कृष्णलीलानाटिका: Krishna Leela Natak
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कृष्णलीलानाटिका: Krishna Leela Natak

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Item Code: NZR627
Author: Dr. Vishwambhar Nath Giri
Publisher: Ganganath Jha Kendriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha, Allahabad
Language: Sanskrit Only
Edition: 2002
Pages: 147
Other Details 10.00 X 6.50 inch
Weight 300 gm
Foreword It is a matter of great pleasure and personal satisfaction to me that the Vidyapeetha is bringing to light a hitherto unknown dramatical work of a known author, namely the krsnalila-natika of Vaidyanatha Tatsat. This Vaidyanatha is different from the grammarian "Vaidyanatha Payagunde – the pupil of Nagesa Bhatta. He flourished probably in the later half of the 17th century and was perhaps still active in the early years of the 18th century. He was a resident of Varanasi and was the son of Ramabhatta (father) and Dvaraka (mother). Three of his works, viz. (i) a sub commentary named Prabha on the Pradipa to Kavyaprakasa, (ii) an original commentary on the Kavyaprakasa named udaharana-candrika and (iii) a commentary called Alankara candrika on the kuvalayananda are already published and well known. The present work is the fourth one to see the light of the day for the first time. The Natika trends the intensive attraction of srikrsna towards Radha inspite of his being married with Satyabhama who is at first jealous of Radha but later blesses the marriage between the two. The Natika is klptavrtta (imaginative) in so far as the marriage not mentioned elsewhere. I hope that this unique piece of dramatic art shall prove to be enjoyable to the lovers of literature and thank Dr. V.N. Giri for the wonderful edition of this work and his very scholarly introduction written in chaste Sanskrit. **Contents and Sample Pages**

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