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Yuktidipika: the most important commentary on the Samkhyakarika of Isvarakrsna, critical edited, with an introduction and a philosophical introduction. (MLBD Classical Systems of Indian Philosophy, I)

Yuktidipika: the most important commentary on the Samkhyakarika of Isvarakrsna,
  • Sharma, Ramesh
  • Motilal
  • clxxiv,400p
  • 2018
  • Sankhya -- Īśvarakr̥ṣṇa. -- Sāṅkhyakārikā -- Early works to 1800 Yuktidīpikā the most important commentary on the Sāṃkhyakārikā of Īśvarakṛṣṇa : critically edited, with an introduction and a philosophical introduction = Yuktidīpikā$d̄śvarakṛṣṇakṛta Sāṅkhyakārikā para mahattvapūrṇa ṭīkā, ālocanātmaka saṃskaraṇa : bhūmikā evaṃ dārśanika bhūmikā sahita In Sanskrit (400 p.), with preface, introduction etc. in English (clxxiv p.)

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Samkhya Darsana: text with commentaries: Samkhya-Pravachana Sutram with the Vrtti of Aniruddha and the Bhasya of Vijnanabhiksu and extracts from Vittesara of Mahadeva Vedantin, Tattva Samasa, Samkhyakarika, Panchsikhasutram and translated & Sankskrit text of Samkhya Pravachana Bhasya.

Samkhya Darsana: text with commentaries:
  • Singh, Kiran
  • New Bharatiya Book
  • 2 vols.
  • 2015
  • Samkhya -- Indian philosophy Sāmkhya Darśana : text with commentries : Sāmkhya-pravachana Sūtram with the Vrtti of Aniruddha and the Bhāsya of Vijnānabhiksu and extracts from the Vittesāra of Mahādeva Vedāntin, Tattva Samāsa, Sāmkhyakarika, Panchsikhāsūtram and tranlated & Sanskrit text of Sāmkhya Pravachana Bhāsya

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Hindu and Buddhist Ideas in Dialogue: self and no-self. (Dialogues in South Asian Traditions: Religion, philosophy, literature and history)

Hindu and Buddhist Ideas in Dialogue: self and no-self.
  • Kuznetsova, I., J. Ganeri & C. Ram-Prasad (ed.)
  • Ashgate
  • viii,255p
  • 2012
  • Hindu philosophy -- Buddhist philosophy -- Ātman The debates between various Buddhist and Hindu philosophical systems about the existence, definition and nature of self, occupy a central place in the history of Indian philosophy and religion.

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Le Paon dans les Religions, de l'Asie a la Medieterranee: Sacralise, Diabolise.

Le Paon dans les Religions, de l'Asie a la Medieterranee: Sacralise, Diabolise.
  • Tortel, Christiane
  • Geuthner
  • 494p ills. photos.
  • 2019
  • Peafowl -- Religious aspects -- Symbolic aspects -- Mythology -- Peafowl in art -- Hinduism -- Buddhism -- Asia -- Middle East Le paon dans les religions : de l'Asie à la Méditerranée : sacralisé, diabolisé/ Christiane Tortel À cause de sa beauté bien sur, mais aussi parce qu'il déploie sa queue ocellée d'Est en Ouest, s'habille de neuf au printemps, annonce la pluie par ses cris et resiste au venin des serpents qu'il tue, le paon a ete porte au plus haut de l'echelle des symboles dans les religions de l'Asie à la Mediterranée. Gardien des Portes de l'Au-dela en Chine archaique, Monture du dieu de la guerre en Inde, Avatar du Bouddha Gautama dans les contes didactiques, Substitut du Dionysos Sauveur dans les cultes a Mysteres apres les conquetes d'Alexandre, l'oiseau conserve intacte sa valeur d'eclaireur sur les Voies du Salut jusqu’en christianisme byzantin et post-byzantin dans les terres de culture greco-romaine. Mais tout a coup en Occident medieval, juge trop fier de sa beaute, il tombe de toute sa hauteur et devient une incarnation du Diable. Le processus de diabolisation s'avère d’autant plus enigmatique dans ses causes que les clercs lui font endosser certains – et seulement certains – des vices qui n'appartiennent qu'a l'homme, dont des pratiques sexuelles qui le rendent encore plus monstrueux. La question que pose cette incroyable campagne de destruction est donc une question de représentation, mais de representation de qui ? L'identification par les Textes du personnage le plus execre en cette periode troublee par l'expansion de l'islam permettra-t-elle de neutraliser le reflexe de repulsion eprouve envers le plus beau des oiseaux depuis des siecles, et cela meme à la seule vue de ses plumes ?

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Representations of the Parinirvana Story Cycle in Kucha. (Leipzig Kucha Studies, 2/ Buddhist Murals of Kucha)

Representations of the Parinirvana Story Cycle in Kucha.
  • Zin, Monika
  • Dev Publishers
  • xxii,420p ills. 87 color figs.
  • 2020
  • Buddhist mural painting and decoration -- China -- Kucha (Kingdom) クチャ(庫車)の仏教壁画研究シリーズ The book is a comprehensive study concerning the narrative paintings in Kucha on the Northern Silk Road featuring episodes surrounding the Buddha's death. The murals, dating from approximately the 5th to the 10th century, represent entire cycles of pictures which illustrate the events starting three months before the parinirvana and ending with the first council. All together, 39 occurrence from the parinirvana cycle have been represented in Kucha. Relying on literary sources and comparative pictorial material, the book provides descriptions and analysis of the paintings, including both those in situ in the caves and the paintings which were removed from the walls and are presently located in the Museum fur Indische Kunst in Berlin and in other collections around the world.

