The Indian Review  December  1953
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The Indian Review December 1953




NOTE : —Passengers may undertake any one of the Four tours by starting the journey from any station on the Southern Railway situated on the route of the tour but passengers from stations which are outside the route of any of tho above tours can purchase the Standard Round Tour Tickets by applying to the nearest station situated on the route of the tour at least 10. [...] The main object of this invaluable publication is to present in simple English some of the works of Sri Sankaracharya in which he tried to expound in a popular style the philosophy of the non-dualistic Vedanta of which he was the well-known founder. [...] It is however hoped that the juxta-position of the Sanskrit text and the English translation will serve the double object of enabling the student of Sanskrit to understand the text better and to correct by a reference to the text any defect of expression in the translation as an inevitable result of the attempt to grab it in a popular style. [...] also all the important episodes in the life of the Lord Krishna—the killing of Kamsa the marriage of Rukmini the story of Kuchela the famous discourse to Uddhava the passing of the Lord and the salvation of King Parikshit. [...] also be just as ignorant of the problems There is no doubt that the centre of old of his own province as he is of the problems Maharashtra was Paithan on the Godavari - of other provinces Now Maharashtra is river which is now in the Nizam's domone of the provinces in the offing.

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