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Through the work of poets such as Kalidasa, the author describes how nature becomes a personification of human sentient, characters, and love or desire. Thus, Sanskrit poetry allowed nature and human to intersect, in various ways. Familiar themes such as depicting rivers as women in the ancient…
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Robert Palmer Goldman
Social Vision and Historical Perspective in the Mahābhārata and the Vālmīkirāmāyaṇa India’s age-old fascination with its two great and ancient epic tales of love and war and of the descent of the Godhead in human form to right the evils of the world and to restore the ascendancy of dharma,…
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