[INDOLOGY] question for European Indologists

Rosane Rocher rrocher at sas.upenn.edu
Wed Jun 26 21:12:21 UTC 2013

Although Ludo Rocher taught Sanskrit in French at the U. of Brussels in 
the late 1950's, he used vol. 2 (the anthology part) by Thumb and 
Hauschild, with notes and vocabulary in German, to introduce us to 
Sanskrit texts.  It includes Nala 1-5.  As you will appreciate, it 
worked well.

Rosane Rocher

On 6/26/13 1:09 PM, Herman Tull wrote:
> In the USA, Lanman's A Sanskrit Reader was, for a century or more, the 
> de facto standard for beginning Sanskrit students (this has changed 
> only in recent decades with the appearance of Goldman and Goldman, 
> Scharf, Hock, etc).
> Is there an equivalent introductory text that was used in Europe 
> (Stenzler?)  Do European Sanskrit students also work with Nala as a 
> first text (which I know is found in Bopp, Boehtlink, Monier-Williams, 
> Stenzler, and Lanman)?
> Thanks...I'm just looking for a bit of anecdotal evidence here; any 
> comments will help.
> -- 
> Herman Tull
> Princeton, NJ
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