n âciketopâkhyâna

Nivedita Rout nivi71r at YAHOO.CO.IN
Fri Feb 29 11:07:07 UTC 2008

Puranic Encyclopedia of Vettam Mani would be useful in this concern. The famous Kathopanisad contains the story as well.

Thank you

Dr. Nibedita Rout,
EFEO, Pondicherry

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Dear colleagues

I would apreciate some information on this text: nâciketopâkhyâna; 
thank you very much, greetings
Dr Olivia Cattedra
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