Who is the Creator in Rigveda?

Ved Vyasa
According to the Puranic tradition, Ved Vyasa compiled all the four Vedas, along with the Mahabharata and the Puranas. Vyasa then taught the Rigveda samhita to Paila, who started the oral tradition.

Which script is used in Rigveda?

Brahmi is the ancestor of all Indian scripts, and the oldest known readable Indian script.

What does Rigveda say about creation?

The Nāsadīya sukta also known as the Hymn of Creation, is the 129th hymn of the 10th mandala of the Rigveda. It is concerned with cosmology and the origin of the universe. It begins rather interestingly, with the statement – “Then, there was neither existence nor non-existence.”

Who created universe in Hinduism?

For Hindus the universe was created by Brahma, the creator who made the universe out of himself. After Brahma created the world, it is the power of Vishnu which preserves the world and human beings.

What is Sukta Rigveda?

Purusha sukta (IAST puruṣasūkta, Devanāgarī पुरुषसूक्तम्) is hymn 10. 90 of the Rigveda, dedicated to the Purusha, the “Cosmic Being”. It is also found in the Shukla Yajurveda Samhita 30.1-16 and Atharva Veda Samhita 19.6. Slightly different versions of the Sukta appear in different Vedas.

What is Rig-Veda?

•Vedas are traditionally considered revelations •These revelations are ancient (3,000 years?) •Rig-Veda is the oldest and most revered •It contains 1,028 hymns or verses which were committed to memory in olden days •Revelations are not the result of thinking and experience.

What is Navagraha Sūktam?

Navagraha Sūktam 1. āsa̱tyen a̱raja̍sā̱ varta̍māno nive̱śaya̍nn a̱mṛta̱martya̍ñca | hi̱ra̱ṇyaye̍na sav i̱tā rathe̱nā-de̱vo y ā̍ti̱bhuva̍nā vi̱pa śyan̍|| With the Light of Truth in space advancing, determining life and death, borne in his golden chariot he comes, Savitar, God who gazes upon the worlds.

Is there an index of Sanskrit documents categorized as Veda?

This index of Sanskrit Documents categorized as veda is available in Devanagari, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil and Telugu scripts and also as transliterated in Roman script using the ITRANS and IAST encoding schemes. Click on the language/script names to view the index in a different language.

What is Yajur Veda?

(Śukla Yajur Veda) ī̱śā vā̱sya̍m i̱dagu ṁ sarva̱ṁ yat kiñca̱jaga̍tyā̱ṁ jaga̍t | tena̍tya̱kten a̍bhuñjīthā̱ mā gṛ̍dha̱ḥ kasya̍-svi̱d dhana m̎|| 1 || (Know that) all this, whatever moves in this moving (changing) universe, is enveloped by God.