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Adhyatmopanisatprakaranam-savrtti commentary by Vijayanemisuri (Sasanasamrat-satabdigranthamala, puspam 6)

Adhyatmopanisatprakaranam-savrtti
  • Yasovijaya (1624-1688)
  • Srijainagranthaprakasanasamitih
  • 15, 79, 21p
  • 2015
  • Jaina philosophy -- Early works to 1800 Adhyātmopaniṣatprakaraṇam-savr̥tti/ praṇetā, Nyāyaviśārada-Nyāyācārya-Mahopādhyāya Śrīyaśovijayagaṇiḥ (Śāsanasamrāt-śatābdīgranthamālā, puṣpam 6) Sanskrit text with commentary on Jaina philosophy

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Astasahasrika Prajnaparamita, with Haribhadra's commentary called Aloka. (Buddhist Sanskrit Texts, No. 4)

Astasahasrika Prajnaparamita,
  • Vaidya, P.L. (ed.)
  • The Mithila Institute
  • xxxviii,579p
  • 1960
  • Tripiṭaka. -- Sūtrapiṭaka. -- Prajñāpāramitā. -- Aṣṭasāhasrikā 「八千頌般若」 In Sanskrit; introd. in English and Hindi

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Buddhist Daily Ritual: the Nitya Puja in Kathmandu valley shrines. (Central Asian Studies)

Buddhist Daily Ritual: the Nitya Puja in Kathmandu valley shrines.
  • Sharkey, Gregory
  • Orchid Press
  • xvi,360p photos.
  • 2001
  • Buddhism -- Nepal -- Kathmandu -- Rituals A comprehensive look at devotional rituals in Newar Buddhist vihāras, this book is a major contribution to Newar studies and the broader ethnography of Nepal and the Himalayan region.

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Theravada Buddhism: the view of the elders. (Dimensions of Asian Spirituality)

Theravada Buddhism: the view of the elders.
  • Asanga Tilakaratne
  • of Hawaii Press
  • xxvii,186p pap.
  • 2012
  • Theravāda Buddhism This book brings to life the age-old religious tradition of Theravada (literally, “view of the elders”) Buddhism as it is found in ancient texts and understood and practiced today in South and Southeast Asia. Following a brief introduction to the life of the historical Buddha and the beginning of his mission, the book examines the Triple Gem (the Buddha, his teachings, and the community of monastic followers) and the basic teachings of the Buddha in the earliest available Pali sources.

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The Dhammapada, Part 1: Pali text, Part 2: English translation

The Dhammapada, Part 1: Pali text, Part 2: English translation
  • Banerjee, Nikunja Vihari
  • Munshiram
  • ix,165p
  • 2000(1989)
  • Buddhism -- Buddhist canonical work -- Early works to 1800 text in Pali (Pali in Devanagari and Roman characters), with a translation and critical remarks in English

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An Indian Theory of Defeasible Reasoning: the doctrine of Upadhi in the Upadhidarpana. (Harvard Oriental Series, 97)

An Indian Theory of Defeasible Reasoning: the doctrine of Upadhi in the Upadhidarpana.
  • Guhe, Eberhard
  • Harvard U.P.
  • x,304p
  • 2022
  • Upādhidarpaṇa -- Navya Nyāya -- Logic -- India -- Early works to 1800 An Indian theory of defeasible reasoning the doctrine of upādhi in the Upādhidarpaṇa/ Eberhard Guhe The anonymous pre-Gaṅgeśa Navya-Nyāya treatise Upādhidarpaṇa (UD) deals exclusively with the so-called upādhi, a key concept in the Navya-Nyāya theory of inference. The present volume contains the first published edition and translation of the only extant manuscript of the UD. Numerous notes have been added to the translation in order to elucidate the contents and to give a clue to the historical context, as regards authors, works, and philosophical doctrines that are referenced in the UD. Moreover, an extensive introductory chapter provides new insights into relations between the Navya-Nyāya doctrine of upādhi and modern logical theories such as John L. Pollock’s theory of defeasible reasoning and property theories, especially property adaptations of well-founded and non-well-founded set theories. A very intriguing aspect of the UD is the author’s attempt to define all candidate upādhis by means of a “general defining characteristic” (sāmānyalakṣaṇa) which is a property of itself. He advocates a non-well-founded property concept and distances himself from what is communis opinio in Nyāya, viz. that self-dependence (ātmāśraya) is a kind of absurdity. No such discussion concerning the problem of foundation in the Navya-Nyāya logic of property and location is to be found in the later Upādhivāda of Gaṅgeśa’s Tattavacintāmaṇi.

