Gandarva veda which deals with music and dance is derived from Samaveda....rigveda prominently deals with slokas, there is belif that ayurveda is part of rig veda or atharva veda, since dealing with the practical side as atharvaveda deals with that, ayurveda is best suited for Atharva Veda. Dhanurveda is a part of Yajurveda...shilpaveda is part of atharva veda, Architecture related stapatyaveda is associated with Rig-Veda.....please do focus , correct me if i am wrong
Thank you for the explanation Akhil. You are correct in saying Gandharvaveda is associated with samaveda and Dhanurveda is associated with Yajurveda. It was a typographical mistake from my side and I apologise for the same. With regards to ayurveda it is associated with Rig Veda only and not atharvaveda because atharvaveda basically contains charms and spells. It's more like black magic and hence actually for a very long time it was not even considered a part of Vedas. But ayurveda is a pure form and has been associated with Rig Veda. Hope I am more clear now.
Am a Ayurvedic doctor and in our syllabus it says Ayurveda is the upaveda of adherva veda
Yes, got it....but the thing was, Ayurveda is described only once with Rig-Veda and twice with Adharvaveda...i am not sure which answer PSC have taken , but i think it was tge latter