Modern Sanskrit Children's Literature

Authors

  • Hemraj Saini Assistant Professor, Sanskrit Government Girls College, Bundi.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.57067/kr.v1i09.75

Keywords:

Modern literature, prose, poetry, block poetry, novel, magazine, children's literature, one-act poetry.

Abstract

In the modern poetry world, the use of the word 'literature' by the poets is considered in the sense of poetry. In the past, the noun 'poetry' actually used to express poet-action - kaveh karma kavyam. In the modern context, the word 'literature' used in place of poetry has been used in three senses on the basis of evidence of practical experiments-
Firstly - on the evidence of 'Sahityapathonidhimanthannottham Kavyamritam Rakshat he Kavindra': The meaning of the word literature is very wide, that is, the word literature is also used in the meaning of all written oral literature. Secondly - 'Sahitye Sukumarvastuni Dharvannayagrahagranthile', on the evidence of this statement of Shri Harsha, the word literature is used in the sense of a special 'poetry', a part of literature.
Thirdly - In 'Sahityavidyashramvarjiteshu.....' the word literature has been used in the combined sense of poetry and poetry. In modern life, the word literature or poetry expresses the same feeling in Sanskrit... 'Sahiten Bhavah Sahityam'. In fact, 'poetry' or 'literature' is defined in different contexts from ancient poets to modern poets. In the context of literature, Acharya Bhamah of Kavyashastra has the opinion that- “Shabdharthau sahitau kavyam.”1
That is, the meaning of the meaning is poetry. The association of semantics is visible in practical sentences and sentences based on classical or scientific thinking. But the association of poetry is different from this. In fact, the feeling of Bhamaha word meaning which is called literature is an excellent quality of co-feeling. That association should be such that on the one hand the reader receives derived opinion in various purusharths, as well as the hearty child, the young man i.e. the poetry connoisseur gets joy and happiness.    

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Published

2023-05-01

How to Cite

Modern Sanskrit Children’s Literature. (2023). Knowledgeable Research: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 1(09), 17-48. https://doi.org/10.57067/kr.v1i09.75

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