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This five volume set presents an up-to-date history of Indian medicine and its literature. It comprises the entire corpus of Sanskrit medical texts, from the earliest times to the present, thus covering about two millennia. Only available as a set.
George van Driem
This handbook is a survey of Himalayan languages and language communities, providing hitherto unpublished data on several languages and outlining ethnolinguistically relevant historical and prehistorical developments. Grammatical features of Himalayan languages are discussed, and detailed ...
Volume I: The Pantheon of the Mantramahodadhi; Volume II: The Pantheons of the Prapañcasāra and the Śāradātilaka. With illustrations.
Edited by G. Jan Meulenbeld and Julia Leslie
Edited by C. Caillat and J.G. de Casparis
Vyāḍi’s Paribhaṣavṛtti is the earliest Sanskrit work entirely devoted to discussing the metarules and underlying assumptions of Pāṇini’s formal grammar of Sanskrit (5th-4th century BC). As such, it has much to teach us about the early development of ideas in this difficult and technical area ...
Ellen M. Raven
This study focuses on the gold coins featuring the Gupta king with a banner carrying the image of the mythic eagle Garuḍa, the supreme symbol of his power. They belong to five coin types that comprise about sixty percent of the dīnāras struck from the reign of Samudragupta up to and including ...
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