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Apurvajyotih Glimpses of Indic Light- Professor Apurba Chandra Barthakuria: Felicitation Volume

Apurvajyotih Glimpses of Indic Light- Professor Apurba Chandra Barthakuria: Felicitation Volume

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Item Code: NAY704
Author: Nalini Devi Misra
Publisher: Pratibha Prakashan, Delhi
Language: English and Sanskrit
Edition: 2016
ISBN: 9788177023909
Pages: 305
Cover: HARDCOVER
Other Details: 9.50 X 7.50 inch
Weight 760 gm
About the Book
The book Apurvajyotih a Felicitation Volume in honour of Professor Apurba Chandra Barthakuria, a renowned Sanskrit scholar of Assam and the country is an anthology of research papers on different branches of Indology. Prof. Barthakuria served the department of Sanskrit Gauhati University for 35 years (1962-1997) and a few years on extension service. He has to his credit fourteen distinct books, all on different areas of Sanskrit Literature. Besides, being an educationist he is a great Sanskrit scholar of modern times. Many scholars have obtained Ph. D. degrees under his able guidance. He is admired by many people for multifacted talent.

The book is divided into two parts. The first part is a collection of some prasastis, an article on the life-sketch of Prof. A.C. Barthakuria, a bio-bibliography and certain appreciative writings on some of his important books. The second part contains twenty eight research papers on different branches of Sanskrit literature such as Vedic Studies, Dharmasastras, Epics and Puranas, Sanskrit Literature, Grammar and Linguistics and Philosophy.

Our endeavour will be successful only when the scholars of Indology will find in this Volume their quest for knowledge.

About the Author
Dr. Nalini Devi Misra, the editor of the Felicitation Volume, entitled Apurvajyotih is Professor in the Department of Sanskrit, Gauhati University, Assam. She is specialised in Vedas and ancilliary texts. She has contributed her papers in both Vedas and other areas of Vedic literature. She has to her credit two books viz., Pitamahapautrayoh Laghukathasarh-grahah, (a translated work from Assamese to Sanskrit, published by Sahitya Academi, New Delhi) and Vaidik Akhyanar Rahghara in Assamese. Besides, more than 25 (twenty five) Research articles are published in National Journals and one in International Journal. She has also edited two Volumes of Surabharati, the Annual Research Journal of the Department of Sanskrit, Gauhati University, Assam.

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