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Tree of Indian Culture

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Tree of Indian Culture (Bharathiya Samskruthi) by Dr S. Srikanta Sastri An Illustration from "Bharathiya Samskruthi" book - originally sketched by Dr S. Srikanta Sastri

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Important Trade Routes in Ancient India (Sketch by Dr S. Srikanta Sastri)

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Editor’s Notification

 

       The Translator of this cult classic wishes to state that the full English translation of “Indian Culture” (Kannada Original: "Bharathiya Samskruthi") by Dr S. Srikanta Sastri will be published soon in print form.

 

     The present translation requires further editing, proof reading, indexing and providing a glossary for Indian words. It is also planned to render Sanskrit quotations into English to help readers.

 

   The remaining chapters (from Ch. Four onwards) will be available in the forthcoming book. We request the admirers of Dr S. Srikanta Sastri to patronize us in our endeavours. I am glad to inform our readers that the preview of the forthcoming translation available online thus far has attracted more than 10,000 visits to the website.