Re: [INDOLOGY] less well-known Gītagovinda translations
csaba_dezso at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Apr 3 06:20:25 UTC 2017
Do Ugric languages count? There is a brilliant metrical Hungarian translation, a collaborative effort of the Sanskritist József Vekerdi, who made a prose translation from the Sanskrit and of the poet Sándor Weöres who versified it.
Dzsajadéva, Gíta Govinda. Pásztorének. Magvető, Budapest, 1982.
> 2017. ápr. 2. dátummal, 22:58 időpontban Jesse Knutson via INDOLOGY <indology at list.indology.info> írta:
> Can anyone tell me if the 12th/13th century Sanskrit poem Gītagovinda has been translated into any Slavic or east Asian languages? or any other languages that people might be less commonly aware of? Latin, French, Italian, Spanish, German, English, etc. accounted for. Best, भवदीयः,J
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