Personality Development in Sanskrit Literature
|K. B. Archak
|268 (Throughout Black and White Illustrations)
The work 'Personality Development in Sanskrit Literature' is a significant glimpse of research papers presented in the National Seminar organized during March 2011, at Karnataka University, Dharwad. It consists of twenty-two papers throwing light on many aspects of personality development. This work provides the candid and relevant thoughts on how one should develop oneself first and the society then, on the basis of authoritative Vedic texts. And the statements adduced to illustrate the important points on personality from classical texts are in full agreement with Vedic views.
Born on 16th September 1954 in a family of Vedic tradition, Dr. K. B. Archak combines in himself a background of traditional shastric learning with higher position in the field of modern University Education.
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