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AMARAKOSAM FOR BEGINNERS WORD TO WORD DETAILED EXPLANATION

Author Name: T. VANAJA | Format: Paperback | Genre : Religion & Spirituality | Other Details

In her third book, Vanaja takes readers on a journey to a world of Hindu Mythology. She describes the greatness of Amarakosam, which was written by Amarasinha, a court-poet in the period of King Chandragupta II. It involves all the characters of Hindu Mythological epics.

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I read the book “Amarakosam for Beginners Volume 1” authored by T. Vanaja. She has explained each name with great detail. I found it very easy to understand. The work is very much appreciable. Hope She continues to work with the same enthusiasm for the remaining volumes also.

- Mrs C. Sukanya Baba M.A (Eco)

I am working in a software company. I am unknown to Sanskrit language and the book named “Amarakosam”. Though forced to read the book, I am fascinated by the contents of book. Madam has explained the slokas in detail. I look forward for other volumes.

- M. Shruti

Sanskrit is the mother of all languages as all languages worldwide derive many words from this Prakrit bhasha which is ancient language. In fact fortunately for Indians which is the ancient language has become a way of life. The slokas that are being recited while performing our daily worship as also in the mantra that are rendered in observing our rituals from our scriptures which are in Sanskrit. For time immemorial AMARAKOSAM facilitated vedic scholars to comprehend these scriptures meaningfully. Smt. Vanaja’s effort in presenting this treatise in series of volumes will serve as a guide to us. I am sanguine she will accomplish the task fully with divine grace.

- P. Yugandhar

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T. VANAJA

Vanaja Teegavarapu completed her study of Amarakosam, Ashtadasa Puranas, Sri Devibhagavatam, Ramayana, Mahabharata, Bhagavata Purana and many more. Her articles were published in Bhavans Journal; some Telugu articles were published in Telugu magazines. All her articles are about the puranas, Carnatic classical music and temples in and around India. She has previously published two books under the same name.

Mobile: 7382762152

Landline: 040-24066601

Email ID: vanaja791@gmail.com

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