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Preface:

One hundred years ago, the Adyar Library began its career with a modest collection of books. But the Founder, Col. H. S. Olcott, was a man of vision who saw a great future for the institution. In his eyes, it was to be not only an instrument for the revival of Sanskrit literature, but a 'power and blessing to the world', making available once again the wisdom and insights which were part of India's living traditions.

From 1879 onwards, the Theosophical Society in India sponsored the founding and maintenance of Sanskrit schools and encouraged the study of valuable Sanskrit texts. Sanskritic literature and culture have always been a powerful influence towards the integration of India. Diverse though the schools of thought in India were, they were held together by a common foundation and sustained by a vigorous intellectual quest and concern for truth which are clearly reflected in the Sanskrit learning through the Adyar Library, the Founder and other dedicated scholars in fact worked for the spiritual resuscitation of mankind.

Since its founding, the Adyar Library has grown into an institution of renown, attracting students and savants from all over the world. Its valuable collection of manuscripts and books has placed the Library in a position of advantage for research work. Its publications include texts and studies on a wide variety of subjects such as philosophy, religions, language, literature, music and astronomy. The facilities which this institution offers have earned for it the accolade, not only of Indologists, but also students of Indian culture. The non-denominational character of this centre is conductive to the meeting of minds from East and West, Buddhist, Hindu, Islamic, Jain and Zoroastrian.

The Adyar Library and Research Centre is an example of what voluntary effort can achieve, for most of the scholars and the dedicated workers who have given of themselves to the institution rendered service motivated purely by love of learning. Their work has been their best reward. The maintenance of the Library and its publication programme during these hundred years have been financed almost entirely by donations from members of the Theosophical Society all over the world.

The Golden Jubilee of Brahmavidya coincides with the Centenary of the Adyar Library and Research Centre. This special issue of the journal contains contributions from distinguished scholars. On this occasion, other important publications are also being released. An Endowment Fund is being set up to put the research and publication work on a stable base in these days of rising costs.

As the present President of the Theosophical Society, I take this opportunity of paying homage to the Founder of the Library and to all those-Directors, Curators, Librarians and others-Who have made the Adyar Library and Research Centre what it is. I also thank all the scholars who have contributed to this volume of Brahmavidya. We pray on this occasion that our work will flourish and find fulfilment by bringing about a great sense of unity in mankind and the wisdom which will help human beings to discover their true potential for well being.

 

Radha Burnier
President
The Theosophical Society

November 1986

 

CONTENTS

 

