Sacontalá ; or, The fatal ring: an Indian drama. / By Cálidás. Translated from the original Sanscrit and Prácrit Kālidāsa

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Kālidāsa
Subjects
Kālidāsa.; Śakuntalā (Hindu mythology) - Drama.; Sanskrit drama.
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Juvenile
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Kalidasa's play about the love of King Dusyanta and Sakuntala, their separation by a curse and eventual reunion, is the supreme work of Sanskrit drama its greatest poet and playwright. This new verse translation includes the famous version of the story from the Mahabharata and an introduction to classical Indian aesthetics and drama. - ;KING Yes. I shall release you -SAKUNTALA When?KING When? When, like a bee, I kiss the bud of your unbruised lip And flood my thirsting mouth with nectar. Kalidasa's play about the love of King Dusyanta and Sakuntala, a hermitage girl, their separation by a curse.
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Read associated articles: Clay Sanskrit Library, Sanskrit in the West
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