Re: [INDOLOGY] vekurañja

Dan Lusthaus prajnapti at
Mon Nov 23 20:46:11 UTC 2020

Dear Herman,
Can you summarize what it says for those of us who are in lockdown without access to the volume at present?
Thank you.

> On Nov 23, 2020, at 10:42 AM, Tieken, H.J.H. via INDOLOGY <indology at> wrote:
> Dear List members,
> I have not closely followed the discussion of the word vekurañja. I did see, though, that the discussion has switched to aśvatara. This word is discussed by R;L. Turner, "Type aśvatara in New Indo-Aryan", which has appeared in Pratidānam. Indian, Iranian and Indo_European Studies Presented to F.B.J. Kuiper. The Hague, 1969, pp. 319-20.
> I am afraid, though, this article is helpful in the present discussion about the meaning and derivation of vekurañja. 
> Herman
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