Dr C Rajendran

Professor of Sanskrit, University of Calicut

   Aug 12

Profile

1 Name : Dr. C. Rajendran
2 Address : 28/1097, Rajadhani,
T.P.Kiumaran Nair Road, Chevayur,
Calicut  673 635 Kerala India
3 Academic Qualification : B. A. Sanskrit Sahitya (Ist Class Ist Rank)
M.A. Sanskrit Sahitya (Ist Class Ist Rank)
Ph.D A Study of Mahimabhatta’s Vyaktiviveka
University of Calicut, (1983)
4 Date of Birth : 12.11.1952
5 Present Position : Professor of Sanskrit
6.Books Published
  1. The Traditional Sanskrit Theatre of Kerala University of Calicut (1989)
  2. A Study of Mahimabhatta’s Vyaktiviveka (1991)
  3. Abhinayadarpana Text with Study and Malayalam Translation (1992)
  4. A Transcultural Approach to Sanskrit Poetics (1994)
  5. Pathavum Porulum (Essays on Post modernist poetics in relation to Sanskrit Literary theory),
    Vallathol Vidyapeetham Sukapuram, 1999.Won Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award (2001)
  6. Contemporary Approaches to Indian Philosophy (Ed.) University of Calicut (2000)
  7. Saundaryasastram, State Institute of Languages, Trivandrum, (2000)Won GNPillai Endowment Award 2002
  8. Ferdinand de Saussure, State Institute of Languages, Trivandrum (2000)
  9. Mahimabhatta, Monograph in Makers of Literature Series, Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi, 2000
  10. Sign and Structure –Indological Essays, published with financial assistance of H.R.D. Ministry, Calicut 2000.
  11. Studies in Comparative Poetics, New Bharatiya Book Corporation, Delhi, 2001
  12. Living Traditions of Natyasastra [Ed] New Bharatiya Book Corporation, Delhi, 2002
  13. Sanjayan. Monograph in MIL series, Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi, 2003
  14. Abhinavagupta. Translation from English Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi, 2004
  15. Tharatamyakavyasastram, State Institute of Languages, 2002.Won Prof.MS Menon Endowment Award 2003
  16. Understanding Tradition, Department of Sanskrit, University of Calicut, 2004
  17. Melputtur Narayana Bhatta-Monograph in MIL Series, Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi 2007
  18. Vyakhyanasastram [Hermeneutics Indian and Western]. State Institute of Languages, Trivandrum (2005)
    Won IC Chacko Endowment Award 2007
  19. Paris Diary (Travelogue), Lipi Publications, Calicut, 2006
  20. Puthuvayana (Collection of critical essays) D.C Books, Kottayam, 2006
  21. Abhinayadarpana Text with Study and English translation  New Bharatiya Book Corporation, New Delhi,2007
  22. Current Readings in Arthasastra (Ed)University of Calicut,2008
  23. Pazhamayum Puthulokavum Mathrubhumi, Calicut 2009
  24. Nirupanathile rajaveedhikal Vallathol Vidyapeetham ,Sukapuram 2009
  25. Rangapatham State Institute of Languages, Trivandrum 2009
  26. Narratology-Indian Perspectives(Ed.) ,New Bharatiya Book Corporation, Delhi 2010
  27. Kuntaka Makers of Indian Literature Monograph Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi 2011
  28. European Nagarangalil,  Lipi Publications, Calicut 2012
  29. Prabandhamalika (Sanskrit papers) University of Calicut 2012

8.  Total number of research papers/articles /reviews: Approx. 200

9. Select Refereed papers related to Sanskrit:

Sl. No.

