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The Wonder that is Sanskrit

Sampadananda Mishra (Author) Vijay (Author)
Synopsis This book reveals the many wonders of Sanskrit as a living experience and has something for all - whether a scholar deeply immersed in it or someone who has had no previous contact with it. If I was asked what is the greatest treasure which India possesses and what is her finest heritage, I would answer unhesitatingly - it is the Sanskrit language and literature and all that it contains, said Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of free India. Sanskrit is indeed a beautiful and a wonderful language. Known as Devabhasha or the language of the gods, admired greatly by scholars from all over the world, its very name means refined or sculpted to perfection. We see here Sanskrit in its manifold aspects - the perfection of its grammar, some interesting and amazing creations which border on the unbelievable, and the charm and beauty of its poetry. We look at it as a source of upliftment and enlightenment, as a sacred medium for expressing the highest spiritual truths and experiences. We try to understand its importance for India and the world and how the Soul of India has expressed itself through it for centuries.
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Bibliographic information

Title The Wonder that is Sanskrit
Format Softcover
Date published: 11.09.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 1890206504
length 210p.