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Concepts of Riti and Guna in Sanskrit poetics in their historical development by P.C. Lahiri.
Prakas Chandra Lahiri
|Series||Dacca University Bulletin no. 18|
|LC Classifications||PK840 L35 1937|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||310|
About the Book The study of Sanskrit Poetics has not received the attention of the scholars, that It deserves. Poetics being a significant aspect of literature, which enables a reader in appreciating a work of art in its right perspective, the contribution of the Orissan rhetoricians to Sanskrit Poetics has yet to be adequately evaluated. Title: Prajna Paramita Ratna Guna Samuccaya Gatha: Sanskrit and Tibetan Text Author Name: E. Obermiller (ed.) Categories: India, Buddhism and Buddhist Studies, Publisher: New Delhi, India, Sri Satguru Publications: ISBN: ISBN Book Condition: New Jacket Condition: New Seller ID: Keywords: Buddhism Buddhist Buddha India.
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Language: English Pages: About the Book The present book deals in detail with the concepts of Riti and Guna.
The author has traced the concepts of Guna and Riti from Bharata to Panditraj Jagannatha. This volume is a study of the two concepts of Sanskrit Alamkara viz., Guna and Riti which are intimately allied to each other, in the different creative writers of the Sastra from Bharata down to Jagannatha.
In tracing the development of the Riti-Guna theory, it has been the aim of the author, to utilise all available sources-printed texts as well as manuscripts-and he has based his deductions. Be the first to receive our thoughtfully written religious articles and product discounts.
The object of the investigation is to study two of the Concepts of Sanskrit Alamkara, vix, Guna and Riti, which are intimately allied to each other, in the different creative writers of the Sastra.
This has involved a close and minute study of the texts themselves some of which (e.g. Bharata's texts as well as those of the Agnipurana are indeed difficult and obscure.
Lahiri, Prabodh Chandra. Concept of Rīti and Guna in Sanskrit poetics in their historical development. New Delhi: Oriental Books Reprint Corp., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Prabodh Chandra Lahiri.
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Internet Arcade. Top Full text of "Concept Of Riti And Guna In Sanskrit Poetics" See other formats. This book has inspired many scholars to study the numerous works on Alankara, to produce papers dealing with several aspects of Alankarasastra and to publish several important texts.
The author has made substantial additions and changes in this edition and has included valuable new book is divided into two parts. The first part contains an account of the important works on. Buy Concepts of riti and guna in Sanskrit poetics in their historical development 1st Indian ed by P.
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Image provided by: CDC/ Alissa Eckert, MS; Dan Higgins, MAM. Those who are interested will find a short critical outline of Sanskrit Poetics in the light of modern Aesthetic in two essays but the present writer published in the Dacca University Studies, vol. (), pp.and in the New Indian Antiquary ix, nos.
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History of Sanskrit Poetics – Short Notes Two important works on this topic have been written by P.V. Kane and S.K. Bharata or Naatya Shaastra Bharata muni wrote the Naatya Shaastra. It mainly deals with Drama though it is the earliest text on Poetics.
It consists of 36 chapters. Its commentary is called Abhinava Bharati, which. thanks for books received Concepts of Riti and Guna in Sanskrit Poetics in their Historical Development.
By P. C. Lahiri. Ramna: University of Dacca, Poetics. In his book Na'tya-sa'stra Bharat mentioned natya-rasa rather than Kavya-rasa. But Bharat's doctrine of natya-rasa as the original source of ttie doctrine of Kavya-rasa.
In the early stages of its development, the domain of poetry was entirely dominated by Riti School and Alamkara School and the aesthetic importance of rasa was ignored by.This book contains an elaborate account of all branches of Classical Sanskrit Literature on the basis of literary, epigraphical and numismatical sources.
In 23 chapters, each chapter dealing with a particular topic arranged chronologically. The book is documented with a critical apparatus.
Beside notes and references it has an illuminating Introduction and index of authors and works.