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Accumulation by Segregation: Muslim Localities in Delhi.

Accumulation by Segregation: Muslim Localities in Delhi.
  • Jamil, Ghazala
  • Oxford U.P.
  • xiv+240p.
  • 2017
  • Muslims -- India -- Delhi -- Social conditions Based on ethnographical study of Muslim neighbourhoods, this work argues that it is not merely communal discrimination and prejudice that causes formation of segregated Muslim enclaves. Through an intricately weaved argument the text explains that rather than being excluded from the city, the Muslim areas contain a segment of immobile labour and capital that are uniquely positioned for exploitation in the globalised world. Segregated spaces provide for accumulation in favour of other spaces in the city. Section A : Accumulation by segregation -- Section B : Discursive bases of segregation -- Section C : Counter-discourses

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Mughal and Sikh Rulers and the Vaishnavas of Pindori: a historical interpretation of 52 Persian documents. 2nd ed.

Mughal and Sikh Rulers and the Vaishnavas of Pindori:
  • Goswamy, B.N. & J.S. Grewal
  • Indian Institute of Advanced Study
  • ix,448p facs.
  • 2010(1969)
  • Mogul Empire -- History -- Sources Covering the period of over150 years from 1695 to 1859, this rich collection of 52 Persian documents is published with facsimiles, transcription, translation and full annotation of each document. Together, these diverse documents provide information on matters: political, social, economic and cultural, with a bearing on political history, polity administrative practices, local functionaries, legal practices at the court of the Qazi in relation to property, role of Panchayats, madad-i ma'sh and dharmarth grants, recipients of jagirs and state patronage, and institutional continuity and change from the Mughal to the Sikh rule in the Punjab region. with their bearing also on social relations, literacy and sectarian attitudes, these documents have been found relevant for scholarly studies in different disciplines.

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Hinduism Before Reform.

Hinduism Before Reform.
  • Hatcher, Brian A.
  • Harvard U.P.
  • x,321p
  • 2020
  • Rammohun Roy, Raja, 1772?-1833 -- Sahajānanda, Swami, 1781-1830 -- Brahma-samaj -- hindu sects -- History -- 19th century By the early eighteenth century, the Mughal Empire was in decline and the East India Company was making in-roads into the subcontinent with an eye on spices, indigo, and opium. A century later, Christian missionaries, Hindu "reformers," Muslim saints, and Sikh rebels formed the colorful religious fabric of colonial India. Through a focus on two distinct nineteenth-century Hindu religious communities and their charismatic leaders-the "cosmopolitan" Rammohun Roy and the "parochial" Swami Narayan, whose influences continue to be felt in contemporary Indian religious life-Hatcher tells us the story of how urban and rural people thought about faith, ritual, and gods.

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Identifying and Regulating eligion in India: law, history and place of worship.

Identifying and Regulating eligion in India: law, history and place of worship.
  • Srikantan, Geetanjali
  • Cambridge U.P.
  • viii,251p
  • 2020
  • Religion and state -- Law and legislation -- India -- History -- British occupation, 1765-1947 The inability to define religion and consequently protect religious freedom has been a question that has preoccupied Indian courts. This book investigates the identification and regulation of religion through an intellectual history of law's creation of religion from the colonial to the post-colonial. Moving beyond conventional explanations on the failure of secularism and the secular state, it argues that the impasse in the legal regulation of religion lies in the methodologies and frameworks used by British colonial administrators in identifying and governing religion. Drawing on insights from post-colonial theory and religious studies, it demonstrates the role of secular legal reasoning in the background of Western intellectual history and Christian theology through an illustration of the place of worship. The book then traces the evolution of the place of worship by showing how legal ideas and processes lead to an understanding of religion being determined by doctrine which is inherited by the modern legal system. It further examines the consequences of the conception that religion is dependent on a set of doctrines through a landmark litigation in the Indian legal system showing that the roots behind religion's ungovernability lies within its governance

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Lokayata/ Carvaka: a philosophical enquiry.

Lokayata/ Carvaka: a philosophical enquiry.
  • Gokhale, Pradeep P.
  • Oxford U.P. (India)
  • xiv,222p
  • 2015
  • Lokāyata -- Philosophy, Indic -- Materialism in literature -- Empiricism in literature Philosophy in Indian tradition as a purely secular and rational exercise can be located in the Lokåayata/Cåarvåaka school of Indian philosophy. Due to the lack of substantial literary sources, scholars did not try to explore Lokåayata philosophically. The present work is the first attempt to explore the philosophical energies inherent in the scattered Cåarvåaka literature through critical and analytical discussions firmly grounded in textual evidences.

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The Recensions of Natyasastra. (Samiksika Series 19)

The Recensions of Natyasastra.
  • Mahanty, Sugyam Kumar (ed.)
  • National Mission for Manuscripts
  • xx,281p ills.
  • 2022
  • Bharata Muni. -- Nāṭyaśāstra -- Sanskrit drama -- History and criticism -- Congresses The recensions of Nāṭyaśāstra/ editor, Sugyan Kumar Mahanty ; general editor, Pratapanand Jha English and Sanskrit; includes some text in Hindi. Contributed research papers on Natyasastra of Bharata Muni, work on Sanskrit dramaturgy, presented in the national seminar organized by Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, Vedavyas Campus, Kangra, Himachal Pradesh in collaboration with the National Mission for Manuscripts.

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Buddhism on the Silk Route.

