मालविकाग्निमित्रम्

मालविकाग्निमित्रम्


मालविकाग्निमित्रम् ❴Read❵ ➮ मालविकाग्निमित्रम् Author Kālidāsa – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The play tells the story of the love of Agnimitra the Shunga Emperor at Vidisha for the beautiful lun maiden of his chief ueen He falls in love with the picture of an exiled servant girl named Mālavi The play tells the story of the love of Agnimitra the Shunga Emperor at Vidisha for the beautiful lun maiden of his chief ueen He falls in love with the picture of an exiled servant girl named Mālavikā He must resort to the help of his jester and play a game of subterfuge merely to look at the new girl When the ueen discovers her husband's passion for this girl she becomes infuriated and has Mālavikā imprisoned but as fate would have it in the end she is discovered to be of royal birth and is accepted as one of his ueensThe play contains an account of the Rajasuya sacrifice performed by Pushyamitra Shunga and an elaborate exposition of a theory on music and acting.

  • Hardcover
  • 123 pages
  • मालविकाग्निमित्रम्
  • Kālidāsa
  • English
  • 14 July 2016
  • 9788182200142

About the Author: Kālidāsa

Kālidāsa Devanāgarī कालिदास servant of Kali was a th century renowned Classical Sanskrit writer widely regarded as the greatest poet and dramatist in the Sanskrit languageNothing apart from his works is known with certainty about the life of Kālidāsa such as where he lived or the dates of his birth and death According to legend he was known for his beauty which brought him to the atten.



10 thoughts on “मालविकाग्निमित्रम्

  1. beautywithbooks beautywithbooks says:

    Malavikagnimitram is Kalidasa’s first sanskrit play narrating the love of king Agnimitra the Shunga Emperor at Vidisha for for the beautiful hand maiden of his chief ueen and dancer Malavika When the ueen discovers her husband’s passion for this girl she becomes infuriated and has Mālavikā imprisoned but as fate would have it in the end she is discovered to be of royal birth and is accepted as one of his ueensThe ways devised by Agnimitra’s brahmin friend Gautama so that the king can get a chance to meet Malavika are very hilarious The translation is very poetic and there is use of so many metaphors used to describe fine arts romance and nature’s beauty which are fun to read It’s a light and uick read

  2. Metin Yılmaz Metin Yılmaz says:

    Hint edebiyatına olan önyargılarımı kırmamı sağlayan kitaplardan biri oldu Masalsı bir tragedya okumak isteyenler için tavsiyemdir

  3. Riju Ganguly Riju Ganguly says:

    I had got acuainted with the story through a Bengali translation of this classic But this edition turned out to be a real joy thanks to the lucid translations and extremely informative notes provided by the translator Srinivas ReddyThe story is nothing special But the imagery and similes prove that the creator was on his way towards greatnessThis edition is the one if you need to study this piece for academic purposes thanks to the notes and annotations

  4. Neha Sharma Neha Sharma says:

    विदिशा के महाराज अग्निमित्र और विदर्भ की राजकुमारी मालविका की प्रेमकथाईसा पूर्व महाकवि कालीदास ने इस नाटक को लिखा थालेकिन आज भी पढ़ने से उनकी लेखन क्षमता पर गर्व होता हैभारतवर्ष साहित्य के क्षेत्र में हमेशा धनी रहा है।साथ ही इन दिनों जो जोड़ियों के नाम एक साथ जोड़ने का फैशन चल रहा हैब्रैंजलीनासैफ़ीना कालीदास की रचनाओं को देखकर कहा जा सकता है कि वो भी भारत में संस्कृत मेंबहुत पहले हो चुका है।

  5. Nandini Goel Nandini Goel says:

    A beautiful story by Kalidasa Would like to read some of his worksregardsNandini Goel

  6. Kritika Kritika says:

    Very simple drama which is made to sound beautiful by the choice of words and beauty of the language

  7. Sneha M Sneha M says:

    Believed to be Kalidasa's first work Malavikagnimitram is the love story of King Agnimitra and the dancer Malavika The tale unfolds through humourous palace interludes vivid descriptions of fine arts and cunning machinations of court players Even in this early work Kalidasa's characterstic penchant for romance art and natural beauty is evident at every delightful turn of plot He transforms a simple tale of forbidden love into an engrossing courtly drama filled with beauty humor and wit