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The Khotanese Sudhanavadana, Commentary. (Beiträge zur Indologie, 48,2)

The Khotanese Sudhanavadana, Commentary.
  • De Chiara, Matteo
  • Harrassowitz
  • vii,228p
  • 2014
  • Avadāna -- Sudhanāvadāna -- Khotanese The Khotanese Sudhanāvadāna, Commentary/ Matteo De Chiara The Sudhanavadana is a 10th-century poem written in Khotanese, a Middle Iranian Language spoken in Central Asia and used to compile Buddhist works. The agreeable tale relates a previous life of Buddha: that of prince Sudhana and his wife, the fairy princess Manohara. At the core of the work is Sudhana’s journey in search of his lost consort. The poem is preserved in three virtually complete manuscripts and seven fragments all found in Dunhuang. The manuscripts and fragments must originate in a single source, but what remains are two distinct recensions: indeed, it may be assumed that, in order to conform to the needs of different audiences, the story was modified in the course of time to obtain two recensions that still run in parallel but are independent from each other, either one being complete in itself. This volume marks the completion of the author’s study of Sudhanavadana. It contains the philological commentary on the text and an etymological glossary.

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Jadamba: eight Mongolian translations of the Astasahasrika Prajnaparamita sutra. (Asiatische Forschungen, 158)

Jadamba: eight Mongolian translations of the Astasahasrika Prajnaparamita sutra.
  • Yampolskaya, Natalia
  • Harrassowitz
  • xv,284p
  • 2018
  • Buddhism -- Mongolia -- Prajñāpāramitā -- Aṣṭasāhasrik -- Criticism Jadamba: Eight Mongolian Translations of the Aṣṭasāhasrikā Prajñāpāramitā sūtra/ Yampolskaya, Natalia Jadamba is the name under which the Aṣṭasāhasrikā Prajñāpāramitā sūtra (the "Perfection of Wisdom in Eight Thousand Lines") is widely known in Mongolia. One of the earliest texts of Mahayana Buddhism dating back to the 1st century CE. The sūtra was translated into Tibetan in the 9th century, and in the course of the 17th century multiple Mongolian translations from Tibetan appeared. The present publication by Natalia Yampolskaya introduces eight Mongolian translations of the Aṣṭasāhasrikā as part of the literary process of the 17th century – a period of great significance for Mongolian literary culture.

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The Lion's Roar of Queen Srimala: a Buddhist scripture on the Tathagatagarbha theory. (Buddhist Tradition Series, X)

The Lion's Roar of Queen Srimala: a Buddhist scripture on the Tathagatagarbha theory.
  • Wayman, Alex & Hideko Wayman (tr.)
  • Motilal
  • xvii,142p
  • 2007(1974)
  • Tathāgatagarbha (Buddhism) -- Mahayana Buddhism -- Doctrines The Lion's roar of Queen Śrimālā : a Buddhist scripture on the Tathāgatagarbha theory/ translated with introduction and notes by Alex Wayman and Hideko Wayman Introduction (55p.)+ A Mahāyāna scripture, translated from the Tibetan, Chinese, and Japanese, renditions, and Sanskrit fragment (142p.)

