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Vishveshvaranand Indological Research Series, Vols. 1-88
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  Book ID : 6870
 
 
  Place of Publication : Hoshiarpur
  Year of Publication : 1950 - 2000
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  Language : English, Hindi & Sanskrit
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CONTENTS:-
Vol. 1-2: Siddha-Bharati or The Rosary of Indology, containing 108 original research papers, contributed by eminent orientalists in honour of Dr. Siddheshwar Varma, edited by Vishva Bandhu. (1950) (in English)
Vol. 3: Purana-Visaya-Samanukramanika: A Concordance of Purana Contents, edited by Y.P. Tondon. And indispensable referential aid designed to facilitate approach to the enormous historical and general cultural data in 24 Puranas and Itihasas. (1952) (in Sanskrit)
Vol. 4: Ganika-Vrtta-Samgraha or Texts on Courtezans in Classical Sanskrit: Being a classified collection of 734 extracted texts in Devanagari, with preambles in English, by Ludwik Sternbach. (1953) (in Sanskrit & English)
Vol. 6: Sarupa-Bharati or The Homage of Indology: Being the Dr. L. Sarup Memorial Volume, edited by Jagannath Agrawal & Bhim Dev. (1954) (in English)
Vol. 7: Indologies of War and Peace in Ancient India by Indra. Throws a flood of light on the outstanding features of two apparently conflicting ideologies as operating in different phases in India's national life. (1957) (in English)
Vol. 8: Epochs in Hindu Legal History by U.C. Sarkar. A comprehensive, systematic and up-to-date history of Hindu Law including the treatment of texts, the commentaries, the statutes, the decided cases and a chapter on the Hindu Code Bill and its fragments enacted as law. (1958) (in English)
Vol. 9 (a): Studies in Indian Cultural History, Part I by P.K. Gode. (1962) (in English)
Vol.10-11: Catalogue of V.V.R.I. Manuscript Collection, Part 1 & 2, edited by Vishva Bandhu. A detailed tabulated account of 8,360 Sanskrit manuscripts both in Northern and Southern Indian scripts including Devanagari, Sarada, Utkala, Banga, Grantha, Telgu, Malayalam, Nandinagari, Tamil, Kannada and Vartula, with select initial and colophonal extracts. (1959) (in Sanskrit & English)
Vol.12: The Punjab as a Sovereign State by G.L. Chopra. Thesis approved for the Ph.D. Degree of the London University. An exhaustive study of the reign. of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, his court, and his army and policy. (1960) (in English)
Vol.13-17: Atharvaveda: containing (1) Mantra-patha (Saunaka-sakha), (2) Pada-patha and (3) Revised critical edition of Sayanacarya's Bhasya. Annotations comprise complete text-comparative data drawn from all other basic texts, namely, Samhitas (including Paippalada), Brahmanas, Aranyakas, Upanisads and Sutras as well as from all the manuscripts used and the text-reconstructions made by Roth, Whitney, Pandit and Laxman, critically edited by Vishva Bandhu. (1960-1964) (in Sanskrit & English)
Vol.17 (a): Atharvaveda-Padapathanukramani, edited by Vishva Bandhu. (1954) (in Sanskrit)
Vol.17 (b): Atharvaveda-Rsi-devata-Chandonukra manika, edited by Vishva Bandhu. (1970) (in Sanskrit)
Vol.18: Sankarsa-Kanda-Sutras of Jaimini with exhaustive introduction and appendix, critical edited by K.V. Sarma. Being a supplement to Jaimini's Dvadasalaksani discovered and edited from a unique manuscript. (1963) (in Sanskrit & English)
Vol.19-26: Rgveda, Parts I-VIII, containing (1) Mantra-pada, (2) Pada-patha, and (3) critical editions of Bhasyas of (a) Skandasvamin (b) Udgithacarya (c) Venkata-madhava and (d) Mudgalacarya's vrtti (being Sayanacarya's Bhasya in condensed form). With exhaustive introduction and text-variants from 32 original manuscripts. The first seven volumes contains Mandalas and the last volume includes five alphabetical indices of Mantras, Padas, Rsis, Devatas and Chandas, critically edited by Vishva Bandhu. (1963-1966) (in Sanskrit & English)
