By YAGYA SHARMA
Kalidas owes his reputation to his Sanksrit play Abhijnana-Shakuntala (Shakuntala acknowledged by means of the Token Ring), the lengthy epic poem Kumara-Sambhava (Birth of Kumara) and the lyric poem Meghaduta (Cloud Messenger). Kalidasa, who lived your time in the course of the 4th and early fifth centuries A.D., has left no account of his lifestyles. in response to renowned legend, he owed his ingenuity as a lot to Goddess Kali’s benefits as to his personal abilities.
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