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CATALOGUE 



BENGALI PRINTED BOOKS 



LIBRARY 



OF THE 



BRITISH MUSEUM. 



BY 

J. F. BLUMHARDT, 



FORMERLY OF THE BESG.U, CITIL SERVICE, TEACHER-CT BEXGALI IX THE UXITERSnT OF CAMBRIDGE ASD AT UXIVER-SITV 

COLLEGE, LOUDON. 



PRINTED BY OEDER OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE BRITISH MUSEm. 



LONDON: 

SOLD BY LOXGMAXS & CO., 39, PATERJsOSTER ROTT; B. OTJARITCH, 15, PICCADILLY: 
A. ASHER & CO., 13, BEDFORD STREET, COVEXT GARDEJf, axd TRUBXER & CO., 57, LUDGATE HILL. 

1886. 



STEPHEN AV6TIM AND SONS, 




PaiHTEBS, nEETFORD. 



The present Catalogue has been compiled by Mr. J. F. Blumhardt, formerly of the Bengal 

Civil Service, who has for several years been employed in cataloguing the works in the North Indian 

Vernaculars in the Museum Library. It is, perhaps, the first attempt that has been made to arrange 

Bengali writings under authors' names ; and the principles on which this has been done are fulh 

stated in the Preface. 

GEO. BULLEN, 

Keeper of the Department of Prdited Books. 



PEEFACE 



In submitting to the public the present Catalogue of Bengali books contained in the Library 
of the British Museum the compiler finds it necessary to explain the general principles of cataloguing 
adopted by him, and the special rules laid down for the treatment of Oriental names of authors and 
books. He has tried to observe throughout one consistent plan of transliteration, based on intelligible 
principles of etymology, yet rejecting alike the popular mode of writing names according to their modern 
pronunciation, and the pedantic system of referring everything back to its original Sanskrit form ; thereby 
making unnecessary deviations from proper Bengali idiom. The Catalogue is drawn up on a definite 
system, which it is hoped will be found both simjjle and practical. 

The Catalogue comprises : (1) all purely Bengali works ; (2) translations of such works into 
English or other languages ; and (3) polj-glott works, of which one language is Bengali, whether 
as translation, paraphrase, or commentary on Sanskrit or other originals. Dictionaries and grammars 
written in English for English readers have been excluded. 

As regards the general scheme under which this Catalogue has been prepared, it will oulv be 
necessary to observe that the cataloguing rules in force for the General Library have been adhered 
to as closely as possible, subject to certain modifications, rendered necessary imder the peculiar conditions 
of Oriental usage. As a general rule, all works are primarily catalogued under the names of their authors, 
whether such names appear in the work, or (if no name is to be found), wherever the authorship is 
an undisputed fact, or has been ascertained by the cataloguer from bibliographies, reports, catalogues 
or other sources. Anonymous works, of unascertained or doubtful authorship, if provided with an English 
title-page, are catalogued under the same rules as are observed in the General Library, and, if possessing 
Bengali title-pages only, are, if possible, placed under the name of the work or otherwise under some 
heading which appears natural and consistent with general principles. 

To facilitate the finding of any book, whether anonymous or otherwise, bj' a reader who may 
be unacquainted with the author's name, or the cataloguing rules, an Index has been appended to the 
work, containing both the genuine Oriental titles of all the books in this catalogue (where such exist), 
and those containing English words introduced as an essential part of the title, with a reference to the 
particular form of author's name, or other heading, under which each work may be foimd. All purely 
English, or Bengali forms of English titles, such as Lard Kenim (i.e. Lord Canning), are excluded. This 
Index is in Roman characters, and has been prepared with strict reference to the rules adopted for 



VI PREFACE. 

transliteration, shortly to bo explained, and not necessarily in the mode of spelling found on the title-page. 
In cases where there exists a considerable variation of spelling between the correct form, and that adopted 
by the author, both forms are entered in the Index, so as to ensure every possible facility to the reader in 
the identification of the book. The following are examples of such fanciful incorrect forms of spelling, 
viz. Subboosovokaree Potrica, Annuud Nahoorry, Oviguan Sakantollah, liigyana tSebadhi, Gonitganankure, 
Shabetree-Shuttoban-Geetabheenoy, and others. The same remarks apply also to the titles of books in 
the Muhammadan Bengali dialect (to be noticed later on), and to titles containing pure Hindustani, 
Persian or Arabic words, with this exception that, whereas no such titles are to be found in English 
characters in the books themselves, it has been necessary to give only the correct forms, without noticing 
the uncouth forms which tlioy would assume if transliterated strictly from their Bengali modes of spelling. 
For example, ii)^<lfC<if'7l «1I<«IIJJ1 by Muhammad Klultir, is shown under its correct form of " Asrar al- 
khwiibniimah " only. It would have been absurd, and perhaps unintelligible, to put it under its possible 
transliterated form as "Echhrilrol khabnamil." So also '*ll5^t<tld»ll<^|sila by Muhammad Faiz Al-Din is 
entered as "Ahkam i saliit," instead of " Ahakiimochchhiiliit." 

The titles in the catalogue itself reproduce the spelling of the works themselves, and thus retain 
any errors, orthographical, grammatical, or typographical that they may contain. In cases where it has 
been necessary to add somewhat to the titles, to render them more complete, or intelligible, as also in the 
descriptions of the works, more especiallj' in the case of Bengali books without English title-pages, the 
matter supplied is shown within square brackets, thus [ ], and wherever quotations have been made 

from any part of books, other than tlio title-pages, they appear in parentheses. 

The plan of treating as identical the letters "i" and "j," and "u" and "v" in the alphabetical 
arrangement of words adopted in the General Catalogue, has been discarded here as in the Sanskrit 
Catalogue. 

"We come now to the consideration of the system which has been adopted, both as regards trans- 
literation generally,^ and also as to the treatment of names of Oriental authors. The latter question 
depends necessarily very much on the former. It is obvious that an essential point, in dealing with the 
question of transcription, is the adoption of a uniform method, for a want of consistency would result in 
confusion, and considerable perplexity to any one desirous of consulting the catalogue. Any attempt 
at transliteration 07i the basis of local pronunciation would be highly unsatisfactorj', being arbitrary in its 
character, and depending solelj' on the provincial usage adopted by the cataloguer, which may be 
more or less faulty or incorrect. So also it would be simply impossible to adopt the modes of spelling 
made use of by native authors themselves, in the case of books containing English title-pages, 
for not only have different methods been followed during different periods in the history of Bengali 
literature, but each individual author has adopted a system of his own, often very incorrect. Moreover, it 
frequently hajipens that the same author spells his own name in totally different waj's, not only in 
different works, but even in different editions of the same work. Thus the eminent Sanskrit scholar 
Isvarachandra Vidyiisiigara has spelt his name in no less than four different ways. So also we find the 
conflicting forms Jodu Nath Mookherjee, Jodu Nath Mukherjee, and Jadunatha Mukherji. Then again 
we meet with palpably incorrect and fanciful forms, which do not appear to be based on any fixed 
principles of transliteration, such as Kanny Loll Dey, Nobin Krissiona Banerjea, Tin Curry Ghosaul, and 
others. Similar cases of clearly incorrect modes of spelling have already been given with reference 
to the titles of books. Many other such instances might be adduced, but these will suiEce to show 
that a system of transliteration on purely phonetic bases is impracticable, as weU as irrational and 

' See complete table of transliteration at the end of this preface. 



PREFACE. VU 

unscholarlj'. The retention of forms such as Banerjea, Mookerjea, Chatterjea, and the like, is oiJen to the 
same objection, for not only do we find the word Banerjea, for instance, sjDelt in various ways, such as 
Bonnerjee, Bonarjee, Banerjee, and so on, but many authors, esj)ecially those unacquainted with English, 
adopt the correct Sanskrit forms of Vandyopadhyiiya, Mukhopiidhyilya, and Chattopildhyaya. In fact 
these are the forms in which Bengalis invariably write their names, though in ordinary conversation they 
make use of the abbreviated Bengali forms of Banerjea, etc' 

It is clear from these considerations that the adoption of a systematic and uniform mode of trans- 
literation is indispensable. The system adopted by the late Dr. E. Haas in the preparation of the " Catalogue 
of Sanskrit and Pali Books in the Library of the British Museum," based on the systems of Max MiiUer, 
Muir and Aufrecht, is the one that has been followed in this Catalogue, with a few exceptions, which may 
be seen on referring to the table appended to this preface. All pure Sanskrit words of every description, 
whether in their original forms, or with Bengali inflectional terminations, have therefore been treated 
strictly in accordance with that system of transliteration, and without any regard to the Bengali mode of 
pronunciation of any particular letter. So also the short vowel " a " when inherent but unexpressed 
in the Bengali pronunciation of Sanskrit words, which Dr. Haas indicated by the somewhat cumbrous 
expedient of parentheses, has necessarily been used when transliterating such words ; but in words ot/ter 
than Sanskrit, and in Bengali inflexional tenninations, this unexi^ressed " a " has been omitted. Thus we 
have the form "vanavasa" for the Bengali " banabas," and its genitive "vanavaser," "yatra" for 
" jatrii," "jilana" for " gj-an," and so on. 

All purely Bengali, or " desi " words, as well as Bengali modifications of Sanskrit words, such 
as the adjective "Biingala" from " Vanga," "hat" from " hasta," and such like, have been treated, as far 
as possible, on the same general method of transliteration. But here the characteristic modes of Bengali 
pronunciation (as in the word " Biirigala,") have been retained, omitting the inherent unsounded " a." 
To treat such words on the same jDrinciples as are applied to pure Sanskrit words would be illogical and 
pedantic. It is gratifying to observe that this system of transliteration of Sanskrit words and names 
is being very largely appreciated, and generally adopted by the natives themselves, the old-fashioned 
forms of spelling according to the pronunciation being almost universally discarded. 

Following this general principle, all pure Persian, Arabic, or Hindustani words have been, as far 
as possible, spelt in their correct forms, and not Bengalicized, so to say. This rule applies particularly 
to the class of Bengali literature already referred to as current amongst Muhammadan readers, 
which of late years has been very largely developed, and which forms quite a distinct element in it. 
It consists mainly of metrical versions of romances, and of works on Muhammadan ritual, religious 
observances and tradition, based on Persian, Arabic, or Hindustani sources. Such works abound in 
Persian or Arabic words, or their Hindustani modifications, not translated into equivalent Bengali 
expressions, but retained in Bengali modes of spelling, which, to the unpractised reader, are not only 
extremely barbarous in form, but at times hardly recognizable. This species of literature is generally 
known by the name of Muhammadan Bengali, and in transcribing such words it has been found quite 
impossible and confusing to adopt any but the orthograjihy of the original language. One or two 
specimens of this kind of Bengali have already been given when dealing with the subject of Index titles. 
Of names derived from Persian and other sources we have Hiildar, Majumdiir, Sarkiir, Faklrchiind, 
and the like. In the case of place-names, when supplied by the cataloguer, it has been thought best to 
adopt the compromise between scientific and popular usage fixed by Dr. Hunter's Gazetteer. 

' In the " Journal of the National Indian Association," No. 16D, for January, 1S85, which gives a list of Indian students in England, we 
find, side by side, conflicting forms, such as Chakravarti and Chuckerbutty, Datta and Dutt, De and Day, Mitra and Hitter, Sinha and Singh. 



Vm PREFACE. 

Lastl)', we come to the consideration of the forms under which names of Bengali authors should 
Ix? catalogued. There is a tendency amongst English-speaking Bengalis to attempt to assimilate their 
names to the English sj-stcm of Christian and surname, as for example, P. C. Sircar (Peary Chum Sircar), 
S. C. Bose (Shib Chunder Bose), K. SI. Bauerjca. In these cases it will be seen that there is no real 
analogy between the structure of Bengali and English names. In the last-mentioned name, for instance, 
the word Banerjea, or its correct Sanskrit form Vandyopildhyiiya, is no surname at all, but a caste-iitk for 
one of the four classes of Rarhi Kulin Brahmans, and as such is common to every member of that class, 
totally independent of any actual kinshij). Whether it may be convenient or not for English-speaking 
Bengalis to adopt such caste-titles as surnames, is a question quite distinct from the expediencies of 
cataloguing. It is impossible to make use of them as surnames, for the natives themselves do not 
regard tliem in such a light, as is abundantly clear from the fact that they frequently drop the 
caste-title altogether, and substitute either the word " Sarmii " if a Brahman, " Yarmii " if a Kshatriya, 
or one or more degree-titles, such as Vidyiisiigara, Xyiiyiilankilra, Kaviratna, Bhattilcharya, and the like, 
or occasionally add them to the caste-titles. Thus wo find a grammar written by " Prasannachandra 
Chakravarti," who in a later edition appears as " Prasanuacluindra Vidyaratna." If in the first instance 
he were to be catalogued as P. C. Chakravarti, or Chuckerbutty, he should in the later edition be called 
P. C. Yidyuratna. Similarly we have another author under the difEcrcnt forms of Chandrakumiira 
Sarma, Chandrakumiira Bhattachiirya, and Chandrakumiira Kaviratna. In the case of some authors, 
as Lakshmlnilrayana Nj-iiyalankiira, the translator of the Ilitopadesa, and the well-known Sanskrit 
scholar and author Isvarachandra Vid3-iisagara, the caste-title has entirely disappeared, and this ajipears 
to be the rule generally when a degree-title is obtained.^ A Bengali's real name, his nomen proprium, is that 
which comes first, and stands before the caste or degree-titles, and in most cases does not consist of two 
distinct names, as in the case of English Christian names, but of one compound name, generally denoting 
an epithet or attribute of one or other of the Hindu deities, and formed by the rules of Sanskrit samasa. 
In the illustration noticed above the initial letters K. M. stand for the ' tat-punisha ' compound Krishna- 
mohana, i.e. Krishna-pleasing, though in all parts of India the consciousness of this grammatical fact 
seems to be generally lost. It follows then, that for cataloguing purposes, where a definite system is 
indispensable, the imitation of a Christian and surname, though it might, on grounds of expediency 
alone, be attempted in the case of some English-speaking authors, would be found quite impracticable 
when applied to native authors generally ; and as in point of fact in these cases Christian names do not 
exist, the only clear mode of cataloguing is to take their names just as they occur, and to transcribe them 
according to the system of transliteration fixed upon. It is interesting to notice that Bengalis themselves 
recognize the propriety of this system, and are generally adopting it in their title-pages.*^ 

' §yamacharana Sarkar in his " Introduction to the Bengalee language," p. 357, of the Calcutta edition of 1850, in his remarks on castes 
and titles, says, " If a person's name be Ishwarchaudra, his hereditary title Bandyopadhyny, and if he has received the title of Bidyusiigar, then 
be is addressed Bidyasagar Mahashoy, and occasionally Ishwarchandra Bidyasagar Bhattacharjya Mahashoy." This bears oat the argument 
that amongst the natives themselves the caste-title Vandyopadhaya, or Banerjea, is not regarded as part of the nomen proprium. Nilamani 
Mukhopadhyaya Nyayalaukara is an instance of the retention of both caste and degree-titles. 

