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Foreword
I am very much happy to know that the book entitled: Reappraisal of Different Branches of Sanskrit Wisdom edited by our affectionate Dr. Chandan Bhattacharyya, Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Sanskrit, University of Gour Banga, Malda; W.B. is going to be released. The book consists of a few scholarly papers (presented in a seminal organized by the department) by different renowned scholars devoted to different aspects of Sanskrit wisdom.

It is very difficult to measure the wisdom of Sanskrit wisdom in a volume because it is just like an ocean. It is a pious Endeavour of the colleagues of the Sanskrit Department of GBU under the able guidance of the Head of the Department of Sanskrit and Honorable Vice-Chancellor Professor Gopal Chandra Mishra to provide a glimpse of such wisdom in a small canvas, though it is nothing but collecting stones sitting on the shore of the ocean of knowledge.

It is admitted by the Indians that it takes twelve years to be trained in grammar.

It is essential to know grammar for successful usages 01 language through which one can distinguish a perfect well- formed word from a corrupt word called apasabda. The marks of Indian wisdom are found in diverse areas like literature, rhetoric’s, philosophy, Vedic literature, vedangas, aesthetics, physical science, chemical science, medical science, surgery, smrtisastras etc. Considering the infinite range of Indian wisdom and the impossibility to go through all within the limited span life wise men think it appropriate to have the glimpses of all It reminds me a mantra of the Kenopanisad that an individual who does not claim to be knower, knows really. On the other hand, an individual who knows really does not claim to be a real knower. The impression of having absence of knowledge is possessed by a person who really knows while a knower who does not know at all bears an impression that he knows all Though the mantra is mentioned in the context of the knowledge of Brahman yet such statement can be extended to realm of infinite range of Indian wisdom and attitude of the knowledge claim.

Preface
It is a matter of pleasure for all of us that the volume of Seminar Proceedings of National Seminar organized by the Department of Sanskrit, University of Gour Banga on "Reappraisal of Different branches of Sanskrit wisdom" is being published in book form.

The sessions of this Seminar are divided into four principal groups- Veda, Kavya, Darsana and Grammar- Linguistic Studies of Sanskrit. It is therefore obvious that the entire areas of Sanskrit Studies is not only covered by this Seminar arranged during this short span of one day's time. There are many other branches of Sanskrit learning which invariably lie outside its purview. It should be borne in mind that Sanskrit is not a static language. All important aspects of Indian Culture flowing through different ages are reflected almost in totally in Sanskrit. To speak the truth, Sanskrit is India and Sanskrit is India. This is the main different between Sanskrit and other major classical languages of the world like Greek, Latin etc. Not only that, in spite of emergence of so many well-equipped modem Indian languages it has retained its continuity and growth almost parallel with them and established itself as a living language, It can be declared safely that Indian Counterpart of World Civilization is manifested solely in Sanskrit. Without consulting the works of different branches of learning written in Sanskrit nothing can be expressed thoroughly and accurately about India.

It is really a tedious work to see the volume through the press and we cordially extend our sincerest thanks to them, who have rendered their selfless service and support in different in different ways. First of all, I offer my heartfelt thanks to the Hon'ble Vice Chancellor of University. Professor Gopalchandra Misra, for his help, untiring support and valuable guidance in organizing the seminar. I· also offer my hearties gratitude to . . Prof. Subuddhi Charan Goswami, Ex-Dean and my revered Teacher of Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata for giving us his valuable suggestion and right direction. I also gratefully acknowledge the suggestion and cooperation received from Prof. Raghunath Ghost, Ex-Dean, North Bengal University who have agreed to write 'foreword' for this Volume with in a very small time. I am extremely grateful to my teacher Prof. Urinal Kanto ganguly, Asutosh Prof. of Calcutta University, Prof. Braja Kishore Swain, Prof. Biswanath Mukherjee, Burdwan University (Retd.), Prof. Sujata Purokayastha, Guahati University, Prof. Dipak Bhattacharya, Visva Bharati (Retd.), Prof. Taraknath Adhikari, R.U.B. , Dr. Parbati Chakraborti of Rabindra Bharati University and all other paper contributors of this book. I record my deepest appreciation and thanks to my colleagues and organizers Prof. Ajit Kumar Mondal, Sri Mrinal Chandra Das, Dr. Subhrajit Sen, Husna Parvin and Sri Anindya Chaudhury. Last but not the least, I offer my thanks to all the Teachers, officers and official staffs of our University who helped us in many way in organizing the seminar and publishing this volume.

Sri Abhoy Barman, the Proprietor of Sanskrit Book Depot. Kolkata is also deserves my special thanks as he took the responsibility of printing this book.

