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Narsinh Mehta Poem No 4: Translation

There is a long tradition in Hindu literature of giving the Divine hundreds of names. I believe that at the core of this practice is the logic that one cannot describe That which is the source of Life, so all … Continue reading

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Traps and Treasures of Translation: 3

True Treasure So my last post described my approximation in translation that had triple signification possibilities. Before Jayant Kothari’s edition of Narsinh poems, Narsinh Padmala, that I am using was published in 1997, the best-regarded edition was by S. Jesalpura … Continue reading

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