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Folk and Tribal Aesthetics

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Introduction

  • The very modern understanding of literature confined it within the boundary of written culture. The British invasion to India and their civilizing mission tried to establish the notion of literary as it should be primarily written.
  • Bhasha had observed the sources of the written texts were adapted from oral culture and other existing great literature written in Sanskrit, Pali, Prakrit etc. the written manuscript used to be performed and used to…

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Dali Aesthetics

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  • Dali literary critics cover not only Harijans and neo-Buddhists in their literary circle but also all the untouchable communities living outside the boundary of the village, as well as Adivasis, landless farm labours, workers, the suffering masses, and nomadic and criminal tribes.
  • Dali literature rejects canonical literature and literary tradition. Here, by canonical literature we mean regional literature of Indian subcontinent.
  • Dali aesthetics and literature also rejects the various theories of literary criticism which are prevalent in India.

Dali Aesthetics

  • Dali Aesthetic Theory is indigenous and is st…

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