Gleaning from the Ancient Indian Phonetics” Present a comprehensive analysis of science of phonetics completely extracted from the essence of siksas, explanatory and regulative text of pronunciation of Vedic mantras by which the layman gets a clear view of pada, varna, matra, bala, sama, and Santana. The author has intently looked into the phonetical patterns and substances of each and every siksas ascribed to four Vedas, again she tries of explain the specific standard of recitations of Vedic stotras with utmost accuracy and clarity. It discusses specifically siksas of Yajurveda, its principles, comparative analysis and its application with certain indication of gestures. The author has traversed the relevant areas of modern phonetics, significantly aims at expressing the importance of ranga, nada, nasikya, yama, enumeration of svarabhakti, and many other topics in a befitting manner. Thus it is source of instruction directing and measuring the utterance of Vedic mantras with proper degree of pitches and sweet rhythmic sounds. It certainly judges every parameters of pronunciation gleaned from ancient Indian phonetics. This work definitely contributes a lot in the traditional ways of chanting the mantras following the suitable rules and regulation of siksas in the flawless process. Thus, it may offer a novel procedure or act as a brilliant guide for scholarly Vedic reciters to put forth a modern-socio-cultural scenario on an objective through phonetic patterns undoubtedly sourced out from ancient phonetics.
Gleanings from The Ancient Indian Phonetics
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR Manaswini Sarangi
Dr. Manaswini Sarangi, M.A. L.L.B., Ph.D. in Sanskrit on “A Comparative study of Yajurvedic siksas”, presently works as a guest lecture in PG Department of Sanskrit, Utkal University, Vani Vihar, Bhubaneswar. She possesses consistently brilliant first class academic career, worked as an advocate and income-tax consultant from 2000-10. In the year 2006, she received her doctorate degree and decided to change her and joined as a guest lecture in the department of “Human consciousness and Yogi science” under Utkal University, Vani Vihar. Now she works as a guest lecture in Sanskrit Department, Utkal University, Vani Vihar. During her school days she had been awarded as the “all-rounder” for her scholastic academic performances. In 2004, she received an award for “Best Secretary” for her outstanding extracurricular activities in WTO (Women of Telecom Organization) from CGMT, BSNL Odisha, while doing legal practices she also availed another two brilliant awards like “Sajan” award on behalf of “Sanatan-Samajvad-Sanskrit-Samsthan”. In 2006, she achieved the most honourable award “Best Women Organiser” from Rajiv Gandhi Forum-Odisha “Rajiv Gandhi Sadbhawana award” in 2007 for her excellent social activities for the society poor and downtrodden. Apart from this, she has delivered two-three research papers in regional and national journal, attended and participated in more than ten to twelve sessions of seminars with presentation of original research papers.
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