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- states that the Vadhula (or Anvakhyana) Brahmana of the Vadhula Shakha is 'a Brahmana type of text, though it is actually part of the Vadhula Shrauta Sutra'...
- were composed in the late Brahmana period (such as the Baudhyanana and Vadhula Sūtras), but the bulk of the Śrautasūtras are roughly contemporary to the...
- important as it is one of the earliest Srautasutras, next to that of the Vadhula sub-school of the Taittiriyas, which was situated a little further west...
- restricted to them. Yajurveda, the Taittirīya śākhā with the Baudhāyana, Vādhūla and Āgniveśya srauta sutras. Samaveda in the Jaiminīya recension, which...
- was also home of Narayan Misra who was the author of the Ancient Text Vādhūla Gṛhyāgamavṛttirahasyam.[1] C T Rajagopal and M S Rangachari (June 1978)...
- over South India and in Konkan Taittiriya Brahmana (TB) and Vadhula Br. (part of Vadhula Srautrasutra) Taittiriya Aranyaka (TA) Taittiriya Upanishad (TU)...
- Maitrayaniya (somewhat similar to Manava text) Varaha (in m****cript) Vadhula (in m****cript) Hiranyakeshin (similar to Apastamba Shulba Sutras) The...
- was a disciple of Visvarupa. He was a Smarta brahmin belonging to the Vadhula gotra. He was an expert in Nyaya and Taraka Shastra. He was one of the...
- translated and published by the Adyar Library. He was born Śivarāma of Vādhūla gotra in Brahmapuram, a village on the river Palar. This would date to...
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