4 edition of Ramendrasundar Trivedi found in the catalog.
On Rāmendrasundara Tribedī, 1864-1919, essayist, scientist, and philosopher.
|LC Classifications||PK1729.T7 Z78 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||165 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||165|
|LC Control Number||88906040|
Aurobindo Ghose pierced the veil of Vedic mysticism during the second decade of this century. His line was followed up by masters like Nolinikanta Gupta, Kapali Shastri and others. Simultaneously, Swami Pratyagatmananda revealed the Vedic vision of Sound in Japasutram and the deep scientific basis of Veda in Ved-O-Vijnan; and Ramendrasundar Trivedi laid bare the symbolism of Vedic ritual in. Title: Foretelling Widowhoos Author Name: Mridula Trivedi and T.P. Trivedi Categories: Astrology, India, Publisher: New Delhi, India, Motilal Banarsidass Publishers.
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Buy Ramendrasundar Trivedi (Makers of Indian literature) by Sarkar, Ramatosh (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Ramatosh Sarkar. system of education of the rasundar Trivedi, an educationist by profession and a patriot by nature delineated a full and complete scheme of education for India suited to his time.
Key words: Mass Education, Vedic system, Indigenous Education Introduction Ramendrasundar was a student or Science and also a teacher of Science. The eleven thinkers whose perspectives are elaborated in this volume are Krishna Chandra Bhattacharya, Sri Aurobindo, Binoy Kumar Sarkar, Manabendra Nath Roy,Balaram Hadi, Ramendrasundar Trivedi, Muhammad Iqbal, Debendranath Tagore, Keshub Chandra Sen, Sister Nivedita Iswar Chandra Vidyasagar.
Ramendrasundar Trivedi (Makers of Indian literature) by Ramatosh Sarkar, Sahitya Akademi Unknown, 72 Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / The years of publication for these six volumes are respectively (the first impression having b.
Book Source: Digital Library of India Item : Trivedi, Ramendrasundar, ioned. In his lengthy introduction to the volume by Ramendrasundar Trivedi, a folk enthusiast, stated that “the book marked a radical endeavour in the literature of Bengal” in that it had pioneered an excavation of “the bones of history” that were buried in these rural rhymes.
Title: Ramendrasundar Trivedi Author Name: Ramatosh Sarkar Categories: India, Language and Literature, Edition: First Edition Publisher: New Delhi, Sahitya Akademi: ISBN: ISBN Seller ID: Keywords: Ramendrasundar Trivedi Ramatosh Sarkar.
Bangiya Sahitya Parishat Library was established in ( BS) mainly at the inspiration of Acharya Ramendrasundar Trivedi. The library, which started with a handful of books donated by a few authors, publishers, editors of periodicals and well-wishers has now in its collection 1,01, books. The list included illustrious names like Jagadish Chandra Bose, Ramendrasundar Trivedi, Shibnath Shastri, Ramananda Chattopadhyay, Upendrakishore Raychaudhuri, Yogindranath Sarkar, Dinendrakumar Ray and Ram Bramha Sanyal among many others.
The book became portable and thus conveniently readable with the development of printing. It thus became a friend of man, easily to be possessed. Ramendrasundar Trivedi expressed the same. Ramendra Sundar Trivedi died on 6 June at Kolkata in West Bengal.
Writing career. Ramendra Sundar was a polymath who wrote on a host of themes, including popular science and the philosophy of science. His first articles appeared in the periodical 'Navajiban'.Died: 6 June (aged 54), Calcutta.
Ramendrasundar Trivedi expressed the same opinion in his essay Mahakavyer Lakshman. Towards the end of the World War I, Oswald Spengler urged man not to write poetry in his The Decline of the West, but to produce machines instead.
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The library, which started with a handful of books donated by a few authors, publishers, editors of periodicals and well-wishers essay editer has now in its collection 1,01, books journals.1 Ramendrasundar Trivedi’s obituary on Rajanikanta Gupta in Sahitya, 11yr, Jaishtha, B.S.
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