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Dear scholars, My apologies for cross posting. I was looking for a Sanskrit word for the ubiquitous and indigenous squirrel. Apte's dic gives the following words:काष्टमार्जाल, वृक्षशायिका, चमरपुच्छ I could not locate these words in Amarakosha. I would be obliged for any information about
The first ‘written’ zero in the world. It is now generally accepted that the present number system with its digits from 1 to 9, the digit 0, and the place value system, all of which tamed the infinity of numbers and made calculations with them easy, was a gift to the world of unknown Hindu
A golden opportunity for Students to learn samskritam.Samskrita bharati facilitates students who have completed their 10th standard or 12t standard to pursue Samskrita courses. Their boarding and lodging facilities will be taken care by Samskrita bharati.They should stay in our premises. An
---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: P.R. KANNAN Date: 13 March 2017 at 19:56 Subject: Vaidikamantra Kalpalata To: *An article published by Sri Kanchi Kamakoti Peetham in the latest issue of DILIP is attached.* *DHYANA SLOKAS of various deities from Vaidikama
Namaste, In response to Samskrita bharati's *VaanaprasthaSeva*- a clarion call for volunteering fulltime Samskrita Prachar, there was an overwhelming response - about 45 people came forward. A 5-days orientation is organized 13-17March(Mon-Friday10 -12.30pm) @Samskrita Bharati, "Seva" 56,
Hari Om, I'm looking for an authentic version of Bhaja Govindam to learn to chant. Preferably on YouTube. Since there are so many version and variations I don't know which one is most authentic? Any suggestions?
Dear group, I noticed that some versions of Gita are broken down specifically for chanting into 4 parts. This makes it quite easy to define each break. But I also know that people read the original text and do the break down in their head. Please see two examples attached. Other than it
Dear Group, The above phrase is commonly used in Indian vernaculars to describe an endeavor that is jinxed at the very start. I would like to know the Sanskrit source of it. Is it possible that the original phrase was not प्रथमग्रासे मक्षिकापात: but प्रथमग्रासेन मक्षिकापात:? The second
Will Scientific Sanskrit add these missing ॅ ॉ -> ă ŏ sounds? gadgets channel gæʤəts ʧænəl găjaʈs chănal गॅजट्स चॅनल package sports gallery bank happening hangout adult pækɪʤ spɔrts ˈgæləri bæŋk ˈˈhæpənɪŋ ˈ
---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Summerschool CIF-CU Date: 3 March 2017 at 18:08 Subject: Vyasa Valmiki Kalidasa - Summer School 2017 To: Respected Sir/ Madam, Greetings from Chinmaya International Foundation (CIF). Chinmaya International Foundation
Dear All Prof. Knuth well known mathematician and an authority on Algorithmics talks of contributions of Rudrata, Ratnakara, Bhoja, Vedantadesika and Someshwara to the Chess knight's problem in a lecture he delivered in Stanford on Hamiltonian Paths and Circuits. Those interested may view:
Hari Om Group Based on the recent discussion of Dr. Pushpa Dikshit's method of teaching Ashtadhyayi a questions came to mind. If her method is so much faster and better and also widely recognized why do many institution continue more traditional teaching methods as starting with Laghu
Hari Om group, Anyone is familiar here with Vyoma Labs? Could anyone listen to a bit of their chanting and tell you opinion? https://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/VariousArtists12647 Vivek
Pradakshina means towards right. antonymn is apradakshina that does not mean towards left. can we say pravaamam to mean towards left?
Hari Om, Anyone familiar wih Dr. Pushpa Dikshit and her method of teaching and having the student absorb the entire Ashtadhyayi in 6 months? A practice that traditionally takes 12 years. https://sites.google.com/site/pushpadikshit1/works
My friend Vivek asked me this question, and I have the same doubt: I have a doubt regarding Anuswara. If it is on front of any of the following letters does it take on the nasal sound based on the mouth position or does at always become an “M” in these cases? य र ल व श ष स ह Is anyone
नमस्ते ! It came to mind that the setting of the 25 stories of Vikram and Vetal just makes good explanation of गीता १४'९. You may like to read this post < https://study1geetaa2sanskrit.wordpress.com/category/vikram-vetal-and-%E0%A5%A7%E0%A5%AA%E0%A5%AF/> . Critical comments are solicited.