Author:Lata Mahesh Deokar (Ed.)


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Subhuticandra's Kavikamadhenu on Amarakosa 1.1.1-1.4.8: Together with Si Tu Pan Chen's Tibetan Translation (Indica Et Tibetica:55)

By: Lata Mahesh Deokar (Ed.)

Price: $49.00

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Aditya Prakashan: 2014

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 100012

ISBN: 392377656X

Condition: New

The Kavikamadhenu (composed between 1050 and 1120) is the longest and perhaps most important commentary on the Amarakosa. It quotes from almost 200 authorities and sources. So far less than 20 per cent of the Sanskrit text is accessible, although much more is extant in Tibet. The above-mentioned work is based on a precious codex unicus from Tibet. A sequel, based on a fragmentary Indian manuscript and covering the next 15 per cent of the work is under preparation. Printed Pages: 609 with View more info

Vrttamalastuti of Jnanasrimitra with Sakyaraksita’s Vrttamala(stuti)vivrti, (Critical Edition)

By: Michael Hahn (Ed.), S.S. Bahulkar, Lata Mahesh Deokar & M.A. Deokar (Rev.)

Price: $20.05

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Aditya Prakashan: 2016

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 111488

ISBN: 8177421611

Condition: New

The Vrttamalastuti or 'Praise in the Form of a Garland of Metres Counted by Syllables' is a unique piece of literature composed by Jnanasrimitra, who taught Buddhist philosophy and other subjects at the university of Vikramasila in the first half of the 11th century. This work illustrates 150 metres in the form of a hymn, as indicated by its title. The addressee is the Bodhisattva Manjusri. With great ingenuity Jnanasrimitra manages to include the name of each metre in the respective stanza in such a manner that it becomes a natural part of the praise of Manjusri. Some of the names of the metr... View more info