Veda are the knowledgeable texts of Hindus whose origination traced back in 1000 – 500 BC. These are the oldest and the most sacred texts of Hindus. Originally, Vedas are available in Sanskrit language. According to Hindus, Vedas are created by God himself. They are author-less. Even in the epic Mahabharta, it is said that vedas are creation of Lord Bhrama. In Hindu mythology, he is considered as the creator.
There are four vedas – Rigveda, Samveda, Yajurveda and Atharvaveda. Among these four veda, Rigveda is the oldest one. It consists of 1,028 Sanskrit hymns and 10,600 verses in total. Samved is derived from Rigved. It consists of 1549 stanzas. It consist of two parts – first part has the melody collection and second part has three verse books.