2 edition of Ramayana-triveni found in the catalog.
|Statement||by V. Raghavan. With a foreword by K. Balasubramania Aiyar.|
|LC Classifications||PK3661 .R25|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 69, iii p.|
|Number of Pages||69|
|LC Control Number||70924494|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Raghavan, V. Ramayana-triveni book, Ramayana-triveni. Madras, Ramayana Pub. House, (OCoLC) Highly proficient in Sanskrit, he made a deep study of Sanskrit Literature and Philosophy.
Preface In connection with the Birth Centenary of Sri K. Chandrasekharan, the Samskrita academy feels highly privileged to bring out a reprint of the book “Ramayana-Triveni” written by him and published in Foreword It gives me great pleasure to place before the elite audience, the book on Ramayana: in classical Sanskrit and Prakrt Mahakavya Literature by Dr.
Raghavan. This topic was a series of lectures delivered by the eminent professor under Prof. P.D. Gune’s Endowment at the University of Poona in These lectures are based on an analysis of the contents of the classical Sanskrit. Ramayana Triveni – An Introduction to Indian Poetics – Prataparudriya of Vidyanatha with Ratnapana of Kumarasvamin – Subrahmanya Bhujanga Stotra (English Translation) – Sri Kamaksi Matrka Stava – The Concept of Culture – Malayamaruta-II – Notable mentions about this very Ghat can be found in the Puranas and epics like Mahabharata and Ramayana.
Triveni Ghat is the confluence of three holy rivers which are Hiran, Kapil and Saraswati (A legendary river mentioned in many Hindu scriptures but dried up centuries ago). Check out where to stay in Somnath and book an accommodation of /5.
The key event at the start of the Sanskrit Ramayana attributed to Valmiki is the death of a bird at the hands of a hunter. In Sanskrit, that bird is termed krauñca.
Various identifications have been offered in the past but uncertainty persists. Focusing on the text of the critical edition and drawing on ornithological data regarding the birds commonly suggested, this article establishes Cited by: Modern Mind.
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