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C.M. Ridding

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Item Description: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, 1974. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First. 255pp. The Kadambari of Bana is one of the most interesting work for several reasons. It is a standard example of classical prose; has enjoyed a long popularity as a romance, and is one of the comparatively few Sanskrit works which can be assigned to a certain date, and so it can serve as a landmark in the history of Indian literature and thought. It may perhaps contain nothing not found elsewhere, but the fact of its having a date gives it a value. Banabhatta, its author, lived in the reign of Harshavardhana of Thanesar, the great king mentioned in many Inscriptions who extended his rule over the whole of Northern India, and from whose reign (AD 606) dates the Harsha era, used in Nepal. Another source of interest in Kadambari lies in its contribution to folklore. C.M. Ridding has done a singular service by rendering this elegant and simple translation intended for English readers from classica Sanskrit prose with unending compounds, which suggest the impetuous rush of a torrent, and the similes and puns are like the play of light and shade on its waters. Bookseller Inventory # 395690

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Item Description: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India, 1974. Hardbound. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. The Kadambari of Bana is one of the most interesting works for several reasons. It is a standard example of classical prose; has enjoyed a long popularity as a romance, and is one of the comparatively few Sanskrit works which can be assigned to a certain date, and so it can serve as a landmark in the history of Indian literature and thought. It may perhaps contain nothing not found elsewhere, but the fact of it having a date gives it a value. Banabhatta, its author, lived in the reign of Harshavardhana of Thanesar, the great king mentioned in many Inscriptions who extended his rule over the whole of Northern India, and from whose reign (AD 606) dates the Harsha era, used in Nepal. Another source of interest in Kadambari lies in its contribution to folklore. C.M. Ridding has done a singular service by rendering this elegant and simple translation intended for English readers from classic Sanskrit prose with unending compounds, which suggest the impetuous rush of a torrent, and the similes and puns are like the play of light and shade on its waters. Printed Pages: 256. Size: 15 Cms x 23 Cms. Bookseller Inventory # 002618

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Item Description: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 1974. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First edition. The Kadambari of Bana is one of the most interesting work for several reasons. It is a standard example of classical prose; has enjoyed a long popularity as a romance, and is one of the comparatively few Sanskrit works which can be assigned to a certain date, and so it can serve as a landmark in the history of Indian literature and thought. It may perhaps contain nothing not found elsewhere, but the fact of its having a date gives it a value. Banabhatta, its author, lived in the reign of Harshavardhana of Thanesar, the great king mentioned in many Inscriptions who extended his rule over the whole of Northern India, and from whose reign (AD 606) dates the Harsha era, used in Nepal. Another source of interest in Kadambari lies in its contribution to folklore. C.M. Ridding has done a singular service by rendering this elegant and simple translation intended for English readers from classica Sanskrit prose with unending compounds, which suggest the impetuous rush of a torrent, and the similes and puns are like the play of light and shade on its waters. Printed Pages: 254. Bookseller Inventory # 2170

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Item Description: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India, 1974. Hardbound. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. The Kadambari of Bana is one of the most interesting works for several reasons. It is a standard example of classical prose; has enjoyed a long popularity as a romance, and is one of the comparatively few Sanskrit works which can be assigned to a certain date, and so it can serve as a landmark in the history of Indian literature and thought. It may perhaps contain nothing not found elsewhere, but the fact of it having a date gives it a value. Banabhatta, its author, lived in the reign of Harshavardhana of Thanesar, the great king mentioned in many Inscriptions who extended his rule over the whole of Northern India, and from whose reign (AD 606) dates the Harsha era, used in Nepal. Another source of interest in Kadambari lies in its contribution to folklore. C.M. Ridding has done a singular service by rendering this elegant and simple translation intended for English readers from classic Sanskrit prose with unending compounds, which suggest the impetuous rush of a torrent, and the similes and puns are like the play of light and shade on its waters. Printed Pages: 256. Size: 15 Cms x 23 Cms. Bookseller Inventory # 002618

