Question: Where are the original Vedas being kept?
The original Vedas are eternally present in the ethereal space as shabda. All written forms of the Vedas are products of very recent times. At most you may find manuscripts dating from a thousand years in some of the royal libraries. Even among the written manuscripts, there are dozens of versions for each text. This may be due to a number of reasons, the most common being faulty transcription or variation according to the branch (shaka) of the text. There are various branches, each propagated by a particular Rishi, which sometimes contain minor variations in the text. This is not a fault, but revelation of a different aspect of the eternal shabda. The Vedic recitations are unlimited, although they may be classified under a limited number of headings or books. The Vedas are shabda-brahma, or the absolute truth in sound. According to the time, place and circumstances, a Rishi may realize a certain portion of the eternal sound, and pass it down to his disciples. Even today one may experience the recitation of the Vedic texts in the ethereal space through meditation and sadhana.