Arjun Bharadwaj is a writer and translator, well-versed in Sanskrit, Kannada, English, German, and Greek. With a deep interest in classical literature, art, and philosophy, he is a contributing editor of Prekshaa and is currently studying the comparative aesthetics of classical Greek and Indian arts. He has (co-)translated many books, authored over thirty research articles, enjoys composing poems, plays the flute, writes lyrics for dancers, and also teaches the fundamentals of the Nāṭyaśāstra at many institutions.
This is a series on the stories of Tri Devas- Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva, the principles they embody, the philosophies they represent, and the manifestation of the different festivals
Introduction to the Purāṇic tradition of India Brahmā the Creator
Concepts and stories related to Brahmā
Introduction to Vishnu