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Simhasana Dvatrimsika The Only Edition Available Of The Otherworldy Tales From A Golden Age Of Indian Civilization In India, Vikramaditya Is Held Up As A Model Of Kingly Virtue, And His Reign As A Golden Age Of Peace And Prosperity Dating From The Late Thirteenth Or Early Fourteenth Century, These Tales, Narrated By The Thirty Two Statuettes Of Nymphs Supporting His Magic Throne, Describe Vikramaditya Exploits And Extol His Extraordinary Courage, Compassion, And Kindness Against An Exotic Setting Of Adventures And Miracles, The Nymphs Relate Fights With Ogres, Occult Rituals, And Travels To Other Worlds, As Well As Very Human Incidents Of Betrayal And Rivalry The Only Edition Available Of These Colorful And Instructive Tales, This Is An Important Addition To A Growing Library Of Sanskrit Titles In Penguin Classics.

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  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Simhasana Dvatrimsika
  • Anonymous
  • English
  • 21 May 2017
  • 0140455175

10 thoughts on “Simhasana Dvatrimsika

  1. says:

    The throne of King Vikramaditya lies buried under the earth before its unearthed may years later by King Bhoja When King Bhoja tries to ascend the throne after his coronation, he is stopped every time by each of the 32 statuettes.Each of these statuettes which are part of the throne then recites a tale of King Vikram Each tale glorifies the King by praising him as he espouses the virtues of honesty, chivalry, righteousness, generosity and bravery The statuette then asks King Bhoja that he c The throne of King Vikramaditya lies buried under the earth before its unearthed may years later by King Bhoja When King Bhoja tries to ascend the throne after his coronation, he is stopped e...

  2. says:

    Simhasana Dvatrimsika is a classic tales of courage and compassion Vikramaditya 102 BCE to 15 CE, a legendary emperor of Ujjain, India, famed for his wisdom, valour and magnanimity The original author of the work is unknown The present text is dated to the thirteenth century...

  3. says:

    I like reading mythologies and folktales from anywhere in the world I knew next to nothing about ancient Indian stories, and I find them different and charming You d think thirty two stories of the same theme the great deeds of the mythical king would be boring by tale 10 or so I was concerned about this point, too, but wait there is a surprise Tale 17 the first of the second half of stories hints that there isto the narration of the statuettes and King Bhoja the king who attem I like reading mythologies and folktales from anywhere in the world I knew next to nothing about ancient Indian stories, and I find them different and charming You d think thirty two stories of the same theme the great deeds of the mythical king would be boring by tale 10 or so I was concerned about this point, too, but wait there is a surprise Tale 17 the first of the second half of stories hints that there isto the narration of ...

  4. says:

    Neat book A King should have Magnanimity, Daring and Courage Relates the tales of King Vikramaditya and the aspiring King Bhoja Favourite one was the Stopping of Saturn.

  5. says:

    Somewhere between The Arabian Nights and Somadeva or even Valmiki Only weaker Though I m no Sanskritist Maybe approach it like this if you re randomly hankering for some Scheherazade one day night, try Vikramaditya instead If it s your first foray into the brilliant plane of Indian tho...

  6. says:

    This is a book for anyone wanting to knowabout Sanskrit literature with folk roots The stories are repetitive probably because they are based on folklore The translation is, without a doubt, excellent.

  7. says:

    There can not beboring book than this one oh wait there is oneFifty Shades of Grey complete waste of time.

  8. says:

    Interesting, albeit with slightly repetitive moral messages.

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