~ Listen Hindu Vedas with English Translation

Listen 6000+ years old ancient Holy Hindu Scriptrues – Vedas, originally written in Sanskrit, with approximate English tranlations. There are 1180 Hindu Holy books derieved from Holy Vedas – see list below.

Holy veda Mantra Chanting is supposed to be done during Yajna (Hindu holy fire ceremony) has positive refreshing effect on Body, Mind and Aatma, making us peaceful, free from negativity and blissful  (see pics below).

Note: It is advisable by scholars to read & understand Hindu Vedas in Sanskrit. As its very difficult to translate everything exactly into English or other languages, it distorts original meaning as English has no parallel words for many deep rooted Sanskrit words!

e.g. Most common Sanskrit to English non transperable words which Westerners (and Anglo-Sexon educated/ whitewashed Indians) think they have same meanings:

  • DHARMA is not Religion

  • AATMA is not Soul

  • Devata/Bhagwan/Ishvar is not God

  • OM is not Amen/Amin

  • POOJA is not Prayers

  • YAJNA / YAGNYA is not Sacrifies but Exchange/selfless offerings to Shakti/ Ishvar

  • SHAKTI is not Power/Holy Spirit..etc..etc

Read: List of “Sanskrit Non-Transperable” words & correct explainations, read Bestseller book “Being Different” by famous American-Indian author  Mr Rajiv Malhotra (2011).

Cunning, barbarian and greedy European/British invaders in 17-18 century distroyed/looted original copies of this Great Human Heritage in India.

Some western scholars who came to know about this Hindu Vedas in India that time distorted many Hindu scriptures and spreaded many lies across the world in order to justify their invasion and to false calim the history as per their hidden motives.

Those who wish to learn Vedas , please learn Sanskrit first and then learn 4 Vedas. It will be  life changing experince!

Don’t forget to give appropriate Credit to all great Hindu Sages from India who invented this for sake of  humanity, else as per Karma philosophy it won’t be any advantage to you!!

Still for beginers, this video gives basic summary what great four Hindu Vedas contains.

  • – Rig-Ved

  • -Yajur-Ved

  • -Sam-ved

  • Atharva-Ved

LISTEN Hindu Vedas with  English Translation

Daily early morning Ved Mantras with English meaning

Four Holy Vedas ( called SHRUTIS – cosmos wisdon heard by intelligent Hindu Sages/Rishis after deep meditaion) are then written in about 1180 holy Hindu books called SMRITIS by various other Sages across India, so that common masses can understand it easily.

See list of all 1180 holy books in Hinduism and tree formation in charts in my previous post

Hindu Scriputures Photo: venupayyanur.com

Hindu Scriputures Photo: venupayyanur.com

Chart Holy Hindu Scriptures Photo: vallabhkankroli.org

Chart Holy Hindu Scriptures Photo: vallabhkankroli.org

Major Hindu Scriputures Photo:bharathgyan

Major Hindu Scriputures Photo:bharathgyan

Brief contents of Hindu Scripures Photo:yumpu.com

Brief contents of Hindu Scripures Photo:yumpu.com

Classification of Hindu Scriptures Photo:speakingtree.in

Classification of Hindu Scriptures Photo:speakingtree.in

Yajna during Holy Veda Mantra Chanting Combines Heat enregy from Fire & Sound energy from Sanskrit Mantra cahnting to get healing benefits - Blissfull esperence to Mind, Body & Soul

Yajna during Holy Veda Mantra Chanting Combines Heat enregy from Fire & Sound energy from Sanskrit Mantra chanting to get healing benefits – Blissfull esperence to Mind, Body & Soul

Russian Hindu Couple getting marry

Russian Hindu Couple doing Yajya duirng their Hindu Vedic wedding

hindu-wed-yajna-gi

yajna-agnihotra-gi Yajna-gi

Yajna during Hindu Worship

Yajna during Hindu Worship

Hindu Priests offering

Hindu Priests offering “Samidha” ( Herbs)in Yajna

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4 thoughts on “~ Listen Hindu Vedas with English Translation

  1. Veda’s are lot older than Sanskrit and Brahmi. They were in use even when there was no script writing was developed and was passed from generation to generation by practice of reciting. But the popularity of Veda led to the need to document Shloka (hymns) to enable a widespread teaching and this eventually led to development of Sanskrit.

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