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Another shakha that may have survived is the Bāṣkala, although this is uncertain.
while the metrical text of van Nooten and Holland (1994) has a total of 395,563 syllables (or an average of 9.93 syllables per pada); counting the number of syllables is not straightforward because of issues with sandhi and the post-Rigvedic pronunciation of syllables like súvar as svàr.
This interplay with sounds gave rise to a scholarly tradition of morphology and phonetics.
E.g., the first pada is Most sūktas are attributed to single composers.
The "family books" (2–7) are so-called because they have hymns by members of the same clan in each book; but other clans are also represented in the Rigveda.
Within each book, the hymns are arranged in collections each dealing with a particular deity: Agni comes first, Indra comes second, and so on.
They are attributed and dedicated to a rishi (sage) and his family of students.