By M.K. Ravi ,Associated PressHANOVER, N.J. (AP) The earliest record of a religion in India is not a book or a poem, but a simple book of Sanskrit verses from a 19th century Sanskrit scholar, a New Jersey native and an American-born scholar of India.
That scholar, Ramanujan, was a great thinker who wrote down his ideas for an entire book called “Hinduism” as well as his own notes.
But he never made a living as a scholar and never published it.
So he is no longer known to the public.
Ramanujan was born in 1694 in Calcutta, India.
His family was poor.
His father was illiterate and his mother an illiterate widow who didn’t have a proper education.
He grew up in a home with a single bed, two blankets and a small pot of water.
He said he never learned to read or write.
He had only one favorite word in Sanskrit: jyotisha, which means “love.”
He wrote a lot of poems, but his favorite ones were about nature.
His father died when Ramanuja was about 6 years old.
The elder Ramanujans son, a scholar of Hinduism, died when he was 17.
When his son came of age, Ramahujan left home and went to live with his mother and older brother.
They were raised by their father’s older brother in Calicut, India, a city about 150 miles south of New York City.
They came to America around 1818.
Ramahujan was about 25 years old when he traveled to Calcuttya to meet his teacher.
He lived in a small village in the middle of a forest, a place called the “forest grove.”
It was a place where many of his favorite poets lived.
His teacher was the celebrated poet Bhagat Singh, who lived in the same forest grove.
Ramanujeans father was a renowned writer of Sanskrit verse and a poet of great fame in Cali.
He was a good teacher.
His poems were often about the importance of living life to the fullest and the beauty of the world.
Ramnujan’s poems were the first in English.
His teacher’s poetry was called “Sankalpa,” a Sanskrit word that means “daring.”
His poems also called for devotion to the lord, a god of devotion, and to devotees of a particular saint.
His poems are also called “sapura,” meaning “to spread.”
They called for living in peace, a peace that came from the belief that there is no one who should have the power to hurt anyone.
The poems were written in English and his teacher’s writings were called “Samhita,” which means a hymn or a prayer.
It was written in a script that could be translated into Hindi, the Sanskrit language that is now spoken in India and Bangladesh.
Ramana lived for another 50 years in Caledonia, a small island in the Indian Ocean.
His first wife was a Buddhist nun named Durga.
They had two daughters, one named Jatima and the other named Gautama.
Ramana moved to Calicut to write for his school, but it wasn’t an easy life.
His wife, his children and a whole community had to be fed and sheltered.
Ramul was born about 1690 and was the youngest of five children.
He died at the age of 14.
Ramula was raised by a Buddhist family in the forest of Calcuttea.
He is considered one of the most prolific writers of Indian poetry.
Ramujan wrote many poems but he was a very serious scholar, he was not a child who wrote songs or plays or poems about life or religion.
He wrote in Sanskrit.
He never wrote poetry about politics or politics-related topics.
He didn’t write poetry about food.
His poem “Karna,” the Hindu prayer that was chanted in temples, is about fasting.
The verse said, “The body is like a temple that cannot be touched, that is, it cannot be eaten.
And the soul, too, is like the temple.
But when the body is burnt, it becomes like a fire, it is a temple.
So it goes up like the fire of the sun and the flame is like it. “
When the soul goes up in the sky, it goes like the sun, and when the heart goes up it goes as the moon.
So it goes up like the fire of the sun and the flame is like it.
Ramujan was very careful in his writings.
He would write only on a particular topic.
He wasn’t too concerned about the fact that he wasn’t a great poet, he wasn�t a great writer who was famous.
He only wrote on certain topics.
His last book, “Nandi