Paper

Journal /book

Year

1. Mahimabhatta’s Concept of Samasa Vinjanakairali,Trivandrum 1979
2. Musical Instruments of Natyasastra Journal ofKeralaSangitaNatakaAcademy, Trichur 1980
3. Vakyam Rasatmakam Kavyam Viswasamskrtam, Hoshiarpur 1983
4. Kalidasa’s Concept of Theatre Journal ofKeralaSangitaNatakaAcademy, Trichur 1983
5. Vyaktiviveka and Marar’s Concept of Samasa Bhashasahiti,UniversityofKerala 1983
6. The Concept of Form in Sanskrit Poetics Adyar Library Bullettin,Madras 1984
7. Deviations in Kutiyattam Bhashasahiti,UniversityofKerala 1985
8. Mahimabhatta and Svabhavokti MalayalaVimarsam,CalicutUniversity 1985
9. Bhattanayaka’s Concept of Poetry MalayalaVimarsam,CalicutUniversity 1985
10. The Problem of the Creative Process in Sanskrit Adyar Library Bulletin,Madras 1985
11. Some Problems in Sabdasaktimuladhvani Viswasamskrtam, Hoshiarpur 1985
12. Mahimabhatta’s Concept of Alankaras Adyar Library Bulletin,Madras 1986
13. Reference of Buddhistic Philosophy in Dhvanyaloka Vishveshvarananda Indological Journal,PunjabUniversity 1987
14. Some Problems in the Translation of Classics from Sanskrit Journal of Russian Literature in Indian Languages, Dept. of Russian,CalicutUniversity 1987
15. Staging the Play in Natyasastra Vijnanakairali,Trivandrum 1987
16. Painting in AncientIndia Malayala Vimarsam,CalicutUniversity 1987
17. Melpathur Narayana Bhattatiri Malayalam Literary Survey, Journal ofKeralaSahityaAcademy, Trichur 1987
18. Position of Particles and Predicatives in Sanskrit Word Order Oriental Journal, S.V.University, Tirupati 1988
19. Democratic Principles in the Polity of AncientIndia Oriental Journal, Tirupati 1991
20. Principles of Vedic Exegesis and the Paspasahnika of Mahabhashya Journal of Oriental Institute,Baroda 1992
21 Anandavardhana’s Principles of Evaluation Oriental Journal,S.V.University, Tirupati 1994
22. Music and Musical Instruments in Natyasastra Oriental Journal, Tirupati 1994
23. A Note On Ananadavardhana’s Concept of Alankaras Adyar Library Bulletin 1997
24. Reference to Ayurvedic Principles in Sanskrit Literature Aryavaidyan, Vol. 10, No. 3 1997
25. Mahmabhatta on Apasabdas Annuls of Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, Pune. 1998
26. Dhvani Theory-A Post-Structuralist Perspective Adyar Library Bulletin 1998
27 Sanskrit Plays in Kutiyattam Tradition Dr. M. Sivakumaraswamy Felicitation Volume Ed. D. Prahlada Char et.al 1998
28. Caturanga Movements in Rudrata’s Kavyalankara Adyar Library Bulletin 2001
29

