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Śrīmadajjāḍa Ādibhaṭla Nārāyaṇadāsaḥ – A Legend in Sanskrit Literature- K. VARALAKSHMI
K. VARALAKSHMI ___ K. Varalakshmi is currently working as Deputy Director in Sanskrit Academy, Osmania University, Hyderabad. She did her post graduation in MA Sanskrit. As a volunteer, she participated in the campaigns (1994-1995) held by Samskrita Bharati in Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. Later she pursued her M.phil and Ph.D from Osmania university. She gained 28 years of teaching and research experience and has 24 articles to her credit. She edited 15 publications and translated five Telugu works into Sanskrit language. Sanskrit renderings of five Telugu folk tales were published in the book "Samskrita Balakatha shatakam" by Sahitya Academy, Delhi. She was co principal investigator of the project entitled “Development of Sanskrit Computational Tools-kit and Sanskrit-Hindi Machine Translation system” funded by DIT, and principal investigator of four Summer course projects funded by Central Sanskrit University, Delhi. She was bestowed upon Siksha Shree award for extension activities in the year 2022
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