Rgveda-Darsana Volume Twelve (Rgarthasara Part-Two)

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Vidyalankara Sastra-Chudamani, Sangita-Kalaratna Professor Saligrama Krishna Ramachandra Rao is a well-known scholar who combines traditional learningwith modern research.Well versed in Sanskrit, Pali, Ardhamagadhi and several modern Indian Languages and acquainted with Tobetan and some European languages, ghe has written extensively on Vedanta, Buddhism, Jainism, Indian culture, art and literature.

In his professional career, however, he was a Professor of psychology. He has headed the department of Clinical Pschology in the National institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences, Bangalore, and the Department of Indian Culture in the Callison College Study Centre of the University of the Pacific (USA). At present, he is one the visiting Faculty of National Institute of advanced Studies ( Indian Institute of Science), Bangalore.

He has been Member of the Karnataka State Lalith Kala Academi and Sangit Nritya Academi: he has been member of the Karnataka StateLalith Kala Academi and SangitNritya Academi he has servedon the agama Board ( State Govverhment). He is President of Silpa-Kala Pratishthana. The State Government has honoured him with the 1986 Rajyotsava Award.

He has written more than fifty books in Kannada, a play in Sanskrit, and a Pali Commentary on a Buddhist classic. One of the Books on Iconography in Kannada has won the state saitya academi award, as also another of his books on the tirupati temple.

Among his numerous English publication are three volumes of Encylopaedia of indianMediicine, ( Poplar Prakashan, Bombay), Tibetan Tantrik Tradition and Tibetan Meditation ( Arnold Heinemann, Delhi),m Consiciousness in Advaita, and a series of six books on Indian temples ( IBH Prakashana, Bangalore), Origins of Indian Thought (Bangalore University); Kalpatharu Research Academy has published his Pratima-Kosha in six volumes, Agama-kosha in twelve volumes, Art and Architecture of Indian Temples in three volumes. He was awarded D. Litt. Honoraris Causa by the Karnatak University (2005)

He is at present engaged in the 30 volume project Rgveda-Darsana ( sixteen volumes of which have appeared). He is also a musicologist, a sculptor and painter, and has held some one-man shows.

Preface

The Kalpatharu Research Academy is indeed proud and happy to present to the world of Scholars and students of Indology this volume on Rgveda- Darsana, which is the Twelfth in the series. It marks the Hundredth publication of the Academy, since its inception in 1981. It is well known to the academic world that valuable contribution has been made to the field of studies in Indian culture by these publications. The title, Bharatiya-Samskriti-Sarvasva-Kosha, has amply been justified. The present volume constitutes the continuation of Rgarthasara, the first part of which was brought out as the eleventh volume in the series of Rgveda-Darsana last year.

The Academy acknowledges the deep debt of gratitude that it owes to the munificent blessings of the revered Jagadguru Sri Sri Sri Bharatitirtha- Mahaswamiji, the chief patron of the Academy, and to the keen interest evinced by the Chairman of the Academy, Shri V.R. Gowrishankar, the Administrator of Sri Sringeri Sharada Peetham.

The' Academy is also grateful to the Authorities of the Ministry of Human Resources Development, Govt., of India, New Delhi and the Authorities of Ministry of Education, Govt. of Karnataka.

The Academy is also grateful to Prof. S.K. Ramachandra Rao, who has helped in the production of this volume, and to the printers, the Omkar Offset Printers for the neatness and promptness in production of this volume.

Introduction

This is the second part of Dinakara Bhatta's Rgeithe-ssre, the first part of which was brought out as Eleventh volume of Rgvede-Dsrsene series. This part continues from the mantras numbered 100 by Dinakara and concludes the selection (201 mantras). It contains what the compiler considers the essential import (artha-sara) of the Rgvedic corpus. Alongside Dinakara's gloss, the main commentary of Sayana, on which this gloss depends, is also given. Relevant notes have been added.

I am grateful to Dharrnadhikari, Daivajna Sri K.N. Somayaji, Director and Chief Editor of the Kalpatharu Research Academy for the opportunity to bring out this little-known work on Rgveda; His Holiness Sri Sringeri Jagadguru Sri Sri Sri Bharathi- tirtha .Swarniji; and to Sri V.R. Gowrishankar, the Administrator of Sri Sringeri Sharada Peetham and also the Chairman of the Academy.

I acknowledge the courtesy and co-operation of Sri Venkatesh Babu and Sri Nagendra of the Omkar Offset Printers during the production of this volume.

Contents

Item Code: NAE734
Cover: Hardcover
Edition: 2003
Publisher: Kalpatharu Research Academy, Bengaluru
Language: Sanskrit Text with English Translation
Size: 10.0 inch x 7.5 inch
Pages: 274
Other Details: Weight of the Book: 700 gms[/product_video]
100 (Not found in the manuscript)
10 l. Varnadeva (lndra)
102 Varnadeva (Brhaspati)
103 Vamadeva (Brhaspati)
104 Varnadeva (Brhaspatil
105 Asuvaya-Atreya (Agni)
106 Visvavara-Atreyi (Agni)
107 Payur- Bharadvaja (Varma)
108 Priyamedha - Angirasa (Rkshasvamedha - dana - prasarnsa)
109 Lusa-Dhanaka (Visvedeva)
110 Lusa-Dhanaka (Visvedeva)
11 l. Lusa-Dhanaka (Visvedeva)
112 Lusa-Dhanaka [Visvedeva]
1 13. Saptagre-Angirasa (Vaikunthal
114 Devah (Agni-Sauchrka]
115 Agni-Sauchika (Devah)
116 Devah [Agni-Sauchikal
117 Agni-Sauchika (Devahl
1 18. Devah (Agni-Sauchika)
119 Agni -Sauchika (Devah)
120 Devah (Agni-Sauchrka)
12l. Agni -Sauchika (Devah)
122 Devah (Agni-Sauchika)
123 Brhaduktha- Varnadevya (Indra)
124 Bandhu, Srutabandhu, Viprabandhu-Gaupayanah (Hasta)
125 Nabhanedishtha-Manava (Visvedeva or Angirasa)
126 Nabhanedi shtha - Manava (Visvedeva or Angirasa)
127 Nabhanedishtha-Manava (Visvedeva or Angirasa)
128 Nabhanedi shtha - Manava (Visvedeva or Angirasa)
129 N abhanedishtha - Manava (Visvedeva or Angirasa)
130 abhanedishtha- Manava (Visvedeva or Angirasa)
131 Nabhanedishtha - Manava (Visvedeva or Angirasa)
132 Nabhanedishtha-Manava (Danastuti of Savarni)
133 Nabhanedishtha-Manava (Danastuti of Savarni)
134 Nabhanedishtha-Manava (Danastuti of Savarni)
135 Nabhanedishtha - Manava (Danastuti of Savarni)
136 Brhaspati (Jnana)
137 Brhaspati (Jriana)
138 Surya-Savitri (Surya)
139 Narayana (Purusha)
140 Narayana (Purusha)
141 Narayana (Purusha)
142 Narayana (Purusha)
143 Narayana (Purusha)
144 Narayana (Purusha)