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It is divided into two parts. The first part gives an account of the authors and works of the period with a brief sketch of the contents of the works and discussion on the dates of the authors. It seems they have added their original points in working out the details of the concepts already established by earlier thinkers in the field. Sivakumara Swamy born in in the erstwhile Chitradurga district of the Karnataka state.

Obtained M. The Volume verily represents the goodwill and cooperation, the Sansthan has all along been receiving from the distinguished scholars all over the country. Apart from conducting the regular courses of studies at the constituent Vidyapeethas, it has been bringing out invaluable publications representing dissemination of knowledge contained in the various Shastras.

Thanks to the continued help, encouragement and support from the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. It gives comprehensive picture of developments of Alankarasastra with special reference to the works, authors and their contributions during that period.

The book is valuable contribution for the comprehensive study of the development of the Sanskrit Poetics. We are highly grateful to Prof. The services rendered by my colleagues specially by Dr. Savita Pathak, Dr. Viroopaksha V. Jaddipal and Dr. Hota deserve special appreciation who have been working day and night for planning and organising the various programmes connected with the Golden Jubilee Celebrations, particularly the publications of the Golden Jubilee Series.

It may not be out of place to recollect the circumstance that led me to choose the subject for this monograph. De and the History of Sanskrit Literature by Sri. Krishnamachariar, enabled me to discover the scope of the present study. I also published some articles such as The problem of Prastutankuraa and The Problem of Prakrtaprakrta Slesa that were mainly inspired by the works of this period. The results of this study have gone into the present work. I am grateful to Prof.

Pandurangi, my Guru and Head of the Department of Sanskrit, for his valuable guidance and kind encouragement at all the stages of this study. I gratefully acknowledge the guidance from Late Dr. I am thankful to Late Dr. Marulasiddaiah, Professor of Sanskrit, University of Mysore, for his valuable suggestion during the course of my study of the manuscripts at the Oriental Research Institute, Mysore.

I am also thankful to Late Dr. I am thankful to Dr. Alankarasastra has a fairly long and varied course of history covering an extensive literature of more than years. The phase reaches the highest peak of its glory with the formulation of the Dhvani theory by Anandavardhana. This was followed by the third and scholastic phase working out the details of the Dhvani theory and giving a scholarly basis to it.

Abhinavagupta and Mammata are the great writers of this phase. Mammata, in particular, met the fresh challenges from the rival theories of Dhvani, viz. The Vakrokti and the Anumana theories receded to the background for want of followers. The Dhvani theory which was accepted by major writers after Mammata, is the only living and widely accepted theory of poetics in Sanskrit.

The studies of Alankarasastra from Bharata to Jagannatha in modern times, started with the two pioneering works, viz. These works were later revised and published in and respectively.

These books led many scholars to the study of numerous works on Alankarasastra and to produce books and papers dealing with its several aspects, the most notable of which are Dr. Kane and Dr. De approach the subject from the historical point the view and present a detailed account of the major works and authors from l3harata to Jagannatha. They have also given a brief account of the minor works on the subject belonging to several centuries.

As regards the works on poetics of 18th and 19th centuries, a passing reference to some of these works is made in the books and articles up to the present time. De has included a brief account of some of these in the chapter X of his Sanskrit Poetics Vol.

Further a brief account of the works of this period is scattered in the works like the History of Sanskrit Literature by Prof. Sriramamurthy and Andhra Samsthanamulu Sahityaseva. Telugu by Dr. On the basis of the information collected from various sources and consultation of the manuscripts of the different oriental libraries, it is estimated that the number of works is more than Among these, about 30 works are printed and the rest are in manuscripts.

Some of these works in manuscripts are noticed in the histories and regional surveys mentioned above. The rest of the works and authors are brought to limelight through this study. Works dealing with Rasa come next in number. A few works deal with Sabdavrttis, Enigmatology, Citrakavya, Kavisamaya, etc.

Among all these works put together, works of the Yasobhusana-type form the majority. Yet, the value of their contribution cannot be underestimated. Subscribe for Newsletters and Discounts. Be the first to receive our thoughtfully written religious articles and product discounts. Your interests Optional. This will help us make recommendations and send discounts and sale information at times.

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Alamkarashastra, Alaṃkāraśāstra, Alaṃkāra-śāstra, Alankarashastra, Alankara-shastra: 7 definitions

Alankara , also referred to as palta or alankaram , is a concept in Indian classical music and literally means "ornament, decoration". An alankara is any pattern of musical decoration a musician or vocalist creates within or across tones, based on ancient musical theories or driven by personal creative choices, in a progression of svaras. The term alankara is standard in Carnatic music , while the same concept is referred to as palta or alankara in Hindustani music. The ancient and medieval music scholars of India state that there are unlimited creative possibilities available to a musician, but each scholar illustrated the concept with a set of alankara. Datilla discussed 13 alankaras , Bharata Muni presented 33, Sarngadeva described 63 alankaras , while mid medieval scholars presented numerous more.


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Alamkarashastra means something in Hinduism , Sanskrit, Marathi. If you want to know the exact meaning, history, etymology or English translation of this term then check out the descriptions on this page. Add your comment or reference to a book if you want to contribute to this summary article. There have been many Sanskrit poets over the ages, hailing from ancient India and beyond.

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