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कादंबरी kindle ´ Paperback ↠ banabhatta ↠ ❮Epub❯ ➟ कादंबरी Author Banabhatta – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Bana is among the three most important prose writers in classical Sanskrit all of whom lived in the late sixth and early seventh centuries AD It is clear Bana is among the three most important prose writers in classical Sanskrit all of whom lived in the late sixth and early seventh centuries AD It is clear from his writings that his mind was amazingly modern humane and sensitive especially for the seventh century India in which he lived Bana had a healthy irreverence towards many of the established or If you are interested in Indian Classics this is one of the finest work of ancient Indian authors naturally in Sanskrit a historical Indo Aryan language and the primary liturgical language of Hinduism and BuddhismBaṇabhaṭṭa also known as Baṇa was a Sanskrit scholar of 7th century India He was the Asthana Kavi Court Poet in the court of King Harshavardhana who reigned in the years c 606 647 CE in north India Bāna's works include a biography of Harsha Harsha Charita and Kādambari This work can be plausibly claimed to be one of the first novels in the world; making due allowance for the ambiguities of such a classification Two modern Indian languages Kannada and Marathi use 'kadambari' as a generic term for a romance or a novelThe novel has a very intricate plot The story proceeds through several narrators in a succession of nested frames uite a few characters appear in multiple births Kadambari the eponymous heroine of the novel makes her appearance only past the midpointThere is a well known interesting statement in Sanskrit involving a play on words translated in English While savoring the contents of 'Kādambari' readers do not find interest in eating food or Oh Kadambari while savoring liuor people do not find interest in eating foodThe careful translation by Dr Padmini Rajappa is worth praising She pursued her cherished goal of mastering the Sanskrit language under the guidance of teachers in the Department of Sanskrit University of Poona and from the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute

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Replete with elouent descriptions of palaces forests mountains gardens sunrises and sunsets and love in separation and fulfillment Featuring an intriguing parrot narrator the story progresses as a delightful romantic thriller played out in the magical realms between this world and the other in which the earthly and the divine blend in idyllic splendo It is a legend of two princes and two princesses Chandrapida Vaishampayana and Kadambari Mahashveta falling for each other each prince falling for a different lady separated by assorted aspects and situations till they finally come together A parrot narrates to a king the account of a sage where the parrot hears his own tale – one he has become oblivious of from the sage himself The sage enlightens that the parrot was enamoured to a maiden When he first saw her and asked her whereabouts the same maiden narrated her story right from her childhood where she had been friends with another young maiden The contraption and scheme of this classic is so tremendously multifaceted that it travels seven stratum deep of story contained within a story The narrative travels from one bottomless to further unfathomable frontiers It goes deeper and deeper as the intrigue becomes thicker and attention grabbing The story at each level goes travels further and becomes convoluted After the whole nine yards so to speak the plot starts folding back to the original layers The complete story is a sort of uixotic fiction narrated with the sumptuousness of places visited breathtakingly described pieces of nature so many twists and turns making it very interesting It is a 'Katha' that is deficient in the idiosyncratic marks of an Akhyayika' The poet commences with several stanzas in which he proposes that the story seeks favour by its new subject and phraseology its vibrant portrayals and its similes The novel is conservatively carved up into the Purbhavaga earlier part written by Banabhatta and Uttaravaga latter part by Bhushanabhatta The original text is unremitting and is devoid of chapter divisions The Purbhavaga concluded unexpectedly inside Mahashveta's narration at a point when Kadambari is speaking about her love sickness to Patralekha as narrated by the latter to Chandrapida If truth be told Kadambari supplements our knowledge of the political and administrative record of the reign of Harshavardhana Banabhatta considered Samudra Gupta and Chandra Gupta as the idyllic sovereigns of India and as such modelled his protagonists after them Kadambari reflects upon speckled aspects of administration such as composition of the army the ualifications of the crown prince the significance of the chief minister council of ministers and so on The poet's picture of Ujjayini tallies fundamentally with Hiuen Tsang's version of Kanauj The capable delineation of the royal palace amalgamates the data gathered from the Harshacharita Besides it further embodies the then Hindu society and the stature of men and women in that world With such multifarious depiction ornamental language intricate plot evocative story telling Kadambari stands out as a matchless work of art This novel was penned by Banabhatta in the first half of the 7th century The author did not survive to see it through completion Conseuently the novel was completed by one Bhushanabhatta Banabhatta's son according to the plan laid out by his late father

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कादंबरीThodoxies of his time and his strength lies in his skill as a storyteller and as a creator of characters vibrant with life and individualityKadambari is a lyrical prose romance that narrates the love story of Kadambari a Gandharva princess and Chandrapida a prince who is eventually revealed to be the moon god Acclaimed as a great literary work it is Boy were everybody DRAMATIC I had to skip a few scenes because they just went on and on PLS STAHP But this was common for the style of that time as Bhanabhatta is among those literati who wrote in prose rather than poetry which was much fashionable Many sentences read like poetry As a romance adventure novel it serves adeuately I loved the story within a story style it was intricate but the writer is so skillful that you were never lost All his characters are uniue and recognizable even though there were so many of them It had a wonderfully interesting background of days long lost I was sad that many of the old traditions were lost especially purification rituals which really were for hygiene health and beauty The mention of all the different medicinal herbs was very interesting However I'm glad that some traditions are gone and hope they stay that way Banabhatta mentioned the chandala peoples but he places them in such poor light it's uite sickening The time period in which he lived is the one where Vedic ideals on division of labor were lost and twisted into the power greedy caste horror it is today Women had hardly any power either and that also makes me glad I live in this eraA fun read and well recommended