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Kiratarjuniya, Sanskrit Epic Poem
Kiratarjuniya is a Sanskrit epic poem written by Bharavi.
 
 Kiratarjuniya is a Sanskrit epic poem written by Bharavi. Kiratarjuniya is a poem that describes the combat between Lord Shiva in the guise of a Kirata or mountaineer and the Pandu prince Arjuna. Kiratarjuniya celebrates the strife and prowess of Arjuna with the god Shiva disguised as a forester.

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(Last Updated on : 08/08/2009)
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