[INDOLOGY] Texts with different topics by one author

Christophe Vielle christophe.vielle at uclouvain.be
Thu Nov 5 06:47:40 EST 2015


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Rājaśekhara, but his kośa's are lost (9th-10th c.)
Bhoja (11th c.), but the various works he authored were probably composed by others
They are numerous real polygraphs in more recent times, e.g. 
Vedānta Deśika/Veṅkaṭanātha (13th-14th c.)
Appaya Dīkṣita (16th c.)
Melputtūr Nārāyaṇa Bhaṭṭatiri (16th-17th c.)
Rāmapāṇivāda (18th c.)
Nāgeśa Bhaṭṭa (18th c.)

Le 5 nov. 2015 à 11:08, <hellwig7 at gmx.de> <hellwig7 at gmx.de> a écrit :

> Dear list members,
> 
> I am looking for Sanskrit authors who have written about many (>=3) different topics or in many (>=3) different genres (e.g., poetry, narrative, philosophical, scientific, ...); alternatively for voluminous texts by one author that cover such different topics in separate chapters (i.e., the thematic strata should be easily separable).
> 
> Further requirements:
> 1) Authorship of their works should be consolidated in Indological research.
> 2) Texts should not be too short.
> 3) Texts should not be collections of former works or of citations only, but "really" be written by these authors.
> 4) The older, the better!
> 5) Texts should be edited or - even better - already digitized.
> 
> The first (and actually only) author that came to my mind is Kshemendra. Do you have any other ideas? Any feedback is highly appreciated.
> 
> Regards, Oliver
> 
> --- Oliver Hellwig, University of Düsseldorf 
> 
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