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Ramcrishna Gopal Bhandarkar.-First book of Sabdastoma Mahápidhi, Part III. 4to. pp. 218,

Sanscrit, for the use of beginners. By Ramcrishna Gopal 316, in double columns (containing at to wa), sewed.
Bhandarkar. Third Edition. 12mo. pp. xií. $7, boards, Calcutta, 1869. 8s. 6d.
Bombay, 1867. 2s. 6d.

Professor Târânâtha Tarkavâchaspati, who is so well known to all

students of Sanskrit for his profound knowledge of the ancient Ramcrishna Gopal Bhandarkar. Second book of

literature of his country and for bis services to philology, is at present

engaged, under the auspices of the Government of Bengal, in the Sanscrit. By Ramcrishna Gopal Bhandarkar. 12mo. I compilation of a comprehensive Sanskrit Dictionary. But as conboards, pp. xiii. 201. Bombay, 1868. 6s.

siderable time will necessarily elapse before his great work is published, I requested him to undertake the compilation of a smaller dictionary

for the use of colleges and schools in India. He has, accordingly, Sabdastoma Mahânidhi. A Sanskrit Dictionary,

with his usual energy and untiring literary industry, commenced this

useful work, which he will publish in five parts. compiled by Taranatha Tarkavâchaspati, Professor of Gram

(Signed) mar in the Government Sanskrit College of Calcutta.

PRASANNAKUMÁRA SARVÁDHIKÁRÍ, Part I. 4to. pp. 98, in 'double columns (containing

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Saptaśatî (i.e. Devimâhâtmya). 8vo. sewed, 124
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212, in double columns (containing on to a), sewed.

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