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How To Love In Sanskrit

Release date: 14 February 2024
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  Witty, surprising and joyous ... A book to pick up, a book to gift. - ARUNDHATHI SUBRAMANIAM Be... Read More

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Witty, surprising and joyous ... A book to pick up, a book to gift. - ARUNDHATHI SUBRAMANIAM

Beautiful ... A book that will delight the reader. - BIBEK DEBROY

Sanskrit has too often been regarded as the sacred language of the gods, yet it is love that has been the overwhelming obsession of Sanskrit writers for over 3,000 years. How to Love in Sanskrit is an invitation to Sanskrit love poetry, bringing together verses and short prose pieces by celebrated writers like Kalidasa and Banabhatta, Buddhist and Jain monks, scholars, emperors, and even some modern-day poets. How do you brew a love potion? Turn someone crimson with a compliment? How do you make love? How do you quarrel and make up? Nurse a broken heart? And how do you let go? There's something for everyone in this brilliantly translated ancient guide to Anusha RaoAnusha Rao

 

Suhas Mahesh

 

Suhas Mahesh


Love

LOVE

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Love

 

 

Product Details

Title: How To Love In Sanskrit
Author: Anusha Rao
Publisher: Harper Collins
SKU: BK0489426
EAN: 9789356999800
Number Of Pages: 320
Language: English
Binding: Hardcover
Country Of Origin: India
Release date: 14 February 2024

About Author

Anusha Rao is a scholar of Sanskrit and Indian religion who likes writing new things about very old things. She is currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Toronto, and writes a column in the Deccan Herald presenting witty Sanskrit-flavoured takes on contemporary issues. Suhas Mahesh is a scholar of Sanskrit and Prakrit with a terrible weakness for good verse, rare manuscripts and arcane grammar. By day, Suhas is a materials physicist with a PhD from the University of Oxford where he was a Rhodes Scholar.

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