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By Jit Majumdar
Sometimes transliterated as: Bhavabhuti, BhavabhUti, Bhavabhuuti
the essence of existence
the ash smeaqred on the person of
, which symbolizes the essence (remnant) of manifested existence
poet and dramatist of the 8th century CE, who is famous for the play Mālatimādhava.
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