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Q1. What books are written in Sanskrit?


There are two types of Sanskrit Books":


Composed in Vedic Sanskrit during the Vedic period, and any text considered as "connected to the Vedas" or a "corollary of the Vedas"


The Samhitas: are collections of "mantras". There are four "Vedic" Samhitas: the Rig-Veda, Yajur-Veda, Sama-Veda, and Atharva-Veda, most of which are available in several recensions (śākhā). The Brahmanas are prose texts that comment on and explain solemn rituals as well as expound on their meaning and many connected themes.


The Aranyakas, "wilderness texts" or "forest treaties", were composed of people who meditated in the woods as recluses. Older Mukhya Upanishads (Bhadārayaka, Chandogya, Kaha, Kena, Aitareya, and others), Other Related Hindu texts Vedangas, Puranas, Itihasa, Sangam Literature, Shastras and Sutras.