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Katyayanasrautasutra belongs to the White Yajurveda which is very popular in northern India. Katyass is a comparatively young text among the numerous Srauta-Sutras. The Srautasutras deal with the solemn sacrifices like Agnihotra, New and Full-Mon-sacrifices are included the famous sacrifices like Agnistoma, Vajepeya. Asvamedha and many long sacrificial sessions. Katyass deals with these Srauta sacrifices in a systematic manner. For religions and cultural studies on ancient India the text is very important and useful. The Vedic rituals are rather neglected by Sanskrit scholars. The present text along with translation and notes will make ritualistic studies more possible on the part of scholars.

 

About the Author

Prof. G. U. Thite, retired professor and Head, Department of Sanskrit and Prakrit Languages, university of Pune, is presently the Curator at Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, Pune. His publications: Sacrifice in the Brahmana texts, Pune, 1975, Carvakasamiksa (ed) Pune, 1978; Yajna asaya ani aviskara (ed.) Pune, 1979; Medicine: its magicoreligious aspects according to Vedic and later Literature, Pune, 1981; Music in the Veda: its magicoreligious significances, Delhi, 1996; Yajna: Kal, Aj, ani Udya, Pune, 2000; Apastamba-Srauta-sutra (translation with notes), Delhi, 2005; several papers in national and international journals; knowledge of French and German. Some of his thought-provoking theses are as follows:
1) In India there is both Veda-pramanya and Pramanavedatva. 2) Vratya was an ur-monk. The Vratya-Stoma sacrifices were to be performed in order to become a Vratya and not to be free from Vratyahood. 3) There is no word for "nation" in Sanskrit. The world "Rastra" means state and not nation. 4) Sanskrit and Computer do not require each other for their existence and development. 5) Modern Sanskrit Poetry has not basis of Pratibha and therefore does not deserve to be taken seriously. 6) There is a revival of voyeurism and exhibitionism in Vedic rituals. 7) Modern period of Indological Studies is a decadent period where all freshness is lost. All the subjects of research in Indology are exhausted.





CONTENTS

 

Vol. I
 
  Page No
Introduction iii-vi
General Rules
 
I.1 1-3
I.2 4-7
I.3 8-12
I.4 13-15
I.5 16-17
I.6 18-22
I.7 23-26
I.8 27-32
I.9 33-35
I.10 36-37
The Full- And New - Moon - Offerings
 
II.1 38-41
II.2 42-44
II.3 45-50
II.4 51-55
II.5 56-59
II.6 60-66
II.7 67-71
II.8 72-74
III.1 75-77
III.2 78-81
III.3 82-86
III.4 87-90
III.5 91-94
III.6 95-97
III.7 98-100
III.8 101-104
Pindapitryajna
 
IV.1 105-110
The Samayya in the New-Moon-sacrifice
 
IV.2 110-117
Rules about Extension (atidesa) etc.
 
IV.3 118-124
Daksayana - sacrifice
 
IV.4 125-127
Inaudible performance, Kamya-rites, Anvarambhaniya-offering etc
 
IV.5 128-130
Agrayana - offering
 
IV.6 131-133
Establishement of fires
 
IV.7 133-135
IV.8 136-139
IV.9 140-141
IV.10 142-144
Re-establishment of fires
 
IV.11 145-146
Agni - Upasthana, Pravasadagnihotra etc.
 
IV.12 147-150
Agnihotra
 
IV.13 151-152
IV.14 153-157
IV.15 158-161
V.1 162-165
V.2 166-168
V.3 169-173
V.4 174-179
V.5 180-184
V.6 185-189
V.7 190-191
V.8 192-196
V.9 197-202
V.10 203-205
V.11 206-209
Mitravinda-offering
 
V.12 209-211
V.13 212
Animal-sacrifice
 
VI.1 213-216
VI.2 217-220
VI.3 221-225
VI.4 226-227
VI.5 228-230
VI.6 231-235
VI.7 236-240
VI.8 241-245
VI.9 246-248
VI.10 249-253
Agnistoma
 
