Essays on Modern Sanskrit Poetry
|Author:||Rabindra K. Panda|
|Publisher:||Bharatiya Kala Prakashan|
|Other Details||8.80 X 5.80 inch|
The third paper describes the nature of some noteworthy epic poems of twentieth century. In the fourth paper attempt has been made to highlight the contribution of Oriya writers to the field of Sanskrit literature. The fifth paper deals with biographical poems in Sanskrit.
The sixth paper is written on modern Sanskrit poets who have written on Russia and Russian leaders. The seventh paper focuses on the figures of speech that are found in the epic poem, Sri Swami Vivekananda-caritam composed by T.A. Bhandarkar. The eighth paper deals with a translated work Bandinah Swedesa Cinta of Pandita Utkal Mani Gopabandhu Dash and the work is translated by Pandita. Prabodha Kumar Mishra of Orissa. The ninth paper makes a literary tudy of the Miralahari composed by Pandita Ksama Rao. Similarly the tenth paper contains a literary study of the Vyastaragam of Digambara Mahapatra. The eleventh paper embodies a critical study of Sudamacaritm of Pundarikaksa Mishra of Orissa. The twelfth paper incorporates a study of Bhinnapulinam of Professor Kesab Chandra Dash. The thirteenth paper is on Sanskrit translated works. There are two papers in Sanskrit. One deals with politics as depicted by modern Sanskrit poets in their poems. Other introduces some biographical literature.
All the papers are written in simple and easy language keeping in mind the renders of present day. They bring to light new facts for the first time.
I am very much thankful to the editors of the Sanskrit Journals who published those papers and the proprietor of Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, C.P. Gautama who has published them in the book-form.
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