Rasa in Aesthetics: An Application of Rasa Theory to Modern Western Literature
Dr. Patnaik Elucidates The Fundamentals Of The Rasa Theory And Applies The Canons Of This Theory To Various Modern Western Literary Works, Chinese Love Lyrics And The Japanese Haiku Poems. Its Historical Development And Recognition Are Discussed.
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THE RASAS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP
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Abhinavabharati accompanying According to Abhinavagupta adbhuta rasa Aesthetic Experience According Aesthetic Rapture alienation Anandavardhana anger anubhavas Bharata Bhartrhari bhavas bhayanaka rasa bhduas bibhatsa rasa Book of Sand cause comedy comes comic context correct perception courage cruelty dark death delight depicted discussed disgust drama dynamic energy earlier eight rasas element essence fact fear flavour fury gives rise grotesque Haiku hasya rasa Heart of Darkness Hence heroic holds the possibility implies important incomprehension Indian tradition inimical instance involves Jonathan Livingston Seagull karuna rasa kind laughter little prince look Lord Jim love-in-separation love-in-union Mahabharata manifestation metaphysical moksa narrator Natya Sastra object perceiver poem poetics poetry rasa experience rasa theory raudra rasa reader relation response sadness Sanskrit santa rasa says sdnta sense Siddhartha sorrow soul srngara sthayibhava suggested T.S. Eliot terrifying things tragedy transcendence Upanisad vibhavas violence vipralambha vira rasa vyabhicaribhavas wonder words