VII.1 254-258
VII.2 259-263
VII.3 264-268
VII.4 269-273
VII.5 274-279
VII.6 280-283
VII.7 284-287
VII.8 287-289
VII.9 290-294
VIII.1 295-298
VIII.2 299-305
VIII.3 306-311
VIII.4 312-314
VIII.5 315-321
VIII.6 322-326
VIII.7 327-330
VIII.8 331-337
VIII.9 338-341
IX. 1 342-344
IX. 2 345-346
IX. 3 347-349
IX. 4 350-355
IX. 5 356-360
IX. 6 361-365
IX. 7 366-368
IX. 8 369-371
IX. 9 372-374
IX. 10 375-377
IX. 11 378-382
IX. 12 383-384
IX. 13 385-390
IX. 14 391-392
X. 1 393-397
X. 2 398-403
X. 3 404-407
X. 4 408-410
X. 5 411-413
X. 6 414-117
X. 7 418-421
X. 8 422-426
X. 9 427-431
XI. 1 432-436
XII.1 437-440
XII.2 441-445
XII.3 446-448
XII.4 449-452
XII.5 453-456
XII.6 457-463
Gavamayana (-sacrificial-session)
 
XIII.1 464-465
XIII.2 466-468
XIII.3 469-471
XIII.4 472-475
Vajapeya
 
XIV.1 476-481
XIV.2 482-486
XIV.3 487-490
XIV.4 491-492
XIV.5 493-498
Rajasuya
 
XV.1 499-502
XV.2 503-505
XV.3 506-509
XV.4 510-515
XV.5 516-521
XV.6 522-527
XV.7 528-532
XV.8 533-537
XV.9 538-542
XV.10 543-546
XVI.1 547-554
XVI.2 555-559
XVI.3 560-564
XVI.4 565-572
XVI.5 573-576
XVI.6 577-581
XVI.7 582-587
XVI.8 588-582
XVII.1 593-596
XVII.2 597-601
XVII.3 602-606
XVII.4 607-612
XVII.5 613-617
XVII.6 618-620
XVII.7 621-627
XVII.8 628-631
XVII.9 632-634
XVII.10 635-636
XVII.11 637-639
XVII.12 640-645
XVIII.1 646-647
XVIII.2 658-650
XVIII.3 651-655
XVIII.4 656-961
XVIII.5 662-265
XVIII.6 666-674
XIX.1 675-679
XIX.2 680-685
XIX.3 686-691
XIX.4 692-696
XIX.5 697-900
XIX.6 701-705
XIX.7 706-709
Asvamedha
 
XX.1 710-715
XX.2 716-719
XX.3 720-723
XX.4 724-730
XX.5 731-732
XX.6 733-738
XX.7 739-745
XX.8 746-751
Purusamedha (Human sacrifice)
 
XXI.1 752-755
Sarvamedha (All-sacrifice)
 
XXI.2 756-758
Pitrmedha (Sacrifice to the manes)
 
XXI.3 759-763
XXI.4 764-769
Ekahas (one-day-soma-sacrifices)
 
XXII.1 -770-777
XXII.2 778-781
XXII.3 782-790
XXII.4 791-794
XXII.5 795-799
XXII.6 800-804
XXII.7 805-808
XXII.8 809-812
XXII.9 813-814
XXII.10 815-820
XXII.11 821-825
Ahina - sacrifices
 
XXIII.1 826-829
XXIII.2 830-832
XXIII.3 833
XXIII.4 834-838
XXIII.5 839-843
Sacrificial Sessions (Sattras)
 
XXIV.1 844-849
XXIV.2 850-856
XXIV.3 857-864
XXIV.4 865-873
XXIV.5 874-879
XXIV.6 878-886
XXIV.7 887-892
Expiations (Prayascitta)s
 
XXV.1 893-895
XXV.2 896-898
XXV.3 899-903
XXV.4 904-911
XXV.5 912-916
XXV.6 917-919
XXV.7 920-924
XXV.8 925-928
XXV.9 929-931
XXV.10 932-935
XXV.11 936-941
XXV.12 942-946
XXV.13 947-954
XXV.14 955-961
Pravargya
 
XXVI.1 962-965
XXVI.2 966-969
XXVI.3 970-971
XXVI.4 972-975
XXVI.5 976-977
XXVI.6 978-982
XXVI.7 983-991
Index 992-1000
Vol. II
The Agnicayana (Fire-alter-building)-rite
 
XVI.1 547-554
XVI.2 555-559
XVI.3 560-564
XVI.4 565-672
XVI.5 573-576
XVI.6 577-581
XVI.7 582-587
XVI.8 588-592
XVII.1 593-596
XVII.2 597-601
XVII.3 602-606
XVII.4 607-612
XVII.5 613-617
XVII.6 618-620
XVII.7 621-627
XVII.8 628-631
XVII.9 632-634
XVII.10 635-636
XVII.11 637-639
XVII.12 640-645
XVIII.1 646-647
XVIII.2 648-650
XVIII.3 651-655
XVIII.4 656-661
XVIII.5 662-665
XVIII.6 666-674
Sautramani
 
