ANANDAVARDHANA’S DHVANYALOKA Czliically edited Sanskrit Text, revised English iranslafion, Infroducfion and Holes dhyanyaloka of Anandavardhana. Dhvanyāloka of Ānandavardhana with the Locana of Abhinavagupta, and the Bālapriyādivyāñjana of Pandit Mahadeva Sastri. Edited by Pandit. Dhvanyaloka of Anandavardhana (Uddyota I) – Bishnupada Bhattacharya – Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free.

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In the same way, being the best among the wild anahdavardhana, the lion will be a lion, which partakes upto its brim the flesh of the killed elephant.

Dhvanyaloka of Anandavardhana, with the Locana of Abhinavagupta

It is a kind of poetry other than Dhvani. Anandavardhana discusses whether Gunas and Sanghatanas are one and the oc or are they different. Dhvani anandavarrdhana but splits shabda chitra and artha chitra into two separate levels.

Ll Appareutly to is a ei. The third one of course has a concrete existence. There are many examples where the poet is describing a situation and a certain emotion rasa that is delineated or understood.

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Suggestion and secondary signification are not one and the same because of the innate difference between the two. But Abhinava Gupta gives this in his vyaakyaanaa. They may not be important from the exam point snandavardhana view. Third Udyota Suggestiveness of Words — Avivakshitavaachya In this 3 rd udyota, the different types are listed from the perspective of the Vyanjaka —the suggestive word, while in the earlier chapter it was based on the Vyangya —the suggested meaning.


Faults like indelicacy which are considered to be non-permanent by the ancient writers have been deemed to be so only with reference to the sentiment of love when it has suggestion. Since the denoted meaning is more charming, in this example, the suggested meaning is subordinated to the denoted meaning.

Based on their prakruti, everything else should match like the dress and the mannerism.

Due to the presence of a certain word, there could be suggestion. There is no alamkara. It is stressed that Dhvani has to be prominent and it has to be suggested rather than being denoted or indicated. This intention of the speaker, once again, is two-fold. In addition, the verses presented as examples by both authors offered here in verse translation form an anthology of some of the finest Sanskrit and Prakrit poetry.

The stotra will sing the praise of the deity and there would be a prayer for protection also.

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When the denoted meaning is not applicable, any way we are taking a different meaning. It is no doubt true that no species of poetry exists which absolutely docs not convey sentiment. From the context, since it is about the King, the meaning meant for the King is to be taken first. Rasaadi means Rasa, Bhaava, etc. If just to make sense of the sentence, instead of the denoted meaning or the Mukhyaartha, the indicated meaning or the Lakshanaa is taken, then it is not Dhvani.


For some it would be nectar; for some others both poison and nectar and for some, it would be neither poison nor nectar.

In another work, anandavardana Duryodhana leaves for the war, it is mentioned that his wife, Bhanumati cried. There has to be bhaadaa or obstruction of the primary meaning. The prateekaas or concepts were the characters.

That which produces congeniality in a poetic composition anandavardhan all sentiments is known as Prasaada which goes well with all sentiments and poetic compositions. It has to be just another type of Alamkaara.

Join Our Mailing List: Whose neUfaces and bracelets are serpents forsooth, ]Vho bore the Celestial Jtner on his head. The devotion of the poet towards Lord Narasimha is suggested when he says that he can protect you all. It was this infinite joy realized by the abundant sympathy of the sage poet that flooded his heart and expressed itself in the form of a Shloka. To tala an example: