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N S Ramanuja Tatacharya

Published by Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8186111352 ISBN 13: 9788186111352


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About this Item: Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Overview of the work. Acknowledgements. Abbreviations. Introduction. Detailed table of contents. Text of Sabdabodhamimamsa. 1. Sabdarthasambandhavicarah. 2. Padarthavicarah. 3. Nipatarthavicarah. 4. Samasarthavicarah. 5. Taddhitarthavicarah. 6. Krdarthavicarah. Appendix. Bibliography. Index of sloka s. Index of examples. Index of definitions. Index of notions. This volume third in the series under the project An Inquiry into Indian Theories of Verbal Cognition is devoted to an analytical and critical study of nominal stems viz. underived ending in the krt taddhita and feminine suffixes compound words and indeclinables according to the schools of Nyaya Vyakarana Purvamimamsa Advaita Visistadvaita and Dvaita. Among the topics dealt with in this volume are the nature of the relationship between a word and its sense and its subdivisions (abhidha laksana gaunivrtti) the significance of a word whether denoting a universal (jati) or an individual (vyakti) or the specific configuration of an object (akrti) or the blend of all three the different forms of primary signification through which a word conveys the conventional sense (rudhi) etymological sense (yoga) the sense which is both conventional and etymological (yoga rudhi) and also the conventional and the etymological senses that are different from each other (yaugika rudhi). Since retiring as Vice Chancellor of the Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha of Tirupati Professor Ramanuja Tatacharya has been associated with the French institute of Pondicherry as honorary professor. Professor Tatacharya's profound scholarship has earned him many awards including the certificate of Honour for Proficiency in Sanskrit conferred upon him by his excellency the president of India. He was awarded the title of Darsanakalanidhi by the Madras Sanskrit College during its centenary celebration. 510 pp. Seller Inventory # 68515

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