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Essays and Studies in the Art of Kucha. (Leipzig Kucha Studies, 1/ Buddhist Murals of Kucha)

Essays and Studies in the Art of Kucha.
  • Konczak-Nagel, Ines & Monika Zin
  • Dev Publishers
  • ix,238p ills. 66 figs
  • 2020
  • Buddhist mural painting and decoration -- China -- Kucha (Kingdom) クチャ(庫車)の仏教壁画研究シリーズ The series Leipzig Kucha Studies, in which seventeen volumes are planned, aims at publishing the results of the long-term research project (2016-2030) Buddhist Murals of Kucha on the Northern Silk Road. The first study by Ines Konczak-Nagel, “Painted Buddhist Cosmology: The Pictorial Programme of Central Pillar Caves in Kizil”, demonstrates how Buddhist cosmology, always seen in connection with the Buddhist path of salvation, is represented in the selection of topics and the arrangement of paintings on the cave walls. The second study by the same author, “Representations of Architecture and Architectural Elements in the Wall Paintings of Kucha”, is part of an ongoing extensive analysis of the material culture depicted in the paintings. The architecture represented provides insights into the local Tocharian architecture of Kucha, which has since disappeared. The study of Monika Zin, “The Monk Kāśyapa in Kucha, the First Council, and the Furtherance of Buddhist Teaching” examines the inclusion of multi-scenic representations of the first council at Rājagṛha into the sequence of paintings illustrating the events connected with Buddha’s death. There is good reason to believe that the monk Mahākāśyapa who according to legend convoked the council was wor­shipped in Kucha as a saintly guardian watching over the perpetuation of the Buddhist teachings.

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Ashoka in Ancient India.

Ashoka in Ancient India.
  • Lahiri, Nayanjot
  • Harvard U.P.
  • xix,385p
  • 2015
  • Aśoka,King of Magadha, active 259 B.C. -- India -- Kings and rulers -- Biography -- History In the third century BCE, Ashoka ruled an empire encompassing much of modern-day India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Bangladesh. During his reign, Buddhism proliferated across the South Asian subcontinent, and future generations of Asians came to see him as the ideal Buddhist king. Disentangling the threads of Ashoka's life from the knot of legend that surrounds it, Nayanjot Lahiri presents a vivid biography of this extraordinary Indian emperor and deepens our understanding of a legacy that extends beyond the bounds of his lifetime and dominion.

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Sabdartharatna of Taranatha Tarkavacaspati: a critical study with English translation.

Sabdartharatna of Taranatha Tarkavacaspati:
  • Parecattil, Jojo
  • Pratibha Prakashan
  • xxvii,489p
  • 2013
  • Bhaṭṭācārya, Tārānātha Tarkavācaspati, 1812-1885. -- Śabdārtharatna -- Sanskrit language -- Dictionaries -- Word formation Śabdārtharatna of Tārānātha Tarkavācaspati : a critical study with English translation Includes text of Sabdartharatna in Sanskrit with English translation

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Yoga in the Three Indian Philosophical Schools and Integral Yoga.

Yoga in the Three Indian Philosophical Schools and Integral Yoga.
  • Bhate, Niranjana
  • Munshiram
  • xx,259p
  • 2020
  • Yoga -- Veda -- Upanisads -- Jainism -- Buddhism 1. Yoga in the Vedas and the Upanisads, 2. Yoga in the Buddhism (pt. 1: Hīnayāna), 3. Yoga in the Buddhism (pt. 2: Mahāyāna), 4. The Jaina Yoga, 5. The Pātañjala Yoga, 6. Integral Yoga (Sri Aurobindo, Mantrayoga, Tantrayoga, Hathayoga, Nāthayoga) 7. Comparison and Conclusion

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Sanskrit Dictionary of Law and Statecraft. with David Brick & Mark McClish

Sanskrit Dictionary of Law and Statecraft.
  • Olivelle, Patrick (ed.)
  • Primus
  • xxiv,448p pap.
  • 2019(15)
  • Kauṭalya. -- Arthaśāstra -- Law -- Sanskrit -- Dictionaries This dictionary contains technical terms used in Sanskrit texts of ancient and medieval India dealing with law and statecraft within Dharmaśāstra and Arthaśāstra

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A Concise Dictionary of Rgveda. (V. I. Series, 91)

A Concise Dictionary of Rgveda.
  • Gopal, Ram
  • Vishveshvaranand Vedic Research Inst.
  • xvi,688p
  • 2020
  • Vedic language -- Dictionaries -- English Hoshiarpur, Punjab, India : Vishveshvaranand Vedic Research Institute

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Vaikhanasa Mantra Pra,sna V-VIII (Daivikacatustayam) (Harvard Oriental Series, 91)

Vaikhanasa Mantra Pra,sna V-VIII (Daivikacatustayam)
  • Resnick, Hopward
  • Harvard U.P.
  • 1122p
  • 2019
  • Vaikhānasa-mantra-praśna V-VIII : (Daivikacatuṣṭayam)/ Howard Resnick The Vaikhānasas are mentioned in many Vedic texts, and they maintain a close affiliation with the Taittirīya school of the Kṛṣṇa Yajur Veda. Yet they are Vaiṣṇavas, monotheistic worshipers of Viṣṇu. Generally, Vaiṣnavism is held to be a post-Vedic development. Thus, the Vaikhānasas bridge two key ages in the history of South Asian religion. This text contains many quotations from ancient Vedic literature, and probably some other older original material, as well as architectural and iconographical data of the later first millennium CE. The Vaikhānasas remain relevant today. They are the chief priests (arcakas) in more than half of the Viṣṇu temples in the South Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, and Karnataka—including the renowned Hindu pilgrimage center Tirupati in Andhra Pradesh.

