Sunday, October 19, 2003

The site Sanskrit Authors: The South Asian Literary Recordings Project (Library of Congress New Delhi Office) has three authors presented. Their biographies and audio recitals of songs and articles, from their books, in audio format are available. Recording is excellent. 1) Rewa Prasad Dwivedi, 1935- Reads from Pramatha (1988), Paramanuyugaya nah pranamah (unpublished), Svatantryasambhavam (1990), and Satapatram (1987).
2) Ram Karan Sharma, 1927- Reads from Gaganavani (1998), Manasi (2000), and Sarvamangala (1996).
3) Rama Kant Shukla, 1940- Reads from Sarasvata-sangama (2000), Sasthavarsikadhivasana-smarika (unpublished), Bhati me Bharatam (1989) and Arvacinasamskrtam (1996).

The main site has representation of authors from various South Asian languages. The South Asian Literary Recordings Project was originally conceived by the New Delhi office of the Library of Congress as a way to celebrate the Library's Bicentennial overseas.

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