• Tagore's Consciousness
    and the 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...
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  • A R Rajarajavarma
    literary renaissance in Kerala. He wrote widely in Sanskrit and Malayalam and his poetic works were influenced by the study of British romantic poets of the 19th century. His essays are fine examples of excellent prose and his name will be remembered as long as Malayalam survives. Ulloor S...
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  • English as a Global Language
    author, a philologist, folklorist, translator, poet and playwright. His academic research ranged across five languages: Tamil, Kannada, Telugu, Sanskrit, and English. He published works on both classical and modern variants of these literature and also argued strongly for giving local, non-standard...
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  • Love Poem for a Wife
    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 of these literature and also argued strongly for giving...
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  • Academy essay
    his father. From his boyhood, Rabindranath showed his capability as a poet. He wrote many novels, dramas, short stories, essays etc. Bengali literature was enriched by his continuous writings. He composed many songs. In 1913, he got Nobel Prize in literature for his lyrical poems the Gitanjali. He...
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  • Indian Literature
    regarded as the greatest Sanskrit epics. Classical Sanskrit literature[edit source | editbeta] Main article: Sanskrit literature The famous poet and playwright Kālidāsa wrote one epic: Raghuvamsha (Dynasty of Raghu) ; it was written in Classical Sanskrit rather than Epic Sanskrit. Other examples of...
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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...
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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...
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  • Dsghfnmjhgf Xcvfbjuyhg
    found the article on Urdu very enlightening (go to the History section if you like to read about it). Every time I have got down to compiling an essay have learnt much more than I had ever dreamt of. In this case I wanted to start with Hindi because I felt that Sanskrit would be too much of effort. As...
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  • Eliot as Dramatist
    year in France, attending Henri Bergson's lectures at the Sorbonne and studying poetry with the novelist and poet Henri Alain-Fournier. He then returned to Harvard, where he worked on a dissertation on the English idealist philosopher F.H. Bradley. Eliot also studied Sanskrit and Buddhism...
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  • Ramjet Hoskote
    values cherished in the West would be unthinkable without the Orient – without Buddhism or Islam. ‘The bigger a river, the more misleading its name.’ ‘Leave us something’ wrote Hoskote in his poem ‘To the Sanskrit Poets’: ‘Leave us these threads to unravel, embroider: secret messages inked in white...
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  • Nonwestern Literature
    strands can be found in other literatures as well, especially those written in Bengali, Gujarati, and Kashmiri. After 1817, entirely new literary values were essay, and literary drama (this last incorporating both classical Sanskrit and Western models)—that gradually engulfed the customary Indian verse...
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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...
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  • Rabindra Nathtagore
    Rabindranath Tagore | | | | | 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...
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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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  • Bankim Chandra
    Rishi Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay (Bengali: বঙ্কিমচন্দ্র 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...
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  • Rabindra: the Great
    Rabindranath Tagore (7 May 1861 – 7 August 1941) sobriquet Gurudev,δ[›] was a Bengali polymath. As a poet, novelist, musician, and playwright, he reshaped Bengali literature and music in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. As author of Gitanjali and its "profoundly sensitive, fresh and...
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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...
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  • English
    , the principle of euphony itself, sometimes altogether forgoing rhyme or set rhythm.In today's increasingly globalized world, poets often adapt forms, styles and techniques from diverse cultures and languages. ESSAY An essay is a piece of writing which is often written from an author's personal...
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  • History
    ------------------------------------------------- History of literature From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For a more in-depth table of the history of literature, see List of years in literature. History of literature | Bronze Age literature | Sumerian Egyptian Akkadian Sanskrit...
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