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Kumarasambhava is a legendary Sanskrit poem written by Mahakavi Kalidasa. Kumarasambhava essentially talks about the courtship of Lord Shiva and Parvati. The bulk of chapters have enormous details about the love and romance between Shiva and Parvati. It is kumaasambhavam that a powerful demon named Tarakasura was blessed with the boon that only the child of Lord Shiva could vanquish him and no other.
Likewise, Shiva had cut short the desire for love through passionate meditation. After sometime, Shiva telgu Parvati were blessed with a son whom they named Kartikeya.
He grew up and slew the demon Tarakasur and re-established peace and glory of Lord Indra and the divine world. I saw it only today. It is said, better late than never. So, I give the info below hoping it will still be useful to you. There are links to 2 English Translations and a book with Sanskrit kumarasambhavak and Hindi commentary: Sunil, I already saw your translations of Mrichchakatikam, Bhagavadajjukiyam and Mattavilasaprahasanam.
Congratulations for completing these wonderful translations. You could download the ebook from the links given above. Why should search again for it in the DLI?
Kumara-Sambhavam of Kalidasa – Sanskrit & English
I hope it will be teluugu for your purpose. I read your comment requesting to know more good sites on Sanskrit. You will get links to many Sanskrit sites and resources from the blog — http: You may also visit http: I assume that it is for your exam. I found the following links. They have small articles on Kalidasa in Sanskrit. I hope this will be useful to you. Sanskrit Wiki Page on Kalidasa 2. Goddess Kali appeared before him and after a dialogue wrote out on his tongue: Is there the prose order of the text.
You will find them at the following post — http: You will find plenty of Sanskrit verses at these two ku,arasambhavam.
Nannechoda Devakrutha Kumara Sambavamu. Sri Andhra Kumar Sambhavamu-Part I do not know Telugu.
So, I cannot help you much in this matter. For telguu to download books from DLI, visit http: You can read the following book at Digital Library of India Bharatiya prachin lipimala. Also read the following discussion at Samskrita Google group https: So, I do not understand your comment. It is great to see such a good work being well maintained and updated.
Thank you for the good work. Kalidas is a foremost name in field of Sanskrit literature. He was born in Uttrakhand At the route of Kedarnath shrine a place called Guptakashi near it the village Kabitha is his birth place.
He was in Gupta dynasty. It is well known fact that almost Yakshya was in Himalaya and now their successor are residing in Himalaya called Khasiya or Khash. In his depiction Meghdoot the Alkapuri is certainly Almora. I am not agree with the fact that he was idiot in his early age. Without seeing Himalayaya no one can depict about Kalash and Himalaya. You will find it in Kumarasambhavam edited with notes by MR Kale which is in the first download link. I have not come across Kannada version of Kumarasambhava on the internet.
If you ask this query at Samskrita Google groupsome scholars might help you. See the details below. I could not find Kumarasambhava edited by Devadhar anywhere on the internet. You may have to borrow it from a library or buy a copy of it. And 2 the birth of kumara by david smith.
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I got english translation but not explanation. Kumarasambhava with English translation and explanation is available at DLI. Link is kumarasambhavamm below. Scan quality is a bit poor. Please reply me asap. Hi, I want a good Hindi commentary. And any any online source? Kumara Sambhava with Hindi commentary by Sudhakar Malaviya is available at https: For a poem i enter ni website and for my sanskrit recitation competition.
Ashtami, There are several ebooks of Sanskrit poetry at http: Teethi, The following link has an article on Kalidasa — https: Keshav Prasad, Kumarasambhava Mahakavya with Hindi commentary is available at https: Krishna, The link below the blog post contains English translation of 5th canto. I think you did not read it properly. Aditi, Hindi translation of Kumarasambhavam is available at https: I would like, for study purpose, a copy of the 12th canto of Raghuvamsa by Mahakavi Kalidasa, in devnagari script.
Where can I download?
Kumarasambhavam Champu : Ramanath : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
No me to get copy of the book ;from stores. Ramaswamy, Kumarasambhava all 17 cantos are available at http: Thank telugh very kumaraxambhavam for your help. Giving below links to English translations of Kumarasambhava and Raghuvamsa. The chapters you mentioned are there in them. All 17 Sargas of Kumarasambhava with commentary of Mallinatha is available http: Vedam Venkataraya Sastri wrote a preface for the book. Kumarasambhavam in Telugu is available at https: Parwati says there are two shivas, who are you.
I am not sure whether the following is the verse that you are kumarwsambhavam for. It is verse no. Hindi translation of the above verse is available at the following link.
An interesting article on this topic can be found at https: Giving below link to Kandarpachudamani edited by Jadhavji Trikamji Acharya, published in from Mumbai.
I have not seen any tika or translation of this text on the internet. Your email address will not be published. Skip to primary content. Skip to secondary content. I was looking for it. Can you help me out? So, I give the info below hoping it will still be useful to you, There are links to 2 English Translations and a book with Sanskrit text and Hindi commentary: Also pdf available in archive.
I studied the 7th canto of this amazing epic in college. I am looking for a Sanskrit ebook. I hope to find it on DLI. Thanks for the informative article.