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अत्तुमम्ब तव पाकमद्भुतं वाञ्छितं स्म करपञ्चकं मम । अश्म-केश-तृणशोधनाय य- त्ताडनार्थमुदरास्ययोरपि ॥ Dvyaṅguḻi Śrīnivāsacārya was a Sanskrit scholar who lived in the province of Mysore in the early decades of the 20th century. He was known for his strange mannerisms. He had lost all the fingers on his hands except two and had earned

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बालोऽहं जगदानन्द न मे बाला सरस्वती । अपूर्णे पञ्चमे वर्षे वर्णयामि जगत्त्रयम् ॥ Over the centuries, Sarasiva, a small village in Mithila, has been the home to many great scholars, well versed in as many as six shastras. In the 14th century, there was a father-son duo that dominated the scene: The father Bhavanathamishra

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Vijayadashami – the victory on the tenth day – is when Rama killed Ravana. While the victory of Rama over Ravana was a great one, greater still are the several personal battles he fought and emerged victorious. Being the elder son, he was the natural choice for being the king,

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निरर्थकं जन्मगतं नलिन्या यया न दृष्टं तुहिनांशुबिम्बम् । उत्पत्तिरिन्दोरपि निष्फलैव कृता विनिद्रा नलिनी न येन ॥ Once, in the Pravarapura district of Kashmir, there lived a couple: Jyeshthakalasha and Nagaradevi. They had a son named Bilhana, who grew up to be a poet par excellence. Wanting to showcase his talents, Bilhana toured the entire country.

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