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The first house is named after Rigveda.
The Rigveda, one of the oldest sacred texts in the world, holds a paramount position in ancient Indian literature and religious philosophy. Composed in Vedic Sanskrit, it is a collection of hymns, chants, and praises dedicated to various deities. The Rigveda is part of the Vedas, is divided into ten books known as Mandalas. These hymns cover a wide range of topics, from cosmology and nature to rituals and spiritual insights. The verses are attributed to different sages and seers, showcasing a rich tapestry of cultural, intellectual and philosophical perspectives. The Rigveda not only serves as a guide for fulfilling life but also offers profound reflections on the nature of existence, the divine order, and the interconnectedness of all things. It remains a source of inspiration and wisdom.

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