"Nibandh In Sanskrit On Satsangati" Essays and Research Papers

  • Nibandh In Sanskrit On Satsangati

    Sanskrit (/ˈsænskrɪt/; संस्कृतम् saṃskṛtam [səmskr̩t̪əm], originally संस्कृता वाक् saṃskṛtā vāk, "refined speech") is a historical Indo-Aryan language, the primary liturgical language of Hinduism and a literary and scholarly language in Buddhism and Jainism. Developing from Vedic Sanskrit, today it is listed as one of the 22 scheduled languages of India[3] and is an official language of the state of Uttarakhand.[4] Sanskrit holds a prominent position in Indo-European studies. The corpus of Sanskrit...

    Buddhism, Indo-Aryan languages, Indo-European languages 799  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sanskrit and Play

    Kalidasa's Sakuntala is the best-known Sanskrit drama, and widely considered a masterpiece. It is based on an episode from the Mahabharata (book 1, ch. 62-69), though Kalidasa takes significant liberties in his version. Widely translated -- there were "no fewer than forty-six translations in twelve different languages" in the century after Sir William Jones' groundbreaking first translation (1789) alone, Dorothy Matilda Figueira notes in Translating the Orient -- new editions continue to appear regularly...

    Abhijñānaśākuntalam, Anxiety, Sanskrit 1594  Words | 5  Pages

  • 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 Brāhmī–based scripts, and Latin alphabet Official status Official language in India (Uttarakhand) one of the 22 scheduled languages of India Regulated by No official regulation Language codes ...

    Hindi, India, Indo-Aryan languages 6594  Words | 25  Pages

  • BEAMING FACETS OF SANSKRIT

     BEAMING FACETS OF SANSKRIT “This (i.e. Panini’s) grammar, which dates from somewhere round 350 to 250 BC, is one of the greatest monuments of human intelligence. It describes with the minutest detail, every inflection, derivation and composition, and every syntactic usage of its author’s speech. No other language, to this day, has been so perfectly described. L. Bloomfield...

    Dravidian languages, Hinduism, India 1224  Words | 2  Pages

  • Sanskrit

    of this material creation can compare to His beauty. Therefore, it is recommended that we need to remember and adore Him, by which we can experience His divine love, which is like an ocean of nectar.        It is important to point out that the Sanskrit term for the experience of Krishna’s divine love is rasa. It is the Bhagavat Purana that, in the Vedic literature, begins to explain the rasa-lila or bliss pastimes of Lord Krishna with His numerous associates. The word rasa is never used in connection...

    Brahman, God, Hinduism 27097  Words | 68  Pages

  • Sanskrit

    Glossary of Sanskrit Terms for the Ayurvedic Practitioner November 2004 by Marisa Laursen and Robert Talbert This reference guide evolved naturally out of our studies of Ayurveda and deepening interest in the original language of this sacred science. It was compiled with the loving intent of helping to make the ancient language of Sanskrit more accessible to students and practitioners of Ayurveda. This reference contains the terms used in the primary textbooks utilized by the California College...

    Astral body, Astral projection, Ayurveda 12454  Words | 55  Pages

  • Hinduism and Sanskrit Philosophical Treatises

    from Sanskrit kavya (Klaus Karttunen, Lidia Sudyka, Anna Trynkowska) to medieval and modern Hindi poetry (Renata Czekalska, Kunwar Narain, Danuta Stasik). Analysis of personalities of personages of the Vedic pantheon is juxtaposed with comparative approach to Indian mythology (Rahul Peter Das, Paolo Magnone). Examination of different historical and textual layers of Vedic exegesis (Tatiana Y. Elizarenkova, Cezary Galewicz, Joanna Jurewicz, Sven Sellmer) is enriched by reflection on Sanskrit epics...

    Culture, Hindi literature, Hindu 661  Words | 3  Pages

  • Panini: A Sanskrit Scholar

    below about how historians have gone about trying to pinpoint the date when Panini lived. Panini was a Sanskrit grammarian who gave a comprehensive and scientific theory of phonetics, phonology, and morphology. Sanskrit was the classical literary language of the Indian Hindus and Panini is considered the founder of the language and literature. It is interesting to note that the word "Sanskrit" means "complete" or "perfect" and it was thought of as the divine language, or language of the gods. A...

