Sanskrit Essays On Poets Essays and Term Papers

  • A R Rajarajavarma

    A.R. Rajaraja Varma (1863-1918), the celebrated poet, critic and grammarian is known as Kerala Panini for his lasting contributions to Malayalam literature. He wrote books on grammar and rhetoric which earned him the title of Kerala Panini and eventually prepared the ground for an enlightened renaissance...

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  • Tagore's Consciousness

    Vaishnava tradition became part of his mental make-up. His grounding in Sanskrit led to his special liking for Kalidasa. Seeped in Bengali tradition and ethos, he read with relish Chandidas, Vidyapati and other Vaishnav poets and also attempted lyrics in the same fashion and set them to music under...

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  • English as a Global Language

    1929 Mysore, India | Died | July 13, 1993 (aged 64) Chicago, USA | Nationality | Indian | Occupation | philologist, folklorist, translator,poet, playwright | Known for | poetry | Attipate Krishnaswami Ramanujan (Kannada: ಅತ್ತಿಪೇಟೆ ಕೃಷ್ಣಸ್ವಾಮಿ ರಾಮಾನುಜನ್) (Tamil: அத்திப்பட்டு கிருஷ்ணசுவாமி...

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  • Academy essay

    Rabindranath Tagore, a great poet of India, was born in Calcutta at Jorasanko on 7th May 1861. His family was very rich, respectable and cultured. Prince Dwarakanath was his grandfather and Maharshi Debendranath was his father. From his boyhood, Rabindranath showed his capability as a poet. He wrote many novels...

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  • Love Poem for a Wife

    literature who wrote in both English and Kannada. Ramanujan was an Indian poet, scholar and author, a philologist, folklorist, translator, poet and playwright. His academic research ranged across five languages: Tamil, Kannada, Telugu, Sanskrit, andEnglish. He published works on both classical and modern variants...

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  • Eliot as Dramatist

    T.S. Eliot as a dramatist Introduction American-English poet, playwright, and critic, a leader of the modernist movement in literature. Eliot was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in 1948. His most famous work is THE WASTE LAND, written when he was 34. On one level this highly complex...

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  • Indian Literature

    * Contributors & Bibliography Indian literature, writings of the Indian subcontinent, produced there in a variety of languages, including Sanskrit, Prākrit, Pāli, Bengali, Bihārī, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Malayalam, Oriya, Punjabi, Rajāsthānī, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, and Sindhi. A brief...

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  • Dsghfnmjhgf Xcvfbjuyhg

    History of Sanskrit Compiled by Sanjeev Nayyar March 2002 My interest in the origin - development of languages is of recent origin. I must give credit to Khushwant Singh for arousing my interest in languages by saying that Punjabis were responsible for the killing of Urdu in Punjab. I found...

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  • Navaratnas

    Navaratnas Nauratan (Sanskrit dvigu nava-ratna- or "nine gems") was a term applied to a group of nine extraordinary people in a emperor's court in India. a group of literate and wise philosophers. ------------------------------------------------- In the court of Chandragupta II Nine gems during...

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  • Ramjet Hoskote

    characterized poetry in an interview. It can tune into frequencies of all kinds without the poet having to be aware of what he is receiving. He waits, receives, crystallizes and weaves a coherent but open whole. The poet, culture-critic and free-lance curator born in Mumbai/India simply engages with what is...

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  • The World of Eliot’s Waste Land

    In his 1923 essay “Ulysses, Order and Myth,” T. S. Eliot predicated that rather than the narrative style of poetry popularized by poets of the Romantic era, poets of the twentieth-century would instead employ James Joyce’s “mythical method,” a technique characteristic of heavy mythological, historical...

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  • Nonwestern Literature

    became molded by the influx of foreign poets who flocked the town of Alexandria. These poets originated from Greece and Rome. They immigrated to Alexandria so as to utilize the library facility in the town. As a result of their extended stay in Egypt, the poets began expressing their literature in Arabic...

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  • Nissim Ezekiel and A.K. Ramanujan

    Nissim Ezekiel (December 24 1924 - January 9, 2004 ) was a poet, playwright and art critic. He was considered the foremost Indian writer in English English-language> of his time. Contents 1 Early life > 2 Career > 3 Books by Nissim Ezekiel > 4 Some of his well-known poems > Early life...

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  • literature

    of texts based on factual information (journalistic or non-fiction), a category that may also include polemical works, biographies, and reflective essays, or it may consist of texts based on imagination (such as fiction, poetry, or drama). Literature written in poetry emphasizes the aesthetic and rhythmic...

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  • Role of Youth in Enriching and Conserving Your Cultural Heritage

    Essay And Article On : Our Cultural Heritage !! March 24, 2012 By parm Leave a Comment inShare India Is A Unique Cultural Heritage !! A safe and secure society is needed for blossoming of arts and sciences. India has a rich cultural heritage. Though it has been subjected to a series of cultural...

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  • Bankim Chandra

    চট্টোপাধ্যায় Bôngkim Chôndro Chôţţopaddhae)[1] (27 June 1838 [2] – 8 April 1894)[3] was aBengali writer, poet and journalist.[4] He was the composer of India’s national song Vande Mataram, originally a Bengali and Sanskrit stotrapersonifying India as a mother goddess and inspiring the activists during the Indian Freedom...

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  • Rabindra Nath Tagore

    profound influence on his son’s mental and practical attitudes. Rabindranath was the fourteenth child of his parents. His brothers and sisters were poets, musicians, playwrights and novelists and the Tagore home was thus filled with musical, literary and dramatic pursuits. The family was also involved...

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  • T. S. Eliot as a Critic

    Eliot, T. S., in full THOMAS STEARNS ELIOT (b. Sept. 26, 1888, St. Louis, Mo., U.S. – d. Jan. 4, 1965, London, Eng.), American-English poet, playwright, literary critic, and editor, a leader of the modernist movement in poetry in such works as The Waste Land (1922) and Four Quartets (1943). Eliot exercised...

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  • Rabindra Nathtagore

    Famous as | Poet and Author | Born on | 07 May 1861 | Born in | Calcutta (Kolkata), India | Died on | 07 August 1941 | Nationality | India | Works & Achievements | Nobel Prize in Literature (1913); Gitanjli, Ghare-Baire and The Gardener | Rabindranath Tagore was a great poet, philosopher...

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  • Eassy on Rabindranath Tagore

    Rabindranath Tagore |Famous as |Poet and Author | |Born on |07 May 1861 | |Born in ...

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