All of the above
Solution:Social life in the Vedic Age was patriarchal. The Vedic Aryans lived in small groups, each with their own particular socio-cultural worldview; the early Vedic culture was essentially tribal in nature. Because there were no sharp social divisions, society had an egalitarian attitude. The family was the primary social organisation of the Vedic age. It was a patriarchal household. It implies that, while men were the family's head, women had equal power to men. The majority of marriages were monogamous. They followed the "Chaturashrama" system. They include Brahmacharya, Grihastha, Vanaprastha, Sanyasa, and others.