XIX.1 675-679
XIX.2 680-685
XIX.3 686-691
XIX.4 692-696
XIX.5 597-700
XIX.6 701-705
XIX.7 706-709
Asvamedha
 
XX.1 710-715
XX.2 716-719
XX.3 720-723
XX.4 724-730
XX.5 731-732
XX.6 733-738
XX.7 739-745
XX.8 746-751
Purusamedha (Human sacrifice)
 
XXI.1 752-755
Sarvamedha (All-sacrifice)
 
XXI.2 756-758
Pitrmedha (Sacrifice to the manes)
 
XXI.3 759-763
XXI.4 764-769
Ekahas (one-day-soma-sacrifices)
 
XXII.1 770-777
XXII.2 778-781
XXII.3 782-790
XXII.4 791-794
XXII.5 795-799
XXII.6 800-804
XXII.7 805-808
XXII.8 809-812
XXII.9 813-814
XXII.10 815-820
XXII.11 821-825
Ahina - sacrifices
 
XXIII.1 826-829
XXIII.2 830-832
XXIII.3 833
XXIII.4 834-838
XXIII.5 839-843
Sacrificial Sessions (Sattras)
 
XXIV.1 844-849
XXIV.2 850-856
XXIV.3 857-864
XXIV.4 865-873
XXIV.5 874-879
XXIV.6 878-886
XXIV.7 887-892
Expiations (Prayascitta)s
 
XXV.1 893-895
XXV.2 896-898
XXV.3 899-903
XXV.4 904-911
XXV.5 912-916
XXV.6 917-919
XXV.7 920-924
XXV.8 925-928
XXV.9 929-931
XXV.10 932-935
XXV.11 936-941
XXV.12 942-946
XXV.13 947-954
XXV.14 955-961
Pravargya
 
XXVI.1 962
XXVI.2 966-969
XXVI.3 970-971
XXVI.4 972-975
XXVI.5 976-977
XXVI.6 978-982
XXVI.7 983-991
Index 992-1000

 

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Katyayana-Srautasutra : Two Volumes

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About the Book

Katyayanasrautasutra belongs to the White Yajurveda which is very popular in northern India. Katyass is a comparatively young text among the numerous Srauta-Sutras. The Srautasutras deal with the solemn sacrifices like Agnihotra, New and Full-Mon-sacrifices are included the famous sacrifices like Agnistoma, Vajepeya. Asvamedha and many long sacrificial sessions. Katyass deals with these Srauta sacrifices in a systematic manner. For religions and cultural studies on ancient India the text is very important and useful. The Vedic rituals are rather neglected by Sanskrit scholars. The present text along with translation and notes will make ritualistic studies more possible on the part of scholars.

 

About the Author

Prof. G. U. Thite, retired professor and Head, Department of Sanskrit and Prakrit Languages, university of Pune, is presently the Curator at Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, Pune. His publications: Sacrifice in the Brahmana texts, Pune, 1975, Carvakasamiksa (ed) Pune, 1978; Yajna asaya ani aviskara (ed.) Pune, 1979; Medicine: its magicoreligious aspects according to Vedic and later Literature, Pune, 1981; Music in the Veda: its magicoreligious significances, Delhi, 1996; Yajna: Kal, Aj, ani Udya, Pune, 2000; Apastamba-Srauta-sutra (translation with notes), Delhi, 2005; several papers in national and international journals; knowledge of French and German. Some of his thought-provoking theses are as follows:
1) In India there is both Veda-pramanya and Pramanavedatva. 2) Vratya was an ur-monk. The Vratya-Stoma sacrifices were to be performed in order to become a Vratya and not to be free from Vratyahood. 3) There is no word for "nation" in Sanskrit. The world "Rastra" means state and not nation. 4) Sanskrit and Computer do not require each other for their existence and development. 5) Modern Sanskrit Poetry has not basis of Pratibha and therefore does not deserve to be taken seriously. 6) There is a revival of voyeurism and exhibitionism in Vedic rituals. 7) Modern period of Indological Studies is a decadent period where all freshness is lost. All the subjects of research in Indology are exhausted.





