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A descriptive catalogue of poets quoted in Sanskrit anthologies and inscriptions by Ludwik Sternbach

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Published by O. Harrassowitz in Wiesbaden .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Poets, Sanskrit -- Biography

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementLudwik Sternbach.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPK2908 .S73 1978
The Physical Object
Paginationv. <1-2 > ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3104698M
ISBN 103447019786
LC Control Number82210855

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A Descriptive Catalogue of Poets Quoted in Sanskrit Anthologies and Inscriptions: Aṁśudhara-Dhoyī. For further information regarding the relevant authors and sources, necessary references have been made to the two volumes of Prof. Sternbach's A Descriptive Catalogue of Poets quoted in Sanskrit Anthologies and Inscriptions, published during from Wiesbaden, where details of anthological and inscriptional poets have been fully recorded; and also to Aufrecht's Catalogus Catalogorum as well as to New Catalogus Catalogoram . Vol-I Foreword Mahamahopadhyaya Haraprasad Sastri’s Descriptive Catalogue, volume I, was published in It is not just a catalogue. It is a classic work, in which one would find a brilliant account of the Buddhist manuscripts preserved in the Asiatic Society. Each of the Manuscripts has been studied by Haraprasad Sastri with admirable attention and care. A descriptive catalogue of poets quoted in Sanskrit anthologies and inscriptions: Volume 2. Nakula-Hevidhanesora. Harassowitz. Ludwik Sternbach. verse skm A descriptive catalogue of poets quoted in Sanskrit anthologies and inscriptions: Volume 1. The Book Foundation, Bristol. Muhammad Asad, Ahmed Moustafa. god lit

There is another work by Stenbach, 'Kavya portions in the Katha Literature' in 3 volumes. Volume 1 deals with Panchatantra, in which he lists the sources of Panchatantra verses, including Bhartrihari Satakas. According to the scheme there are to be 12 volumes of the Descriptive Catalogue. Of these, Vol. I dealing with the Vedic MSS. was entrusted to Sri K. Madhavakrishna Sarma. The work started in and the volume was printed and published in Subsequently in , Vol. VI dealing with the MSS. A descriptive catalogue of the Sanskrit manuscripts in the Adyar Library Adyar Library, Friedrich Otto Schrader Printed by the Oriental Pub. Co., - Manuscripts, Sanskrit - pages.   A Descriptive Catalogue of the Sanskrit and Other Indian Manuscripts of the Chandra Shum Shere Collection in the Bodeleian Library. A Descriptive Catalogue of Poets Quoted in Sanskrit Anthologies and Inscriptions. J.B. Introduction to Special Issue: Stotra, Hymns of Praise in Indian : Jonathan B. Edelmann.

A descriptive catalogue of poets quoted in sanskrit anthologies and inscriptions (2 Vols.). Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz. Unraveling the Kamasutra . Toggle navigation Gleanings from Sanskrit Literature. This blog is a humble effort, in the service of the Lord, to provide glimpses into devotional, spiritual, philosophical, ethical and other literature, mostly in Sanskrit verse, right from the Vedas, Upanishads, Gita, the Epics and Puranas to works of classical poets, hymns and other writings of Acharyas like Sankara and Vedanta Desika and. John Brockington is emeritus Professor of Sanskrit, The University of Edinburgh. John does research in the Sanskrit epics and the history of Hinduism. His and Mary Brockington's current project is 'Development and spread of the Rāma narrative (pre-modern)'. A Descriptive Catalogue of Poets Quoted in Sanskrit Anthologies and Inscriptions. 1: Aṁśudhara-Dhoyī. Otto Harrasowitz. Otto Harrasowitz. ISBN