Buddhism on the Silk Route.
  • Lama, G.K.
  • Sharada Publishing House
  • xiv,325p plates
  • 2022
  • Buddhism -- Maitreya -- Silk Road -- Asia -- History Oliver Wild, writing about the Silk Route, remarks that the most significant commodity carried along this route was not silk, but religion. The countries laying on the Silk Route and how this route had contributed to propagate Buddhism in those countries are the theme of this book. The present book gives detailed and current information of the history of the Silk Route and also throws light on those countries where Buddhism reached through this Route. It dedicated to throw light on the Silk Route and the existence of Maitreya cult on this route. Chapter 1: Introduction 2: The Silk Route 3: Maitreya Cult on the Silk Route 4: Buddhism in China 5: Buddhism in Central Asia 6: Buddhism in Afghanistan 7: Buddhism in Tibet 8: Buddhism in Kashmir Valley 9: Buddhism in Assam 10: Buddhism in Myanmar Bibliography

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Suhrllekhah: a friend's letter of Acarya Nagarjuna. ed. & English translation by Priyasena Simhah

Suhrllekhah: a friend's letter of Acarya Nagarjuna.
  • Nagarjuna
  • Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan
  • lviii,252p
  • 2012
  • Religious life -- Buddhism -- Buddhist priests -- India -- Correspondence -- Early works to 1800 Suhr̥llekha: Friend's letter of Ācārya Nāgārjuna: Ācāryanāgārjunakr̥taḥ Suhr̥llekhaḥ Ācāryanāgārjunakr̥taḥ ; sañcayitā anuvādakaḥ saṃśodhakaśca, Priyasena Siṃhaḥ सुहृल्लेखः / आचार्यनागार्जुनकृतः ; सञ्चयिता अनुवादकः संशोधकश्च, प्रियसेन सिंहः.; Suhr̥llekhaḥ: Friend's letter of Ācārya Nāgārjuna On Buddhist religious life and doctrines In Sanskrit (Sanskrit in Devanagari & Roman); commentary and translation in Hindi and English

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Samskrta Vyakaranakaumudi: a study of textual prescriptions in Paninian grammar: a compendium of Laghusiddhantakaumudi: English version with critical exposition. (Chowkhamba Sanskrit Series, 175)

Samskrta Vyakaranakaumudi: a study of textual prescriptions in Paninian grammar:
  • Dora, Ghanashyam
  • Chowkhamba Sanskrit Series Office
  • xiii,342p
  • 2020
  • 1. Pāṇini. Aṣṭādhyāyī. 2. Sanskrit language--Grammar. 3. Varadarāja, active 17th c. Laghusiddhāntakaumudī. English and Sanskrit Saṃskṛta vyākaraṇakaumudī : a study of textual prescriptions in Pāṇinian grammar, a compendium of laghusiddhāntakaumudī, English version/ Prof. (Dr.) Ghanashyam Dora

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The Legend of King Asoka: a study and translation of the Asokavadana. (Buddhist Tradition Series. v. 6)

The Legend of King Asoka:
  • Strong, John S.
  • Motilal
  • xiv,336p
  • 2008(1989)
  • Aśoka, King of Magadha, active 259 B.C. -- Avadāna -- Aśokāvadāna -- Buddhism The legend of King Aśoka a study and translation of the Aśokāvadāna/ John S. Strong An English translation of the Asokavadana text, the Sanskrit version of the legend of King Asoka, first written in the second century A.D. Emperor of India during the third century B.C. and one of the most important rulers in the history of Buddhism, Asoka has hitherto been studied in the West primarily from his edicts and rock inscriptions in many parts of the Indian subcontinent. Through an extensive critical essay and a fluid translation, John Strong examines the importance of the Asoka of the legends for our overall understanding of Buddhism.

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CASTE: the emergence of the South Asian social system.

CASTE: the emergence of the South Asian social system.
  • Klass, Morton
  • Manohar
  • xxv,212p
  • 2020(1980)
  • Caste -- South Asia How and why did the caste system emerge in South Asia? Why do con-temporary anthropologists and Indologists experience so much difficulty with this problem? Morton Klass addresses both of these questions in this book, and the result is an intellectual adventure story, an essay in ethnohistorical deduction and reconstruction. Klass begins by examining the assumptions underlying the older explanations of the origin of caste, tracing their roots in dubious history, ethnocentrism, and outmoded theory. Then, using contemporary anthro-pological writings on ecology, economy, social structure, and cultural evolution, he develops a scenario in which caste emerges as a trans-formation of an earlier clan structure that until now has been considered an evolutionary 'dead end'.

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Nagarjuna and the Art of Negation: discerning subjectivity, emptiness, transcebdental ethics, tetralemma logic, binary logic, self-being and negations.

Nagarjuna and the Art of Negation:
  • Varghese, Mathew
  • Sanctum Books
  • xx,255p
  • 2020
  • Sunyata -- Emptiness (Philosophy) -- Buddhism -- India -- History The conception of atman- Brahman is the foundation of Vedic philosophersi understanding of transcendentals as truth (sat), consciousness (cit) and bliss (ananada). Nagarjuna, on the other hand, employs negative dialectics to confute the logical structure of either/or that demands metaphysical concepts; and by employing the four-value logical structure, he introduces the transcendentals as wisdom and compassion. This book uses Nagarjunian art of negation to reread his philosophy differently to discern the concept of emptiness ( sunyata) as the co-dependent evolution of various elements of the subjective self and the elements of objective experiences in the dominion of the subjective self; therein it is possible to redefine no-soul (nairatmya) as self-being, and idominion of subjectivityi for replacing a metaphysical postulation; and the transcendentals as wisdom and compassion.

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Emptiness in Indian Buddhism.

Emptiness in Indian Buddhism.
  • Tachikawa Musashi
  • Vajra Books
  • xi,194p
  • 2018
  • Sunyata -- Emptiness (Philosophy) -- Buddhism -- India -- History This book is a collection of my essays on Emptiness thought in Indian Buddhism, journal articles and conference papers composed over four decades. All have been recently revised and reflect my current views. I first became interested in this problem when I was a college student. What drew me to the question was: How is Emptiness expressed by words? Since then, I have returned to arguments concerning Emptiness over and over, in search of greater clarity. My approach has remained philological, depending on close reading of Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese texts. (from "Preface")

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Buddhism, Meditation, and Free Will: a theory of mental freedom. (Routledge Critical Studies in Buddhism)

Buddhism, Meditation, and Free Will: a theory of mental freedom.
  • Repetti, Rick
  • Routledge
  • xvi,205p pap.
  • 2020(19)
  • Buddhism -- Doctrines -- Free will and determinism -- Religious aspects This book presents a comprehensive analytical review of extant scholarship on perspectives on free will. It studies and refutes the most powerful Western and Buddhist philosophical objections to free will and explores the possibility that a form of agency may in fact exist within Buddhism. Providing a detailed explanation of how Buddhist meditation increases self-regulative mind-control abilities, the author argues that the Buddhist path is designed to produce meditation virtuosos exhibiting mind-control abilities far exceeding the free-will advocate’s ability to ‘do otherwise’ or have their choices be ‘up to’ them. Based on the empirically-supported mind-control cultivated by these meditation virtuosos, the book proposes the principle of, ‘Buddhist Soft Compatibilism’, a theory of ‘freedom of the mind’ that entails freedoms of the will, attention, emotion and action, compatible with both determinism and indeterminism.

