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The Art of Sanskrit Poetry: An Introduction to Language and Poetics
The Art of Sanskrit Poetry: An Introduction to Language and Poetics
Description
From the Jacket:

This book is both an introduction to Sanskrit and an investigation into the relationship between the nine basic affective states (Bhava) and the form they take in the absence of self-interest (tatasthya) according to the theory of Indian aesthetics as developed in the Dhavanyaloka and the Abhinavabharati..

To illustrate the process of aesthetic appreciation the different categories of suggestion (dhvani) in a continuous twelfth century poetic text (kavya), and the various forms of aesthetic experience (rasa) which the suggestion initiate, are analysed consecutively.

The aspects of culture, mythology, astronomy, botany, etc., which were particularly characteristic of mediaeval India, are discussed in the notes on the basis of reference to Vedic, Upanisadic, Epic, and Puranic texts, as well as to other anthologies of poetry, but also to recent scientific literature in order to explicate them in a more multidisciplinary context.

The grammatical section is based on the text. The vocabulary facilitates alternative translations and hence different suggestions and aesthetic experiences. The General Index includes explanations of all grammatical forms and translation of Sanskrit technical trems plus cross references of English-Sanskrit and Latin-English-Sanskrit regarding flora and fauna.

About the Author:

Niels Hammer studied Sanskrit at the University of Copenhagen. He is currently writing a monograph of the aesthetics of early Indian temple iconography.

