Ubhayābhisārika is a Sanskrit single-player satirical play formatted as a
monologue. It was written by Vararuchi, who is thought to have lived in the Gupta
Mar 14, 2016 ... A rare (although highly dismissive) portrayal of the third gender occurred in the
play Ubhayabhisarika by Vararuci, in which the character ...
Mar 19, 2013 ... In Varuchi's bhana, the Ubhayabhisarika, (“the mutual elopement”) the Vita
narrator supplies a glimpse of the city of Kusumapura as he strolls ...
They are Ubhayabhisarika by Vararuchi and Dhurtavitasamvada by Ishvaradatta
a loose rendition of whose respective titles would be both girls stepping out and ...
Jan 26, 2015 ... ... [धूर्तविटसंवादः श्रीईश्वरदत्त प्रणीतः], Ubhayabhisarika By
Vararuchi [उभयाभिसारिका श्रीमद्वररुचि प्रणीतम्] ...
In Bhana Ubhayabhisarika, the city of Patliputra (presently Patna) is described as
the tilaka (viz. mask of glory / decoration mask on the forehead) of Earth, ...
Vararuci. Ubhayabhisarika. 1. Tr. by Sukumar Sen, Calcutta Review, Pp. 127-47 (
1926). Venkatanatha. Samkalpasuryodaya. 1. Tr. by K. Narayanacharya and D.
Jan 17, 2016 ... B. Ubhayabhisarika, perhaps of the 4th-6th centuries CE. C. Katha-sarita-sagara,
perhaps of the 11th century CE. D. Sukasaptati, perhaps of ...
On the other side of the spectrum, of the 'Bhana' style of drama, Ubhayabhisarika
is a one-person drama of an endearing lecher who knows every courtesan and ...
Sangitaka in the latter sense was first mentioned by Vararuci in his
Ubhayabhisarika. It, according to J.C.Mathur, took shape between 10th and 15th