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DRAMATIS PERSONAE - King Shudraka, The Little Clay Cart 
The Little Clay Cart [Mrcchakatika] A Hindu Drama attributed to King Shudraka, translated from the original Sanskrit and Prakrits into English Prose and Verse by Arthur William Ryder, Ph.D. (Cambridge Mass.: Harvard Univesity, 1905).
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Chārudatta,a Brahman merchant
Vardhamānaka,a servant in his house
Sansthānaka,brother-in-law of KingPālaka
Another Servant ofSansthānaka
Aryaka,a herdsman who becomes king
Sharvilaka,a Brahman, in love withMadanikā
A Shampooer, who becomes a Buddhist monk
Karnapūraka } servants ofVasantasenā
Vīraka } policemen
Goha } headsmen
Bastard pages, inVasantasenā’s house
A Judge, a Gild-warden, a Clerk, and a Beadle
Another Maid toVasantasenā
The Wife ofChārudatta
Radanikā,a maid inChārudatta’s house
Ujjayinī (called alsoAvanti) and its Environs