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The Buddha Nature: a study of the Tathagatagarba and Alayavijnana. (Buddhist Tradition Series, v. 11)

The Buddha Nature: a study of the Tathagatagarba and Alayavijnana.
  • Brown, Brian Edward
  • Motilal
  • xxxviii,316p
  • 2010(1991)
  • Tathāgatagarbha (Buddhism) -- Ālayavijñāna -- Mahayana Buddhism -- Doctrines The Buddha nature : a study of the Tathāgatagarbha and ālayavijñāna / Brian Edward Brown Thematic interpretative study of the textual sources of the basic tenets of Mahayana Buddhism.

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From Dasarajna to Kuruksetra: making of a historical tradition.

From Dasarajna to Kuruksetra: making of a historical tradition.
  • Sinha, Kanad
  • Oxford U.P.
  • xxv,548p
  • 2021
  • A conclusive study on the historicity of the Mahabharata From Dāśarājña to Kuruksetra: Making of a Historical Tradition/ Dr Kanad Sinha Is it true that the ancient Indians had no sense of History? The book begins with this question, and points out how the ways of perceiving the past could be culture-specific and how the concept of historical traditions can be useful in studying the various ways of memorising and representing the past, even if those ways do not necessarily correspond to the methodology of the Occidental discipline called 'History'. Ancient India had several historical traditions, and the book focuses on one of them, the itihasa. It also shows how the Mahabharata is the best illustration of this tradition, and how a historical study of the contents of the text, with comparison with and corroboration from other contemporary sources and traditions, may help us restore the text in its original context in the bardic historical tradition about the Later Vedic Kurus. Is the Mahabharata then an authentic history? This book does not claim so. However, it shows how the text had originated as a critical reflection on a great period of transition, how it dealt with the conflicting philosophies of the transitional period, how it propounded its thesis by creating new kinds of heroes such as Yudhisthira and Krsna, and how the text was reworked when it was canonized by the brahmanas.

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The 'Early Medieval' Origins of India.

The 'Early Medieval' Origins of India.
  • Devadevan, Manu V.
  • Cambridge U.P.
  • xi,516p
  • 2020
  • India -- Civilization -- History -- To 1200 India is generally regarded as a civilization with a set of intrinsic attributes that emerged in the age of the Vedas or, better still, in the Harappan times. In recent decades, historical studies have moved away from rigid perspectives of singularity in origin and expansion; the emphasis now is on pluralities and long-term processes spanning centuries and millennia. There is also an influential school of thought which rejects antiquity claims such as these and holds that India is a construct of the colonial and nationalist imagination. In his radical reinterpretation of India's past, Manu V. Devadevan moves away from these reifying assessments to examine the evolution of institutions, ideas and identities that are characterized, typically, as Indian. In lieu of endorsing their Indianness, he traces their emergence to specific conditions that developed in India between 600 and 1200 CE, a period which historians now call the 'early medieval'.

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Kasika (a commentary of Panini's grammar) of Vaman & Jayaditya with Nyasa or Kasika-Vivaranapanjika of Jinendrabuddhi and Padamanjari of Haradatta Misra with Bhavabodhini... ed. by J.S.L. Tripathi & S. Malaviya

Kasika (a commentary of Panini's grammar) of Vaman & Jayaditya
  • Vamana
  • Tara Book Agency
  • 9 vols. 古書
  • 1986-94
  • Pāṇini -- Aṣṭādhyāyī -- Sanskrit -- Grammar Kāśika : (a commentary on Pāṇini's grammar) of Jayāditya & Vāmana. With Nyāsa or Vivaraṇapañcikā of Jinendrabuddhi. And "Padamañjarī" of Haradatta Miśra. With Bhāvabodhini, Hindi exposition by Jaya Shankar Lal Tripathi Classical commentary, with supercommentary, on Aṣṭādhyāyī of Pāṇini, work on Sanskrit grammar

