Kalidasa

(lived 5th century AD) Indian epic poet and dramatist. His works, in Sanskrit, include the classic drama Sakuntala, the love story of King Dushyanta and the nymph Sakuntala. ...
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Kalidasa

(lived 5th century AD) Sanskrit poet and dramatist who is thought to have lived at Ujjain in central India in around AD 400. Kalidasa created his courtly dramas from a blend of sacred myth and historical fantasy. His play...
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Kalidasa

[crater] Kalidasa is a crater on Mercury. It has a diameter of 107 kilometers. Its name was adopted by the International Astronomical Union in 1976. Kalidasa is named for the Indian writer Kālidāsa, who lived in the 5th century CE. ...
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Kalidasa

[genus] Kalidasa is a genus of insects in the tribe Aphaenini of the family Fulgoridae. There are six species in the genus, which are found in different parts of tropical Asia. They have a slender and flexible stalk-like outgrowth arising from above the tip of the snout. ...
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Kalidasa

Indian epic poet and dramatist. His works, in Sanskrit, include the classic drama Sakuntala, the love story of King Dushyanta and the nymph Sakuntala
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Kalidasa

Kalidasa (kä"lidä'su) , fl. 5th cent.?, Indian dramatist and poet. He is regarded as the greatest figure in classical Sanskrit literature. Except that he was retained by the Gupta court, no facts concerning his life are known. His three surviving plays are Sakuntala (or Shakuntala)...
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Kalidasa

Kalidasa was an Indian poet and dramatic writer. He lived, according to tradition, in the 1st century BC, but some authorities assert that he lived several centuries after the Christian era. His best production is the drama Sakuntala, which was first translated into English by Sir W. Jones and published at Calcutta in 1789, and at once aroused in E...
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