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प्रतापरुद्रीयम् - सम्पूर्णम् (तमिळ्-भाषया)

Prataparudriyam - Full Text (Tamil Explanation)

Prataparudriyam is a text composed by Vidyanatha, dealing with all the aspects of Sahityashastra. The uniqueness of Prataparudriyam lies in the fact that rather than quoting from earlier poets, the author gives his own examples for each theoretical aspect. In these audio lectures, Smt. P.R. Gayathri explains the concepts with exceptional clarity in lucid Tamil.

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About the Course

What will you gain from this course? (Key Benefits / Learning Outcomes)

  • Verse-by-verse understanding of the complete text.
  • Detailed understanding of all the basic aspects of Sahityashastra.
  • Focussed explanations helpful in exam-preparation.

What are the materials/support you get?

  • 75 pre-recorded audios which you can access anytime, from any device.
  • Doubt clarifications through Email.

What are the pre-requisites to get the best out of this course? (Eligibility)

  • Good knowledge of Shastric samskrit and spoken Tamil is necessary.
  • Exposure to various types of kavyas and appreciation of Sanskrit literature in general.
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Prataparudriyam is a text composed by Vidyaanaatha, dealing with all the aspects of Saahityashastra (Rhetorics). It belongs to a genre of texts called Yashaobhushana, composed with the intent of highlighting the virtues of one great personality, usually a king. The uniqueness of Prataaparudreeyam lies in the fact that rather than quoting from earlier poets, the author gives his own examples for each theoretical aspect, each of these verses praising the Kaakateeya king Prataaparudra. Though not as popular as the Saahityadarpana, Prataaparudreeyam is very useful for students wishing to gain an understanding of the basic concepts of Sanskrit poetics.

Complete text of Prataparudriyam is taught in the course in detail. The Prataaparudreeyam has nine chapters (prakaranas), titled by the theme of the chapter. These chapters deal with the naayaka (the Hero), kaavya (Poetry), naataka (Drama), rasa (Sentiment), dosha (Faults), guna (Merits), shaabdaalankaara (Verbal figures of speech), arthaalankaara (Semantic figures of speech) and mishraalankaara (Mixed figures of speech). All these things are covered by this course.
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