CONTENTS

 

Vol. I
 
  Page No
Introduction iii-vi
General Rules
 
I.1 1-3
I.2 4-7
I.3 8-12
I.4 13-15
I.5 16-17
I.6 18-22
I.7 23-26
I.8 27-32
I.9 33-35
I.10 36-37
The Full- And New - Moon - Offerings
 
II.1 38-41
II.2 42-44
II.3 45-50
II.4 51-55
II.5 56-59
II.6 60-66
II.7 67-71
II.8 72-74
III.1 75-77
III.2 78-81
III.3 82-86
III.4 87-90
III.5 91-94
III.6 95-97
III.7 98-100
III.8 101-104
Pindapitryajna
 
IV.1 105-110
The Samayya in the New-Moon-sacrifice
 
IV.2 110-117
Rules about Extension (atidesa) etc.
 
IV.3 118-124
Daksayana - sacrifice
 
IV.4 125-127
Inaudible performance, Kamya-rites, Anvarambhaniya-offering etc
 
IV.5 128-130
Agrayana - offering
 
IV.6 131-133
Establishement of fires
 
IV.7 133-135
IV.8 136-139
IV.9 140-141
IV.10 142-144
Re-establishment of fires
 
IV.11 145-146
Agni - Upasthana, Pravasadagnihotra etc.
 
IV.12 147-150
Agnihotra
 
IV.13 151-152
IV.14 153-157
IV.15 158-161
V.1 162-165
V.2 166-168
V.3 169-173
V.4 174-179
V.5 180-184
V.6 185-189
V.7 190-191
V.8 192-196
V.9 197-202
V.10 203-205
V.11 206-209
Mitravinda-offering
 
V.12 209-211
V.13 212
Animal-sacrifice
 
VI.1 213-216
VI.2 217-220
VI.3 221-225
VI.4 226-227
VI.5 228-230
VI.6 231-235
VI.7 236-240
VI.8 241-245
VI.9 246-248
VI.10 249-253
Agnistoma
 
VII.1 254-258
VII.2 259-263
VII.3 264-268
VII.4 269-273
VII.5 274-279
VII.6 280-283
VII.7 284-287
VII.8 287-289
VII.9 290-294
VIII.1 295-298
VIII.2 299-305
VIII.3 306-311
VIII.4 312-314
VIII.5 315-321
VIII.6 322-326
VIII.7 327-330
VIII.8 331-337
VIII.9 338-341
IX. 1 342-344
IX. 2 345-346
IX. 3 347-349
IX. 4 350-355
IX. 5 356-360
IX. 6 361-365
IX. 7 366-368
IX. 8 369-371
IX. 9 372-374
IX. 10 375-377
IX. 11 378-382
IX. 12 383-384
IX. 13 385-390
IX. 14 391-392
X. 1 393-397
X. 2 398-403
X. 3 404-407
X. 4 408-410
X. 5 411-413
X. 6 414-117
X. 7 418-421
X. 8 422-426
X. 9 427-431
XI. 1 432-436
XII.1 437-440
XII.2 441-445
XII.3 446-448
XII.4 449-452
XII.5 453-456
XII.6 457-463
Gavamayana (-sacrificial-session)
 
XIII.1 464-465
XIII.2 466-468
XIII.3 469-471
XIII.4 472-475
Vajapeya
 
XIV.1 476-481
XIV.2 482-486
XIV.3 487-490
XIV.4 491-492
XIV.5 493-498
Rajasuya
 
XV.1 499-502
XV.2 503-505
XV.3 506-509
XV.4 510-515
XV.5 516-521
XV.6 522-527
XV.7 528-532
XV.8 533-537
XV.9 538-542
XV.10 543-546
XVI.1 547-554
XVI.2 555-559
XVI.3 560-564
XVI.4 565-572
XVI.5 573-576
XVI.6 577-581
XVI.7 582-587
XVI.8 588-582
XVII.1 593-596
XVII.2 597-601
XVII.3 602-606
XVII.4 607-612
XVII.5 613-617
XVII.6 618-620
XVII.7 621-627
XVII.8 628-631
XVII.9 632-634
XVII.10 635-636
XVII.11 637-639
XVII.12 640-645
XVIII.1 646-647
XVIII.2 658-650
XVIII.3 651-655
XVIII.4 656-961
XVIII.5 662-265
XVIII.6 666-674
XIX.1 675-679
XIX.2 680-685
XIX.3 686-691
XIX.4 692-696
XIX.5 697-900
XIX.6 701-705
XIX.7 706-709
Asvamedha
 
