The Vedamu app and site( www.vedamu.org) is primarily designed to give Vedic literature in its entirety as available in Devanagari and Grantha scripts in India, as of now.
The module Veda presents the text of ten Veda Sakhas with five of them carrying the Bhashya by Sayanacharya, as part of the Samhita texts. Each Veda Sakha contains Samhita, Brahmanam, Aaranyakam and the Upanisads related to it.
The ten Veda sakha texts presented on the portal are the following:
Rigveda – Sakala sakha
Krishna Yajuveda – Taittiriya & Maitrayani sakhas
Sukla Yajurveda – Madhyandina & Kanva sakhas
Samaveda - Raanaayana, Kouthama & Jaimini sakhas
Atharvaveda – Sounaka & Pippalada sakhask
Besides the Veda sakhas, the module presents Other Upanisads not forming part of the Veda-sakha texts, all the 108 Upanisads in Devanagari script (actually 112), the Upavedas, Vedangas, Upangas, Brahmasutras, Tantra, Sandhyavandana and a host of literature of the Digital Vedic Library. The English translation of the Vedic texts is accessed under each Veda sakha to the other sites on the internet. The content of the module is rather comprehensive to the extent available to the scholars.
Of 1131 Veda sakhas available in the country during the time of Patanjali, about 2 millenniums and a half ago, only the few stated above - ten in number - are available today.