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Brahma-Saraswati

 
Ashish Khokar (Author) S. Saraswati (Author)
Synopsis

'Brahma is the Creator but sound vibrations, which emanate from his counterpart Saraswati, initiate creation. Creation began with the Word. Brahma and Saraswati created the premier sound AUM.

Brahma-Saraswati is a book about Lord Brahma and Goddess Saraswati, two of the major deities of the Hindu religious tradition. Lord Brahma is considered to be the first member of the Hindu Trinity of Gods and his principle function is creation. In the homes of devotees, Goddess Saraswati is venerated as the Goddess of Learning. Apart from tracing the evolution of the husband-wife team of Brahma and Saraswati, the book discusses the main traditions of their worship, the Puranas, the concept and iconography of the two gods, thereby lending interesting sidelights to the cult of Brahma-Saraswati.

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About the author

Ashish Khokar

Late Prof. Mohan Khokar pioneered dance documentation and is hailed as India’s finest scholar on dance with many definitive books; several special issues of Marg he guest-edited and photos and films he documented in a 70 year long career. He contributed significantly to our understanding of dance in its totality He was the first male student of Kalakshetra from north (1945-48); first head of the Dance Dept. of M.S. Univ. Baroda (1949-63), and the first Special Officer for Dance in Education Ministry placed at the Sangeet Natak Akademi for 18 years (1964- 82)— last five as its Officiating Secretary. He pioneered many new festivals like Akademi’s Young Dancers Festival (1968 onwards), the Ballet Festival (1976 onwards) and helped save Chhau and Koodiyattam. He developed teaching courses in the universities and also looked after dance recitals for Heads of State guests at the President’s House. Widely read and travelled, his writings and books on Indian dance and its history have been respected as definitive. He created India’s largest Dance Collection named after him and left it in care of his third son, Ashish Khokar. Between two Khokars, 100 years of Indian dance history is saved and served.

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Bibliographic information

Title Brahma-Saraswati
Format Softcover
Date published: 31.12.2005
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher Rupa & Co.
Language: English
isbn 8129107899
length 50p., 6 B/W Figures; 7.6" X 4.9