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Bhaviveka on Samkhya and Vedanta: the Samkhya and Vedanta chapters on the Madhyamakahrdayakarika and Tarkajvala. (Harvard Oriental Series, 78)

Bhaviveka on Samkhya and Vedanta: the Samkhya and Vedanta chapters on the Madhyamakahrdayakarika and Tarkajvala.
  • Qvarnstr:om, Olle
  • Harvard U.P.
  • 2015
  • 2015
  • Bhāvaviveka. -- Mādhyamakahr̥daya -- Tarkajvāla -- Mādhyamika (Buddhism) -- Early works to 1800 Bhāviveka on Sāṃkhya and Vedānta : the Sāṃkhya and Vedānta chapters of the Madhyamakahṛdayakārikā and Tarkajvālā/ by Olle Qvarnström ; (with Tibetological assistance by Professor Per K. Sørensen) For anyone interested in an epoch of almost unrivaled intellectual activity and debate in India, the sixth-century Madhyamakahrdayakārikā along with its auto-commentary, the Tarkajvālā, is an indispensable resource. This partly doxographical treatise, composed by the Madhyamaka philosopher Bhāviveka, is the earliest and most substantial work to present and critically examine Śrāvaka, Yogācāra, Sāmkhya, Vaiśesika, Vedānta, and Mīmāmsā in great detail. Bhāviveka’s text is of unique value in its attempt to identify a Madhyamaka approach to other schools of philosophy as well as in furnishing us with valuable information regarding early Indic systematic philosophy, including what appear to be extracts from original sources that are otherwise unavailable. Most probably it served as a Madhyamaka debate manual for those engaged in discussion with representatives of opposing philosophical schools. Bhāviveka’s treatment of Sāmkhya and Vedānta is of particular importance because of the scarcity of sources pertaining to the early formation and development of these systems of philosophy. The present book includes a critical edition and English translation of the Sāmkhya and Vedānta chapters of the Madhyamakahrdayakārikā and Tarkajvālā along with a historical introduction.

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Guardian of a Dying Flame: Sariputra (c. 1335-1426) and the end of late Indian Buddhism. (Harvard Oriental Series, 89)

Guardian of a Dying Flame: Sariputra (c. 1335-1426) and the end of late Indian Buddhism.
  • McKeown, Arthur P.
  • Harvard U.P.
  • xi,463p
  • 2018
  • Śāriputra -- 1335-1426 Guardian of a dying flame Śāriputra (c.1335-1426) and the end of late Indian Buddhism/ Arthur P McKeown Arthur McKeown presents the first full-length analysis of the continuation of Buddhism in India after the thirteenth century. This study describes later Indian Buddhism through a detailed examination of the life of Śāriputra (c. 1335–1426), the last known abbot of the Bodhgayā Mahāvihāra, whose very presence extends Indian Buddhism by two centuries. This work also provides a view into the legacy of Indian Buddhism in fifteenth-century Nepal, Tibet, and China. McKeown follows Śāriputra’s travels and works throughout pan-Buddhist Asia, from restoring the Swayambhunātha caitya in Nepal and establishing tantric lineages in Tibet to overseeing the rebuilding of the Mahābodhi temple in Ming Dynasty Beijing. McKeown centers his examination on newly revealed Tibetan and Chinese biographies of Śāriputra, as well as looking at a collection of historical documents in Sanskrit, Tibetan, and Chinese. These sources point to a fundamental reconsideration of later Indian Buddhism, its relationship with Brahmanism and Islam, and its enduring importance throughout Central, East, and Southeast Asia.

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Farhang-i Asifiyah. (Urdu dictionary)

Farhang-i Asifiyah. (Urdu dictionary)
  • Sayyid Ahmad Dihlavi
  • Naishnal Akademi
  • 4 vols. 古書
  • 1974
  • Urdu language -- Dictionaries فرهنگ آصفىه مؤلفه خال صاحب مولوى سيد احمد دهلوى Farhang-i Āṣifiyah Sayyid Aḥmad Dihlavī Jild-i 1 (A-T) Jild-i 2 (T-Zh) Jild-i 3 (S-K) Jild-i 4 (G-Y)

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Tamil Lexicon: published under the authority of the University of Madras.

Tamil Lexicon: published under the authority of the University of Madras.
  • University of Madras
  • U. of Madras
  • 7 vols. 古書
  • 1982 repr.
  • Tamil language -- Dictionaries -- English The first edition had 4,351 pages in seven volumes, including a one-volume supplement, which were printed between 1924 and 1939 and had 104,405 words, with an additional 13,357 words in the supplementary volume, totaling to 124,405 words in all. 6 volumes & Supplement

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Srimad Bhagavadgita: with 21 rare Sanskrit commentaries in origical calligraphy commissioned by Maharaja Ranbir Singh of Jammu & Kashmir.

