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Sanskrit literature was as good as internet for ancient India
In the historical poetry tradition, we have poets like Ashvaghosha, Mahendravarma, Bodhayana, Kalhana, Hemachandra, and Gangadevi. In the lyrical poetry tradition, we have Halashatavahana, Bhartrhari, Jayadeva, and Amaruka. Among those who wrote ...
Transplant this soul in that body
Over a thousand years ago, similar stories were told in India. Bodhayana's Bhagavadajjukam is one such tale. A farce written in classical Sanskrit, it tells the story of a holy man, or Bhagavada, and a courtesan, or Ajukka.
Ancient values in education hailed abroad, but called saffronisation in India ...
Tale of two villages
Great respect is shown by the rest to these Brahmins. There is a village paatashala, which teaches chanting of Vedas in the traditional way, especially Krishna Yajur Veda along with other ritualistic rites from Bodhayana sutras and Aabhasthamba sutras.
Theatrical expressions
Kavalam Narayana Panikkar's plays explore the modes of theatrical expression that are embedded in Natyashastra, the folk, tribal and performing arts, and the Sanskrit plays handed down by Bhasa, Kalidasa, Bhavabuti, Saktibhadra and Bodhayana which ...

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