Ramopakhyana The Story of Rama in the Mahabharata

Author: Peter Scharf
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113684662X
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The most popular story in all of India and a classic of world literature is summarised in 728 verses in the great epic Mahabharata. Intended for independent study or classroom use for students of various levels who have had a basic introduction to Sanskrit, this fully annotated edition of the Ramopakhyana supplies all the information required for complete comprehension. It contains the Devanagari text, Roman transliteration, sandhi analysis, Sanskrit prose equivalents to the verses, syntactic and cultural notes, and the English translation, and word-by-word grammatical analysis.

R mop khy na

Author: Peter M. Scharf
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780700713905
Format: PDF
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The most popular story in all of India and a classic of world literature is summarised in 728 verses in the great epic Mahabharata. Intended for independent study or classroom use for students of various levels who have had a basic introduction to Sanskrit, this fully annotated edition of the Ramopakhyana supplies all the information required for complete comprehension. It contains the Devanagari text, Roman transliteration, sandhi analysis, Sanskrit prose equivalents to the verses, syntactic and cultural notes, and the English translation, and word-by-word grammatical analysis.

Mahabharata Book Three Volume 4

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Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814743633
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“Slender lady, I came out with you to gather fruit. I got a pain in my head and fell asleep in your lap. Then I saw a terrible darkness and a mighty person. If you know, then tell me - was it my dream? Or was what I saw real?” So speaks Satyavat, newly rescued from the god of death by Savitri, his faithful wife, at the heart of one of the best loved stories in Indian literature. This, and other well known narratives, including a version of Rama's story, bring the Forest Book of the great Sanskrit epic, the Maha·bhárata, to its compelling conclusion. Woven into the main narrative of the Pandavas’ exile, these disparate episodes indicate the range and poetic power of the Maha·bhárata as a whole—a power that has the potential to speak to common human concerns across cultures and centuries. “The Forest” is Book Three of the Maha·bhárata, “The Great Book of India.” This final quarter of the account of the Pándavas’ twelve-year exile in the forest contains four stirring stories that are among the best known in Indian literature. From a hero overcoming great odds, to a virtuous wife who rescues her family, and Indra tricking Karna, and Yudhi·shthira’s victory in the verbal contest with the tree spirit, these stories speak to common human concerns across cultures and centuries. Co-published by New York University Press and the JJC Foundation For more on this title and other titles in the Clay Sanskrit series, please visit http://www.claysanskritlibrary.org

Yanneh sti Na Tadkvacit

Author: T. S. Rukmani
Publisher:
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This Book, Which Is A Collection Of Essays By Reputed Scholars, Explores The Hermeneutics Of Dharma, Analyzes Different Characters From Many Perspectives, Revisits The Dating Of The Kurukshetra War Using The Latest Computer Technology, Discusses The Birth Of The Pandavas And The Kauravas In Modern Bioethical Terms Etc.

Sabda text and interpretation in Indian thought

Author: Kapil Kapoor
Publisher: Egully.com
ISBN:
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This Festschrift For Professor Kapil Kapoor Has 2 Parts - On Containing 14 Essays - The Other Relating To Ideas Which Has 7 Contributions - The Book Is An Attempt To Convey Something Of The Man And What He Stands For.