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Trishati of Bhartrhari: morals, beauty, and wisdom.

BhartrМҐhari.

Trishati of Bhartrhari: morals, beauty, and wisdom.

An English verse translation

by BhartrМҐhari.

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Published by Dt. Koraput in [Bikrampur .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby T. S. Raju.
ContributionsRāju, Ti. Cā., 1926- tr.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPK3791.B28 T713
The Physical Object
Paginationii, v, ii, 67 p.
Number of Pages67
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5036444M
LC Control Number73918481


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bhartr̥hari. Trishati of Bhartrhari: morals, beauty, and wisdom. [Bikrampur, Dt. Koraput, ] (OCoLC) In the Bengali psyche, there is hardly any link between this peacock-riding deity and warfare: Here, he is the patron of human fertility (which is ironic since he is also believed, in this part of the world, to be eternally celibate) and the epitome of manly beauty.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bhartr̥hari. Trishati of Bhartrhari: morals, beauty, and wisdom. [Bikrampur, Dt. Koraput, ] (OCoLC) In the Bengali psyche, there is hardly any link between this peacock-riding deity and warfare: Here, he is the patron of human fertility (which is ironic since he is also believed, in this part of the world, to be eternally celibate) and the epitome of manly beauty.