Urubhanga or urubhangam 2

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Urubhanga or urubhangam 2

  1. 1. Urubhanga as a Sanskrit tragic drama <br />M.A-I<br />Roll . No:-20<br />By:-Kinjal<br />
  2. 2. Urubhanga or Urubhangam<br /><ul><li>Devanngri:- Urubhagam
  3. 3. English:-The Breaking of the Thighs
  4. 4. Urubhanga is a deviation from the epic Mahabharata.
  5. 5. Duryodhana is presented in a different light in urubhanga.
  6. 6. He isn’t exempted from his original evil deeds , but he is shown as a character with heroic qualities.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Bhasa’s altering of certain aspects results in a different presentation of the story.
  7. 7. The most extreme of these altercations is Bhasa’s portrayal of Duryodhana
  8. 8. Duroydhana is the centre and the heart of the dramatic action, He appears to us as a more skilful and dignified fighter who was the victim of a conspiracy and foul practice.
  9. 9. “The style and diction are clear and forcible, but uncouth or inelegant. The dramas do not possess elaborate art and polish of the standers type, but there is, without any effort vigor and liveliness of a rare kind”-S.K.De</li></li></ul><li><ul><li> While tragedy is rare among Sanskrit dramas, Bhasa’s presentation of Duryodhana’s side of the tale adds certain tragic elements to the play.
  10. 10. G.K.Bhat(book-Tragedy and Sanskrit Drama):-According to Bhatt, Bhasa is single Sanskrit dramatist to experiment with ancient material to produce tragic structure.
  11. 11. Bhat is a solitary case of a daring experiment in Sanskrit dramatic literature as he breaks away from the tradition epic frame work
  12. 12. Dr.G.K.Bhat-Two one-Act plays of Bhasa
  13. 13. .</li></li></ul><li>Conclusion <br /><ul><li>Since the Mahabharata is deeply rooted in the Indian tradition those with traditionally fixed attitudes find it difficult to accept Bhasa’srendition of the Urubhanga</li></li></ul><li>Guide : - Jaysir<br />Thank you<br />

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