KUMARASAMBHAVAM BY KALIDASA PDF

Though this too has many commentaries, the generally accessible and understandable one is that of mahaamahopaadhyaaya mallinaatha suuri, according which this translation is brought to the readers. One such work as this is that of S. Gajendragadkar with bAla bodhini vyAkhya which is published with crituical notes and explanation by Raghunath Damodar Karmarkar, M. A, Ph..

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The Origin of the Young God: Kumarasambhavam

The greatest long poem in classical Sanskrit by the greatest poet of the language, Kumarasambhavam , celebrates the love story of Siva and Parvati. The Kumarasambhavam has come to us in the form of eight sargas out of the seventeen sargas found in some manuscripts. However, only the first eight can be judged, on evidence, to be the original work of Kalidasa. The eight sargas have a completeness of their own. They develop not exactly a love story, but a story of inevitable union between male and female played out on the scale of supreme divinity. But Parvati is Sati reborn and the marriage is desired not only by Parvati and her parents, but also by the gods.

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Kumarasambhava

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Kumara-Sambhavam of Kalidasa – Sanskrit & English

The poet begins with a description of the mountain Himalaya, deservedly called as the King of all mountain ranges, for his resourcefulness. Himavan had a son named Mainaka and a daughter called Parvati, who in her former birth was Lady Sati Devi, the daughter of daksha-prjApati and the wife of Shiva. Parvati's childhood and budding youth are then described. When she has attained the marriageable age, the Sage Narada, who is on a visit to Himalaya, foretells that she would win Shiva for her husband. Relying on this prophesy, Himalaya does not particularly bestir himself to search for bridegrooms for his daughter Parvati. In the meanwhile, the god Shiva, after he had lost his wife Lady Sati, had betaken himself to a peak on the Himalaya and was practising ascesis there.

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