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Shakuntala
70. Shakuntala. This famous story appears in the Mahabharata and has been narrated by many authors.
Shakuntala
them a new play, called Shakuntala and the ring of recognition, written by the famous . over which Shakuntala presides, so to speak, as guardian deity.
Shakuntala
(Shakuntala) whom our holy preceptor Kanva has received as a sacred deposit.
1 Arjuna's Dilemma and Shakuntala's Solution A Lecture by Michael
1. Arjuna's Dilemma and Shakuntala's Solution1. A Lecture by Michael Wolfe.
Shakuntala: Indian Dance Schoolto bring the epic love story to life

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Music and dance review
For 'Shringara' they chose a piece from the immortal epic Abhignana Shakuntala of Kalidasa. The preamble with the movement of a bee, humming sound musically Nirupama and Rajendra made an indelible impact with their fluid grace.
British Company Still Gets Royalty For Shakuntala Railway
Killick Nixon and Company, a British-owned company still gets an annual royalty of Rs 1.20 crore from the Indian Railways for running a passenger train known as the Shakuntala Express on its narrow gauge route.
Three fishing boats sink off Alibag, 17 fishermen missing
Five fishing boats - Yogeshwar Kripa, Remeshwari, Chandraprabha, Shakuntala and Daryasagar - had gone out to the sea. Around noon, Yogeshwar Kripa sank along the stretch between Alibag and Murud.
Rs 1.45 lakh swindled in two separate incidents
The victim, Shakuntala Devi, was waiting in her vehicle as her driver had gone to buy ice-cream from the parlour. Out of nowhere, a youth appeared and said that her money had fallen on the ground.
Sobhraj fails to get justice - for not knowing Nepali

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Shakuntala - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Painting by Raja Ravi Varma. In Hindu mythology Shakuntala (Sanskrit: शकुन्तला, Śakuntalā) is the wife of Dushyanta and the mother of Emperor Bharata.
Kalidasa: Shakuntala and Other Works Index
Translations by Arthur W. Ryder, at sacred-texts.com.
Shakuntala
70. Shakuntala. This famous story appears in the Mahabharata and has been narrated by many authors.
Shakuntala (Animation) - YouTube
Mar 17, 2009 These animated stories showcase the life of Shakuntala. So sit back and relish these profound tales.
Translations of Shakuntala and Other Works by Kalidasa

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