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New Book Inspired by Mythology and Classical Sanskrit Text
KOLKATA, India (PRWEB) January 13, 2013
Mrityunjay has long held an interest in mythology, especially those which relate to the present-day world and modern struggles. In his new book, “Meghdoot: The Emissary of Sunderance” (published by Trafford Publishing), Mrityunjay turns his eye to the Classics, while keeping his finger on the pulse of the contemporary.
“‘Meghdoot’ is a mythical poetic drama epitomizing the subliminal relationship between a man trapped between trying circumstances of sunderance with his beloved and Nature,” states Mrityunjay.
Inspired by classical Sanskrit literature, “Meghdoot” amalgamates nature with human life and, says Mrityunjay, “makes it share its varied imagination, feelings and sufferings like an inseparable friend.”
Mrityunjay’s unique perception and contemporary treatment of images of history and heritage presents a lyrical recipe of a mythical drama. Footnotes on mythical characters, symbols and scriptural references make it all the more reader friendly.
About the Author
Mrityunjay, a senior Indian Police Service officer of poetic sensibility, gives a contemporary glimpse of the unfathomable pathos of sunderance suffered by Yaksha and delivers an idyllic portrayal of life in North India in Kalidasa’s “Meghdoot (The Cloud Messenger)” through the verses of original Sanskrit written in 4–5 AD.
Mrityunjay completed his master’s in Political Science at the University of Delhi, India and passed All India Services’ Exams to become a member of the premium Indian bureaucracy. He was awarded with the President of India Medal for Meritorious Service and the Kalakar Award for ‘Best Music in Regional Language’. He was also commended by the Indian Ambassador to Indonesia for his contributions in organizing the Festival of India in Indonesia in 2009-10.
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