Translated from Sanskrit into Russian and English

Bharata's

"Natya-Shastra"

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The Russian and English translations of the Ist Ch. by Sveta Barkun and M. I. Mikhailov with an Introduction and Commentaries disclosing astronomical and calendrical purports of the classical Indian theater and mythology. 

The book contains Introduction and commentaries.  


Bharata is a symbolical author of the Natya-Shastra ('Science of the Calendar Universe as Theater').

Bharata. Natya-Shastra. Ch.1 (Russian)

Перевод с санскрита на русский Светы Баркун и М. И. Михайлова.

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Natyashastra. Intro., First Ch., by M. I. Mikhailov, Sveta Barkun

Translated from Sanskrit into English with Introduction and Commentaries by Sveta Barkun and M. I. Mikhailov

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CONTENT

Bharata's Natya-Shastra in Russian and English translations

Sveta Barkun
Ch. 1. Введение (Introduction)

ВЕДИЙСКИЙ ТЕАТР КАК ГОДОВАЯ ЛИТУРГИЯ
VEDIC THEATER AS ANNUAL LITURGY

Sveta Barkun
ИМЕНА СТА СЫНОВЕЙ БХАРАТЫ (Names of the Hundred sons of Bharata)

ГЛАВА ПЕРВАЯ (First Chapter)

ПЯТАЯ ВЕДА КАК СИНТЕЗ ЧЕТЫРЕХ ВЕД
The fifth Veda as a synthesis of the Four Vedas

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ПРИМЕЧАНИЯ (Commentary)

by Mikhail I. Mikhailov

Первая глава "Натья-шастры"

Перевод с санскрита Светы Баркун и М. И. Михайлова

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The first chapter of "Natya Shastra"

Translated from Sanskrit into English by Sveta Barkun and M. I. Mikhailov

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Русский перевод

English translation

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