The Ramayana and the Mahabharata files

manu bhagavan bhagavam at ccwf.cc.utexas.edu
Sat Dec 3 18:17:27 EST 1994


Out of curiosity, is it at all possible to place the new e-versions of 
the Indian epics on the World Wide Web?  Is there a copyright procedure 
that would be involved?

Also, I was wondering if anyone would be able to help me find a statistic 
that I have been searching for for about 6 months.  I am trying to learn 
the caste(s) (jati/varna) of the students sent to England in the first two 
decades of the twentieth century by the State of Mysore (prior to the 
establishment of the University of Mysore).  I'm guessing 
that a vast majority of them were Brahmins...? 

Manu Bhagavan
Editor, Sagar: South Asia Graduate Research Journal

On Sat, 3 Dec 1994 LEHMANN at VAX2.CONCORDIA.CA wrote:

> I would like to echo Dr. Deshpande's communication about Prof. Tokunaga's
> fantastic contribution to Indology with publication of the E-texts of the two
> great Inidan epics. What a feat and a feast for Indologists. frankly, I believe
> that these files should be placed at strategic sites around the world, meaning
> at Indology and at Coombsquest. After communicating with David Magier at
> Columbia he agrees. Maybe Dr. Wujastyk and Dr. Ciolek could comment.
>  
> 
 




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