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Published by Institute of Asian Studies in Madras, India .
Written in English


  • Yakṣagāna plays.,
  • Nīli (Hindu mythology) -- Poetry.

Book details:

About the Edition

Libretto for Yakṣagāna about Nīli (Hindu mythology).

Edition Notes

Text in English and Tamil.

Statementeditor, P. Subramaniam ; general editors, Shu Hikosaka, G. John Samuel ; English rendering, G.S. Balakrishnan.
SeriesPublication ;, no. 34, Publication (Institute of Asian Studies (Madras, India)) ;, no. 34.
ContributionsCuppiramaṇiyam, Pu., 1927- , Hikosaka, Shu, 1947- , John Samuel, G., 1948- , Balakrishnan, G. S., Institute of Asian Studies (Madras, India)
LC ClassificationsPL4758.9.N4835 T35 1996
The Physical Object
Paginationxxii, 198, iii p. :
Number of Pages198
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL639999M
LC Control Number96904949

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