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For the questions about Brahmanas (Sanskrit ब्राह्मणम्) or Brahmana Grantha, commentaries on Vedic Samhita/hymns. Also known as Karmakanda (कर्मकांड​) part of Veda.

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And the fruits of the Yajnas themselves are mentioned in the actual mantras of the Samhitas, and then the Brahmanas section elaborates on how to perform the Yajnas to achieve those fruits. …
answered Jan 6 '19 by Ikshvaku
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What are the arguments of Purva Mimansa that says Brahmanas are Apaurusheya? … Rather, they think the Vedas are apaurusheya because the expounders of the Vedas do not remember an author for the Samhitas, Brahmanas, Aranyakas, and Upanishads, like they do remember an author for works …
answered Oct 28 '19 by Ikshvaku