Introduction Composing verses on the fly in an incessant fashion and recalling them at will (dhārā and dhāraṇā) are two important aspects of Avadhānam. In Avadhānam, if impromptu poetry is Śiva, memory is Śakti. The former is forever crippled without the latter.[1]             Not the past, not the future, but the present is the playground of experience. Memory is always related to the past and is the storehouse of knowledge gained by experience...
 
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