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JCR. 2020; 7(18): 3644-3646

Religious Sentiment Associated with the Love of Krishna-Rukmini in Rukmini Haran Drama of Sankardev: A Discussion

Chitra Ranjan Nath.

Among the Ankiya Nats written by Sankardev Rukmini Haran has the largest volume. Like the other dramas this one also has idea
of preaching Neo-Vaishnavism. In Neo-Vaishnavism Lord Krishna is the main worshiped god. Sankardev was enthusiast in
developing a direct and pious connection between almighty Krishna and his devotee. This devotion expressed as slavery,
friendship and in some cases as love. As the main intention of Sankardev was to spread religious sentiments thus his Ankiya Nat
holds a pure religious sentiment.

Key words: Ankiya Nat, drama, religion, Jhumura, Sutradhar

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