Śakuntalā: A Sanskrit Drama, in Seven Acts. The Deva-Nāgari Recension of the Text, Ed. with Literal English Translations of All the Metrical Passages, Schemes of the Metres and Notes, Critical and Explanatory

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Clarendon Press, 1876 - 339 pages

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