    India, Linguistics, Logic 1342  Words | 4  Pages

  • Sanskrit Algorithm

    unambiguity of the Sanskrit language. A Computational Algorithm based on Empirical Analysis, that Composes Sanskrit Poetry Rama N., Meenakshi Lakshmanan (Submitted on 7 Mar 2010) Poetry-writing in Sanskrit is riddled with problems for even those who know the language well. This is so because the rules that govern Sanskrit prosody are numerous and stringent. We propose a computational algorithm that converts prose given as E-text into poetry in accordance with the metrical rules of Sanskrit prosody, simultaneously...

    Bhagavad Gita, India, Linguistics 376  Words | 2  Pages

  • Sanskrit Schlarship Application Form

    Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan (Deemed University) 56-57, Institutional Area, Janak Puri, New Delhi-110058 Notification of Scholarship Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan (Deemed University) set up by the Government of India for propagation and promotion of Sanskrit language invites applications in the prescribed form for award of merit Scholarship to: i. Regular students studying Sanskrit in any recognized traditional Pathshalas/modern institutions / Secondary / Senior Secondary Schools from 9th...

    Deemed university, Graduation, Grammatical gender 1817  Words | 8  Pages

  • Sanskrit Literature Paragraph

    MIXED FEELINGS IN POST-INDEPENDENCE INDIA BUT WAS WELL ESTABLISHED NEVERTHELESS. WHAT IS BEING DISCUSSED IN EACH PARAGRAPH? PARAGRAPH 1 IT IS ALL ABOUT THE SEQUENCE OF INDIA’S LITERARY WORKS FROM THE RIG VEDA TO THE PURANAS AND ABOUT THE SANSKRIT LITERATURE PARAGRAPH 2 IT IS ALL ABOUT FEATURING THE TWO MOST FAMOUS PURANIC EPICS KNOWN AS MAHABHARATA AND RAMAYANA. PARAGRAPH 3 INDIAN CONSTITUTION RECOGNIZED SEVERAL OFFICIAL LANGUAGES AND RESULTED IN THE PRODUCTION OF REGIONAL LITERATURE...

    Hinduism, India, Indian epic poetry 285  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Spectrum of Love: Analysis of Sanskrit Writings

    Justin Chernick Sense and Sensuality McHugh, 2012 Eike, 9am The Spectrum of Love Love is of particular interest in Sanskrit writings. Sometimes it is tied to positive, life giving undertones and other times, it is associated with violent, feverish attacks. Looking at two Sanskrit poems concerning the way women and men deal with love sheds light on how complicated the culture’s view on the phenomenon was. Through the use of nature-related metaphor, the female reaction to love is given a...

    Aesthetics, India, Literature 645  Words | 2  Pages

  • Sanskrit as the Future Language of Super Computers

    intelligence, is a false one. There is at least one language, Sanskrit, which for the duration of almost 1,000 years was a living spoken language with a considerable literature of its own. Besides works of literary value, there was a long philosophical and grammatical tradition that has continued to exist with undiminished vigor until the present century. Among the accomplishments of the grammarians can be reckoned a method for paraphrasing Sanskrit in a manner that is identical not only in essence but in...

    Grammar, Language, Linguistics 568  Words | 2  Pages

  • syllabus jnvu

    Thought 7.00 a.m. to 10.00 a.m. Sanskrit- Paper I Natak Tatha Vyakaran 7.00 a.m. to 10.00 a.m. Economics –Paper II Basic Statistics and Elementary Mathematics 7.00 a.m. to 10.00 a.m.. Philosophy- Paper II Logic 7.00 a.m. to 10.00 a.m. Rajasthani –Paper I Padya 7.00 a.m. to 10.00 a.m. Sanskrit –Paper II Ved, Upnishad, Bhartiya Darshan, Vyakaran Evam Nibandh 7.00 a.m. to 10.00 a.m. Rajasthani- Paper II Rajasthani Bhasha, Sahitya ka Itihas tatha Nibandh 7.00 a.m. to 10.00 a.m. Elective...

