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  1. The Clay Sanskrit Library: Ramayana
    The Ramáyana epic centers around Rama, the crown prince of the city of Ayódhya, providing a profound meditation on the paradox of the hero as both human and divine. After rescuing a sage from persecution by demons. Rama attends... Learn More
    Published: 9th November 2009
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  2. The Clay Sanskrit Library: Religion
    ReligionA diverse set, the religion set includes works from the biographical narratives of Buddha and stories of his past rebirths, to the lyrical account of love affair between gods, to a play that satirized religions to make... Learn More
    Published: 9th November 2009
    Hardback / £146.00
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  3. The Clay Sanskrit Library: Story Collections, Tales, Fables
    Adventure, conquest, romance, comedy, suspense, and tragedy are just a few of the themes woven together by the range of styles represented in this set of classical Sanskrit literature. The set brings together classics like the... Learn More
    Published: 9th November 2009
    Hardback / £131.00
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  4. The Clay Sanskrit Library: Mahabharata
    Epic: Maha·bhárata The Maha·bhárata tells the tale of the epic battle between the Pándavas and the Káuravas for the thrown. It begins with the famous game of dice between the Pándavas and the Káuravas, which sets the scene... Learn More
    Published: 9th November 2009
    Hardback / £218.00
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  5. The Clay Sanskrit Library: Plays
    This set of plays provides an array of Sanskrit drama and satire, with plots that vary from the “strikingly Shakespearian” (as H. H. Wilson described it ) “Little Clay Cart” to a dramatization of and amendment to the “Ramáyana”... Learn More
    Published: 9th November 2009
    Hardback / £117.00
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  6. The Clay Sanskrit Library: Poetry
    Including poetry whose masterful artistry addresses themes such as love, Indian epic and religion with as much aesthetic appeal as thematic, the poetry included in this set contains the poetry of well-known poets such as Vedánta... Learn More
    Published: 9th November 2009
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  7. Malavika and Agnimitra
    Its frivolous subject may have been the reason why Malavika and Agni mitra is sometimes considered to be the least significant of the three dramas of Kali dasa, the poet laureate of Indian antiquity who probably lived in the fifth... Learn More
    Published: 31st October 2009
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  8. Princess Kadambari

    Princess Kadambari

    Written by Bana, Translated by David Smith

    Series Clay Sanskrit Library

    NYU Press

    No Sanskrit poet is more interesting, original, or greater than Bana. His prose poem Princess Kadámbari is his supreme achievement. His patron, King Harsha, ruled much of northern India from 606 to 647 CE from his capital at... Learn More
    Published: 31st October 2009
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  9. Mahabharata Book Seven (Volume 2)
    Volume Two of "Drona" begins in the aftermath of tragedy. As evening falls, Arjuna journeys wearily back to camp and is greeted by the ashen faces of his brothers. Before they speak, he guesses the worst. And the worst... Learn More
    Published: 31st October 2009
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  10. Garland of the Buddha's Past Lives (Volume 2)
    In this second volume of the Garland of Past Lives, Aryashura applies his elegant literary skill toward composing fourteen further stories that depict the Buddha’s quest for enlightenment in his former lives. Here the perfection... Learn More
    Published: 31st October 2009
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  11. Seven Hundred Elegant Verses
    When Go·várdhana composed his "Seven Hundred Elegant Verses" in Sanskrit in the twelfth century CE, the title suggested that this was a response to the 700 verses in the more demotic Prakrit language traditionally attributed... Learn More
    Published: 31st October 2009
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  12. The Rise of Wisdom Moon
    The Rise of Wisdom Moon was composed during the mid-eleventh century by Krishna mishra, an otherwise unknown poet in the service of the Chandella dynasty, whose cultural and religious capital was Khajuraho. The early popularity... Learn More
    Published: 31st October 2009
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  13. Mahabharata Books Ten and Eleven
    The great war of the Maha bharata is over. Or is it? This is a single extended family wracked in conflict. Both sides succumbed to treachery. Ashva tthaman, the young leader of the three survivors on the losing side, is incensed... Learn More
    Published: 31st October 2009
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  14. “Self-Surrender,” “Peace,” “Compassion,” and the “Mission of the Goose”
    Vedanta Deshika (1268-1369) was perhaps the most outstanding Sanskrit author in the South Indian tradition focused on Vishnu and one of the most original poets in all of Sanskrit literature. Two of his best-known works appear... Learn More
    Published: 1st September 2009
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  15. How Urvashi was Won
    One of the three surviving plays by Kali dasa (fifth century), universally acknowledged as the supreme poet in classical Sanskrit, How Urvashi Was Won, like the other two, is a masterpiece of lyricism, subtle characterization,... Learn More
    Published: 1st September 2009
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