The four Vedas
The four Vedas are the ancient most scriptures of India and are considered the pillars of Hinduism. Apart from the religious rituals and philosophic doctrines, they also contain many hidden secret instructions in coded format, which are carefully guarded secrets known only to a few. For example the verses of Sri Rudram (chapter 16 & chapter 18 of Yajur Veda) contain coded instructions for preparing various Ayurvedic medicines.
Even today there are a lot of traditional Hindus who recite and practice the Vedas as they were practiced thousands of years ago. Hinduism is deeply indebted to them for keeping our tradition alive.
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Introduction to the Vedas by Paramahamsa Swami Sivananda