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Book Description Paperback. Condition: New. 654 About the Book:-Most of Goldstuckers s Minor contributions to Indian literature which have been gathered together in the two volumes of remains," then issued were intended for the general literary Public. The Present re-issue comprises such of his contributions to quarterlies, Encyclopaedias, and other serials as touch upon questions of Indian life, Literature and antiquities, to the exclusion of all personal and controversial matter. It is hoped that these volumes may prove welcome to his personal friends and former pupils as a memorial of genial and instructive intercourse and possibly to a wider circle of students as an exposition of the views and opinions concerning India and her place in classical antiquity held by one to whom was assigned by universal consent a foremost place amongst the sanskrit scholars of his day. Volume-2 consist of following topics: The religious Difficulties of India, The Inspired writings of Hinduism, Hindu Epic Poetry: the Mahabharata, On the Deficiencies in the Present Administration of Hindu law, Opinions on privy council Law Cases etc. About the Author:-Theodor Goldstücker (1821 1872) was a German Sanskrit scholar. He was born of Jewish parents in Königsberg, Prussia. After attending the gymnasium of that town, he entered its university in 1836 as a student of Sanskrit. In 1838 he removed to Bonn, and, after graduating at Königsberg in 1840, proceeded to Paris; in 1842 he edited a German translation of the Prabodhacandrodaya by K???ami?ra Yati (fl. c. 1050-1100), a standard text widely read by Sanskrit students in India. From 1847 to 1850 he resided at Berlin, where his talents and scholarship were recognized by Alexander von Humboldt, but where his political views caused the authorities to regard him with suspicion.[2] He was asked to leave Berlin during the revolutions of 1848 in the German states. In 1850 he moved to London at the invitation of H. H. Wilson In 1852 he was appointed professor of Sanskrit in University College London. He worked on a new edition of Wilson's Sanskrit dictionary, of which the first instalment appeared in 1856. But his work became infeasibly long and detailed, and publication of the dictionary ground to a halt. In 1861 he published his best known work Panini: his place in Sanscrit Literature. He was the founder of the Sanskrit Text Society (four volumes appeared); he was also an active member of the Philological Society,[2] of which he was president at the time of his death; and of other learned bodies. He died in London. The Title 'THE INSPIRED WRITINGS ON INDOLOGY (Literary Remains) written/authored/edited by T. GOLDSTUCKER', published in the year 2021. The ISBN 9788121261746 is assigned to the Paperback version of this title. This book has total of pp. 654 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Sociology, Literature, Political. Size of the book is 13.34 x 21.59 cms Vol:- 2 vols set Volume 2 vols set Language: English. Seller Inventory # PB1111004279042

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Book Description Paperback. Condition: New. About the Book:-Most of Goldstuckers?s Minor contributions to Indian literature which have been gathered together in the two volumes of remains,? then issued were intended for the general literary Public. The Present re-issue comprises such of his contributions to quarterlies, Encyclopaedias, and other serials as touch upon questions of Indian life, Literature and antiquities, to the exclusion of all personal and controversial matter. It is hoped that these volumes may prove welcome to his personal friends and former pupils as a memorial of genial and instructive intercourse and possibly to a wider circle of students as an exposition of the views and opinions concerning India and her place in classical antiquity held by one to whom was assigned by universal consent a foremost place amongst the sanskrit scholars of his day. Volume-2 consist of following topics: The religious Difficulties of India, The Inspired writings of Hinduism, Hindu Epic Poetry: the Mahabharata, On the Deficiencies in the Present Administration of Hindu law, Opinions on privy council Law Cases etc. About the Author:-Theodor Goldstücker (1821 ?1872) was a German Sanskrit scholar. He was born of Jewish parents in Königsberg, Prussia. After attending the gymnasium of that town, he entered its university in 1836 as a student of Sanskrit. In 1838 he removed to Bonn, and, after graduating at Königsberg in 1840, proceeded to Paris; in 1842 he edited a German translation of the Prabodhacandrodaya by K???ami?ra Yati (fl. c. 1050-1100), a standard text widely read by Sanskrit students in India. From 1847 to 1850 he resided at Berlin, where his talents and scholarship were recognized by Alexander von Humboldt, but where his political views caused the authorities to regard him with suspicion.[2] He was asked to leave Berlin during the revolutions of 1848 in the German states. In 1850 he moved to London at the invitation of H. H. Wilson In 1852 he was appointed professor of Sanskrit in University College London. He worked on a new edition of Wilson's Sanskrit dictionary, of which the first instalment appeared in 1856. But his work became infeasibly long and detailed, and publication of the dictionary ground to a halt. In 1861 he published his best known work Panini: his place in Sanscrit Literature. He was the founder of the Sanskrit Text Society (four volumes appeared); he was also an active member of the Philological Society,[2] of which he was president at the time of his death; and of other learned bodies. He died in London. The Title 'THE INSPIRED WRITINGS ON INDOLOGY (Literary Remains) written/authored/edited by T. GOLDSTUCKER', published in the year 2021. The ISBN 9788121261746 is assigned to the Paperback version of this title. This book has total of pp. 654 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Sociology, Literature, Political. Size of the book is 13.34 x 21.59 cms Vol:- 2 vols set. Seller Inventory # PB1111004279042

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