' It is curious to observe how some modem Bengali authors, whilst ready to adopt this system of transliteration, utterly refuse to do so in 
the case of their own names. Thus we have the "Ayurveda vijnana" by Sinod Lai Sen. So also the author of the English novel entitled 
" Govinda Simanta " uses this system, with slight modifications, in spelling the names of his characters, as Ke^-'ava (not ' Keshub '), of common 
objects, as ilshiisdld, vind, ydnti, and even well-known towns, e.g. Burdwan and Cuttack, scarcely recognizable to some readers as ' Vardha- 
m&na' and 'Kataka,' and yet retains the spelling of his own name in the merely conventional form " L&l Behiri Day." This example, 
amongst several that could be noticed, proves the fact that a rational system of spelling is being generally adopted, and it is only reasonable 
that it should be extended also to the spelling of the namea of Bengali authors. 



PREFACE. IX 

One or two exceptional cases must be noticed. One is that of Michael Madhusudana Datta, where 
the English name, being a genuine Christian name, has been treated accordingly, i.e. appearing in a 
parenthesis after his real name. Another is the case of an author signing himself '»T . . . 5 . . . 4 HI*. 
As it does not appear what the initials stand for, whether Govindachandra, Gopiilachandra, or other such 
compound, there was no alternative but to leave it an open question, and the only practical method that 
suggested itself in cataloguing this unknown name was that of placing it thus, VasXk.\, Ga. . . . Cha. . . . 
lu another instance the author has omitted his real name entirely, and has given us only his 
caste name " Bose." 

All titles of rank, such as Riijit, Rai Bahadur, Munshi, Pundit, and the like, have been generally 
discarded, except when it has been necessary to insert them, by way of distinguishing between authors 
of the same name, in which cases they invariably follow the names in italics. 

In conclusion the compiler begs to acknowledge his indebtedness to Professor Cecil Bendall, 
of the British Museum, not only for his very thorough and careful revision of the whole work as 
it issued from the press, whereby several errors, typographical, diacritical, and otherwise, which had 
escaped notice in the correction of the proofs, were detected and rectified, but also for the many valuable 
suggestions and corrections received from him during the preparation of the work, in the adoption 
of the scheme generally, and in the application of technical cataloguing rules, so as to ensure, as 
far as possible, a strict uniformity with existing Catalogues of the British Museum. 

J. F. BLUMHARDT. 

Cambridge, May, 1886. 



TABLE OF TRANSLITERATION. 



BENGALI AND NAGARI ALPHABETS. 



Beno. 


Nag. 




Bexo. 


Nao. 




Beno. 


Nao. 






Beno. 


Nao. 




W 


^ 


a 


^ 


^ 


ka 


^ 


s 


tha 




7 


^ 


ba 


^T 


^ 


:1 


«; 


^ 


klia 


^(^ 


')^ 


cla(! 


ra') 


"» 


H 


bha 


^ 


X 


i 


?f 


1 


ga 


T>(7 


")« 


dha 


(rha') 


IT 


»? 


ma 


^ 


t 


1 


sr 


^ 


gha 


<1 


JBT 


na 




^{?) ^ 


ya 


^ 


^ 


u 


vS 


^ 


na 


3 


?1 


ta 




■? 


T 


ra 


t 


^ 


n 


F 


^ 


cba 


s; 


^ 


tha 




iT 


^ 


la 


•SK 


^ 


ri 


^ 


w 


chha 


(f 


^ 


da 




^ 


^ 


va 


jq 


Tl 


e 


^ 


5r 


ja 


if 


V 


dha 




■«r 


^ 


sa 


^ 


^ 


ai 


^ 


^«5: 


jha 


ij 


5? 


na 




5^ 


^ 


sba 


« 


^ 





>* 


^ 


fia 


^f 


tj 


pa 




7T 


^ 


sa 


^ 


Vt 


an 


^ 


z 


ta 


IF 


^ 


pha 




?" 


f 


ha 



' In words not purely Sanskrit. 

The signs ?, S and * represented by m, h and n, respectively. 



PERSIAN, ARABIC AND HINDUSTANI ALPHABETS. 



i—J 


b 


J 


d 


^ 


s 


xJ 


g 


L-J 


P 


3' 


d 


<,~ 


z 


J 


1 


<^ 


t 


J 


z 


\> 


t 


r 


m 


v^l 


t 


J 


r 


)!> 


7. 


c 


n 


CJ 


§ 


r 


r 


t 


( 


J 


w, (v2) 


TL 


J 


J 


7. 


t 


§b 


; 


h 


t 


ch 


« 


zh 


uJ 


f 


v^" 


y 


C 


h 


u^ 


s 


J 


k 






t 


kh 


LT 


sh 


._/ 


k 






■ 


Peculiar to Hindustani only. 




■ When corresponding 


to the Sanskrit ^ 





Hamzah in the middle of a word '. 



ADDENDA ET CORRIGENDA. 



p. 1, col. 2, line 1, for Y^ reed ^.^'f- 

5, „ 2, „ 43, for Pt. iv. v. read Pt. i.-v., and omit note. 

5, yb>' "DeoyanI peyiidar" 7-ead "Diwani piyadar." 
7, supp/i/ siih-heading, I^ew Testajiext. — Gosjiek. — Harmonies. 
33, for CAREY (Felix) read CAREY (William) B.D. 
38, for Dasaeathi read DasaeathT. 
25, for " Sarpaghata " read " Sarpaghata." 
2, last line but one, /o>' "Yahsplya" read "Yashplya." 
2, line 35, for Pt. II. read 2 pt., and omit note. 

1, „ 38, for Pt. 14-16 read Pt. 1-16, and omit "Imperfect. Wanting Pt. 1-13 "' in note. 
1, „ 17, for Pt. I. pp. ii. 250 read 2 pt. 



11, 
13, 
16, 
19, 
36, 
45, 
62, 
84, 
102, 



2, 
2, 

9 

2, 
2, 



CATALOGUE. 



'ABBAS 'ALi. f»^i-lj\jcK (^W^WtZ? ^^^Tt^ [Gul- 
ziir i Islam. Religious instruction and traditional 
anecdotes in Muhamiuadan Bengali verse.] pp. 1-36. 
UT^I ^^W [Dacca, 1881.] 8°. 

^^^Xi.^] _L^» Cf^'^T^^ WfeicriTil*) [Misbiih 

al-Musalinln. Precepts of llio Muliainmadan religion 
in verse] pp. 126. Ff^l -jV-^Js [Dacca, 1879.] 8°. 

'ABD AL-'AZiZ. ^5rfF?T? ^JT^T^ I ^?^5T1 f^f^oT 
■^■^fw II [Asrar-i saliit. An adaptation by 'A. in 
Mubammadan Bengali verse of tbe Jannat al-Musalll, 
an Arabic work on praj'cr] pp. 240. 'i^V5> 

[Cakafta, 1880.] 8^ 

W-f^ <JCf*f I [Karir putbi. A poem on money, 

its use and abuse.] pjj. 12. i2C15,nS ^W8 [Sylhet, 
1877.] 12°. 

'ABD AL-GHANI. -STf^Tr?? Uf<-:(,«) [Jawiibir 
maknun, or bidden jewels. Ileligious precepts in 
Mubammadan Bengali verse.] pp. 170. ttT^I ivv 
[Dacca, 1880.] 8°. 

'ABD ALLAH IBN SALAM. See Jan Muhammad. 
5l^1<lilife>^1 I [Hazar mas'alab, or tbe tbousand 
questions put to tbe Projjbet by 'A. A., witb tbe 
Propbet's answers.] [1879.] 8°. 

'ABD AL-LATfr. STlV^ ir°'^T?^ 1 ^"^ITT? « W I 
[Miinava saniskaraka. Essays on moral and social 
topics.] pp.86. arfpRt<a^:.^V-a[J//(('y(ff/;«r, 1878.] 8°. 

'ABD AL-RAHMAN. ^^f^IC^ ^STfsrrciR [Kara- 
mat i Iniiimaiu. Tbe miracles of tbe Imams Hasan 
and Husain, in Mubammadan Bengali verse.] 
pp. 24. JTSISHfyr"?; ^Wl [Maimaminh, 1880.] 8°. 



'ABD AL-RAHMAN. 1~5^ ^ifwrS^ CSTtC a l^^ ^ I 
[Nutan na.slbut al-MtimiuIn. Moral tales in 
Mubammadan Bengali verse.] pp. 48. spErsRfTf^^ 
'i\}r-\ [Maimansink, 1880.] 12°. 

'ABD AL-WASI'. C^rfsTfat^ i [Soniibbiin. A tale 
in Mubammadan Bengali verse on tbe marriage and 
wars of Hanlfa, son of 'All.] pp. 23. ^f^T<fT^ 'i^V^ 
[Cakuffa, 1881.] 8°. 

ABHAYANANDA GUPTA. See Chakrapani 
Datta. 5^5iir5, etc. [Cbakradatta, edited by A. G.] 

[1880.] 8^ 

ABHAYANANDA VANDYOPADHYAYA. STsT W^- 
■JT^ af&^ I [Xala DamayantI niitaka. Tbe story 
of King Nala, taken from tbe Mabiibbarata, and 
dramatised by A. V.] pp. viii. 150. ^sI^T^I 'ife'iJ* 
[Calcutta, 1859.] 12°. 

ABRAHAM, t/ie Patriarch. Life of Abraham. 

9 ^T^tW? f^??1 II [Ibriiblmer vivarana.] pp. 47. 
Calcutta, 1843. 12°. 

ACADEMIES, etc., 

CALCrXTA. 

Agricultural and Horticultural Society of India. 

See PyarTchanda Mitra. Krisbi Patba, etc. [A 
series of articles, being mostly translations, from the 
" Transactions of tbe Agricultural and Horticultural 
Society of India."] 1861. 12°. 

Tbe Indian Agricultural Miscellany (-«t<l>i<y^Tr ^ft" 
f^^^ f?f?^S( ^s-Sf^) [Bbiiratavarsblya krisbi visba- 
yaka vividba samgraba.] Yol. I. Pt. 3 and 5. 
Calcutta, 1854, 55. 8°. 

1 



ACA— AGII 



ACADEMIES, etc., continued. 
Calouita. 

Aiiririiltuml nnd IFoiiiciil'iirnl Socir/i/ of TniUn. 

■^J^l^ar^^ I ^ TTStT I [Ilindusthaner kshetra . . . viva- 
rnnu pustuka. Vol. I. of the Transactions and 
Proceedings of the Agricultural and Horticultural 
Society of India, from 1820-28, with their regula- 
tions and list of members.] pji. 274. SjlJI^^t? 'iV-O^ 
\Scramj)itr, 1831.] 8°. 

Unircrsifi/. 
Pathamula, or Selections in Bengali for the use of 
the candidates for the Entrance Examination of the 
Calcutta University. ^Tf^^Tf^l I pp. lOG. Calcutta, 
l8o'J. 8'. 

Selections from subjects of examination in the Ben- 
gali language, appointed by the Senate of the Cal- 
cutta University for the Entrance Examination of 
1863. (Contents: The Traveller [of Goldsmith, 
freely translated into Bengali verse] by Baboo Horee- 
mohun Goopto. — On the importance of physical 
education by Baboo Ruugolaul Bauerjea). pp. 51. 
Calcutta, 1862. 8°. 

Subjects of examination in the Bengali language, 
appointed by the Senate of the Calcutta University, 
for the Entrance Examination of 1880. pp. 159. 
Calcutta, 1878. 8". 

