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Works of Kalidasa - Vol. II (Poetry)

Contributor(s): Devadhar, C.R [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Delhi Motilal Banarsidass Publishers 2018Description: viii, 732 p.ISBN: 9788120800243.Subject(s): Poetry - Kalidasa | Devadhar, C. R. (Chintaman Ramchandra)DDC classification: 891.28 Summary: This volume contains five Kavyas of Kalidasa: Srngaratilaka, Rtusamhara, Meghaduta, Kumarasambhava and Raghuvamsa. Srngaratilaka and Rtusamhara display the poetic imagination of his early youth. The Meghaduta is the work of his advanced years. The Kumarasambhava and Raghuvamsa are the works of his mature age. His Kavyas are praised for the happy choice of his subjects, for his illustrations derived from nature and human life. In this volume the text is followed by English translation. Each and every Kavya is prefixed with an English Introduction or an Editorial Note. The general introduction has been incorporated in the Introduction to the text of RAghuvamsa to which notes are added to discuss the passages where the commentators differ in their interpretations. https://mlbd.com/BookDecription.aspx?id=1471
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This volume contains five Kavyas of Kalidasa: Srngaratilaka, Rtusamhara, Meghaduta, Kumarasambhava and Raghuvamsa.

Srngaratilaka and Rtusamhara display the poetic imagination of his early youth. The Meghaduta is the work of his advanced years. The Kumarasambhava and Raghuvamsa are the works of his mature age. His Kavyas are praised for the happy choice of his subjects, for his illustrations derived from nature and human life. In this volume the text is followed by English translation. Each and every Kavya is prefixed with an English Introduction or an Editorial Note. The general introduction has been incorporated in the Introduction to the text of RAghuvamsa to which notes are added to discuss the passages where the commentators differ in their interpretations.

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