CONTENTS

Preface
Acknowledgements
Abbreviations and symbols
Key to the use and structure of the book
1 The Sanskrit language
1.1 Introduction to Sanskrit studies
1.2 Translation from Sanskrit to English
2 Sanskrit poetry and Western poetry
2.1 The Caurapancasika, text, style and context
2.2 Grammar, poetics, vocabulary and notes
2.3 Prolegomena to Sanskrit poetics
2.4 The alankarah, dhvanih and rasah theory of Poetry: alankarah/figure of speech
3 Alankarah, background and abbreviations
3.1 Alankarah examples: A, A
3.2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -U,U
3.3 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -K
3.4 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -D, Dh
3.5 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -N
3.6 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -P
3.7 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Bh
3.8 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Y
3.9 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -R
3.10 - - - - - - - - - - - - - L
3.11 - - - - - - - - - - - - - V
3.12 - - - - - - - - - - - - - S
3.13 - - - - - - - - - - - - - H
4 Semasiology of denotation/ abhidha, connotation/ laksana and purport/ tatparyam
5 Dhvanih/ suggestion, introduction
5.1 Dhvanih, overview
5.2 Dhvanih categorie
6 Rasah/ aesthetic perception and emotion/ bhavah
6.1 The aesthetic perception of love/ srngararasah
6.2 The aesthetic perception of pity/ sympathy/ karunarasah
6.3 The aesthetic perception of bliss/ santarasah
6.4 Creative imagination/ pratibha
6.5 Obstruction/ dosah to rasahM
7 Dhvanih and rasah abbreviations
7.1 Dhvanih/ rasah example: ASAM
7.2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -ASAG
7.3 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -ASAM, ASAG
7.4 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -ASAM, KPKS
7.5 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -ASAG, KPKG
7.6 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -ASAM, SVSM
7.8 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -ASAM, KPKS, SVSM
7.9 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -ASAM, SSMA
7.10 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ASAM, ATYT
7.11 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ASAM, ATYT, ASAG, ATYG, KPKG, SSMG
7.12 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ASAM, ARTS
7.13 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ASAG, ARTG
7.14 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ASAM, SVSM, ARTS
8 Sanskrit prosody
9 The Sanskrit alphabet or neosyllabary in Roman transliteration 9.1 Euphonal combination, external sandhi, vowels
9.2 Euphonal combination, external Sandhi, consonants
9.3 Internal sandhi, n to n, s to s, vowel gradation
10 Syntax and concord, gender and cases
10.1 Nominative, Vocative, Accusative, Instrumantal, Dative, Ablative, Genetive and Genetive absolute, Locative and Locative absolute
10.2 Substantives and adjectives
10.3 Masculine, Feminine and Neuter substantives and adjectives in -a-, -a-h M, -a F, -a-m N
10.4 Masculine, Feminine and Neuter substantives and adjectives in -u-, -u-h M/F, -i N
10.5 Masculine, Feminine and Neuter substantives and adjectives in -u- -u-h M/F, -u N
10.6 Masculine, Feminine and Neuter substantives and adjectives in -in- -I M, -in-i F, -i N
10.7 Present participles P in -ant, -an M, -ant-i F, -at N
10.8 Present participles P in -at, -at M, -at-i F, -at N
10.9 Adjective in -anc, -an M, -ic-i F, -ak N
10.10 Adjective in -mant, -man M, -mat-i F, -mat N, and in -vant, -van M, -vat-i F, -vat N, plus irregular in -an M, -at-i F, -at N
10.11 Adjective in -vams, -van M,-us-i F, -vat n plus in -yams, -yan M, -yas-i F, -yah/s N
10.12 Feminine substantives in -i/ -ih, -u/-uj
10.13 Feminine and Masculine substantives in -r/-a
10.14 Masculine substantives in -an/-a, -man/-a and Neuter substantive in -an/-a
10.15 Neuter substantive in -as/-ah, is/-ih, -us/-uh plus adjective in -as/-ah
10.16 Feminine substantive in -au/-au-h, Masculine and Feminine substantives in -o/-au-h, -yo/-yu/-yau-h
10.17 Feminine substantives in -is/-ik, masculine substantives in -is/-it, Feminine substantives in -aj/-ak, -ac/-ak, Masculine substantives in -ad/-at, -rd/-rt, -uh/-uk, -ut/-ut, -h/-t, -dh/-t,-j/-k, -j/-t, -s/-t, Feminine substantives in -bh/-p, -ir/-ih, and consonant stems
11 The relative pronoun ya-, ya-h M, ya F, ya-d N
11.1 Relative clauses 11.3 The first and the second personal pronoun, aham, tv-am
11.4 Possessive pronoun, mad-iya-, -ya-h M, -ya F, -ya-m N
11.5 The third personal pronoun sa-h M, sa F, ta-d N
11.6 The interrogative pronoun ka-h M, ka F, ki-m N, The reflexive pronoun sva-h, sva F, sva-m N and the pronominal adjective anya-, sarva-, e-ka-
12. Constructions with iti
13. The Forms of the verb, overview
13.1 The thematic verbs, class I, IV,VI, X, causative and denominative
13.2 The athematic verbs, class II, III, V, VII, VIII and IX
13.3 Present indicative, optative and imperative moods
13.4 Imperfect and future tenses
13.5 The passive voice
14 bhu, class I (+class IV, VI and X), Thematic endings, present indicative & Participles, optative and imperative moods, in Parasmai-padam and Atmane-padam
