"Kalidasa (circa fourth century CE) is widely regarded as India's greatest Sanskrit poet and dramatist. Over the centuries, his work was cited, commented upon and celebrated and served as a benchmark for poetics and aesthetics in literature. Kalidasa's work also became a source for understanding early Indian sensibilities."
"Mani Rao is the author of eight poetry books and a critically acclaimed translation of the Bhagavad Gita as a modern poem. Her poems and essays have been published in a number of international journals and anthologies and translated into several languages. She has an MFA in creative writing and is currently a PhD student of Religious Studies at Duke University."
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