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Advaitasiddhi of Madhusudanasarasvati with the commentaries. ed. by Ananta Krishna Sastri (Parimal Sanskrit Series 7)

Advaitasiddhi of Madhusudanasarasvati with the commentaries.
  • Madhusudanasarasvati
  • Parimal Publications
  • 19, 904, 46p 古書
  • 1988
  • Dvaita (Vedanta) -- Advaita Advaitasiddhi of Madhusūdanasarasvatī with the commentaries Gaudabrahmānandī, Vitthaleśopādhyāyī, Siddhivyākhyā of Balabhadra ; and critical summary called Caturgranthi by Ananta Krishna Śastrī Polemicial treatises, with commentaries against Nyāyamṛta of Vajāsatīrtha, 16th century Dvaita treatise, defending Advaita.

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Ayurveda Encyclopedia.

Ayurveda Encyclopedia.
  • Narayana, Ala (comp.)
  • National Institute of Indian Medical Heritage
  • 3 vols.
  • 2013
  • Medicine, Ayurvedic -- Encyclopedias Ayurvedic system of medicine is one of the world's oldest medical systems, originated in India and has evolved over thousands of years, serving the humanity since times immemorial. Ayurvedic literature is vast and containing details pertaining to all the branches of medicine. Ayurveda Encyclopedia is wide-ranging compilation of terminology related to Ayurveda with Anta (end alphabet of a word), Linga (gender of the word), Nispatti (dhatu derivation), Vyutpatti (etymological derivation), Nirukti (etymological interpretation), Paribhasa (definition), and Vyakhya (explanation) along with accurate references, followed by Hindi, English translation, Synonyms, literal and applied meanings. Includes mixed texts in Sanskrit, English, and Hindi

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The Word is Sacred, Sacred is the Word: the Indian manuscript tradition.

The Word is Sacred, Sacred is the Word: the Indian manuscript tradition.
  • Goswamy, B.N.
  • Niyogi/ National Mission for Manuscript
  • 203p photos. ills.
  • 2007
  • Manuscripts, Indic -- Illumination of books and manuscripts -- History This book sets out to demonstrate the wealth and diversity of India’s manuscript traditions and to communicate a lasting impression of India as a multifarious and multicultural society that holds knowledge and knowledge systems in high regard. Some one hundred precious manuscripts, books, and related documents introduced in this book span a timescale of almost two millennia of Indian cultural history. Catalogue of an exhibition held at Frankfurt from February 7 to March 7, 2007

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The Navya-Nyaya Logic (with special reference to Raghunatha and Mathuranatha).

The Navya-Nyaya Logic
  • Gaur, Vibha
  • Bharatiya Vidya Prakashan
  • xiv,120p
  • 1990
  • Abhāva -- Nyaya -- Raghunātha Śiromaṇi The Navya-nyāya logic : with special reference to Raghunātha and Mathurānātha/ Vibha Gaur

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Navya-Nyaya Theory of Verbal Cognition: critical study of Gadadhara's Vyutpattivada (with introduction, English translation and explanatory notes).

Navya-Nyaya Theory of Verbal Cognition: critical study of Gadadhara's Vyutpattivada
  • Bhatta, V.P.
  • Eastern Book Linkers
  • 2 vols. 古書
  • 2001
  • Sanskrit language -- Semantics -- Nyaya Navya-Nyāya theory of verbal cognition : critical study of Gadādhara's Vyutpattivāda/ V.P. Bhatta Study with text of Vyutpattivāda of Gadhādharabhaṭṭācārya, 17th/18th cent., work on verbal testimony (śabdapramāṇa), presenting semantic approaches to Sanskrit case and suffix; includes text with translation. translation of Vyutpattivāda Vol. 1: (with introduction, English translation and explanatory notes). Vol. 2: (with introduction, Sanskrit text, English translation and explanatory notes)

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Materials for the Study of Navya-nyaya logic. (Harvard Oriental Series, 40)

