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Raghavan, Venkatarama (ed.) (1998),
Śṛṅgāraprakāśa of Bhoja.
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Department of South Asian Studies, Harvard University.
Harvard Oriental Series 53
The term 'ellipsis' in grammatical theory most generally refers to linguistic material being omitted, deleted, or simply left unpronounced. The omitted material is needed for the full interpreta...
The Śṛṅgāraprakāśa is an encyclopaedic work in the Sanskrit poetics tradition (alaṃkāraśāstra) treating the erotic sentiment (śṛṅgāra rasa) and many other topics in poetics as well as in the philos...
Bhoja is the author of the Śṛṅgāraprakāśa.
A Sanskrit word/form
Technical term, 'the part of a sentence which is wanting and has to be supplied, the words needed to complete an elliptical sentence'
The Alaṃkāraśāstra is the native tradition of Sanskrit poetics, rhetoric, and literary theory. It functions as a kind of grammar to the language of the kāvya literature (Bronne...
The field of syntactic study focuses on the rules and principles governing the possible surface and abstract functional relations between words (and in non-lexicalist theories, parts of words) i...