The Recognition of Sakuntala
Written by the greatest of the ancient Indian playwrights, this 5th-century work of Sanskrit drama offers a classic introduction to Indian theater and aesthetics. A king encounters a lovely maiden by chance, and the course of their passionate love sweeps the audience from a forest hermitage to a dazzling palace to ethereal celestial realms.
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ANUSUYA arrow beauty bring CHAMBERLAIN CHAPLAIN chariot charming CHIEF child CLOWN comes daughter dear deer desire doubt dress Dushyanta duty earth Enter Exit eyes face fall fate Father Father Kanva fear feel fire FISHERMAN flowers Follow forest forget GAUTAMI girl give given gods grief hand happy hear heart heaven hermitage hermits hide holy honour hope husband KANVA KASHYAPA KING leave listening live looks lover MAID Majesty MATALI means MISHRAKESHI mother nature never once palace picture pious grove poet PORTRESS Pray PRIYAMVADA pupils remember rest ring rising royal S´AKUNTALA SCENES SECOND seems SHARNGARAVA shows smiling speak stands sweet tears tell things thought trees true trust turn Victory vine VOICE Wait walk whole wife WOMAN worthy YOUTHS