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रघुवंशः - द्वादशसर्गः (तमिळ्-भाषया)

Raghuvamsha - Sarga 12 (Tamil Explanation)

Raghuvamsha, authored by Kalidasa, is one of the five great poems of Samskrita Literature – the पञ्च-महाकाव्यs. It is one of the masterpieces of Kalidasa, a mahakavya describing the glorious lineage of the Raghus, starting from Dilipa till Agnivarna. The 12th sarga of this poem, dealing with the story of the Ramayana, from the exiling of Rama till the death of Ravana, has 104 shlokas in the Anushtup chandas. The course contains audios explaining the verses in Tamil.

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

  • Verse by verse understanding of the Sarga 12 of Raghuvamsham.
  • Appreciation of basic poetic and linguistic aspects of Sanskrit literature.
  • Focussed explanations are helpful in exam preparation.


What are the materials/support you get?

  • 21 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)

  • Basic knowledge of Sanskrit language and grammar, at the level of Chittoor - Abhijna / Samskrita Bharati - Pravesha.
  • Ability to understand simple spoken Tamil.
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Raghuvamsha is one of the five great poems of Samskrita Literature – the पञ्च-महाकाव्यs, authored by Kalidasa. It is one of the masterpieces of Kalidasa, a mahakavya describing the glorious lineage of the Raghus, starting from Dilipa till Agnivarna.
The 12th sarga of this poem, dealing with the story of the Ramayana, from the exiling of Rama till the death of Ravana, is prescribed for students attempting the Abhijna exam of the Chittoor board. The sarga has 104 verses in the Anushtup chandas (except the last three), describing Rama’s happy acceptance of exile, Bharata’s magnanimity, the episode of Shurpanakha, friendship with the vanaras and the search for Sita, the final war with Ravana. Though the story is nothing new, the sarga offers several opportunities for Kalidasa to demonstrate his capacity for beautiful expressions.
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