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Nirmala Ravindra Kulkarni

Published by Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8180900460 ISBN 13: 9788180900464

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About this Item: Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction i. The oral tradition and the pathas. ii. The dawn of Indian phonetics. iii. The Laksana texts. iv. The siksas. v. The pratisakhyas and their contributions. vi. The TPr and its commentaries. vii. The Laksanacandrika. viii. The critical apparatus. ix. The author. x. The LC and the Siksa literature. xi. The LC and the Atreya Siksa. xii. The LC and the Mahesvara Siksa. 2. Laksanacandrika Anuvaka 1 24. Select bibliography. Appendices i. Sutra index. ii. The LC and the Tribhasyaratna. The tradition of the Taittiriya Pratisakhya is very much important in the field of ancient Indian phonetics. The taittiriya Pratisakhya is survived today with nine commentaries out of which only three are published. The Laksanacandrika is one of such unpublished commentaries on the Taittiriya Pratisakhya written by Mahadeva Ramacandra Gadre in the beginning of the 19 century. The present volume brings a critical edition of it based on four complete manuscripts. We may call Laksanacandrika as an abridged edition of another famous commentary Tribhasyaratna. Yet it shows its own peculiarities in many places. It does not accept the usual adhyaya sutra arrangement of the text accepted by the other commentators. It follows adhyaya anuvaka sutra division. It is peculiar to Laksanacandrika that it quotes many verses from various siksa texts. Today many siksas are not available even in manuscript form. Texts like the Laksanacandrika provide us much material for the restoration of at least fragments of some lost siksas particularly of the Atreya Siksa and that of the Mahesvara Siksa. Besides it also quotes from the known Sanskrit texts on phonetics uses widely the terminology of Panini explains the sutra in brief and gives its own examples. Texts like Laksanacandrika are helpful to trace out the wide extent of anciet Indian phonetics. 221 pp. Seller Inventory # 54120

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Nirmala Ravindra Kulkarni

Published by Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8180900975 ISBN 13: 9788180900976

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About this Item: Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Vedic Miscellania 1. Arati a developed form of Aratrika. 2. Interpretation of dream through the eyes of moderns and ancients. 3. Man and nature relationship reflected in the Suklayajurveda. 4. Eco criticism and the Vedic literature. 5. Yama and Niyamana. 6. On the interpretations of Abhrir asi narir asi TS 1.3.1. 7. A note on vasutate (RV 6.1.13). 8. Venkatamadhava on accent and meaning change. 9. Deities of the first Anuvaka of Chandodarsana. 10. Metaphors in the Satapatha Brahmana. 11. Reflections on Veda in modern philosophical works. 12. Vedic Aramati and Avestan Armaiti a comparison. 13. Interpretation of Vedic negative compounds with the help of avesta. 14. Pratyaksa in Vedic literature. 15. Poet in Vedic literature. 16. On the myth (TS 2.5.1) narrating origin of menstruation. 17. Some problems pertaining to puberty rites in Indian ritual tradition. 18. The Satapatha Brahmana on women. 19. Vedic writings in independent India. II. Siksa Pratisakhya Studies 1. A.C. Burnell and Siksa literature a note. 2. Problems of editing the Siksa texts. 3. On Aplutavad Upasthite (P 6.1.129). 4. On the term samanaksara. 5. Two peculiar sandhi terms used by the Vyasasiksa. 6. Atreyasiksa a problem for reconstruction. 7. On the GOML MS of the Atreya Siksa. 8. Hand movements described in the Kesavi Padyatmika Siksa. Vedic Studies is a collection of research papers dealing with Vedic themes. The articles presented in various seminars and published in different reputed journals are given a coherent form in the present book. These are presented in two parts. Part one includes papers on religion mythology and philology such as Arati A Developed form of Aratrika Yama and Niyamana Negative compounds in Veda and Avesta etc. Part two includes papers dealing with Siksas and Pratisakhyas such as problems of editing the Siksa texts on Aplutavad Upasthite etc. 283 pp. Seller Inventory # 58326

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Nirmala R Kulkarni

Published by Sri Satguru Publications (1995)

ISBN 10: 8170304547 ISBN 13: 9788170304548

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About this Item: Sri Satguru Publications, 1995. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG8170304547

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Jha, V. N. (ed.); Joshi, L. V.; Bhatta, Vinayaka P.; Wakiryo, Itaru; Saibaba, V. V. S.; Mishra, Aruna Ranjan; Bhat, Shripad; Pandya, Vijay; Kulkarni, Nirmala; Panse, Ujjwala; Dash, S. C.; others

Published by Sri Satguru Publications, Delhi (1997)

ISBN 10: 8170305187 ISBN 13: 9788170305187

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About this Item: Sri Satguru Publications, Delhi, 1997. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good in Good dust jacket. First Edition. First Edition. Portions of the book are in English, while others are in Sanskrit. Sound binding and hinges. Clean, off-white pages. Paper over boards is lightly edge rubbed. DJ has general shelf wear, edge wear. ; Papers presented at the National Semina on Jaina Logic and Epistemology held at the Centre of Advanced Study in Sanskrit, University of Poona, Pune, India. ; 7.75" tall ; 179 pages. Seller Inventory # 4240040

