An exhaustive collection of popular maxims (nyayas) of Sanskrit literature with English translation and notes.
This book, Laukika Nyayanjali (लौकिक न्यायाञ्जलिः) or Handful of Popular Maxims, contains three volumes of handful of popular Sanskrit maxims authored by Col. G. A. Jacob in the beginning of 20th century. A “nyaya” is a popular maxim (proverbial saying) that illustrates a general truth, fundamenatl principle or rule of conduct.
Apart from giving an insight into the life and beliefs of ancient people these maxims are current and useful in scholarly discussions and academic gatherings among Sanskritists. These Nyayas are still valuable and relevant in judicial circles in the interpretations of law and jurisprudence in modern India. Sanskrit poets have enriched and embellished Sanskrit language by various devices among which the maxims or Nyayas occupy an important place.
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shilaputrak nyaya, kapinjaladhikaran nyaya, naparishtah guravo vadanti nyaya , shringagrahika nyaya , chhatrinogacchanti nyaya , shatpatrabhedna nyaya
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There is remark by a very great poet whose work is not appreciated says that the “time is endless and earth is very big someone sometime will appreciate my work and i am ready to wait”Kalovyham Vipula ch pruthwi” i want the complete subhashit can someone pl provide
Ashok Kavthekar, It was Bhavabhuti who said so. Complete verses is here – ये नाम केचिदिह न प्रथयन्त्यवज्ञां जानन्ति ते किमपि तान् प्रति नैष यत्नः। उत्पत्स्यते तु मम कोऽपि समानधर्मा कालो ह्मयं निरवधिः विपुला च पृथ्वी।। Please read the following article for details – http://pustak.org/bs/home.php?bookid=7017
I have the third volume of Loukika Nyayanjali by Col.G.A.Jacob, printed in 1911 ( 2nd edn)published by Nirnaya-Sagar press. I am happy and grateful that all the three volumes are made available by you.
At the link, the book is removed from Mediafire site.
Damodas Das, Thanks for pointing out the error. I have added new links.
I am interested in this book.I also have good knowledge of Sanskrit.
Is there a book on nyayas explained in Sanskrit, without English translation? As in – nyayas in Sanskrit explained in sanskrit.
The following books are collections of Nyayas with Sanskrit commentary.
1. Bhuvanesa Laukikanyayasahasri by Thakurdatta Sharma – bibliographical details at http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/843741368
Digital library of India has 2 poor scans of this book.
Bhuvane Shaloki Kanyay Sahastri. 99999990311189. P. Thakur Datt Sharma. 1901. sanskrit. Literature. 341 pgs.
Bhuvaneshalaukikanyayasahastri.. 1999990073478. Thakur, Datta. 1908. sanskrit. Literature. 347 pgs.
2. Nyayokti Kosa by Chabinath Mishra. Bibliographical details at http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/150446135
3. Laukika Nyaya Kosa by PG Lalye and Madhusudan Penna published by Samskrita Bharati. Publication details at https://samskritabharati.in/preview.php?s_bharti=ODg5MjMzMTI0Mzg3NDE=
Actually it good to read books for gaining knowledge. Actually all the pdf’s are good
Can i get ebook of Nyayoktikosah by chhabinath mishra
Please search at archive.org