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Reappraisal of the Different Branches of Sanskritic Wisdom - Proceedings of the National Seminar

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Foreword
I am very much happy to know that the book entitled: Reappraisal of Different Branches of Sanskrit Wisdom edited by our affectionate Dr. Chandan Bhattacharyya, Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Sanskrit, University of Gour Banga, Malda; W.B. is going to be released. The book consists of a few scholarly papers (presented in a seminal organized by the department) by different renowned scholars devoted to different aspects of Sanskrit wisdom.

It is very difficult to measure the wisdom of Sanskrit wisdom in a volume because it is just like an ocean. It is a pious Endeavour of the colleagues of the Sanskrit Department of GBU under the able guidance of the Head of the Department of Sanskrit and Honorable Vice-Chancellor Professor Gopal Chandra Mishra to provide a glimpse of such wisdom in a small canvas, though it is nothing but collecting stones sitting on the shore of the ocean of knowledge.

It is admitted by the Indians that it takes twelve years to be trained in grammar.

It is essential to know grammar for successful usages 01 language through which one can distinguish a perfect well- formed word from a corrupt word called apasabda. The marks of Indian wisdom are found in diverse areas like literature, rhetoric’s, philosophy, Vedic literature, vedangas, aesthetics, physical science, chemical science, medical science, surgery, smrtisastras etc. Considering the infinite range of Indian wisdom and the impossibility to go through all within the limited span life wise men think it appropriate to have the glimpses of all It reminds me a mantra of the Kenopanisad that an individual who does not claim to be knower, knows really. On the other hand, an individual who knows really does not claim to be a real knower. The impression of having absence of knowledge is possessed by a person who really knows while a knower who does not know at all bears an impression that he knows all Though the mantra is mentioned in the context of the knowledge of Brahman yet such statement can be extended to realm of infinite range of Indian wisdom and attitude of the knowledge claim.

Preface
It is a matter of pleasure for all of us that the volume of Seminar Proceedings of National Seminar organized by the Department of Sanskrit, University of Gour Banga on "Reappraisal of Different branches of Sanskrit wisdom" is being published in book form.

The sessions of this Seminar are divided into four principal groups- Veda, Kavya, Darsana and Grammar- Linguistic Studies of Sanskrit. It is therefore obvious that the entire areas of Sanskrit Studies is not only covered by this Seminar arranged during this short span of one day's time. There are many other branches of Sanskrit learning which invariably lie outside its purview. It should be borne in mind that Sanskrit is not a static language. All important aspects of Indian Culture flowing through different ages are reflected almost in totally in Sanskrit. To speak the truth, Sanskrit is India and Sanskrit is India. This is the main different between Sanskrit and other major classical languages of the world like Greek, Latin etc. Not only that, in spite of emergence of so many well-equipped modem Indian languages it has retained its continuity and growth almost parallel with them and established itself as a living language, It can be declared safely that Indian Counterpart of World Civilization is manifested solely in Sanskrit. Without consulting the works of different branches of learning written in Sanskrit nothing can be expressed thoroughly and accurately about India.

It is really a tedious work to see the volume through the press and we cordially extend our sincerest thanks to them, who have rendered their selfless service and support in different in different ways. First of all, I offer my heartfelt thanks to the Hon'ble Vice Chancellor of University. Professor Gopalchandra Misra, for his help, untiring support and valuable guidance in organizing the seminar. I· also offer my hearties gratitude to . . Prof. Subuddhi Charan Goswami, Ex-Dean and my revered Teacher of Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata for giving us his valuable suggestion and right direction. I also gratefully acknowledge the suggestion and cooperation received from Prof. Raghunath Ghost, Ex-Dean, North Bengal University who have agreed to write 'foreword' for this Volume with in a very small time. I am extremely grateful to my teacher Prof. Urinal Kanto ganguly, Asutosh Prof. of Calcutta University, Prof. Braja Kishore Swain, Prof. Biswanath Mukherjee, Burdwan University (Retd.), Prof. Sujata Purokayastha, Guahati University, Prof. Dipak Bhattacharya, Visva Bharati (Retd.), Prof. Taraknath Adhikari, R.U.B. , Dr. Parbati Chakraborti of Rabindra Bharati University and all other paper contributors of this book. I record my deepest appreciation and thanks to my colleagues and organizers Prof. Ajit Kumar Mondal, Sri Mrinal Chandra Das, Dr. Subhrajit Sen, Husna Parvin and Sri Anindya Chaudhury. Last but not the least, I offer my thanks to all the Teachers, officers and official staffs of our University who helped us in many way in organizing the seminar and publishing this volume.

Sri Abhoy Barman, the Proprietor of Sanskrit Book Depot. Kolkata is also deserves my special thanks as he took the responsibility of printing this book.

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