Humanities: Recent submissions

  • Swastika, R. (International Conference on Sanskrit Studies, 2017 Department of Sanskrit, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    The Ramayana is one of the great Indian epic written by Valmiki. In Sanskrit literature it is known as Adi-Kavya and the writer Adi-Kavi. This Ramayana contains the history of Rama and royal tradition in 24,000 verses and ...
  • Rev Sangabopura Akhila. (International Conference on Sanskrit Studies, 2017 Department of Sanskrit, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    Buddhism introduced to Sri Lanka in the 3rdcentury BC and it was established as Theravada orVibhajjavādi, based on Mahavihāra at Anuradhapura. A number of monks separated from Mahavihāra and started a new tradition as ...
  • Opatha Samitha Thero. (International Conference on Sanskrit Studies, 2017 Department of Sanskrit, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    In ancient vedicear the divinity was imposed for many natural objects.under these circumstances vedic people were unintentionally stimulated to worship Goddess aport from gods.It can be understood by discovering the Rigvedha ...
  • Wijerathna, W.M. (International Conference on Sanskrit Studies, 2017 Department of Sanskrit, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    The beginning of Buddhism happend in India in 6th century B.C.E. Buddhism arose with analysing the social situation existed in that era and Buddhism propagated very soon because of eternal realities endowed by Buddhism ...
  • Madhusani, A.M.G.R. (International Conference on Sanskrit Studies, 2017 Department of Sanskrit, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    The soil testing is the first and foremost requirement for the construction of any type of building. Various types of soil testing techniques have been introduced by Vāstu scholars. Those techniques are to be utilized to ...
  • Ketawala Samitha thero. (International Conference on Sanskrit Studies, 2017 Department of Sanskrit, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    The home gains a basic sage among all the other necessities of the man. The architecture is use to build this house without enplane astrological errors. No one can initially say when was this mansions subject be done. As ...
  • Kumari, J. D.; Charanga, J.M.N.M. (International Conference on Sanskrit Studies, 2017 Department of Sanskrit, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    There was some sort of media to express ideas, emotions & feelings of humans with the origin of mankind. It has been proved by linguistically that letters were originated with the evolution ofthese expressive media.Brahmi ...
  • Mawathagama Sugunasaralankara. (International Conference on Sanskrit Studies, 2017 Department of Sanskrit, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    In the Pāli language, there are three grammatical traditions. They are Kaccāyana, Saddhanīti and Moggallāna. These grammatical traditions were appeared after the commentarial period. Before these traditions, the commentators ...
  • Diddeniya, C.V. (International Conference on Sanskrit Studies, 2017 Department of Sanskrit, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    Buddhism has its origin in India and spread into other nearby countries. In 372, Korea received Buddhist teachings. As a result, the two main philosophical schools of the Mahayana, the Mādhyamaka and the Yogācāra can be ...
  • Bairwa, G. (International Conference on Sanskrit Studies, 2017 Department of Sanskrit, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    The key question of Sanskrit aesthetics has explored the essence of literature not on the ground of form or content but also on the mind and emotions. The Rasa Sidhhant has mapped very basic of mind and emotion in psychological ...
  • Wageeshani, L.B.J. (International Conference on Sanskrit Studies, 2017 Department of Sanskrit, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    Identity Theme is a concept which is developed by Norman Holland (1927-) to analyze the reader's responses towards a literary text. As mentioned by Holland, every individual has a unique unchanging core that guides all his ...
  • Padmasiri, H. (International Conference on Sanskrit Studies, 2017 Department of Sanskrit, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    Alphabet of “Heluwa” (Sinhala language), consists of two major divisions as “Panakuru/mKl=re” and “Malakuru/u<l=re”. “Swara shastra” includes 22 different systems that provide numerical values to these letters based on ...
  • Nawarathne, R. M. S. S. (International Conference on Sanskrit Studies, 2017 Department of Sanskrit, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    Kathasarithsagaraya which was written by Somadewa was accepted as a last step of Bruhath story which belongs to Peishawi language. The aim of this book was to deliver a bundle of stories with simple format. The author had ...
  • Weragoda, S. (International Conference on Sanskrit Studies, 2017 Department of Sanskrit, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    Priority has been given to Kalidasa when investigating the literature of cultural poetries. He lived in the glorious age of mysterious culture which was identified as the revival period of mysterious culture. Poetries ...
  • Premakumara, S. P. S.G. (International Conference on Sanskrit Studies, 2017 Department of Sanskrit, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    The Padyachinthāmani composed by Kakunewela Sri PiyarathanaThero is accepted by scholars to be a great epic written in accordance with the rules presented by critics of Sanskrit.The great epic consists of thousand and sixty ...
  • Padmasiri, H. (International Conference on Sanskrit Studies, 2017 Department of Sanskrit, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    “Hora” remains as a vital component among the three components (“Skanda”) of astrology, while in certain cases astrology itself is known as “Hora Shastra”. Even though majority attempts to define “Hora” as the combination ...
  • JayaniSameera, M.A.G. (International Conference on Sanskrit Studies, 2017 Department of Sanskrit, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    Spoken form is the basic nature of a language. Written form of a language has been used by man to transmit his knowledge and experiences to the next generation.Phonetically produced sounds are converted into a visualized ...
  • Amarasinghe, P.; Attapattu, D.N. (International Conference on Sanskrit Studies, 2017 Department of Sanskrit, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    The word Dharma has derived from the Sanskrit root “dhr”, which stands for the sustainability and preservation. Dharma plays a vital role in the center of Hinduism. The Aryan invasion the applicability of the term Dharma ...
  • Panawala Dhammadhaja Thero. (International Conference on Sanskrit Studies, 2017 Department of Sanskrit, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    The classical Sanskrit language has sixty-four characters, according to Panini. It has pluta‘ilu’ (3 matras) and without the long character of ‘ilu’. He has been removed the long character of ‘ilu’ from the language because ...
  • De Silva, J. (International Conference on Sanskrit Studies, 2017 Department of Sanskrit, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    Among the basic requirements of translation, transferring the content and the sense of the source text is of paramount importance. On the other hand, being faithful to the style of the source text is equally important. ...

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