  8. Malvika Malvika says:

    So the story was average imo But I gave the book 4 stars because I was named after this Malavika One thing I really found interesting is that at the beginning of the play the actors mentioned it that they were going to present the play and it just sort of reminded me of Brecht's alienation effect

  9. Semih Semih says:

    Für mich war das ein toller Einstieg in die indische Literatur da ich vorher nie das Vergnügen mit dem Land hatte Die Handlung und die Dialoge sind verständlich flüssig und interessant Freue mich schon auf das nächste indische literarische Werk

  10. Revanth Ukkalam Revanth Ukkalam says:

    Lol

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10 thoughts on “मालविकाग्निमित्रम्

  1. beautywithbooks beautywithbooks says:

    Malavikagnimitram is Kalidasa’s first sanskrit play narrating the love of king Agnimitra the Shunga Emperor at Vidisha for for the beautiful hand maiden of his chief ueen and dancer Malavika When the ueen discovers her husband’s passion for this girl she becomes infuriated and has Mālavikā imprisoned but as fate would have it in the end she is discovered to be of royal birth and is accepted as one of his ueensThe ways devised by Agnimitra’s brahmin friend Gautama so that the king can get a chance to meet Malavika are very hilarious The translation is very poetic and there is use of so many metaphors used to describe fine arts romance and nature’s beauty which are fun to read It’s a light and uick read

  2. Metin Yılmaz Metin Yılmaz says:

    Hint edebiyatına olan önyargılarımı kırmamı sağlayan kitaplardan biri oldu Masalsı bir tragedya okumak isteyenler için tavsiyemdir

  3. Riju Ganguly Riju Ganguly says:

    I had got acuainted with the story through a Bengali translation of this classic But this edition turned out to be a real joy thanks to the lucid translations and extremely informative notes provided by the translator Srinivas ReddyThe story is nothing special But the imagery and similes prove that the creator was on his way towards greatnessThis edition is the one if you need to study this piece for academic purposes thanks to the notes and annotations

  4. Neha Sharma Neha Sharma says:

    विदिशा के महाराज अग्निमित्र और विदर्भ की राजकुमारी मालविका की प्रेमकथाईसा पूर्व महाकवि कालीदास ने इस नाटक को लिखा थालेकिन आज भी पढ़ने से उनकी लेखन क्षमता पर गर्व होता हैभारतवर्ष साहित्य के क्षेत्र में हमेशा धनी रहा है।साथ ही इन दिनों जो जोड़ियों के नाम एक साथ जोड़ने का फैशन चल रहा हैब्रैंजलीनासैफ़ीना कालीदास की रचनाओं को देखकर कहा जा सकता है कि वो भी भारत में संस्कृत मेंबहुत पहले हो चुका है।

  5. Nandini Goel Nandini Goel says:

    A beautiful story by Kalidasa Would like to read some of his worksregardsNandini Goel

  6. Kritika Kritika says:

    Very simple drama which is made to sound beautiful by the choice of words and beauty of the language

  7. Sneha M Sneha M says:

    Believed to be Kalidasa's first work Malavikagnimitram is the love story of King Agnimitra and the dancer Malavika The tale unfolds through humourous palace interludes vivid descriptions of fine arts and cunning machinations of court players Even in this early work Kalidasa's characterstic penchant for romance art and natural beauty is evident at every delightful turn of plot He transforms a simple tale of forbidden love into an engrossing courtly drama filled with beauty humor and wit

  8. Malvika Malvika says:

    So the story was average imo But I gave the book 4 stars because I was named after this Malavika One thing I really found interesting is that at the beginning of the play the actors mentioned it that they were going to present the play and it just sort of reminded me of Brecht's alienation effect

  9. Semih Semih says:

    Für mich war das ein toller Einstieg in die indische Literatur da ich vorher nie das Vergnügen mit dem Land hatte Die Handlung und die Dialoge sind verständlich flüssig und interessant Freue mich schon auf das nächste indische literarische Werk

  10. Revanth Ukkalam Revanth Ukkalam says:

    Lol

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