Materials for the Study of Navya-nyaya logic.
  • Ingalls, Daniel H.H.
  • Motilal
  • 182p 古書
  • 1988(51)
  • Navya Nyāya -- Nyaya -- Logic -- India Materials for the study of Navya-nyāya logic / Daniel Henry Holmes Ingalls

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Anubandhas of Panini. (Publications of the Centre of Advanced Study in Sanskrit., Class B, 2)

Anubandhas of Panini.
  • Devasthali, G.V.
  • U. of Poona
  • xii,224p
  • 1967
  • Small/>Panini -- Sanskrit grammar -- Veda The Anubandhas of Pānini/ Govinda Vināyaka Devasthalı̄

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The Paribhasendusekhara of Nagojibhatta. I. Text. ed. by K.V. Abhyankar, II. Translation & notes. ed. & explained by F. Kielhorn

The Paribhasendusekhara of Nagojibhatta.
  • Nagojibhatta
  • Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute
  • 2 vols.
  • 2001-09(1960-62)
  • Sanskrit language -- Grammar The Paribhasendusekhara of Nāgojībhatta : edited critically with the commentary Tattvādarśa of MM. Vasudev Shastri Abhyankar Part i. [Text with commentary] -- part ii. Translation and notes / edited and explained by F. Kielhorn

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Stuti and Stava: (Bauddha, ,Saiva and Vaisnava) of Balinse Brahman priests. (Akademie van Wetenschappen, AFD, Letterkund, Verhandelingen, nieuwe reeks, 76)

Stuti and Stava: (Bauddha, ,Saiva and Vaisnava) of Balinse Brahman priests.
  • Goudriaan, T. & C. Hooykaas
  • North-Holland
  • 608p photos.
  • 1971
  • Hymns, Sanskrit -- Bali Island (Indonesia) -- Religion The Balinese brahman priests, two dozen of them Bauddha, some two hundred of them Saiva, are in the habit of singing, muttering or reproducing to the memory a not inconsiderable number of songs in honour of the Gods, for the greater part when the essential ritual aim has been achived. Sylvain Levi in his "Sanskrit Texts from Bali" (GOS LXVII, Baroda 1933) produced some fifty of them after a sgort stay in Bali in 1928. Going tghrough a considerable number of Mss resulted in the more than three hundred collected in this book. Includes texts of hymns in Sanskrit with English translation

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Monumenta Linguae Mongolicae Collecta, I-II/1-2: Monuments Preclassiques 1: XIIIe et XIVe siecles, III/1-2: Monuments en Ecriture 'Phags-Pa, Piece de chancellerie en transcription Chinoise, IV/1-2: Tresor des Sentences, Subhasitaratnanidhi de Sa-skya Pa

Monumenta Linguae Mongolicae Collecta, I-II/1-2: Monuments Preclassiques 1: XIIIe et XIVe siecles, III/1-2: Monuments en Ecriture 'Phags-Pa, Piece de chancellerie en transcription Chinoise, IV/1-2:  Tresor des Sentences, Subhasitaratnanidhi de Sa-skya Pa
  • Ligeti, Louis
  • Akademiai Kiado
  • 7 vols. 古書
  • 1970-73
  • Mongolian language -- Buddhist literature -- Proverbs Monumenta Linguae Mongolicae Collecta, I-II/1-2: Monuments Preclassiques 1: XIIIe et XIVe siecles, III/1-2: Monuments en Ecriture 'Phags-Pa, Piece de chancellerie en transcription Chinoise, IV/1-2: Tresor des Sentences, Subhasitaratnanidhi de Sa-skya Pandita, traduction de Sonom Gara

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Connected History: essays and arguments. (Verso World History Series)

