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- The Charyapada
- The Charyapada. Mystic Poems of Eighth Century India. Charyapada 1.
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- known as Charyapada which were esoteric and spiritual in content.
- b) Charya Pada: dealing with the actual worship rituals daily and occasionally and prayaschittas. c) Yoga Pada: dealing with Astanga Yoga.
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- 'Charyapada: Mahakaler Sarathi' Departmental Journal , July 2009. 5.
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- Firstly, Bangla can be traced back to Charyapada dated 10th century which makes it one among the very few of the most ancient languages that are still thriving today.
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- Charyapada the earliest extant Bangla poems, also known as Charyagiti and dating back to at least the 9th century.
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- Charyapada - Description: The Charyapada is a collection of 8th-12th century Being caryagiti (songs of realization), the Charyapada were intended to be sung.
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- ১ রাগ [ পটমঞ্জরী ], চর্যাপদ, লুইপাদানাম্. ২ রাগ গবড়া, চর্যাপদ, কুক্কুরীপাদানাম্. ৩ - রাগ গবড়া, চর্যাপদ, বিরুবাপাদানাম্.
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