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BIBLIOTHECA INDICA

A collection of oriental works published under the patronage of the hon. Court of directors of the East India Company and the superintendence of the Asiatic Society of Bengal. Edited by Eduard Röer etc. Reprints of the editions Calcutta 1849 ss. Biblio Verlag, Osnabrück 1980-1993. Clothbound (vol. 83 softcover).

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‚ABD-AR-RASID. Farhang-i-Rasidi. The Farhang i Rashidi, a Persian dictionary by Sayyid Abdur Rashid of Tattah. Edited by Zulfaqar Ali (vol. 2 edited by Zulfaqar Ali and Aziz Urrahman). Arabian. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1870-1875. 2 vols. IV, 380, VI, 325 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 67).

ABOO ISMAIL MOHAMMAD. Fotooh Al-Sham. The Fotooh al-Sham, being an account of the Moslim conquests in Syria by Aboo Isma’ail Mohammad Bin Abd Allah, Al-Azdi, Al-Bacri, who flourished about the middle of the second century of the Mohammadan Era. Edited, with a few notes, by William Nassau Lees. Arabian/English. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1853-1854. X, 43, 58, 259 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 16).

ABUL-FADL. Ain-i-Akbari. The Ain-i-Akbari of Abul Fazl-i-Allami. Edited by Heinrich Ferdinand Blochmann. Arabian. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1867-1877. 2 vols. X, 338,8, VIII, 6, XXII, 668, 10 Tab., 14 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 58).

AITAREYARANAYAKA. Aitareya Aranyaka, with the commentary of Sayana Acharya. Edited by Rajendralala Mitra. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1875-1876. X, 22, 479 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 82).

ASVALAYANA. Srautasutra. The Srauta Sutra of Asvalayana, with the commentary of Gargya Narayana. Edited by Ramanarayana Vidyaratna. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1864-1874. 2 vols. X, 892, 148 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 49).

BADARAYANA. Brahmasutra. The aphorisms of the Vedanta, by Badarayana, with the commentary of Sankara Acharya and the gloss of Govinda Ananda. Edited by Ramanarayana Vidyaratna. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1854-1863. 2 vols. XXVI, 1156, XXII, 80 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 22).

BADARAYANA. Brahmasutra. The Brahma Sutras, with the commentary of Sankaracharya. Translated by Krishna Mohana Banerjea. English. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1870. IV, 96 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 68).

BADAUNI. Muntahab al-Tawarih. The Muntakhab al-Tawarikh of Abd-Al-Qadir Bin-i-Maluk Shah al Badaoni. Edited by Ahmad Ali under the supervision of William Nassau Lees. Arabian. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1864-1869. 3 vols. IV, 492,8, III, 7, 410, III, 15, 16, 413 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 51).

BAIHAKI. Tarikh-i Baihaqi. The Tarikh-i Baihaki containing the life of Masaud, son of Sultan Mahmud of Ghaznin. Being the 7th, 8th, 9th, and part of the 6th and 10th vols. of the Tarikh-i Al-i Saboktakeen by Abu’l Fazl al-Baihaqi. Edited by William Hook Morley. Arabian. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1861-1862. 2 vols. VII, 869 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 37).

BRAHMANAS. Gopathabrahmana. The Gopatha Brahmana of the Atharva Veda. Edited by Rajendralala Mitra and Harachandra Vidya Bhushana. Sanscrit. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1870-1872. XXII, 39, 183 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 69).

BRIHAD ARANYAKA UPANISHAD. The Brihad Aranyaka Upanishad, with the commentary of Sankara Acharya, and the gloss of Ananda Giri. Edited by Eduard Röer. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1849-1856. 3 vols. IV, 472, IV, 473-1096, VII, 279 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 2).

CAND BARDAI. Prithirajraso. The Prithiraja Rasau of Chand Bardai. Edited in the original old Hindi by John Beames and A. F. Rudolf Hoernle and an English translation by A. F. R. Hoernle. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1873-1886. II, 96, II, 408, II, 74, 12 pp., 3 pl. (Bibliotheca Indica, 77).

