- Ka·li·da·sa (kä l -dä s ) a.d. 375?
- Kalidasa. Shakuntala translated by. Arthur W.
- Shyamala Dandakam By Maha Kavi Kalidasa
- (Kalidasa was perhaps the greatest of the Sanskrit poets.
- Bibliographie zu Werken des Kālidāsa
- Kālidāsa. Rʘtam, Journal of Akhila Bharatiya Sanskrit Parishad. 16-18 (1984-86) 41-45.
- Kalidasa's Ritusamhara
- Dec 15, 2010 Abhinaya News. 4950 Hamilton Ave, Ste 105 San Jose, CA 95130 Phone: 408- 871-5959 - Fax: 408-871-5955. URL: www.
- The Saturday Interview - A fair deal for the peafowl
- Kalidasa's “Meghadootam” has numerous references to this bird. It has inspired poets, painters and artists through the ages. The peacock was declared the National Bird in 1963.
- Renovated temple to be dedicated on Sunday
- Akeeramon Kalidasa Bhattathiripad, Parameswaran Vasudevan Bhattathiripad and Agnisarman Vasudevan Bhattathiripad, all Tantris, will deliver benedictory speeches.
- Yogakshema Sabha seeks berth in TDB, CDB
- The meeting of the Sabha held in Kochi the other day passed a resolution urging the government to include their representatives while reconstituting the Boards, Sabha president Akeeramon Kalidasa Bhattathiri said.
- Madras Week: Memories down the Mint Street
- "Even India's first Tamil talkie 'Kalidasa' was released at Murugan Theatre on this street," said Sriram. Film historian Mohan V Raman, who was also on the walk, said the first Tamil talkie actually had very little Tamil in it.
- 'Theatre transcends language and time'
- His obsession is evident in his detailed and scholarly take on subjects that range from Kalidasa to Beckett, from Shakespearean times to the modern era.
- Kalidasa: Life and Works - Colorado State University
- Jan 16, 1996 Several brief biographies are reproduced here, plus synopses of his work.
- Biography of Indian playwright Kalidasa, plus links to all of his works currently in print.
- Kalidasa: Poems
- An index of poems by the Indian dramatist Kalidasa.
- Kalidasa (Indian author) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
- Kalidasa (Indian author), 5th century ce India Sanskrit poet and dramatist, probably the greatest Indian writer of any epoch.
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