Dear Mr. Patel,

> The names of works are taken from History of Indian Lexicography by Claus Vogel.

Just for your information:

There is a "Revised and Enlarged Edition" of Vogel's "Indian Lexicography:

Indian Lexicography. Revised and Enlarged Edition. By Claus Vogel. Edited by Jürgen Hanneder and Martin Straube.
München 2015. (Indologica Marpurgensia. 6). P. Kirchheim Verlag, 148 pp. ISBN: 978-3-87410-145-5

The monograph Indian Lexicography by the late Professor Claus Vogel (1933–2012), who taught Indology at the University of Bonn, contains a literary-historical survey of the Indian lexicographical literature in Sanskrit. This book appeared first in 1979 in the "History of Indian Literature" and has remained since then the unsurpassed standard work on this subject. In the course of time the author had been collecting additional notes and corrections which he initially planned to publish separately in a small booklet. When the Indian Lexicography went out of print, however, the publishers of the "Indologica Marpurgensia" proposed to him to prepare instead a revised edition of his work. Professor Vogel happily consented, and as a result now an updated authorized version of this standard book has been released.

Editorial note:


With best regards,
Roland Steiner