Vedic Rivers Present Names Tricks: The Vedic culture revolves around four Vedas Rigveda, Atharvaveda, Yajurveda, and Samaveda, and mainly appears to be Rigveda. And in the whole societal and economical development rivers were the backbone or had the most important part. Hence we sometimes called our culture “Ganga-Januni tahjeeb”
In Rigveda, the names of the rivers are mentioned. Aryans were mostly confined to the Saptasindhu river. All are found in the Early Vedic period.
In Rigveda total of 30 tribes were mentioned. Also, there is a mention of the battle of Dasrajana ie the battle of ten kings.
The above 7 Rivers are most commonly asked and hence we are providing you the Vedic Rivers Present Names Tricks
ViJay ki ShaSu ne PuRa AC ViBe ko SaGa DhaGa kar diya.
Following names are very easy and commonly known hence no need of any tricks.
|Saraswati / Drishtwarti
Here is your PDF of Vedic Rivers Present Names
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Question 1: What are the rivers mentioned in the Vedas?
There are more than 12 rivers mentioned in Rigveda ie.
Kubhu, Kubha, Vitastata, Askini, Purushni, Shatudri, Vipasha, sadanira, Drishdvati, Gomti, Suwastu, Indus, Saraswati, Sushoma, Marudvridha.
Question 2: How many rivers are there in the Vedic period?
More than 12 rivers.
Question 3: What is the modern name of the river Bipasha?
Beas. It is also pronounced as Vipasa.