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A Grammar of the Tibetan Language / Csoma de Koros, Alexander
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A Grammar of the Tibetan Language
Csoma de Koros, Alexander
 
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  Book ID : 24094
  ISBN-10 : 81-7030-055-X / 817030055X
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-7030-055-7 / 9788170300557
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 1996
  Edition : (Reprint)
  Language : English & Tibetan
  x, 244p., 29 cm. (Bibliotheca Indo-Buddhica Series No.4) (First Edition pub. in 1834, Culcutta) (Second Edition pub. in 1983, Delhi)
   
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CONTENTS:-

1. 1-8. Letters and their several Distinctions
2. 9-42. Pronunciation, or Orthography and Orthoepy
3. 43. Alphabetical Scheme of. the Sanskrit Language when written in the Tibetan characters
4. 44. A List of Contracted Words, as written in the small character
5. 45-62. Adventitious Particles
6. 63. A List exhibiting Specimens of the Respectful Language
7. 64. Parts of Speech
8. 65-68. Of the Article
9. 69-71. Of the Noun
10.72-74. Of the Gender and of the several kinds of Nouns
11. 75. Of Diminutive Nouns
12. 76-84. Of Declension
13. 85. Of the Plural Number
14. 86. Form of General Declension
15. 87-93. Examples
16. 94-103. Adjectives
17. 104-105. Of Comparison
18. 106. List of Adjectives
19. 107-111. Numerals
20. 112-126. Pronouns
21. 118. Declension of Personal Pronouns
22. 121. Possessives]
23. 122. Demonstratives
24. 123. Interrogatives
25. 124. Relatives
26. 125. Reciprocals
27. 126. Pronominal Adjectives
28. 127-175. Verbs
29. 176-181. Participles
30. 182-183. Adverbs
31. 184-187. Postpositions (serving for Prepositions)
32. 188. Conjunctions
33. 189. Interjections
34. 190-222. Syntax
35. 223-222. Prosody
36. 226. List of Verbs

List of Appendix (Appendices)
227-234. I. TIBETAN MODES OF RECKONING TIME :
1. The Cycle of 12 years
2. The 10 Elements, and the Names of the 12 Animals that make up the Cycle of 60 years
3. Sanskrit and Tibetan Names of the years in the Cycle of 60 years, as they are reckoned south of the river Nermada, in India and in Tibet, expressed in Roman character
4. The Vrihaspati Chakra, or Cycle of 60 years, in Sanskrit and Tibetan, and in Chinese and Tibetan
5. The Names of the years of the Jovian Cycle, according to the Chinese reckoning
6. 235. Tibetan Symbolical Words, used as numerals

II. SPECIMENS OF THE TIBETAN LANGUAGE, FROM THE KAH-GYUR AND OTHER CLASSICAL WORKS :
1. 236-1. Attributes of a Virtuous Woman
2. 237-2. Verses against wearing the Veil
3. 238-3. RETNAVALI'S Letter to SHAKY A, &c
4. 239-4. Compendium of the Doctrine of BUDDHA in one Sloka
5. 240-5. A moral maxim
6. 241-6. Another maxim
7. 242-7. Why God is called Konchok in Tibetan, " The Chief of Rarity,"
8. 243-8. Who is the Supreme of all
9. 244-9. Who is the true Protector
10. 245-10. With whom refuge may be taken
11. 246-10. On the same subject
12. 247-11. The Address of ARJUNA to VISHNU
13. 248-12. The Nature of the Soul
14. 249-13. How the doctrine of SHAKYA should be received by the learned and the Priests
15. 250-14. SHAKYA of the Scythian race
16. 251-15. Moral Sentence
17. 252-16. Remarkable Sayings
18. 253-III. Colloquial Phrases
19. 254-IV. Chronological Table

Notes belonging to Ditto
20. 255-V. Epoch of the death of SHAKYA

Notes belonging to Ditto
21. 256-VI. Introduction to the Lithographed pages

THE 40 LITHOGRAPHED PAGES :
1. Syllabic Scheme of the Tibetan Language
2. Initial Signs, Commas, and Intersyllabic Points, used with the Capitals-Ditto with the Small Characters
3. Tibetan Alphabet, &c. in the Bamyik Character
4. in the Brutsha ditto
5. Tibetan Numerals
6. The Lintsha Characters, a form of the Devanagari used in Nepal

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