Srimad Bhagavadgita: with 21 rare Sanskrit commentaries in origical calligraphy
  • Shri Ranbir Sanskrit Research Institute/ Motilal
  • 11 vols.
  • 2021
  • Bhagavadgītā -- Commentaries Śrīmadbhagavadgītā = Śrīmad Bhagavadgītā : with 21 rare commentaries in original Sanskrit calligraphy commissioned by Maharaja Ranbir Singh of Jammu & Kashmir foreword by Dr. Karan Singh ; comprehensive introduction by Kamal K. Mishra (PhD) The present set of eleven volumes will bring together 20 commentaries of the BG, many of which are unpublished commentaries contributed by great scholars : Sankaracaryarya (8th AD), Ananda Rajanak (820-890 AD), Rajanaka Ramkanth's Sarvatobhadra (850 AD), Abhinavagupta (950-1016 AD), Ramanujacarya (1017-1137 AD), Madhvacarya (1199-1278 AD), Hanumat/Pisaca bhasya, Anandagiri (1238-1317 AD), Suryapaandit (14th AD), Sadananda (15th AD), Madhusudana Sarasvati (1540-1640 AD), Sridhara Svami (15th AD), Nilakantha (16th AD), Kesavabhatta Kasmiran (16th AD), Vanmali Misra (1685 AD), Girdhari Das (17th AD), Rajanaka Laksmirama (17th AD), Pancholi, Ramcandra Saraswati, Jagdisvara Vedpathi (19th AD), Hindi bhasya, Doha (19th AD)

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The Harivamsa, being the Khila or supplement to the Mahabharata, for the first time critically edited by Parashuram Lakshman Vaidya

The Harivamsa, being the Khila or supplement to the Mahabharata,
  • Bhandarkar Oriental Research Inst.
  • 2 vols. 古書
  • 1969-71
  • The Harivaṁśa ; vol. 1 : (critical text), vol. 2 : (appendices) Text in Sanskrit, introductory matter and notes in English

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The Mahabharata, for the first time critically edited by Vishnu S. Sukthankar

The Mahabharata, for the first time critically edited
  • Bhandarkar Oriental Research Inst.
  • 19 vols. in 22 pts. 古書
  • 1933-1966
  • The Mahābhārata/ for the first time critically edited by Vishnu S. Sukthankar, S.K. Belvalkar, P.L. Vaidya, with the co-operation of Balasaheb Pant Pratinidhi [and others] ; and illustrated from ancient models by Balasaheb Pant Pratinidhi. Text in Sanskrit, introductory matter and notes in English Vols. 1 ( 2 pts.), 2-15, 16 (with Introduction), 17 (2 pts.), 18-19 in 22 pts.

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Authenticity and Authentication: glimpses behind the scenes of the formation of the Tibetan Buddhist canon. (Indian and Tibetan Studies, 9)

Authenticity and Authentication: glimpses behind the scenes of the formation of the Tibetan Buddhist canon.
  • Almogi, Orna
  • U. Hamburg, Dept. of Indian and Tibetan Studies
  • 265p
  • 2020
  • Part One, titled "On Strategies for Authenticating Scriptures and Treatises: The Tibetan Buddhist Case," is devoted to a general discussion of the issue of authenticity and authentication as viewed and dealt with by various Tibetan masters, some of whom were responsible for the formation of the Tibetan Buddhist Canon as we know it today. Part Two, titled "What's in a Name? Once Again on the Authenticity of Tibetan Canonical Colophons," discusses the question of the authenticity of canonical colophons--a topic that I have touched upon on an earlier occasion--by first deliberating on the issue in broader terms and then presenting and examining a few case studies.

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The Clear Realisation of the Quintessential Instructions on All Dharma Practices: a critical edition and annotated translation of the *Sarvadharmacaryopadesabhisamayatantra (Chos spyod thams cad kyi man ngag mngon par rtogs paʾi rgyud) based on two unpublished manuscripts from the ʾBras-spungs-gnas-bcu-lha-khang (Indian and Tibetan Studies, 6)

The Clear Realisation of the Quintessential Instructions on All Dharma Practices:
  • Bajetta, Nocola
  • U. Hamburg, Dept. of Indian and Tibetan Studies
  • vi,330p
  • 2019
  • The clear realisation of the quintessential instructions on all dharma practices : a critical edition and annotated translation of the *Sarvadharmacaryopadeśābhisamayatantra (Chos spyod thams cad kyi man ngag mngon par rtogs paʼi rgyud) based on two unpublished manuscripts from the ʼBras-spungs-gnas-bcu-lha-khang/ Nicola Bajetta Chapter One, after an overview of the extant editions of the (extra-canonical) *Sarvadharmacaryopadeśābhisamayatantra and its (canonical) commentary (the gZi brjid snang ba), deals with the controversy surrounding the disputed Indian origin of the two texts, and the ambivalent figure of dGe-tshul Khyung-grags, the translator/forger. Chapters Two and Three are the core of the study, the former containing a critical edition of the Tibetan text of the tantra (with a description of the two unpublished MSS from the 'Bras-spungs-gnas-bcu-lha-khang), and the latter an annotated English translation (both including the interlinear glosses found in the two MSS).

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Karakatattvasamgrahah (A collection of some post-Paninian grammatical works on Karaka relations)

Karakatattvasamgrahah
  • Das, Karunasindhu (gen. ed.)
  • The Asiatic Society
  • xxvi,267p
  • 2020
  • Pāṇini -- Aṣṭādhyāyī -- Sanskrit language -- Grammar Kārakatattvasaṅgrahaḥ = Kārakatattvasaṃgrahaḥ : a collection of some post-Pāṇinian grammatical works on Kāraka relations/ general editor, Karunasindhu Das A collection of some post-Pāṇinian grammatical works on Kāraka relations. In Sanskrit; introduction in English Part 1. Kārakacandrikā and Madhumatī / edited by Rita Bhattacharya -- part 2. Ṣaṭkārakaṭippanī and Kārakatattva / edited by Sumita Chatterjee -- part 3. Kātantra Aṣṭādhyāyī and Kātantra pariśiṣṭa / edited by Silpi Adhikari --

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Pali: A grammar of the language of the Theravada Tipitaka, with a concordance to Pischel's Grammatik der Prakrit-sprachen.

