Shringar - the Ras Raj: A Classical Indian View
The Shringar poetry is not simply a fresh school of poetry but is, in many respects, comparable to the great English romantic poetry excelling in the delineation of nature and flight of imagination. It is a unique effort of bringing under the umbrella of ras poetry, music, sculpture and painting, and a rare mix of scholarship and popular writing.
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Preface and Acknowledgements
2 Roop ShringarRoop Lavanya
3 Ritu Varnan and Rag Ragini
4 ShringarIts Aesthetic BaseTheory and Practice
5 NayakNayika Bhed
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