    1945, Geography, India 662  Words | 2  Pages

  • 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.  While  some  regional  languages   like   Hindi,   Bengali,   Malayalam   etc.   are   flourishing   even   more   than   English  language  journalism...

    Devanagari, India, Linguistics 2980  Words | 87  Pages

  • Vjvn

    26-50 Vilom Shabda- 41-80 Bhinnarthak Shabda- 29-54 Vakyanshon Ke Liye Ek Shabda- 31-60 Muhavare- 28-50 Lokoktiyan- 13-24 Patra Lekhan Nibandh Lekhan / Anuchched Lekhan 4. Hindi II : Parag 3 : Ch. 3 Suchita aur Sadagi, Ch.13 Surdas Ke Pada, Ch. 18 Cycle Ki Sawari 5. Bengali I : Grammar Bangla Dwitiya Patra Chap. 7 (Pgs. 137-144) ...

    Creative writing, Literature, Sanskrit 656  Words | 5  Pages

  • Ascasd

    employmentnews.gov.in 17 UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION EXAMINATION NOTICE NO.11/2012-CPF DATED : 28.07.2012 (LAST... Premium My Pet Dog Essay In Hindi Male Indian Married SC TELUGU Telugu (For office use only) ID No. ENGLISH Hindi Sanskrit Candidates Latest Photo Female Others Un Married ST BC Rural... Premium Netaji Subhashchandra Bhose Hindi Essay : 28th March 1977. Father name : Mr.Sudhakar K. Chaware Languages Known : Hindi, Marathi & English. Marital...

    English language, Essay, Hindi 740  Words | 5  Pages

  • Sanskrit Words and Phrases and Honesty

    Honesty I will start with a true story. Once King of Spain went to visit prison. He spoke with each and every prisoners. One prisoner said , “ I am innocent but the judge was biased. “ the other told “ Witnesses lied “ Every prisoner claimed that they were innocent. Only one prisoner told king ” I was in need of money. I was caught while stealing the ornaments. I am in jail for the crime I committed.” The king exclaimed “ You are the only bad person in the company of all these honest persons...

    Arjuna, Deva, Krishna 489  Words | 2  Pages

  • Malayalam Evolution

    percent words of modern Malayalam are from pure Sanskrit.[9][10][11] Before Malayalam came into being, Old Tamil was used in literature and courts of a region called Tamilakam, a famous example being Silappatikaram. While Dravidian Tamil used to be the ruling language of the Chera Dynasty[12] Ai and Pandyan kingdoms[13]. Sanskrit/Prakrit derived Buddhist Pali Language and the Jain Kalpasutra were know to Keralites from 500 BC. The Grantha Bhasha or Sanskrit mixed Tamil which was written in Grantha Script...

    Dravidian languages, Kannada language, Karnataka 1267  Words | 4  Pages

  • Jago Grahak Jago

    Adho Mukha Svanasana Adho mukha śvānāsana, adho mukha shvanasana (AH-doh MOO-kah shvah-NAH-sah-nah; Sanskrit: अधोमुखश्वानासन; IAST: Adho Mukha Śvānāsana), downward-facing dog Pose, downward dog, or down dog is an asana. Etymology The name comes from the Sanskrit words adhas meaning 'down', mukha meaning 'face', śvāna meaning 'dog’, and asana meaning 'posture' or 'seat'. Description The preparatory position is with the hands and knees on the floor, hands under the shoulders, fingers spread wide...

    Adho Mukha Svanasana, Foot, Human abdomen 731  Words | 3  Pages

  • Hindi Nibandh on Advantages of Mobile and Disadvantage

    CLAT-2011 Solved Paper ENGLISH (COMPREHENSION) The questions in this section are based on a single passage. The questions are to be answered on the basis of what is stated or implied in the passage. Please note that for some of the questions, more than one of the choices could conceivably answer the question. However, you are to choose the best answer; that is, the response that most accurately and completely answers the question. Passage for Questions 1 to 10 In 1954, a Bombay economist named...

