The Knowledge of chandas is most Essential to all the students and literary people especially to those, who are in the teaching profession. Hence, so far in the Sanskrit research field, it appears that there is no single work covering all the aspects of exclusive classical prosody. So, here it is proposed to produce such a complete works which deals with its origin, nature, basic elements and important variations with illustrations in a comprehensive form so as to guide the learners, who wish to go through the classical prosodial studies.
Hence, as a part of the attempt, it is planned to reconcile all the ideas of prosodians both the Vedic and the Classical. No doubt it helps the learners to have a clear idea of the historical development of the classical prosody in Sanskrit.
This Work is one of the ideas, to deal with all the aspects of classical prosody, including those, which have been explained by the earlier critics.
Dr. K. Yedukondalu was born to a holy couple Sri. Kalabattula venkanna and Smt. Naratnam, in a village named G. Kottapalli, Dwarakatirumala (China Tirupati) Mandal, West Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh, India. At Present he has been Working as Associate Professor, Dept. of Sanskrit, Andhra University, visakhapatanam, Andhra Pradesh, India. He did his M.A Sanskrit Literature, specialized in Alankaras by getting distinction and gold medal, completed his doctorate degree in the year 2000 and received best thesis award for the year 2001 from Andhra University, Visakhapatnam.
He is very much interested in research and hard work. He undertaken a U.G.C sponsored major research Project entitled ‘personality development according to Panchatantra-A Perspective view. So far he published 6 research papers and communicated 12 research articled to different journals for publication. He enthusiastically participated in 17 state and national seminars one international seminar, which belong to different disciplines like Sanskrit, philosophy, Law, environment, Economics, English, Telugu etc,. He has been delivering his lectures frequently in All India Radio, visakhapatanam and Jnanavani Radio broadcasting, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam. He is not only busy with his research but also involves actively in the administrative works of Andhra University, Visakhapatnam.
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