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Publisher: Amaryllis (6 November 2020); HarperCollins India Private Limited,
Hardcover: 288 pages
Item Weight: 739 g
Dimensions: 20 x 14 x 4 cm
Review:- Sanskrit Non-Translatables is a path-breaking and audacious attempt at Sanskritizing the English language and enriching it with powerful Sanskrit words. It continues the original and innovative idea of nontranslatability of Sanskrit, first introduced in the book, Being Different
About the Author:- Rajiv Malhotra is a world-renowned researcher, author, speaker, and public intellectual on contemporary issues that relate to civilizations, spirituality, and science. His experience includes software development, being a Fortune 100 senior corporate executive, a strategic consultant, and a successful entrepreneur in IT and media industries. At the summit of his career, he globally controlled 20 technology companies. He retired at the age of 44 to work full-time in philanthropy, research, and public service. Rajiv founded Infinity Foundation in Princeton (USA) in 1994 and conducted original research in myriad fields, influencing thinkers worldwide.Rajiv’s works include The Battle for Sanskrit, Breaking India,Being Different,Indra’s Net, andAcademic Hinduphobia.Satyanarayana Dasa Babaji, PhD, is a Vaishnava scholar and practitioner. He is the founder of Jiva Institute of Vedic Studies, which promotes Vedic culture, philosophy, and Ayurveda through education. He has authored 15 books related to Indian culture and philosophy, and several important publications in many prestigious journals. Dr. Dasa serves as a visiting professor at the State University of New Jersey, Rutgers, and the American Hindu University. He was honored by the late president of India, Dr. Pranab Mukherjee, for his extraordinary contribution in presenting Vedic culture worldwide.
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