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Bhartrihari Says

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Bhartrihari was an Indian poet of whom little is known and is said to have been the brother of King Vikramaditya, who flourished c. 1st century AD, and that after a licentious life, or in disgust at the infidelity of his favourite wife, he withdrew from the world and ended his days at Benares in devout contemplation. His verses; a mixture of the amatory, the worldly wise, and the religious, were introduced to European readers in the 17th century. 
This edition has been translated from Sanskrit by Dixon Scott, with 8 illustrations by Zabelle C. Boyajian.
With slipcase.
Spine sunned

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Author(s):
Translated by Dixon Scott
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
2nd Impression 1941
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
93
Publisher:
Frederick Muller Ltd

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Bhartrihari was an Indian poet of whom little is known and is said to have been the brother of King Vikramaditya, who flourished c. 1st century AD, and that after a licentious life, or in disgust at the infidelity of his favourite wife, he withdrew from the world and ended his days at Benares in devout contemplation. His verses; a mixture of the amatory, the worldly wise, and the religious, were introduced to European readers in the 17th century. 
This edition has been translated from Sanskrit by Dixon Scott, with 8 illustrations by Zabelle C. Boyajian.
With slipcase.
Spine sunned

Author(s):
Translated by Dixon Scott
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
2nd Impression 1941
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
93
Publisher:
Frederick Muller Ltd

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