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Animals and Birds in Sanskrit Literature

By: Gauri Mahulikar(Author)
Animals and Birds in Sanskrit Literature
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  • Animals and Birds in Sanskrit Literature ISBN: 9788183152778 Hardback Aug 2016 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Language: English

Animals and Birds in Sanskrit Literature is an outcome of a National seminar organized by the Sanskrit Department of Mumbai Univeristy in September 2014 on Mrgapaksisastra: A Scientific and Literary Study. In addition to the papers presented in the seminar few more were invited from scholars. An attempt has been made to bring together information pertaining to important animals and birds mentioned in the Sanskrit scientific as well as classical literature.

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By: Gauri Mahulikar(Author)
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