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Vedic Studies- Journal of the School of Vedic Studies (Volume VII, 2019)

Vedic Studies- Journal of the School of Vedic Studies (Volume VII, 2019)
Item Code: NAZ224
Author: Bhaskarnath Bhattacharyya
Publisher: Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata
Language: English Text With Sanskrit Translations
Edition: 2019
Pages: 180
Other Details: 8.00 X 5.50 inch
weight of the book: 0.23 kg
About the Book
The School of Vedic Studies was established in 1989 in Rabindra Bharati University for propagation of Vedic Studies. The School may organize lectures, seminars and workshops, undertake research projects, help in doctoral and post doctoral research, collect and preserve manuscripts, and bring out journals and/ or other publications. A Post Graduate Diploma Course in Manuscriptology and Paleography sanctioned by University Grants Commission is going under the direct guidance of the School since 2012 to till date. All possible help will be extended to persons and institutions interested in Vedic Studies and co-operation will be thankfully acknowledge.

The School has its own building, a specialized library, good collection of manuscripts, rare books, computer laboratory with modern equipments, Vedic museum with sacrificial implements, audio/video cassettes/CDs/VCDs, etc. containing Vedic recitations of the different sakhas of five Vedas.

In Indian Sanskrit Literature there is a brilliant axiom sreyamsi bahuvighnani - which befits me at this moment of writing the preface of this journal. Still it gives me satisfaction that after a long tug of war between the printing press and the school our journal Vedic Studies - Vol. VII is now going to see the light of the day. I believe that it is better to have only a cake in time than to have a basket of fruits belatedly, but I also suppose to consider that it is better to be a head of a dog than to be a tail of lion. So I do regret the delay in publishing this volume because of some unwilling inescapable circumstances, but still I enjoy some pleasure of arrangement.

of Gangadhara Pathaka among Commentators of the Sulbast7tras . Prof. Soma Basu summed up her view on the concept of marriage and its forms from ancient Indian perspective. At the last part of the journal there are two book reviews by Prof. Samiran Chandra Chakrabarti of which one is Maharashtri: Grammatischer Abriss and Worterbuch by Klaus Mylius and the other is A Collection from Sankaras Commentaries on the Prasthanatraya by Swami Kritarthananda.

I am very much appreciative to the contributors of this volume. I thankfully admit the valuable assistance rendered by Prof. Soma Basu and the existing research assistants Smt. Ranu Ghosh and Smt. Ishita Chakrabarti of the School as well. I am extremely grateful to Prof. Samiran Chandra Chakrabarti for his kind guidance in matters relating to editorial works. Thanks are also due to the authority of the University for administrative and financial approval.

I crave indulgence for the printing mistakes that may still remain.

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