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Dictionary of Indian Epics

 
T. Rengarajan (Author)
Synopsis Readers will find a rich treasure in this work, Dictionary on Indian Epics, in the form of dialogue, and meaningful explanation.  The Dictionary covers all Epical characters in new approach. This may be first Dictionary to bring down certain new Dictionarial meaning for known and unknown characters.  The holy Ramayana, a masterpiece in Sanskrit classics of the great sage Valmiki, the Adikavi, is the first and foremost specimen of exquisite poetry.  The mahabharata is not just the story of a family going up in flames because of a feud but is also a storehouse of philosophy, ethics and law.  It has been a source of both entertainment and instruction.  While the main storyline speaks of the tragedy of was and the totality of destruction caused by it, woven in are stories, fables, legends and other narrative pieces that speak of love, compassion, forgiveness, humility by Veda Vyasa.  Readers’ will enjoys while reading this Dictionary with new interpretation, than any other contemporary Dictionaries.  The Dictionary covers Abhira, Aiksavakusm Angaraparana, Aruni, Austeiris, Dwaraka, Eclipse, Ekalaya, Flags, Gandhari, Gems, Hariscandra, Har-ki-doon, Horoscope, Idajila, Indra Prastha, Kalmasapada, Karma, Kanya, Kicaka, Krpa, Krsna Yajurveda, Loud Music, Mani-Ravana, Marica, Missiles, Pampa sarovara, Prthu, Puru, Puspakacar, Nimi, Nandini, Raksa Bandhana, Raksasa, Ramesvara, Rana, Ranachordasa, Sacrifice, Sambha, samudra Manthanam, Sardwan, Sarmistha, Son of Krsna, Vaidyanathesvara, Vimanas, Wax Palace.  This is first Dictionary to discuss on the said characters.  Each character is carefully examined and considered.  I have glanced through the important characters of the book and I feel inclined to take the view that the author’s thinking on the subject in its different aspects is clear, his present of arguments in precise and his simple and direct.  The discussion of the different characters is supported by a wealth of authorities consisting of the writings of writings of jurists and judgement both Ramayana and Mahabharata.  Readers will have different looks on the Dictionary on Indian Epics, important characters analyzed in different publisher and media.  The readers must have certain basic knowledge on Epical characters, before going through the dictionary, since the work were absorbed in different angle.  Certain Epical characters were viewed through Poetical from, because, the poem has it own ideology, when it is viewed.  Readers will enjoy in reading this dictionary not as Reference book, but a book of full Epical characterization.
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About the author

T. Rengarajan

Rengarajan, T. Son of Sri. A.S. Thiruamali was born in 1962, at Srivilliputur, Tamil Nadu. The author completed his graduation in Physics at Madura College, Madurai. He completed his Bachelor of Law from Sri Venkate-shvara Law College, Tirupathi. Different publishers in India published his 80 books. The books were mainly associated to Hindu Religion, some books covers in depth knowledge in Hindu Religion. The author name is under recommendation for different awards based on his works to Hinduism. They were Maharana Mewar award – Best Religious writers, Satish Goyal award-Upanisad-02, G.D. Birla award-Best Spiritual writers. The author’s name is specified in the Sahitya Academy ‘who’s who’ Indian writers. His name is also specified in the International Biblio-graphic writers in India, London and Asia. The author had received Best Spiritual writers – City Cultural Association, Madurai. The author is best social workers. He was Secretary of Public Grievance Redressing Society, which is Registered Body under Tamil Nadu Society Registration Act. He actively participated in the Social workers with respect to certain Government policies. The author was practising Advocate.

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Bibliographic information

Title Dictionary of Indian Epics
Author T. Rengarajan
Format Hardcover
Date published: 22.01.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8178541033
length vi+558p., 26cm.