In Indian Aesthetics experiencing Rasa is the final profit of any artistic or poetic creation. Bharatamuni declares that nothing proceeds without rasa. According to Abhinava, rasa, the poetic pleasure means to taste or relish. But Anandavardhanacharya in his Dvanyaloka accepted Dhvani as the soul of poetry. Then he shows that the sentiments cannot be conveyed or perceived by any other faculty of speech except suggestion. It is this suggestion of sentiments that constitutes the soul of poetry. The main object of a dramatic work is the evolution of some rasa by means of vibhavas and anubhavas. Here is an attempt to find out how the drama Urubhanga fulfills the experience of beauty.