[ kah-li-dah-suh ]
/ ˌkɑ lɪˈdɑ sə /
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flourished 5th century a.d., Hindu dramatist and poet.
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How to use Kalidasa in a sentence
Kalidasa, who was not very much, if at all later, is also put among the protégés of Bhoga in the Bhogaprabandha.Sagas from the Far East|Various
Yet another pictures Bhavabhuti as a contemporary of Kalidasa, and jealous of the less austere poet's reputation.
We know from Kalidasa's writings that he spent at least a part of his life in the city of Ujjain.
The profound and subtle systems of philosophy were also possessed by Kalidasa, and he had some knowledge of astronomy and law.
The "sea-belted earth" of which Kalidasa speaks means to him the mainland of India.
British Dictionary definitions for Kalidasa
/ (ˌkælɪˈdɑːsə) /
?5th century ad, Indian dramatist and poet, noted for his romantic verse drama Sakuntala
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