India’s ancient religion has seen many changes over the years.
It is said that in India, the religion began with the Hindu patriarchs who founded India in 726 B.C. and was later adopted by the ruling British monarchy.
The religion has also changed from being a monotheistic and all-embracing religion to a multi-faith religion, which has been the source of much controversy over the centuries.
The oldest scriptures and scriptures that are still in existence are written by the first six hundred years of the country’s history.
However, there are also many other texts written in Sanskrit, the language of the Hindu scriptures.
The Sanskrit language has been a major influence on the religion, said historian of the Vedas Ramachandra Guha.
“The Sanskrit language influenced the religion from the very beginning, so we cannot say that the religion is purely Sanskrit, or purely Hindu,” Guha told NDTV.
Guha said that the oldest scriptures, written in the 5th century A.D., were mostly used in temples.
“They were the first Sanskrit scriptures, which were used by the Hindu priests to spread their religion.
It was not just the priests but also the people that spread the religion and made it popular.
The people also used these scriptures to make their own religion,” he said.
Guha said, “the Hindu scriptures are not only about religion, but also about caste, which is very important.”
Hindu scriptures also have a very rich history.
There are two main scriptures, the Hindu Panchayat Upanishad and the Hindu Vedas.
The Panchapat Upani is a compilation of Hindu texts, written between 1275 and 1290 A.C., which is considered the most important of the four Vedas, Guha added.
The oldest scriptures of India are known as the Vedic Scriptures and the Vedavansas.
In these, the gods are described as the deities of the world.
“These scriptures were written at a time when people did not have a lot of knowledge about the world and were very poor,” Guham said.
In the Hindu religion, the first seven texts are called the Mahabharata and it is considered one of the greatest of all the scriptures, Guham added.