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Dougis All emails will be sent by Exotic India using the email address info exoticindia. Thank you so much. The Gita Govinda of Sri Jayadev: Classical Sanskrit poetry was sonorous, repetitive, ornate, gocind, ambiguous, and conventional. Wikisource has original text related to this article: I have purchased several items from Exotic India: Wikimedia Commons has media related to Gita Govinda.

Since then, the Gita Govinda has been translated to many languages throughout the world, and is considered to be among the finest examples of Sanskrit poetry. You will be informed as and when your card is viewed.

Radha submits to his entreaties, but feels abandoned when Krishna returns to his other women. The Gita Govinda is organized into twelve chapters.

The text was added to temple inscriptions, set to music, choreographed for dance, and studied as a religious text. With geeet on lotus hand you cut the bee-like Hiranyakashipu. Hide my email address. Kangra Paintings of The Gita Govinda. Gita Govinda is a lively poetic celebration of Ras Lila or the romantic escapades of Lord Krishna as a gopala or cowherd in the peak of his youth. Truly very appreciated, Namaste. Museum and Art Gallery Chandigarh. Indian theologians took this concept of taste further, seeing the lover as someone lifted from the particular into an abstract and universal experience of love, which is the ultimate joy or beatitude, a taste of Brahman itself.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. What a lion-man, Keshava: Indian history Education Website. Bronze and wood statues, books and apparel. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikisource. The latter was apparently a model wife, modest and devoted to Jayadeva, and very different from Radha, who is the typical heroine of classical Sanskrit poetry: A guide to that material and extensive bibliographies can be found in the first two works listed below, which also explore dimensions of the poem far beyond this simple translation.

Gita Govinda is a collection of Sanskrit poems composed in the twelfth century by jaodev Bengali poet born in Orissa—Jayadeva. Please note that your card will be active in the system for 30 days. I ordered a book for my mother and it came within a few days from India to NYC!!

See more of History, Heritage and Humanity on Facebook. Please also refer my article published in Kala aur Purasartha by Allahabad Museum. Pages from the book. Love Songs of Radha and Krishna by Jayadeva. The book contains a foreword by John Stratton Hawley and includes extensive commentary on the verse and topic of the poem. Share our website with your friends. Contemporary Education Dialogue Magazine. Metropolitan Museum of art. A marvellous dwarf, Keshava, you outwitted Bali: The poem has been translated into most modern Indian languages and many European languages There is a German rendering which Goethe read by F.

A blemish on the hare-marked moon, the earth became as on your tusk: Radha is nowhere in sight, and not even the slightest hint of eroticism appears. Gita Govinda with Abhinaya.


Jayadeva Gita Govinda

The text was added to temple inscriptions, set to music, choreographed for dance, and studied as a religious text. Contemporary poems, recitations, songs and dances point to its continuing popularity. With frank and tender lyricism, the Gita Govinda explored the many aspects of sexual passion, from first awakening through fierce regrets and jealousies to the rapture and contentment of bodily possession. The poem can be dated to the twelfth century and was almost certainly written in north-eastern India, as it shows familiarity with Jagannath sects in Orissa and mentions fellow poets at the court of the last Hindu ruler in Bengal, Maharaja Laksmanasena AD Many lines of evidence point to Jayadeva being born in Orissa, probably in Kenduli Sasan village, which lies in the Prachi valley of the Khurda district of Odisha, then under the rule of the Ganga dynasty king Chodaganga Deva. In Orissa Jayadeva probably continued to live, the Laksmanasena connection possibly arising over confusion with another poet of the same name in Bengal.





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