Kalidasa

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B. Uma
முன்னுரை ஒன்றைப் போல் ஒன்று இல்லாத இரண்டு பொருள்களை ஒப்பிடப் பலசமயங்களில் உருவகமும் உவமையும் பயன்படுத்தப்படுகின்றன. உவமையில் போல, போன்று, மாதிரி என்று ஏதேனும் ஒரு சொல்லினால் (உவம உருபு) ஒப்புமை உணர்த்தப்படுகிறது. சமஸ்கிருதம், தமிழ் முதலிய இந்திய மொழிகளின் இலக்கியப் படைப்புகளில் உவமை பிரதான…
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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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Bhaskar Chandavarkar writes about the inauguration of the Tata Theatre, Mumbai (11-19 October, 1980), and the following festival which featured musical and dance performances by some of the most emminent artists of the country.
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This article by V. Raghavan is a study of music in Sanskrit literature.
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Bharathi Ramasubban
How will the work of a modern poet named Kalidasa impress this learned assembly, which is used to the compositions of well-established poets such as Bhasa, Kaviputra and Saumillaka?[1] ———Kalidasa, Malavikagnimitram, Act 1.   Mahakavi Kalidasa, in the opening act of his first play,…
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  Sudha Gopalakrishnan: Prof. Shulman, it has been a great privilege for me to ask you about your experiences with Kutiyattam. You have been coming to Kerala for the last six years to understand, to experience Kutiyattam. What made you come and fall so much in love with kutiyattam?   David Shulman…
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Sreedevi. D
Kutiyattam is the traditional representation of ancient Sanskrit dramas in the temples of Kerala. The module on this highly stylised art form contains articles by experts, interviews with artistes and scholars, quick facts, and photographs of the kuttampalams where the plays were performed.    
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Sudha Gopalakrishnan
In terms of international theatrical history, Kutiyattam (also transliterated as Koodiyattam and Kudiyattam; കൂടിയാട്ടം in Malayalam), the Sanskrit theatre of Kerala, can perhaps claim the greatest antiquity. Kutiyattam is a form of theatre that originated in an ancient past, dating back about two…
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Kanad Sinha
A module on Rāmakathā or the story of Rāma one of the most notable South Asian traditions.
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