Vol.26 (a): Index of the Rgveda-Mantras, edited by Vishva Bandhu. (1966) (Second Reprint Edition 1975) (in Sanskrit)
Vol.26 (b): Index of the Rgveda Padapatha, edited by Vishva Bandhu. (1966) (in Sanskrit)
Vol.26 (c): The Rsi, the Devata and the Chandas Indices to the Rgveda, edited by Vishva Bandhu. (1966) (Second Reprint Edition 1975) (in Sanskrit)
Vol.27-29 (a) & (b): Canakya-Niti-Text Tradition. First critical edition by Ludwik Sternbach from 73 manuscripts and 160 editions with elaborate introduction, explanatory tables and complete Pratika-Indices to the six basic version (vols.17-18) and the Ur-Text (vol.19) in 3 parts. (1964-1968) (in Sanskrit & English)
Vol.30: Drgganitam of Paramesvara with introduciton and index, critically edited by K.V. Sarma. The supposedly lost source-book of the Drgganita system of astronomy prevalent in the south-west coast of India, discovered and edited for the first time. (1963) (in Sanskrit & English)
Vol.31: India and the World by Buddha Prakash. Research in India's policies, contacts and relationships with other countries and peoples of the world, mainly, S.E. Asia. (1964) (in English)
Vol.32: Canakya-Saptati: A Hitherto unknown version of Canakya's Maxims, edited with critical introduction by K.V. Sarma. (1965) (in Sanskrit & English)
Vol.33: The Vedas and Sastras: A General View. A critical appraisal of Vedic and Sastric literature by Vishva Bandhu. (1966) (in English)
Vol.34: The Grahana-mandanam of Paramesvara: A manual of Hindu astronomy suggesting new procedures of the computation of eclipses, critically edited with translation and introduction by K.V. Sarma. (1965) (in Sanskrit & English)
Vol.36: The Subhasita-Samgrahas as Treasuries of Canakya's sayings by Ludwik Sternbach. (1966) (in English)
Vol.38: Brahmanoddhara-Kosa: Being a collection of about 25,000 select citations from Brahmanic literature, bearing an exposition of grammar, etymology, philosophy, history, geography, etc. arranged according to subjects, edited by Vishva Bandhu. (1966) (in Sanskrit, English, Hindi)
Vol.39: Prasastikasika of Balakrsna Tripathin: A practical manual of letter-writing as practised in mediaeval India, with model letters, critically edited with an exhaustive introduction on letter-writing in ancient India by K.V. Sarma. (1967) (in Sanskrit & English)
Vol.40: Pratyabhijna Philosophy: The Doctrine of Recognition; Being the author's doctoral thesis on a critical exposition of the tenets of Kashmir Saivism by R.K. Kaw. (1967) (in English)
Vol.41: Origin and Development of Hariyanavi Dialect: A doctoral thesis on the linguistic study of a dialect of Hindi by Nanak Chand Sharma. (1968) (in Hindi)
Vol.42: Anubhavanandalahari of Kesavananda Yati: An exposition of the Jivanmukta state according to Advaita philosophy, critically edited with introduction by K.V. Sarma. (1968) (in Sanskrit & English)
Vol.43: Kingdom of the Panjab, 1839-45: A fully documented account of the troubled days of the Punjab following the reign of Maharaja Ranjit Singh by B.R. Chopra. (1969) (in English)
Vol.45: Buddhist Monuments and Sculptures in Gujarat: A Historical Survey by K.P. Sompura. (1969) (in English)
Vol.46: Vrttvivecanam by Durgasahaya. Critically edited with introduction by K.V. Sarma. (1969) (in English & Sanskrit)
Vol.47: Golasara of Nilakantha Somayajin: An exposition of Spherics in Hindu astronomy, critically edited with introduction by K.V. Sarma. (1970) (in English & Sanskrit)
Vol.48: Satyakola in Rgveda: A Study. The result of the laborious and concentrated exegetical studies on critical and comparative lines of more than 120 Rgvedic mantras which convey the Rgvedic concept of Satya and Satyaloka by A. Venkatasubbiah, edited by S. Bhaskaran Nair. (1974) (in English & Sanskrit)
Vol.49: Critical Studies on the Mahabhasya: The outcome of a long and intensive study of the magnum opus of the master grammarian Patanjali mainly from the textual and comparative points of view by V.P. Limaye. (1974) (in English & Sanskrit)
