Rigveda

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From Sanskrit ऋग्वेद (ṛg-vedá, veda of praise), from ऋच् (ṛ́c, praise, verse) and वेद (veda, knowledge).

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Rigveda

  1. An ancient Indian sacred collection of Vedic Sanskrit hymns dedicated to the gods (devas), composed between 1700–1100 BCE.

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