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Jagadvachanavaahinee is an anthology of ‘vachanas’, thought provoking quotations in Sanskrit prose, composed by Sanskrit poet S. Jagannatha of Mysore. The author has composed the vachanas in imitation of the well known vachanas in Kannada mystic literature. जगन्नाथकवेः इयं नवीना कृतिः जगद्वचनवाहिनी वचनवाङ्ग्मयमिति कन्नडभाषायां प्रसिद्धस्य क्वाचित्केनाकृत्यनुकरणेन सृष्टानां वाक्यानां संकलनम्। प्रतिवचनं वचनकाराणां वास्तविकमभिधानमाहोस्वित् स्वयं सृष्टं नाम […]

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Complete works of Pandit Jibananda Vidyasagara Bhattacharya consist of around 200 texts – some of these were originally written by him while some others were commented, edited and published by him. They cover a wide range of subjects like Vedic literature, Puranas, Tantras, Mimamsa, Nyaya, Vaiseshika, Sankhya, Yoga, Sanskirt Kavyas, Vyakarana, etc. A Short Biographical […]

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Niti-Sara is a collection of Subhashitas from Sanskrit literature. The Subhashitas are Sanskrit verses that are full of wit and wisdom. Neeti or Niti is art of doing the right action at right time and place. This booklet is an English translation of a small booklet in Malayalam which has been in use in Kerala […]

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Vidura Niti comprises of maxims of Vidura on “right conduct” in the form of a dialogue with King Dhritarashtra. This text, containing more than 500 slokas, is found in chapters 33 to 40 of Udyoga Parva of Maha Bharata of Sage Vyasa. DOWNLOAD

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“Subhashita Ratna Bhandagara” is a collection of more than 10000 subhashitas (wisdom sayings) from Sanskrit literature compiled by Shri Kashinath Sharma. The subhashitas are arranged subject vise. The author has also provided an exhaustive index of the contents. DOWNLOAD

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This is a collection of subhashitas from Sanskrit literature, with English meaning. Subhashita is an epigram in Sanskrit. A two or four lined verse conveying a thought is Subhashita. It is a good (su), saying (bhashita) conveying a comment on weirdness of human behavior, poetic imagery or an instance of close observation. DOWNLOAD

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