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Raghavayadaviya par Venkatadhvarin, texte Sanskrit edite par M.S. Narasimhacharya, Etude et traduction par Marie-Claude Porcher (in Sanskrit and French)


Institut Francais de Pondicherry, Pondicherry

Pub. Year: 1972

Pages, ills, maps etc.,
131p., 25cm.

RS. 290.00 Hardcover

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Series: Publications de l'Institut francais d'Indologie; 46
The Raghavayadaviya is a poem with two meanings (anuloma-viloma-kavya). All thirty stanzas, when presented in the habitual order, glorify Rama (recalling his important feasts in the Ramayana) and, when read differently and in reverse order, they glorify Krsna (by narrating an episode in his legend, the abduction of the Parijata tree. The book contains the Sanskrit text as well as a translation and study in French.
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Literature: Sanskrit