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Types of Dramatic Representations in Sanskrit
Types of Dramatic Representations in Sanskrit
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The present study is to offer a glimpse of the various types of dramatic representations in Sanskrit, which were present in earlier times. There is a clear line of demarcation between the types, which were meant for the elite group with a refined taste and those meant for masses. The study is divided into five chapters. The ten Rupaka varieties, the four derivative types and the other twenty two types known by various names are dealt with, in three parts, along with the introductory and the summary chapters.

I hope the study will be helpful to know the history of drama as well as dance in former times.

CONTENTS
Chapter - I
1-10
INTRODUCTION
Meaning and purpose of Drama
Classification of Drama by Bharata
Evolution of Nrtya types and their characteristics
The term Rupa, Rupaka, Nrtta, Nrtya and Natya
The Sankirna and Bhavatmaka Bhedas
Chapter - II
11-26
THE RUPAKA TYPES
Nataka 11
Prakarana 13
Utsrstikanka 15
Vyayoga 16
Bhana 18
Samavakara 19
Vithi 21
Prahasana 23
Dima 24
Ihamrga 25
Chapter - III
27-35
THE SANKIRNA TYPES
Natika 27
Trotaka 30
Sattaka 32
Prakaranika 34
Chapter - IV
36-66
THE BHAVATMAKA TYPES
Preksanaka 36
Sidgaka 38
Ullopyaka 40
Dombika 42
Bhana 44
Prasthana 46
Bhanika 47
Prerana 49
Ramakrida 50
Hallisaka 51
Rasaka 52
Kavya 54
Gosthi 56
Durmilita 57
Nartanaka 58
Natyarasaka 59
Silpaka 61
Sallapaka 62
Mallika 63
Kalpavalli 64
Parijataka 65
Vilasika 65
Chapter - V
67-77
CONCLUSION
BIBLIOGRAPHY
79-84

Types of Dramatic Representations in Sanskrit

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2005
Publisher:
Nag Publishers
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From the Jacket:

The present study is to offer a glimpse of the various types of dramatic representations in Sanskrit, which were present in earlier times. There is a clear line of demarcation between the types, which were meant for the elite group with a refined taste and those meant for masses. The study is divided into five chapters. The ten Rupaka varieties, the four derivative types and the other twenty two types known by various names are dealt with, in three parts, along with the introductory and the summary chapters.

I hope the study will be helpful to know the history of drama as well as dance in former times.

CONTENTS
Chapter - I
1-10
INTRODUCTION
Meaning and purpose of Drama
Classification of Drama by Bharata
Evolution of Nrtya types and their characteristics
The term Rupa, Rupaka, Nrtta, Nrtya and Natya
The Sankirna and Bhavatmaka Bhedas
Chapter - II
11-26
THE RUPAKA TYPES
Nataka 11
Prakarana 13
Utsrstikanka 15
Vyayoga 16
Bhana 18
Samavakara 19
Vithi 21
Prahasana 23
Dima 24
Ihamrga 25
Chapter - III
27-35
THE SANKIRNA TYPES
Natika 27
Trotaka 30
Sattaka 32
Prakaranika 34
Chapter - IV
36-66
THE BHAVATMAKA TYPES
Preksanaka 36
Sidgaka 38
Ullopyaka 40
Dombika 42
Bhana 44
Prasthana 46
Bhanika 47
Prerana 49
Ramakrida 50
Hallisaka 51
Rasaka 52
Kavya 54
Gosthi 56
Durmilita 57
Nartanaka 58
Natyarasaka 59
Silpaka 61
Sallapaka 62
Mallika 63
Kalpavalli 64
Parijataka 65
Vilasika 65
Chapter - V
67-77
CONCLUSION
BIBLIOGRAPHY
79-84
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