Pali: A grammar of the language of the Theravada Tipitaka,
  • Oberlies, Thomas
  • Munshiram
  • xviii,385p
  • 2012(01)
  • Pali language -- Grammar Pāli : a grammar of the language of the Theravāda Tipiṭaka, with a Concordance to Pischel's Grammatik der Prakrit-Sprachen/ Thomas Oberlies Originally published: Berlin : Walter de Gruyter, 2001

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Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit Grammar and Dictionary. Volume I: Grammar, II: Dictionary.

Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit Grammar and Dictionary.
  • Edgerton, Franklin
  • Motilal
  • 2 vols.
  • 2018(1953)
  • Buddha and Buddhism -- Sanskrit language -- Dictionaries

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L'Espace du Sens: approches de la philologie Indienne/ The Space of Meaning: approaches to Indian philosophy. (Publications de l'Institut de Civilisation Indienne, fasc. 84)

L'Espace du Sens: approches de la philologie Indienne/ The Space of Meaning: approaches to Indian philosophy.
  • D'Intino, Silvia & Sheldon Pollock (ed.)
  • College de France, Institut de Civilisation Indienne
  • x,579p
  • 2018
  • Indic philology -- Sanskrit -- Languages L’espace du sens. Approches de la philologie indienne : The Space of Meaning. Approaches to Indian Philology/ sous la direction de Silvia d'Intino & Sheldon Pollock ; avec la collaboration de Michaël Meyer

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Dhaturupakalpadruma, text with English intoduction

Dhaturupakalpadruma, text with English intoduction
  • Unni, N.P. (ed. with an intro.)
  • New Bharatya Book
  • xvii,549p
  • 2020
  • Sanskrit language -- Verbs -- Roots Dhāturūpakalpadruma = Dhāturūpa-kalpadrumaḥ/ edited with an introduction by Dr. N.P. Unni The work refered to by the author of "Dhāturūpakalpadruma" authored by Sāyana is really the famous known as "Madhavīya Dhātubritti" - sometimes called first "Dhvātuvritti". The work illustrates the Dhātus in the order in which they are given in the Pāninīya dhatupātha and followed in the Mādhavīyādhatuvritti.

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Linguistic Studies in Sanskrit Grammar.

Linguistic Studies in Sanskrit Grammar.
  • Banerjee, Satya Ranjan
  • Sanskrit Pustak Bhandar
  • vi,127p
  • 2013
  • Sanskrit -- Grammar -- Linguistics 1. Sanskrit Studies and Research Methodology, 2. Morphophonemic Alterations in Pānini's Śivasūtra, 3. On the Conception of Language and Phonetics in Indian Tradition vis-a-vis Greek and Latin authors, 4. The Speculative Grammarians in the Middle Ages, 5. Dionysius Thrax and Pānini on Grammar, 6. Was R dental in Sanskrit?, 7. On Sa meaning 'one' in Sanskrit, 8. Sir William Jones

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The Practical Sanskrit - English Dictionary.

The Practical Sanskrit - English Dictionary.
  • Apte, Vaman Shivram
  • Motilal
  • xiv,1160p
  • 2010(1965)
  • Sanskrit language -- Dictionaries -- English

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A Sanskrit Primer.

A Sanskrit Primer.
  • Perry, E.D.
  • Motilal
  • xii,230p
  • 2016(1936)
  • Sanskrit language -- Grammar A Sanskrit primer : based on the Leitfaden für den Elementarcursus des Sanskrit of Georg Bühler

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A Vedic Grammar for Students.

A Vedic Grammar for Students.
  • Macdonell, Arthur A.
  • Motilal
  • xii,508p pap.
  • 2006(1916)
  • Vedic language -- Grammar

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Devavanipravesika: An introduction to the Sanskrit language.

Devavanipravesika: An introduction to the Sanskrit language.
  • Goldman, Robert P. & Sally J. S. Goldman
  • Motilal
  • xxxv,539p
  • 2011(1980)
  • Sanskrit language -- Grammar -- Study and teaching Devavāṇīpraveśikā : an introduction to the Sanskrit language/ Robert P. Goldman, Sally J. Sutherland Goldman Originally published: Berkeley, CA : University of California, 1980

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Buddhist Nikayas in Sri Lanka

Buddhist Nikayas in Sri Lanka
  • Kulatunge, T.G.
  • T.G. Kulatunge
  • xii,313p
  • 2018
  • Tipiṭaka. -- Suttapiṭaka -- Pali literature -- Sri Lanka -- History and criticism Buddhist nikāyas in Sri Lanka/ T.G. Kulatunge English; includes Sinhalese in appendix The book is a precise enumeration of the Theravada Buddhist Sects in Sri Lanka from the beginning up to the present day. The author points out that during the early periods, divisions were caused by violations of Vinaya regulations alone. However during the Kandyan period, separations into Nikāyas were caused by the considerations of social differences rather than by Vinaya rules. This book is an in-depth study of the subject, a field less known to buddhists today. (R.G.D. Jayewardhane)

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Yajnavalkya Dharmasastra: the textual history of a Hindu legal code.

Yajnavalkya Dharmasastra: the textual history of a Hindu legal code.
  • Olivelle, Patrick (critically ed.)
  • xiv,448p
  • xiv,448p
  • 2020
  • Yājñavalkya -- Yājñavalkyasmr̥ti -- Hindu law Yājñavalkya dharmaśāstra : the textual history of a Hindu legal code/ critically edited by Patrick Olivelle The treatise became the most influential legal text in medieval India, and, as interpreted by the twelfth century commentator Vijnanesvara, came to be considered ‘the law of the land’ under British rule. In spite of its recognized importance for the ancient and medieval legal traditions, the Sanskrit text has never before been critically edited. This critical edition, along with the translation published in the Murty Classical Library of India, open to modern readers both the ‘golden age’ of the Guptas and a central text in the long and distinguished Indian legal tradition.

