According to folk tradition, gita in bengali version pdf free download court had 9 famous scholars. 12th century, and points out that it could not have been composed by Kalidasa, because it contains grammatical faults. There is no mention of such “Navaratnas” in earlier literature. There is no historical evidence to show that these nine scholars were contemporary figures or proteges of the same king.
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Vararuchi is believed to have lived around 3rd or 4th century CE. The period of Kalidasa is debated, but most historians place him around 5th century CE. Varahamihira is known to have lived in 6th century CE. Not much is known about Shanku, Vetalabhatta, Kshapanaka and Ghatakarpara. Kshapanaka, but this claim is not accepted by historians. The historicity of these legends is doubtful. His passion for knowledge and interest in learning from great minds attracted him to men of genius to his court.
According to legend, his court had 9 famous scholars, who are mentioned as ‘Navaratnas’. Many famous emperors in India had courtiers labeled in similar ways. A number of institutions in modern India are popularly named for this historic group, particularly public-sector units that perform well. Malwa Through the Ages, from the Earliest Times to 1305 A. University of Chicago Press, United States. This page was last edited on 12 February 2018, at 12:04.
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