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Department of Sanskrit and Indica Today are organizing

An Instructive and Interactive session on Research Methodology and Writing Skills

with Prof. Dr. Gauri Mahulikar

on 30th October 2022, 9.30 am-3.00pm

Venue- Seminar Room, First floor, Ramakrishna Bajaj Sanskrit Bhavan, University of Mumbai, Santacruz east, Mumbai

Department of Sanskrit, University of Mumbai is organizing ‘Sanskrit Saptaha’ from 26th September 2022 to 29th September 2022

Online Lecture Series

26th September 2022- Dr. Abhiraj Rajendra Mishra

27th September 2022- Dr. Brajkoshore Swain

28th September 2022- Dr. Girish Nath Jha

29th September 2022- Kum. Shruti Kanitkar

Time- 3 PM to 5 PM., Venue- Online

Sanskrit Day Celebration– 1st October, 2022, Time-2.30 PM onwards, Venue- Ramakrishna Bajaj Sanskrit Bhavan, Vidyanagari, Santacruz (East), Mumbai

Interested candidates should register first through the following link-

https://forms.gle/QdUzA57tP6wMFYHk8

Department of Sanskrit, University of Mumbai organized a lecture of Dr. Pankaj Bhamburkar (Ph.d. Indology and Fine arts) on the occasion of Kalidas Din on 01st July 2022 at 3.p.m. He delivered lecture on the topic- “An Appreciation of paintings of the heroines in Malvikagnimitram and Abhidnyanshakuntalam”. Dr. Shakuntala Gawde presented the preamble. Smt.Shobha Sahasrabuddhe introduced the guest. Dr. Medha Deshpande compered the programme. Dr.Bhamburkar pointed out many essential key elements of Kalidas’s literature through the paintings.  Kalidasa was a Classical Sanskrit author who is often considered ancient India’s greatest poet and playwright. Dr. Bhamburkar explained the wonderful elements of Kalidas’s Malvikagnimitram and Abhidnyanshakuntalam with heroins of the analysis of paintings of Malavika and Shakuntala. While portraying Malavika, he has beautifully explained the term ‘Shithila Samadhi’ avastha. He pointed out the special features of Krishna mriga-mrigi, trisharta chataka, dayardra megha, Hamsa couple, Himalaya, Malini River, etc. through the paintings. He stated the Chitraprakara – Fourth, Middle and Background Chitras. He explained the motion and the constancy of pictures at the same time through the paintings of Kalidas very aptly. Mr.Ajay Pendse proposed vote of thanks.

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