Re: Sri Vaishnava books and its sources
Thank you Anirudh,
I did not know that Divya Prabandam is called Dravida Veda or Fifth Veda and I do not speak Tamil. Since only Yoga and Vedanta are popular in the West and available in my mother tounge I am not familiar with Vaishnava Traditions. Anyhow I like to read these scriptures.
There are more fifth Vedas
Mahabharatam is called as the fifth or the panchama Veda.
The Ramayana, also makes a claim to be the fifth Veda.
Similar claims are made in the Puranas, which claim to be the fifth Veda
The Natya Shastra, a text dealing with performative theory, also applies to itself the label of "Fifth Veda"
Other works that have been characterised as the "Fifth Veda" include, texts on ayurveda
More details https://www.quora.com/Which-Indian-text-is-considered-as-the-fifth-Veda
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