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The third house is called Samveda.
The Samaveda, one of the four Vedas of ancient Indian literature, is a collection of sacred chants and melodies used during Vedic rituals. It is closely associated with the Rigveda, as many of its verses are derived from the Rigvedic hymns. What sets the Samaveda apart is its emphasis on musical notation and the melodic rendering of these hymns, making it a unique contribution to the Vedic tradition. The Samveda signifies the importance of melody in life. These musical hymns are believed to have a profound effect on the atmosphere and participants, invoking divine energies and fostering a harmonious connection between the earthly and spiritual realms. The Samaveda, with its musical and rhythmic dimensions, adds a distinctive and enriching layer to the profound tapestry of Vedic wisdom.

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