Learn more about Indian spiritual drama Vidagdha Madhava by Rupa Goswami within these fascinating and informative posts by former Hare Krishna monk, translator, and classic Indian drama expert Andrew Horn, (AKA Arjundas Adhikari). 
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Rupa Goswami’s great Sanskrit drama, Vidagdha Madhava, a.k.a. A Portrait of Lord Shree Krishna, is the story of an astonishing sapphire-blue complexioned

The word rupa in Sanskrit means beautiful, handsome or well-formed, and a cognate of rupa is the word rupaka, which means a

The earliest Sanskrit dramas with the same theme as Vidagdha Madhava (aka, A Portrait of Lord Shree Krishna, translated from the Sanskrit

Sanskrit Terms Relating to ‘actor’ In case there are any doubts Rupa Goswami didn’t intend his Sanskrit drama, Vidagdha Madhava, aka, A

In Sanskrit, the word for ‘beholding’, or ‘seeing’, is darshan: As is clear in the above entry taken from Monier-Williams’ 1899 Sanskrit-English

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