By Ludwik Sternbach
Read Online or Download A descriptive catalogue of poets quoted in Sanskrit anthologies and inscriptions: Volume 2. Nakula-Hevidhanesora PDF
Similar anthologies books
From number 1 manhattan instances bestselling writer Tami Hoag comes a unique variation that includes of her romantic classics in a single impossible to resist quantity. This unforgettable pair of novels is certain to excite the sweetheart and thrill the romantic in each reader. TempestuousAlexandra Gianni had come to Briarwood together with her child daughter, Isabella, to begin over.
The fashion of Indian poetry --
Alice Cunningham Fletcher --
Frances Densmore --
Mary Hunter Austin --
Natalie Curtis (Burlin) --
Alice Corbin Henderson --
Constance Lindsay Skinner --
Lew Sarett --
Eda Lou Walton.
Robin Blaser moved from his local Idaho to wait the college of California, Berkeley, in 1944. whereas there, he constructed as a poet, explored his homosexuality, engaged in a full of life arts group, and met fellow tourists and poets Robert Duncan and Jack Spicer. the 3 males turned the founding individuals of the Berkeley middle of what's referred to now because the San Francisco Renaissance in New American Poetry.
In a global of transhuman survival and horror, expertise permits the re-shaping of our bodies and minds, but additionally creates possibilities for oppression and places the aptitude for mass destruction within the arms of every person. different threats lurk within the devastated habitats of the autumn, risks either well-known and alien.
Extra resources for A descriptive catalogue of poets quoted in Sanskrit anthologies and inscriptions: Volume 2. Nakula-Hevidhanesora
Purusottamadeva or SrfPuru~ottamadeva), SMS 1063, (v. Kav p. 53); (2) PG 224 (a. Purusottamadeva or Gajapati-Purusottamadeva), SMS 9195 (v. 53); (3) PG 156 (a, Purusottarnadeva or Purusottamadeva or Gajapati-Puru] tt~a_deva or Gajapatj-sri-Purusottamadeva), SMS 9847, (v. Kav p. 53); (4) PG 29 (a. Sri Purusottamadeva or Purusottamadeva or Purusottama), SMS VI (v. Kav p. 5 (5) PG 161 (a. Sri Purusottarnadeva or Purusottamadeva or Gajapati-Puru~otta1( madeva or Gajapatipurusottarnadeva); (6) PG 221 (a.
Kav p. 53); (7) PG 220 (a. ), (v. Kav p. 53). Purusottamadeva (Sri) is identical with Gajapati-(Srl) Purusottamadeva (sri), for various MSs ofPG designate so the author of verses Nos. 2,3 and 5. Gajapati is the name of the dynasty of which the author was the second king (v. J). srI E C,D,E F,G I J PURWOTTAMADEVA,GAJAPATI (v. AUTKALA) (No. ~ ~l srI H C ~~ Probably identical with Purusottama 1. See No. 824 A, H. See No. 824 B. See No. 824 A. Skv/Kav, Skm, Prasanna. 10 verses. See No. 824 G verses 1,2,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12.
1221 (a. 50 (237*). CC I -, SACA 840. 1 is probably not a Cakravartin's verse, but a C verse. Both verses are very popular and quoted in numerous anthologies and lexicons. Sententious verses. (1) 856. A B C,D,E F,G I 857. 854. A B C, D,E F,G I J J" (i rq l>I4 R PRAT APAMALLA A (-I. ~\~i':L\ ~) (v. BHUPALENDRAMALLA) (No. 1003) B Author of the stone inscription from the temple of Pasupati in Nepal, dated Nepiilasamvat 778 (== AD 1657); 30 verses. Middle of the 17th century. Author of the inscription described in A.