14.1 bhu, imperfect tense, future tense & participles, P & A
14.2 bhu, causative formations & Participles, P & A
14.3 bhu, passive, present indicative & participle, optative & imperative moods, imperfect tense, causative & participle
15 dvis, class II, present indicative & participles, optative and imperative moods, P & A
15.1 dvis, imperfect tense, future tense & participles, causative, P & A passive
15.2 as class II, present indicative & participles, optative and imperative moods plus imperfect tense, P
16 hu, class III, present indicative & participles, optative and imperative moods, P & A
16.1 hu, imperfect tense, future tense & participles, causative, P & A and passive
17 su, class V, present indicative & participles, optative and imperative moods, P & A
17.1su, imperfect tense, future tense & participles, causative, P & A and passive
18 rudh, class VII, present indicative & participles, optative and imperative moods, P & A
18.1 rudh, imperfect tense, future tense & participles, causative, P & A and passive
19 kr, class VIII, present indicative & participles, optative and imperative moods, P & A
19.1 kr, imperfect tense, future tense & participle, causative, P & A and passive
20 lri, class IX, present indicative & participles, optative and imperative moods, P & A
20.1 kri, imperfect tense, future tense & participles, causative, P & A and passive
21 Nominal compounds in general
21.1 Dvandvam, coordinative compound
21.2 Tatpurusah, dependent compound
21.3 Karmadharayah, descriptive compound
21.4 Bahuvrihih, possessive compounds
21.5 Compounds with bhu and kr
22 Prefix: a-/an-, ati-, adhi- anu-,antur-, apa-, api-, abhi-, ava-, a-, ud-, upa-, dus-, ni-, nis-, para-, pari-, pra-, prati-, vi-, sa-, sam-, su-, see also the vocabulary 23 Suffixes:-a-, -a-h M, -a F, -a-m N, -ni-h M/F, -r/-a M/F etc. primary nominal suffixes, -ant, -an/-at M, -ant-I F, -at N present participle P and -a-mana-/-ana-present participle A,
-in, -I M, -in-I F, -I N, -tva F, -tva-m N etc.,
secondary nominal suffixes,
-ta-, -na-, -ita-, the perfect passive participle,
-tara-, -tama-, the comparative and the superlative suffix, -turn, the infinitive ending
-tv-a, -ya, -tya, the gerund/indeclinable participle, -mana-, the present passive participle,
-ya-, (-tav-ya-), -an-iya-, the future passive participle/gerundive
See also the Vocabulary
24 Courapancasika, text, plan, analysis and layout
24.1 Courapancasika, text, translation, poetics, notes, V 1
24.2 -----------------------------------------------------2
24.3 -----------------------------------------------------3
24.4 -----------------------------------------------------4
24.5 -----------------------------------------------------5
24.6 -----------------------------------------------------6
24.7 -----------------------------------------------------7
24.8 -----------------------------------------------------8
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24.100---------------------------------------------------100
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24.102---------------------------------------------------102
24.103---------------------------------------------------103
24.104---------------------------------------------------104
24.105---------------------------------------------------105
24.106---------------------------------------------------106
24.107---------------------------------------------------107
24.108---------------------------------------------------108
24.109---------------------------------------------------109
24.110---------------------------------------------------110
24.111---------------------------------------------------111
24.112---------------------------------------------------112
25 Methodology of the Vocabulary
25.1 Etymological vocabulary of the Courapancasika:A, A
25.2---------------------------------------------------I, I
25.3---------------------------------------------------U, U, R
25.4---------------------------------------------------E, AI, O, AU
25.5---------------------------------------------------Ka, KhA
25.6---------------------------------------------------GA, Gha
25.7---------------------------------------------------Ca, Cha
25.8---------------------------------------------------Ja, Jha
25.9---------------------------------------------------Ta, Tha
25.10--------------------------------------------------Da, Dha
25.11--------------------------------------------------Na
25.12--------------------------------------------------Pa, Pha
25.13--------------------------------------------------Ba, Bha
25.14--------------------------------------------------Ma
25.15--------------------------------------------------Ya
25.16--------------------------------------------------Ra
25.17--------------------------------------------------La
25.18--------------------------------------------------Va
25.19--------------------------------------------------Sa, Sa
25.20--------------------------------------------------Sa
25.21--------------------------------------------------Ha
25.22 Distribution of Lemmata
26 Bibliography
27 Index of Sanskrit, Pratikah, first lines, poetry and prose
28 General Consolidation Index
29 Epilogue

