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1 Pulasth Soobah Roodurmum; Foreword By V.N. Jha; Edited By Kanshi Ram
Bhamati and Vivarana Schools of Advaita Vedanta: A Critical Approach
Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2002; 8120818903 / 9788120818903; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 312. 027026

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2 Kanshi Ram
Integral Non-Dualism (A Critical Exposition of Vijnanabhiksu's System of Philosophy)
Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 8120812123 / 9788120812123; First Edition; New; 
029879

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3 Mithilesh Chaturvedi (Ed.) & Kanshi Ram (Tr.)
Laghusiddhantakaumudi of Sri Varadaraja (Vyakarana Grantha)
Chowkhamba Sanskrit Series Office; Varanasi, India; 2010; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
100784

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4 Yogi Pranavananda; edited with Introduction By Tony Rodriguez and Dr Kanshi Ram
Pure Yoga: A Translation from the Sanskrit Into English of the tantric work, The Gherandasamhita, with a Guiding Commentary
Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2000; 8120815084 / 9788120815087; Reprint; Paperback; Very Good; 
Printed Pages: 211. 039722

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5 Mithilesh Chaturvedi (Ed.) & Kanshi Ram (Tr.)
The Laghusiddhantakaumudi of Varadaraja (Volume 1: A Primer of Panini's Grammar)
Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2010; 8120834518 / 9788120834514; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Varadaraja wrote the Laghusiddhantakaumudi, a short version of Bhattojidiksita's Siddhantakaumudi, in order to inculcate an ability in beginners to gain access to the Astadhyayi as he claims in the invocatory verse. This work, which is the first of the three-volume project, covers 371 sutras on samjna, sandhi, subanta and avyaya prakaranas. It includes the translation of the sutra and the vrtti on it by Varadaraja, which is followed by the paraphrased sutra in which padas are kept in nonsandhi form. The carried over padas are given along with the sutras from the Astadhyayi from which they have been carried over. In the elucidation that follows the paraphrase, the meaning of the sutra and the vrtti thereon is explained in detail. Relevant grammatical aspects have also been discussed so that some light is thrown on the depth and nuances of vyakarana-sastra. The present work fulfils a compelling need for a detailed commentary on the Laghusiddhantakaumudi in English.Printed Pages: 644. 102557

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6 Mithilesh Chaturvedi (Ed.) & Kanshi Ram (Tr.)
The Laghusiddhantakaumudi of Varadaraja (Volume 2: A Primer of Panini's Grammar)
Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2011; 8120835336 / 9788120835337; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
The present volume, which is the second of the three-volume-series, expounds 391 sutras of the Laghusiddhantakaumudi that explain the conjugational process of verbal roots and related grammatical principles. When the verbal terminations, that is tin-affixes which are replacements for the abstract affix are introduced, the conjugational process is set in motion. This process is more complex than the declensional process of nominal stems. This is the reason why the exposition o the conjugation of verbal stems requires a more detailed analysis for the sake of comprehensibility and clarity. The verbal roots after which the verbal terminations are added are listed in the dhatupatha and arranged in ten groups known as ganas. There are about 1944 verbal roots out of which 226 have been treated in the present work, besides the five sautra roots. The second kind of verbal roots, after which the verbal endings are introduced, are those which are derived with the introduction of the following twelve affixes: san, kyac, kamyac, kyan, kyas, kvip, nic, yan, yak, aya, iyan and nin. The latter kind of derived verbal roots are assigned the dhatu-designation by sanadyanta dhatavah (467). The personal verbal terminations which are used after both kinds of verbal stems are prescribed in the governing domain of dhatoh. They are divided into two mutually exclusive categories: sarvadhatuka and ardhadhatuka. The derivational journey of a verbal root starts with the introduction of the abstract affix and ends with the finished verbal form fit to be used in an actual utterance. As such, the significance of the conjugational analysis can be inferred from the important role that a finished verbal form plays in a sentence. The transformations, which a verbal stem under goes till it reaches the finished form with which it is actually used in a speech condition, are so varied and sometimes so drastic that the original form of the verbal root becomes difficult to identify. That is why it is of prime importance to have a sound knowledge of the conjugational derivation of a verbal root, which is the subject-matter of the present volume.Printed Pages: 757. 102558

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7 Mithilesh Chaturvedi (Ed.) & Kanshi Ram (Tr.)
The Laghusiddhantakaumudi of Varadaraja (Volume 3: A Primer of Panini's Grammar)
Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 201; 8120836162 / 9788120836167; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
The present volume, which is the third and final of the three-volume-series, consists of five chapters containing the elucidated translation of 508 sutras and 69 varttikas which lay down the meaning conditions for the use of case-endings and explain the derivational process of primary (krdanta) and secondary (taddhitanta) derivates, compounds (samasa) and feminine forms. The scheme and method of exposition adopted in the preceding two volumes have been followed here also. In the first chapter, the krt-affixes are expounded. The affixes, which are prescribed after verbal roots in the governing domain of dhatoh (763) and are other than tin-affixes, are designated as krt in accordance with the aphorism krdatin (301). These primary affixes are employed to form nominal bases like karta, pacaka, etc. and other primary derivatives such as pitva, gacchan, etc. These affixes have been treated under four heads in the Laghu: (1) krtya affixes, (2) purvakrdanta, (3) unadisutras and (4) uttarakrdanta. The second chapter entitled vibhaktyartha-prakarana discusses the karaka and upapada case-endings very briefly. The third chapter is devoted to compounds (samasa). The words for the sake of brevity. The purpose of the grammatical function of compounding words is to bring about a unique single word which is to have one main accent (aikapadyam aikasvaryan ca samasatvad bhavati, Kasika on Pa 2.1.27). To explain, the syntactically and semantically connected words rajnah and purusah occurring in the string rajnah purusah, are combined into a single compound word rajapurusah by sasthi (927). Since it is treated as a single word, it has one main accent, that is, the last vowel a, following the cerebral sibilant s, is marked with the udatta accent by samasasya Pa. 6.1.223. The fourth chapter explains the derivational process after the introduction of taddhita affixes which are introduced after a finished word ending in a sup-affix which is deleted as the derivatives formed with these affixes are assigned the pratipadika designation by krttaddhitasamasasca (116). The last chapter contains the elucidation of the sutras which prescribe feminine affixes to form feminine derivates.Printed Pages: 675. 102559

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