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Mallinatha (Makers Of Indian Literature)

Mallinatha (Makers Of Indian Literature)


Item Code: IDF803

by P. G. LALYE

Paperback (Edition: 2002)

ISBN 8126012382

Language: English
Size: 8.5" X 5.5"
Pages: 130
Weight of the Book: 178 gms
Price: $7.50
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About the Book:

The moment we think of Sanskrit commentators, the name of Mallinatha obviously rushes to the memory. He is well known as a commentator who has written glosses. He is also regarded as a poet the fact which is rather unknown to scholars though the name of his creative compositions are known to the scholars.

In the present monograph on Mallinatha, salient features of Mallinatha's commentaries are focused. To highlights the achievements of Mallinatha, the author has introduced Mallinatha's epic Raghuviracarita, the Nyaya, commentary on the first Pariccheda of Tarkikaraksa; a brief summary of Vaisyavamsasudhakara and the Tarala on Edavali of Vidyadhara.

About the Author:

Author of the present monograph is an eminent Sanskrit scholar. He has done his M.A. in Sanskrit and Hindi. He obtained PhD degree from Osmania University. Retired as Professor and Head of the Department of Sanskrit from Osmania University. He has many literary works to his credit. He has also handled a project of microfilming at Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, Pune. He had been Director of Sanskrit Academy, Hyderabad. Presently he is busy in freelance writing at Pune.

Foreword 7
1 General Introduction 11
2 Scholarship Mallinatha 20
3 Mallinatha and Alamkarasastra: Alamkaras in Poetical Works 51
4 Treatment of Rasa and Alamkara in the commentary of Ekavali 62
5 Niskantaka-Mallinatha's Commentary on Tarkikaraksa 85
6 Mallinatha's Original Writings (a). Vaisyavamsasudhakara
(b). Raghuvircarita
7 Mallinatha and Textual Criticism 106
8 Mallinatha as a methodical commentator 111
Conclusion 127
Bibliography 129

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