About Vedangas.


Vedangas are a set of ancient texts in Vedic culture that serve as auxiliary disciplines to the study and understanding of the Vedas. Comprising six limbs or branches, the Vedangas provide comprehensive guidelines for the proper recitation, pronunciation, and interpretation of Vedic scriptures. These branches include Shiksha (phonetics), Chandas (poetics), Vyakarana (grammar), Nirukta (etymology), Jyotisha (astronomy and astrology), and Kalpa (rituals). Each of these disciplines plays a crucial role in preserving the accurate transmission and interpretation of the Vedic knowledge, ensuring the continuity of the Vedic tradition and its associated rituals.