Critical Edition of Bhagavata Purana

jkirk jkirk at SPRO.NET
Mon Oct 2 14:17:01 UTC 2006

You might try contacting the Ames Library at U Minnesota to see if they have 
it, or to ask how to get in touch with the MS University in Baroda's 
Oriental Inst. I tried getting some listed websites at MSU to no avail.
Ames Lib. Curator-Donald C Johnson
This email link might get you to the curator:

> From the Ames site:
Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda [these links get 404s]
  Maharajah Sayajirao Gaekwad established Baroda College in 1880 and a 
succession of additional institutions of higher education followed over the 
next 50 years, including the famed Oriental Institute. In 1949 these 
institutions were brought together as the M.S. University of Baroda. Site 
gives a history of the university, academic departments, administions 
procedures, etc.

Joanna Kirkpatrick
Bennington College, retd.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jonathan Edelmann" <jonathan.edelmann at THEOLOGY.OXFORD.AC.UK>
Sent: Monday, October 02, 2006 7:24 AM
Subject: Critical Edition of Bhagavata Purana

> Dear All,
> I am looking to purchase a critical edition of the Bhagavata Purana.
> Ludo Rocher mentions in his study of the Puranas (1986) that a  critical 
> edition of it may be under way at the University of  Gujerat.  Does anyone 
> know if that happened or is happening?
> I've also heard there is a critical edition of the BP published in 
> Baroda.  Does anyone have a reference, or know how it can be obtained 
> (aside from going to Baroda!).
> Sincerely,
> Jonathan Edelmann
> PhD Student
> Oxford University
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