The paper researches threefold aspects- Ādhibhautika, Ādhidaivika and Ādhyātmika, of the vast corpus.
This paper focuses on the life skills perspective on the difficult experiences of Damayanti, and how she used her knowledge and wisdom, to come out of the challenges faced in her life.
The evolution of the discourse of “rights” is a very modern, Western phenomenon in the Indian context. The idea of social welfare has been entrenched in the Indic civilization since ancient times in the concept of duty as opposed to rights.
Different Vedic knowledge branches had their own way of recitation, sets of syllables etc. and these texts are called prātiśākhy , which contains Śikṣā, vyākaraṇa (Devanāgarī: व्याकरण) and sometimes chanda (Devanāgarī: छन्द) rules for that specific branch of knowledge.
The femininity-streedharma framework helps in resolving contradictions that emerge from the egalitarian theory of Bhakti.
In this paper we discuss formal aspects of certain rules of Panini’s grammar- Astadhyayi (A), which is traditionally studied together with the dhatupatha, which is a list of verbal roots arranged into sublists, and the ganapatha, which is a list of various classes of morphs, one class being the dhatupatha.
Asmita is discussed as a klesa – an affliction that is experienced in our day to day life, towards attaining clarity on this, it is essential that the views of all accessible classical Samskrta commentaries are consulted.
Concluding Part of a series on Geographical data in the Mahabharata
This paper makes important contributions to the study of dharmasāstra-s in general, and to Manusmṛti in particular from an emic perspective.
Understanding the practice of sati from a Dharmic perspective