apauruṣeya

apauruṣeya (Sanskrit: "being unauthored") — is used to describe the Vedas, the main scripture in Hindu Dharma This implies that the Vedas are not authored by any agency, be it human or divine. Apaurusheya shabda ("unauthored word") is an extension of apaurusheya which refers to the Vedas.

Hindu Dharma is regarded as apauruseya, i.e., of impersonal origin & so also are the Gods. They are eternal & though the deities appear to be different & independent, they are really facets of the same Brahman, the Supreme God.

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