Connected History: essays and arguments.
  • Subrahmanyam, Sanjay
  • Verso
  • xiv,288p pap.
  • 2021
  • Indic Mythology -- History and criticism -- Historiography -- English fiction Sanjay Subrahmanyam is becoming well known for the same sort of reasons that attach to Fernand Braudel and Carlo Ginzburg, as the proponent of a new kind of history - in his case, not longue duree or micro-history, but 'connected history': connected cross-culturally, and spanning regions, subjects and archives that are conventionally treated alone. Not a research paradigm, he insists, it is more of an oppositionswissenschaft, a way of trying to constantly break the moulds of historical objects. The essays collected here, some quite polemical - as in the lead text on the notion of India-as-civilization, or another, assessing such a literary totem as V. S. Naipaul - illustrate the breadth of Subrahmanyam's concerns, as well as the quality of his writing. Connected History considers what, exactly, is an empire, the rise of 'the West' (less of a place than an idea or ideology, he insists), Churchill and the Great Man theory of history, the reception of world literature and the itinerary of subaltern studies, in addition to personal recollections of life and work in Delhi, Paris and Lisbon, and concluding remarks on the practice of early-modern history and the framing of historical enquiry.

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Islamic Player across the Indian Ocean: inside and outside the Mosque. (Routledge Indian Ocean Series)

Islamic Player across the Indian Ocean: inside and outside the Mosque.
  • Parkin, David & Stephen Headley (ed.)
  • Routledge
  • xi+256p. pap.
  • 2017(00)
  • Islam -- Prayers and devotions -- Islam -- Indian Ocean Region -- Relations This collection of articles is concerned with an analysis of how Islamic prayer is conceptualised across different localities within the Islamic world. Namely, the region along the Indian Ocean litoral encompassing locations extending from Eastern Africa, through the Indian Ocean islands to Indonesia.

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India's Interaction with China, Central and West Asia. (History of Science, Philosophy amd Culture in Indian Civilization, V. III, Part 2)

India's Interaction with China, Central and West Asia.
  • Rahman, A. (ed.)
  • PHISPC/ Oxford UP.
  • xxx,533p ills.
  • 2002
  • India -- Relations -- China -- Central Asia -- Middle East -- History [History of science, philosophy and culture in Indian civilisation ., Vol. III, Development of philosophy, science and technology in India and neighbouring civilizations ; 2] 23 essays Section 1: Peoples, migrations and cultural parallelisms/exchanges, 2: Science and medicine, 3: Technologies, 4: Textiles and costumes, 5: Music

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Ancient Indian Historiography: sources and interpretations. (Reconstructing Indian History & Culture, 25)

Ancient Indian Historiography: sources and interpretations.
  • Singh, G.P.
  • D.K. Printworld
  • xiv,194p
  • 2017(03)
  • India -- History -- Historiography -- the Vedic times to the 12th century The book deals with the tradition of historiography from the Vedic times to the 12th century ad through a study of Vedic, Epic and Puranic traditions, Buddhist and Jain historiography, ancient dramas and writings of South India. Focusing on biographies, chronicles and vamsavalis, it discusses the social, political and economic conditions in different periods as highlighted by them.

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Maritime Heritage of Indian Ocean.

Maritime Heritage of Indian Ocean.
  • Tripathi, Alok (ed.)
  • Organising Committee, International Seminar on Marine Archaeology
  • xi,352p maps, ills. photos.
  • 2013
  • Underwater archaeology -- Navigation -- Indian Ocean -- Congresses Maritime Heritage of Indian Ocean contains selected researches related to marine archaeology in general and maritime heritage of Indian Ocean in particular. Papers contributed by renowned archaeologists and maritime historians provide valuable information about a variety of topics such as maritime trade, underwater excavations, shipwrecks, traditional shipwrecks and navigation technology, ancient ceramics, conservation of underwater finds, historic harbours, scientific advances in the field of underwater archaeology, and protection of underwater cultural heritage.

