Sanatsujatha Paramarshi said, “One should desist from flaws and then should observe tapas and vrat as this is the law established by the Creator. Satya is the observance of exalted persons. Men should be free from the above mentioned blemishes and be associated with the fine qualities. The pure tapas of a person like that is indeed rich and perfect. King! I have explained what you asked me about in brief. This tapas will set aside the difficulties of janma, mrtyu and vridhavastha and is bereft of sin and evil and is absolutely pure”.
Dhrutharashtra asks, “Great Sage! The fifth mentioned about in the history, scriptures and Puranas sees some specific peoples name taken from all the Vedas and called as panchavedi. Some others are called chaturvedi and some others trivedi.
Similarly some are called as dvivedi, ekavedi and anrich – those who have not studied the Vedas. Who among these can I understand to be brahman?”
Sanatsujatha Paramarshi said, “O King! There was only one Veda at the time of creation but got divided into various parts because of the inability to understand it. The quintessence of that one Veda which is satyaswaroopa established in Paramātmā is a rare entity.
[Sanatsujatha Parva – Chapters 43 of Udyoga Parva – Slokas 38 – 43]