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Published by New York University Press, JJC Foundation in New York .
Written in English

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  • Bāṇa -- Translations into English

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Edition Notes

Statementby Bana ; translated by David Smith.
GenreTranslations into English
ContributionsSmith, David 1944-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPK3791.B188 K33 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23230204M
ISBN 100814795587
ISBN 109780814795583
LC Control Number2009019754

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Kadambari is a lyrical prose romance that narrates the love story of Kadambari, a Gandharva princess, and Chandrapida, a prince who is eventually revealed to be the moon god. Acclaimed as a great literary work, it is replete with eloquent descriptions of palaces, forests, mountains, gardens, sunrises and sunsets and love in separation and. No Sanskrit poet is more interesting, original, or greater than Bana. His prose poem “Princess Kadámbari” is his supreme achievement. His patron, King Harsha, ruled much of northern India from to CE from his capital at Kannauj. “Princess Kadámbari,” a work of fiction set in keenly observed royal courts, has everything. 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. "Kadambari is a lyrical prose romance that narrates the love story of Kadambari, a Gandharva princess, and Chandrapida, a prince who is eventually revealed to be the moon god. Acclaimed as a great literary work, it is replete with eloquent descriptions of palaces, forests, mountains, gardens, sunrises and sunsets and love in separation and fulfillment.