Vernacular Literature Committee. 
See Ephemerides. The Vernacular Literature Com- 
mittee's Almanack, etc. 1855. 8°. 

ACTOR. C^K?J ■^'T? TT&Tffs or llightly served. 
An Extravaganza in one act, by an Actor. [Chorer 
upar biitpilri.] pp. 31. ^-fsK-til 'i^VO' [Calcutta, 
1876.] 12°. 

ADAMS (William), J/. J., Frllou- of Mcrton College, 
Ojfonl. The King's ilesscngers, by ... . W. A. 
Freely translated into Bengali [by Krishnamohana 
Vandyopadhyaya], with an introduction adapted 
for native readers. (<lfetfe^4) [Riljadiita.] Second 
edition, revised, pp. 52. Calcutta, 1856. 12°. 

Moral Tales, containing the King's Messen- 
gers by W. A., and the Reward of Honesty, by 
Maria Edgeworth [translated by Krishnamoliana 
Vandyopadhyaya], f^c. (RaK-^^'n^^ I . . . ^iPiUl- 
Sf^tfs^T^l) [Nltibodhakaitihiisa.] pp. 155. Engl. 
and Beiuj. Calcutta, 1849. 12°. 

No. X. of the Encyclopaedia Bengalensia, edited by Krishna- 
mohana Vandyupadhyuija. 



ADHARACHANDRA MUKHOPADHYAYA. fr* 

?t5T7;JrTf5^T T| Jir^lHif S^g^TrlTT l [ViriijaMiiihiiiT. A 

talc of lliiulu life in the Kith ci-ntuiy.] pp. 96. 
^fwfTI -iXyrZ ^Calcutta, 1877.] 8°. 

[Another edition.] *r«1<:-lT| •iVV-5> [Calcutta, 



1880.] 8°. 

ADHARALALA SENA. ^^-Tfsw I [Kusumakii- 

nana. ^liscellaneous poems.] pp.04. ^fsT^^ ^ii>08 
[Calcutta, 1877.] 12°. 

ADHYATMAVIJNANA. The Hare prize fund 
essay. A treatise on spiritualism . . ., compiled 
from various woi'ks in the English language. ^9Jf- 
^SrfrsrrT l pp. iv. 119. <pf5TTr5l ^IV^ [Calcutta, 
1867.] 12". 

ADVAITACHANDRA ADHYA. See Periodical 
Publications. — Calcutta. tt^W^-i^^I [Sarviirtha 
Purnachandra. Edited by A. A.] [1855.] 8°. 

ADVAITACHARANA SARMA. See Bankavi- 

hakTSakma. (?|T^ cT^t I [Slokalahari. A poem by 
Baiikaviharl Sarma, assisted b}^ A. S.] [1877.] 12°. 

.aJSOP. (SVc llAIUSrHANDRA PaLITA. ■■ii^^f3TI°,«f?" | 

. . . [Suniti saingraha. Selected and translated 
from the " Azimghur Reader " and " ^sop's 
Fables."] [1861.] 12°. 

Kathatnala, or Select Fables of iEsop, 

translated into Bengali by Iswarachundra Vidyasa- 

gara. Eighth edition. ^STfaT^. pp. 97. Calcutta, 
1864. 12°. 

Twenty-ninth edition, pp. 94. Calcutta, 

1878. 12°. 

Thirtieth edition, pp. 94. Calcutta, 1879. 12°. 

Thirty-first edition, pp.94. Calcutta,\S7Q. 12°. 

AGHORACHANDRA DASA GHOSHA. ^sr^TTf- 
\I<(t<l irfb^ I [^Vi'igadarayavilr nataka. A drama on 
the part taken by the monkey chief Angada in the 
wars between Rama and Riivana.] pp. 44. ^f5t^"5l 
[Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 

TTaY^Sf TT^n I [Billlbadha j-iitrii. A drama 

on the destruction of the monkey chief Ball.] pp. 
68. ^f^maT :>\V5> [Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 

■#t?r fcg»5T ?1 <ftb<'45( •TfB^ I [Bhlinavikrama, 

also called Kichakabadha nataka. A drama on the 
destruction of the demon Kichaka by Bhiraa.] pp. 
42. ^fsTTTsl 'iWa [Calcutta, 1878.] 8\ 



AGH— AKS 



AGHOBACHANDRA DASA GHOSHA. W-^Jg^IT 
-S^^ifT^fsT etc. [Mrityunjaj'a aushadhavali. A work 
on the treatment of various diseases, according to 
the Hindu and Euroj)ean methods. Compiled by 
A. D. Gh. with the assistance of Umacharana Sena 
Gupta, and Kedaraniitha Chattopadhyiiya.] pp. 188. 
<^r^<- l s l ^^Vi [Cakuita, 1880.] 12'." 

■^I^T <•*<!>( sif^ I [Eiimavanavilsa niltaka. A 



di-ama on the exile of Rama.] Second edition, pp. 47. 
^f^r^lTl ^^V^i. \_Cakidbi, 1882.] 12°. 

AGHORACHANDEA SIMHA. ^^^^7-5f^t*f (Yai- 
sajya-prakasha \j.e. Bhaishajyaprakilsa.] A Journal 
of Medicines lately discovered or brought into use 
. . ., but not included into British Pharmacopoeia, 
... by Aughore Chandra Singha. Part I. pp. 92, 
iv. Bhoicaniporc, 1881. 12'. 

AGHORANATHA. \L[f<'^ '^\ Tsn:?rT?«TC«l? ■^- 
<«il>r<l>4 I [Siidhu AghoranJither jivanacharita. An 
account of the life of A., a distinguished member of 
the Brahma Samiij.] pp. 118. <t-r«1<-l«l 'iV-o^ 
[Calcutta, 1882.] 12^ 

AGHORANATHA GHOSHA. ^Tf^-C^T^nfa ^fT- 
b^ I [Diihlr seniipati nataka. A historical drama in 
5 acts.] pp.96. ■:^^m^^Vr^\_C<^kHtta,\%'^^l^^ 12°. 

AGHORANATHA GUPTA. ^rT^nrf^^a S Wl- 
<1^^ I [Sakj'amunicharita. An account of the life 
and teachings of Buddha.] 2 pt. ^f^TTTsI 'iVoS 
{Calcutta, 1882.] 12". 

AGHORANATHA MUKHOPADHYAYA. TTs^g 
?f^«lt I [Satltvarakshinl, or Chastity protected. A 
Ijoem.] pp. 45. ^sr^T^ •i;^V-a [fff /(•»//», 1878.] 12'. 

AGHORANATHA TATTVANIDHI. See Maha- 
BHARATA. [Entire avork.] §1 ST^TsT?'*" i etc. 
[Translated into Bengali by A. T. and others.] 
[1862-73.] fol. 

See Yai.mTki. Jf^lTTI" etc. [Adikiinda and 

Avodhyakiinda of the Riimayana. Edited and trans- 
lated by A. T.] [1866-71.] 8^ 

iii»jr<w|«| I etc. [Bhramavinasa, a text book 

of the Yedanta, compiled from various Sanskrit 
authorities, with a translation into Bengali by A. T.] 
pp. iv. 133. WWtst -i-^jj-i \Bunhcan, 1869.] ' 8°. 

Charoo-chorita, or a tale from Sangshrit en- 



titled the Mirchokotick Drama [of Sudraka] bv 
Aghore ]Vath Tuttouidhe. (FfF^f?^ I) Calcutta, 
1857. 12^ 



AGHORANATHA VANDYOPADHYAYA. -Sffs- 
sr^ ?5( ^'RJ I [Abhimanyubadha kavj-a. A poem 
on the death of Abhimanyu, son of Arjuna.] pp. 
xii. 107. <-r^<t-t si ■iVJ.V {Calcutta, 1868.] 12". 

AGHORE NATH TUTTONIDHE. See Aghora- 
xatha Tattvaxidhi. 

AHMAD 'ALI. See Muhammad Tsma'Il. ^s^f?Jir5«T 
^srfsf I [The Takwij-at al-Tmiin, translated into Mu- 
hammadan Bengali verse by A. 'A. [1881.] 8 . 

AKSHAYACHANDRA SARKAR. See ChandIdasa. 
^'sIttT^ ^"5 llrUf^ I [Chandldasakrita padiivali. A 
revised edition, hj A. S.] [1880.] 8^ 

See GovixDADASA, the Poet. c^lU-kltlH W5 



**|lTr<r«l I [Govindadasakrita padavali. A revised 
edition by A. S.] [1880.] 8". 

See Mukundar.Ima ChakravartI. ^r<^-fl 



^'§\ I [Kavikankana Chandi. A new edition with 
numerous notes, by A. S.] [1878.] 8^ 

See YiDY APATi. fwf^fft ^^ *firN% I [Yidyii- 



patikrita padavali. An annotated edition of Yidya- 
pati's poetical works, by A. S.] [1878.] 8°. 

AKSHAYAKUMARA DATTA. See Annadapra- 
SADA Majcmdak. >2r«W "sf^f Ff^^ftC^ ^'Jf^S'^^ I 
[Charupiither arthapustaka. A vocabulary of words 
occurring'inPt.I.of A.D.'sCharupStha.] 1880. 12°. 

5'ee KalTprasaxxa Yidy.Iratxa. bl<i--irtf*fn 

[Chiirudlpika. A key to Pt. III. of the Chiirupatha 

of A. D.] [1881.] 12^ 

See Periodical Priu.irATioxs. — Calcutta. 



^<-(:U<tn3«t?I° I ieC^lfiHt nf^fl^ I [TattvabodhinI 
patrika, a monthly Brahmist paper, edited by A. D.] 
[1855-59.] 4°. 

(SrrYixoDAvniART STla. W^ il »N Ff^^Tf^^ I 

[Dvitlyabhiiga Charupathiirtha. A vocabulary of 
words occurring in Pt. II. of A. D.'s Charupiitha.] 
[1880.] 12°. 

Hi'^ldPi ■JT^'srrsfT f^TT^ -sr^l? 1 [Dharmon- 



nati samsiidhana. Discourse on the religious improve- 
ment of mankind, being the last of five speeches de- 
livered at the Brahma Samiij at Bhawanipur in the 
year 1854.] pp. 26. ^fiK-fil ^'i'i'i {Calcutta, 

1855.] 8°. 

[Another copy.] 

Elements of natural philosophy in Bengali. 



Matter and motion. By Ukkhoy Coomar Dutt . . . 
*fWT*lf^in [Padarthavidya.] Fifth edition, pp. ii. 
146. Calcutta, 1863. 12°. 



AKS— ANA 



AKSHAYAKUMARA DATTA. Twenty- first 

edition, pj.. 143. Calcutta, 1880. 12°. 

Entertaining' lessons iu science and literature 



... by Ukkhoj' Coomar Diitt . . . FfsF^Tf^ I [Cbiiru- 
piltha.] 3pt. Calcutta, \Sm-(jA. 12". 

n. I. is of the \Uh, rt. II. of the \Qth, and PL III. of 
the Gth edition. 

Pt. I. and III. ^f^m^l ^v-o^ [C(ilciit/a, 



1879.] 12°. 

Ft. I. is of the 34th and Pt. III. of the 17 Ih edition. 

rt. I. Thirty-fifth edition, pp. 83. <Ff5T^TT| 



^Vc^ [Calcutta, 1880.] 12° 

Principles of morals in Bengali, by Ukklioy 



Coomar Dutt. Pt. I. Fourth wlitinn. Sf^'^stfT ^^tfR 

^F^Jf^^-Rf^JT^ ^tfsfwi I [Dhaiinauiti.] pp. 
ii. 203. Calcutta, 18fi3. 12°. 

Ninth edition, pp. 202. Calcutta, 1880. 12°. 



The Religious sects of the Hindus. ■« t <iA< - 

^% ^<Tf'5T^-»**Tkty [Bhilratavarshlya upiisaka sam- 
pradilya. IJeing in the main a translation into 
Bengali of II. H. Wilson's two essaj-s on this subject, 
with additional matter, notes, and an introduction by 
A. D.] Pt. I. pp. iv. 214. ^ni<tf41 :>^'^'i [Calcutta, 
1870.] 8°. 

Tt^ TW? ^rf^ srfsf^ 'Sf^f^ >\M^ Uvt? 

[Vahya vastur . . . vicbilra. A series of articles on 
social and ethical questions.] 2 jjt. ^f^^fn 'ife'i'i-^^ 
[Calcutta, 1800-65.] 12^ 

PI. I. is of the bth and Pt. II. if the Ath edition. 

[Another cojiy.] ^f^TT] ^Si^l-'i'iV-^ [Calcutta, 

1860-G4.] 12°. 

Pt. I. is of the bth, Pt. II. of the 3rd edition. 

^1wf-5l^^^-i-:)<iV\ [<:WA'««,r, 1860-64.] 12°. 

Pf. I. is ufihr nth and Pt. II. of the ird edition. 

AKSHAYAKUMABA DE. ■srfsJTWj^SfirTjn I [Abhi- 
manyubadha yatrii. A drama iu prose and verse on 
the slaughter of Abhimanyu.] pp. 68. ^fc K- lal 'i\V-8 
[Calcutta, 1878.] 8". 

(SJ^RfRTSt . . . UT^^ [Meghaiiildabadha nataka. 



