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how How is reciting rigvedaRigveda swara (udatta anudatta swarita) is different from yajur vedaYajurveda?

I observed that in rig vedaRigveda, swarita is recited with high pitch with some extra time in that pitch as compared with yajur veda Yajurveda. But some people won't follow this, they will simply recite riks as yajursyajus only. Which one is correct here?

how reciting rigveda swara (udatta anudatta swarita) is different from yajur veda?

I observed that in rig veda swarita is recited with high pitch with some extra time in that pitch as compared with yajur veda . But some people won't follow this, they will simply recite riks as yajurs only. Which one is correct here?

How is reciting Rigveda swara (udatta anudatta swarita) different from Yajurveda?

I observed that in Rigveda, swarita is recited with high pitch with some extra time in that pitch as compared with Yajurveda. But some people won't follow this, they will simply recite riks as yajus only. Which one is correct here?

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I observed that in rig veda swarita is recited with high pitch with some extra time in that pitch as compared with yajur veda . But this some people won't follow this, they will simply recite riks as yajurs only. Which one is correct here?

I observed that in rig veda swarita is recited with high pitch with some extra time in that pitch as compared with yajur veda . But this some people won't follow this they will simply recite riks as yajurs only. Which is correct here?

I observed that in rig veda swarita is recited with high pitch with some extra time in that pitch as compared with yajur veda . But some people won't follow this, they will simply recite riks as yajurs only. Which one is correct here?

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how reciting rigveda swara (udatta anudatta swarita) is different from yajur veda?

I observed that in rig veda swarita is recited with high pitch with some extra time in that pitch as compared with yajur veda . But this some people won't follow this they will simply recite riks as yajurs only. Which is correct here?