Төп менюны ачу

Харивиджая 17-18-енче гасырларда популяр Маратхи шагыйре Шридхар Свами Назарекар (1658-1729) иҗат иткән тугърылык әдәбияты. [1] Турыдан-туры мәгънәдә ул "Ходай Харига Җиңү" дигәнне аңлата.[2]

ИскәрмәләрҮзгәртү

  1. Ayyappappanikkar (1997). Medieval Indian Literature: Surveys and selections. p. 371. 
  2. Dinakar Dhondo Karve (1963). The New Brahmans: Five Maharashtrian Families. University of California Press. https://books.google.com/books?id=hu4mJpKiXPgC&pg=PA19#v=onepage&q&f=false. "He mentions Harivijay (Victory to God Hari [Shiva]), Ramavijay (Victory to Rama, an incarnation of Vishnu), Shivlilamrit (The Nectar of Shiva's Play), and Laghu-Guru-Charitra (The Story of Guru [the God Dattatreya]). These collections of legends about gods and supernatural figures are typical of traditional Marathi vernacular literature. The first three are by Shridhar (1678- 1728), the most prolific of marathi poets."