A mythological di'ama on the destruction of Megba- 
nada.] 2nd edition, pp. 94. ^fwTTI ^^V-l [Calcutta, 
1880.] 12°. 

AKSHAYAKUMARA GANGOPADHYAYA. nf 

^^ fg^M irr^^ I [PSndavavihlpa niTlaka. A drama 
on an episode in the wars of the Pandavas and 
Kauravas.] pp. 146. <tr^<tT5l [Calcutta, 1881.] 8". 



AKSHAYAKUMARA MAJUMDAR. flfe|-5-fTfJ( I 
<£f*rT "ST^r I [Ganitabodha, or the elements of arifh- 
mclic and mensuration.] I't. I. 4th edition, pp. 124. 
<?rc|<. l >t 1 ■i^V5i [Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

AKSHAYAKUMARA VANDYOPADHYAYA. 5t- 

[(janaka. Tables lor calculating wages, interest, 
weights, and the like.] pp. ii. 92. ^fst^T^I Wyrt 
[Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

AMALACHANDRA GANGOPADHYAYA. See 

I'lKorfiilAM (II.) IJai-Qii JiniKijhinii and ]'au.i: f?- 
"m^tW^K ^«ll«- f*f^ ■"TfC^ fsifsf I . . . (Bigyana 
Sebadhi or treasures of science. Translated from 
Loi'd Brougham's treatise on the objects, pleasures, 
and advantages of science. By Amalacliundra Gan- 
goli and Kasi Prasad Ghose.) 1832. 4°. 

AMARASIMHA. 'W^?!'^ ftW^ I [Amariirtha dl- 
dliiti. A Bengali version by ^iuktiirama Yidyava- 
glsa, of the Amarakosha of A.] pp. ii. 190, 125. 
^fWrsl ^^:>0 [Calcutta, 1856.] 12°. 
Ineoniplete. IVunting pp. \ j-1 1 2 of the alphabetical index. 

■"H^e^r^rfwl 1 [Sabdakalpalatikii. A Bengali 

version of the Amarakosha of A. Edited, with 
additions showing the genders of words, by Rildha- 
madhava Slla.] 7th edition. pp. ii. ii. 328. 
^fwrsl •i^V-b [Calcutta, 1879.] 12". 

AMBIKACHARANA RAKSHITA. »T?3 ^»^^- 
TTS I (Bharata Bhaishajya Tattwa, or a handbook of 
materia medica and thciapeutics on Indian drugs, 
comj)iled from various Sanskrit and iMiglish works 
on the subject, etc ) 2 pt. Calcutta, 1878-79. 8°. 

AMBIKACHARANA RAYA. ^?r^ ( H t fg ♦P t'^ffa' I 
[iSvapner mohinl sakti, or the fascinating power 
of dreams. A poem.] pp. ii. 55. ^fsT^TSI 'iX'ii 
[Calcutta, 1867.] 12°. 

AMBIKACHARANA VANDYOPADHYAYA. See 
Sisiu TA. '^'Sf^ I . . . The medical science of the 
ancient Aryans, translated . . . by A. V. [1880.] 8°. 

AMBIKACHARANA VIDYARATNA. VZ^t^ U- 
■^^'l I [JIanohara vivarana. Instructive tales in 
verse.] pp.ii.59. gsfsT^TTl •iS)^'i [frt/f«/^f/, 1860.] 12°. 

[Another copy.] 

AMIN AL-DIN. fw^ HZ^ <a:Tv etc. [Chhim taner 
puthi. A fairy tale in Muhammadau Bengali verse.] 
pp. 48. Ff^ '^^V5» [Dacca, 1879.] 8°. 

ANANDACHANDRA MITRA. ?t&*»lt^ "BreTg-l 
[ 4 srVyi^T! ^T^T^'s I [Rajakumarl. A historical 
novel of the time of king Vikramaditya.] pp. iv. 
194. tyro-i [Dacca, 1879.] 12°. 



ANA— ARC 



ANANDACHANDEA VARMA. iTlTirrlTft I '^^'< 
f%f%^in If^t sfTsr^ ^T^PTfg' I [Sarakaumudl. A 
Hindu work on medicine, founded on Sanskrit 
authorities.] pp. xii. lo-l. ^^f^T^HI ^i'^'Ki \_Calcutta, 
18(i8.] 12°. 

[Another edition.] pp. xii. 1-32. ^-Hiflsl 



'iWr'i {Calcutta, 1880.] 12= 

ANANDACHANDRA VEDANTAVAGISA. See 
Ijadarayaxa. f?TfT?tr*K etc. [.Sanskrit text, edited, 
•with a translation of Saiikara Acharya's commentary, 
by A. v.] [1862, etc.'] 8=. 

See BharatT TTrtha. ^BrfV^q stTstI etc. 



["With a Bengali paraphrase by A. V.] [1852—63.] 8° 
Sec PuRAXAS. — Bhagavatapumnn . §|5r^M^~5 I 



[Bhagavatapurana, translated into Bengali prose by 
Purnachandra assisted by A. Y.] [1855-65.] 8°. 

See Plrnaxaxda GosvamT. g^3^?i^1 



^ ^Ts ^t^^ ^^^° etc. [Shatchaki'anirupana, trans- 
lated by A. v.] [1856.] 8°. 

See Sauaxaxda TogTndra. (<lif| •^>tl<IS etc. 



[Yedantasara, translated by A. Y.] [18GU.] 8\ 

See SoMADEVA Bhatta. Tales of Hindu 

history . . . [Yrihat katha, translated from the Sans- 
krit by A. Y.] ' [1857.] 12°. 

See SoMADEVA Bhatta. 'z^^ ^srf i [Yrihat 

kathii. Select tales from Somadeva Bhatta's Katha- 
saritsagara, translated by A. Y.] 1858. 12°. 

U?t»1<l«tiJ ■•r^'^r^TnT'StJt'f l [Mahabhiiratlya 

Sakuntalopakhyana. The stor)' of Sakuntalii, founded 
on an episode from the Mahabharata.] pp. 50. bR'f 
*r?^«11 •i'i^Jo {Calcutta, 1857.] 12°. 

ANDERSEN iHaxs Christian). ■^^srt% <t<t-H ^ 
"^"S^ ?t5f ■^"5 I [Chakmaki baksa. The tinder box, 
and The King's wonderful clothes. Two tales by 
II. C. A., translated by Madhusudana Mukhopa- 
dhyaya.] pp. 30, iii. Calcutta, 1867. 12°. 
One of the Benijali Famili/ Lihrary series. 

1^ Cir^t? l5ll«1 n#t? f?r3?«l I [Chin dcslya 

bulbid. pakshir vivarana. The Chinese nightingale. 
A fairj' tale by H. C. A., translated by Madhusiidana 
MukhopadhySya]. pp. 28. Calcutta, 1857. 12°. 

One of the Bengali Family Lihrary series. 

■^e.frrs 9°7r»rT^?^« «raVf?T? ft"3?«i i [Kutsita 

hanisasiivaka. The ugly duckling and the dwarf. A 
fairy tale by IT. C. A., translated by Madhusudana 
Mukhopiidhyaya.] pp. 55. Calcutta, 1858. 12°. 



ANDERSEN (Haxs Christian), sr^rsr-j i -5r«rT«. 
STs^Tfjirr^t? ^^Tf'SfrR I [Marmet, i.e. the mermaid. 
A fairy tale bj- II. C. A., translated bj' Madhusudana 
MukhopadhySya.] pp. 78. Calcutta, 1857. 12°. 
One of the Bengali Family Library series. 

<3Ji(:*M<t-I •ii\ ^§f«Rt srra I [Putrasokatura 

duhkhini niatii. The sorrowful mother and the 
afflicted girl. Two tales by H. C. A., translated by 
Madhusudana Mukhopadhyiiya.] pjj. ii. 30, viii. 
Calcutta, 1858. 12°. 

One of the Bengali Family Lihrary series. 

Till ^Szrrr? ^T«fJTiWl l [Yayuchatushtayer 



akhj-ayika. The four winds. A tale by H. C. A., 
translated by Madhusudana Mukhopiidhyaya.] pp. 
46, viii. Calcutta, 1858. 12°. 

One of the Bengali Family Lihrary series. 

ANGLO-BENGALI PRIMER. Sec Lady. An 
Auglo- Bengali primer . . . for the use of Hindu 
females, by a Lady, etc. 1850. 12°. 

ANNADACHARANA KHASTAGIR. A treatise 
on the science and practice of midwifery, with 
diseases of children and women. STr^r?- st •»! s e , 

[Manavajaiimatattva.] Second edition, pp. xl. 768. 
^f^m^l ^V-IV {Calcutta, 1878.] 8°. 

ANNADAPRASADA MAJUMDAR. ^SW ^ff 
Ft^ffC^ ■3r^<g"'5^ I [Chiirupather arthapustaka. 
A vocabulary of words occurring in Pt. I. of Aksha- 
yakumiira Datta's Chariipiitha.] pp. 57. Calcutta, 
1880. 12\ 

One of Majumdar's Series. 

APSARIMILANA. "^T'^jfft-.firtfJT I [A short play 
on the loves of Puriirava and the nj-mph Urvasl.] 
pp.36. T^im^'iX^'i {Calcutta, 1880.'] 12°. 

ARABIAN NIGHTS. lil^Sf^ 'STr^ f^rf*f fw^"^ 
i>ll <14^ tj ^nstJpT I 'i «f?3 I [Ekadhika sahasra nisi. 
The thousand and one nights, translated into 
Bengali from the English version of E. W. Lane, 
and partly from that of H. Torrens.] Pt. I. pp. 
vi. 65. Calcutta, 1850. 8°. 

ilfb^ lil^Tfif^ ^^ T5f^ I [Translated by 



Satyacharana Gupta, from the English version of 
E. \y. Lane, with illustrations.] Pt. iv. v. ^fsl^t-Jl 
{Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

Incomplete. Wanting all other Pis. 

ARC (Jeanne d'). {Life.'] See Kailasachandra 
SiMHA. f^nrt^^ #t^^^"5 1 [Joyiiner jlvanacha- 
rita.] [1879.] 16. 

AR CY DAE {i.e. R. C. D.] See Ramesachandr.4. 

Datta. 



ARX— AVI 



ARNOLD (Eowin). (SccBankimachandraChatto- 
rADiiVAVA. The Poison Tree . . . Translated bj'' M. 
S. Kni-lit, with a prefaee by E. A. 1884. 8°. 

ARNOLD (Thomas Kkkchkveu). -SVeGAXCADiiARA 
Vanj>V()1'ai)IIYaya. Elementary lessons on English 
composition, prepared on Dr. A.'s jjlan, etc. 1879. 
16'. 

ARUNODAYA GHOSHA. ^fJloflf^^'st^FyT? ' 
Sl'SfTHn?^ ;i|F€tlfT^ . . . ^"vJ-S T^ JTstSfif f^jf51i% I 
[Padakalpataru. A collection of poems from the 
works of Jayadeva, Chandldilsa, Vidyiipati, Sauatana 
Gosviimi, Govinda Kavirilya, Riiya Sekhara and 
others. Editedby A. Gh.] /! xl. 347. ^^TST^IVV 
[Calciiffii, 1806."] obL 8°. 

ARYAVARTARITISAMSTHAPANI SABHA. See 
Calcutta. — Akya\ AKrAuTiisAMsTiiAi'AxT .Sahiia. 

AS'AD 'ALI. ST?^ ^frs I [Sahar charita. Poems 
on the months, on devotional exercises and the like, 
in Muhammadan Bengali, and in the Kaithl charac- 
ter.] pp. 116. #Jrer5l ^^Vl [C(i/cutfa, 1880.] 8°. 

ASHTAVAKRA. ^^[4 jp^'JIt^ II d^ •A'^l "iWt^lT- 
y>if^4 [The Ashtiivakrasaiiihita. Apliorisms of 
Yodaiita Philosophy. Sanskrit text with Bengali 
paraphrase.] pp. lO-'. ^fil^m ^^^\ [Calcutta, 
J 855.] 8^, 

ASHWAGHOSH. See Asvaghosha. 

ASTRONOMY. rSTff^ ^^° C^tt^Tflcnr I [Jyotisha 
evara goliidhyaya.] . . . Treatise on astronomy and 
geography, translated into Bengalee. 2iid edition, 
pp. viii. 181. Scrampore, 1819. 8'. 

ASUTOSHA BHATTACHARYA. ^T^t?\'??7f I ^ 

^TiHTti't? Y^'^'f^J^ ' [Kiintarakusunia. The wild 

flower, or Ilari Dilsa's dcatlihcd. A Bengali novel.] 

pp. 112. ^fctrra -iXV-l [CalctUta, 1880.] 8^ 

Though dencribed as Pi. I., the author in his announcement 
at the end states that the work is complete and that succeeding 
iceekhj numbers are distinct tales in themselves. 

ASUTOSHA CHAKRAVARTI. <SV<'ValmTki. iTfr3f 
^lirfll'l 1 [The liiimayana, translated by A. Ch.] 
[1882, etc.] 8". 

ASUTOSHA SIRORATNA. .S^'cVaI-mTki. ^fJlfyei' 
etc. [.Vdikanda and Ayodhyakandaof the Eamaj-ana, 
translated by' A. S. and others.] ' [1866-71.] 8=. 

