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In Sanskrit poetics, the defining characteristics of poetry, its very life breath, are the guṇas, 'qualities'. They make up the phonetic and syntactic fabric of poetic language without which there would be nothing to further to ornament. Many of these intimate features are by necessity specific to the Sanskrit language and defined in terms of its peculiar grammar including phonology and morphology. In the present article, I will describe what happens to four of these guṇas when they aredoi:10.12797/cis.22.2020.02.02 fatcat:ldcawvottfa6xjdpddxv2frxdq