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A Hindu Critique of Buddhist Epistemology: Kumarila on perception, the "Determination of perception" chapter of Kumarila Bhatta's Slokavartitika. (Routledge Hindu Studies Series)

A Hindu Critique of Buddhist Epistemology:
  • Taber, John (tr. & comm.)
  • Routledge
  • xviii,265p pap.
  • 2011(05)
  • Kumārila Bhaṭṭa -- Ślokavārttika -- Mimamsa -- Perception (Philosophy) This is a translation of the chapter on perception of Kumarilabhatta's magnum opus, the Slokavarttika, one of the central texts of the Hindu response to the criticism of the logical-epistemological school of Buddhist thought. In an extensive commentary, the author explains the course of the argument from verse to verse and alludes to other theories of classical Indian philosophy and other technical matters. Notes to the translation and commentary go further into the historical and philosophical background of Kumarila's ideas. The book provides an introduction to the history and the development of Indian epistemology, a synopsis of Kumarila's work and an analysis of its argument. Preface Introduction 1 'The Determination of Perception' (Pratyaksapariccheda): Text and Commentary Part 1 2 'The Determination of Perception' (Pratyaksapariccheda): Text and Commentary Part 2 Appendix: The Sanskrit Text of the Pratyaksapariccheda

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A Buddhist Doctrine of Experience: a new translation and interpretation of the works of Vasubandhu the Yogacarin.

A Buddhist Doctrine of Experience: a new translation and interpretation of the works of Vasubandhu the Yogacarin.
  • Kochumuttom, Thomas A.
  • Motilal
  • xxii,287p
  • 2017(1982)
  • Vasubandhu -- Yogācāra (Buddhism) A Buddhist doctrine of experience a new translation and interpretation of the works of Vasubandhu the Yogācārin/ a new translation and interpretation of the works of Vasubandhu the Yogācārin [by] Thomas A. Kochumuttom 1. Introduction: a general statement of the thesis and arguments 2. Discrimination between middle and extremes (Madhyānta-vibhāga). 3. A treatise on the three natures (Trisvabhāva-Nirdeśa). 4. A treatise in thirty stanzas (Triṃśatikā). 5. A treatise in twenty stanzas (Viṃśatikā). 6. Idealism or Realism? Translation of the Texts

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Vrttamalastuti of Jnanasrimitra with Sakyaraksita's Vrttamala(stuti)vivrti. rev. by S.S. Bahulkar, Lata Mahesh Deokar & M.A. Deokar (Studia Indo-Buddhica 1)

Vrttamalastuti of Jnanasrimitra with Sakyaraksita's Vrttamala(stuti)vivrti.
  • Hahn, Michael (ed.)
  • Aditya Prakashan
  • 177p
  • 2016
  • Sanskrit language -- Metrics and rhythmics -- Mañjūśrī -- Poetry Vṛttamālāstuti of Jñānaśrīmitra with Śākyarakṣita's Vṛttamālā(stuti)vivṛti : critical edition Sanskrit and English The Vrttamalastuti or Praise in the Form of a Garland of Metres Counted by Syllables is a unique piece of literature composed by Jnanasrimitra, who taught Buddhist philosophy and other subjects at the university of Vikramasila in the first half of the 11th century.

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The Essence of Scholasticism: Abhidarmahrdaya. T1550, revised edition with a completelt new introduction Includes bibliographical references, concordances, index of Sanskrit terms, Chinese Sanskrit-English glossary.

The Essence of Scholasticism: Abhidarmahrdaya. T1550, revised edition with a completelt new introduction
  • Willemen, Charles
  • Motilal
  • xi,346p
  • 2006(1975)
  • Abhidharma -- Early works to 1800 The essence of scholasticism : Abhidharmahṛdaya. T 1550 ; revised edition with a completely new introduction/ [translated and annotated by] Charles Willemen Chinese and English with Chinese-Sanskrit-English glossary 阿毘曇心論 *Originally published as: The essence of metaphysics. Brussels : Institut Belge des Hautes Études Bouddhiques, 1975. Serie Études et Textes 4. *"The name of the author, Dharmaśreṣṭhin, has often been given as Dharmaśrī, but the Japanese usually follow Ono Genmyō and call him Dharmaśreṣṭhin"--Page 2.

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The Isvarapratyabhijnakarika of Utpaladeva, with the author's Vrtti. critical edition and annotated translation.

The Isvarapratyabhijnakarika of Utpaladeva, with the author's Vrtti.
  • Torella, Raffaele
  • Motilal
  • liv,272p
  • 2021 repr.
  • Utpala, active 900-950 -- Īśvarapratyabhijñā -- Kashmir Śaivism -- Doctrines The Īśvarapratyabhijñākārikā of Utpaladeva with the author's vṛtti : critical edition and annotated translation/ Raffaele Torella The Īśvarapratyabhijñākārikā (ĪPK) of Utpaladeva (ca. 925-975 C.E.) is the foundation stone of the Pratyabhijñā school and constitutes the main theoretical framework of the Trika. It is the most important philosophical work of non-dual tantric Shaivism as a whole. Utpaladeva devoted two commentaries to his ĪPK a vṛtti and a ṭīkā or vivṛti (now almost totally lost). According to Abhinavagupta, the ĪPK and the vṛtti thereon were composed by Utpaladeva at the same time. This makes the vṛtti an indispenable tool to grasp the original meaning of the difficult kārikās of the Īśvarapratyabhijñā. Unfortunately, all vṛtti manuscripts from Kashmir broke at the same point and, consequently, so did the edition (also faulty in many points) published in the Kashmir Series of Texts and Studies in 1918. The present book, originally published in the Serie Orientale Roma (IsMEO), contains the first critical edition of the ĪPK and, for the first time, the complete text of the vṛtti on the basis of a unique Malayalam manuscript discovered in Trivandrum Library by R. Torella, who has also made use of the other incomplete manuscripts from Kashmir. The edition is accompanied by an English translation with copious exegetical notes, which highlight the connections of Utpaladeva's thought with the coeval schools of Indian philosophy and, first of all, with the Buddhist pramāṇa tradition. Text in English and Sanskrit; introduction in English

