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    whole region inspired directly or indirectly by Indian culture, values, rational and religious concepts. In the era of rapid globalisation, the importance of Indian as well as Oriental studies——stated jointly, in keeping with the maxim of ‘the cattle and bulls’: —has become more fundamental than customarily...
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  • Introduction to Indian Literature
    supreme treasure of Truth resides. The earliest literary writings in India, composed between 1400 BCE and 1200 CE, were in the Sanskrit language. Prominent works of this Sanskrit literature include epics such as the Mahābhārata and the Ramayana, the dramas of Kālidāsa such as the The Recognition of Śakuntalā...
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  • History of Zero
    sometimes by a circle. It was known by the name “SHUNYA” meaning nothing in Sanskrit. Historians believed that it came into existence from 458 A.D. Most of the number and problems were written in verses form (Known as SLOKA in Sanskrit) or in the basis of natural things.  For Ex: Moon and Earth represents...
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  • Poetic Elements in Sandesakavya
    Poetic Elements in Sande¿ak¡vyas Introduction Sanskrit is the vast and rich treasure house of various branches of knowledge. It has produced magnificent and sublime poetry since time immemorial. Ancient Indian thinkers thought a lot on the various aspects of poetry from different angles and consequently...
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  • Sanskrit
    Sanskrit संस्कृतम् saṃskṛtam Pronunciation [sə̃skɹ̩t̪əm] Spoken in Greater India Total speakers 14,135 native speakers in India (2001)[1] Language family Indo-European * Indo-Iranian o Indo-Aryan + Sanskrit Writing system Devanāgarī (de facto), various...
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  • Dsghfnmjhgf Xcvfbjuyhg
    History of Sanskrit Compiled by Sanjeev Nayyar March 2002 My interest in the origin - development of languages is of recent origin. I must give credit to Khushwant Singh for arousing my interest in languages by saying that Punjabis were responsible for the killing of Urdu in Punjab. I found...
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  • Mahabarata Dicussion
    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 declaimed from temples. • Even after it became a famous Sanskrit writing it continued to exist in various performance media in many different local...
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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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  • Essay
    4, 2011 Astronomical references in ancient Vedic (Brahmana and Samhita) texts do not support the Aryan Invasion Theory as proposed by western Sanskrit scholars more than 150 years ago. We have examined this issue and present a comprehensive analysis relating to the key astronomical references only...
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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 | : | Vrishabha...
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  • Ramanujan's Poem
    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 credited for the theories and rules...
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  • Sanskrit Literature
    of Vedic | |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...
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  • Indus Valley Civiization Similarities
    of Hindu priest showing the importance of the text as sacred. To the hindus the vedas tells the expansion of India and the early people Aryans led by the fire God, and also hints to the origin of sanskrit. What was discovered about the relationship between Sanskrit, Latin and Greek? There are...
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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, while...
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  • India Today
    [1] The end of the period is commonly estimated to have occurred about 500 BCE, and 150 BCE has been suggested as a terminus ante quem for all Vedic Sanskrit literature.[2] Transmission of texts in the Vedic period was by oral tradition alone,[3] and a literary tradition set in only in post-Vedic...
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  • History
    headed by 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...
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  • Founders Day
    wide-spread ways of achieving better health for the health-conscious people of the world .The term "aerobic" means "in the presence of oxygen,"And Yoga in Sanskrit stands for connection, or union. The students of Grade I A and I B are going to display their skills in aerobics and yoga. End – Indeed very refreshing...
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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 ‘l’ of which...
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  • World History/Religions Key Terms
    predominant religion of the Indian subcontinent and one of its indigenous religions. 2. Rigveda (rig VAY-duh) - is an ancient Indian sacred collection of Sanskrit hymns. 3. Castes- is an ancient socio-cultural phenomena that has evolved through centuries and has existed in many parts of the world. 4. Brahmin...
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  • The Origin of the Urdu Language
    divergence of languages from a common ancestor. However, in historical linguistics, factors like cultural diffusion and convergence are of equal importance for explaining language-change. It is hypothesized that the Muslim conquests resulted in Persian and Arabic effecting the Prakrit or...
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