CHANDOGYA UPANISHAD. The Chandogya Upanishad, with the commentary of Sankara Acharya, and the gloss of Ananda Giri. Edited by Eduard Röer. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1850. IV, 628, 7 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 3).

DANDIN. Kavyadarsa. The Kavyadarsa of Sri Dandin. Edited with a commentary, by Premachandra Tarkabagisa. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1862-1863. XVI, 448 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 40).

DHANANJAYA. Dasarupa. The Dasa-Rupa, or Hindu canons of dramaturgy, by Dhananjaya, with the exposition of Dhanika, the Avaloka. Edited by Fitz-Edward Hall. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1861-1865. VI, 39, 241 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 36).

HEMADRI. Caturvargacintamani. Chaturvarga Chintamani by Hemadri. Edited by Bharatachandra Siromani (vol. II,2 edited by Yogesvara Bhattacharya and Kamakhyanatha Tarkaratna; vol. III edited by Yajnecvara Smritiranta and Kamakhya Nath Tarkavagica; vol. IV edited by Pramatha Natha Tarkabhusana). Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1871-1911. 4 vols. in 7. XXVIII, 1057, XXXII, 1222, XVIII, 1088, IV, 1716, 16, 40, 924, X, 1093, 44 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 72).

JAIMINI. Mimansasutra. The Mimansa Darsana (aphorisms of the Mimansa), one of the six systems of Hindu philosophy, or an exposition of the ceremonial rites of the Vedas by Jaimini with the commentary Savara Svamin. Edited by Mahamahopadhyaya Mahesachandra Nyayaratna. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1863-1867. 2 vols. IV, 16, 24, 779, IV, 881, 62 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 45).

KAMANDAKI. The Nitisara, or the elements of polity by Kamandaki, with a commentary compiled and edited by Ramanarayana Vidyaratna, Jaganmohana Tarkalankara and Kamakhyanatha Tarkabagisa. The text edited by Rajendralala Mitra. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1849-1884. XXII, 396 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 4).

KANADA. Vaisesikasutra. The Vaiseshika Darsana, with the commentaries of Sankara Misra and Jayanarayana Tarka Panchanana. Edited by Jayanarayana Tarka Panchanana. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1860-1861. VI, 476, 8 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 34).

KATANTRA. The Katantra, with the commentary of Durgasimha. Edited, with notes and indexes, by Julius Eggeling. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1874-1878. II, 576 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 81).

KAVIKARNAPURA. Chaitanya-Chandrodaya. Chaitanya Chandrodaya, or the incarnation of Chaitanya; a drama in ten acts by Kavikarnapura. With a commentary explanatory of the Prakrita passages by Viswanatha Sastri. Edited by Rajendralala Mitra. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1853-1854. XXII, 268 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 14).

LALITA VISTARA. The Lalita Vistara, or memoirs of the early life of Sakya Sinha. Edited by Rajendralala Mitra. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1853-1877. IV, 64, 32, 575 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 15).

MADHAVACHARYA. Sarva Darsana Sangraha. Sarvadarsana Sangraha, or an epitome of the different systems of Indian philosophy, by Madhavacharya. Edited by Iswarachandra Vidyasagara. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1853-1858. VI, 180 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica 21).

MARCANDEYA PURANA. The Marcandeya Purana in the original Sanscrit. Edited by Krishna Mohana Banerjea. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1855-1862. II, 32, 660 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 29).

MUHAMMAD ALI AT-TUHANAWI /KATIBI. Kitab Kassaf Istilahat Alfunum. A dictionary of the technical terms used in the sciences of the Musalmans. Edited by Mohammad Wajik, Abd al-Haqq, and Gholam Kadir under the superintendence of Aloys Sprenger and William Nassau Lees. With an appendix containing the logic of the Arabians by A. Sprenger. Together with: Katibi. Ar-Risala As-Samsijja. First appendix to the dictionary of the technical terms. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1853-1862. 2 vols. XIV, 108, 1564 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 17 + 23).