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Nirmala Kulkarni

Published by Bharatiya Kala Prakashan (2006)

ISBN 10: 8180900975 ISBN 13: 9788180900976

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Ujjwala Jha; Toshihiro Wada; Nirmala Kulkarni and Arun Ranjan Mishra

Published by Sanskrit Pustak Bhandar (2006)

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About this Item: Sanskrit Pustak Bhandar, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Acknowledgement. I. Research articles: 1. Harappan culture vis-a-vis Vedic culture: problem regarding their chronology/B.B. Choubey. 2. Significance of Kama in Vedic cosmogony: with special reference to the Atharvaveda/Sadananda Das. 3. The disappearing sun - from myth to ritual/S.S. Dange. 4. Phenomenological method in Vedic Hermeneutics/M. Srimannarayana Murti. 5. Pra-Vargya-, Pari- Vargya-,Vasudeva- Vargya-/Jan E.M. Houben. 6. The legend of Sunahsepa: from the Vedic tradition to the Puranas/Shanti Banerji. 7. Folk lore in Atharva Veda/K.N.N. Elayath. 8. On the word Pramanda in the Kausikasutra/Nirmala Kulkarni. 9. Solar energy - a Vedic approach/K.B. Archak. 10. Vedic exegesis and sama chanting some new findings/P.C. Muralimadhavan. 12. A critical note on Iko Gunavrddhi a meta-rule in Panini's Astadhyayi. 13. A non-paninian perspective on word-meaning. 14. Aspirate Sonorants Vs. Sonorants + [H] in middle Indo-Aryan/H.H. Hock. 15. Redefining the Hindi grammatical terms such as Samjna, Sarvanama, Visesana and Kriya in terms of Panini's grammar/J.P. Dimri. 16. Unifying relativization and control in Bangla/Probal Dasgupta. 17. 'God' in Nyaya system/S.V. Bokil. 20. Buddhist cosmology and time : an ethical approach/H.S. Prasad. 21. Soteriology of Shin Buddhism : Amida Buddha is Saviour/Shoun Hino. 22. The Rinoceros Sutra/Hojun Nagasaki. 23. On the concept of the faculties (Indriya) in the Theragatha/Shigeru Saito. 24. The concept of Brahmana according to Buddhism/V.K. Hampiholi. 25. World religion and emptiness/Musashi Tachikawa. 26. A brief summary of the Jaina theory of Sambandha/Koju Sato. 27. "Co-subject and co-instance : are they identical?"/Nandita Bandopadhyay. 28. Jati and Upadhi/K.N. Hota. 29. The temporal sequence of inferential cognition in Navya-Nyaya/K. Yamamoto. 30. A rule of substitution in Navya-Nyaya : X-Vat-Tva and X/Toshihiro Wada. 31. Gautama and Vatsyayana on the enunciation of pleasure as pain/Arun Ranjan Mishra. 32. Bhasarvajna on Moksa/Brundawan Patra. 33. A point of contact between philosophy and religion in India/Hiroshi Marui. 34. Vedanta for human excellence/S.C. Dash. 35. Environment and diet for Yoga practice in Hathayogapradipika/ Shantipriya Devi. 36. Tarka, Upayah Sarva-Yoganam (Means to all Yogas)/P.K. Acharya. 37. Moksakaragupta's theory of self-consciousness svasamvedana/M.M. Agrawal. 38. Perceptual knowledge (Pratyaksaprama) in Nyaya philosophy/R.I. Ingalalli. 39. Yogaja Sannikarsa and Yogajapratyaksa in Indian philosophy/Nilakantha Dash. 41. Logical debates and their restrictions/Satyajit Layek. 42. Proofs for the existence of time : some problems/Raghunathan Ghosh. 43. Inference based on Vyapadesa Bhartrhari's and related discussions in Nyaya and Buddhist treatises/Toshiya Unebe. 44. Udyotakara and Vacaspati : development of the theory of inference in the Nyaya school/Takanori Suzuki. 45. On differential cognition in the Vyomavati/Katsunori Hirano. 46. Bhavananda Siddhantavagisa's definition of Kartrtva : second chapter of the Karakacakra/Noriyuki Kudo. 47. Realisms and some parallel problems of Epistemology and Methodology/P.K. Mukhopadhyay. 49. Perception : 2000 AD to 200 BC/Ujjwala Jha. 50. Indian knowledge systems : the notion of linear progression/C. Rajendran. 51. Historical development of the concept of Godhead/H.C. Patyal. 52. Marxian praxis and Niskama Karma/Meera Chakravorty. 53. Natya as a vehicle of Purusartha/R.V. Tripathi. 54. Abhinavagupta - his date and parentage/N.P. Unni. 56. Folk-lore and Tantra literature/N.V.P. Unithiri. 57. Performing arts of the Pregupta period in Bengal/Mahua Mukherji. 58. A brief analysis of the curses in the Mahabharata/P.G. Lalye. 59. State economy in ancient India with reference to Manu, Kautilya and Yajnavalya/P. Shashirekha. 60. Management of cities and towns in ancient India with special reference to Kautilya's Arthasastra/Manabendu Banerji. 61. The Gajasastra of Palakapya/Bijoya Goswami. 62. Scripts of ancient India : Siddhamatrka/Sa. Seller Inventory # 60927

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