Sanskrit

    Page 1 of 38 - About 377 Essays
  • Pallava Grantha Script Essay

    2.2. Pallava Grantha Script The Pallava rule in the Tamil country bought with it greater influence of Sanskrit culture. They devised a script around the 5th century CE for writing Sanskrit in the Tamil country. The need arouse because the tamil script does not have glyphs to represent a number of Sanskrit letters. The new script came to be known as the Pallava Grantha. Brahmi is the origin for Pallava Grantha, like all other scripts for native Indian languages. There is a lot of closeness of the Grantha script to the Malayalam script, and to some extent, to the Tamil script. Moreover, Pallava Grantha was the inspiration for the scripts of most of the South-east Asian languages like Javenese, Thai, Balinese, Khmer etc. All Sanskrit works that originated in the Tamil country came to be written exclusively in the Grantha script. The Grantha is in use among the Vedic scholars of Tamil Nadu even today,though its popularity is not as it existed in the past. Over the years, the Grantha script changed. The present day Grantha is very different from what was there in Pallava inscriptions.…

    Words: 769 - Pages: 4
  • In The Bhagavad Gita What Does Krishna Explain To Arjuna

    Indian literature assignment Name- EKALAVYA CHADHA JSLH 2015 ID NO- 20155034 Question Q1) Name the two ancient epics written in Sanskrit and who were their authors? In the Bhagvad Gita what does Krishna explain to Arjun? A1)…

    Words: 1045 - Pages: 5
  • Literary Criticism Of Mahabharata

    Amongst the enormous corpus of Hindu literature, Mahabharata stands out as a text of great magnitude, originally comprising of 100,000 Sanskrit shlokas, say about 2 million words. ‘Vedvyasya’, the author of Mahabharata has weaved a plethora of characters in this great Hindu epic, through which he takes the reader through every conceivable human emotion and situation, thus making it possible to identify with it even today. It even boasts, ‘What is here is found elsewhere. What is not here is…

    Words: 963 - Pages: 4
  • Triad Hindu Religion

    to the main room to observe the service and celebration. The majority of the people in the group if not all are of Indian ethnicity. They also seem to be middle class or higher and also very respectable people. Their lifestyle is similar to regular people as they carry a family, a job, and those related to a regular life. The average number at the service was about 40 and the majority were men but many of them had families so there is also a large number of women present. Along with families…

    Words: 924 - Pages: 4
  • Diversity In Hinduism

    Dharma can be summed up as the ideal life, in which no harm is inflicted on anybody. Opposed to the actual human behavior seen in modern caste system, which lends itself to violence in both the workplace and schools. 2) How have sacred texts helped shape the popular worldview? The Vedas and the Bhagavad Gita have been extremely influential and shaping both secular and religious worldviews. As seen by the masses last night, Sanskrit, the holy language in the text, was written on the instruments…

    Words: 729 - Pages: 3
  • Elevate Arjuna's 'Bhagavad Gita'

    1. Introduction A. Eusebius, the historian and bishop of Caesarea, tells a history in The Life of the Blessed Emperor Constantine around 337-339 CE (MMW 5). The Bhagavad Gita indirectly refers to the sage Vayasa as the author of The Bhagavad Gita from the larger selection of the Mahabharata (The Bhagavad Gita. Introduction.5). 2. Question: A. Based on a comparison of “The Bhagavad Gita” by Veda Vayasa and “The Life of the Blessed Emperor Constantine” by Eusebius of Caesarea, what do these texts…

    Words: 1298 - Pages: 6
  • Hinduism

    Hinduism is a diverse religion that is complex on many levels. Over one billion people in the world are Hindu which accounts for approximately fifteen percent of the world’s population. Although not as commonly known as other world religions it has a deep impact in the world. Hinduism has two different dates as to when it was founded, one is storied and the other is historical. The storied says according to the Rig Veda that Hinduism was founded around 10,000 to 12,500 BCE which is the…

    Words: 1443 - Pages: 6
  • Bhagavad Gita What Does Krishna Explain To Arjun?

    Indian literature assignment Question Q1) Name the two ancient epics written in Sanskrit and who were their authors? In the Bhagvad Gita what does Krishna explain to Arjun? A1) The two ancient epics written in Sanskrit are a) Ramayana b) Mahabharata Ramayana is written by Valmiki, and Mahabharata is written by Vyasa. B) What does Krishna explain to arjuna? Ans b) Bhagavad Gita All through the ages, religions have utilized myths or stories to clarify or guide the human experience. For…

    Words: 773 - Pages: 4
  • Silence The Court Is In Session Analysis

    India has a glorious history of drama from the ancient times. Drama begins its journey in India with the Sanskrit plays. Indian drama is characterized with the rituals, folks, cultural heritage etc. But the major concern of contemporary Indian drama is the representation of socio-political scenario, marginalization, gender discrimination, oppression, poverty and hunger. A general consensus seems to have emerged that though the social criticism, corruption, oppression, gender discrimination can…

    Words: 1916 - Pages: 8
  • Karma In Western Civilization

    but rather a lifelong quest and journey that one must pursue in order to find knowledge and find a deeper connection with one’s self in relation to Brahman. In Hindu culture, after enough lifetimes of practicing and living through good karmic deeds, your reward is eternal paradise and knowledge of the self. After examining these two texts as well as other outside sources, a logical statement suggests that Buddhism is a direct offspring from Hinduism due to their striking similarities but at the…

    Words: 1089 - Pages: 5
  • Previous
    Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 38

Related Topics:

Popular Topics: