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वेणीसंहारम् - तृतीयोऽङ्कः (संस्कृतेन)

Venisamharam - Act 3 (Sanskrit Explanation)

Venisamhara is a drama in six acts, composed by Bhatta Narayana. It derives its name from the ferocious vow of Bhima. Bhima is enraged by the humiliation of Draupadi in the court of Kauravas. He vows to drink the blood of Dushshasana, break the thigh of Duryodhana, and smear Draupadi’s hair with that blood. In these audio lectures, Smt. Sujatha Bala explains the text in simple Sanskrit.

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

  • Line-by-line understanding of third act of drama of Venisamharam.
  • Appreciation of advanced poetic and linguistic aspects of Sanskrit literature.
  • Focussed explanations helpful in exam-preparation.


What are the materials/support you get?

  • 14 pre-recorded audios which you can access anytime, from any device.
  • Doubt clarifications through Email.
  • Some additional resources of book links.


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

  • Good knowledge of Sanskrit language and grammar, at the level of Chittoor - Samartha / Samskrita Bharati - Kovida.
  • Previous exposure to simpler kavyas will help in understanding and appreciating this kavya better.
  • Ability to understand simple spoken Sanskrit.
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Venisamhara is a drama in six acts, composed by Bhatta Narayana. It derives its name from the ferocious vow of Bhima. Bhima is enraged by the humiliation of Draupadi in the court of Kauravas. He vows to drink the blood of Dusshasana, break the thigh of Duryodhana, and smear Draupadi’s hair with that blood. Venisamhara is known for its forceful verses, with the virarasa dominant through most of the play.
The story in the third act starts with Ashvatthama hearing about his father’s death. He bitterly weeps and speaks to Kripacharya, Duryodhana etc. and curses Dhrishtadyumna. He has a quarrel with Karna regarding the leadership of the army. The act ends with Bhima trying to drink the blood of Dusshasana and others trying to protect the latter. There are 49 shlokas in total in this act.
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