Mahfil. v 7, V. 7 ( 1971) p. iii.

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That ancient Sanskrit literature is rich fare today finds concrete expression in the varied and lively responses to it collected here. Even outside Sanskrit itself, the richness of its traditions is apparent in its influences on other Indian literatureo The diversity of approaches to the translation and appreciation of Sanskrit literature that is represented is intentional; it will hopefully stimulate reactions within the circle of contributors and among the wider Mdhfit audienceo

Barbara Stoler Miller Barnard College, New York

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