Tag archive for ‘MANUSCRIPT’
By Editor On Thursday, March 1st, 2018

Epic discovery: Kolkata scholars find ‘lost’ manuscripts in Chennai library | Times of India

KOLKATA: Ancient Indian scholar Jaimini, a student of Ved Vyasa, has been held in great esteem for his re-telling of the ‘Mahabharata’. But most Indology scholars considered his works to be lost because More...

By Editor On Wednesday, January 24th, 2018

Governor releases Tamil-Sanskrit lexicon with 45,000 words | Times Of India

CHENNAI: A physical education professor’s dream of publishing a Tamil-Sanskrit dictionary came true on Tuesday but three months after his death. The dictionary, compiled by S Hariharan, has more than 45,000 More...

By Editor On Wednesday, March 9th, 2016

हस्तलिपि/ MANUSCRIPT

ManuScript – Scripts written manually, whose fonts were/are as good as any machine language, paper made out of wood & ink obtained naturally from flowers & other ingredients. To compile one book it took More...

By Editor On Tuesday, March 8th, 2016

Vande Mataram library to challenge Sheldon Pollock’s Murty Classical Library of India – The American Bazar

Dr. Sampadananda Mishra is planning to set up the new library. By Sreekanth A. Nair Dr. Sampadananda Mishra, director of the Sri Aurobindo Foundation for Indian Culture at the Sri Aurobindo Society in Puducherry, More...