Assistance requested in obtaining copies of two doctoral theses on Sanskrit grammar
jesperlarnaes at GMAIL.COM
Mon Apr 25 08:41:36 UTC 2011
Many thanks to all who replied on and off list. I didn't know Saini's
dissertation had been recently published and is now available from Parimal.
2011/4/22 Ashok Aklujkar <ashok.aklujkar at ubc.ca>
> The first doctoral dissertation is also published. It is written in Skt.
> The details of publication are almost all the same as given by Jesper
> Larnæs. Only the series volume number should be "16" instead of "15". I have
> a copy of it. I would expect many North American libraries to have it, too.
> Perhaps the publisher also can still supply a copy.
> On 2011-04-22, at 5:04 AM, Peter Wyzlic wrote:
> Am 22.04.2011 um 13:00 schrieb Jesper Larnæs:
> Miśra, Adya Prasada (1966). *Prakriyākaumudī-vimarśaḥ* (=Sarasvatī Bhavana
> Studies 15). Varanasi: Vārāṇaseya Saṃskṛta Viśvavidyālaya. [A Vārāṇaseya
> Saṃskṛta Viśvavidyālaya doctoral dissertation from 1964].
> Saini, R. S. (1965). *Post-Pāṇinian systems of Sanskrit grammar, with
> special reference to their technique and scope*. Delhi. [Unpublished].
> In case you are not aware of it: Saini's thesis was published in 1999 under
> the same title and is, maybe, still available: Post-Pāṇinian systems of
> Sanskrit grammar / R.S. Saini. - Delhi : Parimal Publications, 1999. - x,
> 277 p.
> Hope it helps
> Peter Wyzlic
> Institut für Orient- und Asienwissenschaften
> Universität Bonn
> Regina-Pacis-Weg 7
> 53113 Bonn
Jesper Friis Larnæs, MA.
Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies
University of Copenhagen
Artillerivej 86 - Room 0.06
DK-2300 Copenhagen S, Denmark
Email: jfl at hum.ku.dk
Tel.: (+45) 353 29197
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