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Looking at Well-Crafted Objects

Looking at Well-Crafted Objects KLIDSA / !) 0%# / 1$ ! 2 3 6 7 0 !8 6 9$ "" * " +4 5 !5 [AS] ramyi vkya madhur ca niamya abdn paryutsuko bhavati yat sukhito'pi jantu tac cetas smarati nnam abhodha prva bhvasthiri jananntarasauhdni ramyi. beauties, beautiful objects vkya. having seen madhur. sweet, honeyed ca. and niamya. having heard abdn. sounds paryutsuko. (bv. cmpd.) restless, stricken bhavati. becomes yat. he who sukhito. content, happy 'pi. (api) even jantu. man, person tat-cetas. with his heart smarati. remembers nnam. now (here: perhaps) abodha. without knowing prva. previously, long ago bhva. emotions sthiri. stationed, established janana-antara. (of a) former lifetime sauhdni. loves, companions Looking at well-crafted objects hearing sweet music even the contented person grows edgy pierced by unknown desires. Could it be deep in the heart one uncovers the trace of a lover from lifetimes ago? This poem occurs in Klidsa's dramatic work The Recollection of akuntal. Indian poets and critics have cited it for centuries, using it to get to the heart of rasa. In the play, a young warlord on a hunting expedition encounters a girl, akuntal, who has been raised in a cloistered forest ashram by her mendicant father. Prince http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Manoa University of Hawai'I Press

Looking at Well-Crafted Objects

Manoa , Volume 25 (2) – Mar 12, 2013

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KLIDSA / !) 0%# / 1$ ! 2 3 6 7 0 !8 6 9$ "" * " +4 5 !5 [AS] ramyi vkya madhur ca niamya abdn paryutsuko bhavati yat sukhito'pi jantu tac cetas smarati nnam abhodha prva bhvasthiri jananntarasauhdni ramyi. beauties, beautiful objects vkya. having seen madhur. sweet, honeyed ca. and niamya. having heard abdn. sounds paryutsuko. (bv. cmpd.) restless, stricken bhavati. becomes yat. he who sukhito. content, happy 'pi. (api) even jantu. man, person tat-cetas. with his heart smarati. remembers nnam. now (here: perhaps) abodha. without knowing prva. previously, long ago bhva. emotions sthiri. stationed, established janana-antara. (of a) former lifetime sauhdni. loves, companions Looking at well-crafted objects hearing sweet music even the contented person grows edgy pierced by unknown desires. Could it be deep in the heart one uncovers the trace of a lover from lifetimes ago? This poem occurs in Klidsa's dramatic work The Recollection of akuntal. Indian poets and critics have cited it for centuries, using it to get to the heart of rasa. In the play, a young warlord on a hunting expedition encounters a girl, akuntal, who has been raised in a cloistered forest ashram by her mendicant father. Prince

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Published: Mar 12, 2013

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