    Dalit, Following, Government of India 17799  Words | 55  Pages

  • 1 surya namaskar

    differ from tradition to tradition The name comes from the Sanskrit words Dhanura (धनुर, Dhanura) meaning "bow",[3] and Asana (आसन, Āsana) meaning "posture" or "seat". The practitioner lies on the belly, grasps the feet, and lifts the legs into the shape of a bow. Backward extension of the spine is achieved with the back muscles, not by leverage with the arms. kutkutaasana The name comes from the Sanskrit words kukkuṭā meaning "cock"[4] and asana (आसन) meaning "posture"...

    Human leg, Mantra, Sanskrit words and phrases 682  Words | 3  Pages

  • A R Rajarajavarma

    Malayalam poetry. Kerala Panineeyam is considered to be an authoritative work on Malayalam grammar. He was a rare blend of scholarship and creative talent and was the moving spirit behind the great literary renaissance in Kerala. He wrote widely in Sanskrit and Malayalam and his poetic works were influenced by the study of British romantic poets of the 19th century. His essays are fine examples of excellent prose and his name will be remembered as long as Malayalam survives. Ulloor S. Parameshwar Iyer...

    Kerala, Malayalam, Malayalam language 1353  Words | 4  Pages

  • Pandita Ramabai

    Anant Shastri Dongre, who stayed at a place in Western Ghats, called Gangamoola, (Mala village, Karkala, Karnataka) was a Sanskrit scholar and believed that women should have education. Against the prevailing traditional Hindu social structure, he taught Puranas and Sanskrit shloks to Ramabai as well as his second wife, Ramambai’s mother Laxmibai and how to read and write Sanskrit as well as how to interpret Vedic texts. She was raised by her father. Her father faced hardships as he was against the...

    Hinduism, India, Jainism 1143  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sandhya Sharma

    Vamana added Lati riti later. Modern scholars believe that Riti literature was written to exhibit a knowledge of Sanskrit poetics and to prove one’s learning to the patron.Bhagirath Mishra and Nagendra rightly believed that durinig this period the term ritihad no exclusive link with the Riti school of Sanskrit poetics. These scholars suggest that it was not the Riti school of Sanskrit poetics headed by Vamana after which the literature was called Riti literature. It is also mentioned that the ambition...

    Hindi, India, Languages of India 2081  Words | 6  Pages

  • Poetic Elements in Sandesakavya

    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 criticism of poetry developed here. New views emerged, several literary principles were explored and a series of schools of poetics came into existence. Sanskrit poetics is remarkably rich. Inasmuch as...

    India, Mahābhārata, Poetry 2144  Words | 6  Pages

  • History of Zero

    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 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 the Number 1, Eyes represents the Number 2, Indians were the First to introduce Base 10 system...

    0, Arabic numerals, Decimal 651  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indian Theatre

    Theatre is Sanskrit Theatre, which was constructed after the classical Greek and Roman Theatre. However, during the medieval rise of theatre in Europe, Sanskrit Theatre had its decline and lost its importance. Therefore, before it was able to prosper, it wasn’t even able to grow and was immediately shut down. When discussing about Sanskrit Theatre, Farley P. Richmond, Darius L. Swann, and Phillip B. Zarilli mentioned said, “On the eve of the reemergence of drama in medieval Europe, the Sanskrit drama...

    Bollywood, Cinema of India, History of theatre 1145  Words | 5  Pages

  • Jungle animals

    found surrounding rainforests. Jungles are home to a wide range of plants and animals. Over half of the world's species live in a jungle environment. Jungles are usually in warm places with high rainfall. The word ‘jungle’ comes from a Sanskrit word meaning ‘uncultivated land’. The saying “The Law of the Jungle” comes from Rudyard Kipling’s collection of stories called The Jungle Book, published in 1894. While lions have the nickname “The King of the Jungle” they typically live in...

