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Myths from the Mahabharata: Probe in Early Dim History and Folklore (Volume 3)

 
Sadashiv Ambadas Dange (Author)
Synopsis The book forms the third and final part of the plan of studying the Mahabharata, , from a different point of view, Vol. 1 being -Myths from the Mahabharata - Quest for Immortality, Vol. 2 being -Myths from the Mahabharata - Study in Patterns and Symbols. In this volume are unearthed through myths some iti-ha-dsa records, which shed light on the facts and incidents of the hoary past, as yet shrouded in mystery. The iti-ha-dsa records through myths, such as those gathered round the sage Agastya and those of the advent of the river Gahga, can be taken as breathing the 'true history' from the modern day point of view. Some iti-ha-dsa records in the Mahdbhdrata as seen through the tales of "Metamorphosis" and the "Miscellaneous Tales" lead us to the study of 'patterns' and are a help to explain many a myth. The Appendices serve as searchlight on some myths and folktales.
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About the author

Sadashiv Ambadas Dange

Dr. Sadashiv Ambadas Dange is a well known figure in the field of Indology in India and outside India. He is author of over ten books and recipient of various academic awards, which include two State Awards of the Maharashtra State for his two books and three awards for one book. The Asiatic Society of Bombay, honoured him by giving the Society’s Silver Medal (1983) for outstanding contribution to the study of Indology. He was National Lecture (1980-81) and was the President of the Vedic Section of the All India Oriental Conference twice – Shantiniketan, 1980 and Ahmedabad, 1985. He is currently an office-bearer of the said organization. Having retired as a R.G. Bhandarkar Professor and Head of the Department of Sanskrit of the University of Bombay (1982), he continues to be the Editor of the Indian Section for the Journal of Ultimate Reality and Meaning (Toronto, Canada).

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Title Myths from the Mahabharata: Probe in Early Dim History and Folklore (Volume 3)
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8173052166
length xxxiv+266p., Appendix; Bibliography; Index.