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Item Description: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 1974. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First edition. The Kadambari of Bana is one of the most interesting work for several reasons. It is a standard example of classical prose; has enjoyed a long popularity as a romance, and is one of the comparatively few Sanskrit works which can be assigned to a certain date, and so it can serve as a landmark in the history of Indian literature and thought. It may perhaps contain nothing not found elsewhere, but the fact of its having a date gives it a value. Banabhatta, its author, lived in the reign of Harshavardhana of Thanesar, the great king mentioned in many Inscriptions who extended his rule over the whole of Northern India, and from whose reign (AD 606) dates the Harsha era, used in Nepal. Another source of interest in Kadambari lies in its contribution to folklore. C.M. Ridding has done a singular service by rendering this elegant and simple translation intended for English readers from classica Sanskrit prose with unending compounds, which suggest the impetuous rush of a torrent, and the similes and puns are like the play of light and shade on its waters. Printed Pages: 254. Bookseller Inventory # 2170

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Hideaki Sato

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Dr Jayanti Tripathy

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Hideaki Sato (translated into English, with Critical introduction); Foreword By A.K. Warder

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C.M. Ridding

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Item Description: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 1974. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First edition. The Kadambari of Bana is one of the most interesting work for several reasons. It is a standard example of classical prose; has enjoyed a long popularity as a romance, and is one of the comparatively few Sanskrit works which can be assigned to a certain date, and so it can serve as a landmark in the history of Indian literature and thought. It may perhaps contain nothing not found elsewhere, but the fact of its having a date gives it a value. Banabhatta, its author, lived in the reign of Harshavardhana of Thanesar, the great king mentioned in many Inscriptions who extended his rule over the whole of Northern India, and from whose reign (AD 606) dates the Harsha era, used in Nepal. Another source of interest in Kadambari lies in its contribution to folklore. C.M. Ridding has done a singular service by rendering this elegant and simple translation intended for English readers from classica Sanskrit prose with unending compounds, which suggest the impetuous rush of a torrent, and the similes and puns are like the play of light and shade on its waters. Printed Pages: 254. Bookseller Inventory # 2170

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Ridding, C. M.

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Item Description: Oriental Books Reprint Corporation, New Delhi, India, 1974. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very good- condition. Dust Jacket Condition: Very good condition (DJ). First Indian edition. xxiv, 231 pages of text including an index. Hardcover binding in excellent condition, except for a Vivekananda Vedanta Society Library pocket affixed to the inside front cover, previous owner's name stamped neatly on the front endpaper, and the title page and preceding page with a small dark stain in the margin. The original unclipped dustjacket is lightly rubbed, with a few small chips and shelfwear; protected in archival mylar. First published in London in 1895. The text is clean and unmarked. First Indian edition. Size: Octavo (8vo). Book. Bookseller Inventory # 016829

