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[Reproduced from http://atributetosankaradeva.org with thanks]


Jaya Guru Sankara / sarva-gunākara / 

yākeri nāhike upām:
Tohāri caranaka / renu satakoti /
bāreka karoho pranām.... more

Admin Feb 23 '12

The term nayika or heroine is widely used in the world of fine arts and the concept finds application in films, dance, painting & sculpture and drama.... more

mallika kandali Feb 19 '12 · Rate: 5

[Adapted from http://atributetosankaradeva.org with thanks] 

Chapter 'Haramohana' (2nd Kirttana)
Pada

 Namo Namo Madhava vidhira vidhidata

Tumi Jagatara gati-mati pita mata

Tumi paramatma jagatara esha eka

Eku bastu nahike tumaka byatireka-9

Tumi karya karana samasta sarasara... more

Admin Feb 8 '12

by Gauri Sankar Borah

Lord Krishna must have been the first to use the word Sarana (lit., shelter) for initiation in Geeta (18/66). But we feel that Srimanta Sankaradeva's use and application of it was quite his own. It is as appropriate as it is unique. ... more

Admin Feb 6 '12 · Rate: 5 · Tags: sarana, guru, deva, nama, bhakata

by Dr. Sanjib Kumar Borkakoti

Srimanta Sankaradeva (1449-1568 AD), the patron saint of the Assamese people was a social reformer besides being the founder of a new religious order Eka Sarana Nama Dharma. He used the tool of culture to preach his socio-religious ideology.... more

By Nagen Dutta

Four ways of reaching Truth, as recognized in Indian tradition are : Bhakti yoga, Karma yoga, Jnana yoga and Raja yoga. ... more

Admin Jan 26 '12 · Tags: bhakti marg
Dr Sanjib Kumar Borkakoti

Art is a way of expressing one’s ideas in aesthetically appealing forms. These include sculptures, paintings, masks, carvings, murals, illustrations etc. It was therefore quite natural that Srimanta Sankaradeva, the father of Assamese literature and culture used this medium to a large extent for his proselytizing activities.... more

by Nataraj Das

The Prelude:

 The Bhortaal Nritya is one of the unique creations of Barpeta Sattra.... more

Nataraj Das Jan 10 '12 · Comments: 4
 Dr Pona Mahanta

 
The history of regular Assamese drama and theatre began with Srimanta Sankaradeva (1449-1568 AD). He wrote and produced plays nearly five centuries ago when classical Sanskrit drama was at a low ebb and when Shakespeare was not even born.... more
Admin Jan 10 '12 · Rate: 4 · Comments: 1 · Tags: theatre, srimanta sankaradeva, ankiya play, bhaona, sutradhara

by Dr Sanjib Kumar Borkakoti

           The North East India was known for different ethnic conflicts when Srimanta Sankaradeva was born here in the fifteenth century. Those ethnic groups were Karbi, Ahom, Kachari, Chutiya, Naga, Manipuri Meitei, Koch, Mising,... more

পুৰুষোত্তম ঠাকুৰ 


জয় জয় বটদ্ৰৱা বৈকুন্ঠ দুতয়।

সেহি থানে নিজগুৰু ভৈলন্ত উদয়।।... more

Admin Dec 29 '11 · Rate: 5 · Comments: 1

                                                                      

The cultural assets created by Mahapurusha Srimanta Sankaradeva and Madhavadeva are precious. They are treasure house for Assamese community. Bargeet and Ankiya geet are two gems of that treasure.... more

by Hari Prasad Hazarika

The beginning of the twentieth century saw the onset of a different type of movement in Assam. It was a movement of search for truth, where some revolutionary intellectuals took the leadership.... more

Admin Dec 24 '11

by Dr Sanjib Kumar Borkakoti 

             Enactment of the Ankiya plays authored by Srimanta Sankaradeva and Madhavadeva is calledBhaona. Many plays have been written since then by different Assamese playwrights in the style of theAnkiya plays composed by these two doyens of Assamese literature and culture.... more

 by Dr Sanjib Kumar Borkakoti

     Srimanta Sankaradeva, the father of Assamese nation, was an extra-ordinary person, who excelled in almost all areas of knowledge. His contributions not only made the foundations of Assamese literature, culture and social structure, but also established the super-structures thereupon.... more

DR. MALLIKA KANDALI

             Sattriya dance has some distinctive foot work patterns, which are called bhariman or Khoj. Bhariman connotes the movements of either single or pair of feet. In Sattriya dance the entire process of application of feet is called bhariman or Khoj.... more

mallika kandali Dec 18 '11 · Rate: 5

Dr. Mallika Kandali

             All classical dance traditions of Indiahave evolved for themselves a structural pattern or grammar, whether oral or written, for its sustenance and transmission.... more

by Hiranmayee Das Gogoi

Borgeet is the unique creation of Srimanta Sankaradeva and his ardent disciple Sri Sri Madhabadeva.... more

Admin Dec 6 '11 · Rate: 5 · Tags: borgeet
শ্রীমন্ত শঙ্কৰদেৱঃ- কীৰ্ত্তনঘোষাৰ শেষ ছোৱা, প্রথম স্কন্ধ ভাগৱত, দ্বিতীয় স্কন্ধ ভাগৱত, অনাদি পাতন, অজামিল উপাখ্যান, অমৃত মন্থন, বলিছলন, দশমস্কন্ধ আদ্য, কুৰুক্ষেত্র, একাদশ স্কন্ধ ভাগৱত, নিমি-নৱ-সিদ্ধ সংবাদ, ৰুক্মিনীহৰন পদ, দ্বাদশ স্কন্ধ ভাগৱত,ৰামায়ণৰ উত্তৰাকান্দ, কালিয়দমন, কেলি গোপাল, পাৰিজাত হৰণ, ভটিমা, ভক্তি-ৰত্নাকৰ ( সংস্কৃত ), বৰগীত ( পাটবাউসীত ) পত্নী প্রসাদ নাট ( চূণপোৰাত ), গুণমালা, তোটয়, ৰাজভটিমা, ৰাম বিজয় নাট ( কোচবিহাৰত )

by Dr Sanjib Kumar Borkakoti

      Srimanta Sankaradeva was one of the foremost religious philosophers in the world. His religion Eka Sharana Nâma Dharma had laid the foundation for a new religious philosophy within Sanatana Dharma or Hinduism though he had not made any conscious effort to that end.... more

By Sanjib Sabhapandit

 The Satras have been socio- religious institutions in Assam for more than 500 years now. Although started mainly as a mechanism of  propagation of the Vaishnavite school of thought by the two Mahapurushas, these transformed into social institutions  very fast and became inseparable elements of Assam’s socio- cultural heritage.... more

Admin Dec 1 '11

Dr Sanjib Kumar Borkakoti

 

Srimanta Sankaradeva (1449-1568) was a multi-faceted genius, who has hardly any equal in the annals of human history. He is generally known as a religious preceptor, litterateur, and cultural maestro. But he was more than that.... more

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