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Pearls, People, and Power: pearling and Indian Ocean worlds. (Indian Ocean Studies Series)

Pearls, People, and Power: pearling and Indian Ocean worlds.
  • Machado, P., S. Mullins & J. Christensen (ed.)
  • Ohio U.P.
  • x,426p maps
  • 2019
  • Pearl industry and trade -- Indian Ocean Region -- History Pearls, People, and Power will become a benchmark edited collection in world commodity history. It covers a large chronological and geographical swath of the pearl trade from the moment the pearls are first extracted by human hands, to when they are used, worn, or worked in a variety of forms. It's an ambitious attempt to take the entirety of the production and consumption of pearls into view in very different but often connected or comparable case studies." -- Kerry Ward, author of Networks of Empire: Forced Migration in the Dutch East India Company "This significant contribution to Indian Ocean history offers a unique intersection of environmental history and marine commodity extraction, bringing together a wealth of research about how this precious marine commodity was produced and traded across multiple sites across the vast Indian Ocean

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Ganjineh-ye Baharestan, Tarikh 4: tarikh-e shebh-e qarreh-ye hend.

Ganjineh-ye Baharestan, Tarikh 4: tarikh-e shebh-e qarreh-ye hend.
  • Tavassoli, Mohd. Mahdi (ed.)
  • Ketabkhaneh, Muze va Markaz-e Asna-e Majles-e Shura-ye Eslami
  • 750p
  • 2017
  • India -- History -- 1000-1526 گنجینه بهارستان (تاریخ 4 - تاریخ شبه قاره هند) Ganjīnah-i Bahāristān 19 tārīkh 4- tārīkh-i shibh-i qārrah-i Hind = A collection of 3 treatises on history and geography of Indian subcontinent Duktur Muḥammad Mahdī Tavassulī ; dabīr-i majmūʻah-i Ganjīnah-i Bahāristān, Bahrūz Īmanī ; naẓārat va tawlīd, Markaz-i Pizhūhish-i Kitābkhānah-ʼi Majlis-i Shūrā-yi Islāmī [History - vol. 4: A collection of 6 treatises on history and geography of Indian Subcontinent ]

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Graeco-Bactrian and Indian coins from Afghanistan. tr. by O. Bopearachchi (French studies in South Asian culture and society, 5)

Graeco-Bactrian and Indian coins from Afghanistan.
  • Guillaume, Olivier (ed. & comp.)
  • Oxford U.P.
  • xii,199p+xiv plates 古書
  • 1991
  • Coins, Greek -- Afghanistan -- Ay Khānom -- Antiquities A collection of papers on Graeco-Bactrian, Indo-Greek and punch-marked coins found in Afghanistan. It includes discoveries in Ai Khanoum, the Graeco-Bactrian site excavated by the French Archaeological Mission in Afghanistan between 1965 and 1978. ed. and compiled by Olivier Guillaume ; transl. from the French by Osmund Bopearachchi

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Kusanas in India and Central Asia.

Kusanas in India and Central Asia.
  • Puri, Baij Nath
  • Munshiram
  • xi,397p
  • 2014
  • India -- Central Asia -- History -- 324 B.C.-1000 A.D. Kuṣāṇas in India and Central Asia/ Baij Nath Puri The present study covers the political and cultural history of India and Central Asia between the first and fifth centuries AD. The earlier work entitled India under the Kusanas (1965) was, of course, a specialized study, but restricted in time and space. During the last thirty years, additional information has been made available and several conferences and seminars relating to the Kusanas have been organized. The UNESCO project, History of Civilizations of Central Asia, has highlighted the importance of Kusana studies.

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Studies in the Geography of Ancient and Medieval India.

