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A Concise History of Vedic Literature

Bidyut Lata Ray (Author)
Synopsis The Vedic literature comprising of the four Vedas, the Samhitas, the Brahmanas, the Aranyakas, the Upanisads and the Sutras serves as the chief source of human knowledge in the most ancient period. It stands as the symbol of our rich cultural heritage. It provides us knowledge in diverse fields like language, literature, tradition, culture, history, sociology, geography, mythology, philosophy, religion, science and technology, phonetics, grammar, etc. Author, who has been teaching Sanskrit for last 27 years, has tried her best in this treatise to present a concise history of the Vedic literature from its inception to-date, in a more concrete and coherent manner. In the end, the significant works done on the history of Vedic and Sanskrit literature have been reviewed. The book can be used as a student's handbook in order to understand the subject within a short time.
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About the author

Bidyut Lata Ray

Bidyut Lata Ray (Ph.D) is a noted Sanskrit and scholars who has been researching on Sanskrit and teaching, the subject for over three decades. She has contributed a number of research papers and articles on Jagannatha cult, Vedic and Puranic studies to reputed journals, periodicals and felicitation volumes and published monographs on the subject. She has been conferred with an honorary appointment to the Professional Women’s Advisory Board and to Research Board of Advisors of the American Biographical Institute, Inc., Raleigh, North Carolina, USA.

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Title A Concise History of Vedic Literature
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Kant Publications
Language: English
isbn 8186218033
length 123p., References; Bibliograhy; Index; 23cm.