MUHAMMAD SAQI. Maatir-i-Alamgiri. The Maasir i Alamgiri of Muhammad Saqi Musta’idd Khan. Edited by Agha Ahmad’Ali. Arabian. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1870-1873. IV, 68, 550, 12 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 66).

NARADA. Pancaratra. The Narada Pancha Ratra. Edited by Krishna Mohana Banerjea. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1861-1865. XI, 371 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 38).

NIZAMI. Sikandar-Namahe Bahry. Khirad-Namahe Iskandary, also called the Sikandar-Namahe Bahry by Nizami. Edited by Aloys Sprenger and Aga Mohammed Shooshteree. Arabian. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1852-1869. IV, 191 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 12).

NRISIMHATAPANIYOPANISAD. The Nrisinha Tapana of the Atharva Veda, with the commentary of Sankara Acharya. Edited by Ramamaya Tarkaratna. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1870-1871. 21, 256, 6 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 70).

PINGALA. Chandasutra. Chhandah Sutra of Pingal Acharya, with the commentary of Halayudha. Edited by Visvanatha Sastri. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1871-1874. X, 238 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 74).

PURANAS. Agnipurana. Agni Purana, a collection of Hindu mythology and traditions. Edited by Rajendralala Mitra. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1870-1879. 3 vols. VIII, 384, X, 481, VIII, 39, 385 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 65).

RIG VEDA. The first two lectures of the Sanhita of the Rig Veda, with the commentary of Madhavacharya, and an English translation of the text. Edited by Eduard Röer. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1849. XI, 339, 32 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 1).

SAMA VEDA SANHITA. Sama Veda Sanhita, with the commentary of Sayana Acharya. Edited by Satyavrata Samasrami. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1871-1878. 5 vols. 36, 936, 18, 547, 22, 688, 22, 562, 46, 674 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 71).

SANDILYA. Bhaktisutra. The aphorisms of Sandilya with the commentary of Swapneswara. Edited by James Robert Ballantyne. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1861. VIII, 74 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 35).

SOYUTI. Itqan. Soyuti’s Itqan on the exegetic sciences of the Qoran. Edited by Basheerood-Deen and Noorool-Haqq with an analysis by Aloys Sprenger. Arabian. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1852-1854. 2 vols. VI, 960 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica 13).

SRI HARSHA. Naishadha Charita. The Uttara Naishadha Charita by Sri Harsha, with the commentary of Narayana. Edited by Eduard Röer. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1851-1855. 2 vols. XXXVIII, 1108 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 10).

TAITTIRIYA PRATISAKHYA. The Taittiriya Pratisakhya, with the commentary entitled the Tribhashyaratna. Edited by Rajendralala Mitra. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1871-1872. XII, 258 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 75).

TAITTIRIYARANYAKA. The Taittiriya Aranyaka of the Black Yajur Veda, with the commentary of Sayanacharya. Edited by Rajendralala Mitra. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1864-1872. 2 vols. VI, 82, 928, 56 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 52).

TAITTIRIYASAMHITA. The Sanhita of the Black Yajurveda, with the commentary of Madhava Acharya. Edited by Eduard Röer, Edward Byles Cowell, Rama Narayana Vidyaratna, Mahesachandra Nyayaratna, Satyaratna Samasrami. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1854-1899. 7 vols. in 10. VI, 1072, X, 824, X, 744, X, 385, XVI, 358,9, II, 326 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 26).

TUSI, MUHAMMAD. Fihris. Tusy’s list of Shy’ah books and Alam Al-Hoda’s notes on Shy’ah biography. Edited by Aloys Sprenger and Abd Al-Haqq. Arabian. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1853-1855. VIII, 383 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 19).

UPANISHADS. Gopalatapaniyopanisad. Gopalatapani of the Atharva Veda with the commentary of Visvesvara. Edited by Harachandra Vidyabhushana and Visvanatha Sastri. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1870. XVIII, 69 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 64).

UPANISHADS. Kausitakibrahmanopanisad. The Kaushitaki-Brahmana-Upanishad with the commentary of Sankarananda. Edited with an English translation by Edward Byles Cowell. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1861. XIV, 191 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 39).