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Hideaki Sato

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Item Description: D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd., 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First edition. It is the first ever English translation of Narasimha`s Kadambarinataka. And also its first critical evaluation, highlighting not only its high importance in Sanskrit-Prakrit literature of medieval India, but also how this 14th-century play compares favourably with the masterly kavyas of the classicists like Sudraka, Kalidasa, Bhavabhuti and Rajasekhara. Kadambarinataka is essentially a dramatic version of Kadambari. an internationally celebrated novel/romance of the 7th century, authored by the legendary Bana and his son. For over six centuries, it has remained unacknow-ledged and unnoticed owing to the prevailing prejudice against the whole range of Sanskrit-Prakrit literature that came to be written after the 10th century or so. Though the play saw its only printed edition in 1936, it was not studied in perspective nor has it so far been translated into any language. Dr. Hideaki Sato retrieves Kadambarinataka from the centuries of oblivion, offering this literary masterpiece, in two parts, to English-knowing audiences the world over. Part One, in the nature, of a critical introduction, focusses on Narasimha : the author, his times and his writings; together with insightful analyses of his nataka`s sources, plot structure, language, style, innovative elements, and how far it has deviated from Bana`s Kadambari. Part Two comprises the English rendering of Kadambarinataka which, based directly on its two manuscripts available today, also carries extensive textual notes. CONTENTS: Foreword; Preface; Part I : AN INTRODUCTION TO THE KADAMBARINATAKA OF NARASIMHA : 1. Preliminary 2. The Critical Apparatus for the Study of the Kadambarinataka : i. The Madras Sanskrit-Prakrit Manuscript ii. The Madras Sanskrit Chaya Manuscript iii. V. Krishnamacharya`s Printed Edition 3. The Poet Narasimha and His Works : i. Narasimha`s Country, Times and Genealogy ii. Narasimha`s Works iii. Narasimha`s Royal Patronage and the Kadambarinataka`s Date 4. The Kadambarinataka `s Source Story and its Originality : i. The Three Versions of the Story of Kadambari : a. The Kadambari Version b. The So-Called Brhatkatha Version c. The Avantisundari Version ii. The Originality of the Novel Kadambari 5. Some Basic Problems Concerning Narasimha`s Dramatization of the Novel Kadambari : i The Title and the Type of the Play ii. The Languages and the Style iii. The Verses and the Meters 6. Narasimha`s Treatment of the Novel Kadambari`s Plot in His Kadambarinataka : i. Different Views on Innovations in a Nataka `s Plot ii. The Altered Sequence of Incidents iii. Innovated Incidents iv. Innovations in the Characters 7. A Further Analysis of the Plot Structure of the Kadambarinataka : i. The Arthaprakrtis ii. The Opening Benediction and the Prologue iii. The Acts iv. The Preludes v. The Samdhis vi. The Samdhyangas : a. The Angus of the Mukha Samdhi b. The Angas of the Pratimukha Samdhi c. The Angas of the Garbha Samdhi d. The Angas of the Avamarsa Samdhi e. The Angas of the Nirvahana Samdhi vii. The Samdhyantaras viii. The Patakasthanakas 8. The Garbhanka : A Special Feature of the Kadambarinataka : i. The Garbhanka According to Theorists ii. The Garbhankas in other Sanskrit-Prakrit Plays iii. The Garbhanka in the Kadambarinataka 9. The Rasas of the Kadambarinataka : i. Theories of Rasa ii. The Rasas Developed in the Kadambarinataka 10. Concluding Remarks Part II : A COMPLETE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE KADAMBARINATAKA OF NARASIMHA WITH DETAILED TEXTUAL NOTES : Notes on the Translation Dramatis Personae : Opening Benediction Prologue Suddhaviskambhaka - Prelude to Act One Act One Act Two : Pravesaka - Prelude to Act Three Act Three : Misraviskambhaka - Prelude to Act Four Act Four : Culika - Prelude to Act Five Act Five : Ankamukha - Prelude to Act Printed Pages: 314. Bookseller Inventory # 1666

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Hideaki Sato (translated into English, with Critical introduction); Foreword By A.K. Warder

