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Warder, A. K. 1974. Indian Kāvya Literature. Vol. II. Origin and formation of the Classical
Kāvya.Delhi-Varanasi-Patna: Motilal Banarsidass.
Marková, D. 2007. The Motif of the Weather in Hindi Prose on Indians Abroad. In: Pandanus
Akshara, K. 2004. Yakshagana. In: A. Lal (ed.). The Oxford Companion to Indian Theatre.
Oxford:Oxford University Press: 525-527.
Coomaraswamy, A. K. and D. Gopala Kristnayya. 1917. The Mirror of Gesture Being the Abhinaya
Darpaṇa of Nandikeśvara. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
Pieruccini, C. and P. M. Rossi (eds). 2016. A World of Nourishment. Reflections on Food in Indian
Culture. Milano: Ledizioni.
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Bignami C., et al. 2016. Introduction. In: Cracow Indological Studies, 18: vii–xv.