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From the Jacket:

This book is both an introduction to Sanskrit and an investigation into the relationship between the nine basic affective states (Bhava) and the form they take in the absence of self-interest (tatasthya) according to the theory of Indian aesthetics as developed in the Dhavanyaloka and the Abhinavabharati..

To illustrate the process of aesthetic appreciation the different categories of suggestion (dhvani) in a continuous twelfth century poetic text (kavya), and the various forms of aesthetic experience (rasa) which the suggestion initiate, are analysed consecutively.

The aspects of culture, mythology, astronomy, botany, etc., which were particularly characteristic of mediaeval India, are discussed in the notes on the basis of reference to Vedic, Upanisadic, Epic, and Puranic texts, as well as to other anthologies of poetry, but also to recent scientific literature in order to explicate them in a more multidisciplinary context.

The grammatical section is based on the text. The vocabulary facilitates alternative translations and hence different suggestions and aesthetic experiences. The General Index includes explanations of all grammatical forms and translation of Sanskrit technical trems plus cross references of English-Sanskrit and Latin-English-Sanskrit regarding flora and fauna.

About the Author:

Niels Hammer studied Sanskrit at the University of Copenhagen. He is currently writing a monograph of the aesthetics of early Indian temple iconography.

CONTENTS

Preface
Acknowledgements
Abbreviations and symbols
Key to the use and structure of the book
1 The Sanskrit language
1.1 Introduction to Sanskrit studies
1.2 Translation from Sanskrit to English
2 Sanskrit poetry and Western poetry
2.1 The Caurapancasika, text, style and context
2.2 Grammar, poetics, vocabulary and notes
2.3 Prolegomena to Sanskrit poetics
2.4 The alankarah, dhvanih and rasah theory of Poetry: alankarah/figure of speech
3 Alankarah, background and abbreviations
3.1 Alankarah examples: A, A
3.2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -U,U
3.3 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -K
3.4 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -D, Dh
3.5 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -N
3.6 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -P
3.7 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Bh
3.8 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Y
3.9 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -R
3.10 - - - - - - - - - - - - - L
3.11 - - - - - - - - - - - - - V
3.12 - - - - - - - - - - - - - S
3.13 - - - - - - - - - - - - - H
4 Semasiology of denotation/ abhidha, connotation/ laksana and purport/ tatparyam
5 Dhvanih/ suggestion, introduction
5.1 Dhvanih, overview
5.2 Dhvanih categorie
6 Rasah/ aesthetic perception and emotion/ bhavah
6.1 The aesthetic perception of love/ srngararasah
6.2 The aesthetic perception of pity/ sympathy/ karunarasah
6.3 The aesthetic perception of bliss/ santarasah
6.4 Creative imagination/ pratibha
6.5 Obstruction/ dosah to rasahM
7 Dhvanih and rasah abbreviations
7.1 Dhvanih/ rasah example: ASAM
7.2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -ASAG
7.3 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -ASAM, ASAG
7.4 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -ASAM, KPKS
7.5 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -ASAG, KPKG
7.6 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -ASAM, SVSM
7.8 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -ASAM, KPKS, SVSM
7.9 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -ASAM, SSMA
7.10 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ASAM, ATYT
7.11 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ASAM, ATYT, ASAG, ATYG, KPKG, SSMG
7.12 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ASAM, ARTS
7.13 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ASAG, ARTG
7.14 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ASAM, SVSM, ARTS
8 Sanskrit prosody
9 The Sanskrit alphabet or neosyllabary in Roman transliteration 9.1 Euphonal combination, external sandhi, vowels
9.2 Euphonal combination, external Sandhi, consonants
9.3 Internal sandhi, n to n, s to s, vowel gradation
10 Syntax and concord, gender and cases
10.1 Nominative, Vocative, Accusative, Instrumantal, Dative, Ablative, Genetive and Genetive absolute, Locative and Locative absolute
10.2 Substantives and adjectives
10.3 Masculine, Feminine and Neuter substantives and adjectives in -a-, -a-h M, -a F, -a-m N
10.4 Masculine, Feminine and Neuter substantives and adjectives in -u-, -u-h M/F, -i N
10.5 Masculine, Feminine and Neuter substantives and adjectives in -u- -u-h M/F, -u N
10.6 Masculine, Feminine and Neuter substantives and adjectives in -in- -I M, -in-i F, -i N
10.7 Present participles P in -ant, -an M, -ant-i F, -at N
10.8 Present participles P in -at, -at M, -at-i F, -at N
10.9 Adjective in -anc, -an M, -ic-i F, -ak N
10.10 Adjective in -mant, -man M, -mat-i F, -mat N, and in -vant, -van M, -vat-i F, -vat N, plus irregular in -an M, -at-i F, -at N
10.11 Adjective in -vams, -van M,-us-i F, -vat n plus in -yams, -yan M, -yas-i F, -yah/s N
10.12 Feminine substantives in -i/ -ih, -u/-uj
10.13 Feminine and Masculine substantives in -r/-a
10.14 Masculine substantives in -an/-a, -man/-a and Neuter substantive in -an/-a
10.15 Neuter substantive in -as/-ah, is/-ih, -us/-uh plus adjective in -as/-ah
10.16 Feminine substantive in -au/-au-h, Masculine and Feminine substantives in -o/-au-h, -yo/-yu/-yau-h
10.17 Feminine substantives in -is/-ik, masculine substantives in -is/-it, Feminine substantives in -aj/-ak, -ac/-ak, Masculine substantives in -ad/-at, -rd/-rt, -uh/-uk, -ut/-ut, -h/-t, -dh/-t,-j/-k, -j/-t, -s/-t, Feminine substantives in -bh/-p, -ir/-ih, and consonant stems
11 The relative pronoun ya-, ya-h M, ya F, ya-d N
11.1 Relative clauses 11.3 The first and the second personal pronoun, aham, tv-am
11.4 Possessive pronoun, mad-iya-, -ya-h M, -ya F, -ya-m N
11.5 The third personal pronoun sa-h M, sa F, ta-d N
11.6 The interrogative pronoun ka-h M, ka F, ki-m N, The reflexive pronoun sva-h, sva F, sva-m N and the pronominal adjective anya-, sarva-, e-ka-
