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Brahma sri Researches in archaeology, history, and culture in the new millennium : Dr. P.V. Parabrahma Sastry felicitation volume by

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Published by Sharada Pub. House in Delhi .
Written in English



  • India


  • India -- Civilization.

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Other titlesResearches in archaeology, history, and culture in the new millennium
Statementeditor, P. Chenna Reddy.
ContributionsParabrahma Sastry, P. V., Chenna Reddy, P. 1959-
LC ClassificationsDS423 .B747 2004
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. (L, 431 p.) :
Number of Pages431
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3331519M
ISBN 10818893416X
LC Control Number2004310284

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the discovery of a lost book inspired such unearthly exhilaration!) Intuiting the Brahma-samhita to be a “most valuable jewel,” He employed a scribe in hand-copying the manuscript and departed with the copy for His return journey to the north. Upon His return to Puri (Madhya-lila, Ch. 11), Sri Caitanya presented Brahma-samhita to. Director’s Note The commentary of Sri Vyasatirtha on Brahma Sutra Bhashya and Tattva Prakashika is only on the first two chapters of these great works. Sri Raghunathatirtha, who came as the tenth pontiff from the Legendary Sri Vyasatirtha, took up the next two chapters 3 and 4 on the lines of Sri Vyasatirtha to complete the work, calling his work Shesha Tatparya Chandrika, to the complete. Author and chronology. The Brahma Sūtras or Brahmasutra are attributed to Badarayana. In some texts, Badarayana is also called Vyasa, which literally means "one who arranges".. Bādarāyana was the Guru (teacher) of Jaimini, the latter credited with authoring Mimamsa Sutras of the Mimamsa school of Hindu philosophy. This is likely, given that both Badarayana and Jaimini quote each other as.   Collection of Late Pandit Samvit Prakash Dhar Sahib, Disciple Swami Lakshman Joo, 'Srividya Saparya Vasana Sri Brahma Vidya Vimarshini Sabha Series No. 6 - N Subramania Iyer' Addeddate

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