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Descriptive Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts in the Adyar Library, Vol.VII: Jyotisa, Vastu, Silpa, Natya, Samgita and Kama Sastra-s. (The Adyar Library, Ser., 127)

Descriptive Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts in the Adyar Library, Vol.VII: Jyotisa, Vastu, Silpa, Natya, Samgita and Kama Sastra-s.
  • Sarma, K.V.
  • Adyar Library
  • xiii,257p
  • 2015
  • Descriptive catalogue of the Sanskrit manuscripts. Vol. VII, Jyotiṣa, Vāstu, Śilpa, Nāṭya, Saṃgīta and Kāma Śāstra-s/ K.V. Sarma [Adyar Library; Descriptive catalogue of Sanskrit manuscripts in the Adyar Library; Adyar Library; The Adyar Library series] Texts in Sanskrit andin English

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Materials towards the Study of Vasubandhu's Vimsika (I): Sanskrit and Tibetan critical edition of the verses and autocommentary: an English translation and annotations (Harvard Oriental Series, 81)

Materials towards the Study of Vasubandhu's Vimsika (I): Sanskrit and Tibetan critical edition of the verses and autocommentary:
  • Silk, Jonathan A. (ed. & tr.)
  • Harvard U.P.
  • xv,224p
  • 2016
  • Vasubandhu -- Viṃśatikāvijñaptimātratāsiddhi -- Yogācāra (Buddhism) -- Early works to 1800 Materials towards the study of Vasubandhuʼs Viṁśikā : Sanskrit and Tibetan critical editions of the verses and autocommentary, an English translation and annotations/ by Jonathan A. Silk The “Twenty Verses on Manifestation-Only” of the Indian Buddhist philosopher Vasubandhu (c. 350–430?), his Viṁśíkā, is one of the most important treatises of the Yogācāra school. Accompanied by the author’s own commentary, the text lays out a vision of a “Buddhist Idealism” in which even one’s experience of the sufferings of hell is revealed to be nothing other than the results of working out one’s karma. Later scholars commented on the work a number of times, in its original Sanskrit, in Tibetan translation, and in three Chinese versions. (I) Sanskrit manuscript A, Tibetan Tanjur critical edition and Pelliott tibétain 125 of the Viṁśíkā-kārikā, with an English translation -- Sanskrit manuscript B and Tibetan Tanjur critical edition of the Viṁśíkā-vrt̥ti, with an English translation -- Notes and commentary -- Sanskrit variant readings -- Tibetan variant readings of the Vrt̥ti -- Sanskrit reading text -- English reading text --

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Vivagasuyam (Sri Vipak Shrutam). ed. by Vijay Munichandrasuri (Jain Agam Series, 14)

Vivagasuyam (Sri Vipak Shrutam).
  • Shri Mahavira Jaina Vidyalaya
  • 26p+149p
  • 2021
  • Jaina Āgama. -- Jainism -- Doctrines -- Early works to 1800 Jaina canonical text

2,851円

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Uvasagadasao, Antagadadasao, Anuttarovavaiya Dasao. ed. by Vijay Munichandrasuri (Jain Agam Series, No. 13)

Uvasagadasao, Antagadadasao, Anuttarovavaiya Dasao.
  • Shri Mahavira Jaina Vidyalaya
  • 244p
  • 2021
  • Jaina Āgama. -- Jainism -- Doctrines -- Early works to 1800 Jaina canonical text

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Niryavaliyao (Niriyavaliyasuyakkhamdho). ed. by Vijay Munichandrasuri (Jain Agam Series, No. 12)

Niryavaliyao (Niriyavaliyasuyakkhamdho).
  • Shri Mahavira Jaina Vidyalaya
  • 149p
  • 2020
  • Jaina Āgama. -- Jainism -- Doctrines -- Early works to 1800 Jaina canonical text

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Chandapannatti Suttam (Candraprajnaptisutram), with the commentary by Acharya Sri Malaygirisuri Maharaja. ed. by Vijay Hemchandrasurishwar (Jaina-Agama Series, 11(1-2)

Chandapannatti Suttam (Candraprajnaptisutram),
  • Malaygirisuri
  • Sri Mahavira Jaina Vidyalaya
  • 2 vols.
  • 2013
  • Jaina Āgama. -- Jainism -- Doctrines -- Early works to 1800 Jaina canonical text Chandapannatti suttaṁ : (Chandrapragnapti sūtraṁ)

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Jambuddiva Pannatti Suttam, part-1 (1-3 vaksaskarah) & part-2 (4-7 Vaksaskarah). ed. by vijay Munichandrasoori (Jain Agam Series No. 10(1-2))

Jambuddiva Pannatti Suttam, part-1 (1-3 vaksaskarah) & part-2 (4-7 Vaksaskarah).
  • Shri Mahavira Jaina Vidyalaya
  • 2 vols.
  • 2018
  • Jaina Āgama. -- Jainism -- Doctrines -- Early works to 1800 Jaina canonical text Jambuddīva-paṇṇattī Suttam

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Jivajivabhigam Suttam, part 1/ Pratipatti 1-3 & part 2/ Pratipatti 3-9. ed. by Vijay Munichandrasuri (Jain Agam Granthavaku, No. 8 (1-2))

Jivajivabhigam Suttam, part 1/ Pratipatti 1-3 & part 2/ Pratipatti 3-9.
  • Shri Mahavira Jaina Vidyalaya
  • 2 vols.
  • 2019
  • Jaina Āgama. -- Jainism -- Doctrines -- Early works to 1800 Jaina canonical text Jīvājīvābhigama suttam, bhāga 1-2

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Uvavai Suttam (Anupapatika Sutram). ed. by Vijay Munichandrasoori (Jain Agama Series 7(1))

