Today, I chanced upon the Sambhava Parva of the Mahabharata while trying to track down some Nakshatra information. I found a lot of interesting information with which I created the page on Sukra and updated several pages that I already created.
- Sukracharya : He was one of the ancestors of Sri Krishna, his daughter Devayani was the mother of Yadu. He was a son-in-law of Indra. He was the author Sukra Niti and quoted by Chanakya. He knew the art and science of Sanjivini.
(these last two contain links to well-written articles, my analysis and explanation is pending)
- Bhrgu (Bhrigu, Bhrugu)
- Viswakarma, Nala, Purochana
- Tat Tvam Asi : I have translated/summarised Tat and Tvam based on Sankara’s VakyaVritti. I need more time to understand an explain the identity!
Meenakshi Krishna has submitted a link on Thyagaraja Keerthanas and their translations: http://meenakshikrishna.wordpress.com/category/sri-tyagaraja-keerthanalu/
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