    Akela, Mowgli, Rainforest 628  Words | 4  Pages

  • Incredible India

    contributions to Western philology. Panini, the Sanskrit grammarian, who lived between 750 and 500 BC, was the first to compose formal grammar through his Astadhyai. India invented the Number System. Zero was invented by Aryabhatta. The World's first university was established in Nalanda built in the 4th century BC was one of the greatest achievements of ancient India in the field of education. Sanskrit is the mother of all the European languages. Sanskrit is the most suitable language for computer...

    1st millennium, Centuries, India 904  Words | 3  Pages

  • India

    Takshila in 700 BC. Students from all over the World studied more than 60 subjects. The University of Nalanda built in the 4th century was one of the greatest achievements of ancient India in the field of education. Sanskrit is considered the mother of all higher languages. Sanskrit is the most precise, and therefore suitable language for computer software – a report in Forbes magazine, July 1987. Ayurveda is the earliest school of medicine known to humans. Charaka, the father of medicine consolidated...

    Hinduism, History of India, India 845  Words | 3  Pages

  • Grimm Laws

    German spirant stops f, ts, kh; hence, the correlation between Latin duo, English “two,” and modern German zwei (pronounced “tsvai”). Also, the originally voiced bh, dh, gh became the English voiced b, d, g and the Old High German p, t, k; compare Sanskrit bhárati, English “bear,” and the Upper German dialects of Old High German ki-peran (later standard German ge-bären). The Old High German examples show the second shift in addition to the first, which is seen in English. LINKS Related Articles ...

    Danish language, English language, German language 838  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rivers of Punjab

    Punjab | | | | Punjabi Names | Jhelum · Chenab · Ravi · Sutlej · Beas | | | | | Greek Names | Hydaspes · Acesines · Hydraotes · Hesidros · Hyphasis | | | | | Sanskrit Names | Vitasta · Ashikini · Parushani · Shatadru · Vipasa | | | Jehlum River or Jhelum River Urdu: دریاۓ جہلم (Shahmukhi),(Sanskrit: वितस्ता, Kashmiri: Vyeth, Hindi: झेलम, Punjabi: ਜੇਹਲਮ(Gurmukhi)) is a river that flows in India and Pakistan. It is the largest and most western of the five rivers of Punjab, and...

    Chenab River, Himachal Pradesh, Indus basin 941  Words | 3  Pages

  • RLG 208 notes week 1

    foundation for the religion as a whole. It encompasses a variet and number of different religious groups which hold some similarities but are very diverse. orientalism: how western scholars view the east Colonial British translate texts with Sanskrit scholars and make certain views/practices more important and dominant. Lex Loci Act 1845: establish british common law in India, property laws. Cast Disabilities Removal Act, 1850: enshrines religion in personal law (funeral laws, marriage)...

    Civilization, Hindu, Hinduism 680  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ethical Issues in Bhopal Gas Tregedy

    Javanese, Malay, Paiwan, Sundanese, 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: * Sinitic: Mandarin, Gan, Hakka, Min, Wu, Xiang, Yue * Tibeto-Burman: Tibetan, Burmese * Tai-Kadai: Lao, Thai * Turkic: Azeri, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Tatar, Turkish...

    Asia, Buddhism, Central Asia 1488  Words | 5  Pages

  • INDIAN LITERATURE

    classicial language,Sanskrit,.The Indian literary tradition is primarily one of verse and is also essentially oral. The earliest works were composed to be sung or recited and were so transmitted for many generations before being written down. As a result, the earliest records of a text may be later by several centuries than the conjectured date of its composition. Furthermore, perhaps because so much Indian literature is either religious or a reworking of familiar stories from the Sanskrit epics, the Ramayana...

    Hindi, India, Kannada language 2069  Words | 5  Pages

  • The History of British Education in India

    concern among some Company officials about being seen as foreign rulers. They argued that the Company should try to win over its subjects by outdoing the region's previous rulers in the support of indigenous learning. Guided by this belief, the Benares Sanskrit College was founded in Varanasi in 1791 during the administration of Lord Cornwallis. The promotion of knowledge of Asia had attracted scholars as well to the Company's service. Earlier, in 1784, the Asiatick Society had been founded in Calcutta...

