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By Dr. Jinitha K.S., M.A., B.Ed., Ph.D.

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32 gambhīratoyamavagāhya saraḥ kirīṭī kumbhīramāśu khadanodyatamabhyagṛahṇāt ambhastaṭīmupagatastu bhujāvalagnām kumbhastanīṁ kila dadarśa kṛśāvalagnām (PM 99) Here ‘bhīram’ comes in the first two lines and ‘bhasta’ and comes in the last two lines and ‘mbh’ in all the four lines. The last two lines end in ‘āvalagnām’. tata itaḥ prasṛmaraśilīmukhaprakaraṁ pracalitapravāḷakaravālaṁ prasāritaketakamukulakuntamukham (SP 113) The words prasṛmara, prakaram, pracalita, pravāḷa, prasārita comes in this line.

PM 17) The words having the letters ‘ṣṭa’ continues thrice in the first line, twice in the second line, twice in the third line and twice in the fourth line of the above stanza. tadanantaraṁ copānta evaṁ sabhāntare vilasantaṁ bhagavantaṁ jagadantarātmānaṁ kṣitibandhurayam atibandhura-vinayam upagamya (PM 18). The words anantaram, anta, antare, antam, antam, and antarā come in frequent intervals in the above gadya. 32 gambhīratoyamavagāhya saraḥ kirīṭī kumbhīramāśu khadanodyatamabhyagṛahṇāt ambhastaṭīmupagatastu bhujāvalagnām kumbhastanīṁ kila dadarśa kṛśāvalagnām (PM 99) Here ‘bhīram’ comes in the first two lines and ‘bhasta’ and comes in the last two lines and ‘mbh’ in all the four lines.

20. Use of Prose The majestic prose utilized in the three campūs under this study is not dependant of or subservient to the verse engaged therein. The language of the prose is rhythmic and scholarly and long compounds are used widely. The grammatical variety of the vocabulary is also unusual. However the prose also do not keep outside the general purview of the works, and thereby they permit an integration of the prose and poetry to admix each other properly to yield poetical delight as envisaged in the definition of campū.

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