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PREDHVANI THINKERS ON POETRY
CHAPTER THREE THE DOCTRINE OF SYMBOLISATION
of Guna and Alamkāra
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Abhinavagupta aesthetic Alamkāra Anandavardhana appears appreciator artistic aspect beauty becomes belonging bliss bring called cause character charm combination completely composition comprehended concept connection connoisseur consequently constitutes creation criticism definition describes Dhvani diction doctrine effect elements embellished emotional mood excellence existence experience experienced explains expression fact feeling finds followed function gives goes Guņa hand heart human idea imagination implicit importance Indian introduced Kālidāsa Kuntaka lady language lead literary Mammața matter meaning mind moon nature objects opinion ordinary original particular person play pleasure poem poet poetic art poetic figure poetry position present principle Rāma Rasa reader realisation recognised refers refined regarded relation relish represented result rise river Sanskrit says seer sense sentiment shows Simile soul sound specimen suggested takes term theory thing thought tion true truth Vālmīki Vedic verse Vyāsa whole word and meaning