The entry is about Harṣa (also known as Harṣavardhana, Harṣadeva, Śrīharṣa, Śīlāditya, c. 590–647 CE), credited with the authorship of three major Sanskrit plays, the Nāgānanda, the Ratnāvalī, and the Priyadarśikā, as well as a few minor works. He is also celebrated as an outstanding personality in the political history of India, the mighty king who ruled over the greater part of northern India for most of the first half of the 7th century.

Harsa / Marco Franceschini. - STAMPA. - (2019), pp. 214-217.

Harsa

Marco Franceschini
2019

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The entry is about Harṣa (also known as Harṣavardhana, Harṣadeva, Śrīharṣa, Śīlāditya, c. 590–647 CE), credited with the authorship of three major Sanskrit plays, the Nāgānanda, the Ratnāvalī, and the Priyadarśikā, as well as a few minor works. He is also celebrated as an outstanding personality in the political history of India, the mighty king who ruled over the greater part of northern India for most of the first half of the 7th century.
2019
Brill's Encyclopedia of Buddhism. Vol. II: Lives.
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Harsa / Marco Franceschini. - STAMPA. - (2019), pp. 214-217.
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