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‘Samskrita Vaangmaye Visvakosaah‘ by Sanskrit poet Sri. S. Jagannatha of Mysore is an introduction to the encyclopedic works in Sanskrit literature such as (Raja) Manasollasa of Somesvara, Sivatattvaratnakara of Keladi Basavaraja and Laghusabdasarvasva of Paravastu Venkatarangacharya. The present edition of this book is a revised version of author’s monograph on this subject published by Sri […]

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Jagadvachanavaahinee is an anthology of ‘vachanas’, thought provoking quotations in Sanskrit prose, composed by Sanskrit poet S. Jagannatha of Mysore. The author has composed the vachanas in imitation of the well known vachanas in Kannada mystic literature. जगन्नाथकवेः इयं नवीना कृतिः जगद्वचनवाहिनी वचनवाङ्ग्मयमिति कन्नडभाषायां प्रसिद्धस्य क्वाचित्केनाकृत्यनुकरणेन सृष्टानां वाक्यानां संकलनम्। प्रतिवचनं वचनकाराणां वास्तविकमभिधानमाहोस्वित् स्वयं सृष्टं नाम […]

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एस्. जगन्नाथकविना विरचितायां चित्रितानि चिन्तनानि इत्याख्यायां प्रकृतायां रचनायां एकपञ्चाशद् गदनानि सन्ति। तानि च नूतनं गन्धं जिघ्रांसूनां कृते सृष्टानि यानि यदृच्छया हृदयादुद्गताभिर्भावधारभिश्चित्रैश्चानुसृतानि। Chitritani Chintanani is the Sanskrit rendering of ‘Wrought Intentions’, an anthology of Sanskrit poems by S. Jagannatha translated into Sanskrit by the author himself. The poems are created for those who want fresh air […]

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The Bibliotheca Indica, started in 1849 by Royal Asiatic Society, Bengal is perhaps the earliest Indological series. This series consists of a collection of rare and unpublished works belonging to or treating of Oriental literature and contains original text-editions as well as translations into English, and also grammars, dictionaries, bibliographies, and studies. Out of 277 […]

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Sanskrit poet and writer S. Jagannatha is indeed familiar to visitors of this blog. His books ‘Astavystam‘, ‘Dve Mukhe‘ and ‘Abhanakajagannatha’ were posted to this blog sometime back. It is our good fortune that the author thought it fit to share with us his latest work ‘Gandhavali’, an anthology of 335 muktakas* composed in a […]

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Tantric Texts Series Edited by Arthur Avalon (John Woodroffe) and published by Agamanusandhana Samiti, Calcutta. Tantric Texts Series 1. Tantrabhidhanam with Bijanighantu & Mudranighantu – A Tantric Dictionary (NEW) 2. Shatchakranirupanam (Serpant Power) with 2 commentaries – Taranatha Vaidyaratna 3. Prapachasaratantram (reprinted as volumes 18 & 19) 4. Kulachudamani Tantra – Girish Chandra Vedantatirtha 5. […]

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Complete works of Pandit Jibananda Vidyasagara Bhattacharya consist of around 200 texts – some of these were originally written by him while some others were commented, edited and published by him. They cover a wide range of subjects like Vedic literature, Puranas, Tantras, Mimamsa, Nyaya, Vaiseshika, Sankhya, Yoga, Sanskirt Kavyas, Vyakarana, etc. A Short Biographical […]

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अपवादं तिरस्कृत्य पाणिन्यसत्त्वकं चिरं। कृत्स्ना च कौमुदी येन सरलया हि टीकिता॥ विजयो वङ्गवासिनां पुनर्येन नवीकृतः। कृत्याऽनया नवीनया विशालबुद्धिना खलु॥ तारानाथं प्रणम्य तं वाचस्पत्यादिकारकं। कृतिः सा सरला तस्य पुनरुत्सृज्यते मुदा॥ परमप्रमोदास्पदमिदं यत् पण्डितरूपैः श्रीमद्भिस्तारानाथतर्कवाचस्पतिभट्टाचार्यमहाभागैर्विनिर्मिता वैयाकरणसिद्धान्तकौमुद्याष्टीका सरला नाम बहुवर्षात्परं विदुषां पुरस्तात् पुनःप्रस्तूयते। वाङ्गैश्च पण्डितैः कृतानां कौमुदीटीकानां मध्य इयमेव प्राथम्येन परिगणनार्हेति श्रीशम्भुचन्द्रविद्यारत्नप्रणीततर्कवाचस्पतिमहाभागानां जीवनचरिततः प्रतीयते। श्रूयते ततश्चास्या दर्शनेन काशीस्थानामपि […]

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‘Dve Mukhe’ by S. Jagannatha consists of two short poems in Samskrta namely, Moghaduta (not Meghaduta), a humorous poetry ridiculing love (written in mandakranta metre) and Lokalankara-pankiya, a work of humorous figures of speech containing 112 examples with definitions (written in anustubh metre). DOWNLOAD ‘DVE MUKHE’ E-BOOK

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Anandashram Samskrita Granthavali (Anandashram Sanskrit Series) is a collection of ancient, very rare Sanskrit works published by Anandashram, Pune from the year 1888 to 1942. A total of 144 books on Vedasamhita, Aranyakas, Brahmanas, Upanishads, Srautasutras, Grahyasutras, Mimamsa, Puranas, Kavya, Vyakarakana, etc were published under this series. Out of this, four books are in Marathi […]

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