Influence of Buddhistic Philosophy on Mahimabhatta

Oriental Journal,S.V.University, Tirupati 2001
30 The Concept of Beauty in Indian Tradition Sandhan, New Delhi 2001
31 Traditional Caturanga as preserved in Kerala Indian Views Ed. Manfred Eder, et.al. Keilkheim,Germany 2001
32 Orientalism vis-à-vis Classical Sanskrit Literature Indology Past, Present and Future  Ed.
Saroja Bhate
2002
33 Influence of Purvamimansa on Alankarasastra Adyar Library Bulletin 2003
34. Tatparya and Literary Language Intentionality and Verbal Understanding Ed.V.N.Jha 2003
35. Prasajyapratisedha and Paryudasa. Mahasvini, Tatacharya Felicitation Volume, Tirupati  2004
36. Exploring the possibilities of finding out the nature of Chess in its Original Form Initiativgrouppe  Konigstein Okkasioneller Roundbrief 29 Ed .Eghert Meissenburg Seevetal, Germany 2004
37. Sanskrit Kavyas of Post-Independence Kerala Post Independence Sanskrit Literature –A Critical SurveyEd.M.K.Prajapati, Patan, 2005
38. Management Principles in the organisation
of sacrifices
Encyclopaedia of Indian Wisdom, Ed.
R.K.Sharma, New Delhi
2005
39. Rajadharma According to Mahabharata The Concept of Rajadharma Ed.
Dr.Michael
2005
40. Sociolinguistic Problems in Natyasastra Avanisri  Avanindrakumar Felicitation Volume Ed.Mithilesh Chaturvedi et,al 2005
41. Environmental Awareness in Ancient India Does Environmental History Matter? Ed.Ranjan Chakrabarti, Kolkata 2006
42. Sanskrit in Contemporary India-Evolution and Status. Studies in Linguistics, Ed.G.Balasubramanian, Calicut 2006
43. Humanising Nature-A study in the imagery of Kalidasa CracowIndological Studies, Ed. Lidia Sudyka, Krakow 2006
44. Encountering theForest-:Kalidasa’s perceptions on hunting Pandanus,CharlesUniversity,Prague 2006
45. Aspects of Architecture in Silparatna Sanskrit in Technological Age Ed.P.C.Muraleemadhavan  et.al 2006.
46. Some Syntactical Issues  in Mahimabhatta Sabdikavagisa Ed. Prof. Peri Subbarayan 2006
47. Indian knowledge systems : the notion of linear progression Nyaya-Vasistha : Felicitation Volume of
Pro. V.N. Jha/Ujjwala Jha, Toshihiro Wada, Nirmala Kulkarni and Arun Ranjan Mishra
2006
48. Is Rasa an Illusion? A study in Mahimabhatta’s Aesthetics Adyar Library Bulletin 2007
49. Vacikabhinaya in Kerala’s Traditional Sanskrit Theatre Sangeeta Nataka, Sangeeta Nataka Akademi,
New Delhi
2007
50. Business Unusual: bana’s description of Dawn in Harsacarita Cracow Indological Studies, Ed.Lidia Sudyka, Krakow 2007
51. The First Among the Learned – Kashmiri Poeticians on Grammarians. Linguistic Traditions of Kashmir edited by Mrinal Kaul & Ashok Aklujkar 2007
52. Kutiyattam: The Surviving Sanskrit Theatre of Kerala Sandhan, VolVIII No.1. January-June, 2009
53. “The snow did not destroy his glory” – Kalidasa’s perceptions on Himalaya Pandanus, Charles University, Prague 2009
54. The Angry Ascetic and the Pacifying Monarch-A socio-cultural study in Kalidasa’s poetry Kings and Ascetics in Indian classical literature  Universita Degli Studi di Milano 2010
55. Caturanga passages in Harsacarita: A fresh look Adyar Library Bulletin 2010

10.  International Conferences wherein papers were presented

  1. International Conference on Roots of Chess, Pondicherry University, October 1996
  2. International Conference on Sanskrit Culture, Sree Sankaracharya University, Kalady, 1996
  3. International Conference on Indology, Past and Present, University of Poona, Poona, 1996
  4. International Conference on “Searching of Facts” (related to the origin of chess), Wiesbaden, Germany.13-15 August, 1997
  5. International Conference on Multilingualism, Dept. of Linguistics, University of Delhi, January 1998 (paper accepted)
  6. World Sanskrit Conference, New Delhi, April 2001 (Sessional President)
  7. International Seminar on Sanskrit and World literature, University of Calicut, 4-6 September, 2002
  8. World Sanskrit Conference, Helsinki, Finland, 14-18 July, 2003
  9. International Seminar on ‘Situating History of Environment:: The Territory of Historians of Environment’, Dept. of History, Jadavpur University, Kolkata March 3-2, 2005 (Sessional President)
  10. International seminar on Love and Nature in Kavya Literature, Zakopane, Poland, 22-25 September,   2005(Sessional President)
  11. International Seminar on Textual Authority, Krakow, Poland 30 th September-1October, 2005.
  12. International Seminar, Pandanus, Nature in Indian Literature, Art and Religion, Charles University, Prague, May 18-21,2006(Sessional President)
  13. International Seminar on The City and Forest in Classical Indian Literature, Warsaw,25-27 September, 2008 (Sessional President )
  14. International Seminar on nature in Literature ,Art ,Myth and Ritual ,Charles University,Prague June,2009(Sessional President)
  15. International Seminar on Narrative Techniques in Indian Literature and Arts(Director) University of Calicut 7-9February,,2010
  16. International Seminar on  Indological Studies and Research: Languages, Literatures History and Culture, Charles University, Prague 17-19 June, 2010(Sessional President)
  17. International Seminar on Stylistics devices in Indian literature and Arts, University of Milan, Italy, 16-18 September, 2010
  18. International seminar on Poetics in Indian Literature and Arts ,University of , Cagliari, Italy, 20.09.2010
  19. International Conference on Approach to World Literature, Dahlem Humanities Center, Freie University, Berlin, Germany 25-27 July,2012