XX.1 710-715
XX.2 716-719
XX.3 720-723
XX.4 724-730
XX.5 731-732
XX.6 733-738
XX.7 739-745
XX.8 746-751
Purusamedha (Human sacrifice)
 
XXI.1 752-755
Sarvamedha (All-sacrifice)
 
XXI.2 756-758
Pitrmedha (Sacrifice to the manes)
 
XXI.3 759-763
XXI.4 764-769
Ekahas (one-day-soma-sacrifices)
 
XXII.1 -770-777
XXII.2 778-781
XXII.3 782-790
XXII.4 791-794
XXII.5 795-799
XXII.6 800-804
XXII.7 805-808
XXII.8 809-812
XXII.9 813-814
XXII.10 815-820
XXII.11 821-825
Ahina - sacrifices
 
XXIII.1 826-829
XXIII.2 830-832
XXIII.3 833
XXIII.4 834-838
XXIII.5 839-843
Sacrificial Sessions (Sattras)
 
XXIV.1 844-849
XXIV.2 850-856
XXIV.3 857-864
XXIV.4 865-873
XXIV.5 874-879
XXIV.6 878-886
XXIV.7 887-892
Expiations (Prayascitta)s
 
XXV.1 893-895
XXV.2 896-898
XXV.3 899-903
XXV.4 904-911
XXV.5 912-916
XXV.6 917-919
XXV.7 920-924
XXV.8 925-928
XXV.9 929-931
XXV.10 932-935
XXV.11 936-941
XXV.12 942-946
XXV.13 947-954
XXV.14 955-961
Pravargya
 
XXVI.1 962-965
XXVI.2 966-969
XXVI.3 970-971
XXVI.4 972-975
XXVI.5 976-977
XXVI.6 978-982
XXVI.7 983-991
Index 992-1000
Vol. II
The Agnicayana (Fire-alter-building)-rite
 
XVI.1 547-554
XVI.2 555-559
XVI.3 560-564
XVI.4 565-672
XVI.5 573-576
XVI.6 577-581
XVI.7 582-587
XVI.8 588-592
XVII.1 593-596
XVII.2 597-601
XVII.3 602-606
XVII.4 607-612
XVII.5 613-617
XVII.6 618-620
XVII.7 621-627
XVII.8 628-631
XVII.9 632-634
XVII.10 635-636
XVII.11 637-639
XVII.12 640-645
XVIII.1 646-647
XVIII.2 648-650
XVIII.3 651-655
XVIII.4 656-661
XVIII.5 662-665
XVIII.6 666-674
Sautramani
 
XIX.1 675-679
XIX.2 680-685
XIX.3 686-691
XIX.4 692-696
XIX.5 597-700
XIX.6 701-705
XIX.7 706-709
Asvamedha
 
XX.1 710-715
XX.2 716-719
XX.3 720-723
XX.4 724-730
XX.5 731-732
XX.6 733-738
XX.7 739-745
XX.8 746-751
Purusamedha (Human sacrifice)
 
XXI.1 752-755
Sarvamedha (All-sacrifice)
 
XXI.2 756-758
Pitrmedha (Sacrifice to the manes)
 
XXI.3 759-763
XXI.4 764-769
Ekahas (one-day-soma-sacrifices)
 
XXII.1 770-777
XXII.2 778-781
XXII.3 782-790
XXII.4 791-794
XXII.5 795-799
XXII.6 800-804
XXII.7 805-808
XXII.8 809-812
XXII.9 813-814
XXII.10 815-820
XXII.11 821-825
Ahina - sacrifices
 
XXIII.1 826-829
XXIII.2 830-832
XXIII.3 833
XXIII.4 834-838
XXIII.5 839-843
Sacrificial Sessions (Sattras)
 
XXIV.1 844-849
XXIV.2 850-856
XXIV.3 857-864
XXIV.4 865-873
XXIV.5 874-879
XXIV.6 878-886
XXIV.7 887-892
Expiations (Prayascitta)s
 
XXV.1 893-895
XXV.2 896-898
XXV.3 899-903
XXV.4 904-911
XXV.5 912-916
XXV.6 917-919
XXV.7 920-924
XXV.8 925-928
XXV.9 929-931
XXV.10 932-935
XXV.11 936-941
XXV.12 942-946
XXV.13 947-954
XXV.14 955-961
Pravargya
 
XXVI.1 962
XXVI.2 966-969
XXVI.3 970-971
XXVI.4 972-975
XXVI.5 976-977
XXVI.6 978-982
XXVI.7 983-991
Index 992-1000

 

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