Vol.50 & 65: Hindi Sahitya Sarini or Hindi Bibliography (Being a universal, classified and scientifically arranged record of Hindi Books published up to the end of 1964, Part I & II by Pitambar Narain and S. Bhaskaran Nair. (1971-1975) (in Hindi)
Vol.51: Vinavasavadattakatha, critically edited with introduction by K.V. Sarma. (1971) (in English & Sanskrit)
Vol.52: Gayatravidhana-sutram of Sunga with commentary, critically edited by B.R. Sharma. (1971) (in English & Sanskrit)
Vol.54: Vedic Textuo-Linguistic Studies: A collection of 8 research papers contributed by the author to the Vishveshvaranand Indological Journal during the closing years of his life. These papers give a definitive idea of his views on the state of Vedic lore as it has come down to us to-day, set forth his assessment of the work of Oriental as well as Occidental scholars on Vedic exegesis, and explain the methods of exposition which he had formulated on the basis of textual study, comparative linguistics and higher criticism, Inter alia, the theory of Proto-linguistics in Indo-Aryan languages, which he had evolved with a view to explaining apparently insoluble problems in Indian linguistics, also gets demonstrated in these pages, with an elucidative General Introduction and as many as five analytical Indices by Vishva Bandhu. (1975) (in English & Sanskrit)
Vol.61: The Atharvaveda: A Literary Study. A comprehensive study of the Atharvaveda from the various literary points of view, such as Alamkara, Rasa, Dhvani, etc. by Matri Datta Trivedi. (1973) (in Hindi)
Vol.64, 69, 71, 73, 75, 80 & 83: Maha-Subhasita-Samgraha: An extensive collection of wise sayings and entertaining verses in Sanskrit with introduction, English translation, notes and indices. compiled by Ludwik Sternbach; Vol.1-4 & 6-7 edited by S. Bhaskaran Nair, and Vol.5 edited by K.V. Sarma. (1974-80, 87 & 99) (in Sanskrit & English)
Vol.66: Lilavati of Bhaskaracarya with the commentary 'Kriyakramakari': An elaborate exposition of the rationale of Hindu Mathematics, critically edited by K.V. Sarma. (1975) (in Sanskrit & English)
Vol.67: Indian Riddles: A forgotten chapter in the History of Sanskrit Literature by Ludwik Sternbach. (1975) (in English)
Vol.68: Arseya-kalpa, with a hitherto unpublished commentary by Varadaraja. A major basic Vedic work of great importance in Srauta-literature, in general and Saman technical works, in particular. Critically edited with text-variants, introduction and index by B.R. Sharma. (1976) (in Sanskrit & English)
Vol.70: Sankhayana-Aranyaka, critically edited by Bhim Dev. (1980) (in Sanskrit)
Vol.72: Vedanga by Kundan Lal Sharma. (1983) (in Hindi)
Vol.74: Kalpa Stura by Kundal Lal Sharma. (1981) (in Hindi)
Vol.76: The India Office (1858-1868): Its first decade by Donavan William. (1983) (in English)
Vol.77: Linguistic History of Uttarakhanda by D.D. Sharma. (1983) (in English)
Vol.78: Index of Papers Submitted to the All-India Oriental Conference, Vol.IV, Sessions XXIII to XXXI (1966-82), compiled by Dr. K.V. Sarma. (1985) (in English)
Vol.79: Yajurveda-Samaveda Samhitas by Kundan Lal Sharma. (1985)
Vol.81: Sanskrit Tatha Panjabi Ke Sambandh by Dr. Shyam Dev Parashar. (in Hindi)
Vol.82: Aitareyaranyaka with the commentary of Sayana, critically edited by Dr. Munishwar Deo. (in Sanskrit & English)
Vol.84: The Rgveda (interpreted and translated with a review of important interpretations ancient and modern). Vol.1 (I, 1-121 Hymns) by Dr. Ram Gopal.
Vol.85: Purana-Vimarsha by Prof. Ram Pratap. (in Hindi)
Vol.86: Vagjyoti, edited by Dr. Darshan Singh Nirvair. (in Hindi)
Vol.87: The Rgveda: Interpreted and translated with a review of important interpretations ancient and modern; Vol.2 (I,122-191 and Mandala II) by Dr. Ram Gopal. (English)
Vol.88: The Rgveda: Interpreted and translated with a review of important interpretations ancient and modern; Vol.3 (Mandala III) by Dr. Ram Gopal. (English)

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