    British Empire, British Raj, Company rule in India 1283  Words | 4  Pages

  • Natya sastra

    1 . Theatre Of India The earliest form of the theatre of India was the Sanskrit theatre. It began after the development of Greek and Roman theatre and before the development of theatre in other parts of Asia. It emerged sometime between the 2nd century BCE and the 1st century CE and flourished between the 1st century CE and the 10th In an attempt to re-assert indigenous values and ideas, village theatre was encouraged across the subcontinent, developing in a large number of regional languages...

    Bollywood, Cinema of India, India 2184  Words | 7  Pages

  • Educational Scheme by Government to Improve Education

    computer in schools is continue by Bhoj Open University. 7. SANSKRIT EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT SCHEMES:The scheme is launched by Govt. of India to develop Sanskrit Education in the country during 1998-99.The scheme aims to award the well learned in Kalidas Samaroh in which training of sanskrit teachers and various scholarships are included. In addition to the above aim the scheme aims to provide Grant in the form of salary of the teachers of Sanskrit primary schools as received by Govt. of India.Efforts are...

    College, Education, High school 973  Words | 3  Pages

  • Eastern Theatre Stagecraft

    are honored. India sanskrit: an ancient literary of India, highly educated. Sanscrit Drana: India's oldest greek tradition, between 200 bc and 100 AD flourished from 300-1000 AD during which hundreds of plays were written. Focused on spiritual themes, epic tales,... Specticle: decorated costumes and heavy make-up. Colors and stylization of the costumes represent different characters that the contemporary audiences would recognize. The Sanskrit stagecraft Sanskrit drama was once an elite...

    Audience, Hand puppet, Marionette 583  Words | 3  Pages

  • Arab

    Nizami Ganjavi. His work was considered to be one of the great classics of Persian poetry during the Timurid period in Transoxiana. He wrote primarily in Persian and Hindustani. He also wrote a war ballad in Punjabi. In addition, he spoke Arabic and Sanskrit. His poetry is still Ab'ul Hasan was a Sufi musician, poet and scholar. He was an iconic figure in the cultural history of the Indian subcontinent. He was a mystic and a spiritual disciple of Nizamuddin Auliya of Delhi. Amīr Khusrow has been reputed...

    India, Islam, Mysticism 1212  Words | 3  Pages

  • Gupta Empire and Golden Age

    Navaratnas Nauratan (Sanskrit dvigu nava-ratna- or "nine gems") was a term applied to a group of nine extraordinary people in a emperor's court in India. a group of literate and wise philosophers. ------------------------------------------------- In the court of Chandragupta II Nine gems during the reign of Chandragupta II * Kalidasa, the most notable among all of them. Chandragupta II The Great, very often referred to as Vikramaditya was one of the most powerful emperors of the Gupta...

    Chandragupta I, Chandragupta II, Ghatotkacha 812  Words | 3  Pages

  • Laguna Copper Plate

    Evangelista. in Laguna de Bay, in the metroplex of Manila, Philippines, the LCI has inscribed on it a date of Saka era 822, corresponding to April 21, 900 AD. It was written in the Kawi Script in a variety of Old Malay containing numerous loanwords from Sanskrit and a few non-Malay vocabulary elements whose origin is ambiguous between Old Javanese and Old Tagalog. The document releases its bearer, Namwaran, from a debt in gold amounting to 1 kati and 8 suwarnas (865 grams). The document mentions the places...

    Filipino language, History of the Philippines, Laguna Copperplate Inscription 2651  Words | 10  Pages

  • India Under Nehru View

    poetry, drama, novels, short stories and literary criticism, Indian literature has a tremendous variety to offer. Nearly every major Indian language has a rich tradition of literature. The earliest works of Indian literature were orally transmitted. Sanskrit literature begins with the Vedas collections of sacred hymns dating to the period 1500–1200 BCE. Those earliest works like the Vedas or Upanishads were composed to be sung or recited and were transmitted for many generations before being written...

