Prasrtih: Kinnaurabhumau

Prasrtih: Kinnaurabhumau

by Vivek Sharma

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781512139327
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/11/2015
Pages: 74
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.18(d)

About the Author

Vivek Sharma was born in May 3rd 1984 in Ambala Cantonment, Haryana, India. He was second son of his parents. His mother Bhima Sharma is a house maker while his father Mahi Dhar Sharma was a Lecturer in Government Sanskrit College Solan, of Himachal Pradesh, India.
In a classical traditional family set up, he learnt basics of Philosophy, Theology, Poetics, Grammar and Indian Astrology in his childhood.
From the age of seven he got modern education in M. R. A. D. A. V. Public school, Solan in English medium. At the age of sixteen he started studying Classical Sanskrit language and literature in Government Sanskrit College Solan. At the age of seventeen his father expired. At the age of twenty two he assisted his teacher Pandit Vidya dutt Sharma in Vedic and tantrika rituals.
Doctor Ramamkant Angiras ex. Professor of Sanskrit Department of Panjab University, directed him for the study of classical Saktatantra as doctoral research work. Professor Shankarji Jha of Sanskrit Department of Panjab University was his supervisor in doctoral research work. After completing his Doctorate degree in 2012, now he is an employee in department of higher education, Government of Himachal Pradesh and is currently posted as Assistant Professor of Sanskrit in Thakur Sen Negi Government college, Reckong Peo, Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh, India.
As a scholar he specializes in classical Indian Philosophy, Theology, Grammar, Poetics and Indian Astrology. His research interests include linguistics, socio-cultural and theological studies with special focus on trans west Himalayan regions.
His major research works are study on imagery of Godess Kali (a research paper published in 2012) and a survey report on village kalpa in kinnaur submitted in 2014.
He is a life member of All India Oriental Conference.
Currently his research project focuses on Sambandhatattva: the concept of relation in classical Indian schools of Philosophy and Theology with a comparative concern over consciousness and cognition.
He has participated in Induction Training (SCERT) and Orientation course (Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India).
As a Sanskrit poet his first poetry collection in Sanskrit language - 'Saa: Kinnaurbhumau (Vivek - perception and destination)' published in November 2014.
He is much focused on revival of Sanskrit language with his literary writings and making innovative changes. His style of non-metrical poems with one word in a single line, makes his poetry very special.

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