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Critique of Indian Realism: the philosophy of Nyaya-Vaisesika and its conflict with the Buddhist Dignaga school.

Critique of Indian Realism: the philosophy of Nyaya-Vaisesika and its conflict with the Buddhist Dignaga school.
  • Shastri, Dharmendra Nath
  • The Bharatiya Vidya Prakashan
  • xxxii,562p
  • 2020 repr.
  • Philosophy, Indic -- Nyaya-Vaiśeṣika -- Dignaga -- Realism Critique of Indian realism : the philosophy of Nyāya-Vaiśeṣika and its conflict with the Buddhist Dignāga School/ Dharmendra Nath Shastri ; with a foreword by Dr. S. Radhakrishnan The book is best described as a full and persuasive account of the inside story of the Nyāya-Vaisesika Realism. Dr. Shastri presents this important system of Indian thought from a new perspective, from its long encounter with the Buddhist school of Dignāga and Dharmakīrti. Reprint of first edition published in 1964 under the title: Critique of Indian realism. Revision of D.Litt thesis, Agra University, 1956.

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A Manual of the Adornment of the Monastic Boudary: Vacissara's Simalankarasangaha: edition and annotated translation. (Veröffentlichungen der Fächergruppenkommission f:ur Aushereurop:aische Sprachen und Kulturen, Studien zur Indologie, Bd. 8)

A Manual of the Adornment of the Monastic Boudary: Vacissara's Simalankarasangaha:
  • Kieffer-Pülz, Petra
  • Harrassowitz
  • xv,171p
  • 2021
  • Theravada -- Monastery -- Sinharese monk, Vācissara The Sīmālaṅkārasaṅgaha, “A Manual of the Adornment of the Monastic Boundary”, is a verse text of 99 stanzas written in the Middle Indic language Pāli around the beginning of the 13th century by the Sinhalese monk Vācissara. It deals with Buddhist monastic boundaries (sīmā) which define the areas within which Buddhist communities of monks or nuns meet to carry out legal acts such as ordinations. Any ambiguity of a monastic boundary can cause the invalidity of the legal acts carried out within it. The Sīmālaṅkārasaṅgaha focuses on a difference in interpretation regarding whether or not connections between certain types of monastic boundaries, namely between a ‘determined boundary’ and a ‘village boundary’, lead to a confusion of the areas, and thus render the legal acts carried out within the ‘determined boundary’ invalid. Vācissara defends the Sinhalese approach that says that there is a confusion against the South Indian Coḷiya approach that says there is not. This is the only text that throws light on the relation of these two traditions and their dispute about monastic boundaries from the Sinhalese perspective. The monograph contains an edition, the first translation into a Western language (annotated), as well as an investigation into the text, the author, the meter, the content, its position in Pāli literature, and its reception.

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The Dharmadhatustava: a critical of the Sanskrit text with the Tibetan and Chinese translations, a diplomatic transliteration of the manuscript and notes. (Sanskrit Texts from the Tibetan Autonomous Region, v. 17)

The Dharmadhatustava: a critical of the Sanskrit text with the Tibetan and Chinese translations,
  • Liu Zhen
  • China Tibetology Research Center/ Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • xxxvii,90p
  • 2015
  • Nāgārjuna, active 2nd century. -- Dharmadhātustava -- Criticism, Textual The Dharmadhātustava : a critical edition of the Sanskrit text with the Tibetan and Chinese translations, a diplomatic transliteration of the Manuscript and notes 赞法界颂 Commentary in English, with texts in Sanskrit (romanized), Tibetan (romanized) and Chinese

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Adhyardhasatika Prajnaparamita: Sanskrit and Tibetan texts. (Sanskrit Texts from the Tibetan Autonomous Region, v. 5)

Adhyardhasatika Prajnaparamita: Sanskrit and Tibetan texts.
  • Tomabechi, Toru (ed.)
  • China Tibetology Research Center/ Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • lxviii,100p
  • 2009
  • Tripiṭaka. -- Sūtrapiṭaka. -- Prajñāpāramitā. -- Adhyardhaśatikā Adhyardhaśatikā Prajñāpāramitā : Sanskrit and Tibetan texts/critically edited by Toru Tomabechi

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Śaivism and the Tantric Tradition: essays in honour of Alexis G.J.S. Sanderson. (Gonda Indological Studies, v. 22)

Śaivism and the Tantric Tradition: essays in honour of Alexis G.J.S. Sanderson.
  • Goodall, D., S. Hatley, H. Isaacson & S. Raman (ed.)
  • Brill
  • xxxiv,598p
  • 2020
  • Śaivism -- Kashmir Śaivism -- Tantrism -- History Academic study of the tantric traditions has blossomed in recent decades, in no small measure thanks to the magisterial contributions of Alexis G.J.S. Sanderson, until 2015 Spalding Professor of Eastern Religions and Ethics at Oxford University. This collection of essays honours him and touches several fields of Indology that he has helped to shape (or, in the case of the Śaiva religions, revolutionised): the history, ritual, and philosophies of tantric Buddhism, Śaivism and Vaiṣṇavism; religious art and architecture; and Sanskrit belles lettres. Grateful former students, joined by other experts influenced by his scholarship, here offer papers that make significant contributions to our understanding of the cultural, religious, political, and intellectual histories of premodern South and Southeast Asia. Contributors are: Peter Bisschop, Judit Törzsök, Alex Watson, Isabelle Ratié, Christopher Wallis, Péter-Dániel Szántó, Srilata Raman, Csaba Dezső, Gergely Hidas, Nina Mirnig, John Nemec, Bihani Sarkar, Jürgen Hanneder, Diwakar Acharya, James Mallinson, Csaba Kiss, Jason Birch, Elizabeth Mills, Ryugen Tanemura, Anthony Tribe, and Parul Dave-Mukherji

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Buddhist and Jaina Studies: proceedings of the conference in Lumbini, February 2013.

