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" THE MOON SINKS YONDER IN THE WEST WHILE IN THE EAST THE GLORIOUS SUN BEHIND THE HERALD DAWN APPEARS— THUS RISE AND SET IN CONSTANT CHANGE THOSE SHINING ORBS AND REGULATE THE VERY LIFE OF THIS OUR WORLD — Kalidasa (Sanskrit poet). "
The Jewel City: Its Planning and Achievement; Its Architecture, Sculpture ... - Page 61
by Ben Macomber - 1915 - 204 pages
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Best Bits of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition and San Francisco

Elizabeth Platt Deitrick - Panama-Pacific International Exposition - 1915 - 118 pages
...attic: (India) The moon sinks yonder in the West while in the East the glorious sun behind the herald dawn appears — Thus rise and set in constant change...regulate the very life of this our world. — Kalidasa. Arch of the Rising Sun, west side, facing court. Panel at right of attic: (Japan) Our eyes and hearts...
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The Inscriptions at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition

Porter Garnett - Inscriptions - 1915 - 35 pages
...name. 20 (India) THE MOON SINKS YONDER IN THE WEST WHILE IN THE EAST THE GLORIOUS SUN BEHIND THE HERALD DAWN APPEARS - THUS RISE AND SET IN CONSTANT CHANGE...REGULATE THE VERY LIFE OF THIS OUR WORLD — Kalidasa. The opening lines of the fourth act of "Shakuntala." Its author, Kalidasa, is the poet in Sanscrit...
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The Architecture and Landscape Gardening of the Exposition: A Pictorial ...

Maud Wotring Raymond - Panama-Pacific International Exposition - 1915 - 202 pages
...India, reads The moon sinks yonder in the west, While, in the east, the glorious sun Behind the herald dawn appears. Thus rise and set in constant change...regulate the very life of this our world. — Kalidasa. The panel at the right of the attic, representing Japan, reads Our eyes and hearts uplifted, seem to...
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The Architecture and Landscape Gardening of the Exposition

1915
...India, reads The moon sinks yonder in the west, While, in the east, the glorious sun Behind the herald dawn appears. Thus rise and set in constant change...regulate the very life of this our world. — Kalidasa. The panel at the right of the attic, representing Japan, reads Our eyes and hearts uplifted, seem to...
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Palaces and Courts of the Exposition: A Handbook of the Architecture ...

Juliet James - Panama-Pacific International Exposition - 1915 - 151 pages
...Rising Sun: "The moon sinks yonder in the west While in the east the glorius sun Behind the herald dawn appears Thus rise and set in constant change...orbs And regulate the very life of this our world." — By Kalidasa (the Shakespeare of India). DESCENDING NIGHT ' ' — By AA Weinmaun The sun at setting...
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PALACES AND COURTS OF THE EXPOSITION

JULIET JAMES - 1915
...Rising Sun: "The moon sinks yonder in the west While in the east the glorius sun Behind the herald dawn appears Thus rise and set in constant change...orbs And regulate the very life of this our world." —By Kalidasa (the Shakespeare of India). 49 The sun at setting is represented by a beautiful woman....
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The Photographic Journal of America: The Oldest Photography ..., Volume 52

Photography - 1915
...moon sinks yonder in the west, while in the east the glorious sun appears behind the herald, dawn. Thus rise and set in constant change those shining...orbs and regulate the very life of this our world." Passing under this THE PANAMA PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION 293 FESTIVAL HALL arch one should look...
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The Story of the Exposition: Being the Official History of the ..., Volume 2

Frank Morton Todd - Panama-Pacific International Exposition - 1921
...poet Kalidasa: "The moon sinks yonder in the West while in the East the glorious sun behind the herald dawn appears — thus rise and set in constant change...orbs and regulate the very life of this our world." And from Japan came the sunrise note of Hitomaro: "Our eyes and hearts uplifted seem to gaze on heaven's...
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