11. Select National Conferences wherein Papers were presented

  1. Problems on Sanskrit Education in Non-Hindi speaking states, Nagpur University, 8 July 1982.
  2. All India Oriental Conference, Calcutta (1987)
  3. Comparative Literary Theories, Dept. of Sanskrit, University of Calicut, 1987.
  4. All India Oriental Conference, Visakhapattanam (1988).
  5. Relevance of Sanskrit Today, Centre for Advanced Studies in Sanskrit, University of Poona (1989)
  6. Living Customs and their Sources. CASS, University of Poona (1990)
  7. Political Thought in Ancient India. Tilak Vidyapeeth, Poona (1990)
  8. South Indian History Congress, University of Calicut. 1990
  9. Living Tradition of Natyasastra. Dept. of Sanskrit, University of Calicut, 1994.
  10. National Seminar on Preparation of Computer Data Base in Sanskrit Sastras, Sagar University, Sagar 1994.
  11. National Seminar on 20th Century Sanskrit Drama, Sagar University, Sagar, 1995.
  12. Arthasastra and Social Welfare, CASS, University of Poona (1995).
  13. National Seminar on Brahmarshi Daivarata Sharma, Sirsi (1997).
  14. Vakya – An enquiry. Department of Sanskrit, University of Poona (1998).
  15. Some Aspects of Management in Ancient India. Dept. of Sanskrit, Aligarh University, Aligarh, 1998.
  16. National Festival of Kutiyattam, Kerala Kalamandalam, 1998.
  17. National Seminar on Bhakti and Bhakta. Sirsi, 1998.
  18. Panini and Modern Semantics. Dept. of Sanskrit, University of Calicut, 1998.
  19. Image of India in World Literature, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Cochin, 1999.
  20. Aspects of Residential Architecture in Ancient India, National Seminar on Applied Sciences in Sanskrit Literature. Agra, 1999.
  21. Chandas – Origin and Evolution, National Seminar on Vedangas – Import and Offshoots Feb, University of Madras. 1999.
  22. Tatparya and Literary Language, National Seminar on Speakers Intention and Verbal Understanding, CASS, University of Poona, April 1999.
  23. Development Of Sanskrit Drama In 20th Century, National Seminar on 20th Century Sanskrit Literature, K.J. Somaiyya College of Arts and Commerce, Mumbai, September, 28th 1999.
  24. Astadhyayi – Some Chomskyan Perspectives, National Seminar on Panini and Chomsky, Banglore University, November 1999.
  25. Folk Elements in Kerala’s Sanskrit Theatre, National Seminar on Folk Theatre and Natyasastra, Kalidasa Akademi, Ujjain, November, 1999.
  26. Sanskrit Kavyas of Post – Independent Kerala, National Seminar on Sanskrit Writing in Independent India, CASS, University of Poona, December, 1999.
  27. Literary Historiography – Sanskrit Models, National Seminar on The Idea of World Literature, S.S. University of Sanskrit, Kalady, December, 1999.
  28. Environmental Ideas of Ancient India, National Seminar on the Scientific Heritage of India, Govt. College, Pattambi, March, 2000.
  29. Aspects of Architecture in Silparatna – National Seminar on Sastra and Prayoga, Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts, New Delhi and University of Calicut, February, 2000.
  30. Revisiting Ramayana – Perspectives in Sita Lost in her Musings – National Seminar on Kumaranasan, Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi, March, 2000
  31. Puranas and National Integration, National Seminar on Sanskrit and National Integration, Queen Mary’s College, Madras, January, 2000.
  32. Mahimabhatta’s Philosophy of Language, National Seminar on Language Philosophy, Banglore University, Bangalore, March 2000.
  33. Rasa Theory and its Western Parallels invited Lecture Programme, Ecol Francaise D’ Extreme – Orient, Pondicherry, and April 2000.
  34. City Life in Ancient India, National Seminar on Indian Culture Gleaned through Sanskrit Language, University of Madras, June 2000.
  35. Kanadam Paniniyam ca kavyasastropakarakam, Invited lecture, Centre for Vedanta Studies, University of Kerala, July 2000.
  36. Towards an Indian School of Management – Searching roots in Tradition, National Seminar on New Horizons of Management Education, Canara Bank School of Management, Bangalore University21-22 July, 2000.
  37. The Concept of beauty in Indian Tradition, National Seminar on Indian Poetics and Aesthetics, Centre for Advanced Studies in Sanskrit, University of Poona, September, 2000.
  38. Impact of Nyayavaisesika philosophy on Sahityasastra-National Seminar on the Impact of Nyayavaisesika on Indian Philosophy, Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetham, Tirupati, 13th October, 2000
  39. Indian Traditions in Management, Invited Talk, Calicut Management Association, Calicut25th September 2000.
  40. Environmental Awareness as Reflected in Traditional Sastras, National Seminar on Sanskrit and society, Jadavpur University, Calcutta.13th September, 2000
  41. Contemporary literary theory and Indian thought-Invited Talk, Department of English, Gulbarga University, Gulbarga.7th November, 2000
  42. Environmental Awareness in Vastusastra and Ayurveda, National Seminar on Environment and Scientific Heritage of India, Department of Sanskrit, University of Kerala, 29-30 Sept, 2000
  43. Environmental Problems and Approaches in Indian Tradition, National Seminar on the Scientific heritage in ancient India, Department of Sanskrit, University of Calicut, 2-4 July, 2000
  44. Aspects of Vastuvidya, Seminar on Science and Technology, Department of Sanskrit, University of Calicut, 28th October, 2000
  45. The Musical Trinity and Swathi Tirunal, Seminar on Muttuswami Dikshita, Dept. of Sanskrit, University of Calicut, November, 2001
  46. Influence of Purvamimamsa on Alankarasastra National Seminar on Purvamimamsa darsana, Bangalore, 9-11 February, 2002
  47. Traditional Poetics-An Encounter with Contemporary Literature-National Seminar on the State of Literary Criticism, Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi, 21-23 February, 2002
  48. Keynote Address, Abhinavagupta’s Contribution to Sanskrit Poetics, National Seminar, R.S.Vidyapeetha, Tirupati, 4th March, 2004
  49. The notion of linear progression in Indian knowledge systems. National Seminar on Indian Intellectual traditions, Srisankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, April, 2004
  50. Influence of Sanskrit on Modern Malayalam Literature, Sahitya Akademi National Seminar on the Impact of Sanskrit on Modern Literature, Kolkota, March 28-29,2005

