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Title: An Analytical Study of Kerala Sanskrit Writings in Post Independence Phase
Researcher: Shamla.C.M
Guide(s): Muralidharan .V.R.
Keywords: Kerala sanskrit writings
Sanskrit in Media
Sanskrit Sahitya
Translations Malayalam to Sanskrit
University: Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit
Completed Date: 2016
Abstract: Sanskrit universally accepted as one among the oldest and the newlinegreatest languages in the whole world remains to be the basic newlinefoundation of the cultural tradition of India The volume of newlineliterature written in Sanskrit as well as nourished with the help newlineof Sanskrit are revealing the greatness of this language even newlinetoday Sanskrit has a tradition in which Vedic literature newlinephilosophical works well as astronomical research newlinemathematical and economic texts the oldest theatre based on newlineNatyasastra and the like are emerged and become popular newline
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/165089
Appears in Departments:Department of Sanskrit Sahitya

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