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In her 1" book, Amarakosam for Beginners, Ms Vanaja takes us on a journey to the world of Hindu Mythology. She describes the greatness of Amarakosam written by Amarasimha, a court-poet in King Chandragupta II period, which involves all the characters of Hindu Mythological epics.

 

About the Author

Author's name is Vanaja Teegavarapu. She has completed the study of Amarakosam, Ashtadasa Puranas, Sri Devi Bhagavatam, Ramayana, Mahabharata, Bhagavata Purana and many more. Her articles have been published in Bhavan's Journal, and some Telugu articles were also published in Telugu magazines. All her articles were about the Puranas and Carnatic classical music and temples in and around India.

 

Foreword

AmarakOgah, popularly known as "Namalinganugasanam", is a thesaurus in Sanskrit written by Amarasimha. He was one of the Navaratnas (Nine gems, royal courtiers) at the court of Vikramaditya, who ruled around 400 AD. The text constitutes three chapters called Kandas. First chapter Svargadikanda, deals with the words related to Gods and demons.

Second chapter, Thavargadikanda' deals with words related to earth, living and non-living beings.

Third chapter `Samanyadikanda' deals with miscellaneous words and a few words related to grammar.

Amarakaga has number of commentaries and translations. Amarakoghodghatana' by Ksirasvamin is one of the popular commentaries.

Mrs. Teegavarapu Vanja, brought up in a traditional family, whose ancestors were proficient in Sanskrit and a few foreign languages, is very enthusiastic and is very busy in various literary activities. Her present attempt to give explanation and meanings to the first few verses from Amarakaga, helps people of all ages who want to explore the greatest ancient text.

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Amarakosam for Beginners - Word to Word Detailed Explanation: First Volume

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NAU151
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PAPERBACK
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2019
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9781646506392
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SANSKRIT TEXT WITH TRANLITRATI
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8.00 X 5.00 inch
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78
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In her 1" book, Amarakosam for Beginners, Ms Vanaja takes us on a journey to the world of Hindu Mythology. She describes the greatness of Amarakosam written by Amarasimha, a court-poet in King Chandragupta II period, which involves all the characters of Hindu Mythological epics.

 

About the Author

Author's name is Vanaja Teegavarapu. She has completed the study of Amarakosam, Ashtadasa Puranas, Sri Devi Bhagavatam, Ramayana, Mahabharata, Bhagavata Purana and many more. Her articles have been published in Bhavan's Journal, and some Telugu articles were also published in Telugu magazines. All her articles were about the Puranas and Carnatic classical music and temples in and around India.

 

Foreword

AmarakOgah, popularly known as "Namalinganugasanam", is a thesaurus in Sanskrit written by Amarasimha. He was one of the Navaratnas (Nine gems, royal courtiers) at the court of Vikramaditya, who ruled around 400 AD. The text constitutes three chapters called Kandas. First chapter Svargadikanda, deals with the words related to Gods and demons.

Second chapter, Thavargadikanda' deals with words related to earth, living and non-living beings.

Third chapter `Samanyadikanda' deals with miscellaneous words and a few words related to grammar.

Amarakaga has number of commentaries and translations. Amarakoghodghatana' by Ksirasvamin is one of the popular commentaries.

Mrs. Teegavarapu Vanja, brought up in a traditional family, whose ancestors were proficient in Sanskrit and a few foreign languages, is very enthusiastic and is very busy in various literary activities. Her present attempt to give explanation and meanings to the first few verses from Amarakaga, helps people of all ages who want to explore the greatest ancient text.

**Contents and Sample Pages**

 







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