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The Laws of Manu, Score Hin Manu

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The Sacred Laws of the Âryas, Part II : Vâsishtha and Baudhâyana, ...

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The Sacred Laws of the Âryas, Part I : Âpastamba and Guatama, Scor...

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The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Score Hin Ysp

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Vedânta-sûtras, Part II

By: George Thibaut

Description: 1896. The Sacred Books of the East series, comprising fifty volumes, has translations of key sacred texts of Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, Zoroastrianism, Jainism, and Islam. The series was edited by the famous linguist Max Muller, who also produced many of the translations and were the foundational documents for the new discipline known as the comparative science of religions. The Vedanta Sutras with the commentary by Sankarakarya Part II contai...

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Indian Idylls

By: Edwin Arnold

Description: Editorial Reviews - Indian Idylls From the Publisher A PRINCE there was, named Nala, Virasen's noble breed, Goodly to see, and virtuous; a tamer of the steed As Indra 'midst the gods, so he of kings was kingliest one, Sovereign of men, and splendid as the golden, glittering sun; Pure, knowing scripture, gallant; ruling nobly Nishadh's lands; -- selections (by a Westerner) from the MAHABHARATA--as is The Bhagavad-Gita. Synopsis A PRINCE there was, named Nala,...

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Hindu Mysticism, Score Hin Hm

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The Yajur Veda Taittiriya Sanhita, Score Hin Yv

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The Rig Veda in Sanskrit, Score Hin Rvsan

By: Sacred Texts

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Vedânta-sûtras, Part I

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Ramakrishna, His Life and Sayings, Score Hin Rls

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The Institutes of Vishnu, Score Hin Sbe07

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The Mahabharata in Sanskrit, Score Hin Mbs

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The Little Clay Cart, Score Hin Lcc

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The Mahabharata Book 2 : Sabha Parva, Score Hin M02

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