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Is this verse from Śukla Yajurveda also present in Kṛṣṇa Yajurveda?

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White Yajur-Veda: Vajasaneyi-Samhita (Madhyandina)

Part No. 26

Verse: 2
Sentence: a yátʰemā́ṃ vā́caṃ kalyāṇī́m āvádāni jánebʰyaḥ |
Sentence: b brahmarājanyā̀bʰyām̐ śūdrā́ya cā́ryāya ca svā́ya cā́raṇāya |
Sentence: c priyó devā́nāṃ dákṣiṇāyai dātúr ihá bʰūyāsam ayáṃ me kā́maḥ sám r̥dʰyatām úpa mādó namatu ||

Translation by R L Kashyap:

May I address the auspicious speech (Veda) to all the people, the people of the Word, kings, Shūdra, Ārya, one’s own kin, the complete stranger.

  • No, it's found in Shulka Yajurveda only. – Paṇḍyā Aug 4 at 15:11
  • @Paṇḍyā You can write an answer saying you searched in entire Kṛṣṇa Yajurveda but it's not to be found. – sv. Aug 5 at 14:50
  • Have you heard or read anywhere that this verse is present in both version of Yajurveda? – Paṇḍyā Aug 8 at 11:08
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No, it's not present in Kṛṣṇa Yajurveda.

I've searched in Sanskrit Wikisource which contains Saṃskṛta text of Taittiriya, Maitrāyaṅī and kāthaka saṃhitās of Kṛṣṇa Yajurveda but this verse is not found in it.

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