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Purovak

 

The members of the Sanskrit Sahitya Parishat Kolkata, feel honoured to bring out this collection of essays on Indological studies as a mark of their obeisance to Acharya Gaurinath Sastri, doyen of Sanskrit scholarship. During his successful and brilliant career as a teacher and research guide, and as a Professor of Sanskrit and Bengali of Presidency College, Calcutta, as Principal of Govt. Sanskrit College, Calcutta. As Vice-Chancellor of Sampurnanand Sanskrit University Varanasi, and as the Visiting Professor of a number of Universities, Professor Sastri had earned wide reputation throughout the academic world. More than hundred years after the great Pandit Iswar Chandra Vidyasagar, Professor Gaurinath Sastri was certainly the only Principal under whose tenure Gove. Sanskrit College, Kolkata reached the peak of its glory. We still remember the glorious days of our student life when Professor Sastri was the dynamic Principal of the Sanskrit College, was always busy in executing academic activities. At that time scholars of Indology, while visiting Indian Institutes thought it their sacred duty to come to Calcutta and visit the Sanskrit College to be acquainted with its multifarious instructional activities.

 

Sanskrit Sahitya Parishat is fortunate for Professor sastri who was associated with it in various capacities. As a President of the Parishat, he made this institute widely renowned in India and abroad. Because of his ceaseless efforts the Sanskrit College and the Parishat became the most commendable Tirthas to the students of Indian classical languages and literature.

 

Professor Sastri’s simple, pious and religious life strictly followed the spiritual injunctions for a Hindu Brahmana. His spiritual practices in home and outside, his self purification attained through undertaking several pilgrimage is no way came in the way of his discharging academic and administrative duties. Even today we believe that Professor Sastri silently appears before us as a man who was bold, courageous and who never lost his balance of mind even under trying circumstances.

 

In the Centenary year of Acharya Sastri, who was born on February2, 1909, the students and admirers of the great personality have come forward to pay their homage to him through this Volume dedicated to the noble soul.

 

Contents

 

Articles & Authors

 

Purovak

1

Professor Gaurinath Sastri

3

गौरीनाथप्रशस्तिः

7

श्रीमती अणिमा साहा

21

A Survey of Navya-Nyaya Literature

43

Dionysius Thrax-The First Greek Grammarian

69

The Nyaya-vaisesika Model of Understanding Consciousness

89

Text without and Author: Discourse Analysis of Ancient India

99

A Vedanta Perspective on Disambiguation

109

Some Methodical Aspect of Pali and Paninian Grammar

119

Bhartrhari’s theory of Sabdavivaryavada andthe relation of word and meaning

133

The Kratu, The Yajna and the Yatu in the Rgveda

142

The Rgveda Samhita-“Palimsest” and its complete Deciphering Code

147

Pururavas: A Research for Identity

172

Sabha in the Vedic Literature

181

A Note on ‘The Difference of Difference’

189

Vayu Rupabhavavan: How do we know it

199

Nagarjuna’s Arguments against Motion: Their Grammarical basis

205

Some Sanskrit Fragments of Jinendrabuddhi’s Visalamalavati

216

Bhamaha and Buddhist Logic

226

Some Accords with the Samkhya Theory of Tanmatra

232

Members of the Pararthanumana : Later Phases

240

Sankara, Madana & Ramanuja on Mantra XI, Isopanisad

249

Eligibility for the Study of Vedanta

255

Notes on the Doctrine of Emanation (Vyuha)

262

The Concept of Purnahamta inthe Trika Philosophy of Kashmir

270

Conception of Lokasamgraha in the Bhagavadgita

282

Kumarika Bhatta-His Date, Place and Works

289

Ragavartmacandrika of Viswanatha Chakravartin

297

Narahari Upadhyaya-The Naiyayika

322

Kaunda Bhatta on Sphota

322

The Kamarupa school of Sanskrit Grammar

322

On Apislasiksa

348

On The Concept of Padalalitya in Literary Criticism

369

Induraja on Bhavika

383

Garvoktis of Panditaraja Gagannatha

489

King Sudraka and the Role of Sakara in the Mrcchakarikam

393

Identity of Sriharsa, The Dramatist

407

State and Stage-Craft in Abhijnanasakuntala Uttararamacarita and Mudraraksasa

416

Some facts about the term Sthapana in some Sanskrit Dramas

441

On the Meaning of the term Mahajana

449

New light on Devapala’s Conflict with Dravidanath

455

Religious Horoscope of the Bengal land-grants of the time of the Gupta monarchs

465

Some Linguistic Aspects of the Satapatha Brahmana

481

Glimpses of socio-political history from the Natyasastra of Bharata

486

Our Women in Ajanta Paintings

505

Short life-sketch and a selected bibliography of the works of Professor Gaurinath Sastri

511

 