UPANISHADS. Maitryupanisad. The Maitri or Maitrayaniya Upanishad, with the commentary of Ramatirtha. Edited, with an English translation, by Edward Byles Cowell. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1862-1870. XIX, 291 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 42).

UPANISHADS. The Atharvana Upanishads, with the commentary of Narayana. Edited by Ramamaya Tarkaratna. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1872-1874. II, 479 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 76).

UPANISHADS. The Chhandogya Upanishad of the Sama Veda, with extracts from the commentary of Sankara Acharya. Translated by Rajendralala Mitra. English. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1854-1862. XII, 37, 146 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 24).

UPANISHADS. The Isa, Kena, Katha, Prasna, Munda, Mandukya Upanishads, with the commentary of Acharya and the gloss of Ananda Giri. Edited by Eduard Röer. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1849-1850. IV, 598 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 7).

UPANISHADS. The Taittariya Aitareya, Svetasvatara, Kena, Isa, Katha, Prasna, Mundaka and Mandukya Upanishads. Translated by Eduard Röer. English. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1851-1855. VI, 170, II pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 11).

UPANISHADS. The Taittariya and Aittareya Upanishads, with the commentary of Sankara Acharya, and the gloss of Ananda Giri, and the Swetaswatara Upanishad, with the commentary of Sankara Acharya. Edited by Eduard Röer. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1849-1850. XVIII, 378 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 6).

UTMAN IBN-MUHAMMAD AL-MINHAG. Tabaoat-i-Nasiri. The Tabaqat-i Nasiri of Aboo Omar Minhaj al-Din Othman, Ibn Siraj al-Din al-Jawzjani. Edited by William Nassau Lees and Khadim Hosain and Abd-al-Hai. Arabian. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1863-1864. VIII, 453, 15 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 44).

UTMAN IBN MUHAMMAD AL-MINHAQ. The Tabakat-i-Nasiri of Minhaj-i-Saraj, Abu-Umar-i-Usman: A general history of the Muhammadan dynasties of Asia, including Hindustan from A. H. 194 (810 A. D.) to A. H. 658 (1260 A. D.), and the irruption of the infidel Mughals into Islam. Translated by Henry George Raverty. With index in two parts: historical and bibliographical; geographical. English. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1873-1881. 3 vols. II, LXIV, 1296, XXVI, IV, 272 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 78).

VACASPATI MISRA. Bhamati. Bhamati, a gloss on Sankara Acharya’s commentary on the Brahma Sutras, by Vachaspati Misra. Edited by Bala Sastri. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1876-1880. VI, 766 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 83).

VIJNANA BHIKSHU. The Sankhya-Pravachana-Bhashya, a commentary on the aphorisms of the Hindu atheistic philosophy, by Vijnana Bhikshu. Edited by Fitz-Edward Hall. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1854-1856. IV, 66, 233, 55 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 27).

VISWANATHA KAVIRAJA. Sahitya-Darpana. The Sahitya-Darpana or mirror of composition, a treatise on literay criticism by Viswanatha Kaviraja. The text revised from the edition of the Committee of Public Instruction by Eduard Röer. Translated by James Robert Ballantyne and Pramada-Dasa Mitra. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1850-1875. 2 vols. XIV, 112, 346, 19 pp. (text), XX, 444 pp. (translation). (Bibliotheca Indica, 9).

VISWANATHA PANCHANANA. Bhasapariccheda. Division of the categories of the Nyaya philosophy, with a commentary by Viswanatha Panchanana. Edited, and the text translated from the original Sanscrit by Eduard Röer. Sanscrit. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1850. XIV, 147, XXXIII, 81 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 8).

WAQIDI. Futuh As-Sam. The conquest of Syria commonly ascribed to Aboo Abd Allah Mohammad Ben Omar Al-Waqidi. Edited with notes by William Nassau Lees. Arabian. Reprint of the edition Calcutta 1853-1862. 2 vols. XXVIII, 131, 193, IV, 14, 201, 272 pp. (Bibliotheca Indica, 18).