    Hinduism, History of India, India 1951  Words | 5  Pages

  • Origins Of Theatre

    oldest form of theatre began in the second century B.C. They performed Sanskrit dance theatre. The most comprehensive study of theatre surviving from the ancient world, the Natyasastra, contains detailed analysis of Sanskrit dramatic texts, theatre building, acting, staging, music, gesture, dance, and even theatre-company organization (Cohen, 2014). Highly literary and poetic, the Sanskrit dramas had an elite audience in mind. Sanskrit is a highly-inflected, Indo-European language, related to classical...

    Drama, History of theatre, Kabuki 1912  Words | 7  Pages

  • India's Art & Culture

    contacts are still found in the art and architecture of these countries. The Southeast Asian countries formed a stronghold of Indian culture from the early centuries of the Christian era. The various Southeast Asian languages show strong influence of Sanskrit.  Many earlier kingdoms of these countries had adopted Hinduism as their religion, whose influence is perceptible even today. India presents a picture of unity in diversity to which history provides no parallel. There is complete harmony in...

    1st millennium, Centuries, Haryana 2007  Words | 6  Pages

  • “A COMPARATIVE CLINICAL STUDY ON THE THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF VAITARANA BASTI AND YOGARAJA GUGGULU IN AMAVATA W.S.R. TO RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS”

    edition,E-Book,2012,The Mcgraw-Hill companies INC.Chapter no 321 3. Chakrapanidata, Chakradatta, Dr. Indradeva Tripathi, Editor Ramanath Dwivedy, , chaukhambha Sanskrit sanstan, Varanasi 2010, P No 455. 4. Bhava prakasha,sri Bhavamishra with vidyotini Hindi Commentary,Editor Bhisagratna pandit sri Brahmasankar misra,Chaukambha Sanskrit bhawam varanashi,11th edition 2009,vol 2,p.no 277 5. Pandit sarngadhara acharya,sarngadara samhita,with Adamalla s dipika and kasiramas gudhartha,dipika commentary...

    Arthritis, Ayurveda, Charaka Samhita 1495  Words | 6  Pages

  • 12 Literary Piece

    the tale of troy. It narrates the story of the Greek struggle to rescue Helen, from Trojans, the wrath of Achilles and subsequent destruction of Troy. 2. Mahabharata by Vyasa (Sanskrit) - Mahabharata is one of the great Indian epic compiled around 8th century BC. This epic poem has about one lakh couplets in Sanskrit and it can be considered as the longest epic poem of the world. This ancient epic deals with the rivalry between cousins - Kauravas and Pandavas - of a great ruling family of India...

    Aeneid, Epic poetry, Homer 1679  Words | 5  Pages

  • Yoga and Body

    yogins. Students study under prolonged and careful guidance of the teacher, known as the guru. The first syllable “gu,” in Sanskrit means light; the second syllable, “ru” means light. A guru is a spiritual teacher who leads the pupil from darkness to light. Literally, yoga means “the union of mind and body.” In Sanskrit, the language of India, yoga means discipline. Many people in western countries practice some form of yoga exercise in hope of improving...

    Exercise, Hinduism, Meditation 907  Words | 3  Pages

  • Socio-Religious Movements in Maharastra and South-India (19th Century)

    Prarthana Samaj,  ( “Prayer Society” Sanskrit was used), (bombay) Hindu reform society established in Bombay in the 1860s. In purpose it is similar to, but not affiliated with, the more widespread Brahmo Samaj and had its greatest sphere of influence in and around India’s Mahārāshtra state. The aim of the society is the promulgation of theistic worship and social reform, and its early goals were opposition to the caste system, the introduction of widow remarriage, the encouragement of female education...

    Caste system in India, Hindi, Hinduism 975  Words | 4  Pages

  • English

    various religious disciplines enabled him to eventually become a profound scholar. During his lifetime, he witnessed the Ghaznavid and Ghurids rules in South Asia.[5] He became fluent in many languages including Persian, Turkish, Arabic, Sindhi and Sanskrit. His mysticism attracted people from all religions. He was called Lal (red) after his usual red attire, Shahbaz due to his noble and divine spirit, and Qalandar for his Sufi affilitation. Hindus regarded him as the incarnation of Bhrithari. Lal Shahbaz...

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