Ayur and the Vedas
The Vedas are regarded as the oldest and most sacred written record of knowledge. The Vedas state that a Supreme Being who created the universe, out of love and concern for humanity, gave the divine Vedas to all mankind through the rishis of wisdom.The words of the Vedas were carefully memorized according to metrical chants and transmitted from generation to generation. Thus the four Vedas Rigveda, Yajurveda, Samaveda and Atharvaveda have come down to us through several thousands of years of oral transmission before finally being recorded in writing.

The Rigveda is the foundation stone of the other Vedas and contains ten books called Mandalas, 1,028 Suktas or hymns and a total of 10,572 verses. The Yajurveda has 1,975 stanzas in 40 chapters of both verse and prose. The Sama Veda has 1,800 verses repeated from the Rig-Veda and 75 original verses. The Atharvaveda has 5,977 verses, distributed among 731 Suktas. The Rigveda, the oldest of the four, contains many concepts of Ayurveda.

In later ancient times, 1000-700 BC, Ayurveda developed into eight recognized branches of specialties and two prominent schools, the Atreya school of physicians and the Sushruta school of Surgeons.

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