12.  Resource Person for UGC Refresher Courses

  1. Bangalore University.
  2. Kuvampu University, Shimoga.
  3. Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeeth, Tirupati.
  4. Madras University.
  5. University of Poona.
  6. Departments of English, Sanskrit, Malayalam, History and Sciences in various colleges.
  7. University of Kerala
  8. Gulburga University

12. Other positions held

  1. Member, Advisory Board for Malayalam, Sahitya Academi, New Delhi (1998-2002).
  2. Member, Kerala Sahitya Academi (1998-2001).
  3. President, Calicut University Linguists Forum. (200-2007)
  4. Member, Board of Studies, Bangalore University. (1995-08)
  5. Member, Board of Studies, Sree Sankaracharya University, Kalady(.2000-2005)
  6. Member, Advisory Board, Samaveda Peetham, Tirchur.
  7. Member, Advisory Board, Documentation Centre for Classical Arts, Trichur.
  8. Member, Academic Council, R.S.Vidyapeetha (Deemed University) Tirupati
  9. Head of the Department of Sanskrit, University of Calicut (1996-2001,2004-05)
  10. Member, Advisory Board in Sanskrit, Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi(2002-2007)
  11. Member of Syndicate, Srisankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady (2004-2005)
  12. Member, of Syndicate, R.S.Vidyapeetha (Deemed University) Tirupati(2005-2011)
  13. Member of Syndicate, Shri Lal Bahadur Sastri Sanskrit Vidyapeeth (Deemed University), New Delhi
  14. Member, Peer group, NAAC, Bangalore
  15. Member, Editorial Committee, Pandanus, Indological Journal, Charles University, Prague
  16. Chairman, PG Board of studies Sanskrit, University of Calicut
  17. Convener, Quality Assurance Committee, University of Calicut
  18. Convener, Frontier Lecture Series, University of Calicut
  19. Member, Planning Board, University of Calicut.
  20. Visiting Professor, Calcutta University
  21. Dean, Faculty of Languages, Calicut University
  22. Member, Jury, Sahitya Akademi Award for Malayalam (2007) and Sanskrit (2008)
  23. Member, UGC Expert Committee for  XI Plan Grant, LBS Vidyapeeth, New Delhi
  24. UGCExpert  Committee Member, SAP, Dept Of Sanskrit, Kolkata University & Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak
  25. Director, Internal Quality Assurance Cell, Calicut University