  PAGE
PREFACE: RADHA BURNIER iii
LOKESH CHANDRA  
  The Cultural Symphony of India and Greece 1
MINORU HARA  
  A Note on the Sanskrit Word Sila 21
GEORGE CARDONA  
  Panini and Unadisutra 2.84 46
CHRISTIAN LINDTNER  
  Bhavya, The Logician 58
J. GONDA  
  The Pronoun Ka and the Proper Name Ka 85
JOHN A. TABER  
  Utpaladeva's Isvarasiddhi 106
SENGAKU MAYEDA  
  Samkara and Narayana Guru 138
RICHARD SALOMON  
  The Svetasvatara and the Nasadiya:
Vedic Citations in a Saiva Upanisad
165
T. VENKATACHARYA  
  Some Idioms of Respect in the Sakuntala and their inside story 179
WILHELM RAU  
  Poetical Conventions in Indian Kavya Literature 191
J. DUNCAN M. DERRETT  
  The Homelessness of the Religious Leader 198
TH. DAMSTEEGT  
  Ajneya's 1947 -Stories 218
H. W. BAILEY  
  A Note on Nakula-'Ichneumon' 247
S. SANKARANARAYANAN  
  Krauncavadha Passage in the Dhvanyaloka-A review of the reading 250
WILHELM HALBFASS  
  Mallavadin and Early Vaisesika Ontology 271
ANAND AMALADASS  
  The Concept of Beauty According to Anandavardhana 287
HAROLD COWARD  
  Oral and Written Texts in Buddhism 299
K. SATCHIDANANDA MURTY  
  Ethics and Values: A Hindu View 314
H. W. BODEWITZ  
  Prana, Apana and other Prana-s in Vedic Literature 326
LUDO ROCHER  
  An Anonymous Tract on Inheritance from Bengal 349
S. S. JANAKI  
  Kalidasa and Abhinavagupta 359
ALEX WAYMAN  
  The Vedic Three Worlds in early and later times 373
R. NATH  
  Sanskrit Text on Jali (Jalaka) 388
L. A. VAN DALLEN  
  Two Notes on Ramayana Textual Criticism 402
KATSUHIKO KAMIMURA  
  Is the Word Mukhya vrtti Synonymous with Abhidha according to Bhatta Lollata? 418
A. WEZLER  
  Cattle, Field and Barley: A note on Mahabhasya I 377.
24-27 (Studies in Patanjali's Mahabhasya III)
431
MADHAV M. DESHPANDE  
  Some Facts of Paninian Morphology 478
K. V. SARMA  
  Scientific Texts in Sanskrit in Aid of Modern Science 490
SADASHIV A. DANGE  
  Ritual-Variation and the Principle of 'Sampad'
(From the Aitareya Brahmana)
498
C. RAJENDRAN  
  Mahimabhatta's Concept of Alamkara-s 512
T. S. RUKMANI  
  Avidya in the System of Yoga and an Analysis of the Negation in it 526
S. SINGARAVELU  
  Some Aspects of Syncretism between Hindu religious
belief and the indigenous Malay folk-belief in
penninsular Malaysia
535
YUDHISTHIRA MIMAMSAK  
  Rain Symbol in Soma-Yoga 540
NAVJIVAN RASTOGI  
  A Note on the Five-source Theory of the Tantric Origin in the Tantraloka 548
M. SRIMANNARAYANA MURTI  
  Different Views regarding the Signification of the primary Suffix iva 561
E. R. SREEKRISHNA SARMA  
  Bhartrhari as an Advaitin 579
G. V. DEVASTHALI  
  Kramapatha of Rgveda 2.1 explained 586
K. KUNJUNNI RAJA  
  The First Line in Dhvanyalokakarika, I. I. 618
NOTES AND REVIEWS
 
Notes:   623
  The Adyar Library Centenary 623
  Colloquium 624
Obituary:  
  Prof. A. A. Ramanathan 627
Reviews:  
  Ludo Rocher: A History of Indian Literature. The Puranas 629
  D. Wujastyk: A Handlist of Sanskrit and Prakrit manuscripts in the Library of the Wellcome Institute for the history of medicine 630
  Venkatratnam and R. Sarat Babu: Simplified Catalogue of palmleaf and paper manuscripts 631
  Sebastian J. Carri: Contribution of Bhatta Bhaskara Misra to Vedic Exegesis 632
  V. S. Venkataraghavacharya: Rgvedi Purvaprayoga 632
N. V. P. Unithiri: Catalogue of manuscripts 632
Samiran Chandra Chakrabarti: The Paribhasas in the Srautasutras 633
Eivind Kahrs: Kalyanamitraraganam 636
Gatare Dhammapala: Buddhist Studies 636
Swami Mahadevanada: Devotional songs of Narsi Mehta 637
  Sadashiv A. Dange: Encyclopaedia of Puranic beliefs and practices 638
  K. V. Sarma: Index to the All India Oriental Conference 639
K. V. Sarma and B. V. Subbarayappa:
Indian Astronomy-A Source-Book
639
A. K. Rudolf Hoernle and Herberto A. Stark:
A History of India
640
  O. P. Ghai: Unity in Diversity 641
  Uma Marina Vesci: Heat and Sacrifice in Vedas 641
  Kenneth G. Zysk: Religious Healing in the Veda 642
  Vijayapala: Katyayaniya Rksarvanukramani 643
  T. R. Krishnacharya and T. R. Vyasacharya:
Srimanmahabharatam
644
  Asko Parpola: The Sky-Garment 644
  Ronald Stuart Mc Gregor: Hindi Literature from its beginnings to the Nineteenth Century 645
  Ramachandra Kesav Bhagwat: Amrtanubhava of Jnanadev (Translation) 645
Kantilal Baldevram Vyas: Apabhramsa of Hemacandra 646
  M. A. Lakshmithathachar: Visistavaiatkosa (Vol. I) 647
  Richard Gotshalk: Bhagavadgita (Translation and Commentary) 647
  Lizclle Reymond: The Dedicated 648
  Kenneth R. Hall: Maritime Trade and State
Development in Early Southeast Asia
649
  Oscar Botto: Valmiki Ramayana: Translation of Gorresio's Preface 650
  J. F. Staal: A Reader on the Sanskrit Grammarians 650
  Franklin Edgerton: Mimamsanyayaprakasa 651
  Waris Shah: 'HIR' zur Strukturalen Deutung des Panjabi--Epos 651
  Klaus Ruping: (ed.) Grundlagen Indischer Dichtung und Indischer Denkens by Paul Hacker 651
  Dipak Bhattacharya: Mythological and Ritual
Symbolism-A Study with reference to the Vedic and Tantric Agni
653
  Dr. R. C. Hazra: Dr. R. C. Hazra commemoration Volume 655
  D. C. Sircar: Select Inscriptions 655
  Ludo Rocher: Ezourvedam. A French Veda of the eighteenth century 656
  K. Satchidananda Murty: Philosophy in India-Traditions, Teaching and Research 657
  M. Sundar Raj: Veda and Vedanta
Satyadeva Vasisthta: Satyagraha-niti-kavyam with
Auto-commentary in Sanskrit and Hindi translation
660
  Ashutosh Bhattacharya; Studies in Post-Sankara Dialectics 661
  A. Mahadeva Sastri: The Vedanta Doctrine of Sri Sankaracarya 662
  Satyadeva Vasishta: Visnu-Sahasranama-Stotram with Satyabhasya 662
  Satyadeva Vasishta Naditattvadarsanam
(with Ravana-Nadi and Hindi Rendering)
663
  V. Subrahmanya Sastrigal and P. V. Sivarama
Dikshitar: Srimad-Bhagavadgita with Sankara Bhasya, Anandagiri-tika and Bhasyotkarsadipika
664
  John Stratton Howley and Donna Marie Wulff:
The Divine Consort
665
  S. N. Pendse: Oaths and Ordeals in Dharmasastra 666
  G. H. Tarlekar: The Saman Chants-A Review of Research 667
  V. Srinivasa Rao: Kirtananjali 667
  Ivan Kocmarek: Language and Release:
Sarvajnatman's Pancaprakriya
668
  S. Sankaranarayanan: Srimad-Bhagavadgita with
Gitarthasangraha of Abhinavagupta
668