Buddhist and Jaina Studies: proceedings of the conference in Lumbini, February 2013.
  • Soni, J., M. Pahlke & C.C:uppers (ed.)
  • Lumbini International Research Institute
  • vi,402p
  • 2014
  • Buddhism -- Jainism -- History -- Congresses Art and Architecture, Literature and Textual Studies, Philosophy

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Buddhism Across Asia : Networks of Material, Intellectual and Cultural Exchange Volume One. (Nalanda-Sriwijaya Series, 10)

Buddhism Across Asia : Networks of Material, Intellectual and Cultural Exchange
  • Sen, Tansen (ed.)
  • Manohar/ ISEAS
  • xxx,482p
  • 2014
  • Buddhism -- Asia -- History -- Congresses Presents new research on Buddhism in comprehensive spatial and temporal terms. From studies on transmission networks to exegesis on doctrinal matters, linguistics, rituals and practices, institutions, Buddhist libraries, and the religion's interactions with political and cultural spheres as well as the society at large, the volume presents an assemblage of essays of breathtaking breadth and depth.

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The Position of Women in Ancient Indian Buddhism: a historical Analysis.

The Position of Women in Ancient Indian Buddhism: a historical Analysis.
  • Chauhan, Kavita
  • Eastern Book Linkers
  • xxix,248p
  • 2018
  • Women in Buddhism -- India -- Social conditions -- History The present book deals with the status of women in Indian society from ancient days till the decline and revival of the Bhikkuni Samgha in and after the Buddhist period. It throws light on the importance of the position of women in various fields like family life, social life and work situation. It explores this issue from the Theravada Buddhist perspective using the Scriptures as well as recent work by Western scholars conceding that there are deep seated patriarchal and even misogynistic elements reflected in the ambivalence towards women in the Pali Canon and bias in the socio-cultural and institutionalized practices that persist to date in the Theravada Buddhist countries. However, Buddha’s acceptance of a female monastic order and above all his unequivocal affirmation of their equality in intellectual and spiritual abilities in achieving the highest goals clearly establish a positive stance.

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A Study of the Dharmadharmatavibhanga (volume Three): the commentaries of Rong ston and Mi Pham, I, II.

A Study of the Dharmadharmatavibhanga (volume Three): the commentaries of Rong ston and Mi Pham, I, II.
  • Robertson, Raymond E.
  • China Tibetology Publishing House
  • 2 vols.
  • 2012
  • Maitreyanātha. -- Dharmadharmatāvibhaṅga A study of the Dharmadharmatavibhanga = 《辨法法性论》研究 第三巻 This four-volume work presents texts representing over fifteen-hundred years of Buddhist thought bearing on the teaching of the Dharmadharmatavibhanga and the tradition of Maitreya-Yogacara to which it belongs. This third book in the series begins with a comparative study of the doctrinal conflicts between Rong ston Shes bya kun rig of the Sa skya tradition and Blo bzang rta dbyang of the dGe lugs school, while comparing the Indian Yogacarins' views on those topics. Mr. Robertson then presents the complete annotated English translation of Rong ston's "Chos dang chos nyid rnam par 'byed pa'i rnam bshad legs par 'doms pa lha'i rnga bo che" and Mi pham rgya mtsho's "Chos dang chos nyid rnam par 'byed pa'i tshig le'ur byas pa'i 'grel pa ye shes snang pa rnam 'byed." Comparing with the previous two entries in this series, the present volume is focused entirely on the interpretations of the Dharmadharmatavibhanga among the Tibetan traditions.

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Caryamelapakapradipam: 'Phags-pa-lhas mdzad pa'i spoyd pa bsdus pa'i sgron zes bya ba bzugs so. ed. by Janardan Shastri Pandey (Rare Buddhist Texts Society, 22)

Caryamelapakapradipam: 'Phags-pa-lhas mdzad pa'i spoyd pa bsdus pa'i sgron zes bya ba bzugs so.
  • Aryadeva
  • Ctr. Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies
  • xxxix,150, 365p
  • 2000
  • Caryāmelāpakapradīpam = ʼPhags-pa-lhas mdzad paʼi spyod pa bsdus paʼi sgron źes bya ba bźugs so [Commentary on Guhyasamājatantra, the esoteric secret of Buddhist canonical text] Sanskrit and Tibetan; includes prefatory matters in Hindi, Tibetan, and English

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The Middle Way: a commentary of Santaraksita's Madhyamakalamkara tr. Thomas H. Doctor

The Middle Way: a commentary of Santaraksita's Madhyamakalamkara
  • Mipham Jamyang Namgyal Gyatso
  • Motilal
  • xxiii,778p
  • 2011(04)
  • Śāntarakṣita, 705-762. -- Madhyamakālaṅkāra -- Commentaries The middle way : a commentary on Śantarakṣita's Madhyamakālaṃkāra/ Mipham Jamyang Namgyal Gyatso ; [foreword by Chökyi Nyima Rinpoche, translated by Thomas H. Doctor] English and Tibetan

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Materials for the study of Aryadeva, Dharmapala and Candrakirti the Catuhsataka of Aryadeva, chapters XII and XIII, with the commentaries of Dharmapala and Candrakirti ; introduction, translation, Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese texts, notes, II: Texts and Indexes (Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde, 24/I-II)

