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|Other titles||Paśupakṣisāmrājya-sahastralakṣmīḥ, Fauna, animal and bird kingdom in Sanskrit literature|
|Statement||editor, Abha Kulshreshtha ; [principal investigators & editors, Sushma Kulshreshtha, Jagdish Sahai].|
|Series||Kalidas Academy of Sanskrit, Music & Fine Arts series -- no. 13|
|Contributions||Kulashreshtha, Abha, 1952-, Kulaśreshṭha, Sushamā, 1945-, Kulaśreshṭha, Jagadīśa Sahāya, 1922-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 396 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||396|
Categories in "Books" Hindu Tantra Regional Languages Performing Arts Language and Literature Hindi History Buddhist Astrology Art and Architecture Ayurveda Philosophy Yoga. About this book. Language: English. Animals and Birds in Sanskrit Literature is an outcome of a National seminar organized by the Sanskrit Department of Mumbai Univeristy in September on Mrgapaksisastra: A Scientific and Literary Study. In addition to the papers presented in the seminar few more were invited from scholars. Sharabha is a part-lion and part-bird beast in Hindu mythology, who, according to Sanskrit literature, is eight-legged and more powerful than a lion or an elephant, possessing the ability to clear a valley in one jump. Demigods, Demons and Spirits Abhutarajas. A class of 10 gods of the Raivata Manvantara, the 5th. It is also called Abhutarayas. From the Jacket: In his monumental research in ancient Sanskrit literature, the author has restored gaps in lexicons, and removed doubts in the later Sanskrit works about the identity of a very large number of birds of the Indian sub-continent. The ancient sages of India were great lovers of nature, with keen powers of observations and an extraordinary sensitivity about animal behaviors.
Books > Language and Literature > हिन्दी साहित्य > संस्कृत साहित्य कोश: Encyclopedia of Sanskrit Literature Pages from the book by डा. In his monumental research in ancient sanskrit literature the author has restored gaps in lexicons and removed doubts in the later sanskrit works about the identity of a very large number of birds of the Indian sub-continent. The ancient sages of India were great lovers of nature with keen powers of observation and an extraordinary sensitivity about aninal behaviour.5/5(3). Animals and Birds in Sanskrit Literature / Mahulikar, Gauri: Anubhutiprakasah of Vidyaranyamuni: With Vivrti commentary by Kashi Nath Sharma, edited by Pt. Fauna: Animal and Bird Kingdom in Sanskrit Literature / Kulshreshtha, Abha (Dr.) Figures of Speech in the Mahabharata / Narang, Saroj: Flora and Plant Kingdom in Sanskrit. Animals and Birds in Sanskrit Literature is an outcome of a National seminar organized by the Sanskrit Department of Mumbai Univeristy in September on Mrgapaksisastra: A Scientific and Literary Study. The classical period of Sanskrit literature dates to the Gupta period and the successive pre-Islamic Middle kingdoms of India.
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