Chaitre mase Jagat Brahmaa sasarja prathame ahani Shukla pakshe samagram tu tatha Suryodaye sati pravarthayamasa tatha kaalasya Ganana mapi graham Brahma Purana On the Chaitra month Pratipada Tithi, Ravi Vaar (Sunday) at sunrise when every Graha was in Ashwani Nakshatra of Mesha Rashi at that time Brahma completed the creation of Srishti.
The literary enthusiasts were greeted with the news – the famous novelist Dr. SL Bhyrappa has been honoured with Padma Bhushan. It was a long pending recognition, denied all these years for his righteous writings and the firm beliefs that got reflected in his works. To understand Bhyrappa’s works, we
The Indian literary tradition in Sanskrit had long relied on poetry as a medium of revelations. The two greatest epics of Bharata, Ramayana and Mahabharata both constructed through poems. The names of the best-known poets of Kalidasa, Bharavi, Bana, and many others come to mind. The poetic expression has the
India, for a long time, has had an extraordinarily rich and deep-rooted scholarship in all domains. This has been passed down in an academically sensitized setup. Unfortunately, that class of scholarship is dwindling with generations passing by. Yet, we have a few exceptionally genuine scholars who have the scholarship in
A week ago, the media all over the world was taken by a storm of news that a Ph.D. scholar Rishi Rajpopat from Cambridge University has solved a 2500-year-old problem with Paninian grammar that had defeated the Sanskrit scholars all along according to the media reports. The news had become