Saturday, May 11, 2013

Complete Tapasvini-Kavya Tri-lingual (Hindi-English-Sanskrit) Versions: Dr.Harekrishna Meher

Original Oriya Mahakavya ‘TAPASVINI’
By : Poet Gangadhara Meher (1862-1924).
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Complete Tri-Lingual Translations
into Hindi, English and Sanskrit languages
By : Dr. Harekrishna Meher. 
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 TAPASVINI  BOOKS VIEW : Link : 
 [All Eleven Cantos have been taken here from the Books.]
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Tapasvinī, an eleven-canto Oriya epic poem, is the magnum opus and a great classic of Poet Gańgādhara Meher. With the prevailing sentiment of Pathos, this kāvya depicts the post-banishment episode of Sītā in the hermitage of Sage Vālmīki. Here Sītā, the adorable daughter of Earth and the devoted wife of King Rāma, in her later life appears as a Tapasvinī, ‘A Woman practising penance’ or ‘An Ascetic-maid’. In this Rāmāyana-based literary composition, the poetic presentation is well-embellished with originality and significant innovations. Like Kālidāsa in Sanskrit and William Wordsworth in English, Gańgādhara Meher is regarded as ‘Prakŗti-Kavi’, Poet of Nature, in Oriya literature. 

This epic poem reveals the ambition of the poet to portray the brilliant character of a devoted wife steeped in Indian culture. With vivid and prominent delineation of Sītā’s life-deeds, ‘Tapasvinī Kāvya' may be construed as a ‘Sītāyana’ in the field of Indian Literature.
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Complete HINDI ‘TAPASVINI’ 


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Complete ENGLISH ‘TAPASVINI’ :

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Complete SANSKRIT ‘TAPASVINI’ :


http://tapasvini-kavya.blogspot.in/2013/05/complete-sanskrit-tapasvini-kavya.html

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Poet Gangadhara Meher and Tapasvini : A Glimpse : 
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Contributions to Modern Sanskrit Literature : 
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