A daily collection of verses from the Vedas, Hinduism's revealed scripture
Out of his body were carved the verses, the formulas being formed from the shavings. His hairs are the songs, his mouth the hymns of the Seers Atharvan and Angiras--Tell me of that Support--who may he be?
Atharva Veda X, 7, 20
The branch of Nonbeing which is far-extending men take to be the highest one of all. They reckon as inferior those who worship your other branch, the branch of Being.
Atharva Veda X, 7, 21
In whom the Adityas, Rudras and Vasus, are held together, in whom are set firm worlds--that which was and that which shall be--Tell me of that Support--who may he be?
Atharva Veda X, 7, 22
Whose treasure hoard the three and thirty Gods forever guard--today who knows its contents? Tell me of that Support--who may he be?
Atharva Veda X, 7, 23
Then Silaka the son of Salavat said to Chaikitayana of the line Dalbhya: Well, may I question you? Do ask, he said.
Sama Veda, Chandogya Upanishad I, VIII - The Story of the Pravahana (I), 3
These daily verses are drawn from the Rig, Yajur, Sama and Atharva Vedas, Hinduism's revealed scriptures, which are 6,000 to 8,000 years old. Many of the verses are from the book The Vedic Experience, by Raimundo Panikkar, available at our Minimela online store.