[Advaita-l] Regarding Sandhyavandanam.
jayasimha.a at gmail.com
Sun Aug 12 11:57:47 CDT 2012
There is also vedanta book house in chamrajpet, Bangalore. (Opposite
to uma theater), where you get books and material on religious
Regarding the difference between yajur veda and rig veda
sandhyavandana it depends on which sutra you belong. There is also a
subtle difference between the aapasthamba and bodhayana sutras within
yajur veda itself.
On Sun, Aug 12, 2012 at 5:25 PM, Srikanta Narayanaswami
<srikanta.narayanaswami at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Although a bit off topic I'm asking for the advice of learned Brahmins
> here. Some of you may already know this but let me highlight it again.
> The Brahmins in Haryana are in such a situation that they don't know
> anything about culture. There is no one to teach them even the
> Sandhyavandanam! Recently, a Brahmin from Haryana contacted me on
> facebook. He says that even though many Brahmins living there are
> interested in learning Sandhyavandanam, there is no one to teach them.
> All he knows is that he belongs to the Sandilya gotra. He doesn't even
> know which veda Shakha he belongs to. He wants the Sandhyavandanam
> mantras and procedure. I being a Rig vedi am facing a dilemma whether
> its acceptable to give the same mantras that I recite, especially
> regarding the Abhiivadanam part. Could some learned list members
> advice me here?
> Abhishek Madhyastha
> The sandhyavandana mantram in Yajurveda and Rigveda differ only in little aspect.The sankalpa is same in both the vedas.Only the diference is in chanting some "riks".Only,the Samaveda sandhyavandanam differ in its chanting.Now a days,there are casettes/CDs available.One may contact the "Giri trading company"which is situated in Chennai.The Yajus and Rik chantings are also available by learned pundits.One may also contact the
> Thirumalai Thirupathi Devasthanams when one go on a piligrimage to Thirupathi Devasthanam.
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