12. Constructions with iti
13. The Forms of the verb, overview
13.1 The thematic verbs, class I, IV,VI, X, causative and denominative
13.2 The athematic verbs, class II, III, V, VII, VIII and IX
13.3 Present indicative, optative and imperative moods
13.4 Imperfect and future tenses
13.5 The passive voice
14 bhu, class I (+class IV, VI and X), Thematic endings, present indicative & Participles, optative and imperative moods, in Parasmai-padam and Atmane-padam
14.1 bhu, imperfect tense, future tense & participles, P & A
14.2 bhu, causative formations & Participles, P & A
14.3 bhu, passive, present indicative & participle, optative & imperative moods, imperfect tense, causative & participle
15 dvis, class II, present indicative & participles, optative and imperative moods, P & A
15.1 dvis, imperfect tense, future tense & participles, causative, P & A passive
15.2 as class II, present indicative & participles, optative and imperative moods plus imperfect tense, P
16 hu, class III, present indicative & participles, optative and imperative moods, P & A
16.1 hu, imperfect tense, future tense & participles, causative, P & A and passive
17 su, class V, present indicative & participles, optative and imperative moods, P & A
17.1su, imperfect tense, future tense & participles, causative, P & A and passive
18 rudh, class VII, present indicative & participles, optative and imperative moods, P & A
18.1 rudh, imperfect tense, future tense & participles, causative, P & A and passive
19 kr, class VIII, present indicative & participles, optative and imperative moods, P & A
19.1 kr, imperfect tense, future tense & participle, causative, P & A and passive
20 lri, class IX, present indicative & participles, optative and imperative moods, P & A
20.1 kri, imperfect tense, future tense & participles, causative, P & A and passive
21 Nominal compounds in general
21.1 Dvandvam, coordinative compound
21.2 Tatpurusah, dependent compound
21.3 Karmadharayah, descriptive compound
21.4 Bahuvrihih, possessive compounds
21.5 Compounds with bhu and kr
22 Prefix: a-/an-, ati-, adhi- anu-,antur-, apa-, api-, abhi-, ava-, a-, ud-, upa-, dus-, ni-, nis-, para-, pari-, pra-, prati-, vi-, sa-, sam-, su-, see also the vocabulary 23 Suffixes:-a-, -a-h M, -a F, -a-m N, -ni-h M/F, -r/-a M/F etc. primary nominal suffixes, -ant, -an/-at M, -ant-I F, -at N present participle P and -a-mana-/-ana-present participle A,
-in, -I M, -in-I F, -I N, -tva F, -tva-m N etc.,
secondary nominal suffixes,
-ta-, -na-, -ita-, the perfect passive participle,
-tara-, -tama-, the comparative and the superlative suffix, -turn, the infinitive ending
-tv-a, -ya, -tya, the gerund/indeclinable participle, -mana-, the present passive participle,
-ya-, (-tav-ya-), -an-iya-, the future passive participle/gerundive
See also the Vocabulary
24 Courapancasika, text, plan, analysis and layout
24.1 Courapancasika, text, translation, poetics, notes, V 1
24.2 -----------------------------------------------------2
24.3 -----------------------------------------------------3
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24.87----------------------------------------------------87
24.88----------------------------------------------------88
24.89----------------------------------------------------89
24.90----------------------------------------------------90
24.91----------------------------------------------------91
24.92----------------------------------------------------92
24.93----------------------------------------------------93
24.94----------------------------------------------------94
24.95----------------------------------------------------95
24.96----------------------------------------------------96
24.97----------------------------------------------------97
24.98----------------------------------------------------98
24.99----------------------------------------------------99
24.100---------------------------------------------------100
24.101---------------------------------------------------101
24.102---------------------------------------------------102
24.103---------------------------------------------------103
24.104---------------------------------------------------104
24.105---------------------------------------------------105
24.106---------------------------------------------------106
24.107---------------------------------------------------107
24.108---------------------------------------------------108
24.109---------------------------------------------------109
24.110---------------------------------------------------110
24.111---------------------------------------------------111
24.112---------------------------------------------------112
25 Methodology of the Vocabulary
25.1 Etymological vocabulary of the Courapancasika:A, A
25.2---------------------------------------------------I, I
25.3---------------------------------------------------U, U, R
25.4---------------------------------------------------E, AI, O, AU
25.5---------------------------------------------------Ka, KhA
25.6---------------------------------------------------GA, Gha
25.7---------------------------------------------------Ca, Cha
25.8---------------------------------------------------Ja, Jha
25.9---------------------------------------------------Ta, Tha
25.10--------------------------------------------------Da, Dha
25.11--------------------------------------------------Na
25.12--------------------------------------------------Pa, Pha
25.13--------------------------------------------------Ba, Bha
25.14--------------------------------------------------Ma
25.15--------------------------------------------------Ya
25.16--------------------------------------------------Ra
25.17--------------------------------------------------La
25.18--------------------------------------------------Va
25.19--------------------------------------------------Sa, Sa
25.20--------------------------------------------------Sa
25.21--------------------------------------------------Ha
25.22 Distribution of Lemmata
26 Bibliography
27 Index of Sanskrit, Pratikah, first lines, poetry and prose
28 General Consolidation Index
29 Epilogue

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