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The Atharvaveda is less predominant than other Vedas, as it is little used in solemn (Shrauta) ritual. The largely silent Brahman priest observes the procedures of the ritual and "heals" it with two mantras and pouring of ghee when a mistake occurs. An early text, its status has been ambiguous due to its magical character.
Atharva veda means the Veda of the Wise and the Old. It contains poetry coming form other visionary poets, Atharva Rishis. Atharva veda contains about 6,000 verses forming 731 poems and a small portion in prose. Atharva Rishis had blossomed the mantras in the Atharva veda. The veda contains many types of mantras which ward off evil deeds and hardships, and destroys enemies. The verses in the Atherva veda are related to various diseases, sins and their atonement, glorification of the curative herbs and magic amulates, politics, phylosophics and various other topics. Like other vedas, Atharva veda has the common goal of ensuring the well being of the universe and to help every one towards spiritual progress in life.
कालरूपी परमात्मा ने ही इन सभी लोकों को धारण किया हुआ है। वह कालरूपी परमात्मा ही इन सभी लोकों में चारों ओर व्याप्त है। वही इन सब प्राणियों का पिता भी है और इन सबका पुत्र भी। संसार में उससे बड़ी कोई शक्ति नहीं। ।।अथर्ववेद।।