December 07, 2019

Tatyana Elizarenkova Biography, Age, Death, Height, Weight, Family, Wiki & More

Updated On : September 20, 2018

Other Name: Tatyana Yakovlevna Elizarenkova
Other Professions: Linguist

Tatyana Elizarenkova Age, Birthday Facts and Birthday Countdown


Tatyana Elizarenkova was 77 years, 11 months & 18 days old age.

Short Biography

Tatyana Elizarenkova was born on 17-09-1929 in Saint Petersburg, Russia. She was a Russian Indologist & Linguist.

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Tatyana Elizarenkova Complete Bio & Career

Tatyana Elizarenkova was a famous  Indologist (Soviet Russian) and scholar, she mainly is known for her knowledge of the Vedas. She was the renowned translator of the Rigveda and her qualities described by "Wendy Doniger." She published a Russian language translation of some chosen hymns of Rigvedic in 1972, which finally resulted into a comprehensive version of Rigveda in those particular decades, and published the three volumes by Nauka from (1989-99). From (2005-2010) three volumes of the absolute translation of Atharvaveda in the Russian language were published. 
 
She published the analysis of Pali in the English language along with her husband in 1976. She was also a specialist on Hindi and its grammatical work. She and her husband Toporov was the high official authorities of "Moscow-Tartu school of semiotics." In 2004, she conferred by Padam Shri by the govt of India for her outstanding work and her active contribution for the study of Veda's.

Honours & Awards

AWARD NAME AWARD CATEGORY RECEIPT YEAR RECEIPT FIELD
Padma Shri Civilian Award 2004 Literature and Education

Death Info

Tatyana Elizarenkova died on 05-09-2007 in Moscow, Russia. He died at the age of 68. 

DEATHDAY DEATH PLACE DEATH COUNTRY
5 September, 2007 Moscow Russia

Life's Important Dates Of Tatyana Elizarenkova

Body Measurements

Breast Size 32
Waist Size 28
Hip Size 34
Body Figure 32-28-34
Skin Colour Fair
Eye Colour Black
Hair Colour Black

Shocking / Interesting Facts & Secrets About Tatyana Elizarenkova

  • In 2004 Govt of India honored her with the Padma Shri for her active contributions in the study of Vedas.
  • She was "the greatest living scholar of the Rigveda" as per "Wendy Doniger".
  • Her three volumes of the Russian translation of Atharvaveda published from (2005-2010).
  • Her three volumes from (1989-1999) of the comprehensive Russian Language translation of selected one's Rigvedic hymns and this work was published by Nauka.