Sanskrit Text Repository

Sanskrit Text Repository

Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts

Alankara, Bhagavad Gita, Bhakti-rasa, Caritamrita, Chandas, Darsana, Kama-Sastra, Kavya, Nataka, Purana, Sangita, Stotra, Tantra And Pancaratra, Upanisad, Vyakarana, and Yoga


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IGNCA: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts Sanskrit

Kavya is a Sanskrit literary style that originated in India around 200 BCE and flourished until 1200 CE. It is characterized by the use of elaborate figures of speech, such …


IGNCA: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts Sanskrit

Kavya is a Sanskrit literary style that originated in India around 200 BCE and flourished until 1200 CE. It is characterized by the use of elaborate figures of speech, such …


IGNCA: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts Sanskrit

Kavya is a Sanskrit literary style that originated in India around 200 BCE and flourished until 1200 CE. It is characterized by the use of elaborate figures of speech, such …


IGNCA: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts Sanskrit

Stotra refers to a hymn, prayer, or devotional composition that is dedicated to praising and glorifying a deity or a revered figure in Hinduism.Stotras are an integral part of devotional …


IGNCA: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts Sanskrit

Sangita, also spelled as Sangeeta, is a term that encompasses the arts of music, dance, and drama in traditional Indian culture.It is a comprehensive term that signifies the integration of …


IGNCA: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts Sanskrit

Darsana is a Sanskrit term that refers to the Indian philosophical systems or schools of thought.It is derived from the root word "dṛś,"meaning "to see"or "to perceive,"and it signifies the …


IGNCA: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts Sanskrit

Sangita, also spelled as Sangeeta, is a term that encompasses the arts of music, dance, and drama in traditional Indian culture.It is a comprehensive term that signifies the integration of …


IGNCA: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts Sanskrit

There are several important Sanskrit texts that form the foundation of the yogic tradition and provide guidance on various aspects of yoga practice, philosophy, and spirituality.These texts elucidate the principles, …


IGNCA: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts Sanskrit

Stotra refers to a hymn, prayer, or devotional composition that is dedicated to praising and glorifying a deity or a revered figure in Hinduism.Stotras are an integral part of devotional …


IGNCA: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts Sanskrit

The Puranas are a collection of ancient Hindu texts that contain mythological and historical narratives, genealogies, cosmology, philosophy, and religious teachings.They are considered an important part of Hindu scripture and …