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Hideaki Sato

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Item Description: D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd., 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First edition. It is the first ever English translation of Narasimha`s Kadambarinataka. And also its first critical evaluation, highlighting not only its high importance in Sanskrit-Prakrit literature of medieval India, but also how this 14th-century play compares favourably with the masterly kavyas of the classicists like Sudraka, Kalidasa, Bhavabhuti and Rajasekhara. Kadambarinataka is essentially a dramatic version of Kadambari. an internationally celebrated novel/romance of the 7th century, authored by the legendary Bana and his son. For over six centuries, it has remained unacknow-ledged and unnoticed owing to the prevailing prejudice against the whole range of Sanskrit-Prakrit literature that came to be written after the 10th century or so. Though the play saw its only printed edition in 1936, it was not studied in perspective nor has it so far been translated into any language. Dr. Hideaki Sato retrieves Kadambarinataka from the centuries of oblivion, offering this literary masterpiece, in two parts, to English-knowing audiences the world over. Part One, in the nature, of a critical introduction, focusses on Narasimha : the author, his times and his writings; together with insightful analyses of his nataka`s sources, plot structure, language, style, innovative elements, and how far it has deviated from Bana`s Kadambari. Part Two comprises the English rendering of Kadambarinataka which, based directly on its two manuscripts available today, also carries extensive textual notes. CONTENTS: Foreword; Preface; Part I : AN INTRODUCTION TO THE KADAMBARINATAKA OF NARASIMHA : 1. Preliminary 2. The Critical Apparatus for the Study of the Kadambarinataka : i. The Madras Sanskrit-Prakrit Manuscript ii. The Madras Sanskrit Chaya Manuscript iii. V. Krishnamacharya`s Printed Edition 3. The Poet Narasimha and His Works : i. Narasimha`s Country, Times and Genealogy ii. Narasimha`s Works iii. Narasimha`s Royal Patronage and the Kadambarinataka`s Date 4. The Kadambarinataka `s Source Story and its Originality : i. The Three Versions of the Story of Kadambari : a. The Kadambari Version b. The So-Called Brhatkatha Version c. The Avantisundari Version ii. The Originality of the Novel Kadambari 5. Some Basic Problems Concerning Narasimha`s Dramatization of the Novel Kadambari : i The Title and the Type of the Play ii. The Languages and the Style iii. The Verses and the Meters 6. Narasimha`s Treatment of the Novel Kadambari`s Plot in His Kadambarinataka : i. Different Views on Innovations in a Nataka `s Plot ii. The Altered Sequence of Incidents iii. Innovated Incidents iv. Innovations in the Characters 7. A Further Analysis of the Plot Structure of the Kadambarinataka : i. The Arthaprakrtis ii. The Opening Benediction and the Prologue iii. The Acts iv. The Preludes v. The Samdhis vi. The Samdhyangas : a. The Angus of the Mukha Samdhi b. The Angas of the Pratimukha Samdhi c. The Angas of the Garbha Samdhi d. The Angas of the Avamarsa Samdhi e. The Angas of the Nirvahana Samdhi vii. The Samdhyantaras viii. The Patakasthanakas 8. The Garbhanka : A Special Feature of the Kadambarinataka : i. The Garbhanka According to Theorists ii. The Garbhankas in other Sanskrit-Prakrit Plays iii. The Garbhanka in the Kadambarinataka 9. The Rasas of the Kadambarinataka : i. Theories of Rasa ii. The Rasas Developed in the Kadambarinataka 10. Concluding Remarks Part II : A COMPLETE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE KADAMBARINATAKA OF NARASIMHA WITH DETAILED TEXTUAL NOTES : Notes on the Translation Dramatis Personae : Opening Benediction Prologue Suddhaviskambhaka - Prelude to Act One Act One Act Two : Pravesaka - Prelude to Act Three Act Three : Misraviskambhaka - Prelude to Act Four Act Four : Culika - Prelude to Act Five Act Five : Ankamukha - Prelude to Act Printed Pages: 314. Bookseller Inventory # 1666

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Narasimha

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M.R. Kale

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Bana; Smith, David (trans.)

