2 edition of Sarvajna found in the catalog.
K. B. Prabhu Prasad
On the life and works of Sarvajña, fl. 1600, Kannada poet.
Bibliography: p. -66.
|Statement||K.B. Prabhu Prasad.|
|Series||Makers of Indian literature|
|LC Classifications||PL4659.S287 Z82 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||66 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||66|
|LC Control Number||87901999|
Sarvajña (Sanskrit for "all-knowing", Kannada: ಸರ್ವಜ್ಞ) was poet, moralist, philosopher and saint who is conjectured to have lived in the late 16th century in Karnataka, real name is inferred as Pushpadatta and his pseudonym as Sarvajna. He was a follower of Virashaiva fame is attributed to his pithy three-liner poems which are called tripadis. Sarvajna Vachanagalu: Artha Sahita by Venkata Subbaiha. our price , Save Rs. 0. Buy Sarvajna Vachanagalu: Artha Sahita online, free home delivery. ISBN: ,
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Sarvajna. Sarvajña was a sixteenth-century poet in the Kannada language. He is famous for his pithy three-lined poems which are called tripadis, "with three padas, three-liners", a form of Vachanas.
He is also referred to as Sarvagna in modern translation. In all. Sarvajna says-- "Neither did you donate nor did you prayed, effectively!. Scolding lord Shiva for being indifferent, doesn't make him - serve pan cakes." Needless to explain once again Here poet's word "pray" means "work".
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ethical and religious issues. A number of riddles are also attributed to Sarvajna. Channappa Uttangi was awarded the Kannada Sahitya Sammelana prize in for his groundbreaking work on Sarvajna. Some Examples Being a monk, he says how he became an "all-knower" in one of his tripadi.
Sarvajna-nembuvanu garvadind-adanvane. Sarvajna poems, quotations and biography on Sarvajna poet page. Read all poems of Sarvajna and infos about Sarvajna. Sarvajña (Sanskrit for "all-knowing", Kannada: ಸರ್ವಜ್ಞ) was a Kannada poet, Pragmatist and Philosopher.
Sarvajña was a Kannada poet and philosopher of the 16th century. He is famous for his three-lined vacanas or poems called ‘tripadi’.
His poems deal with a variety of subjects ranging from philosophy and devotion to ethical guidelines and useful nuggets for daily living. Nithin Sridhar in this paper explores the philosophical teachings of Sarvajña, especially his views on īśvara, māyā.
Vedic civilization stands on three core foundations: ® The seat of knowledge and philosophy that preserves the Vedic wisdom e.g.
Mahanirvani Peetha, Madurai Adeenam. ® Sacred Arts and Architecture e.g. temples, kingdoms. ® The seat of language – the perfect, most refined linguistic expression of the Truth.
e.g. Kashi in North India (Samskrit) and Tamil Sangam in South India (Tamil. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Sarvajna vachanas by Sarvajña,Cannappa Uttaṅgi edition, Microform in Kannada - Tiddida hosa :.
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