Harijivanamisra and his short Sanskrit plays

by George T. Artola in Madras

Written in English
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Statement[by] George T. Artola with a supplement by V. Raghavan. Reprint from the Samskrita Ranga Annual IV.
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Open LibraryOL18967570M

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Chin, Kam W. Ng and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   In short, despite the absence of authentic descriptions of Sanskrit theatre 1, years ago, Dr. Raghavan created a grammar, which was not reluctant to adapt even while retaining its classical.

About The Book Prahasana and the Vithi are two of the major playforms in Sanskrit Drama. Though studies on some individual prahasanas and vithis have appeared from time to time in research journals, there is no comprehensive study of the two playforms on comparative basis, undertaken so far. The present book is an attempt to cover all aspects fo prahasana and vithi.

Artola, George T., "Harijïvanamisra and His Short Sanskrit Plays", The Samskrita Ranga Annual, IV (Madras, ), pp. [With a supplement by V. Raghavan: dating from A.D. and written in cursive Book-Pahlavi characters, are the only Pahlavi document of Zoroastrians in China.] (= Kendriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha Series, No.

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