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Viśvanātha who wrote Sāhityadarpaṇa starts off by criticizing the attributes

Moving on to one of the greatest masters of all

जगत्सन्दर्भसौन्दर्यसंवित्संस्पन्दसाक्षिणम्। प्रणमामि सितस्मेरप्रणवं गणनायकम् ॥ Humour is a divine gift to humans.

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History

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The Arts

This is the second part of the two-part article published on the occasion of the

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Literature

Viśvanātha who wrote Sāhityadarpaṇa starts off by criticizing the attributes of poetry as described by Mammaṭa and others, and ridicules the suggestion that comes from the topic or the object of poetry. Such suggestion, in

Moving on to one of the greatest masters of all

जगत्सन्दर्भसौन्दर्यसंवित्संस्पन्दसाक्षिणम्। प्रणमामि सितस्मेरप्रणवं गणनायकम् ॥ Humour is a divine gift to humans.

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Philosophy

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