Vritta Ratnakara of Kedara Bhatta (14th Century CE) is one of the most popular texts on Sanskrit prosody. Though there are many books on Sanskrit prosody by eminent authors like Kalidasa, Kshemendra, etc, Vritta Ratankara continues to be an essential text for Sanskrit students.
A speciality of this work is that the definition and illustration of a meter is given in one and the same verse. The verse defining a particular metre is composed in that particular meter itself. This is very helpful for a student of Sanskrit prosody.
Another speciality of this work is that it is very brief – there are merely 136 verses. The author has covered all the prominent metres of Sanskrit literature in these verses.
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Many thanks for the link.
Great work and great to read it in hindi too.
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its good but i want in sanskrit not hindi
This ebook has a Sanskrit vyakhya & a vivriti and also a Hindi tika. This was not mentioned in the title of the post. I have corrected it now.
Thank you for the last link sir…..
Could you plz tell me that how to download a book named linganusashnam Sanskrit text with Hindi translation….. . I really need this book…
Amarakosa with Hindi Commentary is available at Digital Library of India.
Amarakosa., 2040100049117. Haragovinda_Sastri. 1968. sanskrit. . 750 pgs.
You can download it from DLI using DLI Downloader (available at http://dli-downloader.blogspot.in/2013/04/digital-library-of-india-httpwww.html#more
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Hi sir jai sri ram ji sir mujhe vritta ratnaker hindi anuvad cahiye aap kirpa karke mujhe download link bejh de apki kirpa hogi
Raghubir Sharma, The ebook of Vrittaratnakara posted here has Hindi translation and commentary, in addition to Sanskrit commentary.
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Can you please tell me the meaning of lasatvritta? It is a vritta(circle/oval) of type lasat. Lasat is a posture in dance in which feet are touched by hands. But what exactly is lasat?? I want to know it with authority and with any drawing of the shape. You find this word “lasatvritta” in Shyamala dandakam of Kalidasa – “lasatvritta gambheera naabhi sarattheera saivala sankakara syama romavali bhushane Manju sambhashane”
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Learned members of this group will be able to help you.
Namaste, This line from Syamala Dandaka is describing the navel of Goddess Syamala. लसद्वृत्तगम्भीरनाभी means navel which is beautiful, deep and circular. For complete translation, you may check the link given below.
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There is a commentary ono Vritta Ratnakara by Narayana. Name of the commentary is ‘Mani Manjari’. Where can I find that work? There is another Mani Manjari by another Narayana .. but the content is Vaishnava Acharyas.. I am looking for a “mani manjarai’ which is a work on Sanskrit Prosody.
Link to Vrittaratnakara commentary by Narayanabhatta.
Namaskaram Ji.. Thank you so much.