ASVAGHOSHA. '^ ?2^ I [Bengali translation 
of A.'s Vajrasuchl.] -Sre Vrajamohana Deva. ^«rj 
.sm^ etc. [1842.] 12^ 



ASVAGHOSHA. Vajrasuchl, the needle of ada- 
mant ; . . . translated from the Bengali and Sanskrit 
originals . . by \V. Morti)n. <SVy' Vkajamohaxa Dev.y. 
On the Supreme God, etc. 1843. 12°. 

ASVINlKUMARA CHAKRAVARTI. ^\^J4 '' ¥\ 
-ET'W •^TSr^? ^CnrfS? I [Sviisthyarakshil prathama 
pustakor piasnottara. A catechism on Dr. J. M. 
Cunningham's {Sanitary Primer.] FITl 'i^W \_Dacca, 
1881.] 12°. 

ASVINlKUMARA GHOSHA. Devaravinda, or a 
wandeiful [xie] pathetic tale full of moral instruc- 
tions, by Ausliiny Coomar Ghose . . . (Vf4l<if<'^ I 
pp. ii. 132. ^fsT^rsl ^-iS)^ [Calcutta, 1869.] 8°. 

Puddia Chandrika [i.e. Padyachandrika. 

Miscellaneous poems], by Aushiny Coomar Ghose . . . 
^TWEf^^l 1 pp. vi. 132. ^fsTTl^l ■i=^'i5» [Calcutta, 
1869.] 8". 

ATULAKRISHNA MITRA. •:5rf;r»f TTSt I ?ftf5 ^'^ 
[AdarsasatI ; or the typical wife. A drama in prose 
and verse, in five acts, on the story of Siivitri.] 2nd 
edition, jjp. 48. 7^^[W\'S\ "iWr-Q. [Calcutta, 1879.] 12"*. 

^cjTjf.^-riifl :g~| TTjZ^f^ I [Apsarakiinana. 

A drama by A. M , assisted by llilmatilrana Sanyilla, 
on the story of the n3'mph Devayani and the ascetic 
Satyadasa.] pp.39. ^-PsK-f il V^V^ [Calcutta, 1880.] 
12°. 

AUGHORE CHANDRA SINGHA. See Agiioka- 

CIIANDRA yi.NlUA. 

AUSHINY COOMAR GHOSE. See Asviniki maka 

GlIOSlIA. 

AVAKASARANJINI. •6J<l<-t'r?f8?^ [Avakasa- 
ranjiui. Lyric poems.] pjj. xii. 171. <Ffcl^T^1 iS>^V- 
[Calcilta, iS7l.] 12°. 

AVINASACHANDRA CHATTOPADHYAYA. 

The Purunjun, a tale [of Oudh in ancient times] by 
Obenashchunder Chatterjee .... <aif8?^- PP- 137. 
4-r^ <t- Tal ^^^1 [Calcutta, 1861.] 12°. 

AVINASACHANDRA KAVIRATNA. See Cha- 
kaka. F?^'yi?f5~5l I [The C'haraka-sainhitil. Edited 
with a translation by A. K.] [1884.] 8°. 

AVINASACHANDRA MITRA. WW\^ ^T?;ft I 
Sahgltalaharl. A collection of patriotic songs.] pp. 
16. <t-r^<:- r A l "i^v-Jj [Calcutta, 1879.] 16°. 

AVINASACHANDRA VANDYOPADHYAYA. 

■yr^TC^t '^''h ^^ I [Sammukhe Durgapiljii. An 
account of the festivities of the Durgiipujii.] pp. 
10. ■i^va [Calcutta, 1878.] 12°. 



AZr— BAX 



'AZIM AL-DIN. fetfJIfcl^fyl I [Jamalniima. A tale, 
in verse, written in the Muhanimadan Bengali 
dialect.] pp. 94. v^i5, \_Ca!ciitla, IS,J9.] 12°. 

^fs? STT^mr '^T^T? fe? I [Karir niathaj' 



buror biye, or The old man married for money. A 
humorous sketch.] 2nd edition, pp.16. ^f^T^TTl 'i^Ha 
\_C(tkittta, l.S(J8.] 12". 

f% srerr? *d«1<l ^rrfs I [Ki majiir kaler giiri, 



or How delightful is the railway ! A sketch in 
prose and verse on the benefits of railwaj' travelling.] 
pp. 14. ^U<A t\ :>'iV(i \_CaIcutt,i, I86;i] 12°. 

'AZIZ AL-HAHMAN. (^icrl^^l V&t ^ T ^ TP^tll I [Gul o 
Harmuz bhilriya. The story of Gul and Ilarmuz, 
in Muhammadan Bengali verse.] pp. 168. ^fsTTfal 
:»\V5> \_CalcuU(i, 1879.] 8°. 

[A reprint.] [Cakidta, 1881.] 8°. 

BACON (Fraxcis), Viscount St. Alhuns. Bacon's 
Essays. Selected and rendered with sundry adapta- 
tions by Eamkamal Bhattacharya. (^^ST I ^STT^ 
^Sirtir ^''f? "yr^ l pp. 68. ^Ffsr^m •iVi^ [Cal- 
cutta, 1861.] 8'. 

BADABAYANA. See Madhusud.\n.\ Yaxdyopa- 
DHYAYA. f^JT?^ <1 aHf^ I [Vivekaratnavali. A 
paraphrase in verse of the Yediintadarsana of B.] 
[1864.] 8^ 

f^trr^ ir»w? i ^'5? ^tsn?^ i '*rTfl<i<t--«,Ji? etc. 

[Yediintadarsana. The Sanskrit text, with Sankara 
Achiirya's commentary. Edited, with a tnmslation 
of the commentary, by Anandachaudra Yedantava- 
glsa.] Pt. I. pp. 179. <-rtK-t41 ^It-S [Ca/cutta, 

1862.] 8°. 

BAHAB AL-DIN. 'JinT^T^ STgrfw I [Fai.sal i mu- 
salll. Opinions regarding the time and manner of 
reading jjrayers, written in Muhanimadan Bengali 
verse.] pp. 48. •i5.va [^Calcutta, 1878.] 8° 

BAITAL PACHfsi. C^"5T5mspf?°"»ff5 I [Yetala- 
panchaviipsati. The Baitiil Pachlsi, or Tales of a 
demon, translated from the Hindi b\' Isvarachandra 
Vidyii-sagara.] pp. 163. <-r«l<tT3l 'i5!>„o {Calcutta, 

1846.] 8°. 

Second edition, pp. ii. 198. ^IwTSI •i>>o5. 

[Calcutta, 1851.] 12°. 

Betal Panchabinshati, by Eshwar Chandra 

Yidyasagar. Eighth edition. (<>4|ci ^?pf^";»ffi5. pp. 
ii. 2'l5. Calcutta. 1861. 8°. 

Betalpanchabinshati, by I swarachandra 

Yidyasagafa. Tenth edition, pp. x. 1415. Calcutta, 
lb76. 8°. 



BAITAL PACHisf. f^Tm^f^sf^^^lfs I etc. [Yeta- 
lapafichavim.sati. Translated into Bengali ver.se by 
Kiilidasa Gupta.] pp. IIU. ^5T^Ta1 'i^V;. [Calcutta, 
1879.] 12°. 

[Another e<lition.] pp. ii. 116. ^f^f^Tl 



^^V-5. [Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

BAKHTIYAB KHAN. -^Sf ' 56i t^ r<<1 <l ^«t I 

[Surju Ujalbiblr puthi. A romance in Muhamma- 

dan Bengali verse.] pp. 21. ^fsK-Ial 'i^VI 
[Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

BANERJEA (K. M.). See Krishnamohaxa Yax- 

DYOI'.?l)IIY.\YA. 

BANESVAEA VIDYALANKAEA. See Maha- 

ISHAKATA. [ExriRE VVOKK.] §) ij?^t»l<l4t I ctc. 

[Sanskrit text, accompanied by a translation into 
Bengali by B. Y. and others.] [1862-73.J fol. 

BANEY MADHUB DEY & CO. S'ce YenTmadhava 
De AM) Company. 

BANGALA SANGITA. TT^^I TTeRfT [sw] TT^^f?" I 
Bangahl .saiigTta saingraha. Verses on social life in 
Bengal.] Pt. I. pp. 10. ^^^TTI ^^1° [Calcutta, 
1863.] 12°. 

BANKAVIHAEi SAEMA. f?fT^ ^sft I [Slokala- 
h;irl. A poem in nitniory of Ka.saviharl Datta, an 
influential inhabitant of Sjdhet, by B. S., assisted by 
Advaitacharana Sarma.] pp. 12. §)^ I^It-S [Sylhet, 
1877.] 12°. 

BANKIMACHANDEA CHATTOPADHYAYA. 

See DTnahandhu Mitra. The collected works of 
Rai Dinabandhu Mitra Bahadur, with a life .... of 
the author [by B. Ch.]. [1877.] 8°. 

^^P^f^at I ora^^-i:^?^ ^«TsrTrTT I [Dur- 

gesanandinl. A Bengali novel.] pp. 298. ^sT^TSl 
t-h-V) [Calcutta, 1871.] 12°. 

7th edition, pp. 220. ^f&T^^fTTl 'iV-'iSi 



[Kdntalpara, 1879.] 8°. 

Durgesa Nandini, or the Chieftain's daughter. 



A Bengali romance . . . translated into English prose 
by Chai-u Chandra Mookerjee. pp ii. 204. Calcutta, 
1880. 8°. 

^^rfsT^-'9«n I rKni^iihikundala. A tale of the 

17th century.] 2nd edition, pp. 160. ^fsT^TSI ^;»^5» 
[Calcutta, 1869.] 12°. 

5th edition, pp. 128. ^T^^TTTl ^VV-^ 



[Edntdlpard, 1881.] 8^ 



BAN— BnA 



BANKIMACHANDRA CHATTOPADHYAYA. 
Kopal-Kiiii(l:il:i : ;i talo of Ik'iitjali litV; translated 
from the ]5cngali of IJiiiikini Cliaiidra Cliattorjee 
by H. A. D. Philliijs. pp. xxix. 208. London, 
1«85. 8°. 

3r«iTl%^ I [^rn'i.ialiiiT. A romance.] 6th 



edition, pp. I'Jl. ^ff&T^^TTSl '!>V-v:» [Kunfd/para, 
1881.] S\ 

•^w^ I ^^fOTT I [RajanT. A Bengali novel.] 

pp. Ti-J. ^f^T^^TTsi "iWrZ [Kdijfd/pdra, 1877.] 8°. 



[I'ljakatlia. A collection of short stories.] pp. 83. 
^t^T^Tlin "ih-ll [^lulntCiIpdrd, 1877.] 8°. 

r«)t)<)'at> I ■^^t^TTf^ I [Yishavriksha, or the 



Poison Tree. A Bcu<.rali novel.] 4th edition, pp. 
212. ^^-51 -iW-V- ICakiit/a, 1881.] 8^. 

The Poison Tree : a tale of Hindu life in 



Bengal by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee. Translated 
by M. S. Knight, with a preface by Edwin Arnold, 
pp xiv. 318. Loik/oii, 1884. 8°. 

BANWAEI RAYA. See Van.va auT Eaya. 

EARTH (Christian GoTTr.oii). V^-V^Z^ '^^ST^ I 
[Dharinapustaker vrittiinta.] Bible stoi'ies, translated 
from the German of Dr. C. G. B. by Mrs. Haeberlin. 
With 27 niustrations. Cakutta, 1846. 12°. 



BASAK (G. Ch.). See Yasaka, Ga 



eha 



BAYLEY (H. Y.) Cin'l and Sessions Judge of IlugU. 

C?T^^Tf? ^M^^TTS (if«TrT^ fsf^ ■^5t#t -^■sf^rr^ Si^'S 
AsT, f?, C^'t "ym:?;^ "Srsf l tt^ ■iVab i ■i fin [Eecord 
of a decision passed in an appeal case at the Zillah 
Court in Hugli by II. Y. B. on the 1st of May, 1856.] 
pp.16. [Cdlcuita';; l^bQ.I 8^ 

BEATTIE (James). Bcattie's Minstrel, translated 
into Bengali by Bonomally Ghose. ^f^-^<fr«fjp I 
[Kavi upakhyiina.] pp. 40. <tr«(<t-l4l 'i'iW- [^Cal- 
cutta, 1866.] 12°. 

BEHARI LAL GHOSH. See YihakTlala Ghosha. 

BENGAL. C^rlltF^tir -^^1^ Tf»^<fr?rf«r [.S(c] .£r«r5T 
>i»f<l fT??«1 1 5> ^iH^tSI 'i^^!* I [Gaura-desTya Samiija 
.... -s-ivarana. Rcjjort of a meeting held on the 
16th of February, 1823, at the Hindu College, Cal- 
cutta, for the purpose of establishing a Native Asso- 
ciation in Bengal, for the promotion of knowledge 
and social improvement.] pp. 29. ^rfsTTTSI 'i^^Js 
^Calcutta, 1823.] 8'. 