Studies in the Geography of Ancient and Medieval India.
  • Sircar, Dines Chandra
  • Motilal
  • viii,304p 古書
  • 1960
  • I. Chakravarti-ksetra, II. Puranic List of Peoples, III. Puranic List of Rivers, IV. Account of Fifty-six Countries, V. Gauda, VI. Bengal, VII. Orissa, VIII. Dasarna, Asmaka and Kuntala, IX. Gurjara and Kusa-dvipa, X. Saknat-Sankat-Sanknat, XI. Ganga, XII. Vahlika and Vahika, XIII. Malaya and Mahisa, XIV. Krmila, XV. Caurasi, XVI. Gonarda, XVII. Kokamukha, XVIII. Gaya, XIX. Udabhanda, XX. Dacca, XXI. Kalapriya and Brahma,sila, XXII. Cartography

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The Harappan Civilization and Its Writing: a model for the decipherment of the Indus script.

The Harappan Civilization and Its Writing: a model for the decipherment of the Indus script.
  • Fairservis, Walter A.
  • Oxford & IBN Publishing Co.
  • viii,239p
  • 1992
  • Indus script -- Indus civilization A description of a methodology by which to decipher the writing of the Harappan civilization. The methodology is then applied and the results set forth in detail. There, results coupled with the author's extensive archaeological knowledge of the Indus Civilization creates a picture of ancient South Asian life much of which in content is unique.

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From Democratic Socialism to Neo-Liberalism : the story of India's democracy.

From Democratic Socialism to Neo-Liberalism : the story of India's democracy.
  • Pinto, Ambrose
  • Indian Institute of Advanced Study
  • 279p
  • 2014
  • Democracy -- Socialism -- India This book attempts to probe into the impact of the shift of Indian democracy from a democracy premised on socialism and state sovereignty to market economy and subordination. It interrogates the shift in democracy, the dichotomy between democracy and market economy and on the impacts of the markets on Indian democracy. Introduction A vision for Democratic India Our Major Achievements and Failures From Democratic Socialism to Liberal DEemocracy From Liberal Democracy to Neo-Liberalism Towards an Alternate Vision Epilogue: Re-discovering Democratic Socialism Bibliography

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The Emperor Who Never Was: Dara Shukoh in Mughal India.

The Emperor Who Never Was: Dara Shukoh in Mughal India.
  • Gandhi, Supriya
  • Harvard U.P.
  • vii,338p ills.
  • 2020
  • Dara Shikuh, Prince, son of Shahjahan -- Biography -- India -- History -- 1526-1767 Dara Shukoh (1615-1659) was the eldest son of Shah Jahan, the fifth Mughal emperor. Dara, a Sufi who studied Hindu thought, was the presumed heir to the throne, but he was executed by Aurangzeb, his younger brother, who imposed a strict form of Islam. Aurangzeb jailed their father and became the sixth and last great Mughal. This biography investigates the life and intellectual project of Dara Shukoh. It balances an analysis of the prince's writings with the complex cultural, social and political context of his times.

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India in the Persianate Age 1000-1765.

India in the Persianate Age 1000-1765.
  • Eaton, R. M.
  • Allen Lane (Penguin Books)
  • 489p.
  • 2019
  • Mogul Empire -- India -- History -- 1000-1765 Protected by vast mountains and seas, the Indian subcontinent might seem a nearly complete and self-contained world with its own religions, philosophies, and social systems. And yet this ancient land and its varied societies experienced prolonged and intense interaction with the peoples and cultures of East and Southeast Asia, Europe, Africa, and especially Central Asia and the Iranian plateau. Richard M. Eaton tells this extraordinary story with relish and originality, as he traces the rise of Persianate culture, a many-faceted transregional world connected by ever-widening networks across much of Asia. Introduced to India in the eleventh century by dynasties based in eastern Afghanistan, this culture would become progressively indigenized in the time of the great Mughals (sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries). Eaton brilliantly elaborates the complex encounter between India's Sanskrit culture--an equally rich and transregional complex that continued to flourish and grow throughout this period--and Persian culture, which helped shape the Delhi Sultanate, the Mughal Empire, and a host of regional states. This long-term process of cultural interaction is profoundly reflected in the languages, literatures, cuisines, attires, religions, styles of rulership and warfare, science, art, music, and architecture--and more--of South Asia.

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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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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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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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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 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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