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by Bharatrihari,Rajendra Tandon

eBook Atha Vairagyashatakam: Sanskrit Shlokas on Asceticism, Peace of Mind, Discovery of Self, Importance of Meditation and on Renunciation download ISBN: 8129108135
Author: Bharatrihari,Rajendra Tandon
Publisher: Rupa; 2005 edition (February 2, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 115
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Rajendra Tandon's translation of Sringarashatakam in modern English captures the soul of Bhartrihari's . From the innocent to the well versed, Bhartrihari has something to ignite and yet entertain the mind of anyone aesthetically inclined.

Rajendra Tandon's translation of Sringarashatakam in modern English captures the soul of Bhartrihari's writing and brings out its distinct flavour for the connoisseur. The West discovered Bhartrihari in 1651. it is time for rediscovery with a modern English translation. Sringarashatakam is different from Kamasutra: it excites because it deals subtly with human emotion of love and rejection.

List Price : US$ 2. 3 Our Price : US$ 2. 4. Transliterated Text, Translation, Detailed Introduction and Notes; xxxi, 154p. You Save 20% + FREE DELIVERY WORLDWIDE. ISBN-10 : 81-291-0813-5, 8129108135. Place of Publication : Delhi. Year of Publication : 2005. Bhartrihari occupies a prominent place among the ancient poets of Sanskrit literature.

Pages: 116, Publication Year: 2005. by JOEL LEVEY & MICHELLE LEVEY.

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The most basic and grossest body is the physical one called Sthūladeha or Sthūlaśarīra (gross body) in Sanskrit.

Despite this statement I accept the fact that the desire for liberation is a very good and healthy desire. It is not an ordinary desire, no doubt. The most basic and grossest body is the physical one called Sthūladeha or Sthūlaśarīra (gross body) in Sanskrit.

Pain-producing forms of asceticism include self-laceration, particularly .

Pain-producing forms of asceticism include self-laceration, particularly castration, and flagellation (whipping), which emerged as a mass movement in Italy and Germany during the Middle Ages and is still practiced in parts of Mexico and the southwestern United States. Variations of asceticism in world religions. The archaeological discovery (1940s) of their community at Qumrān (near the Dead Sea in an area that was a part of Jordan) has thrown new light on such movements in Judaism. identification of perfection with world-denying asceticism and on the view that the perfect Christian life would be centred on maximum love of God and neighbour.

Shlokas from Indian tradition, trans. with critical introduction