2 edition of catalogue of Sanskrit manuscripts at the D.H.A.S. found in the catalog.
catalogue of Sanskrit manuscripts at the D.H.A.S.
Pratap Chandra Choudhury
by Dept. of Historical and Antiquarian Studies in Assam in Gauhati
Written in English
|Statement||Compiled & edited by P.C. Choudhury.|
|Contributions||Assam (India). Dept. of Historical and Antiquarian Studies.|
|LC Classifications||Z6605.S3 C5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 177 p.|
|Number of Pages||177|
|LC Control Number||sa 65000495|
Alphabetical catalogue of all Sanskrit manuscript collections known at the time, present in a work titled, Catalogus Catalogorum. The Catalogus catalogorum contains a list of the various donations and their catalogues for a chronological survey. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Catalogue of the Sanskrit Manuscripts in the Library of the India Office by Julius Eggeling (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
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Catalogue of printed books and manuscripts in Sanskrit belonging to the Oriental library. (Calcutta: [s.n.], ), by Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Catalogue of printed books and manuscripts in Sanskrit belonging to the Oriental library of the Asiatic society of Bengal. More editions of Catalogue of the Sanskrit Manuscripts in the Library of the India Office (Volume 1, PT): Catalogue of the Sanskrit Manuscripts in the Library of the India Office (Volume 1, PT): ISBN ().
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He is the author of two earlier volumes in the COMDC series – the Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts: Early Acquisitions and the Nepal Collection () and, together with Tarab Tulku, the Catalogue of Tibetan Manuscripts and Xylographs () – plus two monographs in the fields of Indo-Tibetan philology and : Hartmut Buescher.
Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts, Collected in Nepal by Brian Houghton Hodgson Paperback – February 4, Author: William Wilson Hunter. Catalogue of Sanskrit manuscripts at the D.H.A.S. Gauhati, Dept. of Historical and Antiquarian Studies in Assam, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Pratap Chandra Choudhury; Assam (India).
Department of Historical and Antiquarian Studies. About the Book; This first-ever catalogue of the Danish National Library’s rich Sanskrit holdings analyzes and describes three of its manuscript collections: The first comprises manuscripts written in either Bengali, Telugu, or Sinhalese script; the second is mostly written in Bengali script and focuses on Ayurvedic medicine; the third and largest collection originates from Nepal and is.
This first-ever catalogue in English of the Danish National Library's rich Sanskrit holdings analyses and describes three of the manuscript collections held by the library. The first is the Codices Sanscriti, collected in the early nineteenth century by the pioneer comparative linguist, Rasmus Rask, comprises both palm-leaf and paper.
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A Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts in Private Libraries of the North-west Provinces, Volume 1 Northwest provinces, India Printed at the Medical hall Press, - Manuscripts, Sanskrit.
In Bendall published a catalogue of Buddhist Sanskrit manuscripts in the University Library that included items, and in Louis de la Vallée Poussin and Caroline Mary Ridding recorded basic descriptions of the remaining manuscripts on paper index cards.
NOTES 1. An artistically important manuscript which has come to light since he booklet was published is the Bilvamongalartavo that appears in this handlist as serial no. When I first began work on the Wellcome Sanskrit collection, I did not know how large a Lask it would be I began by writing fuII descriplive articles on manuscripts selected more or less randomly from.
All of the Library’s Sanskrit manuscripts are part of the Asian Division’s South Asian rare books collection. The Asian Division’s rare book policy states that access to rare materials is reserved for individuals engaged in scholarly research.
The Sanskrit Library is dedicated to cataloguing and digitizing all the Sanskrit manuscripts in North America and helping libraries in India and throughout the world catalogue and digitize their collections. We produce a comprehensive Sanskrit manuscript catalogue from digital descriptive catalogue entries the Million Books.
A descriptive catalogue of the Sanskrit manuscripts in the Adyar Library Adyar Library, Friedrich Otto Schrader Printed by the Oriental Pub.
Co., - Manuscripts, Sanskrit - pages. Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts: The Pandit Collection, Hartmut Buescher (NIAS Press, November ).
This new catalogue describes the holdings of the so-called Pandit Collection held at the Royal Library, Copenhagen. A descriptive catalogue of the Sanskrit manuscripts in the Government Oriental Manuscripts Library, Madras.
Madras, India. Government Oriental Manuscripts Library; Rangacharya, Malur, Rao Bahadur, ; Chandrasekharan, T. Part I About the Book It is well known that only a small portion of the vast Sanskrit literature has so far been published while the major part of the literature still lies in manuscript, written in various scripts and on various types of material.
Some of the collections are preserved in India and abroad, many more are in private collections. A 1. A CATALOGUE OF THE SANSKRIT MANUSCRIPTS MANI; INDIAN LITERATURE,THE ADYAR LIBRARY AND RESEARCH CENTRE, e Scan available. A comprehensive grammar of the sanskrit language ; Literature,T P Brothers Calcutta, e Scan available.
A Concordance of Sanskrit. Designed especially as an essential source of reference for scholars working in all aspects of manuscript studies, the catalogue includes numerous illustrations (many in colour) that help to identify the texts and give a glimpse of the condition, calligraphic styles and decorative elements of the manuscripts.
Catalogue of Sanskrit manuscripts in the Bodleian Library Bodleian Library, Orientals collections, sanskrit, manuscripts, catalogue, Oxford, Great Britain Publisher Oxford: Clarendon Press Collection Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader Subtitle Begun by Moriz Winternitz,continued and completed by Arthur Berriedale Keith.
The work has involved digitising the manuscripts, cataloguing the books and making a new complete inventory of the Archive. The collection of over manuscripts, mainly written in Sanskrit, consists of musicological treatises from the Indian subcontinent (Sańgīta-śāstra) and, more generally studies on sound, also from a philosophical and.
The Sanskrit Manuscript Collection of this Library is dates back to 16th century A.D. The Manuscripts used by the Poets and Kings during the Nayak and Maratha period are seen even today.
The first catalogue for Sanskrit palm leaf manuscripts was prepared during the reign of King Serfoji II by one Sadasiva Bhatta alias Gangadhara Bhatta in A.D. Library., 2 books Cambridge University Library., 2 books Government Manuscripts Library (Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute), 2 books Ram Chandra Kak, 2 books Kavindracarya Sarasvati, 2 books Seishi Karashima, 2 books Rajasthan Oriental Research Institute, Jodhpur, India (City), 2 books Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland.A 1.
A Bibliography Of The Sanskrit Drama Schuyler Montgomery; Drama,The Columbia University Press, e Scan available. 2. A Catalogue Of Sanskrit And Prakrit Manuscripts In The Rajasthan Oriental Research Institute Part Iii A Muni Jinavijaya; Unknown,The_Rajasthan_Oriental_Research_Institute, pages.
Barcode Scan availa.About The Book The present volume is a compendium of tantric texts which deals with the vivid description of various subjects of tantric literature. Some works carry the information of different subjects of tantra cult.
A lot of Manuscripts contains the philosophy of tantras, worship of different aspects of Sakti of divine mother, blackrites, all members of kaula sect of the Saktas, medicines.