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1 D.D. Kosambi (ed.)
Bhartrhari's Satakatrayam with the Oldest Commentary of Jain Scholar Dhanasaragani with Principal Variants from Many manuscripts, Etc.
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2002; 8121510341 / 9788121510349; Reprint; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 162. 024022

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2 D.D. Kosambi (ed.)
Bhartrhari's Satakatrayam with the Oldest Commentary of the Jain Scholar Dhanasaragani with Principal Variants from Many Manuscripts, Etc.
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2002; 8121510341 / 9788121510349; Reprint; Hard Cover; New; New; 
The project to reprint D.D. Kosambi's unsurpassed works on Bhartrihari's Satakatrayam, i.e. the result of his extended editorial, critical, analytical and exegetical endeavours, is systematically following upon that of his critical edition of the Satakatraya itself in 2000,-of his edition of the epigrams together with the oldest available commentary by the Jain scholar Dhanasaragani. This is no doubt yet another must for all sahrdayas. Printed Pages: 162. 002167

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3 D.D. Kosambi
The Epigrams Attributed to Bhartrhari: Including the Three Centuries for the First Time collected and Critically Edited, with Principal Variants and an Introduction; Foreword By Acharya Jinavijaya Muni; Preface By Prof. Albrecht Wezler
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2000; 8121509750 / 9788121509756; Reprint; Hard Cover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 260. 002623

Price: 18.25 USD
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4 D.D. Kosambi; Edited By Brajadulal Chattopadhyaya
The Oxford India Kosambi
Oxford University Press; New Delhi, India; 2009; 0198060181 / 9780198060185; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Accepted as a polymath, D.D. Kosambi was first to use an interdisciplinary method in historical investigation, and to deploy his mathematical and scientific genius to the study of issues as wide ranging as the reading of ancient Indian texts, numismatics, philology, religion, historical reconstruction, archaeology, and anthropology. Professionally trained as a mathematician, he also contributed prodigiously to indological studies—both as an editor of classical Sanskrit texts, and as an interpreter of India’s historical past. The Oxford India Kosambi, part of the prestigious Oxford India Collection, brings together many significant writings spanning an illustrious, often pioneering career of almost thirty years. Compiled and edited by an eminent historian, B.D. Chattopadhyaya, it exemplifies the versatility and breadth of Kosambi’s work. In an essay especially written to mark Kosambi’s birth centenary, Chattopadhyaya suggests a re-reading of the scholar before situating him in any intellectual or ideological framework. The editor also includes one of Kosambi’s rare though fascinating essays on the study of mother goddess cult sites. 026510

Price: 30.00 USD
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5 D.D. Kosambi
Unsettling the Past: Unknown Aspects and Scholarly
Orient BlackSwan; New Delhi, India; 2014; 8178243849 / 9788178243849; Softcover; New; 
Of virtually no modern historian other than D.D. Kosambi (1907–1966) can it be said: ‘He changed the way in which Indian history was conceptualized and written.’ In fact, the term ‘Renaissance man’ springs to mind because Kosambi’s intellectual contributions cross disciplinary boundaries, ranging from ancient history to mathematics to Sanskrit literature to numismatics to India’s energy policy. This book contains relatively unknown writings by Kosambi, including several obscure but important essays and an unpublished children’s story. Also made available here for the first time are some wonderful letters that Kosambi wrote to, among others, the scientist Homi Bhabha and the writer-historian Robert Graves. These reveal Kosambi’s mastery of the epistolary art. Other sections contain tributes to Kosambi by his friends, and essays by major contemporary scholars on his contributions in diverse fields. The volume gives a new and well-rounded picture of Kosambi’s writings, as well as mature assessments of his scholarship by some of the best minds of our time.Printed Pages: 402. 101918

Price: 9.96 USD
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