ssandahl at SYMPATICO.CA
Sun Nov 23 13:49:02 UTC 2008
There is a short appendix about "Betel Chewing in Ancient India" in
Om Prakash: Economy and Food in Ancient India, Vol. 2, Bharatiya
Vidya Prakashan, Delhi 1987 which has many other references; and an
article by P.K. Gode: Studies in the history of tAmbUla" in sArdha-
ZatAbdi Special Volume of the Journal of the Asiatic Society of
Bombay (New Series) Vol. 31-32, 1956-57 (Publ. June 1959), and, of
course, the introduction to tAmbUla ManjarI, Journal of the Oriental
Institute Baroda Vol. VII, 1957-58.
Furthermore, there is one page(p.89) about betel in P.
Arundhati's "translation" of the MAnasollAsa called Royal Life in
MAnasollAsa Sundep Prakashan Delhi 1994.
Hope this might be of some help.
Professor Stella Sandahl
Department of East Asian Studies
130 St. George St. room 14087
Toronto, ON M5S 3H1
ssandahl at sympatico.ca
stella.sandahl at utoronto.ca
Tel. (416) 978-4295
Fax. (416) 978-5711
On 23-Nov-08, at 3:32 AM, Yaroslav Vassilkov wrote:
> Dear colleagues,
> can anybody tell me:
> 1. is it possible to see in the web or anywhere how VIBHITAKA NUTS
> look like?
> 2. do you know any literature on the tradition of BETEL chewing in
> Many thanks in advance
> Yaroslav Vassilkov
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