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Lists of Sanskrit manuscripts in private libraries of southern India.

by Salomon, Louis Rev.

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Published by Printed by E. Keys, at the Government press in Madras .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Manuscripts, Sanskrit -- Catalogs,
    • Manuscripts -- India -- Catalogs

    • Edition Notes

      18,797 titles. Title, subject and author indexes.

      StatementCompiled, arranged and indexed by Gustav Oppert.
      GenreCatalogs.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ6605.S3 O6
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6274114M
      LC Control Number32012455
      OCLC/WorldCa5428590

      The majority of places designated are in eastern India, but there are some from far off places-China, Java, Ceylon, Gujarat, southern India' (Losty 31). Moreover, the manuscript contains notes for the illuminator added by the first scribe, each of which describes the Buddha or the Bodhisattva and the location to be depicted in the miniature. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

        The library is also home to an extraordinary collection of Buddhist works, amongst which is one very important Sanskrit palm leaf manuscript. This manuscript is about a thousand years old and has one of the most famous titles in world literature — the Aṣṭasāhasrikā Prajñāpāramitā or The Perfection of Wisdom in 8, Lines. 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.

        The catalogues published by the Society are the best specimens of descriptive cataloguing in India R.G. Bhandarkar. List of Sanskrit Manuscripts in The first volume in this series appeared as early private libraries in the Bombay Presidency, (). Sārasvati Bhavan library is the richest of Sanskrit manuscripts in India. Dr. Ganganath Jha suggested and recommended the publication of rare manuscripts collected in this library. These manuscripts were written on palm leaves, clothes, birch, wooden plates and old paper. It was necessary to unearth this treasure of knowledge of scholars.


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Free shipping for many products. Lists of Sanskrit manuscripts in private libraries of southern India. Madras, Printed by E. Keys, at the Government Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gustav Salomon Oppert. Lists of Sanskrit manuscripts in private libraries of southern India Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.

Lists of Sanskrit manuscripts in private libraries of southern India by Oppert, Gustav Salomon, n Publication date Topics. Book Source: Digital Library of India Item : Oppert, Gustav, Comp. Lists Of Sanskrit Manuscripts In Private Libraries Vol Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t4zh1x Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet Archive Python library Access to Sanskrit Manuscripts at the Library of Congress.

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. List of Sanskrit Manuscripts: Collection No.1 Sl.

Vol. Title(English) Author’s Name Script Remarks 1. Adityahridayam Maharshi Vyas Devanagri 2. Adityahridayam Maharshi Vyas Devanagri 3.

15 Ahnika Paddhati Durgaduttatmaj Navya Chandidasah Devanagri 4. 16 Ahnikapaddhatih Durgaduttatmaj Navya Chandidasah Devanagri Size: KB. List Samskrta Manuscipts in Private Libraries Southern India, by G Oppert Download Link.

List of Palm-leaf & Paper Manuscripts at the Saurashtra Sabha, Madurai. Descriptive Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts at the ORI Mysore, vol Download Link.

A Descriptive Catalogue of the Sanskrit Manuscripts on Natya and Sangita at the TMSSML. Oppert's first Sanskrit work was his "Lists of Sanskrit Manuscripts in Private Libraries of Southern India" (2 vols., Madras, ).

His "Contributions to the History of Southern India" (part i., ib. ) was an epigraphical study. The secrets of a 1,year-old Sanskrit manuscript that was saved from Brahmanical unbelievers from North East India.

“The University Library’s manuscript of. The Sanskrit Library is a non-profit tax-exempt charitable organization. We depend on public support in order to provide valuable resources in a free and open platform.

To help us preserve and provide access to the precious knowledge in one of the world's greatest knowledge-bearing languages, please donate. Abstract. 18, titles. Title, subject and author of access: InternetAuthor: Gustav Salomon Oppert. Clay Sanskrit Library: classical Indian literature published in facing-page text and translation.

ALL CSL VOLUMES by Sanskrit Title (in Sanskrit alphabetical order) Bhatti’s Poem: Poems and Prayers from South India by Appayya Dīkṣita, Nīlakaṇṭha Dīkṣita, Vedānta Deśika. Speciality: State Central Library is the first library in India.

It was constructed during the rule of His Royal Highness Sree Swathi Thirunal Maharaja of Travancore. It has more than digitalized books in Tamil, Hindi and Sanskrit along with a separate children’s section. In the late 19th century the Library began to acquire Sanskrit manuscripts collected in Nepal and India on the initiative of the Cambridge Sanskritist Edward B.

Cowell and his successor Cecil Bendall. The collaboration of other scholars such as William Rhys-Davids and Georg Bühler. 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.

Download Free Sanskrit Books from Digital Library of India — Comments S R Bhattacharyya on October 9, at pm said: This blog is a terrific resource for anyone who wants to learn or work with Sanskrit. A Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts contained in the Private Libraries of Gujarāt, Kāṭhiāvād, Kachchh, Sindh, and Khāndeç.

Compiled under the Superintendence of G. Bühler. A catalogue of Sanskrit manuscripts in private libraries of the North-western Provinces by India North-Western Provinces 1 edition (1 ebook) - first published in Read A Manual of Sanskrit Phonetics: In Comparison with the Indogermanic Mother-language, for the.

Alphabetical index of Sanskrit manuscripts in the government oriental manuscripts library Madras part 2 Tenth report on the search of Hindi manuscripts for the yearsand Iron in ancient India.

These manuscripts were stored at Phalimaru Matha (a monastic establishment of the Hindu tradition) near the coastal town of Udupi in the southern Indian state of Karnataka.

Dr Mukund has had a long association with several such mathas and has been actively involved in the publication of books on philosophy. That considerable private libraries existed in fairly early times is shown by the fact that the Sanskrit author Bāṇa (about A.D.) had in his employment a reader of manuscripts.

Even at the present day there are many excellent libraries of Sanskrit MSS. in the possession of Brahmans all over India.Oriental Manuscripts Library., 1 book Adyar Library., 1 book Sanskrit College (Calcutta, India), 1 book National Archives of India., 1 book Puṇyavijaya Muni., 1 book Nagpur, India (City) University.

Library., 1 book Lalbhai Dalpatbhai Institute of Indology., 1 book Bihāra Rāshṭrabhāshā-Parishad., 1 book Asiatic Society (Calcutta, India), 1 book Karnatak University. Kannada Research Institute., 1 book .Lists of Sanskrit manuscripts in private libraries of southern India.

Oppert, Gustav Salomon, Date Books. Report on a search for Sanskrit and Tamil manuscripts for the year [and ] Seshagiri Sastri, M. Date results. Page 1 of Next (page 2) Stay in the know. Find out what’s on, read our.