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Ka·li·da·sa(kä′lē-dä′sə) ad 375?-415?
Indian dramatist and lyric poet. His poetry represents the height of the kavya style, as exemplified by his epic poem Raghuvamsha and his lyric poem Meghaduta.
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(Biography) ?5th century ad, Indian dramatist and poet, noted for his romantic verse drama Sakuntala
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Ka•li•da•sa(ˌkɑ lɪˈdɑ sə)
fl. 5th century A.D., Indian playwright and poet.
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