sastra


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sastra

(ˈʃɑːstrə)
n
(Hinduism) a variant spelling of shastra
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Finally, I will turn to the ways that Gaurana pushes beyond sastra to the authority of exceptional poetic practitioners.
(29.) Both Khin Sok and David Chandler have made a study of the Sastra Ibaek roba khsat phendey Outeyreachea Ang Chan (Khin 2002; Chandler 2008, pp.
The Sastra Pratibha title winners, among 11,074 students from six Bahrain schools, received their trophies and certificates from Mr Sinha and Dr Yadav.
He is presently a member of School of Mechanical Engineering, SASTRA teaching faculty in the capacity of a senior assistant professor.
Through this association, Tata Communications and SASTRA, which ranks among the top 300 universities in Asia [i] , have built a curriculum in cyber security with a focus on training, developing and strengthening the practical application of cyber security, encompassing the process and technology elements of cyber threat detection and mitigation.
'Prior to the grand finale, a series of inter-school science competitions such as digital symposium, debate, science skits, on-the-spot science projects, photography, science project presentation by the teachers will also be held on May 11.' Karanavar added, 'Along with the Science India Fiesta, we have been also organising the Sastra Pratibha contest since 2004.'
Swamy wrote that "therefore the Government can bring an Ordinance (for subsequent passage of Bill in Parliament) on the ownership of Ram Janmabhoomi land (presently nationalised by, and in the custody of the Union Government) and thus pass a law to handover the Ram Janmabhoomi land to an eminent body of religious leaders, especially well versed in Agama Sastra, with a direction to build a Ram Temple on the Ram Janmabhoomi".
He has been teaching at BITS Pilani from 2006 and prior to that he had taught at SRM University Chennai and SASTRA Thanjavur.
While Banaras gave her the theory, the literary and primary sources, and her trips across the country exposed her to architecture, sculpture and painting, her training in actual dance allowed her to make the bridge between theory and practice, sastra and prayoga, and between tradition and modernity.
This study was supported by SASTRA University R&M funding (SASTRA/ R&M/ 0028/ SoME-005/ 2012-13).