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I know about Brahmanas (ब्राह्मण ग्रंथ) as described at BharatDiscovery, what they are, how they originated, part of Vedas, association with Samhita, Shakha etc. I mentioned them in some of my posts like this, this and this. But I'm missing scriptural sources.

Similar problem (with having scriptural source) I had about Vedas, how they came into existence, Vedvyasa's division into four Vedas, and how Shakhas formed etc. But recently when I found that information available from Srimad Bhagvatam (12.6) and when I read, I felt contented/happy as having scriptural source!

Hence, I'm looking for scriptural source that mention or describe:

  • What are Brahmanas?
  • How are they originated? and their association with Samhitas.
  • ConstitutionInclusion of Aranyaka & Upanishads. (If possible)

Recently we have been having some questions viz. What are the Vedas technically? How can Upanishads be called Vedas when some parts are neither revelations nor hymns dedicated to any specific deity?, Do the Vedas themselves talk about the jnAna and karma kAnda?, Are Upanishad's really parts of the Vedas?. Though I've posted one answer claiming why to consider Brahmanas part of Vedas, but I think we need scriptural source that introduce Brahmanas.

I know about Brahmanas (ब्राह्मण ग्रंथ) as described at BharatDiscovery, what they are, how they originated, part of Vedas, association with Samhita, Shakha etc. I mentioned them in some of my posts like this, this and this. But I'm missing scriptural sources.

Similar problem (with having scriptural source) I had about Vedas, how they came into existence, Vedvyasa's division into four Vedas, and how Shakhas formed etc. But recently when I found that information available from Srimad Bhagvatam (12.6) and when I read, I felt contented/happy as having scriptural source!

Hence, I'm looking for scriptural source that mention or describe:

  • What are Brahmanas?
  • How are they originated? and their association with Samhitas.
  • Constitution of Aranyaka & Upanishads. (If possible)

Recently we have been having some questions viz. What are the Vedas technically? How can Upanishads be called Vedas when some parts are neither revelations nor hymns dedicated to any specific deity?, Do the Vedas themselves talk about the jnAna and karma kAnda?, Are Upanishad's really parts of the Vedas?. Though I've posted one answer claiming why to consider Brahmanas part of Vedas, but I think we need scriptural source that introduce Brahmanas.

I know about Brahmanas (ब्राह्मण ग्रंथ) as described at BharatDiscovery, what they are, how they originated, part of Vedas, association with Samhita, Shakha etc. I mentioned them in some of my posts like this, this and this. But I'm missing scriptural sources.

Similar problem (with having scriptural source) I had about Vedas, how they came into existence, Vedvyasa's division into four Vedas, and how Shakhas formed etc. But recently when I found that information available from Srimad Bhagvatam (12.6) and when I read, I felt contented/happy as having scriptural source!

Hence, I'm looking for scriptural source that mention or describe:

  • What are Brahmanas?
  • How are they originated? and their association with Samhitas.
  • Inclusion of Aranyaka & Upanishads. (If possible)

Recently we have been having some questions viz. What are the Vedas technically? How can Upanishads be called Vedas when some parts are neither revelations nor hymns dedicated to any specific deity?, Do the Vedas themselves talk about the jnAna and karma kAnda?, Are Upanishad's really parts of the Vedas?. Though I've posted one answer claiming why to consider Brahmanas part of Vedas, but I think we need scriptural source that introduce Brahmanas.

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Looking for scriptural source that introduce Brahmanas

I know about Brahmanas (ब्राह्मण ग्रंथ) as described at BharatDiscovery, what they are, how they originated, part of Vedas, association with Samhita, Shakha etc. I mentioned them in some of my posts like this, this and this. But I'm missing scriptural sources.

Similar problem (with having scriptural source) I had about Vedas, how they came into existence, Vedvyasa's division into four Vedas, and how Shakhas formed etc. But recently when I found that information available from Srimad Bhagvatam (12.6) and when I read, I felt contented/happy as having scriptural source!

Hence, I'm looking for scriptural source that mention or describe:

  • What are Brahmanas?
  • How are they originated? and their association with Samhitas.
  • Constitution of Aranyaka & Upanishads. (If possible)

Recently we have been having some questions viz. What are the Vedas technically? How can Upanishads be called Vedas when some parts are neither revelations nor hymns dedicated to any specific deity?, Do the Vedas themselves talk about the jnAna and karma kAnda?, Are Upanishad's really parts of the Vedas?. Though I've posted one answer claiming why to consider Brahmanas part of Vedas, but I think we need scriptural source that introduce Brahmanas.