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Full text of "Government Gazette Of Uttar Pradesh"

UTTAR PRADESH GAZETTE'JULY 0, 1955

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01 Sdi.an.lii  Sbaiuka.

lldi biililha.nlj,  ,y.ir»LibliiiHii'a,  by  Munwwara,   Part  III.

The Princess of Wales' Sarasvaii Bhavana
Studies Vols. I to IX, edited by Mahamaho-
padhyaya Gopinath Kaviraj, M.A., Present
Editor, Dr. M. D. Shastri, Principal, Sanskrit
College, Banaras.

Vul. 1—(a) Studies in Hindu Law— (1) liz Evolution, by Gang:*-
n.itli.t Tlia (Reduced lujVe As 34) (3us 1

(fc) The Viewpoint of Nyaya Vaishe&ika Philosuphy, by iiopmatb
Eaviraj

lc) Niimanu, Kaya, by Gopinath Kaviiaj.

Vol. II—(flj Pdr'iuuramJi Mi^ia alias Vani Edtald I4aya, by Gupi
naih Kaiiraj. (Reduced price lts.2 8) \ia$. tip*).

|t) Imlex to Sl-dbaia'a Bhaihya, by the late Cul.  G. A. Jacob.

it1) Studies in Hindu Law—(sh its  Source, by Gdug-inatha Jla

(d) A new Bhakti Sinra, I;,  Uu|iii.iH' K.iviraj.

(cj The Sjstem of ChciLuio\iL._.n,liuy to Gorakchauath, by Gnnf
uatli Kaiira].

(/I Theism in Ancient India, by  Gopinath Kavira].

(g) Hindu Poetics, by Batuknatba Sharma.

f/ij A  Seventeenth  Century  Astrolable,     by  Padamdkara Divivcdi

uj Homi Aspects nf Vjra Shan a Philosophy, by Gopinath Kavinj

(j) Nayaya Jiiisuuianjali (Enghsh Translation), by Gopmath Kaviidj

f'.j The definition uf poctzy, by Narajana  Shas'tri Etuate.

(/i So-sdala Upailhyaya,  by Gopinath Kaviraj.

Vol. HE.—(a) Index to Shfibara's Bhashya, by the Col. 0- _A.
Jai-ob. (Kedm-ed pnce Es.2-8) (las. 6p&.).

(b) Studies m Hindu Law—IQJ Judicial procedure, by Ganganatha
Jhd.

\c\ Tbeihm m  Ancient India,  by Gopinath Kavira].

(di History and Bibhographj of Nayaya Vaishashika Literature by
tuipmatb Kaviraj.

(t'l Naifchdha and  Sri Haraha,  by Nisakamala Bhattacharya.

(/} Indian Dramaturgyj by P   N. Patankar.

Vol. Fvr.—(a) Studies in Hindu Law—(4) Judicial Proceduic. by
GdQganatba Jha (Reduced price Ka.2-8) das,).

(b) History and Bibliography of Nyaya Vaisheshikar Literature, by
Lriipmrth Kivnaj

(i;) Analysis of the Contents of the Eigveda Pratiahakhya, by Manga]
Deva Shastri, M.A., D.PHIL.

iW Narayaua's Ganita Kauniudi,  by Padmakara  Dvivedi.

icj Food cud Drink in the liamayamc Age, by Manmatha Nath E'iy.

(// Sat-karyavada;  Casualty in Sankhya, by Goginath Kaviraj

(g) Discipline by Consequences, by G. L. Sinha.

\ki Historj' of the Oiij>in and Espansiitn of the Aryans, by A. CJ.
G.inguli.

ill Puniahments in Ancient Indian Schools, by G. L. Sinha.

Vol. V7.—iffl) Ancient Home of the Aryans and their Migration lo
Ji'ilia, by A C, Ganguli. (Reduced price Ba.2-B) (4<w. 6pa.).

(61 A Satrap Com. by Shy.im Lai Merh.

(,-J An Efltima-e i.f the Civilization of the Vanarad as depicted in
the Ramayana, by ilanmatha Nath Eoy.

(J) A Comparison of the Contents of the Rig-Veda Vafaaneyi.
Taittiriya and Athava-Veda (Cbaturadhyayik, Pratishakynsj, by
-S>r. Manual Dt-va Rbastri, M.A., D.PHIL.

(e) Doctrine of Formal Training and the Ancient Indian Thought,
by G, L. Sinha.

(/* Hiatory and Jlibliography nf Nydya Vaishaahika Literature, by
Gopinath Kiviraj, M.A.

f.7) Kotw and  Qucrim, by flor-inath Kavinif,  M \.

Vul. VL«{ffl> ludftTc to Bhabara'a BhaBhya, by the late tt.l. CJ. A
Jwrib. (Kedaced prU» H8.2-8) &<u.).

