Alankara, also referred to as palta or alankaram, is a concept in Indian classical music and —Natya Shastra Bharata Muni ( BCE CE). Here are . Search found 2 books and stories containing Alamkarashastra, Alaṃkāraśāstra, Alaṃkāra-śāstra, Alankarashastra or Alankara-shastra. You can also click to the. Alankara Sastra Parichiti. Mishra, Bhabagrahi and Mishra, Santilata () Alankara Sastra Parichiti. Friends Publishers, Cuttack.

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He does not illustrate these as he illustrates the metres and Alankaras. The first writer who is now known to have introduced new Laksanas is Bhoja. Rudrata relates them to the theme: Abhinava here refers to the Anustubh and Upajati recensions, takes both of them as given by Bharata, but says, that he follows the list handed down from his own teacher.

But we must be clear as regards this point: When Bhamaha says thus that a lovely face does not shine without ornaments, he seems to contradict himself. This is said not only in view of the large sense in which we have tried to explain it above. An Upama is an Alankara. Sometimes it seems that court-poetry will praise and pun and work conceits upon Ganga, Ksirodadhi and Candra themselves to the exclusion of what they are taken to represent, viz.

Everything was in order and the book, well packaged. The definition of contains the mention of and as part of that Laksana.

Facts, by themselves, are unattractive ; sometimes reality appals us ; but poets teach us as they charm: While dealing with Laksanas in that same name he used the Anustubh list with a small difference. For him the whole Kavyaprapanca is Alahkara-Brahman.


A song without any alankarawould be like a night without a moon, a river devoid of water, a vine without any flower, and a woman without any ornament.

Here is an appropriate Utpreksa, one in perfect consonance with the sentiment ; Kalidasa has heightened the Rasa by xastra.

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All these facts about decoration by figure in poetry ssastra realised by Ananda who has formulated rules for the proper employment of Alankara. The full development of Dandin, as well as of Bhamaha, is seen in two directions in Bhoja and Kuntaka. Perhaps, the latter are people further south or those in the south other than the V aidarbhas. Venkatasubramonia lyer Cochin, Kerala May this publication, written aankara the erudite tradition of India and Germany and dedicated to a great Sanskrit Scholar, be serving as an Important source of information and inspiration to all those interested in Indian poetry.


As a matter of fact, Bhamaha calls this Bhavikatva an Alahkara in the beginning of the third chapter: The north and the west of the verse of Bana are lost.

Again, speaking of the reverse of the Guna called Samata, in Gauda marga, Dandin says: Alahkara as ornament of a woman also was understood by Bhoja in a large sense. The attribute only means that in the field of poetic expression where Vakrokti rises gradually, Svabhavokti stands first or at the bottom involving least Vakrata ; it is the starting point ; the ground for Vakrokti to come into further play.

Kuntaka refers to the natural sweetness of southern music. There was prevalent a dislike for the latter, since it abounded in excesses of sound effects and figure effects. Murry says, is the theme, the other factor being vocabulary.


This Varta is a sweet complement or word of welcome or enquiry on alankwra occasion of the arrival of a worthy guest. He simply says that he has pointed out five kinds of Upama and that the intelligent must take other varieties from Kavya and Loka.

He gives the 36 of the Anustubh list with this difference that he gives Sanksepa newly in the place of Ksobha. Pratiharenduraja occupies an important place in the history of Bhavika. I am thankful to the authorities of the Journal of Oriental Research, Madras, the Journal of the Madras University, Madras, the Indian Historical Quarterly, Calcutta and the Indian Culture, Calcutta for their permission to bring out in the form of this book these studies of mine on concepts of the Alahkara S’astra which originally appeared in those journals in the form VI 11 of articles.

Fie argued that there was no end when one began attributing to styles all sorts of ethical qualities like restraint etc. Thanks many times over! The text available is this — I p. Svabhavokti and Rasavad Rasokti as Bhoja would say are sastda distinguished.

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