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Question 1: ________, Tracing the Vedic dialects in Dialectes dans les litteratures Indo-Aryennes ed.
Richard Nelson FryeGraham T. AllisonRichard PipesMichael Witzel

Question 2: A shakha (Sanskrit śākhā, "branch" or "limb"), is a ________ theological school that specializes in learning certain Vedic texts, or else the traditional texts followed by such a school.
HinduVaishnavismRamaHinduism

Question 3: Each school would learn a specific Vedic Saṃhita (one of the "four Vedas" properly so-called), as well as its associated Brahmana, ________, Shrautasutras, Grhyasutras and Upanishads.
Taittiriya ShakhaAranyakaSmritiRigveda

Question 4: [3] - the term is also used in ________ to refer to an adherent of a particular orthodox system.
Hindu philosophyAncient philosophyIndian philosophyBuddhist philosophy







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