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India in the Natyasastra of Bharata






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India in the Natyasastra of Bharata

India in the Natyasastra of Bharata


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Especificaciones
Código del Artículo: IDF535

por Dr. Dileep Kumar Kanjilal

Hardcover

Sanskrit Pustak Bhandar

Tamaño: 8.5" X 5.7"
Páginas: 212 (Map: 1)

Precio: Euro 20.96

Descripción
CONTENTS

CHAPTER I
Geography of Ancient India
Two aspects of Geography - physical and political - physical geography includes mountains, rivers and the landscape - political geography includes the description of the countries of that time - the North and North-Western boundary - the regions of the extreme North-West and of the North - regions watered by the Indus - regions of the Central and of the West - the Central East and the extreme Eastern regions - regions of the Southern India - of the South-East.
1-32
CHAPTER II
Political History
Settlements of the Sakas, Yavanas, Bactrian-Greeks, Parthians, Khasas, Daradas - the territory occupied by these tribes - the impact of the presence of these tribes on Indian life and on the society - data regardig the Hunas and the Gurjara people - the Odra-Magadha region and the impact of its presence the rice of a Maharastra state - the states of Anga, Vanga and of Kalinga - the pictures of India of that time.
33-46
CHAPTER III
General features of the society
The case system - the relation of the various castes and groups - features of family life - food and drink - fruits and vegetables - possible provenance - the use of house-hold effects - customs and habits - the use of ornaments - hair arrangement - marriage and the status of women - the avocation of the women of the day - festivities and recreation - miscellaneous items of social interest.
47-63
CHAPTER IV
Economy
General features of the economy - nature of industry - metal workers - artisans, domestic workers - cooks and confectioners - goldsmith, weavers, carpenters, industrial workers - agriculturists - trade and merchandise - other professions - general economic condition of the society.
64-75
CHAPTER V
Administration
General administration of the country - metropolitan and rural administration - some aspects of the bureaucracy - the administrative set-up - various categories of the office-bearers - mentioned in the Arthasastra and other texts.
76-81
CHAPTER VI
Religion and Culture
Religion and the religious sects - the Buddhists and the non-Buddhists - the Brahmanas, Sramanas, Pasupatas, Bhiksus etc. - the deities worshipped - the prominence of the orthodox Aryan system - the prominence of the Smrti cult.
82-91
CHAPTER VII
Literature and Literary references
Literature and the literary works mentioned - reference to the Arthasastra whether of Brhaspati or of Kautilya - the Kamasutra - the Manusmriti and other texts.
92-98
CHAPTER VII
Language and the linguistic set-up
The distribution of Language and the varieties mentioned - the languages used by the various types of people - various languages and their distribution - the use of Prakrt - comparison of the Prakrt of the Natyasastra with the text of Vararuchi - the uses of the vowels, consonants, case-endings etc. - the use of Magadhi and of the Sauraseni - examples from the Dhruva
99-131
CHAPTER IX
Metrical Data from the Natyasastra
The metrical data available from the Natyasastra - the Vrtta, Jati, Sama, Ardhasama, Visama etc. - The use of Yati - comparison of the Natyasastra with Pingala - comparative analysis and evaluation.
132-147
CHAPTER X
Stage and the Stage-craft
The various types of stages mentioned and their measurements - the technicalities of the construction of the Rangasirsa, Rangamandapa, Rangapitha and of the Saddaruka and the Mattavarani - the data found in the Sitavenga caves - the Caturasra Jyestha as the best types of popular stage - stage lighting and revolving stage - blemishes of the histrionic performance and the reaction of the audience - acting techniques and the use of pusta etc.
 
CHAPTER XI
The text and the date
The basic text of the Natyasastra - the sutra and vrtti style combined - the anuvamsa slokas - whether the Natyasastra is a recast - the views of Mm P.V. Kane and of others - the position of Bharata and of Adi-Bharata - the question of the recension - the date of the Natyasastra.
175-191
Appendices 
I. Illustrations of the postures192-209
II. Bibliography210-212

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