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This set of Indian aesthetics Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Indian Aesthetics Set 7

Q1 | Abhihitanvaya theory is advocatedby ____________ .
Q2 | Anvitabhidanatheory is advocated by _______________ .
Q3 | According to Patanjalisabda is _____ .
Q4 | the relation between word and meaning is eternal according to _________.
Q5 | ________is the causeof utterance and the cause of understanding
Q6 | __________ is the author of ashtadhyayi
Q7 | _________ is the author of Mahabhasya .
Q8 | Katyayana’s __________ is an elaboration of Panini’s ashtdhyayi.
Q9 | The first kanda of vakyapadiya is ________
Q10 | __________ kanda of vakyapdiya contains different conceptions of sentence.
Q11 | Vakypadiya represents a kind of _________ in which language principlestands ultimately as the source of entire material existence.
Q12 | The doctrine of _____________ asserts that the ultimate reality, brahman , is theimperishable principle of language.
Q13 | _________ stands for real word and _________ stands for physical sound
Q14 | According to bartrahari as a linguistic reality the sentence is a __________ unit.
Q15 | A linguistic expression conceived as a single unit is referred as _________.
Q16 | ____________ consider a sentence to be primary unit and believe that words areanalytically derived from sentences.
Q17 | According to padavadin sentence meaning is understood only when all the ____come together.
Q18 | __________ is the author of dhvanyaloka.
Q19 | __________ is a commentary on Dhvanyaloka by Abhinavagupta .
Q20 | Hrdayadarpana of __________ is critical of the theory of suggestion.
Q21 | __________ a reputed logician of Kashmir was of the opinion that dhvani doesnot deserve any serious attenssion at all.
Q22 | According to bhattanayaka poetic language has the three fold power of Abhitha ,bhavakatva and ______________
Q23 | Mahimabhatta is the author of ------------.
Q24 | Nyaya admits two kinds of meaning ___________ and __________’
Q25 | According to ________________ dhvani is a type of inference