|LC Classifications||PK402 .I55 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||320 p. :|
|Number of Pages||320|
|LC Control Number||2008390098|
Genre/Form: Periodicals Périodiques: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Indologica Taurinensia (DLC)sn (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource. An earlier version of this work was published by Indologica Taurinensia, Official Organ of the International Association of Sanskrit Studies, Volume XXXVI. Torino (Italy), Preface to the 2nd Edition (December, ). INDOLOGICA TAURINENSIA I ATTI DEL CONVEGNO INTERNAZIONALE DI STUDI INDOLOGICI. TORINO, aprile ISTITUTO DJ INDOLOGIA - TORINO. JOHN BROUGH. PROBLEMS OF THE book. ‘ The Jaina Narrative Literature in South India and Its Counterparts ’, Indologica Taurinensia 97 – Flügel, Peter (ed.) Studies in Jaina History and Culture: Disputes and Dialogues.
Rakshasa as depicted in Yakshagana, an art form of coastal Karnataka. A Rakshasa is a demonic being from Hindu mythology made its way into other religions, the rakshasa was later incorporated into sas are also called maneaters (Nri-chakshas, Kravyads).A female rakshasa is known as a Rakshasi.A female Rakshasa in human form is a Manushya-Rakshasi. Foreword I met Fabrizian Baldissera for the first time at the Third World Sanskrit Conference held in Paris on June , At that Conference she presented a paper on the hitherto unpublished Bhana, Saradatilaka by Sankara. (That paper has since been published under the title “Note on the Bhana Saradatilaka)” in Indologica Taurinensia, Vol. VI, , pp. ). 8 Indologica Taurinensia, () claimed by be lievers in other alleged relig ious experiences or revelations, such as those contained in the Purāṇas, the Tantras. Book Description. The study of Hinduism is fragmented among many disciplines. Early academic study of Hinduism was overwhelmingly a study of texts, and while a strong philological tradition continues to characterise much work on Hinduism (in particular in Indology), very different materials and questions animate debates among anthropologists, sociologists, historians, philosophers, and others.
Indologica Taurinensia 43 (). PRADIP BHATTACHARYA, trans. from Sanskrit, The Mahabharata of Vyasa: The Complete Shantiparva Part 2: Mokshadharma, Writers Workshop, Kolkata, , pp. , Rs. /- The book reviewed here is Pradip Bhattacharya’s translation of Mokṣadharmaparvan in the Śānti-Parvan of Mahābhārata, which starts from Section of the Śānti . Indologica Taurinensia 34 () Verfasst von pw am Mo, 06/08/ - Sanskrit; Zeitschrift; International Association of Sanskrit Studies (Hrsg.): Indologica Taurinensia: the journal of the International Association of Sanskrit Studies / founded and . Indologica Taurinensia, 40 () Indras warrior paradise or in the worlds of other gods. In Book Eighteen of the Mbh, all epic heroes eventually find themselves in paradise, each one becoming either maximally close to his ³heavenly father, the god whose incarnation he was upon earth. It can also serve as good reading material for any faith-directed intellectual. overall, this is an excellent book of sources of multiple-life investigation scholars can enjoy reading and recommend to their students as well.' Problems of Interrelation and Diffusion ’, Indologica Taurinensia –