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Preface:

One hundred years ago, the Adyar Library began its career with a modest collection of books. But the Founder, Col. H. S. Olcott, was a man of vision who saw a great future for the institution. In his eyes, it was to be not only an instrument for the revival of Sanskrit literature, but a 'power and blessing to the world', making available once again the wisdom and insights which were part of India's living traditions.

From 1879 onwards, the Theosophical Society in India sponsored the founding and maintenance of Sanskrit schools and encouraged the study of valuable Sanskrit texts. Sanskritic literature and culture have always been a powerful influence towards the integration of India. Diverse though the schools of thought in India were, they were held together by a common foundation and sustained by a vigorous intellectual quest and concern for truth which are clearly reflected in the Sanskrit learning through the Adyar Library, the Founder and other dedicated scholars in fact worked for the spiritual resuscitation of mankind.

Since its founding, the Adyar Library has grown into an institution of renown, attracting students and savants from all over the world. Its valuable collection of manuscripts and books has placed the Library in a position of advantage for research work. Its publications include texts and studies on a wide variety of subjects such as philosophy, religions, language, literature, music and astronomy. The facilities which this institution offers have earned for it the accolade, not only of Indologists, but also students of Indian culture. The non-denominational character of this centre is conductive to the meeting of minds from East and West, Buddhist, Hindu, Islamic, Jain and Zoroastrian.

The Adyar Library and Research Centre is an example of what voluntary effort can achieve, for most of the scholars and the dedicated workers who have given of themselves to the institution rendered service motivated purely by love of learning. Their work has been their best reward. The maintenance of the Library and its publication programme during these hundred years have been financed almost entirely by donations from members of the Theosophical Society all over the world.

The Golden Jubilee of Brahmavidya coincides with the Centenary of the Adyar Library and Research Centre. This special issue of the journal contains contributions from distinguished scholars. On this occasion, other important publications are also being released. An Endowment Fund is being set up to put the research and publication work on a stable base in these days of rising costs.

