[Advaita-l] New member introduction: Andreas Leitz

Dr D Bharadwaj drdbharadwaj at gmail.com
Mon Feb 16 18:49:38 CST 2009

Herzlich willkommen, lieber Andreas,

We welcome you here and
look forward to your participation.

Dr. D. Bharadwaj
drdbharadwaj at gmail.com

On Mon, Feb 16, 2009 at 11:10 PM, Jaldhar H. Vyas <jaldhar at braincells.com>wrote:

> I am a young German man, who studies the Indian music philosophy come down
> to us from oldest time. Found in Vedas, Upanishads and surely the different
> musical scripts we have. I know to read the texts in original scripts like
> Sanskrit and Tamil. My main interest is to understand the texts and to
> discuss them with learned people. I have Pandits for music in Kolkata and
> languages in Kolkata and Pondichery. I am interested in all kind of texts
> dealing with music and philosophy, may be some not well known texts. many
> texts of course I have in form of books or E-Texts at home. I know the
> Sanskrit Insitute of Chennai,but didn´t have the pleasure to join it till
> now. Usually when I stay in Pondichery, I visit the book shop and try to
> find books and texts.The texts I have include the 4 Vedas, 15 Upanishads
> some Puranas,the music texts of Bharata Muni, Sarngadeva, Matanga, many
> others like Silappadikaram,texts on poetic like Ananda Vardanas Dvanyaloka.I
> couldn´t list here all the texts. The Texts of music and philosophy are very
> difficult to understand,so it is important to have people to discuss them.
> The Indian music is closed connected to the philosophy of Vedanta and Shiva
> and Shakti.
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