This book is a collection of fifteen research articles touching upon various dimensions of vedic and puranic aspects. The collection is an attempt to highlight the ancient Indian tradition and wisdom relevant to the wellbeing of human society. The conceptual and linguistic analysis presents a glimpse of vedic tradition not only as the source of ancient Indian religion and culture but also as the tourch bearer of the knowledge and wisdom for the future generations. The preservation and propagation of the vedic culture and linguistic tradition for the betterment of human society and to generate an interest in the vedic studies are the humble purpose behind this publication.
Dr.( Mrs) Prativa Manjari Rath, born in 1957, at Cuttack,Orissa.
Father :Late Muralidhar Rath
Husband : Shri Taraprasad Rath
Education : Graduate (1975-1977) from Shailabala Women's College, Cuttack, Post-Graduation (1977-79)from P.G.Dept. of Sanskrit,Utkal University,Vanivihar,Bhubaneswar„with special paper in Classical Sanskrit Literature, M.phil (1983), and Ph.D (1992) from Utkal University after qualifying UGC (NET). , Certificate course in German Language (1986).
Specialisation :Vedic Literature
Research and publications : Research in the field of Vedic Language and Literature, published about 35 research papers in National Journals and five papers in International Journals, Edited two Research Journals and one collection of Sanskrit poems named rtayani. Guided twentyfive M.Phil students and two Ph.D students, currently supervising seven research scholars for Ph.D Degree. She is working on Vedic Mythology and Vedanga Literature. She is a Reader in Post
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Brahma Sutras (81)
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