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४ ऋततत्त्वे त्रिचतुरर्थच्छायाविच्छित्तयः सन्तीव भान्ति— जगति विद्यमानः कश्चन क्रमो काचन व्यवस्था वा। अवश्यम्भावी कर्म-फलसम्बन्धः, ऋणि-ऋणसम्बन्धश्च। यतो हि कारणे सति कार्यं भवितव्यमेव; यथा मूले सत्यङ्कुरास्तित्वम्। सति कर्मशेषे शुभाशुभप्राप्तिसम्भावनेव च। स्वभावविकासः—सर्वेषु जीविषु सर्वेष्वपि च भूतेषु कश्चन गुणसञ्चयो गर्भीकृतः। स एव तस्य नैजो धर्मः। अनादिरसौ नैजधर्मस्तु जीवस्य जन्मान्तरसरण्यां प्राप्तपरिणाम-विपरिणामो जागर्ति। अस्य वृद्धिः पादपस्येव नैसर्गिकी।

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Srinivasa Murthy was a born rasika (connoisseur). Being a rasika presupposes a penchant to search for splendour in every aspect of life and to enjoy the splendour present in them. This natural quality in Murthy blossomed in the field of literature on the one hand and on the other, it

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Many people have pointed out our blind emulation of the English language, culture, and people; this tendency of blindly imitating the west has also been ridiculed. Emulation—which has the basis of understanding—is fine; it is the blind emulation that is unpardonable. Yet the demonic cult has been growing, unstoppable. Particularly in

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ಅಸಮದಲಿ ಸಮತೆಯನು ವಿಷಮದಲಿ ಮೈತ್ರಿಯನು । ಅಸಮಂಜಸದಿ ಸಮನ್ವಯ ಸೂತ್ರ ನಯವ ॥ ವೆಸನಮಯ ಸಂಸಾರದಲಿ ವಿನೋದವ ಕಾಣ್ಬ । ರಸಿಕತೆಯೆ ಯೋಗವಲೊ - ಮಂಕುತಿಮ್ಮ ॥ To find equality in disparity, harmony in oddities, A gentle strand of reconciling strife, To find joy in the melancholy of worldly existence – This attitude of refined taste verily is Yoga – Mankutimma Given the vast expanse

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In 1957, the Central Government constituted a commission under the leadership of renowned linguist Dr. Suniti Kumar Chatterji. Great scholars like Dr. V Raghavan, Panditaraja V S Ramachandra Shastri, and Prof. S K De were its members. The findings of mega report – comprising more than three hundred pages prepared by the

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“Dharmaprakasha” Sajjan Rao's [i] home named, “Lakshmi Nivasa” is located opposite the North East side of the Venkataramana Swamy Temple at the Bangalore Fort. The verandah of that house sported the photographs of some Sadhus and Sants. Among these photographs was that of an Avadhoota[ii] named Mahadeva Sastri. Although I have seen

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