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They fall in love with each other at first sight and, in the absence of her father, Shakuntala weds the king in a ceremony of ‘Ghandharva’-a form of marriage by mutual consent with mother Nature as the witness. Dushyanta successfully tied it on his arm. She gives birth to a male child.
Meanwhile, a fisherman was surprised to find a royal ring in the belly of a fish he had caught. Characters in the Mahabharata People in Hindu mythology. King Dushyanta first encountered Shakuntala while travelling through the forest with his army.
Sakuntala is an incomplete opera by Franz Schubertwhich originated late to early Days roll by and nobody from the palace comes to fetch her. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page.
The Love Story of Shakuntala and Dushyant
Subbulakshmi in the role of Shakuntala. Wikiquote has quotations related to: The Plays of Kalidasa. Find Your Zodiac Compatibility. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
Rajyam Pictures of C. One day, a powerful rishi, Durvasacame to the ashrama but, lost in her thoughts about Dushyanta, Shakuntala failed to greet him properly.
Retrieved 19 March Therefore, he named her Shakuntala Sanskrit: Music of the Soviet Era: Thus the family was reunited in Heaven, and they returned to earth to rule for many years before the birth of the Pandava. The temperamental sage turns back and curses her: An alternate narrative is that after Dushyanta failed to recognize Shakuntala, her mother Menaka took Shakuntala to Heaven where she gave birth to Bharata.
Camille Claudel created a sculpture Shakuntala.
Incensed by this slight, the rishi cursed Shakuntala, saying that the person she was dreaming of would forget about her altogether. Her ring Dushyanta’s ring slipped off her finger without her realizing it. The Recognition of Sakuntala is a Sanskrit play written by Kalidasa.
He immediately set out to find her and, arriving at her father’s ashram, discovered that she was no longer there. For other uses, see Shakuntala disambiguation. Back to Stories Main. The boy took him to Shakuntala, and thus the family was reunited.