Arjuna's combat with the Kirata

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Harvard University, 1912 - Oriental literature - 206 pages
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Page 206 - Vedic Concordance : being an alphabetic index to every line of every stanza of the published Vedic literature and to the liturgical formulas thereof, that is, an index (in Roman letters) to the Vedic mantras, together with an account of their variations in the different Vedic books.
Page 205 - One dollar ($1.00)=Marks 4.18=francs or lire 5.15=4 shillings and 2 pence=3 rupees. — Volume 10 is royal 4° (32 cm.); volumes 7 and 8 are superroyal 8° (28 cm.) ; the rest are royal 8° (26 cm.). All are now bound durably in full buckram with gilt top. Volume 1.
Page 206 - Volumes 7 and 8. Atharva-Veda. Translated, with a critical and exegetical commentary, by the late Professor WD WHITNEY, of Yale University ; revised and brought nearer to completion and edited by CR LANMAN. 1905. Pages, 1212. (The work includes critical notes on the text, with various readings of European and Hindu mss. ; readings of the...
Page 200 - ... reinen Gestade, Mit lauter Stimme von Möw' und Schwan Rief gleichsam der Strom die Frau'n zum Bade. 8.28 Vom glutendämpfenden, LotosduftVerhauchenden, wehenden leis' und linde, Geboten ward gleichsam den Schönen der Arm Vom wellenkranzumfangenden Winde.
Page 205 - Gesellschaft ; Member of the American Philosophical Society ; Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences ; Foreign Member of the Royal Bohemian Society of Sciences ; Honorary Correspondent...
Page 206 - Panchatantra, in order to show the genetic relations in which the Sanskrit recensions of the Panchatantra stand to one another, and the value of the manuscripts of the single recensions.) Volume 14. The Fanchatantra : a collection of ancient Hindu tales, in its oldest recension, the Kashmirian, entitled Tantrakhyayika.
Page 202 - Nymphen sich zeigte milde. 45. Vom schnalzenden Fisch an der Hüfte berührt, Vor Schreck ausbreitend des Arm's Gezweige, Ein Schauspiel bieten die Schönen dar Den Freundinnen selbst, den Freunden geschweige. 46. Als wie aus Furcht vor dem Fisch in der Flut, Hat eine Spröde den Freund umschlungen; An Schönen gefällt ein verstelltes Thnn, Aus unverstellter Neigung entsprungen.
Page xi - The subject of that celebrated poem is ARJUNA'S obtaining celestial arms from SIVA, INDRA, and the rest of the gods, to be employed against DURYODHANA. It is by a rigid observance of severe austerities in the first instance, and afterwards by his prowess in a conflict with SIVA (in the disguise of a mountaineer), that ARJUNA prevails. This is the whole subject of the poem...
Page 206 - Kashmirian version ; notices of corresponding passages in the other Vedas, with report of variants ; data of the scholiasts as to authorship and divinity and meter of each verse ; extracts from the ancillary literature concerning ritual...
Page 202 - Frau'ngesichte den Schein von Nymphä'n, An welchen Trauben von Bienen hangen. 48. Ausstreckend der Hände junges Gespross Im Wasser, eya! dem gar zu tiefen, Ward Freundsumfahung der Stolzen zu Theil, Ohne dass sie Gespielen als frech beriefen.

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