13.  Awards/Positions

  1. Samskrita Bhasha Vibhooshanan, Zamorin of Calicut, 1993.
  2. G.N.Pillai Endowment Award, Kerala Sahitya Akademi 2002. for the work, Saundaryasastram
  3. Award for Best Literary Critic, Kerala Sahitya Academi, Trichur, 2001 for the work, Pathavum Porulum
  4. Selected to the panel of overseas Visiting Professor in Sanskrit, ICCR, New Drelhi, 2001
  5. Ramakrishna International Sanskrit Award, Canada, 2002 for Outstanding and Distinguished Contributions to Sanskrit Teaching and Research
  6. M.S.Menon Award for Literary criticism, 2003 for the work Tharathamyakaryasastram
  7. Visiting Professor, Ecole des Hautes Etudes Sciences Sociale, Paris, May, 2005
  8. I.C Chacko Endowment Award, Kerala Sahitya Akademi, for the best  work in Linguistics,2007
  9. Visiting Professor, Jagellienion University, Krakow, Poland
  10. Visiting Professor, Calcutta University
  11. Visiting Fellow, Centre for Advanced study in Sanskrit, University of Poona
  12. Keralapanini Award for overall contribution to scientific literature 2011

14. Contributions to Encyclopaedia/Compilations

  1. History of Sanskrit Literature, Kerala Sahitya Akademi, 1991.
  2. Encyclopaedia of Hinduism.
  3. Akhilavijnanakosam, 1997.
  4. History of Science in AncientIndia– Indian Council for Philosophical Research.
  5. Indian Poetics and Modern Texts.
  6. Consultant Editor for Sanskrit Encyclopaedia of Literature, Sahitya Academi,New Delhi.
  7. Editor, History of Sanskrit Literature, Kerala Sahitya Academi, Trichur.
  8. Regional Editor for Kerala, Mahabharata Project, Bangalore.

15.  UGC Projects Undertaken

  1. Staging of Sanskrit Drama, 1982-’84.
  2. Principles of Literary Criticism, 1987-’89.

16.  Total Number of Ph.Ds produced: Fourteen (14)

17. National/International Seminars organized

  1. National Seminar on Panini and Modern Semantics 1998
  2. International Seminar on Narratology- Indian Perspectives 2005
  3. International Seminar on Current Readings in Arthasasastra 2005
  4. National Seminar on Sanskrit in 21th Century, 2007
  5. International Seminar on Narrative techniques in Indian Literature and Arts ,2010

17.   Foreign Countries Visited

Germany,  Finland, France, Poland, Czech Republic, Italy.

18 .Languages known: English, Sanskrit, Malayalam, Hindi

 

 

4 Comments

  1. dr.ranjith.m says:

    Sir
    I was a student of calicut universtiy hindi department.now i am working @ mes asmabi college kodungallur. sir we are publishing a research jouranl with issn number for the past two years.sir may i request you to be with us on our advisroy board

  2. darshan says:

    I want to do PhD(English) related with indian aesthetic theories.i do not know sanskrit. I would like to get your valuable opinion in this matter.

  3. Dr. Narayan Prasad Dash says:

    Sir,
    Namaste.
    You have referred to a book titled ‘apaniniyapramanasiddhata’ of Narayana Bhattathiri in your valuable article published in Literary Survey of Kerala Sahitya Academy. I want a copy of the book and therefore request your good self to let me know the place of its availability.
    Thanking you.
    Yours sincerely,
    Dr. Narayan Prasad Dash
    Reader in Sanskrit,
    S.V.M.autonomous College, Jagatsinghpur,
    Odisha-754103
    Email-dr.npdash@gmail.com

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