Which one of the following books of ancient India has the love story of the son of the founder of Sunga dynasty?(2016)
Malavikagnimitra is a sanskrit play written by Kalidasa.
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 Mālavikā. He must resort to the help of his jester and play a game of subterfuge merely to look at the new girl. When the queen discovers her husband’s passion for this girl, she becomes infuriated and has Mālavikā imprisoned, but as fate would have it, in the end she is discovered to be of royal birth and is accepted as one of his queens.