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Śālabhañjikā in art, philosophy, and literature

Udai Narain Roy

Śālabhañjikā in art, philosophy, and literature

by Udai Narain Roy

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Published by Lokbharti Publications in Allahabad .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sculpture, Hindu -- India.,
  • Women in art.,
  • Art -- India.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementUdai Narain Roy.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNB1002 R69, NB1002 R69
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 96 p., [32] pages of plates :
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20808910M


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The Śālabhañjikā (शालभंजिका) is a recurring sculptural motif in Hindu, Jain, and Buddhist sacred spaces. The Shalabhanjika is a stylised sculpture that usually exaggerates feminine features, of a standing woman, holding a branch of a tree. The Sangam literature is the earliest that we have for South India, among other Kannada and Telugu literature.

Apart from religious texts, other texts on subjects like grammar, poetry, statecraft, philosophy etc. provide a preview of the then life and times. The purpose of. In this thesis, I discuss classical Sanskrit women poets and propose an alternative reading of two specific women’s works as a way to complicate current readings of Classical Sanskrit women’s poetry.

I begin by situating my work in current scholarship on Classical Sanskrit women poets which discusses women’s works collectively and sees women’s work as writing with alternative literary Author: Kathryn Marie Sloane Geddes.

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Humanités; Science des religions; Hindouisme; Le sanskrit, souffle et lumière - Voyage au cœur de la langue sacrée. (in philosophy) the quality of colour (one of the 17 or 24 guṇa-s of the vaiśeṣika-s) rūpadhārin: mfn.

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