As the present President of the Theosophical Society, I take this opportunity of paying homage to the Founder of the Library and to all those-Directors, Curators, Librarians and others-Who have made the Adyar Library and Research Centre what it is. I also thank all the scholars who have contributed to this volume of Brahmavidya. We pray on this occasion that our work will flourish and find fulfilment by bringing about a great sense of unity in mankind and the wisdom which will help human beings to discover their true potential for well being.

 

Radha Burnier
President
The Theosophical Society

November 1986

 

CONTENTS

 

  PAGE
PREFACE: RADHA BURNIER iii
LOKESH CHANDRA  
  The Cultural Symphony of India and Greece 1
MINORU HARA  
  A Note on the Sanskrit Word Sila 21
GEORGE CARDONA  
  Panini and Unadisutra 2.84 46
CHRISTIAN LINDTNER  
  Bhavya, The Logician 58
J. GONDA  
  The Pronoun Ka and the Proper Name Ka 85
JOHN A. TABER  
  Utpaladeva's Isvarasiddhi 106
SENGAKU MAYEDA  
  Samkara and Narayana Guru 138
RICHARD SALOMON  
  The Svetasvatara and the Nasadiya:
Vedic Citations in a Saiva Upanisad
165
T. VENKATACHARYA  
  Some Idioms of Respect in the Sakuntala and their inside story 179
WILHELM RAU  
  Poetical Conventions in Indian Kavya Literature 191
J. DUNCAN M. DERRETT  
  The Homelessness of the Religious Leader 198
TH. DAMSTEEGT  
  Ajneya's 1947 -Stories 218
H. W. BAILEY  
  A Note on Nakula-'Ichneumon' 247
S. SANKARANARAYANAN  
  Krauncavadha Passage in the Dhvanyaloka-A review of the reading 250
WILHELM HALBFASS  
  Mallavadin and Early Vaisesika Ontology 271
ANAND AMALADASS  
  The Concept of Beauty According to Anandavardhana 287
HAROLD COWARD  
  Oral and Written Texts in Buddhism 299
K. SATCHIDANANDA MURTY  
  Ethics and Values: A Hindu View 314
H. W. BODEWITZ  
  Prana, Apana and other Prana-s in Vedic Literature 326
LUDO ROCHER  
  An Anonymous Tract on Inheritance from Bengal 349
S. S. JANAKI  
  Kalidasa and Abhinavagupta 359
ALEX WAYMAN  
  The Vedic Three Worlds in early and later times 373
R. NATH  
  Sanskrit Text on Jali (Jalaka) 388
L. A. VAN DALLEN  
  Two Notes on Ramayana Textual Criticism 402
KATSUHIKO KAMIMURA  
  Is the Word Mukhya vrtti Synonymous with Abhidha according to Bhatta Lollata? 418
A. WEZLER  
  Cattle, Field and Barley: A note on Mahabhasya I 377.
24-27 (Studies in Patanjali's Mahabhasya III)
431
MADHAV M. DESHPANDE  
  Some Facts of Paninian Morphology 478
K. V. SARMA  
  Scientific Texts in Sanskrit in Aid of Modern Science 490
SADASHIV A. DANGE  
  Ritual-Variation and the Principle of 'Sampad'
(From the Aitareya Brahmana)
498
C. RAJENDRAN  
  Mahimabhatta's Concept of Alamkara-s 512
T. S. RUKMANI  
  Avidya in the System of Yoga and an Analysis of the Negation in it 526
S. SINGARAVELU  
  Some Aspects of Syncretism between Hindu religious
belief and the indigenous Malay folk-belief in
penninsular Malaysia
535
YUDHISTHIRA MIMAMSAK  
  Rain Symbol in Soma-Yoga 540
NAVJIVAN RASTOGI  
  A Note on the Five-source Theory of the Tantric Origin in the Tantraloka 548
M. SRIMANNARAYANA MURTI  
  Different Views regarding the Signification of the primary Suffix iva 561
E. R. SREEKRISHNA SARMA  
  Bhartrhari as an Advaitin 579
G. V. DEVASTHALI  
  Kramapatha of Rgveda 2.1 explained 586
K. KUNJUNNI RAJA  
  The First Line in Dhvanyalokakarika, I. I. 618
NOTES AND REVIEWS
 
