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Sri Ram Janam Bhoomi Prana Pratisha Article Competition winners

Rāmāyaṇa where ideology and arts meet narrative and historical context by Prof. Nalini Rao

Rāmāyaṇa tradition in northeast Bhārat by Virag Pachpore


From Hindupedia, the Hindu Encyclopedia

By Jit Majumdar and Himanshu Bhatt

  1. Place for oblations or worship by priests
  2. A sage born from Brahmā who acquired Agni from the sea and the husband of Śānti and Citti;[1] the name of the fourth Veda also known as Ātharvāńgirasa. Also spelled ‘atharvaņa’.
  3. The son of Atharva, Dadich Ṛṣi married Sarasvati Devi and hence was born Ṛṣi Sārasvata,[2] from whom the Sarasvatā Brahmans descends.


  1. Atharvaveda
  2. Gods, Heroes and their Story Tellers: Intangible cultural heritage of South India By V. Hari Saravanan