Uvavai Suttam (Anupapatika Sutram).
  • Abhayadevasuri
  • Shri Mahavira Jaina Vidyalaya
  • 286p
  • 2012
  • Jaina Āgama. -- Upāṅga. -- Uvavāiya -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. Jaina canonical text with classical commentary Uvavāisuttaṃ : navāṅgīṭīkākr̥d Ācāryapravaraśrīabhayadevasūrivihitavr̥ttisahitam sthavirabhagavantaracitam Uvavāi suttaṁ = Aupāpatika sutraṁ/ sampādakaḥ, Vijaya Municandrasūriḥ (Jaina-āgama-granthamālā, 7 (1)) In Prakrit; commentary in Sanskrit; prefetary matter in Gujarati, Hindi, Sanskrit and English In Prakrit; commentary in Sanskrit; prefetary matter in Gujarati, Hindi, Sanskrit and English

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Glory of Jaina Tirthankaras.

Glory of Jaina Tirthankaras.
  • Nagar, Shanti Lal
  • Eastern Book Linkers
  • xxx,359p+20p(plates)
  • 2006
  • Jainism -- Tīrthaṅkaras -- Biography The Tirthankaras in Jainism enjoy the highest position in both the Svetambara as well as the Digambara sects. Each one of the twenty four Tirthankaras have their own glory and importance as cult figures and are revered not only by the Jaina followers in the country but the world over. The first as well as the last few of them are considered to be historical figures. They are adored in the from of sculptures and other means of the plastic art from the time immemorial. The archaeological evidence stands testimony to their adoration in shrines and temples which had been built by the contemporary rulers or even the members of the merchant guilds in the ancient past. These vestiges of the ancient period stand witness to the excellence, the Indian sculptural art had achieved in the remote past. Not only in the temples, but the images of the Tirthankaras were found carved in the mountain caves like Rajagir and other sites in the entire length and breadth of the country, besides miniatures in the Kalpasutras.

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Tarkabhasa or Exposition of reasoning. tr. by Ganganatha Jha

Tarkabhasa or Exposition of reasoning.
  • Kesava Misra
  • Indica Books
  • 114p
  • 2006
  • Nyaya -- Reasoning -- Early works to 1800 Tarkabhāṣā, or, Exposition of reasoning/ Keśava Miśra ; translated into English by Gaṅgānātha Jhā

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Introduction to Prakrit

Introduction to Prakrit
  • Woolner, Alfred C.
  • Motilal
  • xvi,235p pap.
  • 2008(1928)
  • Prakrit languages -- Grammar

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Inference the Anumana Khanda of the Tattvacintamani. with introduction, Sanskrit text, translation and explanation.

Inference the Anumana Khanda of the Tattvacintamani.
  • Bhatta, V.P.
  • Eastern Book Linkers
  • 2 vols.
  • 2021
  • Navya Nyāya -- Inference -- Early works to 1800 Inference the Anumāna khaṇḍa of the Tattva Cintāmani : with introduction, Sanskrit text, translation & explanation/ V.P. Bhatta The present work provides a comprehensive view of all the aspect of inference. Also, the present work, with general introduction, Sanskrit text and English translation with explanation, is the most authorative manual on the Navya-nyaya theory of inference.

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Gangesa's Tattvacintamani [Beginning with Upadhi and ending with Badha] with a commentary Sukhabodhikatippanika by Vacaka Gunaratna. (Bhogilal Leherchand Institute Series, 17)

Gangesa's Tattvacintamani [Beginning with Upadhi and ending with Badha]
  • Shah, Nagin J. (ed.)
  • Motilal
  • xvi,598p
  • 2005
  • Navya Nyāya -- Hindu logic -- Gaṅgeśa -- Early works to 1800 Gaṅgeśanibaddhaḥ Tattvacintāmaṇiḥ : Upādhyādibādhāntaḥ : Vācakaguṇaratnavinirmitā Sukhabodhikā ṭippanikā tayā sahitaḥ/ sampādakaḥ, Nagīna Jī Śāha Classical treatise on Navya Nyaya philosophy with Sukhabodhikā Ṭippanikā commentary by Guṇaratnagaṇi; critical edition. Gaṅgeśanibaddhaḥ Tattvacintāmaṇiḥ : Upādhyādibādhāntaḥ

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Mimamsa Philosophy: Purva-mimamsa-sastra: Mimamsa sutra of Jaimini with Bhasya of Sabaraswamin Slokavartika, Tantravartika and Tuptika of Kumarila Bhatta, Prabhatika of Srivaidyanath Sastri.

Mimamsa Philosophy: Purva-mimamsa-sastra: Mimamsa sutra of Jaimini
  • Jaimini
  • New Bharatiya Book Corp.
  • 4 vols.
  • 2021
  • Mimamsa -- Early works to 1800 Mīmāṃsā philosophy : Pūrva-mīmāṃsā-śāstra : Mīmāṃsā sūtra of Jaimini with bhāsya of Śabaraswāmin Ślokavārtika, Tantravārtika and Ṭupṭikā of Kumārila Bhaṭṭa, Prabhāṭīkā of Śrīvaidyanāth Śāstri/ edited with English translation of the Jaimini Sūtra by Vāchaspati, Madhubhārati Madhusudan Penna मीमांसादर्शनम् Mimamsa Sastra, based on the Vedic texts of rituals, is the record of India's cultural and religious history of several thousand years that has stood against all odds of foreign and internal attacks and invasions. This Sastra provides a strong base for all the Vedic rituals and beliefs that were and are the strong roots of Indian culture. Though Mimamsa deliberations were in vogue even form the Vedic period, it was sage Panini (5th_4th BCE) who recorded all such deliberations and paved a new path of sentence interpretation of Vedic passages. He was followed by Sabaraswamin of the 1 "century CE who has been remembered as the First known Commentator on the Sutra. Kumarala Bhatta and his works: Kumarila Bhatta of the 620-680 CE Commented on both the Sutra and Bhasyas. His works are Slokavartika (traditionally known as "Tarkapada," or the "section of reasoning" a Commentary in verses on Sabaraswami's Commentary on the first pada of the first chapter of (Panini Sutra), Tantravartlka (Commentary in prose on Sabaraswami's Commentary on Jaimini's Mimamsa Sutras, from the second pada of the first chapter till the eighth pada of third chapter) and the Tuptika ("Short treatise" or a gloss on the remaining nine chapters of (Panini's Mimamsa Sutras). Hermeneutics, poetics, jurisprudence, and (arguably) historiography are the general subjects in which we find the contribution of Kumarila Bhatta, Svataha pramanya "intrinsic reliability" of the Veda is one of the chief doctrines of Kumarila Bhatta. Present edition: Taking in view the need of the present generation interested in the study of Mimamsa text along with the Bhasyas and Kumarila's commentaries, it is intended to publish the text with all the commentaries of Kumarila Bhatta at one place. English Translation of the Sutra: In this edition, a sincere attempt is made to present an English translation of the Sutra alone, as close to the original as possible, without getting into the wild intricacies of the system. At many places, where the earlier translations are found very difficult to understand, the gloss of Sabaraswamin and the commentaries of Kumarila Bhatta are followed to give a clearer meaning.

