Sanskrit Grammar Books
wujastyk at GMAIL.COM
Fri Jun 24 07:48:28 UTC 2011
Is the full digitised text available to you from the Hathi trust? When I go
to that link, it says it's under restricted copyright and won't let me see
the book, only search for snippets. Your record says it's in the public
domain (which it is).
Keep thinking of you with the new earthquake. How are you and your family?
On 24 June 2011 01:33, Richard MAHONEY <r.mahoney at indica-et-buddhica.org>wrote:
> Dear Herman,
> On Thu, Jun 23, 2011 at 06:54:31PM -0400, Herman Tull wrote:
> > I am doing some work involving early Sanskrit Grammars (my interest is in
> > those written in English). I have been able to access quite a few, but
> > earliest ones--Colebrooke's, A Grammar of the Sanskrit Language (1805)
> > Carey's A Grammar of the Sungskrit Language (1804)--have thus far escaped
> > me. Does anyone know of electronic versions of these volumes residing in
> > some accessible location?
> Although not exactly what you are after you may find the following
> Personal Name: Amarasiṃha.
> Main Title: Kosha, or dictionary of the Sanskrit language, by Umura
> Singha. With an English interpretation and annotations. By
> H.T. Colebrooke...
> Published/Created: Calcutta, Baneriee, 1891
> Details and availability under `Full' link here (IeB Catalogus):
> Kind regards,
> > Thanks for the help.
> > Herman Tull
> > Princeton, NJ
> Richard MAHONEY - Indica et Buddhica
> Littledene, Bay Road, OXFORD 7430, NZ
> Tel.: +64 3 312 1699
> r.mahoney at indica-et-buddhica.org
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