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Daily LIVE Rukmini Kalyanam Pravachanams by Sriman U.Ve. Dr. T.K.V. Raghavan Garu

Pravachanam News - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 17:59

Dear Bandhu,

We hope that you are all able to spare your available time spiritual growth everyday by listening to valuable pravachanams.

We are starting New Pravachanam called Rukmini Kalyanam.  

We are very fortunate to have this pravachanam by Sriman Dr. T.K.V. Raghavan Garu  from January 15th, 2018 - (7.00 PM CST ).

Don't miss the opportunity.

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About the Speaker:

Famed as "Pravachana Vachaspati", "Abhinava Vyasa", and "Upanyasa Siromani", Dr.T.K.V. Raghavan Garu has been giving discourses since 1986. He has learned Ubhaya Vedanta from Sriman Maringanti Srirangacharya Swami and the Puranas from Sriman Kandadai Ramanujacharya Swami, and additionally, from the works of NC Raghunathacharya Swami, Gopalacharya Swami, Sri Bhashyam Appalacharya Swami and Brahma Sri Malladi Chandrasekhara Sastry. He is known for inspiring youth and speaking on any Vedic topic by bringing out relevance to the modern context. He has worked on texts such as Sri Lakshmi Ashtottaram, Purusha Suktam, Venkateshwara Suprabhatam, Bhagavat Kalyanamulu and Sri Krishna Rayabharam, and appears on shows in TV channels including Bhakti, SVBC, DD, ETV, and TV-5.

Speaker Sample Pravachanam Links:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsRjzxqOu3U

http://pravachanam.com/pravachanambrowselist2/586/all/20

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From January 15th, 2018 

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Thirst - tRSita

Sanskrit-iz-ed Words - Sat, 01/13/2018 - 08:27
tRSitah has Cerberal Sibiliant Vowel R and means "thirsty".

We see loss of Cereberal and conversion to Dental "t" and semivowel "r".

Then there is aspiration of "t".
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Teaching Faculty in Coaching Institute for Hindi and Sanskrit. - Amrita Global Institute - Noida, Uttar Pradesh

Sanskrit Jobs - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 17:31
Faculty required having knowledge in hindi and sanskrit of Govt. Exam and NET examination level for coaching institute in noida.... ₹10,000 - ₹12,000 a month
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TGT - SOS Hermann Gmeiner School Bhimtal - Nainital, Uttarakhand

Sanskrit Jobs - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 15:42
Profile : Hindi And Sanskrit Eligibility : Post Graduate in the subject & B.Ed. Description : Fluency in spoken English is an essential requirement for all...
From SOS Hermann Gmeiner School Bhimtal - Fri, 12 Jan 2018 10:12:31 GMT - View all Nainital, Uttarakhand jobs
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SRI GODA AND SRI RADHA

VEDVIKAS - Thu, 01/11/2018 - 17:42
SrI RAdhA is MahAlakshmI in the form of NIlA DevI. She is worshipped with intense prema bhakti bhAva by AzhvArs and AndAl (GodA) as Nappinnai. She is also fondly adored as Pinnai. Pinnai MaNAlan is verily RAdhA Vallabha.Along with chanting of TiruppAvai , chanting of SrI RAdhA KrupA katAksha Stava helps one to gain the ecstatic bliss of Krishna katAksha and His divine association.
SrIgovindapriyAm rAjnIm vrndAvana manoharIm !KrpAsvarUpiNIm divyAM rAdhA devIm namAmyaham !!
I offer my respectful obeisances to the Goddess Sri Radha Devi, Sri Krishna’s beloved Queen, the source of the beauty of Brindavan, who is auspicious and is the personification of  mercy.
SrIrAdhikAkrpApAtrAm vishNucittasutAm sudhAm !SrIkrshNapremamagnAm tAm godA devIm namAmyaham !!
I offer my respectful obeisances to SrI Goda DevI (AndAl) who is blessed by SrI RAdhA DevI (in the form of NIla DevI), the nectar like daughter of SrI Vishnu citta (PeriyAzhvAr), immersed in Sri Krishna Prema Bhakti.
Songs:Sri Radha Krupa Kataksha Stava Raja Stotramhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGFMOC-gua4&feature=channel
Sri Krishna  Krupa Kataksha  Stava Raja Stotramhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5JGqtIbrH8&feature=channel
Barsane Wali Radhehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uh_3wRRbg7c&feature=channel
Paramadhan Radhehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1Y2dInVlLc&feature=channel  जय जय श्रीराधे 
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Director - Osmania University - Hyderabad, Telangana

Sanskrit Jobs - Thu, 01/11/2018 - 14:07
Ability to teach through the medium of Sanskrit and guide students for researchii. Chairman, Management Committee, Sanskrit Academy (Adarsh Shodha Sansthan),... ₹37,400 - ₹67,000 a month
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Comb - kaNg

Sanskrit-iz-ed Words - Thu, 01/11/2018 - 08:11
Comb is Sanskrit kaNg.

The guttural nasal became labial nasal in english.

