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Student Name
Rashi Bhansali
Mithila Gadag
Nidhi Khot
Isha Patil
Laxaree Sawant
Simran Ajgaonkar
Allied Design - Landscape Design
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Studio Conductors
Ar. Swapna Hankare, Ar. Devayani Upasani, Ar. Swati Desai, Ar. Shweta Sonakia

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The Meghdoot is a lyric love poem composed by Kalidasa in the 5th-century CE. “Megh'' translates to “cloud” and “doot” translates to “messenger”, thus this poem is about a cloud who must take the message of a Yaksha, a semi-divine being, to his wife in the Himalayas. Half of the Indian subcontinent keeps the two lovers separate from each other. This compilation is about the Purvamegha, a description of the journey Meghdoot must undertake to reach Alaka, the abode of the Yakshas. The description of the landscape settings has personified certain geographical features, like the mountains and the river, giving them human attributes adding the depth of a personal touch. The journey of Meghdoot starts near the Ramagiri Hills in central India. The path of Meghdoot passes through the varied landscapes of India, from the green hilly terrains of Amrakut hills covered with mango trees to the snow-capped hills and deep valleys of the Himalayas. It passes through various water bodies like river Rewa, river Gambhir and the Mansarovar lake and some populous cities of Ujjain and Vidisha.

Story of Meghdoot

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