SOME explanation is necessary in introducing my present work. Little time has elapsed since I discovered the most important of these inscriptions, and in the intervening period I have had, amidst other work, to collect the various fragments of the legends, copy, compare, and translate, altering my matter from time to time, as new fragments turned up. Even now I have gone to press with one of the fragments of the last tablet of the Izdubar series omitted.
The present condition of the legends and their recent discovery alike forbid me to call this anything more than a provisional work; but there was so general a desire to see the translations that I have published them, hoping my readers will take them with the same reserve with which I have given them.
I have avoided some of the most important comparisons and conclusions with respect to Genesis, as my desire was first to obtain the recognition of the evidence without prejudice.
ஊருக்குள் ஒரு புரட்சி ( Oorukkul Oru Puratchi ) by சு. சமுத்திரம்
Sarasvati River - The Ancestral Home of Chitpavan Brahmins by Vibhakar Vitthal Lele
The Scribe Remembered: N.Gopinathan Nair, his Life and Times by K.Saradamoni
Secularism in India by Domenic Marbaniang