Kalidasa’s poetry is a tapestry of life, love & spirituality, woven together with exquisite language & vivid imagery exploring the depths of human experience while infusing beauty of natural world
Kalidasa In the seventh chapter of Kumarasambhavam, he explicitly states the essential oneness of the three forms of Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva.
Kalidasa’s Exposition of Eternal Values – Four ends of human life, or the Purusharthas dharma, artha, kama, and moksha.
Kalidasa has probably provided us with the finest pictures of the simple, unsullied and pure life led by our Rishis in hermitages. These pictures are among the many things that…
Kumarasambhavam is an epic poem by Kalidasa. It celebrates the love story of Shiva and Parvathi
Kalidasa was a Classical Sanskrit writer, widely regarded as the greatest poet and dramatist in the Sanskrit language.
From a historical perspective, we know almost nothing of Kalidasa. There are no records that tell us accurately where he lived and when. It is by speculating around secondary evidence…
Kalidas, the great poet and philosopher. For at least 1600 years, Indian culture has unanimously conferred on him the title of ‘kavikulaguru’ – the Master for all poets.