Notes:   623
  The Adyar Library Centenary 623
  Colloquium 624
Obituary:  
  Prof. A. A. Ramanathan 627
Reviews:  
  Ludo Rocher: A History of Indian Literature. The Puranas 629
  D. Wujastyk: A Handlist of Sanskrit and Prakrit manuscripts in the Library of the Wellcome Institute for the history of medicine 630
  Venkatratnam and R. Sarat Babu: Simplified Catalogue of palmleaf and paper manuscripts 631
  Sebastian J. Carri: Contribution of Bhatta Bhaskara Misra to Vedic Exegesis 632
  V. S. Venkataraghavacharya: Rgvedi Purvaprayoga 632
N. V. P. Unithiri: Catalogue of manuscripts 632
Samiran Chandra Chakrabarti: The Paribhasas in the Srautasutras 633
Eivind Kahrs: Kalyanamitraraganam 636
Gatare Dhammapala: Buddhist Studies 636
Swami Mahadevanada: Devotional songs of Narsi Mehta 637
  Sadashiv A. Dange: Encyclopaedia of Puranic beliefs and practices 638
  K. V. Sarma: Index to the All India Oriental Conference 639
K. V. Sarma and B. V. Subbarayappa:
Indian Astronomy-A Source-Book
639
A. K. Rudolf Hoernle and Herberto A. Stark:
A History of India
640
  O. P. Ghai: Unity in Diversity 641
  Uma Marina Vesci: Heat and Sacrifice in Vedas 641
  Kenneth G. Zysk: Religious Healing in the Veda 642
  Vijayapala: Katyayaniya Rksarvanukramani 643
  T. R. Krishnacharya and T. R. Vyasacharya:
Srimanmahabharatam
644
  Asko Parpola: The Sky-Garment 644
  Ronald Stuart Mc Gregor: Hindi Literature from its beginnings to the Nineteenth Century 645
  Ramachandra Kesav Bhagwat: Amrtanubhava of Jnanadev (Translation) 645
Kantilal Baldevram Vyas: Apabhramsa of Hemacandra 646
  M. A. Lakshmithathachar: Visistavaiatkosa (Vol. I) 647
  Richard Gotshalk: Bhagavadgita (Translation and Commentary) 647
  Lizclle Reymond: The Dedicated 648
  Kenneth R. Hall: Maritime Trade and State
Development in Early Southeast Asia
649
  Oscar Botto: Valmiki Ramayana: Translation of Gorresio's Preface 650
  J. F. Staal: A Reader on the Sanskrit Grammarians 650
  Franklin Edgerton: Mimamsanyayaprakasa 651
  Waris Shah: 'HIR' zur Strukturalen Deutung des Panjabi--Epos 651
  Klaus Ruping: (ed.) Grundlagen Indischer Dichtung und Indischer Denkens by Paul Hacker 651
  Dipak Bhattacharya: Mythological and Ritual
Symbolism-A Study with reference to the Vedic and Tantric Agni
653
  Dr. R. C. Hazra: Dr. R. C. Hazra commemoration Volume 655
  D. C. Sircar: Select Inscriptions 655
  Ludo Rocher: Ezourvedam. A French Veda of the eighteenth century 656
  K. Satchidananda Murty: Philosophy in India-Traditions, Teaching and Research 657
  M. Sundar Raj: Veda and Vedanta
Satyadeva Vasisthta: Satyagraha-niti-kavyam with
Auto-commentary in Sanskrit and Hindi translation
660
  Ashutosh Bhattacharya; Studies in Post-Sankara Dialectics 661
  A. Mahadeva Sastri: The Vedanta Doctrine of Sri Sankaracarya 662
  Satyadeva Vasishta: Visnu-Sahasranama-Stotram with Satyabhasya 662
  Satyadeva Vasishta Naditattvadarsanam
(with Ravana-Nadi and Hindi Rendering)
663
  V. Subrahmanya Sastrigal and P. V. Sivarama
Dikshitar: Srimad-Bhagavadgita with Sankara Bhasya, Anandagiri-tika and Bhasyotkarsadipika
664
  John Stratton Howley and Donna Marie Wulff:
The Divine Consort
665
  S. N. Pendse: Oaths and Ordeals in Dharmasastra 666
  G. H. Tarlekar: The Saman Chants-A Review of Research 667
  V. Srinivasa Rao: Kirtananjali 667
  Ivan Kocmarek: Language and Release:
Sarvajnatman's Pancaprakriya
668
  S. Sankaranarayanan: Srimad-Bhagavadgita with
Gitarthasangraha of Abhinavagupta
668

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