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Purpose of Creation of Veda's | Why God has created Veda

God posses infinite knowledge and he is omnipresent. Knowledge is the most desirable for humankind. So unless Ishwar illuminates us with His knowledge.He guides us through scriptures and justifies hisattributes only by illuminating us with His knowledge through the Vedas.

• God is like our parents. He loves us and wants us to be blissful. Thus, He has gifted us knowledge of Vedas so that we can apply this knowledge to attain the ultimate peace.

• Had Ishwar not blessed us with this knowledge, the purpose of creation would have defeated. Every created being will make sense only when we apply the knowledge of Vedas in our day to day to life in order to make our life purposeful,

• Our God wanted us to live a holy life that's why he has gifted his knowledge through Vedas. And when Ishwar has gifted us with such wonder-ful gifts of creation, why would He keep Vedas to Himself ?

Bible, Quran, and other Abrahmic scriptures wrote in "Superiority of Vedic Religion" ."Ve-dic religion is thoroughly scientific where science and religion meet hand in hand. Veda is the source of the knowledge that comes from the ultimate source. Vedic teachings don't binds you with the restriction instead it provides us the way to live life and way to salvation.Vedic teachings will let you connect you with the the every living organism and that is the theory of Oneness with every living organism.

When you will start reading Veda it may sound bore initially so , at first you should be flexible for the first 15 pages as it mostly consists of prayers and praise of Lord Indra and other natural gods.
But I share one very important message to my readers that every verse is so much like nectar and filled with knowledge.

Vedas are the oldest books of Sanatan Dharma. Not only this, these are the oldest works of the world. They can be called the Adi Granth of the world. Before we proceed, I would like to tell you that the word Veda means "knowledge". Originally Veda was one. Later, by Vyas, it was divided into four parts. These parts are Rigveda, Samaveda, Yajurveda and Atharvaveda (Rigveda, Samveda, Yajurveda and Atharvaveda - four Vedas). Their main subjects are Prathana-mantra, Richa-singing, Yagya-mantra and medicinal knowledge respectively.

The period of Vedas is not fixed. They have been said to be unorthodox, meaning they are not composed by humans, it is believed. But the names of the sages, the creators of many verses, are found in the verses. These include both men and women. Therefore, determining the creator of Vedas is a difficult task. Some believe them to date back to 6000 years of Isha and some believe that they were composed around 1500 BC.

The Rigveda is the oldest among the four Vedas. The word Rigveda is derived from the words Rikka (Richa or Mantra) and Veda (Vidha means knowledge) which literally means the Sukta of knowledge. There are 10 mandals, 1028 suktas and 10, 580 verses in the Rig Veda's code of text.

Many mantras of Rigveda are related to Yajna, but some such mantras are also found in it, which can be called the best example of ancient religious poetry. Whatever the set time of the Rig Veda, it can be said that the history of the earliest era of the Indian Aryans in the Rig Veda and the religious, social, economic, and political state of that era is gained.

By the way, it is well known what the Vedas are The Veda is believed to be the knowledge of God, whose revelation occurred in the heart of the saintly ascetics (sages). If we talk about the literal meaning then the word Veda originated from the Sanskrit language. Vid means to know means knowledge. Vedas are considered to be the ancient sacred texts of Hinduism. Vedic era, Vedic culture etc. are made from Vedas. It is believed that in ancient times, the Lord indirectly recited Veda mantras to the sages.

For this reason, the Vedas have also been called Shruti. It is also said in Manusmriti

'Shrutistu Vedogeya':

'Adisrishtimarbhyadyaparyantam Brahmadibhi:
Sarva: Satyavidya: Sruyante sa Shruti:.'

In the Vedic era, the divine God gave great wisdom to the spiritual people absorbed in the Samadhi for the spiritual upliftment of the world. Because they heard this knowledge provided by God, hence it is also called Shruti.

So the whole purpose of creating veda's is to share the divine knowledge with all of us.Only Sanatan is the spread the word of God without any boundation rest all all other bounds their believers by some means ,but in Sanatan dharma there is no such foundation as the core knowledge is Oneness in every living Organism.

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