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Vedic sanskrit is different from classical sanskrit. Because vedic sanskrit was used around 1500 to 600bce and vedas were written in vedic sanskrit. After that classical sanskrit was used. There are major and minor differences in the pronunciation and spelling of words(same words) and vocabulary is also different . Understand it with this example : Rig Veda ...


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In Dhynam of Shri-Rudram Both, अस्तोकाप्लुतमेकमीशमनिशं रुद्रानुवाकाञ्जपन् ध्यायेदीप्सित सिद्धयेऽद्रुतपदं विप्रोऽभिषिञ्चेच्छिवम् ॥ And अस्तोकाप्लुतमेकमीशमनिशं रुद्रानुवाकाञ्जपन् ध्यायेदीप्सित सिद्धयेऽध्रुवपदं विप्रोऽभिषिञ्चेच्छिवम् ॥ Are valid, I.e. Both Drut Padam (द्रुतपदं) and Druva Padam (ध्रुवपदं) are valid. One can use this document of Shri-Rudram ...


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