Bharata

(from the article `India`) Few events of political importance are related in the hymns. Perhaps the most impressive is a description of the battle of the 10 chiefs or kings: ...
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Bharata

(from the article `Klidsa`) ...the nymph akuntal by King Duyanta, his rejection of the girl and his child, and their subsequent reunion in heaven. The epic myth is important ... ...`City of Cut-Stone` or `Rock of Taksha,` Takshashila (rendered by Greek writers as Taxila) was founded, according to the Indian epic Rama...
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Bharata

(from the article `Nya-stra`) ...treatise and handbook on dramatic art that deals with all aspects of the classical Sanskrit theatre. It is believed to have been written before ... The chief source of classical dance is Bharata Muni`s Nya-stra (1st century to 1st century ), a comprehensive treatise on the origin and function of ... ...
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Bharata

[emperor] Bharata (Sanskrit: भरत, Bharata, means `The Cherished`). Bharata was an emperor of India, and is referred to in Hindu and Jain theology. He was son of King Dushyanta of Hastinapura and Queen Śakuntalā and thus a descendant of the Lunar Dynasty of the Kshatriya Varna. Bharata had conquered all of Greater India, uniting it i...
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Bharata

[Ramayana] In the Hindu epic Ramayana, Bharata (Sanskrit: भरत, Indonesian: Barata, Chinese: Poloto, Burmese: Bhadra, Malay: Baradan, Tamil: Paratan, Thai: Phra Phrot, Khmer: ព្រះភិរុត) was the second brother of the main protagonist Rama, and the son of Dasaratha and Kaikeyi. Dasaratha was the emperor of Ayodhya and b...
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