Materials for the study of Aryadeva, Dharmapala and Candrakirti the Catuhsataka of Aryadeva, chapters XII and XIII,
  • Tillemans, Tom J.F.
  • Arbeitskreis fur Tibetische und Buddhistische Studien
  • 2 vols.
  • 1990
  • Āryadeva, active 3rd century. -- Catuḥśataka. -- 12-13. Dharmapāla, active 7th century. -- Da sheng Guang bailun shi lun. -- 4-5. Candrakīrti. Catuḥśatakavṛtti. -- 12-13. [Study of Catuḥśataka with commentaries, work on Madhyamika Buddhism]

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On the Nature of Things : a Buddhist debate on cognitions and their object : with a manuscript description by Paolo Giunta (Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde, 94)

On the Nature of Things : a Buddhist debate on cognitions and their object :
  • Saccone, Margherita Serena
  • Arbeitskreis fur Tibetische und Buddhistische Studien
  • xvi,377p
  • 2018
  • Śāntarakṣita, 705-762—Tattvasaṅgraha -- Buddhism—Doctrines

6,125円

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Vedic and Indo-European Studies.

Vedic and Indo-European Studies.
  • Kazanas, Nicholas
  • Aditya Prakashan
  • xxxiii,380p
  • 2015
  • Vedic language -- Indo-European languages -- Grammar -- Rgveda -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. Almost all the studies in this volume deal with subjects of Vedic and I(ndo-)E(uropean) provenance, i.e. relations of Vedic with Greek, Latin etc. and the fabricated Proto-Indo-European itself. Moreover, all the essays kick off from the RV (Rgveda). They move centripetally from the RV to the diverse areas of Anthropology, History, Linguistics, Philosophy, Poetry and Religion, examining one or other aspect from a new perspective and leading to new unexpected conclusions. When the evidences from Sanskrit and the RV are cosidered, the current theories about, for instance, the origin and development of language and religion are seen to be faulty and in need of thorough revision.

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The Bhamati: a gloss on Shankara Bhashya. ed. by Dhundhiraj Sastri (The Kashi Sanskrit Ser. 116)

The Bhamati: a gloss on Shankara Bhashya.
  • Vachaspati Misra
  • Chaukhambha Sanskrit Sansthan
  • 2 vols.
  • 2010 (2nd)
  • Vedanta -- Advaita -- Śankarācārya. -- Śārīrakamīmāṃsābhāṣya --Bādarāyaṇa. -- Brahmasūtra Bhāmatī : Brahmasūtraśānkarabhāṣyavyākhyā/ Vācaspatimiśraviracitā ; Ḍhuṇḍhirājaśāstriṇā saṅkalitā viṣamasthalaṭippaṇyā samalaṅkr̥tā tenaiva Saṃskr̥tā ca. [Bhāmatī : a gloss on Shānkara Bhāshya]

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Controversial Reasoning in Indian Philosophy: major texts and arguments on Arthapatti.

Controversial Reasoning in Indian Philosophy:
  • Keating, Malcom (ed.)
  • Bloomsbury Academic
  • xv,343p
  • 2020
  • Reasoning -- Hindu logic -- Buddhist logic Arthâpatti is a pervasive form of reasoning investigated by Indian philosophers in order to think about unseen causes and interpret ordinary and religious language. Its nature is a point of controversy among Mimamsa, Nyaya, and Buddhist philosophers, yet, to date, it has received less attention than perception, inference, and testimony. This collection presents a one-of-a-kind reference resource for understanding this form of reasoning studied in Indian philosophy. Assembling translations of central primary texts together with newly-commissioned essays on research topics, it features a significant introductory essay. Readable translations of Sanskrit works are accompanied by critical notes that introduce arthâpatti, offer historical context, and clarify the philosophical debates surrounding it.

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The Bloomsbury Research Handbook of Indian Philosophy of Language. (Bloomsbury Research Handbooks in Asian Philosophy)

The Bloomsbury Research Handbook of Indian Philosophy of Language.
  • Graheli, Alessandro (ed.)
  • Bloomsbury Academic
  • ix,475p
  • 2020
  • Language and languages -- Indic Philosophy The Bloomsbury Research Handbook of Indian Philosophy of Language presents a systematic survey of philosophy of language in the Indian tradition, providing an up-to-date research resource for better understanding the history and future direction of the field. Each chapter addresses a particular philosophical problem from the viewpoint of seminal traditions and specific thinkers. Covering the philosophical insight on language found in the mainstream philosophies of Vyakarana, Mima?sa, Nyaya, Vedanta, Buddhism, and Alankarasastra, the chapters tackle crucial semantic and pragmatic questions such as the relation of the speaker to reality, the use of metalanguage, the distinction between sentences, elliptic statements, and figurative usages, and the impact of textual structures on the philosophical message. Complete with further reading suggestions and an annotated bibliography, this collection makes an important contribution to both Eastern and Western contemporary philosophy of language

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Navya-Nyaya Philosophy of Language.

Navya-Nyaya Philosophy of Language.
  • Toshihiro Wada
  • DK Printworld
  • x,116p
  • 2020
  • Navya Nyāya -- Language and logic -- Gaṅgeśa, active 13th century -- Tattvacintāmaṇi This book represents the philosophy of language in Navya-Nyaya, based upon an analysis of the “Verbal Suffix Chapter” (Akhyatavada) of Gangesha’s Tattvacintamani. Since this chapter elaborates what kind of verbal understanding is generated and discusses related issues, the book demonstrates the main features of that philosophy of language and serves as a good introduction to that. The analysis mainly deals with Gangesha, but in some cases it refers to Raghunatha. Since the book is an attempt to pursue philological exactness and philosophical analysis, it is hoped to interest not only Sanskrit scholars, but also philosophers in general.

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