Into the Twilight of Sanskrit Court Poetry : the Sena Salon of Bengal and Beyond /
At the turn of the twelfth-century into the thirteenth, at the court of King Laksmanasena of Bengal, Sanskrit poetry showed profound and sudden changes: a new social scope made its definitive entrance into high literature. Courtly and pastoral, rural and urban, cosmopolitan and vernacular confronted...
University of California Press,
|Series:||South Asia across the disciplines.
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