The Practical Sanskrit-English Dictionary: Containing Appendices on Sanskrit Prosody and Important Literary and Geographical Names of Ancient India
Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 1965 - Sanskrit language - 1163 pages
This dictionary gives full explanations of the more important technical terms, particularly Nyaya (the school of logic in Hindu philosophy), Alankara (spiritual awareness and growth), Vedanta (one of six orthodox philosophical systems or viewpoints rooted in the Upanishads ), dramaturgy (the art of writing and producing plays ) and grammar. Quotations in Sanskrit are given wherever the author has considered them helpful to the student's understanding.
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