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- In which veda(s) is Ayurveda included? 4 answers
I know, every text book is directly or indirectly related to vedas. This 'Ayurveda', has a 'Ved' in it.
By meaning it seems its another type of veda, but being four veda pillared, I didn't found any reference of it being of any four.
As going in between discussion, I'm sure its not any one of four vedas, yet it has a 'ved' ending with it.
I just wanted to know its relation to Vedas(Direct One, as I posted every text has at least indirect relation to veda) or if not why it got the name 'Ayurveda'.
I don't want to be offensive in nomenclature of the book, yet what I know the way Sanskrit words are created is scientific, and 'Ayur' meaning life and 'Veda' meaning 'science'(Sorry I don't have any relative english word for it.)