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The second house is named after Yajurveda.
The Yajurveda, one of the four Vedas in ancient Indian literature, is a sacred text primarily concerned with the procedural aspects. It is divided into two main parts: the “Shukla Yajurveda” and the “Krishna Yajurveda.” The former is presented in a poetic form, while the latter is in prose. It emphasizes the symbiotic relationship between the cosmic forces and the earthly acts, aiming to establish harmony and balance. The Yajurveda’s significance lies in its role as a guide for practitioners, ensuring the proper execution of karma to maintain cosmic order and foster spiritual growth. Beyond its ritualistic aspects, the Yajurveda contains philosophical insights, offering reflections on the nature of existence, ethical conduct, and the interconnectedness of all beings. In this way, the Yajurveda plays a crucial role in shaping both the inner and outer dimensions of our life.

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