers. They were known as Upapandavas. Their names were Prativindhya (from Yudhishthira), Sutasoma (from Bheema), Shrutakarma (from Arjuna), Satanika (from Nakula) and Shrutasena (from Sahadeva).