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Pancasatika Prajnaparamita: Sanskrit and Tibetan texts. (Sanskrit Texts from the Tibetan Autonomous Region, Vol. 20)

Pancasatika Prajnaparamita:
  • Li Xuezhu & Fujita Yoshimichi (ed.)
  • China Tibetology Research Center/ Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • xc,160p
  • 2017
  • Yogācāra Buddhism -- Sutra Pañcaśatikā Prajñāpāramitā : Sanskrit and Tibetan Texts/ Critically edited by Li Xuezhu and Fujita Yoshimichi 五百頌般若経 The Pañcaśatikā Prajñāpāramitā or „Perfection of Wisdom in 500 Lines“ is a Mahāyāna Buddhist scripture that has received almost no attention to date, neither within Buddhist tradition nor in modern scholarship. The text is nonetheless of unique value, as an influence of the Consciousness-only or Yogācāra school can clearly be seen. The critical edition of the Sanskrit text presented in this volume is chiefly based on a photocopy kept in the library of the China Tibetology Research Center, Beijing, of a codex unicus found in the Norbulingka Palace in Lhasa. The volume also contains a critical edition of the Classical Tibetan translation, the Song dynasty Chinese translation, and a diplomatic transcription of the Sanskrit manuscript. The introduction is offered in English, Chinese, and Japanese.

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Abhayakaragupta's Abhyapaddhati Chapters 9 to 14. critically edited & translated (Sanskrit Texts from the Tibetan Autonomous Region, Vol. 14)

Abhayakaragupta's Abhyapaddhati Chapters 9 to 14.  critically edited & translated
  • Luo Hong (ed. & tr.)
  • China Tibetology Research Center/ Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • xxxiii,130p
  • 2010
  • Tantric Buddhism -- Vajrayana Abhayākaragupta's abhayapaddhati. Chapters 9 to 14/ critically edited and translated by Luo Hong with a preface by Harunaga Isaacson and Alexis Sanderson. Text in English, Tibetan and Sanskrit; preface in English and Chinese

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The Buddhakalpalatantra Chapters 9 to 14. critically edited & translated (Sanskrit Texts from the Tibetan Autonomous Region, Vol. 11)

The Buddhakalpalatantra Chapters 9 to 14.  critically edited & translated
  • Luo Hong (ed. & tr.)
  • China Tibetology Pub. House
  • xxix,249p
  • 2010
  • Knowledge, Theory of (Buddhism) -- Mandala -- Tantric Buddhism -- Early works to 1800 The Buddhakapālatantra : chapters 9 to 14/ critically ed. and transl. by Luo Hong ; with a preface by Harunaga Isaacson and Alexis Sanderson Texts in English, Sanskrit and Tibetan, introd. in Chinese and English

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Tantric Communities in Context. (Beiträge zur Kultur- und Geistesgeschichte Asiens, Band: 99)

Tantric Communities in Context.
  • Mirnig, Nina, Marion Rastelli & Vincent Eltschinger (ed.)
  • Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften/OAW
  • xviii,602p
  • 2019
  • Tantric Buddhism -- Śaivism -- Śaivism From the middle of the first millennium CE, South Asia saw the emergence and rise of Tantrism within all of its major religious traditions: Śaivism, the Vai,snava Pāñcarātra, the Buddhist Mantrayāna, and Jainism. Despite the fact that Tantrism grew to become such an integral part of the religious landscape, our understanding of how early Tantric communities were actually organized and how they positioned themselves in society is still limited. This collection of articles by leading scholars offers new insights into the socio-religious history of premodern Tantric traditions.

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Un Philosophie de la Parole: l'Enquete sur la connaissance verbale (Sabdanirnaya) de Prakasatman, maître Advaitin du Xe siècle (edition critique, traduction, commentaire, avec une nouvelle edition du commentaire d’Anandabodha) (Beiträge zur Kultur- und Geistesgeschichte Asiens, Band: 101)

Un Philosophie de la Parole:
  • David, Hugo
  • Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften/OAW
  • 877p in 2 vols.
  • 2020
  • Prakāśātma, Muni -- Śābdanirṇaya -- Advaita -- Vedanta -- Early works to 1800 Une philosophie de la parole : l'Enquête sur la connaissance verbale (Śābdanirṇaya) de Prakāśātman, maître Advaitin du Xe siècle/ édition critique, traduction, commentaire, avec une nouvelle édition du commentaire d'Anandabodha ; Hugo Davi This book by Hugo David investigates the beginnings, in the 10th century CE, of an autonomous reflection on language in the “non-dualist” trend of Brahmanical exegesis (Advaita-Vedānta) inaugurated in the 8th century by Śaṅkara. Its starting point is a detailed study of the most ancient text exclusively devoted to linguistic issues belonging to that tradition, which is translated here for the first time in a western language, and of its only known Sanskrit commentary.

