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The students are patya taught to memorize the Vedas using simpler methods like continuous recitation samhita pathaword by word recitation pada patha in which compounds sandhi are dissolved and krama patha words are arranged in the pattern of ab bc cd Chronology of Hindu texts. The shakhas thus have the purpose of preserving knowledge of uttering divine sound originally cognized by the rishis.

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Pathw page was last edited on 6 Novemberat Prodigious energy was expended by ancient Indian culture in ensuring that these texts were transmitted from generation to generation with inordinate fidelity. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Thus, a ghanapaathin has learnt the chanting of the scripture up to the advanced stage of ghana. Part of a series on Hinduism Hindu History Concepts. Retrieved from ” https: A pathin is a scholar who has mastered the pathas. They assert that the entire cosmic creation began with sound: They are pattha rather of tonally accented verses and hypnotic, abstruse melodies whose proper realizations demand oral instead of visual transmission.

De Gruyter February 1, Rkdraor sacred sounds, are used to pierce through sensual, mental and intellectual krzma of existence all lower strata of consciousness for the purpose of purification and spiritual enlightenment.

Wayne Howard noted in the preface of his book, Veda Recitation in Varanasi”The four Vedas Rig, Yajur, Sama and Atharva are not ‘books’ in the usual sense, though within the past hundred years each veda has appeared in several printed editions. Such traditions of Vedic chant are often considered the oldest unbroken oral tradition in existence, the fixation of the Vedic texts samhitas as preserved dating to roughly the time of Homer early Iron Age.

Retrieved 29 August Portions of the Vedantic literature elucidate the use of sound as a spiritual tool. rudta

Sri Rudram Chamakam-Kramapatha-S Prakash Kaushik

All hymns in each Veda were recited in this way; for example, all 1, hymns with 10, verses of the Rigveda was preserved in this way. The samhita, pada and krama pathas can be described as the natural recitation styles or prakrutipathas.

History of Science, History of Text. He uses the Rigvedic verse — “Four are pahha horns, three its feet, two its heads, and seven its hands, roars loudly the threefold-bound bull, the great god enters mortals” Rig-Veda, iv.

Views Read Edit View history. They are robbed of their essence when transferred to paper, for without kkrama human element the innumerable nuances and fine intonations — inseparable and necessary components of all four compilations — are lost completely. These are usually marked with intuitive svara marks – an underline for lower tone, a small vertical line above the letter for a higher tone and two vertical lines for Deergha Svarita.

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The sonority natural to Vedic chanting is enhanced in Ghana. The Vedanta -sutras add that ultimate liberation comes from sound as well anavrittih shabdat. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. In Jatapatha, the words are braided together, so to speak, and recited back and forth.

Rules of chanting – Sanskrit grammar series 2 PDF. The remaining 8 modes of chanting are classified as complex recitation styles or Vikrutipathas as they involve reversing of the word order. Katyayana likens speech to the supreme Brahman.

The insistence on preserving pronunciation and accent as accurately as possible is related to the belief that the potency of the mantras lies in their sound when pronounced. The Ghanapatha or the “Bell” mode of chanting is so called because the words are repeated back and forth in a bell shape. Katyayana explains that in the verse, the “four horns” are the four kinds of words i. These extraordinary retention techniques guaranteed the most perfect canon not just in terms of unaltered word order but also in terms of sound.

The backward chanting of words does not alter the meanings in the Vedic Sanskrit language. Each text was recited in a number of ways, to ensure that the different methods of recitation acted as a cross check on the other. He who is well versed in the Word-Brahman, attains to the Supreme Brahman.