Heidegger and Asian Thought
University of Hawaii Press, Sep 1, 1987 - Philosophy - 292 pages
Section I deals with problems presented by several Sanskrit works, namely the lower limit of the date of the original Harivamsa, Kalapriyanatha mentioned in Bhavabhuti's plays the identification of the date of Dhananjaya the author of the Dvisandhana Kavya and the Namamala and the fixation of his date the historical background of Rajasekhara's Viddhasalabhanjika etc. It gives also for the first time a detailed account for Soddhala's Udayasundarikatha.
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