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Indian Idylls

By: Edwin Arnold

Description: Editorial Reviews - Indian Idylls From the Publisher A PRINCE there was, named Nala, Virasen's noble breed, Goodly to see, and virtuous; a tamer of the steed As Indra 'midst the gods, so he of kings was kingliest one, Sovereign of men, and splendid as the golden, glittering sun; Pure, knowing scripture, gallant; ruling nobly Nishadh's lands; -- selections (by a Westerner) from the MAHABHARATA--as is The Bhagavad-Gita. Synopsis A PRINCE there was, named Nala,...

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Fruit-gathering, Score Tagore Frutgath

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Description: Tagore is an artist of rare lyrical powers, who understands the human soul. Tagore's poems are devotions, mystical, sublimated ecstasy. They are the thoughts of a seer, the perfect union of beauty and truth in poetry. Contents: Fruit Gatherin

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The Bhagavad Gita in Sanskrit, Score Hin Bgs

By: Sacred Texts

Description: This is a version of the Bhagavad Gita in Sanskrit. Currently we are presenting this in Romanization. Devanagari will be added in the near future

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The Sacred Laws of the Âryas, Part I : Âpastamba and Guatama, Scor...

By: Georg Bühler

Description: The Sacred Laws Of The Âryas As Taught In The Schools Of Âpastamba, Guatama, Vâsishtha, And Budhâyana Translated By Georg Bühler Part I Âpastamba And Gautama. About Author: Professor Johann Georg Bühler (July 19, 1837 – April 8, 1898) was a

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The Prem Sagar, Score Hin Psa

By: Lallu Lal

Description: The Prem Sagar was one of the first books published in modern Hindi, written in the Delhi dialect which was eventually adopted as one of the official national languages of India. It is the tale of the deeds of Krishna, the invincible avatar o

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Hymns of the Atharva-veda, Score Hin Sbe42

By: Maurice Bloomfield

Description: This, the 42nd volume of the the Sacred Books of the East, is an anthology of representative hymns from the Arthrva-veda, the fourth Veda. This selection is grouped thematically, so the hymns are not in numeric order.

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The Laws of Manu, Score Hin Manu

By: George Bühler

Description: There are four Vedas, the Rig Veda, Sama Veda, Yajur Veda and Atharva Veda. The Vedas are the primary texts of Hinduism. They also had a vast influence on Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism. Traditionally the text of the Vedas was coeval with the

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Old Deccan Days, Score Hin Odd

By: Mary Frere

DescriptionOld Deccan Tales is a collection of folk tales from India’s rich fairyland where rajas, ranis, rakshas, jackals, magicians, and cobras prevail. Children will enjoy the daring, brave, and wonderful creatures and people that populate the stories

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A Heifer of the Dawn

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The Mahabharata Book 7 : Drona Parva, Score Hin M07

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Description: The Mahabharata is one of the two major Sanskrit epics of ancient India. It is an epic narrative of the Kurukshetra War and the fates of the Kauravas and the Pandava princes as well as containing philosophical and devotional material, such as

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Vedic Hymns, Part I, Score Hin Sbe32

By: Max Müller

Description: This is one of the pinnacles of 19th century western Vedic scholarship. It is one of the three volumes in the Sacred Books of the East which Max Müller, the series editor, was the sole author of. Müller focuses here on four dozen hymns in the

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The Descent of the Sun, Score Bain 02Dos

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Description: The title of each of the books in this series indicates some aspect of the Vedic/Sanskrit Religion-Philosophic Tradition. The Descent of the Sun is a fairy tale that F.W. Bain found in an old Hindu manuscript in which we can enjoy the fantast

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Relax with Yoga, Score Hin Rwy

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The Mahabharata Book 1 : Adi Parva, Score Hin M01

By: Kisari Mohan Ganguli

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The S'Rîmad Devî Bhâgawatam, Score Hin Db

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The Mahabharata Book 15 : Asramavasika Parva, Score Hin M15

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The Mahabharata Book 13 : Anusasana Parva, Score Hin M13

By: Kisari Mohan Ganguli

Description: The Anusasana Parva, like the Santi Parva before it, is a long hiatus in the narrative of the Mahabharata. Set on the deathbed of Bhishma, the Anusasana Parva is a huge treasure-trove of Brahmanic lore which is obviously a later interpolation

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The Institutes of Vishnu, Score Hin Sbe07

By: Julius Jolly

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The Crescent Moon

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Gitanjali

By: Rabindranath Tagore

Description: An integration of two words, 'Git' and 'Anjali,' meaning song and offering respectively, the literal meaning of the word is 'offering of songs.' and because of the strong devotional tone and subliminal spiritual incitation, the book can be said to have devotion to god as its theme. It highlights the poet's intense response to the magnificence of the universe or rather an affirmation of life with all its abundance, mystery and diversity.

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