(b) Some Aspects  of the History and Doctrines  of the Nathaa bv

upinath   Kauraj

ic) An Indes to the Hamayana, by Manmatha Nath Eoy

iifj  Studies in Hindu Law,  by MM.  Dr.  G-anganaiha Jha

(e) The Munan&a Manuscripts in the Government Sansknt Librm
(J-lanaias), by Gopinath Kavira/].

(/I Nutej aud  Queues,  by Gopinath Kaviraj.

Vul VII.—fi/) Bhamaha and his Kavyalankara, by Batuk N&Lli
L-'haima and Balde\a Dpdhya>.i (Induced pnuL- R= ii-H) i(ns|

ib) Home Valiants in the EeadinNg of the Vai&heshika Sutras, by
Cropinath Kaviraj

(c; Jlistoiy and   Ijibhography of Nyaya  Vai&heahika Liteij,ture, bv

id] An Attempt to Ainve at the CorreLt Meaning ni  Some Obscure

Vedic words, by Sitd liani Joshi.
1C) A   Comparison  oi  the  Contents  of     the     Eig-Veda  Vaja&ncyi

laittinya   and Atbarva-Veda      (Chaturadhyayika)      Piatiahkhjas,   r>v

JJi. Mdngal Deva Shastri, M.A., D PHIL

If) Au Index to the Eamnyana, by Mimmatba Nath Roy

Ifj) An Index to Shabaia's by the late Col   G   A. Jdcob

(A) Gleanings iiom the Tantras, by Liopmath Kaxiia],

(r The Dj,te oi Madhucundana Saiasvati, by Gopinath Jvavn.i]

|y) JJesunptnru noles on Sanskrit Manuscupts, GopmtiLU Ka^iraj

\k) A note on the meaning of the  term uf Parardha,    by Uniesli-i

Vul VIII.—la! Indian Philosophy (a Eeview), by Tarak Natb
•iHiijdl (Iteduiud pnco Bfl.3-8) (Bus.)

(b)  An Index to the Propei Namus occuiung in Valuuki'ii RIIIII,L^UUJI,
U   Maniiiatliii Niifch Eoy

"in   Vn   Indf-K tn the iJhabaia Ba&hja, by tlie late Col   G-   A   Jatoh

(i7) Hanswami—The Cnnimeutator of the 81ial.a[jatha Hiiibnuinii -
.mil the d.ite ul PLandasv.imi—The Cmiimentator ot the Eig-Veda, bj
'Miiu^al Dti\a tihaeln

«\ Mxhtuihiin  in Veda,  by  Gnpinalh Kaviraj.

iyj Tliti Dcvadabis—a Unet IIisLury of Lhe ]ualitutirm, by Maiim-itli..
Njth Roy.

Vol IX.—in) Tbe Life nf a Yogm, by Gopmath Kaviraj. (Itt-duceil
priuo Ka.a-B) (7e*).

i''jj Ou the Antiquity nf the Indian AH Canons, by Haridas IVliara

(i) 1'rai'hya—Vartfikariina   Padhati,   by   Satish   Chandra   Q-uha.

(rj) Yoga VashiahTha and Sonic of the Mmoi Upamshadas, by B. L

(t'j An Index to the Proper Names occurring in Valmiki's Eamayaud,
by Manmalha Nath Eoy

(/) The Philosophy of Tupura  Tantia,  by  Gopmath Kavira].

Vol. X.—(a) The conception of Physical and SuperpHysical Organ
ism m Sanskrit Literature, by Gopinath Kaviraj. (Reduced pice
£-2-8) (6o#.J.

tli) Some Aspects nf the Philosophy of Sakta Tonta, by Gopinath
K.uiiaj

(c)  A short uoto on Tattvasamava, by Gnpinath Kaviraj.

nil Hiblory of the Woild Isvara  und il.s Idea,     by Manual  Devi

(c) Spnits aad Games as referred to in Sansknt Literature, b\
Anant Shastn Phadke.

(/) Objects of Offerings in the Srauta   Sacrifices, by A   Chimas-wami

(ff) Agriculture in the Vedas, by S. N. Jhorkhandi.

l/t) An Enqiuiy into the Nature of Speech, by Hman Chandra
Bhiitlachaiyj.

(i) Deities and Objects of Offerings in the Srauta Sacrifices, by
Ijkdgwat Prasad Misia,

(j) A comparison of the Eigveda—Prati Sakhya with the Paniniani
Grammar, by Mangal Deva Shastri.

(A) Knli Kaumudi and its Author,  by Santimoy Banerjee.

(I) The Sakti Sutra ascribed to Agastya, by Mangal Deva Bhastri

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