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Hideaki Sato

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Item Description: D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd., 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First edition. It is the first ever English translation of Narasimha`s Kadambarinataka. And also its first critical evaluation, highlighting not only its high importance in Sanskrit-Prakrit literature of medieval India, but also how this 14th-century play compares favourably with the masterly kavyas of the classicists like Sudraka, Kalidasa, Bhavabhuti and Rajasekhara. Kadambarinataka is essentially a dramatic version of Kadambari. an internationally celebrated novel/romance of the 7th century, authored by the legendary Bana and his son. For over six centuries, it has remained unacknow-ledged and unnoticed owing to the prevailing prejudice against the whole range of Sanskrit-Prakrit literature that came to be written after the 10th century or so. Though the play saw its only printed edition in 1936, it was not studied in perspective nor has it so far been translated into any language. Dr. Hideaki Sato retrieves Kadambarinataka from the centuries of oblivion, offering this literary masterpiece, in two parts, to English-knowing audiences the world over. Part One, in the nature, of a critical introduction, focusses on Narasimha : the author, his times and his writings; together with insightful analyses of his nataka`s sources, plot structure, language, style, innovative elements, and how far it has deviated from Bana`s Kadambari. Part Two comprises the English rendering of Kadambarinataka which, based directly on its two manuscripts available today, also carries extensive textual notes. CONTENTS: Foreword; Preface; Part I : AN INTRODUCTION TO THE KADAMBARINATAKA OF NARASIMHA : 1. Preliminary 2. The Critical Apparatus for the Study of the Kadambarinataka : i. The Madras Sanskrit-Prakrit Manuscript ii. The Madras Sanskrit Chaya Manuscript iii. V. Krishnamacharya`s Printed Edition 3. The Poet Narasimha and His Works : i. Narasimha`s Country, Times and Genealogy ii. Narasimha`s Works iii. Narasimha`s Royal Patronage and the Kadambarinataka`s Date 4. The Kadambarinataka `s Source Story and its Originality : i. The Three Versions of the Story of Kadambari : a. The Kadambari Version b. The So-Called Brhatkatha Version c. The Avantisundari Version ii. The Originality of the Novel Kadambari 5. Some Basic Problems Concerning Narasimha`s Dramatization of the Novel Kadambari : i The Title and the Type of the Play ii. The Languages and the Style iii. The Verses and the Meters 6. Narasimha`s Treatment of the Novel Kadambari`s Plot in His Kadambarinataka : i. Different Views on Innovations in a Nataka `s Plot ii. The Altered Sequence of Incidents iii. Innovated Incidents iv. Innovations in the Characters 7. A Further Analysis of the Plot Structure of the Kadambarinataka : i. The Arthaprakrtis ii. The Opening Benediction and the Prologue iii. The Acts iv. The Preludes v. The Samdhis vi. The Samdhyangas : a. The Angus of the Mukha Samdhi b. The Angas of the Pratimukha Samdhi c. The Angas of the Garbha Samdhi d. The Angas of the Avamarsa Samdhi e. The Angas of the Nirvahana Samdhi vii. The Samdhyantaras viii. The Patakasthanakas 8. The Garbhanka : A Special Feature of the Kadambarinataka : i. The Garbhanka According to Theorists ii. The Garbhankas in other Sanskrit-Prakrit Plays iii. The Garbhanka in the Kadambarinataka 9. The Rasas of the Kadambarinataka : i. Theories of Rasa ii. The Rasas Developed in the Kadambarinataka 10. Concluding Remarks Part II : A COMPLETE ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF THE KADAMBARINATAKA OF NARASIMHA WITH DETAILED TEXTUAL NOTES : Notes on the Translation Dramatis Personae : Opening Benediction Prologue Suddhaviskambhaka - Prelude to Act One Act One Act Two : Pravesaka - Prelude to Act Three Act Three : Misraviskambhaka - Prelude to Act Four Act Four : Culika - Prelude to Act Five Act Five : Ankamukha - Prelude to Act Printed Pages: 314. Bookseller Inventory # 1666

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Kalpita Bujarbarua

Published by Pratibha Prakashan (2017)

ISBN 10: 8177024116 ISBN 13: 9788177024111

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Item Description: Pratibha Prakashan, 2017. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Banabhatta: his date, life and works. 3. The Kadambari, its source and deviation, its excellence as a prose work. 4. Social aspect of the Kadambari. 5. Religious aspect of the Kadambari. 6. Popular beliefs and practices as reflected in the Kadambari. 7. Political aspect of the Kadambari. 8. Geographical aspect of the Kadambari. 9. Conclusion. Bibliography. Index. Bookseller Inventory # 122387

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Banabhatta

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ISBN 10: 8185399816 ISBN 13: 9788185399812

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Item Description: Mosaic, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M8185399816

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Dr Balram Sadashiva Agnihotri

Published by The Chowkhamba Vidyabhawan Varanasi 1968 (1968)

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Item Description: The Chowkhamba Vidyabhawan Varanasi 1968, 1968. Book Condition: Very Good. First edition. Hardback. Dust jacket. An abridged edition of the Kadambari of Banabhatta with Text, English and Hindi translation and Introduction. The Vidyabahawan Sanskrit Granthamala 145. Very good in very good dust wrapper. Bookseller Inventory # A102528

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Kadambari. Part 1.: Bana Vatta. Ed.

Bana Vatta. Ed. with a commentary by Taranatha Tarkavacaspati

Published by Calcutta, Printed at the Valmiki press (1871)

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Item Description: Calcutta, Printed at the Valmiki press, 1871. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fair. 1st Edition. 8vo. marbled boards with rubbed leather corners & spine partly detached. 228 pages in Sanskrit. Part 1 of 2 only. Bookseller Inventory # 5sr613

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