Shrauta Shastra

Shrauta Shastra or śrauta sūtra (Sanskrit: "texts on the revelation") 1) Refers to scriptures or teachings that are in agreement with the Vedas. 2) A specific group of texts of the Kalpa Vedanga, and part of the essential study for Vedic priests. The Shrauta Shastras offer explanation of the yagna rituals.

R̥gveda

  • Āśvalāyana Śrautasûtra
  • Sāṅkhāyana Śrautasûtra

Sāmaveda

  • Lātyāyana Śrautasûtra
  • Drāhyāyana Śrautasûtra
  • Jaiminiya Śrautasûtra

Kr̥sna Yajurveda

  • Baudhāyana Śrautasûtra
  • Vādhūla Śrautasûtra
  • Mānava Śrautasûtra
  • Bharadvāja Śrautasûtra
  • Āpastamba Śrautasûtra
  • Hiraṅyakeśi Śrautasûtra
  • Vārāha Śrautasûtra
  • Vaikhānasa Śrautasûtra

Śukla Yajurveda

  • Kātyāyana Śrautasûtra

Atharvaveda

  • Vaitāna Śrautasûtra

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