Anonymity Writing Styles in The Rig Veda

Anonymity
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Point of View

The point of view for this book is multiple. There are two ways in which scholars make contributions to The Rig Veda. There are preambles to every section. These contain brief interpretations of the text that follows. These are written objectively, from a third person perspective. They are designed to go along with the book's translations and can help to make the work functional as a textbook or accessible to younger people.

There are also notes that follow after each of hymns in the work. Here, some of the translator's decisions and choices have been clarified. This is beneficial for readers who are intense scholars themselves or very particular about the puzzles and delicacies pertaining to translations. These are also written objectively. However, they automatically include the reality that absolute objectivity is hard to come by and therefore the very way that the works have been...

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