BENGAL. TSTrfif^-^tSf? I [Yangadhipa pariijaj-a. 
A bistorital novel on the conquest of Bengal under 
Rajah Pratiipilditya, by the Emperor Akbar in 1576.] 
pp. vi. iii. 599, ii. ^f^TTTTSI ^is,:> [Calcutta, 1869.] 8", 

Governor and Council. Bengal translation 



[by N. B. Edraonstone] of Regulations for the ad- 
ministration of justice, in the Fouzdarrj', or Criminal 
Courts; in Bengal, Behar, and Orissa. Passed by . . . 
the Governor General in Council, on the 3rd of 
December, 1790. Calcutta, 1791. 4='. 

Bengal translation [by N. B. Edmonstone] 



of Regulations for the guidance of the Magistrates. 

I'asscd by the Governor General in Council in the 

Revenue Department, on the 18th of May, 1792 

[with some supplementary enactments.] Calcutta, 

1792. 4°. 

Each act has a separate pagination. 

Regulations for the administration of justice. 



in the Courts of Dewannee Adaulut, passed in 
Council, the 5th July, 1783, with a Bengal transla- 
tion, by Jonathan Duncan, pp. 215, 31. Calcutta, 
1785. 4". 

BENGALI CATECHISM. 5f?;^ f^C? fsf^lrSTTS? I 
Ha Jill «J'3 I [Dlianncr vishaye jijuusotfura.] The 
Bengali Second Catechism, for the use of schools, 
jjp. 34. Cakutta, 1839. 12°. 

BENGALI GRAMMAR. Bangala bodha byaka- 
rana, or a comjjiiidiuni of Bengali grammar. <lsf T- 
crrCTTst '3^JK?'I I PP- ii- 88. Calcutta, 1863. 12°. 

BENGALI INSTRUCTOR. Bengali Instructor [or 

misrellancous reading book] . . . "5QT5rfr<rr«lTtf?S ^«rl«- 
^cT^^-:;? f^4ff?snir^ UU'< f?^ f-?^^ f^fP3 ^"eT? I 

[Jniinakiranodaya.] pp. iv. 92. Calcutta, 1843. 12°. 
Entitled No. II., i.e. a sequel to the "Bengali Spelling Book." 

BENGALI PETITIONS. A Collection of Bengali 
Petitions, etc., made under the orders of the Govern- 
ment of India, for Her Majesty's Civil Service Com- 
missioners, pp. 356, lifh. Calcutta, 1869. 8°. 

BENGALI SPELLING BOOK. Bengali Spelling 

book. ■ssT^T^'iTifiis I "ST'-int 's\^\^ f»r^r<f . . . ■?■■^- 

'ST^T? ^'IsTf^n I [Jfiiinarunodaj-a.] pp. 46. Calcutta, 
1841.' 12°. 



BEPRODOSS BANERGEE. 

Yandyopaiimyava. 



See Yipradasa 



BHAGAVACHCHANDRA VISARADA. Sukha- 
bodha. The principles of Bengalee grammar ... by 
Bhuggobut Chundra Bisarada . . . '^■VZ'^^ i T^ ^sf 
^mr? ?J H-<l'=) I 2 pt. ^-fsK-lAl -i^^yr-V [C'l/cntta, 
1861-63.] 12°. 

Ft. I. is of the Cth edition, Pt. II. of the Srd. 



BHA 



BHAGAVAN-CHANDRA MUKHOPADHYAYA. 
See PuRANAS. — Padnuqxtrmin. ^fST'^T'l I ^fc- [Kri- 
yayogasilra, in Bengali vei-sebyBh. M.] [1868.] 8°. 

BHAGAVATICHARANA VANDYOPADHYAYA. 

History of Cooch Beluir, by Bhagavati Charan 
Banerjee .... C^n>f??tr?? ©fi^lH I [Kochaviharer 
itihasa.] pp. 150. TTtTl ^^^' \_L(wca, 1883.] 8°. 

BHAIEAVACHANDRA DATTA. fwl '^'^l ^1f» 
r<iyij<t <-\< si I'tc- [Vidyii cvam niti visbayaka kavitii. 
Verse.s on tlie influence of moral education.] Pt. I. 
pp. 12. k ^rcl<t -1 i i1 ^vai ICakiitfii, 1856.] 12°. 

BHAIRAVACHANDRA SARMA. ^m ^y^T'l I "ST'^K 
^f? C^^rft . . . >2r«ita5r^^1 ^a^T'l ' ^'. [Padmapurilna. 
A collection of poems hy Kavi-Kesarl, Sbasbtivara 
and Narilyanadeva on tbe goddes.s Manasii. Com- 
piled and publisbed for tbe first time by Bb. S.] j)p. 
vi. 384. a?^ \Xh-% [_SuIhd, 1877.] 8°. 

BHAKTITATTVASARA. ^F«» « 8"^^? 1 [Bbakti- 
tattvasilra. A collection of Vaisbnava bymns and 
prayers in verse, containing, amongst otbers, 
Narottama Dilsa's Priirtbanii, Premabbakti, and 
Pasbundadalana, tbe latter a compilation from 
Sanskrit sources, witb tbe text in oi'iginal. pjJ. 57. 
^iwrsl ^S'-ib ICakultci, 1869.] 12°. 

[Anotber edition.] pp. GO. ^f^TTTsI :>^Va 



{Calcutta, 1878.] 12°. 

Second edition. pp. GO. ^fsT^tSl -iWi-l 

[Ca/cutra, 1879.] 12°. 

BHARATACHANDRA RAYA. See Dayala- 
CIIANDRA GiiosiiA. f^^T^^'? sff^ [Vidyiisundara 
niitaka. A dramatic adaptation of Bb. B.'s poem.] 
1882. 12°. 

[Life.'] See Isyarachandra Gupta, ^f^- 



?? ^ ■«T?^F^ Jt^ "QlT^r?? ■^t"?^ ^"5T¥ [Tbe life 
of tbe poet Bb. R.] [1855.] 8 '. 

See YamsTvadaxa CiiATTorAnnYAYA. frwt- 



"^W? 'ff^5Tf»W5r I [Vidyasiindara gitabbinaya. A 
dramatic adajjtation of Bb. R.'s Vidyasundara.] 
[1879.] 12°. 

Tbe Poetical Works of Bbaruf f'bunder Roy, 



witb bis life and notes. «T?T ^^ ?Hr 'Q«i1<:-(;<i<i -ST^ 
^r^^H I 2nd edition, pp. x. viii. 32, 580, 48. 
^cl^T^ ^^-ia [Cak-iitta, 1868.] 12°. 



efe. Tbe poetical works of Bb. R. witb a biograpbi- 
cal memoir. Edited, witb illustrations and notes, by 
Fakircbiind Das.] pjj. viii. 50, 674. ^f^iTHSl 'iWa 
\_Cakutta, 1878.] 12°. 



BHARATACHANDRA RAYA. »|f)it^ ?TCTr? f^- 
^?ft^ -Sfa'trTST^^T .... f?'^^??!'? etc. [Annadii- 
maiigala, and Vidyasundara. Two poems by Bb. 
R.] pp. iv. 168; iv. 136. ^f^r^TsI •i't.O' \_Cakutta, 
1823.] 8°. 

-srgTTfsr^^, fTWlX^T?, fFTT'l'wr^''- , JTRf^f?* 

^ jJT^g^lt I [Annadiimaiigala, ^'idyasundara, Cbora- 
paficbiisat, Manasimba and Rasamanjarl. A collec- 
tion of tbe poetical works of Bb. R.] pp. vi. 391. 

<t.r^<.T 5 l [Cafcutta, 1870?] 12°. 

2nd edition, pp. viii. 349. ^fwra 'i^VI 



[Ca/catfa, 1880.] 12 '. 

An exjjurgated edition, omitting aha the Rasamanjan. 

^r^wTWi*'^ I [Annadilmangala.] pp. 259. 



<.rg1<- r A l ^"ii^ [Cah-ittta, 1847.] 12°. 

[Anotber copy.] 

3rd edition, pp. iv. 188; iii. 144; ii. 86. 

^^•sT ^^.^l [Ca/cutta, I860.] 12°. 

An expurgated edition. 

BHARATACHANDRA SIROMANI. See M.\NU. 

Tbe Institutes of Manu. sr^TT'fVsl ete. [Witb a 
Bengali parapbrase by Bb. S.] [1866.] 4". 

BHARATI TIRTHA. ^flf^q STf^ etc. [Tbe 
Adbikaranamalil of Bb. T., with a Bengali para- 
pbrase bv Anandacbandra Yedantaviiglsa.] 2 pt. 
^cT^m Mis-^iv-a ICileutfa, 1852-63.] '8°. 

BHARAvi. W^5( <5C^[^ 5mf»r^i I . . . r<-<ltif4V- 

^t? . . . ^51 « srfm^T^ffs ^trfyrr^rs [Kiriitarjuulya. 
Sanskrit text witb a Bengali translation by Hema- 
cbandra Bbattarcbiirya.] pp. i. 144 and i. 176. 
^^^1!\ ^^Ha '[Cakat'ta, 1868, etc.'] 8°. 

Forming Xos. 9-12 of a Series called Vividhapmtaka pra- 
hCisikd. 

BHARUT CHUNDER ROY. See BHAK.iTACHAX- 

DKA RaY'A. 

BHASHADRAVYAGUNA. -FW I3?J91 I "W^^. 

5rf«l TP^Tf? 1 [Bbasbiidravyaguna. A treatise on 
dietetics, complied from various Sanskrit sources, 
witb tbe original text.] pp. iv. 69. ^-fsKr-lal 'i'i.'i^ 
[Cakutta, 1865.] 8^ 

BHASKARA ACHARYA. See Krishxamohana 

Vandy-op.Idhy.Iya. Elements of geometry 

[to wbicb is added a selection from .... tbe Lilavati 
(ofBb. A.].) 1846-48. 12°. 

Leelamanjaii in Sanscrit and Yernaeular \_i.e. 

Bengali], Edited by Dhiresvar Acharj-aj. Pt. I. 

pp. 20. Joi-hat, 1880. 16°. 

In progress ? 

2 



BHA— BnU 



BHATTANARAYANA. See Narayaxa Bhatta, 
culled Mrigarajalaksumax. 

BHATTI. Hff^^jTT 1 [Bhattikilvya, Cantos 1-5, 
with uotos iiiid liciigali aud English translations.] 
Sre NAvTxACHANnuA ViDYARATNA. The Sanskrit 
Course, etc. Pt. II. 1881. 8°. 

^r^<4)l<=ilH [Bhattikilvya, Cantos 1-5, with 



commentary, and Bengali and English translations.] 

Scf \Tl.AMANI ilvKUOI'ADIlYAVA XyaYALAXKARA. 

Subjects of Examination, cfc. lS8t). 8". 

BHATTOJi DIKSHITA. ^^n^TTT^ir f^TT^^t^^ 
etc. [Siddhantakauniudi, Sanskrit text with a 
preface, translation aud notes in Bengali by Ilrishi- 
kesa Vj^iikaranasarasvatl.] Pt. 1 and 2. ^fsf^r^T 
qno^ [Calcutta, 1881, etc.] 8°. 

BHAVABHUTI. See Biioi.axatua IMukhopa- 
imvAYA. tsrf'irat-f^riT^ uf^ I [Maithill inilana nil- 
taka. An adajjtatiou of Bh.'s, Uttararilmacharita.] 
[1870.] 12^ 

See KalTprasanna Ghoshala. A tale from 

the Malatimadhaba of Bhavabhuti, etc. 1858. 8^ 



See LoHARAMA SiKouvrxA. A tale from tbe 

Malatimadhava of Jih.,' etc. 18t)0. 8". 

Malatee Mudhaba, a comedy [in 12 acts, in 



verse and prose] of Bhubabhootce. Translated into 
Bengalee from the oriiiinal Sanscrit, by Kali Prusno 
Sing. (srf^T'it srfSR sif^ l) pp. vi. 91. Calcutta, 
1859. 8''. 



[Auotber copy.] 



^6<l<lt»ll>r<la 5rr&^ I etc. [rttararamacbarita 

iiiitaka. A drama by Bh. on the latter portion of 
the life of Rilma, translated into Bengali bv Tarii- 
kumiira Kaviratna.] pp. lOti. <t-r«l<t-t»1 ^^"iV 

[Cakutta, 1871.] 8". 

One of" Mazuiiidar's Series." 

BHAVANICHAEANA VANDYOPADHYAYA. 
fe,4iM«inT ■S<.<ir>t^ ?>1ItT?<F %^^ I [Dutlviliisa, a 
poem with 12 illustrations.] pp. viii. 132. ^fsi^tSl 
'>1^\ [Calcutta, 1825.] 8^ 



[Purushottama-chandrika. Topographical and his- 
torical description of the holy places in the Ganjam 
district, especiallj' of Srikshetra or Sahkhyakshetra. 
In verse.] pp. viii. 77. :>'i:>!> [Calcutta, i84-4.] 8^ 

BHOLAKATHA MAJUMDAE. A treatise on 
IMaue Trigonometry, itr. ((ffsr fgc^flf^rfs I) [Plen 
trikonamiti.] pj). ii. 114. Calcutta, 1879. 8^ 



BHOLANATHA_ MUKHOPADHYAYA. '^oRT? 

