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    Artha-sastra. A report on Giuseppe Tucci’s collection of Sanskrit manuscripts (Francesco Sferra), accompanied by two facsimile manuscript samples, raises the question of the importance of the preservation of intellectual heritage of the humankind. Two papers deal with the problem of dating of...
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  • Introduction to Indian Literature
    religious literature, primarily in Hinduism, and the fact that most modern Indian languages have been directly derived from or strongly influenced by Sanskrit, the language and its literature is of great importance in Indian culture akin to that of Greek and Latin in European culture. Some Sanskrit...
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  • History of Zero
    Undoubtedly the complete credit goes to INDIA for the invention of ZERO and its effects use as a number. In the beginning it was shown in the form of DOT or sometimes by a circle. It was known by the name “SHUNYA” meaning nothing in Sanskrit. Historians believed that it came into existence from...
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  • Sanskrit
    Rigveda until the time of Pāṇini (fl. 4th century BCE) the development of the Sanskrit language may be observed in other Hindu texts: the Samaveda, Yajurveda, Atharvaveda, Brahmanas, and Upanishads. During this time, the prestige of the language, its use for sacred purposes, and the importance...
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  • Poetic Elements in Sandesakavya
    the technique are to be incorporated, keeping an eye on the emotive content or the ‘Rasa’ of paramount importance. Sande¿ak¡vyas Sande¿ak¡vyas are also first originated in Sanskrit. In the text of Îgveda, one can see the archetypes of Sande¿ak¡vyas in the sending of Sarama to Panis by Indra...
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  • Mahabarata Dicussion
    living in shrines, ascetics living in retreats or wandering about, and by traveling bards, minstrels, dance-troupes, etc. • Later, after about 350 CE, it came to be a unified, sacred text of 100,000 stanzas written in Sanskrit, distributed throughout India by kings and wealthy patrons, and...
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  • Love
    Aries Horoscope Sanskrit Name | : | Mesha | Meaning of Name | : | The Ram | Type | : | Fire-Cardinal-Positive | Lord | : | Mars | Lucky Color | : | Scarlet, Red | Lucky Day | : | Tuesday | Lucky Number | : | 9, 18, 27, 36, 45, 54, 63, 72 | Taurus Horoscope Sanskrit Name...
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  • Ramanujan's Poem
    in the most extraordinary but common words. It is remarkable to note that the Sanskrit Acharyas were conscious of this creative use of language of poetry. They held that if one wanted to analyse poetry, one has to analyse the language of poetry. The Sanskrit theoreticians are to be...
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  • A Comparative Study of Sindhi and Sanskrit Language Journalism
    A  comparative  study  of  Sindhi  and  Sanskrit  Language  Journalism   Abstract       Journalism   in   regional   languages   that   are   not   mainstream   have   a   number  of  challenges  associated  with  it...
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  • Dsghfnmjhgf Xcvfbjuyhg
    chapters – 1. Importance of Sanskrit language – quote Sri Aurobindo and the Mother. 2. Introduction on Development of Indian languages by Shri K M Munshi. 3. Scientific Literature in Sanskrit The Vedic Age Upto 600 BC. 5...
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  • Karma
    Karma (Sanskrit: कर्म; IPA: [ˈkarmə] ( listen); Pali: kamma) means action, work or deed;[1] it also refers to the principle of causality where intent and actions of an individual influence the future of that individual.[2] Good intent and good deed contribute to good karma and future happiness...
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  • Sanskrit Literature
    and closing with the Muhammadan conquest after 1000 A.D., is the Sanskrit period strictly speaking.in a certain | |sense, owing to the continued literary use of Sanskrit, mainly for the composition of commentaries, this period may be regarded | |as coming down to the present day. During the...
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  • Essay
    hard evidence points against it instead of supporting it. Astronomical references offer a direct method to date Vedic texts. Weber (1861) was the first (Sanskrit) scholar to recognize the importance of this method. The key verses are in Kausitaki [Keith 1920], Satapatha [Eggeling 1882-1900] and...
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  • All About Eassy
    ’ – exclusively provides a proof that the Buddha was born in present Nepal’s Lumbini some 2600 years ago. It is therefore worth the time discussing lexical importance of – ‘Lummini+game’ i.e. ‘Lumbini’ also. What has also been claimed is that Lumbini is other form of ‘Lhum + beni’. with an aspirated...
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  • History
    scholars like Vasumitra and Asvaghosa. The Convocation of the first Buddhist council marked the ascendancy of the Mahayana Buddhism with Sanskrit as its vehicle of propagation. Kanishka regarded Mahayana as his state religion. The state religion of Kanishka determined preaching the divinity of...
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  • Hinglish
    majority of Indians brought up in environments congenial to learning our mother tongue, our language is still not only of great cultural importance and sentimental value to us, but it also provides a community identity that protects us from the anomie so characteristic of modern society. The creation...
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  • World History/Religions Key Terms
    , jain, Buddhist, and sikh religions. 12. Atman (AHT-muhn) - self in Sanskrit and is a concept of importance in Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism: Ātman (Hinduism), Ātman (Buddhism), and Atman (Jainsm). 13. Siddhartha Gautama- was a spiritual teacher from the Indian subcontinent, on whose...
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  • Indus Valley Civiization Similarities
    most ancient scriptures that were used to guide the live of ancient Hindus.The Vedas are accurately translated and preserved perfectly so historians can date the text accurately. Rigveda was only passed down orally in the line of Hindu priest showing the importance of the text as sacred. To the hindus...
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  • Ethical Issues in Bhopal Gas Tregedy
    , Tagalog, Tetum * Dravidian: Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu * Indo-Asiatic: Armenian, Bengali, English, Gujarati, Marathi, Hindi, Kurdish, Nepali, Pashto, Persian, Portuguese, Punjabi, Russian, Konkani, Sanskrit, Tajik, Urdu * Japonic: Japanese, Okinawan * Sino-Tibetan...
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  • Importance of B.Ed Course
    ) | |Opt. iv |Teaching of Sanskrit Only for B.A. with |80 |20 |6 | | |Sanskrit | | |(3 HRS: 80) | |Opt. v...
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