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Rasa: Literary Criticism and Theory

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Introduction

  • Bharata՚s Natyashastra is the oldest and significant treatise on Rasa theory. The Rasa is created or promoted in the mind of a spectator by the Bhava being expressed.
  • These two the Rasa and Bhava are interdependent as Rasa is not created without Bhava and Bhava has no existence if Rasa not promoted.
  • Rasa and Bhava are followed by other nine Abhinaya, Dharmi, Vritti, Pravritti, Siddhi, Svara, Aatodya, Gana and

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Tholkappiyar; Tholkappiyam

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  • Tolkappiyam is considered to be one of the earliest known texts from Ancient India. As a text that largely concerns itself with the descriptive linguistics of the Tamil language, Tolkappiyam has remained available to scholars who are fluent in Tamil.
  • The Tolkappiyam was also the first text to classify the Tamil language into two halves – Sent-amil and Koduntamil.
  • The early stage of Tamil poetry is often referred to as the Sangam Age. Thus, it is important to note that Classical poetry from the Sangam Period can be majorly divided into two types – Akam and Puram

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