answer, it is said
But as a matter of fact, before the kali yuga, people believed that the Vedas were authored by the Rishis. For example, the extremely ancient Yaska, author of the Nirukta, says in the Nirukta:
1.20 - The rishis were the ones who had a direct vision Dharma. For the sake of the inferior people who were not endowed with a vision of Dharma, [the rishis] gave mantras as instruction/teaching. This is the Veda and Vedāṅgas.
7.3 - Thus, the visions of the rishis occur with various intentions and topics.
Yaska lived in a previous yuga.
If the bolded part is not backed up by scripture, it is an extravagant claim that lowers the tone of HSE.
What is the policy on such clams?