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Rupaka is the general term for all dramatic composition. Rupaka is derived from the word 'rupa' which means form. It is being their chief object to embody characters and feelings, and to exhibit the natural indications of passion. A play is also defined as a poem that is to be seen, or Poem that is to be seen and heard.
Dramatic writings are arranged in two classes, the Rupakas, Properly so termed, and the Uparupakas, the minor or inferior Rupakas. There are ten types of the Rupakas, and eighteen Uparupakas.
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