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About the Book Abhinavagupta propound his Aesthetic philosophy in light of his. Philosophy of Abhinavagupta. Item Code: IDI560. Cover: Hardcover. Edition:.
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Abhinavagupta (c. 950 â€“ 1016 AD) was a philosopher, mystic and aesthetician from Kashmir.. He was Abhinavagupta's first teacher, instructing him in grammar, logic and. . ritual, devotional songs, philosophical works and philosophy of aesthetics.. TantrasÄra ("Essence of Tantra") is a summarised version, in prose, .
An aesthetic theory based on Rasa is the greatest contribution that. India has made. Abhinavagupta has given a broader, deeper and more philosophical dimension to his. .. Ramaswami Sastri states that the first edition of the first volume of.
View Abhinavagupta Research Papers on Academia.edu for free.. McLuhan and the Indian philosophical system known as PratyabhijÃ±Ä (recognition).. . Debunk validity, coherence, universal promise of rasa-aesthetics by pitting Hindu. . paper announces the ï¬rst critical edition of Abhinavagupta's commentary (
Abhinavagupta is widely acknowledged as the foremost exponent of the school of. students to whom he taught the tenets of Shaivism and aesthetic philosophy.. of his philosophy is captured in Tantra-sara, an abridged version of Tantraloka.. has become an encyclopaedia of Natyashastra studies in the first millenium.
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