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Priyadarsika is a "Sanskrit "play attributed to king "Harsha (606 - 648). It was first translated into English by G. K. Nariman, "A. V. Williams Jackson, and Charles J. Ogden[1][2] and published by the "Columbia University Press in 1923 as the tenth volume of the 13 volume Columbia University Indo-Iranian Series (1901-32).

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  1. ^ Barnett, L. D. (1924). "Priyadarśikā, a Sanskrit Drama by Harsha, King of Northern India in the Seventh Century A. D. by G. K. Nariman; A. V. Williams Jackson; Charles J. Ogden; Harsha". Bulletin of the School of Oriental Studies, University of London. 3 (3): 591–593. "JSTOR 607465. "doi:10.1017/s0041977x00148815. 
  2. ^ "Clark, Walter E. (1926). "Priyadarśikā, a Sanskrit Drama by Harsha by G. K. Nariman; A. V. Williams Jackson; Charles J. Ogden; Harsha". Journal of the American Oriental Society. 46: 77–78. "JSTOR 593777. "doi:10.2307/593777. 

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