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History and Transmission of the Nyayamanjari: critical edition of the section on the Sphota. (Beiträge zur Kultur- und Geistesgeschichte Asiens, Band: 91)

History and Transmission of the Nyayamanjari:
  • Graheli, Alessandro
  • Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften/OAW
  • 318p
  • 2016
  • Jayanta Bhaṭṭa, active 850-910. -- Nyāyamañjarī History and transmission of the Nyāyamañjarī : critical edition of the section on the Sphoṭa/ Alessandro Graheli The Nyāyamañjarī was composed in Kashmir, in the ninth century CE, by Bhaṭṭa Jayanta. It is a compendium of theses concerning ontological, epistemological and linguistic issues developed in the classical period of Indian philosophy. Jayanta’s approximate date is confirmed by both internal and external evidences, so the Nyāyamañjarī has become a landmark in the historiography of Indian philosophy.

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A Grammar of the Prakrit Language. tr. by Subhadra Jha

A Grammar of the Prakrit Language.
  • Pischel, Richard
  • Motilal
  • x,653p
  • 2021(1981)
  • Prakrit languages -- Grammar Grammatik der Prakrit-Sprachen tr. from German, Grammatik der Prakrit-Sprachen by Subhadra Jha

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Ideology and Status of Sanskrit: contributions to the history of the Sanskrit language.

Ideology and Status of Sanskrit: contributions to the history of the Sanskrit language.
  • Houben, Jan E.M. (ed.)
  • Motilal
  • xxxi,499p
  • 2012(1996)
  • Sanskrit language -- Philosophy -- Indo-Aryan languages -- Grammar -- History The present volume is the outcome of a seminar on the Ideology and Status of Sanskrit held in Leiden under the auspices of the International Institute for Asian Studies. The book contains studies of crucial periods and important areas in the history of the Sanskrit language, from the earliest, Vedic and pre-Vedic periods, through the period in which the (restricted) use of Sanskrit spread over practically all of South (including part of Central) and Southeast Asia (sometimes referred to as the period of 'Greater India') up to the recent history of Sanskrit in India. This volume are divided into three sections: 1. Origins and creation of the 'Eternal Language'; 2. Transculturation, Vernacularization,; Sanskritization,; 3. The Sanskrit Tradition: Continuity from the Past or Construction from the Present?

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Epic and Argument in Sanskrit Literary History: Essays in honor of Robert P. Goldman. (Manohar Classics)

Epic and Argument in Sanskrit Literary History:
  • Pollock, Sheldon (ed.)
  • Manohar
  • xv,264p
  • 2020(10)
  • Epic poetry, Sanskrit -- Vedic literature -- History and criticism This celebrates the distinguished career of the American Indologist Robert P. Goldman. The essays on Sanskrit literary history, which range from the danastutui in the Rgveda(Romila Thapar) to the transformation of literary theory in ninth-century Kashmir(Sheldon Pollock) to the practice of philology in seventeenth century Varanasi(Chirstopher Minkowski), reflect the wide range of interests of Professor Goldman himself, and the wide influence he has exerted on the field. Eight of the essays(by such leading scholars as Greg Bailey, John Brockington, James Fitzgerald, Luis Gonzalez-Reimann, PHyllis Granoff, Alf Hiltebeitel, Adheesh Sathaye, and Sally Sutherland Goldman), concentrate on the epics and Puranas, and as an ensemble make for essential reading on the genre of Sanskrit literature to which Goldman, as editor-in-chief of the Ramayana Translation Project, has devoted the greater part of his career. The scholarly essays are book ended by the survey of Professor Goldman's scholarly contributions(Deven Patel) and a lively personal reminiscence

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Greater Magadha: studies in the cultures of early India.

Greater Magadha: studies in the cultures of early India.
  • Bronkhorst, Johannes
  • Motilal
  • xix,414p
  • 2013(07)
  • Magadha (Kingdom) -- Civilization -- Hinduism -- History of doctrines Greater Magadha, roughly the eastern part of the Gangetic plain of northern India, has so far been looked upon as deeply indebted to Brahmanical culture. Religions such as Buddhism and Jainism are thought of as derived, in one way or another, from Vedic religion. This belief is defective in various respects. This book argues for the importance and independence of Greater Magadha as a cultural area until a date close to the beginning of the Common Era. In order to correct the incorrect notions, two types of questions are dealt with: questions pertaining to cultural and religious dependencies, and questions relating to chronology. As a result a modified picture arises that also has a bearing on the further development of Indian culture.

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Padarthatattvanirupanam: tikatrayopetam. ed. by Anita Rajpal

Padarthatattvanirupanam: tikatrayopetam.
  • Raghunatha Shiromani
  • Eastern Book Linkers
  • 2 vols.
  • 2020
  • Nyaya -- Vaiśeṣika -- Early works to 1800 Padārthatattvanirūpaṇam : ṭīkātrayopetam On the fundamentals of Nyaya and Vaiśeṣika philosophy with three commentaries In Sanskrit; includes interpretation in Hindi Tārkikaśiromaṇiśrīraghunāthakr̥taṃ ; Śrīraghudevanyāyālaṅkārakr̥tā Padārthakhaṇḍanavyākhyā, Śrīrāmabhadrasārvabhaumaviracitaḥ Padārthatattvavivecanaprakāśaḥ, Śrīviśvanāthanyāyapañcānanaviracitaḥ Padārthatattvālokaḥ ; Ḍô. Anitārājapālena sampāditam = Padārthatattvanirūpaṇam / Dr. Anita Rajpal

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The Saktivada of Gadadhara: theory of expressive of words (with introduction, Sanskrit texts, English translation and notes).

The Saktivada of Gadadhara: theory of expressive of words
  • Bhatta, V.P.
  • Eastern Book Linkers
  • 2 vols.
  • 2017
  • Sanskrit language -- Semantics -- Philosophy The Śaktivāda of Gadādhara : theory of expressive power of words : with introduction, Sanskrit texts English translation and notes Treatise on Sanskrit semantics, presenting the neo-Nyaya point of view in Hindu philosophy The theory of expressive power of words (Saktivada) is the most important work on the signification of word. It deals with word, its signification and its meanings. While word (sabda) is a distinct means of knowledge (Pramana), signification (Vrtti) such as expressive power is a relation between word and its meaning (Pada Padartha Sambandha), also word-meaning (Padartha) is generic property, form and individual (yatyakrti vyaktayah). Gadadhara admits signification two fold as expressive power (Sakti), and indication (laksana). While the Pracyas admitted expressive power to be convention of God, the Navyas admitted the same to be convention of speaker in general. The theory of expressive power of word (Saktivada) is divided into three chapters, viz. the Samanya kanda, the Visesa Kanda and the Parisista Kanda. The Samanya Kanda deals with expressive power in word meaning i.e. in generic property, form and individual (Jaty akrti vyaktayah) in general the Visesa Kanda deals with expressive power in meanings of specific words such as ether (akasa) also, the Parisista Kanda deals with the Navyas position that expressive power of word in individual as qualified by generic property and form. The present volume contains English translation of the Saktivada of Gadadhara with critical notes and erudite introduction.

