Definition of Sama Veda in English:

Sama Veda

Syllabification: Sa·ma Ve·da
Pronunciation: /ˈsämə ˈvādə, ˈvēdə
 
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Hinduism
  • One of the four Vedas, a collection of liturgical chants chanted aloud at the sacrifice. Its material is drawn largely from the Rig Veda. See Veda.

Origin

from Sanskrit sāmaveda, from sāman 'chant' and veda '(sacred) knowledge'.

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