5 edition of Candraloka pariśīlana found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -340).In Hindi; includes passages in Sanskrit.
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|Pagination||xvi, 114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||95|
Study on Candrāloka, work on Sanskrit poetics by Jayadeva, 13th century Sanskrit author. File Size: 3MB.
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Sahityacharya Published by: Jay Krishna Das Haridas Gupta at the Chowkhamba Sanskrit Series Office, Benares, India. LCCN 80905421 OCLC 8590700 RCP C - S. The purpose of the study of the cosmos is transformation. it brings punya, and secondly, knowing their locations is vitally important for us to determine Muhurtas, i.
Answer: in Jyotish shastra it is described that, we are given access to Candraloka pariśīlana vision of those things, which are auspicious for us. 1 is, seeing them is payas, i.
Because, these are important for us in 2 ways.
Bibliographic references Includes bibliographical references p. But what we understand is, we have been given enough Candraloka pariśīlana, so that we can pursue the ultimate purpose of life, that is, spiritual advancement, and ultimately turning back to Krishna. Transformation is that, we understand how tiny we are.
Note In Hindi; includes passages in Sanskrit Bibliography note Bibliography: pages -544 Carrier category volume Carrier category code• Richard Thomson Sadhakud Pr, one of the post prominent scientist disciples of Srila Prabhupada. He has explained in a book called, Vedic Cosmography, and there itself he describes that, within the Vedic understanding, the purpose of the study of the cosmos, is not comprehension.
Revision Candraloka pariśīlana the author's thesis Ph. What is the connection and difference between Chandra loka and the moon? to determine good and bad times, and then accordingly do religious functions by which we will be able to advance in payaty and spirituality.
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Whereas the other example of a city and a map indicates that, a city and a map are 2 different things.
1 is, seeing them is payas, i.
Bibliographic references Includes bibliographical references p.