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Dictionary of Paninian Grammatical Terminology. (Publications of the last Decennium of the B.O.R.I. centenary, no. 1)

Dictionary of Paninian Grammatical Terminology.
  • Roodbergen, J.A.F.
  • Bhandarkar Oriental Research Inst.
  • xiv,481p
  • 2008
  • Pāṇini. -- Aṣṭādhyāyī -- Concordances Dictionary of Pāṇinian grammatical terminology The present work differs in at least four respects from earlier works on Sanskrit grammatical terminology, like those of O. Bohtlingk, Erklarung der grammatischen Elemente in his Panini's Grammatik; L. Renou, Terminologie grammaticale du Sanskrit, Paris 1957; S. M. Katre, Dictionary of Panini, Parts I- III, Poona 1964, and K. V. Abhyankar and J. M. Shukla, A Dictionary of Sanskrit Grammar, Baroda 1977. In the first place, it contains a considerable number of translations of words, expressions and quotations found in the sources mentioned above and elsewhere. Special attention has been paid to terms used in the Vtirttikas in the sections studied. In the second place, the Dictionary contains explanations of grammatical concepts as developed in the two series of words referred to above. In the third place, attention is paid to details of prakriya, In the fourth place, some words of general interest have been included when their precise meaning was found lacking in the standard Sanskrit Dictionaries.

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Samsaracakra: the wheel of rebirth in the Indian tradition. tr. from Germany by A. Wichert

Samsaracakra: the wheel of rebirth in the Indian tradition.
  • Zin, Monika & Dieter Schlingloff
  • Dev Publishers
  • 230p ills.
  • 2022
  • Buddhist mural painting and decoration -- Wheel in art -- India -- Ajanta Caves Saṃsāracakra : the wheel of rebirth in the Indian tradition In Tibetan art, paintings of the Wheel of Rebirths (Samsaracakra) have remained popular to the present day. Divided into five (more often six) sections, the wheel shows the different possible realms of rebirth: in the world of the gods, (of the asuras), the humans, the animals, the hungry ghosts, and the beings residing in various hells. The prototypes of these depictions were devised in India where, however, only one such painting survived, namely on the veranda of Cave XVII in Ajanta. Corresponding with the Samsaracakra paintings, a number of texts preserved in Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese, provide instructions on how to paint this type of wheel. The mural in Ajanta corresponds most closely to a fragmentary Sanskrit manuscript found in Kucha. This manuscript describes not only the wheel of rebirth, but also the wheel’s surroundings: Mara, god of sensuality and death - two of the main factors leading to rebirth - should be depicted there in his fourfold form, as well as representatives of various sciences, such as different branches of medicine. The wheel itself is defined as a ghatiyantra, pot-machine, which scoops water, and is known today as noria or the “Persian wheel.” The present book contains the edition, translation, and commentary of the fragmentary manuscript from Kucha, and a meticulous analysis of the corresponding Ajanta mural.

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Pramanavartika Abhiprayaprakashika Tika, 2nd chapter, Pratyaksapariccheda. Hindi tr. & comm. (Bibliotheca Indo-Tibetica, Ser., 87)

Pramanavartika Abhiprayaprakashika Tika,
  • Tripathi, Ram Shankar (tr. & comm.)
  • Central Inst. of Higher Tibetan Studies
  • xl,244p
  • 2021
  • Pramānavārtika Abhiprāyaprakā,sikā Tīkā, 2nd chapter, Pratyaksapariccheda. Hindi tr. & comm.

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Pratyayapariksa Nama Prathamam Prakaranam (Sanskrit & Tibetan text with Hindi transl.) (Bibliotheca Indo-Tibetica, Ser., 86)

Pratyayapariksa Nama Prathamam Prakaranam
  • Tenzin, Pema (tr. & ed.)
  • Central Inst. of Higher Tibetan Studies
  • xxvi,343p
  • 2021
  • Pratyayaparīkṣa nāma prathamaṃ prakaraṇaṃ : (Sanskrit & Tibetan text with Hindi translation) translated & edited by Prof. Pema Tenzin = Ācāryanāgārjunakr̥taṃ mūlamadyamakaśāstram Ācāryacandrakīrtiviracitayā prasannapadāṭīkayā saṃvalitam Pratyayaprarikshā nāma prathaṃ prakaraṇaṃ : Slob-dpon Klu-sgrub kyis mdzad paʼi rtsa baʼi tshig leʼur byas pa dang Slob-dpon Zla-ba-grags-pas mdzad paʼi deʼi ʼgrel pa tshig gsal ba zhes bya ba bzhugs so : Rab byed dang po, Rkyen brtag pa. 'Pratyayaparīkṣā', chapter one of 'Madhyamakakārikā' text by Nāgārjuna with commentarial work 'Madhyamakāvatāra' text by Candrakīrti

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Vimalakirtinirdeshasutram (Sanskrit & Tibetan version) (Bibliotheca Indo-Tibetica Series, 85)

Vimalakirtinirdeshasutram
  • Gokhale, Pradeep P. (ed.)
  • Central Inst. of Higher Tibetan Studies
  • xli,389p
  • 2021
  • Vimalakīrtinirdeśasūtram : Phags pa dri ma med par grags pas bstan pa zhes bya ba theg pa chen poʼi mdo (Sanskrit & Tibetan version) Study on Bodhisattva Vimalakīrti's text "Ārya Vimalakīrtinirdeśa nāma Mahāyāna Sūtra" on Buddhist philosophy and doctrines

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