Modules / Lectures


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1The Social History of Sanskrit and the Origin of KāvyaDownload
2The Rāmāyaṇa and Sanskrit Literary TheoryDownload
3The Genesis and Evolution of Sanskrit Literary TheoryDownload
4The Actual Relation Between Kāvyaśāstra or KāvyaDownload
5Sanskrit Kāvyaśāstra in the Medieval PeriodDownload
6Sanskrit Literary Theoreticians--Early PeriodDownload
7Sanskrit Literary Theoreticians--Medieval Period ADownload
8Sanskrit Literary Theoreticians--Medieval Period BDownload
9Sanskrit Literary Theory in the Colonial PeriodDownload
10Sanskrit poetics in the Postcolonial PhaseDownload
11Reader in Sanskritic kāvya traditionDownload
12Who is the ideal spectator for nāṭya?Download
13Daśarūpaka: Ten dramatic forms - Part IDownload
14Daśarūpaka: Ten dramatic forms - Part IIDownload
15UparūpakasDownload
16Kāvya and the Three LanguagesDownload
17Kāvyasvarūpa or the Ontology of PoetryDownload
18Bharata and the Idea of RasaDownload
19The Beginning of Rasa Discourse in Literary TheoryDownload
20Rasa Theory and ĀnandavardhanaDownload
21Rasa Theory and Bhaá¹­á¹­ Lollaá¹­aDownload
22Rasa Theory and Åšri Åšaá¹…kukaDownload
23Rasa Theory and Bhaá¹­á¹­a TautaDownload
24Rasa Theory and Bhaṭṭa NāyakaDownload
25Rasa Theory and AbhinavaguptaDownload
26Rasa Theory, Rāmacandra and GuṇacandraDownload
27Rasa Theory and VidyādharaDownload
28The Theory of AlamkaraDownload
29The Concept of Aucitya: An IntroductionDownload
30The Concept of Aucitya and Ká¹£emendraDownload
31Two Ways of Implementing Aucitya - Part 1Download
32Two Ways of Implementing Aucitya - Part 2Download
33Aucitya and KaviśikṣaDownload
34Aucitya and the ReadersDownload
35Aucitya and the Opinion of Literary TheoreticiansDownload
36Aucitya and ĀnandavardhanaDownload
37Guna or Poetic Merit: Bharata and BhamahaDownload
38Guna or Poetic Merit: Daṇḍin and UdbhaṭaDownload
39Guna or Poetic Merit: Vāmana’s ContributionDownload
40Guna or Poetic Merit: Ānandavardhana, Namidāshu and PratihārendurajaDownload
41Guna or Poetic Merit: BhojaDownload
42Guna or Poetic Merit:Viśveśvara and the author of AgnipurāṇaDownload
43Guna or Poetic Merit:Mammaṭa’s ViewDownload
44RÄ«ti or the Theory of Poetic StylesDownload
45Theory of Dosa or Poetic Blemish: Bharata’s ViewDownload
46Theory of Doṣa or Poetic Blemish: Bhāmaha’s ViewDownload
47Theory of Doṣa or Poetic Blemish: Daṇdin’s ViewDownload
48Theory of Doṣa or Poetic Blemish: Vāmana’s ViewDownload
49Theory of Doṣa or Poetic Blemish: Ānandavardhana and Mammaṭa’s ViewsDownload
50Theory of Doṣa or Poetic Blemish: Mammaṭa’s View IIDownload
51Theory of Doṣa or Poetic Blemish: Ānandavardhana and Mammaṭa’s View IIIDownload

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1The Social History of Sanskrit and the Origin of KāvyaDownload
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2The Rāmāyaṇa and Sanskrit Literary TheoryDownload
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3The Genesis and Evolution of Sanskrit Literary TheoryDownload
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4The Actual Relation Between Kāvyaśāstra or KāvyaDownload
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5Sanskrit Kāvyaśāstra in the Medieval PeriodDownload
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6Sanskrit Literary Theoreticians--Early PeriodDownload
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7Sanskrit Literary Theoreticians--Medieval Period ADownload
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8Sanskrit Literary Theoreticians--Medieval Period BDownload
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9Sanskrit Literary Theory in the Colonial PeriodDownload
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10Sanskrit poetics in the Postcolonial PhaseDownload
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11Reader in Sanskritic kāvya traditionDownload
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12Who is the ideal spectator for nāṭya?Download
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13Daśarūpaka: Ten dramatic forms - Part IDownload
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14Daśarūpaka: Ten dramatic forms - Part IIDownload
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15UparūpakasDownload
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16Kāvya and the Three LanguagesDownload
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17Kāvyasvarūpa or the Ontology of PoetryDownload
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18Bharata and the Idea of RasaDownload
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19The Beginning of Rasa Discourse in Literary TheoryDownload
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20Rasa Theory and ĀnandavardhanaDownload
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21Rasa Theory and Bhaá¹­á¹­ Lollaá¹­aDownload
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22Rasa Theory and Åšri Åšaá¹…kukaDownload
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23Rasa Theory and Bhaá¹­á¹­a TautaDownload
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24Rasa Theory and Bhaṭṭa NāyakaDownload
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25Rasa Theory and AbhinavaguptaDownload
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26Rasa Theory, Rāmacandra and GuṇacandraDownload
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27Rasa Theory and VidyādharaDownload
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28The Theory of AlamkaraDownload
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29The Concept of Aucitya: An IntroductionDownload
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30The Concept of Aucitya and Ká¹£emendraDownload
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31Two Ways of Implementing Aucitya - Part 1Download
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32Two Ways of Implementing Aucitya - Part 2Download
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33Aucitya and KaviśikṣaDownload
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34Aucitya and the ReadersDownload
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35Aucitya and the Opinion of Literary TheoreticiansDownload
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36Aucitya and ĀnandavardhanaDownload
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37Guna or Poetic Merit: Bharata and BhamahaDownload
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38Guna or Poetic Merit: Daṇḍin and UdbhaṭaDownload
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39Guna or Poetic Merit: Vāmana’s ContributionDownload
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40Guna or Poetic Merit: Ānandavardhana, Namidāshu and PratihārendurajaDownload
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41Guna or Poetic Merit: BhojaDownload
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42Guna or Poetic Merit:Viśveśvara and the author of AgnipurāṇaDownload
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43Guna or Poetic Merit:Mammaṭa’s ViewDownload
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44RÄ«ti or the Theory of Poetic StylesDownload
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45Theory of Dosa or Poetic Blemish: Bharata’s ViewPDF unavailable
46Theory of Doṣa or Poetic Blemish: Bhāmaha’s ViewPDF unavailable
47Theory of Doṣa or Poetic Blemish: Daṇdin’s ViewPDF unavailable
48Theory of Doṣa or Poetic Blemish: Vāmana’s ViewPDF unavailable
49Theory of Doṣa or Poetic Blemish: Ānandavardhana and Mammaṭa’s ViewsPDF unavailable
50Theory of Doṣa or Poetic Blemish: Mammaṭa’s View IIPDF unavailable
51Theory of Doṣa or Poetic Blemish: Ānandavardhana and Mammaṭa’s View IIIPDF unavailable


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