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There is no equivalent of the literary tradition created in India on earth. This is a factual, historical fact. Multiple sections of this tradition again; The development of each trend is coordinated. The beginning of the main stream is from the Vedas; Upanishads after the Vedas; Then history (or two epics – the Ramayana and the Mahabharata) then the Puranas – the great myth, the mythology,and so on.This is the world’s first well-known collection of fiction, including the mainstream parallel to the mainstream,Gunadhy’s extinct “Brihatkatha” (part of which was Somdev’s “Kathasarit Sagar”).The first collection of light and ideological stories is “Jatakamala” and the first collection of proverbial and general knowledge-rich discourses is “Panchatantra”.
The confluence of mythology and history is the third chapter – the ancient legend. Many of those significant legends (such as Savitri-Satyaban, Shakuntala-Dusmanta, Nal-Damyanti and Raja Harishchandra Upakhyan) have become part of the Mahabharata.
Outside of these three categories is another great, meaningful trend – one that is not legally compiled or recorded. In a special sense it is a folk tale, but not in a general sense.These are the stories of the Guru, the Acharya, the saints.If one of them is illuminated by spiritual light, the other may be rich in deep psychological knowledge or a sharp inner vision sharpened.For centuries, all these stories have generally guided curious people, consoled defeat in life-struggles, and revealed the many complexities of life in the face of curiosity, the innumerable forces that govern or influence man.
|Binding Type||Hard Cover|
|Edition||1st Edition-15th Edition|
|Book Dimention||Packaging approx in cm – 15x22x1|
|Printing||Sangeeta Printers, Cuttack|
|Layout Design||Vidyashree DTP Center, Cuttack|