"C" has many sounds and one sound is guttural "k".
"a" became "au" or "o", a very common mistake done by even Indians like Bengalis.

Guttural "g" became labial "b".
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Hiring Hindi Teacher For Cuddalore Edify School - Edify School Cuddalore - Cuddalore, Tamil Nadu

Sanskrit Jobs - Wed, 01/10/2018 - 15:39
*_We are hiring PRT , TGT & Fine Arts Teachers_ : -* * Hinds /Sanskrit * Art / Music / Dance * French Teacher _We need_ : \*\* * B.ED qualification is must...
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PRT/TGT - The Learning Field 'A Global School' - Moga, Punjab

Sanskrit Jobs - Mon, 01/08/2018 - 22:37
Maths, Science, Social Studies, English, Hindi, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Computer Science*. PRT:....
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Bath - baaD

Sanskrit-iz-ed Words - Thu, 01/04/2018 - 21:02
Both mean the same.
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Stump - स्तम्

Sanskrit-iz-ed Words - Thu, 01/04/2018 - 19:54

Stump means:
Stump (cricket), one of three small wooden posts which the fielding team attempt to hit with the ball,
A rare tumour of the uterine smooth muscle or prostatic stroma,
Stump (drawing), an artists' drawing tool made of rolled paperTree stump, the rooted remains of a felled tree, and
The remains of a limb after amputation.

Basically it means to "disturb" something from its normal position.

स्तम, to disturb.
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Song - Sangeet

Sanskrit-iz-ed Words - Thu, 01/04/2018 - 11:44
Sangeet is Music and made of two words, "sam" and "giit" .

Yet another pointer that the English people picked up the "sang"
 sound for a part of music which is singing,

Here "sam" means Sum All.
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PGT Sanskrit - Selection Search - Noida, Uttar Pradesh

Sanskrit Jobs - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 16:45
*Job Summary* PGT Sanskrit *Qualifications and Skills* Must have MA & BA in Sanskrit Able to speak in English as hiring for international school. Job Type... ₹5,00,000 - ₹9,00,000 a year
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[Government] Professor (Sanskrit) - University of Hyderabad - Hyderabad, Telangana

Sanskrit Jobs - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 03:34
University of Hyderabad has published a notification for the recruitment of Professors, Associate Professors, Assistant Professor vacancies. Eligible Indian... ₹37,400 - ₹67,000 a year
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Assistant Professor - Central University of Tamil Nadu - Thiruvarur, Tamil Nadu

Sanskrit Jobs - Tue, 01/02/2018 - 14:01
Computer Science -01, Media and Mass Communication -01, Applied Psychology - 02, Sanskrit -01, Mathematics -012. Central University of Tamil Nadu Jobs 2018:.... ₹45,000 a year
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PGT Hindi & Sanskrit, PGT Maths, PGT English, Mother Teacher, Accountant - Delhi Public World School - Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh

Sanskrit Jobs - Sat, 12/30/2017 - 19:27
The candidate will be responsible for handling the subject and display extra ordinary teaching skills using age appropriate teaching aids. The candidate...
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Hindi Officer - Inland Waterways Authority of India - Noida, Uttar Pradesh

Sanskrit Jobs - Sat, 12/30/2017 - 17:30
I) Knowledge of Sanskrit or a modern Indian Language. Inland Waterways Authority of India invites applications from Indian nationals working in offices for... ₹15,600 - ₹39,100 a month
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Andrey Zaliznyak, Sanskrit Scholar par excellence passed away !

I just got today Dec. 30, 2017, from Phd. Marcis Gasuns,  an obituary to Late Andrey Zaliznyak, Sanskrit Scholar par excellence. Do we in India know that Sanskrit is being studied in Russia, so passionately and so scholarly ? Certainly it is a great loss for the World of Sanskrit ! May the soul rest in peace !

Sad news coming from Russia lately. Yesterday in Moscow Andrey Zaliznyak at age 83 was buried. If there is one man in XX century linguistics (who taught Sanskrit as well in Moscow State University

for more than 50 years from time to time, mixing it with Old Persian, Arabic and Old Church Slavonic) whom I can compare to Panini, it is he. He learned Sanskrit from Renou in Paris. His article on classification of verbal roots (1975) is still outstanding and there is nothing of that kind written in French, German or English – before or after. It takes Whitney and reclassifies his Sanskrit Roots in a logical way, adding meta-data, but typographically, instead of Panini’s letter-anubandhas.
His biggest work in field of Sanskrit, “Outline of Sanskrit Grammar” (1st. ed. 1978), reprinted 5 times, continues the structuralist approach. It’s similar to

Mayrhofer, Manfred. SanskritGrammatik mit sprachvergleichenden Erläuterungen. Series:Sammlung Göschen

but goes beyond and adds classification in which exclusions become part of the rule, something I’ve not seen for last 2500 years in India. In 2015 I printed his “A Brief Outline of Sanskrit Grammar”, that was circulating widely since 2004 as a 10-page handout. To understand it one needs to have brain an patience, a rare combination nowadays.