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Purovak

 

The members of the Sanskrit Sahitya Parishat Kolkata, feel honoured to bring out this collection of essays on Indological studies as a mark of their obeisance to Acharya Gaurinath Sastri, doyen of Sanskrit scholarship. During his successful and brilliant career as a teacher and research guide, and as a Professor of Sanskrit and Bengali of Presidency College, Calcutta, as Principal of Govt. Sanskrit College, Calcutta. As Vice-Chancellor of Sampurnanand Sanskrit University Varanasi, and as the Visiting Professor of a number of Universities, Professor Sastri had earned wide reputation throughout the academic world. More than hundred years after the great Pandit Iswar Chandra Vidyasagar, Professor Gaurinath Sastri was certainly the only Principal under whose tenure Gove. Sanskrit College, Kolkata reached the peak of its glory. We still remember the glorious days of our student life when Professor Sastri was the dynamic Principal of the Sanskrit College, was always busy in executing academic activities. At that time scholars of Indology, while visiting Indian Institutes thought it their sacred duty to come to Calcutta and visit the Sanskrit College to be acquainted with its multifarious instructional activities.

 

Sanskrit Sahitya Parishat is fortunate for Professor sastri who was associated with it in various capacities. As a President of the Parishat, he made this institute widely renowned in India and abroad. Because of his ceaseless efforts the Sanskrit College and the Parishat became the most commendable Tirthas to the students of Indian classical languages and literature.

 

Professor Sastri’s simple, pious and religious life strictly followed the spiritual injunctions for a Hindu Brahmana. His spiritual practices in home and outside, his self purification attained through undertaking several pilgrimage is no way came in the way of his discharging academic and administrative duties. Even today we believe that Professor Sastri silently appears before us as a man who was bold, courageous and who never lost his balance of mind even under trying circumstances.

 

In the Centenary year of Acharya Sastri, who was born on February2, 1909, the students and admirers of the great personality have come forward to pay their homage to him through this Volume dedicated to the noble soul.

 

Contents

 

Articles & Authors

 

Purovak

1

Professor Gaurinath Sastri

3

गौरीनाथप्रशस्तिः

7

श्रीमती अणिमा साहा

21

A Survey of Navya-Nyaya Literature

43

Dionysius Thrax-The First Greek Grammarian

69

The Nyaya-vaisesika Model of Understanding Consciousness

89

Text without and Author: Discourse Analysis of Ancient India

99

A Vedanta Perspective on Disambiguation

109

Some Methodical Aspect of Pali and Paninian Grammar

119

Bhartrhari’s theory of Sabdavivaryavada andthe relation of word and meaning

133

The Kratu, The Yajna and the Yatu in the Rgveda

142

The Rgveda Samhita-“Palimsest” and its complete Deciphering Code

147

Pururavas: A Research for Identity

172

Sabha in the Vedic Literature

181

A Note on ‘The Difference of Difference’

189

Vayu Rupabhavavan: How do we know it

199

Nagarjuna’s Arguments against Motion: Their Grammarical basis

205

Some Sanskrit Fragments of Jinendrabuddhi’s Visalamalavati

216

Bhamaha and Buddhist Logic

226

Some Accords with the Samkhya Theory of Tanmatra

232

Members of the Pararthanumana : Later Phases

240

Sankara, Madana & Ramanuja on Mantra XI, Isopanisad

249

Eligibility for the Study of Vedanta

255

Notes on the Doctrine of Emanation (Vyuha)

262

The Concept of Purnahamta inthe Trika Philosophy of Kashmir

270

Conception of Lokasamgraha in the Bhagavadgita

282

Kumarika Bhatta-His Date, Place and Works

289

Ragavartmacandrika of Viswanatha Chakravartin

297

Narahari Upadhyaya-The Naiyayika

322

Kaunda Bhatta on Sphota

322

The Kamarupa school of Sanskrit Grammar

322

On Apislasiksa

348

On The Concept of Padalalitya in Literary Criticism

369

Induraja on Bhavika

383

Garvoktis of Panditaraja Gagannatha

489

King Sudraka and the Role of Sakara in the Mrcchakarikam

393

Identity of Sriharsa, The Dramatist

407

State and Stage-Craft in Abhijnanasakuntala Uttararamacarita and Mudraraksasa

416

Some facts about the term Sthapana in some Sanskrit Dramas

441

On the Meaning of the term Mahajana

449

New light on Devapala’s Conflict with Dravidanath

455

Religious Horoscope of the Bengal land-grants of the time of the Gupta monarchs

465

Some Linguistic Aspects of the Satapatha Brahmana

481

Glimpses of socio-political history from the Natyasastra of Bharata

486

Our Women in Ajanta Paintings

505

Short life-sketch and a selected bibliography of the works of Professor Gaurinath Sastri

511

 

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