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Kartikeya - In Sanskrit Kavya/Poetry
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kalidasa « Sanskrit Ebooks
Jun 7, 2011 KALIDASA, (kaalidaasa), India's greatest Sanskrit poet and dramatist. . It is one of the most foremost and substantial examples of `Kavya` poetry.
Kumara-Sambhavam of Kalidasa – Sanskrit & English « Sanskrit
Aug 6, 2010 Kumarasambhava is a legendary Sanskrit poem written by Mahakavi Kalidasa. It is one of the most foremost and substantial examples of `Kavya` poetry. stands for “Birth of the War-god”, i.
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Aug 15, 2002 Online Sanskrit Dictionary Introduction The following is a list of Sanskrit ... a tree ) kaviinaaM = of all great thinkers kavya = poetry kashaa = (f) a whip . said to be pierced by Kartikeya krau.
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Sanskrit Central. Sanskrit Aggregator, Books and Everything Sanskrit .. It is one of the most foremost and substantial examples of `Kavya` poetry.

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