Pun Sanskrit literature – a new approach

The book under review is a play on words in Sanskrit literature – a new approach is a fantastic book.

It's all a Sanskrit word game lovers and lovers of the book is not without it.

The book was first released in Mysore University, India, in 1982, the author Gurupi K Hegde is a great scholar and wrote the book after intensive study of Sanskrit literature for many years.

nine chapters of the book.

The first chapter of the word game like Alan faculty of Sanskrit literature.

The original word game begins with the first Kavya (ADI Kavya), written by the world's the world's first poet, sage Valmiki.

The origin of Ramayana is a verse in the word game! The poem begins "today nisada" a curse of the hunter that he never killed her salvation krauncha beautiful bird, which was absorbed in love. And amazingly, the verse means that the great Lord Vishnu ever reach this position, he killed the demon Ravana and Valin.

The author describes in detail the root cause of the concept of entertainment features, objects and words pun on the word game in the second chapter.

author of many examples that explain the figurative combinations of large and beautiful language Sanskrit third chapter.

chapter four AA book deals with the role of play on the classical Sanskrit literature author shows Shakespeare's Othello Lines (III-2) to the "lies" Using the call Desdemona and Clown witty play on words means "accommodation" and a liar!

a great poet Sri Harsha, Bhavaputi, Asvaghósa, Bharavi, Magha, Dandie used Slesha or pun works.

and it should be noted that the only language that kavyas when two or more stories are narrated throughout the entire length of Sanskrit verses. So we have Ramayana and Mahabharata which describes kavyas in the same verse!

Needless to say, the author addressed the Mahabharata Kuta Slokas meaning, Slokas of the knots!

While the functional pun fifth chapter, and chapter six perceptual word play and situational seventh pun! The eighth chapter of the book deals with the effect of word play iconographically.

The author concludes his closing chapter to pun everywhere from Vedic literature, modern literature, which gives you the experience of daily business life.

More than three hundred poems selected as an example to understand the pun in the Sanskrit literature.

end of the book we are surprised to read the author's deep and endless Sanskrit literature was amazing!

subject index and index of 300 poems will be useful to readers.

Finally, we also pray that more such books come to enlighten us!

Source by Santhanam Nagarajan

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