Raja Bhoja

A Patron Of The Arts And Literature

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Amidst The Many Wars He Fought, Raja Bhoja, The Ruler Of Malwa, Always Found Time To Listen To Poetry Of The Gifted. Ballala, A Poet In His Court, Has Immortalised His Patron In His Work Bhoja Prabandha Which Is A Romantic Tale, Written In Sanskrit, Partly In Verse And Partly In Prose. Ballala Was Interested Not So Much In History As In Heroics. In His Attaempt To Magnify Bhoja As A Patron Of The Arts And Letters, Ballala Has Ignored Historical Facts. The Poets, Kalidasa And Bana, Who He Said Adorned Bhoja'S Court, Actually Lived Much Before Bhoja'S Times.
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Title
Raja Bhoja
SKU
ACKRAJA0492
Weight
0.0900
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N/A
ISBN
9788184820492
Binding
Paperback
Author
Kamala Chandrakant
Editor
Anant Pai
Illustrator
G. R. Naik
Publisher
Amar Chitra Katha
Publication Year
1976
Pages
32
Language
English
Genre
Comics
Age Group
25-35 Years
Volume Number
596
Price
Rs.70
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No
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