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In Hinduism Shakuntala is the wife of Dushyanta and the mother of Emperor Bharata. Her story is told in the Mahabharata and dramatized by Kalidasa in his play Abhij–_na__kuntala (The Sign of Shakuntala). Rishi Kanva found her in forest as a baby surrounded by Shakunta birds (Sanskrit: _akunta). Therefore he named her Shakuntala (meaning Shakunta-protected).


By A. Selvaraj - Chennai 2007 Featured In: CHENNAI EXCITE: New work from South IndiaWINTER SALETRADITION AND DIVERGENCE IN INDIA --- Camden Image Gallery SELV0017 Acrylic and ink on paper Mid-Investment Framed
Framed: 25 x 33
Unframed: 28 x 23
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