■g"*! TSTf^ff" Cr<t [ Apanar niukha apaiii dekha.] " Look 
to your own face," or Amusing sketches of life and 
manners [amongst the English-.speaking natives of 
Calcutta], pp. ii. 102. ^f^rTTSl 'ilb-a [Calcutta, 
1803.] 8\ 

Title taken from the wrapper. 

t57jff«t If^l I [Dravyaguna darpana. A 



treatise on dietetics, compiled from various native 
sources.] pp. xxiv. 130. ^fir^TSl 'iWrd. [Calcutta, 
1878.] 8^ 

<-r<l4tW*^1 [Kavitildarpana, a Sanskrit poetical 



anthology, with Bengali verse translations. Com- 
piled byBh. M.] Pt. I. ^^Iwra :>V-Sfe [Calcutta, 



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marriage of the daughter of Kesavachandra Sena 
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inn ^Vli* [Dacca, 1879.] 12°. 



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BRA-CAL 



BSAHMA SAMAJ. fV^ts ^T^fst? I [Sanglta 
pushpahara. A collection of Brahmist hjinns.] 
Pt. i. pp. iv. M. FW [Dacca, 1881.] li"". 

^fjBT^ 1 [Stutimala. A collection of Brahmist 



prayers.] pp. xi. 290. ^-hl^til ^Js^'i [Calcutta, 
1862.] 16' 

f^'^THf^^fTi: [Visviisavivriti, a treatise on 



faith, according to the doctrines of the Brahmii 
Samaj, in Sanskrit verse, with commentary in Sans- 
krit, and Bengali translation.] pp. 84. Calcutta, 
[1879.] 12°. 

Tattvalodhini Sahha. SccTattvabodhixiSabha. 



BRAJA MOHAN DEB. Sec Yr ajamohaxa Deva. 

BRA.JANATH MUKERJI or BIDYALANKAR. 
See Vrajaxatha Mukhopadhy.Iya Vidy.\lankara. 

BRAJENDRA CHANDRA GHOSH. See Yra- 

JENDRACHANDRA GhOSHA. 

BRAMLEY CM. J.) ^f^^tsTY ^^^^r^^TT^^TT^ "V^- 
sTfTY Sl^3 TTW •^^. (TSi. I'^y^ ■JTlTsZ^ ^"^"5T? TT?! 
^'S^T '-illC^it*) I I^Kalikatilstha vuidyakapiithasala 
sthapanante avedana. Address to the students of 
the Medical College, Calcutta, delivered hy M. J. B. 
Translated into Bengali hv Udayachandru Adhya.] 
pp.19. ^X'i^ [Calcutta? ISZQ.] 8". 

BRITISH INDIAN ASSOCIATION, of Calcutta. 
■«1<li4ifril ■T»T I srrfyr^ f?Wfn^ l [BhiiratavarshTya 
sabha. Reports of monthly meetings held in May, 
18-59, and April, 1861.] \v-Q.>>-^'i [Calcutta, 18-59- 
61.] 8°. 

The report for 2[aii, 18.59, is in duplicate. 

»I<ia<iyTil » »I<1 fsTI? I [Bliiiratavarshlya sa- 



bhar niyama. Rules and regulations of the B. I. A.] 
pp. 1-5. "wTRt^C? [Bhawanipur, 1851 r"] 12'. 

^^ITs^V ^^t? "5r5fj^ Turrsi ^--q^- f^wrf?ra 

4) ^t4 I [Bhiiratavarshlya .sabhiir . . . prastiiva. 
Proceedings of a meeting of the B. I. A. on the sub- 
ject of a proposed scheme for the better government 
of Bengal] pp. ii. 26. [Calcutta, ISbO?!^ 8°. 

"»1<ls<iyt% ■yrsT? Tit? ^Tf^^ frr^q I Bhiira- 
tavarshlya sabhiir . . . vi\ araiia. Third annu;d report 
of the B. I. A.] pp. 24. ^iwTil :>V(i(t [Calcutta, 

185-5.] 8". 



[Lilkhcriij vishaj-aka avedana. Petition of the B.I. A. 
to the Lieutenant Governor of Bengal on the subject 
of the resumption of lands held free of assessment.] 
pp. 25. ^Tr«1 ^lio [Calcutta, 1852.] 8°. 



BRITISH INDIAN ASSOCIATION, of Calcutta. 

U^C% »l<tsyT? ^"»T? "WTC^^FST I [Palllgrama-tha 
chaukldar vi.shayaka avedana. [Declaration of the 
British Indian Association against the bill proposed 
by the Government in Council on the 8th of August 
1851, for the better prevention of gang robberies in 
the country districts by village watchmen. Together 
with the rough draft of the bill, signed by F. J. 
Ilalliday as Secretary to the Government of India, 
and with former regulations on the same subject.] 
pp. 21, 10. ^fwra ^11^ [Calcutta, 1851.] 8". 

BROJAPATI BANERJEA. See Yrajapati Yax- 

UYOPADHVAYA. 

BROMHOMOYE. See BrahmamayT. 

BROUGHAM (Henry), Baron Brougham and Vaux. 
See Krish.namoiiaxa Yandyopadhyaya. Elements 
of geometry ... to which is prefixed an extract from 
Lord B.'s essay on the objects, etc., of science, etc. 
1846-48. 18°. 

U&i U C^^l k "^sJT® f*!^^ ^TUrS? Wi( I (Big}-ana 

Sebadhi or Treasures of Science. Translated from 
Lord Brougham's treatise on the objects, plca.sures 
and advantages of science. By Amala Chundra 
Gangoli and Kasi Prasad Ghose, under the direction 
of H. H. Wilson.) 4 JS'os. pp. 203. Calcutta, 

1832. 4°. 

The pagination is continuous. 

BUCK (Henry). (. »y feJ-^ I [Bhaishajyatattva. 
A work on homoeopathy, translated from the Engli>h 
of H. B. by YihHriinia BhSdudl.] Pt. iii. <-U<i\i>\ 
:)^VV [Calcutta, 1881.] 8=. 

BUDDHA. [Life.'] See Aohoranatha Gupta. 
■"iTW^Cf^Ff^s ^ fsTTTS^ I [Sakyamunicharita. An 
account of the life of b!] [1882.] 12^ 

BUNKIM CHANDRA CHATTERJEE. Sec Ban- 

KIMACH.ANDRA ChATIGPADHYAYA. 

BUNYAN (John). The Pilgrim's Progress .... 
translated into Bengalee by F. Carey. (STTfrgycw? 
wr,SfTT?q fT3?1) [Yiitrirder agresarana vivarana.] 
2 pt. "pp. 237, 240. Seraiiipore, 1821-22. S^ 

BUTTO BEHARY BONNERJEE. .SVt' Yati vi- 
harT Yandyopadhyaya. 

CALCUTTA. fVS "Ff^ fsr^TTl <f«H f^ ^H:? ^f%^1~5l I 
[Ranr bhiinr raithyii kathii tin laye Kalikatii, or 
Courtesans, buffoonerv and lying make up Calcutta. 
A farce.] pp. 16. [Calcutta, 1863 ?] 12°. 



Ij 



CAL— CAU 



CALCUTTA. — Ari/drarfaritisamsf/idpnui SahhCi. 

^■g: sra^JT^IJlTTT^ ^Tf xrft'Sf^W I [IJralunanyoiJayukta 
]iiaiiti'a\yal<liya. Essays on siibjocts coiinocted with 
the Iliudu rolif^uiii, publisliod by a Society called 
the Aryavartai'iti.sain.sthapani Sabhil. I. Giiyatrl- 
prakarana, or a lecture ou the Giiyatrl of the Rig- 
vi'da, bv TariTiialha Sann;in, with frequoiit (|iiiitati()us 
from Sanskrit authorities.J pp. (34. ^f^^fSI 'ife^V- 
iCa/cuffa, 1871.] 8°. 

Board of Bevenue. The Rules of the Calcutta 

lioard of Revenue, from 1793 to I8G6, translated by 
VenimiTdhava De and Co. See Chapman (R. B.). 
C?f5fii^ fTTTE? Wsi I rfc. [1867.] 8°. 

Biitixh Indian Association. See Bkitisii In- 
dian Association, o/ Cakutfa. 

Calcutta Christian ScJiool Book Societi/. Col- 
lection of rhj'mes, hj-nins, and tunes for Bengali 
Ciuistian Infant Scliools. -^^ (Tr*ftTr .^tA?T^ f*f^ 
f^^ir|^t«f ^rfST ^ ??t~5 ■yr°-2r^. [N'anf;-a deslya 
KhrTshtiyan gitasamgraha.] ])p. xviii. 104. 
Calcutta', 1859. 8°. ' 

D//annnninnnapraJ,rlsi/,-'l Sahlid. VTS'ST^ST^- 

f»W >1ssI?.oC'5 f^iRTfT^Tf ^TW I [Yidliavavivalia 
vjida. A pamphlet on Hindu widow marriage, 
i.ssuod by the Dhannamarmapi-akilsikii Sabhil.] Pt. I. 
§l?T5r'^ 'i^i'i \_Srranijii(r, 18-34.] 8". 

Imperfect, tcanting other parts. 

Bharma Sahhu. f^V^ fr^fp" f^WK fWfT^ 

ZJ <J \ 1 I [Vidhavaviviihanishedha. A treatise against 
Hindu widow marriage, published by direction of 
the Calcutta Dharma Sabhii.] pp. 28. 'i^b'j [^C'al- 
cntta, 1845.] 8°. 

High Court of Judicature. Judgments in the 

rent case, delivered by the High Court [of Calcutta]. 
Translated by Xnbin Kiishna T5anei'jee . . . stsC^^ 

'srntT^ra wi^ ^f^°W^-^ (Sir^^isrt? h^t? i (Kara- 
sainkranta mokaddaniiir vichitra.] pp iv. 184. 
<-\^i- \ i \ -i^lK [Calcutta, 1865.] S^ 

Illiiilinnrld Sabhd. F^'i^Cil^dT? f?"^1 ^ 'S^^'^rs 

<I^^T^f5T I VlJio ■*r^ I [Ilindumclilr vivarana. An 
account of the opening of the Exhibition of Hindu 
art and industrj- at Calcutta in April, 1868, with the 
prize cssay.s, and an appendix showing tlic receipts 
and expenses of the society.] pp. 108, xviii. <-re1<-1i1 
-ii;!,'!* [Calcutta, 1869.] 8°. 

Mahiludiger Tattvajhdna Sahhd. vf^y^^fffCit^ 

^ieSsH ^r«T; ^CT*rJ « fsrjrJrf^^ l [The rules and 
objects of the Mahiliidiger Tattvajfiilna Sabhii, a 
branch of the Thcosojjhical Society, having for its 
aim the moral and social improvement of Bengali 
women.] pp. 38, vi. <-r=1*t-s1 'iVV^ [Calcutta, 
1882.] 8°. 



CALCUTTA. — Suru]Hinanirdrini Sahhd. ■^rTfTtC? 
■33^ [Surilpaiicr ])hala. A pamphlet on the evils of 
drunkennes.s, issued under the direction of the Suril- 
piinaniviirim Sabhii, or Society for the prevention of 
drunkonuess in Bengal ; witli a list of the rules of 
the Society and its members, signed 1)V I'yiirlcharana 
Sarkiir as president.] pp. 29, ii. ^fsl^fil \Cakutta, 
1868 P] 8°. 

CAMPBELL (.1.) ^fissionary. WsT^ttJrf^'P^ I [>[a- 
hapriiyaschitta.] The great atonement explained, 
in a dialguc [sic'] between a Minister and a Pandit, 
pp. 24. Calcutta Christian Tract and Book Society, 
1837. 12°. 

CAMPBELL (John), Minister of Alur/sland Chaprl. 
Voyages and Travels of a Bible. ^5 <l«l TTpft ^«fR 
^'WISZ^ (W*VS^^\'? fT??«1 I [Biiibal yittrl. Trans- 
lated iVoin the English of J. C] pp. 58. Calcutta, 
1851. Pi". 

CANNING (Charles John), Earl Canning. [Ad- 
ininislration.] See YojKNnuANATiiA Chattop.a- 
1)Uv.\va. c\T5 C^Z etc. [An essay ou Lord 
Canning's administration.] [1861.] 8°. 

CAREY (Fki.ix). See Bible. sf^^Jf^^ etc 
[IJharmapustaka. The Holy Bible, translated by 
F. C] [1801, (•/('.] 8°. 



See Bunyan (John). The Pilgrim's Progress 

. . . translated into Bengalee by F. C. 1821-22. 8°. 

See Goldsmith (Oliver), the Boct. An 

abridgement of the History of England . . . trans- 
lated into Bengalee by F. C. 182U. 8". 

CATECHISM. ^tr&f<m ^'-Ji«- h^"^ ^V fs^rf?^ 
5" a^w^ sn^t^ ro^Tf? -^rc srcn^ ^jf-s^? f»f^'TTir 

■^*nnr*f [Katekhisina. A catechism authorised by 
the Bishop of Calcutta, or short instruction in the 
doctrines of the Church of England] jjp. 8. 
[CV(/(7f)'/«, 1856?] 12°. 

CATHERINE II. Empress of Russia. [Life^^ See 
D\ .'vr.vk.'vn.Itha Bhattaciiarya. Story of Catherine, 
Empress of Russia, etc. 1860. 12°. * 

CATHOLIC CATECHISM. Tf??^! ^T«fi%^ ^-TI^- 
f^^sr ^-^j ^Tfiirl T^^ I [Bahgalii KiithalikKiitikijm, 
liengali Catholic Catechism and book of prayers.] 
pp. V. 158. Calcutta, 1861. 12°. 

