Sharda Narayanan received a firm foundation in Sanskrit literature, Nyaya and Vedanta from the late Vidwan C. Anantacharya. Academically brilliant right through, she received Master’s degrees in Physics and Sanskrit from Bangalore University and later researched Vakyapadiya at JNU, New Delhi. She has taught Physics at Notre Dame Academy, Patna and Mount Carmel College, Bangalore for several years and also taught Sanskrit at the JNU. Fluent in Tamil, Kannada, Hindi, Sanskrit and English, as also very active in Sanskrit drama she has a keen interest in travel and English literature. She is most suited to studying and interpreting Sanskrit texts and has already several published research papers to her credit.
1. “Itihasa of Tioumyilon” online, intellectual Kshatriya Blog of infinity Foundation India, November 2020.
2. “ Sawadarshan as an grahe Cowakamatasya Vimonsah”in Rasikapriya, Journol of Madras Sanskrit College, April 2020.
3. “ Mimasa Theory of Language” in DILIP- Magazine, mumbai, vol xlv No. 1, Jan / March 2019.
4. “ Word Meaning : A Compauson of Vakyapadiya and Slokavartika”, Dr. C. S. RadhaKrishna Feliatation Vol, Pondicherry University, 2019.
5. “ Gitagovinda- Dasavatasavandana”, National Se Proceeding of Pondicherry University, 2018. (under Publishing)
6. “Poetic Appneciation of Gitagovinda” in Kalaksheta Journal No. 6 2017.
7. “Appeciation of Sanskrit Poetry” in Back to Roots, Dr/ MGR Janaki College for Women, Chennai, 2018.
8. “The Significance of Number in Word Meaning”, in Sutra, Smrti and Sastra”, Select papers of 16 WSC, DK.
9. “The Significance of temporal Sequence in Language Study in Sastra” Journal of ICPR, vol xxiv, No. 1, March.
10. “The Nature of Satda as per Sastra”, Journal of ICPR Vol. XXIII. Number 4, Dec 2006.
11. “Sri Muthuswami Dikshitas”, DILIP Magazine vol XLVI Jan / March 2020.
12. “Gita Govinda of Yayadeva-1’, DILIP Magazine, vol XLV No. III, July-Sept 2019.
13. “Gita Govinda of Jayadeva-2”, DILIP Magazine, vol XLV No. IV, Oct- Dec 2019.
14. “Brahmanism, Buddim and Mimasa” in Chronology and Cawation : Nagating Neo- Orientalism, Volume 7, Infinity Foundation India, 2021 in Reclaiming Sanskrit- Studies Series.
15. “No Rocism in Vedic Tradition” in FOUNT OF CULTURE, IFI, chennai, 2019.
16. “A Rejoinder to “A Rasa Reader”: An hinder view.” IFI, chennai, ( under print)
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