'Ayurveda' has its origin in

A. Rig Veda

B. Sama Veda

C. Yajur Veda

D. Atharva Veda

Answer: Option D

Solution(By Examveda Team)

The fundamentals on which the Ayurvedic system is based are essentially true for all times and do not change from are to age. These are based on human actors, on intrinsic causes. The origin of Ayurveda is attributed to Atharva Veda where mention is made several diseases with their treatments.

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Comments ( 10 )

  1. Shree Guha
    Shree Guha :
    1 year ago

    As per poonam dalal dahiya it's Rig veda. Upaveda of Rig veda is Ayur veda

  2. Rihaan Lather
    Rihaan Lather :
    2 years ago

    ठीक है answer
    Examiner ने इसी को सही माना है हरबार

  3. Karan Singh
    Karan Singh :
    2 years ago

    I also think rigveda is correct answer of this question!!

  4. Misha Jha
    Misha Jha :
    2 years ago

    I think Rigveda is the write one..

  5. Ram Krishna
    Ram Krishna :
    2 years ago

    Ayurveda is related to Rig Veda. Dhanurveda is related to Yajur Veda. Gandharvaveda is related to Sama Veda. Shilpaveda is related to Atharva Veda.

  6. S P
    S P :
    2 years ago

    This answer is wrong. Aryurveda is the upveda of rig veda. Please verify this answer!

  7. Satinder Kaur
    Satinder Kaur :
    3 years ago

    Rigveda is right answer

  8. Ahmad Hussain
    Ahmad Hussain :
    3 years ago

    Ayurveda (related to medical science) is the Upveda of Rigved. it's origian from RV.

  9. Dev Patel
    Dev Patel :
    3 years ago

    Atharvaveda related to shilpveda and rigveda to ayurveda

  10. Surajit Rudra
    Surajit Rudra :
    4 years ago

    Answer is wrong

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