Vakataka - Gupta Age Circa 200-550 A.D.
Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 1986 - 515 páginas
Many text on music dance and drama continued to be written in different parts of India until the 17th century. Between the 12th and the 16th century regional styles emerged. Medieval texts have been discovered in all parts. One amongst these is the Srihastamuktavali belonging to the eastern tradition.
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Vedic Religion si incarico di
Dāmajada I Jivadaman and Rudrasimha I
Regency of Prabhāvatiguptă
AppendixNote on the Chronology
The Malay Peninsula
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