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Bhoja is the author of the Śṛṅgāraprakāśa.
c. 1000 AD
Raghavan, Venkatarama (ed.) (1998),
Śṛṅgāraprakāśa of Bhoja.
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Department of South Asian Studies, Harvard University.
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A Sanskrit word/form
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Molina-Munoz, Adriana; Shen, Yiming (2023). 'Bhoja'.
. First published on 10 Mar 2023. Last updated on 22 Mar 2023.