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What is meant by RITUSAMHARA ? Who was the author?

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Asked by sudhakar kuruvada, 29 Mar '13 11:31 pm
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Ritusamhara, is a long poem or mini-epic in Sanskrit by Kalidasa. The poem has six cantos for the six Indian seasons - grma (summer), var (monsoon/rains), arat (autumn), hemanta (cool), iira (winter), and vasanta (spring). It is generally considered to be Kaldiasa's earliest work.
The word sahra is used here in the sense of "coming together" or "group".[3] It is often translated as Medley of Seasons or Garland of Seasons, but also mistranslated as "birth and death" of seasons, which arises from the alternate meaning of samhra as destruction.
Answered by LIPSIKA, 29 Mar '13 11:34 pm

 
  
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Ritusamhara, is a long poem or mini-epic in Sanskrit by Kalidasa. The poem has six cantos for the six Indian seasons - grma (summer), var (monsoon/rains), arat (autumn), hemanta (cool), iira (winter), and vasanta (spring). It is generally considered to be Kaldiasa's earliest work.
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Ritusamhara, is a long poem or mini-epic in Sanskrit by Kalidasa. The poem has six cantos for the six Indian seasons - grma (summer), var (monsoon/rains), arat (autumn), hemanta (cool), iira (winter), and vasanta (spring). It is generally considered to be Kaldiasa's earliest work.
Answered by Quest, 30 Mar '13 01:32 pm

 
  
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Kalidasa the peom is about six types of weathers
Answered by iqbal seth, 30 Mar '13 06:52 am

 
  
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