Zaliznyak is mostly known as the man who reopened the Russian language, reading for the first time the 1000 years old birch bark letters. But for me, he remains to be my teacher of Sanskrit and it’s a pity that the level reached in research of Sanskrit has not gone outside Russia. I’ve read tens and hundreds of manuals, textbooks and readers on Sanskrit. But only Panini is above Zaliznyak. But I never visited Pakistan, so we did not met before. On the West only George Cardona comes close. A month before his best colleague, Ivanov died. Ivanov’s book “Sanskrit. Moscow: Nauka Pub. House, Central Dept. of Oriental Literature, 1968” was lately still quoted by Peter Scharf, Cardona’s most talented pupil. So in just 2 months, we have lost 2 of the most outstanding Russian Sanskrit scholars. From the old school, only Vera Kochergina (in her 93 years) remains the last keeper of fire in Moscow (and Russia). We’ve become deserted. Let me quote a memory of one of the students at that time:

Then came the undergraduate courses. The first one was Sanskrit. We get a handout. Seven pages. Half a page for the writing system. The rest of it was *all* of the grammar, and a list of roots. What are we meant to do? ‘Here is a stanza from the Mahabharata. Go.’ And we did. Oh boy we did. It was magic, again, but now week in and week out. Did I become a Sanskritologist? Of course I didn’t. Was I able to construct, in a few hours, a data set for my phonology exam this year, more than ten years later, still using that handout? Yes I was.

Photos were taken by me in 2014 and 2016: http://samskrtam.ru/zaliznyak/ Please let me know if there is a printed journal on Sanskrit where I could print my Obituary.
I did not do it for Elizarenkova. So give me a chance to do it for Zaliznyak, if you can. PhD. Mārcis Gasūns,
Krasnodar, Russia
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Andrey Zaliznyak, Sanskrit Scholar par excellence passed away !

I just got today Dec. 30, 2017, from Phd. Marcis Gasuns,  an obituary to Late Andrey Zaliznyak, Sanskrit Scholar par excellence. Do we in India know that Sanskrit is being studied in Russia, so passionately and so scholarly ? Certainly it is a great loss for the World of Sanskrit ! May the soul rest in peace !

Sad news coming from Russia lately. Yesterday in Moscow Andrey Zaliznyak at age 83 was buried. If there is one man in XX century linguistics (who taught Sanskrit as well in Moscow State University

for more than 50 years from time to time, mixing it with Old Persian, Arabic and Old Church Slavonic) whom I can compare to Panini, it is he. He learned Sanskrit from Renou in Paris. His article on classification of verbal roots (1975) is still outstanding and there is nothing of that kind written in French, German or English – before or after. It takes Whitney and reclassifies his Sanskrit Roots in a logical way, adding meta-data, but typographically, instead of Panini’s letter-anubandhas.
His biggest work in field of Sanskrit, “Outline of Sanskrit Grammar” (1st. ed. 1978), reprinted 5 times, continues the structuralist approach. It’s similar to

Mayrhofer, Manfred. SanskritGrammatik mit sprachvergleichenden Erläuterungen. Series:Sammlung Göschen

but goes beyond and adds classification in which exclusions become part of the rule, something I’ve not seen for last 2500 years in India. In 2015 I printed his “A Brief Outline of Sanskrit Grammar”, that was circulating widely since 2004 as a 10-page handout. To understand it one needs to have brain an patience, a rare combination nowadays.

Zaliznyak is mostly known as the man who reopened the Russian language, reading for the first time the 1000 years old birch bark letters. But for me, he remains to be my teacher of Sanskrit and it’s a pity that the level reached in research of Sanskrit has not gone outside Russia. I’ve read tens and hundreds of manuals, textbooks and readers on Sanskrit. But only Panini is above Zaliznyak. But I never visited Pakistan, so we did not met before. On the West only George Cardona comes close. A month before his best colleague, Ivanov died. Ivanov’s book “Sanskrit. Moscow: Nauka Pub. House, Central Dept. of Oriental Literature, 1968” was lately still quoted by Peter Scharf, Cardona’s most talented pupil. So in just 2 months, we have lost 2 of the most outstanding Russian Sanskrit scholars. From the old school, only Vera Kochergina (in her 93 years) remains the last keeper of fire in Moscow (and Russia). We’ve become deserted. Let me quote a memory of one of the students at that time:

Then came the undergraduate courses. The first one was Sanskrit. We get a handout. Seven pages. Half a page for the writing system. The rest of it was *all* of the grammar, and a list of roots. What are we meant to do? ‘Here is a stanza from the Mahabharata. Go.’ And we did. Oh boy we did. It was magic, again, but now week in and week out. Did I become a Sanskritologist? Of course I didn’t. Was I able to construct, in a few hours, a data set for my phonology exam this year, more than ten years later, still using that handout? Yes I was.

Photos were taken by me in 2014 and 2016: http://samskrtam.ru/zaliznyak/ Please let me know if there is a printed journal on Sanskrit where I could print my Obituary.
I did not do it for Elizarenkova. So give me a chance to do it for Zaliznyak, if you can. PhD. Mārcis Gasūns,
Krasnodar, Russia
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