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35 It may be recalled that the term iakhdntara "another branch of the Veda" is found since ApDhS. 1, 10, 20; 1, 12, 4; HDhS. 1, 3, 47; 1, 4, 4. 36 For instance, when ApSS.
G. ch. 2 uktdh paribhdsdh. iddnim s*rutikramam mantrakramam cdnusarann deary ah prathamam paurnamdsestim upadidiksus . . aha; 5 deary ena grutimantrapdthakramena paurnamdsddiny agnihotrdntdni karmdny uktdni. iddnim grutipdthakramenaiva cdturmdsydni vaktum . . ; see also the notes before 4, 12, 6, 1 and 13, 1. 16 17 See GONDA, V. , p. 325. Edited by A. WEBER, I. S. Ill, p. 373; XII, p. 350 and in Taittirlya Samhita edited by A. MAHADEVA SASTRI and P. K. RANGACARYA (Bibl. Sanskr. IV), Mysore 1894, Appendix, p.
13 There can be no doubt that the yajurvedic srautasutras—which "bear a strong family likeness"14—followed, in principle and in some main points, the (see W. CALAND, On the sacred books of the Vaikhanasas, Amsterdam Acad. 1928, p. 10; RENOTJ, JEcoles, p. 173). 7 8 9 See also L. RENOTJ, Les ecoles vediques et la formation du Veda, Paris 1947. See above, chapter I, 1. See GONDA, V. , p. 327; 337. 10 The Vaitana-SUtra belonging to the Atharvaveda must in this connexion be left out of consideration.