Development journey of post-independence Sanskrit ghazal

Authors

  • Dr.Arun Kumar Nishad Assistant Professor (Sanskrit Department) Mother Teresa Women's College, Katkakhanpur, Dwarikaganj, Sultanpur

Keywords:

Ghazal, Sanskrit ghazal writer and modern sentiments.

Abstract

The process of Sanskrit composition which started from the Vedic period is dynamic. It is the developed form of the literary stream that has been flowing continuously for thousands of years, which is still active till the twenty-first century. Pro. In the words of ‘Abhiraj’ Rajendra Mishra-
Gangev Bhuvam Paripavayate.
Gaurav Mahima Sanskrit Language ||
There is an inexhaustible storehouse of unique creations in this language. Not only does it hold a prominent place in world literature due to its antiquity, but due to being an incomparable means of spiritual practice, practical education and entertainment for the welfare of the people, it has gained wide fame and has also earned praise from the entire country openly. Scholars of all countries have unanimously accepted that Sanskrit is the oldest language in the world. The world's oldest book, Rigveda, is in this language. Every genre and scripture of literature is easily available in Sanskrit. Whatever genres of world literature are being written, everything is also in Sanskrit. After seeing and hearing all these things, McDonnell, Winternitz, Paul Dyson, Windish, Hertel, Max Muller, Theodore Aufrecht, H.H.Wilson, G.Grassmann, A.Ludwig, R.T.H. Griffith, Prof. Oldenburg, Longlva, Rudolf Rath, Geldner, Kaegi, Hillebrandt, Prof. Haug, Dr. Keith, Weber, R.V. Clayton, G.Gond, Louis Reno, Pichel, Colonel Jacob, G. Grasta Bloomfield, Calend, J. Scholars like Wackernagel etc. were also attracted towards it.
German scholar Max Muller has said – “Sanskrit is the greatest language in the world, the most wonderful and most powerful.”
Describing its importance, Sir William Jones has said – “Sanskrit is a wonderful language. “It is more complete than Greek, richer than Latin, and more refined than any other language.”

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Published

2023-09-30

How to Cite

Development journey of post-independence Sanskrit ghazal. (2023). Knowledgeable Research: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 2(02), 33-50. https://knowledgeableresearch.com/index.php/1/article/view/154

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