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Why Should We Read the Mangala Verses

@inproceedings{Minkowski2008WhySW,
  title={Why Should We Read the Mangala Verses},
  author={Christopher Z. Minkowski},
  year={2008}
}

Kārtikā Tirunāḻ Bālarāma Varma’s Self-portrait in Bālarāmabharata

Kārtikā Tirunāḷ Bālarāma Varma (r. 1758–1798) was the ruler of the South Indian state of Travancore and the author of a Sanskrit treatise on theatrology, the Bālarāmabharata. His reign constituted an

A Study of Three Nepalese Manuscripts

Authority and Auspiciousness in Gaurana's Lakṣaṇadīpikā

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    Journal of the American Oriental Society
  • 2019
Moving beyond poetry’s affective and semantic powers, south Indian rubrics of poetic analysis often examined poetry’s metaphysical dimensions. The poeticians of the Telugu country developed an

Poetry and Prayer: Stotras in the Religious and Literary History of Kashmir

Poetry and Prayer: Stotras in the Religious and Literary History of Kashmir

Heavenly Carrots and Earthly Sticks: How Phalasruti Paratexts Empower Puranic Discourse

: Using Genette’s theoretical framework of the ‘paratext’, this article analyses various phalas´ruti texts found in the Skandapur @ > a . These enumerate the ‘rewards of hearing’, that is, supposed