The Natyasastra and Indian Cinema: A Study of the Rasa Theory as a Cornerstone for Indian Aesthetics

@article{Ibkar2015TheNA,
  title={The Natyasastra and Indian Cinema: A Study of the Rasa Theory as a Cornerstone for Indian Aesthetics},
  author={Alisha Ibkar},
  journal={International Journal of English Language and Translation Studies},
  year={2015},
  volume={03},
  pages={80-87}
}
  • Alisha Ibkar
  • Published 7 March 2015
  • Art
  • International Journal of English Language and Translation Studies
Article History The paper received on: 13/01/2015 Accepted after peerreview on: 22/02/2015 Published on: 07/03/2015 Bharata Muni(200B.C), the Indian performance theorist and philosopher, is credited with the formulation of the ultimate text of performing arts as well the rasa theory and is aptly celebrated as the father of Indian performative arts. Bharata(trans.1995) in Natyasastra has strongly argued that the ultimate sensation depends upon the emotion felt by the audience (as guided by the… 

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The Natyasastra and Indian Cinema: A Study of the Rasa Theory as a Cornerstone for Indian Aesthetics

Article History The paper received on: 13/01/2015 Accepted after peerreview on: 22/02/2015 Published on: 07/03/2015 Bharata Muni(200B.C), the Indian performance theorist and philosopher, is credited

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