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නාට්‍ය ශාස්ත්‍ර
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නාට්‍ය ශාස්ත්‍ර (සංස්කෘත: नाट्य शास्त्र, Nāṭyaśāstra) යනුවෙන් හැඳින්වෙන්නේ අභිවාහ්‍ය කලාවන් පිළිබඳ වූ සංස්කෘත ග්‍රන්ථයකි.[1][2] මෙම ග්‍රන්ථය භරත මුණිවරයා විසින් රචනා කරන ලදැයි පැවසේ. මෙහි පළමු සම්පූර්ණ සම්පාදනය ක්‍රි.පූ. 200 සහ ක්‍රි.ව. 200 අතර කාලයට අයත් යැයි විශ්වාස කෙරේ.[3][4] නමුත් ඇතැමුන් මෙය ක්‍රි.පූ. 500 සහ ක්‍රි.ව. 500 අතර කාල පරාසයේ ලියැවෙන්නට ඇතැයි සඳහන් කොට තිබේ.[5]

ආශ්‍රේයයන්[සංස්කරණය]

  1. Katherine Young; Arvind Sharma (2004). Her Voice, Her Faith: Women Speak on World Religions. Westview Press. පිටු 20–21. ISBN 978-0-8133-4666-3. https://books.google.com/books?id=xUoEw0IQvPEC. 
  2. Guy L. Beck (2012). Sonic Liturgy: Ritual and Music in Hindu Tradition. University of South Carolina Press. පිටු 138–139. ISBN 978-1-61117-108-2. https://books.google.com/books?id=UzUMCAAAQBAJ. "Quote: "A summation of the signal importance of the Natyasastra for Hindu religion and culture has been provided by Susan Schwartz, "In short, the Natyasastra is an exhaustive encyclopedic dissertation of the arts, with an emphasis on performing arts as its central feature. It is also full of invocations to deities, acknowledging the divine origins of the arts and the central role of performance arts in achieving divine goals (...)"." 
  3. Natalia Lidova 2014.
  4. Tarla Mehta 1995, pp. xxiv, 19–20.
  5. Wallace Dace 1963, p. 249.

බාහිර සබැඳි[සංස්කරණය]

  • "Museum for Natya Shastra / Bharatanatiyam at Bharata Ilango Foundation For Asian Culture (BIFAC) in Pattipulam, ECR, Chennai". CasualWalker.
  • Natya-shastra full English translation by Manomohan Ghosh, including additional footnotes and commentary extracts. The Bibliography and Table of Contents of vol. 1 (1951) are missing from the web version. It contains a number of typos and of notes missing and generally skips Sanskrit quotations present in the printed version, providing only their English translation. On the other hand, chapters 28 to 36 from vol. 2 (1961) are included in the web version whereas vol. 1 stops at chapter 27 and contains only a preliminary version of chapters 34, 35 and 36.
  • Manomohan Ghosh (Transl) (1951). "Natya Shastra (Chapters 1–27)". Asiatic Society of Bengal, Calcutta.
  • Manomohan Ghosh (Transl) (1961). The Natyasastra : a treatise on Hindu dramaturgy and histrionics (Chapters 28–36). OCLC 603994750. 
  • Natya sastra Manuscript (with 37 chapters), in Sanskrit (Chapters 31, 32 and 34 missing)
  • Natya Shastra with Commentary of Abhinavagupta, 10th-century commentary, Compiled by M Ramakrishna Kavi, in Sanskrit (Vol. 2 only; the complete work is in 4 vols.)
  • Theatre layout with diagrams according to Natyasastra, Prachi Shah, Bhartiya Drama
  • Related Bibliography: Judy Van Zile (1973). Dance in India: An Annotated Guide to Source Materials. ISBN 978-0-913360-06-4. https://books.google.com/books?id=8T9Fk2Xqbj0C. 


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