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9780670087983 60ad0340f4c43e121715b763 Meghadutam //cdn1.storehippo.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ad0341f4c43e121715ba60/webp/9780670087983-us.jpg "As punishment for failing in his duty, an unnamed yaksha is cursed by the god Kubera to endure a hard year in exile. Thus separated from his beloved wife, he longs to send her word of his undying love and the pain he suffers over their parting. Unable to do so himself, the lovelorn yaksha implores a passing cloud to act as his messenger. And so entrusted with this impassioned message, the cloud must travel a vast distance to the city of Alaka in the Himalayas, where the yaksha's wife waits, consumed by thoughts of her beloved. Filled with lush imagery—from the magnificence of the bountiful earth to the glory of the celestial gods, from the hypnotic lilt of birdsong to the passionate lovemaking of courtesans—The Cloud Message is as moving and resonant today as it was centuries ago. In Srinivas Reddy's new and ingenious translation, Kalidasa's celebrated poem comes to life in vivid detail. " 9780670087983
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Meghadutam

ISBN: 9780670087983
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  • ISBN: 9780670087983
  • Author: Kalidasa (Hank Heifetz Tr.)
  • Publisher: Penguin
  • Pages: 200
  • Format: Hardback

Book Description

"As punishment for failing in his duty, an unnamed yaksha is cursed by the god Kubera to endure a hard year in exile. Thus separated from his beloved wife, he longs to send her word of his undying love and the pain he suffers over their parting. Unable to do so himself, the lovelorn yaksha implores a passing cloud to act as his messenger. And so entrusted with this impassioned message, the cloud must travel a vast distance to the city of Alaka in the Himalayas, where the yaksha's wife waits, consumed by thoughts of her beloved. Filled with lush imagery—from the magnificence of the bountiful earth to the glory of the celestial gods, from the hypnotic lilt of birdsong to the passionate lovemaking of courtesans—The Cloud Message is as moving and resonant today as it was centuries ago. In Srinivas Reddy's new and ingenious translation, Kalidasa's celebrated poem comes to life in vivid detail. "

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