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The decline of the Nandas at the hands of Kautilya and Chandragupta Maurya has been vividly portrayed in the Sanskrit play written by Kalidasa

A. Mudrarakshas

B. Devichandragupta

C. Malavikagnimitram

D. Mrichhakatika

Answer: Option C

Solution(By Examveda Team)

The Malavikagnimitram is a Sanskrit play by Kalidasa. It is his first play. The play tells the story of the love of Agnimitra, the Shunga Emperor at Vidisha, for the beautiful lun-maiden of his chief queen. He falls in love with the picture of an exiled servant girl named Malavika.

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Comments ( 4 )

  1. Kanchan Thakur
    Kanchan Thakur :
    1 year ago

    Plz correct the answer it is mudrarakshsha

  2. Junaidm Ktkl
    Junaidm Ktkl :
    3 years ago

    Mudrarakshasa says how Chandra Gupta Maurya overthrow Nandas with the assistance of Nandas.

  3. Ferhin Sultana
    Ferhin Sultana :
    3 years ago

    The answer will be mudrakshaha

  4. Avisek Pal
    Avisek Pal :
    3 years ago

    The Mudrarakshasa (IAST: Mudrārākṣasa, The Signet of the Minister) is a Sanskrit-language play by Vishakhadatta that narrates the ascent of the king Chandragupta Maurya ( r . c. 324 – c. 297 BCE) to power in India.

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