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Kielhorn.-A GRAMMAR OF THE SANSKRIT LANGUAGE. By F. KIELHORN,

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Vishnu-Purana (The); a System of Hindu Mythology and Tradition.

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CONTENTS.

Vol. I.-Preface-Treatise on the Dramatic System of the Hindus-Dramas translated from the

Original Sanskrit—The Mrichchakati, or the Toy Cart— Vikram aand Urvasi, or the
Hero and the Nymph-Uttara Ráma Charitra, or continuation of the History of

Ráma.
Vol. II.-Dramas translated from the Original Sanskrit-Maláti and Mádhava, or the Stolen

Marriage-Mudrá Rakshasa, or the Signet of the Minister-Ratnávalí, or the

Necklace-Appendix, containing short accounts of different Dramas.
Wilson.-A DICTIONARY IN SANSKRIT AND ENGLISH. (Translated,

amended, and enlarged from an original compilation prepared by learned Natives
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1874. £3 38.
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Puráná.
Yajurveda.—THE WHITE YAJURVEDA IN THE MADHYANDINA", RECEN-

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SHAN
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SINDHI.

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