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815. 107 Edition: R. MEYER, Rgvidhanam, Berlin 1878; J. GONDA, The Rgvidhana, English translation with an introduction and notes, Utrecht, 1951; on the language and composition of the text: M. S. BHAT, at JUB, N. S. 33, 39, p. 56. 38 J- Gonda • Vedic Literature ably teachers belonging to his school—had a certain predilection for definite purposes they did not deal with the Rgveda in its entirety. g. the Sanaa vidhana108, some of the Atharvavedaparisistas and definite parts of the grliyasutras. However, parts of it show the influence of post-Vedic and even post-epic Visnuite rites and practices, some stanzas being even reminiscent of tantric ceremonial.
By oral instruction they handed down the hymns to later generations who were destitute of this insight. The later generations, declining in (power of) oral communication, repeated (compiled) this work, the Veda, and the auxiliary Vedic treatises from memory, in order to illustrate (comprehend) their meaning" (1, 20). Of Yaska's commentators67 the most important is Durga, of uncertain date68, who, repeating every word of Yaska, seems to have written his work in order to meet the demand for a good text, elucidation of obscure passages, and amplification of Yaska's arguments69.
N. GHOSHAL, A history of public life, Calcutta 1945; P. L. C. For particulars see also A. LUDWIG, Der Rigveda, VI, Prag-Leipzig 1888 (Register); MACDONELL and KEITH, V. ; W. RUBEN, at JOIB 15, p. , IV. 34 However, 19th century Europeans (see also A. WEBER, Akademische Vorlesungen uber indische Literaturgeschichte, 2Berlin 1876, p. 5) were greatly mistaken in speaking of a primitive and innocent pastoral people. S. S. BHAWE, 20 AIOC (1962), I, p. 36 has completely misunderstood my earlier opinions on this point.
A History of Indian Literature - Vol. I: Veda and Upanishads - Fasc. 1: Vedic Literature (Samhitas and Brahmanas) by Jan Gonda