CAUNTER (John Hohart), B.D. Historical tales 
in Bengali [from J. H. C.'s " Romance of History. — 
India ;" being a translation of " The Traveller's 
dream," and an adaptation of " The Mahratta chief,"] 
by Bhoodeb Mookerjea. ^^fislTn^- ^'■RJT'T [Aitihii- 
sika upanyiisa.] pp. 118. ^f^^T^I :>'5<}S) [Calcutta, 
1857.] 8°. 



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CAUNTER (John Hobart), B.D. Jayabateer-upa- 
klij'an or Rajpoot marriage. [A tale] translated 
from [J. n. C.'s] Romance of Indian History by 
Hurry Mohon Mocker jea WtTtTSt? ^ff^f JT^ I pp. 69. 
•g-ftf^rwT^Tlf >=^<i' \_Munhidab(uI, 186;j.] 12". 

CECIL (Richard). See Newton (J.), Rector of St. 
Muvij Woolnoth. Life of the Rev. J. Newton. [A 
translation of J. N.'s "Authentic Narrative" of his 
own life with the subsequent particulars fm-nished 
by R. C] 18o3. 12°. 

CHAITANYA. See Krishxa-Chaitaxya. 

CHAKRAPANI DATTA. b^-ttt? [Chakradatta. 
A Sanskrit Materia Medica, compiled by Ch. D. 
Edited with a Bengali translation by Chandrakumiira 
Bhattiichiirya.] pp. 535. ^cW-VAl 'i^v:* \C(deutta, 
1879.'] 8°. 

■pT^lrs . . . W^'s.in 1T??[C?;? <lift^<ltif I 

[Chakradatta. A Bengali version of Ch. D.'s Sans- 
krit work, differing from the preceding, edited by 
Abhayitnanda Gupta.] Pt. II. ^5!^t5l 'i^Vi 
{Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

Wanting Pt. I. 

CHAMBERLAIN (John), Slksioiiari/. The way of 
sahation. ^C'lT^TtlT I [Tranopiiya. A Christian 
tract in verse.] 2nd. edition, pp. 12. Calcutta 
Chridian Tract ami Book Society, [1835 ?] 12°. 

CHAMBERS ("William) and (Rohert), Publis/iers. 
See Dvarakaxatha Bhattaciiarya. Story of 
Catherine, Empress of Russia. [Translated from an 
article in " Chambers' Miscellany."] 1860. 12°. 

>SVr Rajakrishxa Vandyopadhyaya. Neeti- 

bodha . . . [founded on Chambers' Moral Class Book], 
etc. 1864. 12°. 

Biography, translated into Bengallee from 

Chamber's Educational Course, bj' Ishwar Chandra 
Sharma. ^"^^^f?^ I [Jivanacharita.] jjp. iii. 136, 
ix. Calcutta, 1849. 12°. 

Biography, translated into Bengali ... by 



Eshwar Chandra Vidyasagar. Sixth edition, pp. iv. 
96. Calcutta, 1862. ' 8°. 

Key to [Chambers'] Moral Class Book . . . 

containing . . . Bengali and English meanings of 
difficult words and explanations of difficult sentences, 
pp. 172. Calcutta, 1880. 12°. 

CHANAKYA. See Sisubophaka. f^T^Trrrif^ I 

. . . 'JT?M'^ etc. [Sisubodhaka, or the Children's 
Instructor, containing Ch.'s slokas in Sanskrit.] 
pp. 47. [1843 ?] 12°. 



CHANAKYA. 
[1855?] 12=. 



[ ilnother edition. ] 



pp. 



WZT^ ^y^<\Wtt [Chiinakyasloka. The shorter ver- 
sion, in 108 slokas, of Ch.'s Rajanltisamuchchaya, 
translated into Bengali verse, with the Sanskrit 
original.] jip. 22. ^/WTSlT*^;.:, [Cato««a, 1854.] 8°. 

[Another edition.] pp. 22. JffwTSl •i^ia 



\_Calcutta, 1808.] 8°. 

CHANDICHARANA. Sw Haidar Bakhsh. (TTSI 
tf^?TJr I [TheTota'itihasa, a translation of the Tota- 
kahanl, by Ch.] [1806.] 8°. 

[Another edition.] [1825.] 8°. 

For a portion of Ch.'s translation of Ilaidar 

Bakhsh's TotakahiinI, or Tales of a parrot, with 
English translation and vocabular}^ See H.wghton 
[Sir G. C). Bengali Selections. 1822. 4°. 

CHANDIDASA. .SVe Aruxodaya Ghosha. UlSi^flf- 
<j;=rvf4<(=^-^« I etc. [Padakalpataru. A collection of 
poems from the works of Ch. and others.] 
[1866.] ol)l. 8°. 

F'fbrm ^3 <Wf^fiT I [Chandldiisakrita padil- 

vali. The jjoetical works of Ch. A revised edition 
with footnotes, followed by the Riimesvarl Satyana- 
rilyana, a poem bj' Ramesvara Bhattilcharya. Edited 
by Akshayachandra Sarkiir.] pp. 159, 40. jjl^ 
:>^Va [Cliinsurali, 1880.] 8°. 

CHANDRAKANTA CHAKRAVARTI. -SnqiTfTr I 
[Rinadiiva.] The evils of getting into debt. pp. ii. 
ii.'52. ^^■ra [fW/o^f-fff, 1881.] 12°. 

CHANDRAKANTA DASA KAVIRATNA. krSH- 

f?S( -^gs:( . . . WT«W ^ I [Bhaishajyadhanvantari. 
A work on Materia Medica, compiled from the best 
Sanskrit authorities, and translated into Bengali by 
Ch. D. K. Revised by Chandrakumiira Bhattii- 
chilrya.] pp. i. viii. ;i20. ^?raT5l ^^V8 [Calcutta, 
1877.] 8°. 

CHANDRAKANTA SIKDAR. f% Sf^Tf? ^ffsTTf? i 
[Ki majilr SaniviTra, or A^'hat a day of pleasure is 
Saturday ! A poem.] pjj. 16. ^fsreTSI ^^"i' 
[Calcutta, 1863.] 12°. 

[Another cojjy.] 



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CHANDRAKANTA TARKABHUSHANA. See 
Kai.idasa. Raghuvansa . . . translated into Bengali 
by C. T. [1864.] 8°. 

3 



CHA 



CHANDRAKANTA TARKABHUSHANA. Gani- 
tankuia, or lutroduetlou in arithmclic . . . ffflTT^? 1 
3nl. edition, pp. ii. lOS. r„lr„tf<i, 1S04. IJ . 

CHANDRAKANTA VANDYOPADHYAYA. .SV^- 
Sa.vkaha Ahiakva. ^4(JTirf^J1 [Adliyatniavidyii, 
including the Atmilniitma-viveka, Sanskrit text with 
a Bengali paraphrase by Ch. Y.] [ISSl.^ 12°. 

CHANDRAKISORA MAJUMDAR. sRsf^^ I 
[Xavamallika. Miscellaneous short poems.] pp. 82. 
yijywfji^r •i^'ja \_Maimfmsinh. 18(J7.] 12". 

CHANDRAKUMARA BHATTACHARYA. See 
CiiAKKAPAXi Datta. bj»»lt ^ [( 'hukradatta, edited 
with a Bengali translation by Ch. Bh. J [1 879.] 8°. 

See Ch.\ndrakant.\ D.\s.\ Kavir.vtxa. r«^- 



^W^^f? etc. [Bhaishajyadhanvaiitari. Revised by 
Ch. Bh.] [1877.] 8°.' 

T^ r<4l^ I [Yangavivilha. A treatise advo- 



cating rcfonn in Bengali marriage institutions.] jjp- 
130. ^fwrsl >\vv [Cakutta, 1881.] 12°. 

CHANDRAKUMARA TARKALANKARA. See 
Taxtras. i5i»t<l§ [Tantrasilra, with a Bengali in- 
terpretation by Ch. T.] [1879, etc.'] 4°. 

CHANDRAMADHAVA CHATTOPADHYAYA. 

<«iirjr<i 3* ^ffs I [Vursliatirikta gati. An es^ay on 
the earth's revolutions round the sun, causing various 
changes in the temperature and climate of Bengal 
in the first half of the nineteenth century.] pp. 21. 
^fwm :.^5,a [Cakutta, 1858.] 12°. 

CHANDRAMOHANA, Nafiie Chri-'itian. iffft StT^I- 
^T? ■^1<l«it>r^'5 I [Siidhvl Manikiir jTvanacharita.] . . . 
Life of ^lonica [taken from M. E. Herbert's " Three 
Phases of Christian Love."] pp. vii. lOti. ^fiK-lil 
^\V-V {Calcutta, 1881.] 12°. 

CHANDRAMOHANA CHATTOPADHYAYA. 

<f j<i<f *f^<1 I [Karaka-])rakarana, a treatise on the 
cases of Sanskrit nouns.] pp. 94. ^^TTTsl ^VV-^ 
[Calcutta, 1881.] 12°. 

CHANDRAMOHANA DEVA. ^ETTyrT^-STSfft -8 
^^5T-^8^^ 1IW 'i^t-V- [Pra.snasararaafijarl o nfitana- 
pafijika. An almanac for the Bengali year 1288, 
i.e. 1881-82 a.d., with various astrologicitl calcula- 
tions.] pp. 156. TFXm [Dacca, 1881.] 12°. 

CHANDRAMOHANA SENA. ^41 STC^P^ TT^I^ 
^Jl<t-<it [Sukhapravesa. An elementary Bengali 
graimuar.] Gth edition, pp. 88. ^f^TTTSI 'iV-'iV 
[Calcutta, 1878.] 12°, 



CHANDRAMOHANA SIDDHANTAVAGISA 

BHATTACHARYA. .SVt IIaH-shadeva. <I a 1 4 -rf t^T- 
W^ ifc. [liatnavali, translated into Bengali, lie- 
vised and corrected by Ch. S. Bh.] [1 849.] 8°. 

Kavikalpadruina. A reiiository of Sanskrit 

roots with their meanings in Bengali . . . <-r<l<t-'"*'f^if 
srfjm^ ■^T^^ ^«f ■yrf?~5 l] pp. iv. iii. 1U2. 
CalcHtta, 18(;0. 12'. 

CHANDRAMOHANA TARKARATNA. Udbhata 
Chandrika, a collection of popular anonymous 
verses in Sanskrit with . . . liengali translations. 
Pt. i. ^^ bfii-t-l cfc. <Flwm ^W* [Calcutta, 
1880.] 8\ 

CHANDRAMUKHi. F^^^lt? ^Tf^tJff I Chandra- 
mukhee, a tale of Bengali life. Reprinted from the 
" Aurunodoy," with much improvement and addi- 
tion, etc. pp. 106. Seramporc, 1859. 8^. 

CHANDRANATHA DASA GHOSHA. nin^T^ 
Tf^'^TT? C^W I [Patyabhiivc pativratiir kheda. Verses 
on a Hindu woman's grief when separated from her 
husband, and on the exercise of a virtuous life.] 
pp. 58. ^^TTTSI :>\i», [Calcutta, 1862.] 12°. 

CHANDRANATHA MUKHOPADHYAYA. 

r^r? ipif A'^^ ^"5? I [Prasnottaramiila. Questions 
and answers on Tiiiinlcharana Chattopadhyiiya's 
History of India. Pt. ii.] pp. 49. ^strTSI 'ilV^ 
[Calcutta, 1864.] 12°. 

CHANDRANATHA VASU. »fT^-j;5ll4^ I ■^V^^. 
■srf's'SsT^'"!^-"^?!? ■ywTr^lTFsri i fSakuntalalattva. A 
ei'itieisin on the Sakuntala of Kalidasa.] jjp. 159. 
^srersl ^^V-V [Culruttn, 1881.] 8°. 

CHAPMAN (Robert Barclay). c?W3^ C^TTS? 
frfsf I etc. [Reviniu Border vidhi. Rules of the Cal- 
cutta Board of Revenue, from 1793 to 1866. Com- 
])iled by R. B. C, Secretarj' to the Board, for 
the guidance of Bengal Government Officers, and 
translated b}' Venlmadhava De and Co.] pp. xx. 
644, 82. ^fWrsi -iVM [Calcutta, 1867.] 8^ 

CHARAKA. b<l<tH°f5n I [The Charaka-samhita, 
a work on the Hindu svstem of medicine. 
Sanskrit text, with a translation by Avinilsaehandra 
Kaviratna.] pp. iv. 196, 1108. ^ST^TSI ^feS'i 
[Calcutta, 1884.J 8°. 

CHARUCHANDRA MUKHOPADHYAYA. See 
Bankimaciiaxdra Chattoi'ai>iiy.\va. Durgesa K"an- 
dini ... . translated into English prose bj' Ch. 31. 
1880. 8°. 



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CHATUEA. ^^J\ I [Cliatura. A fale of Hiudii 
uaarriwllife.] pp. -,'2. '^ Ul -\i>] [Cakutfa, 1878.] 12'\ 

CHIKITSAHNAVA. firf^s^ TTf i|-^ I [ChikitsSrnava. ! 
A treatise ou the diagnosis and treatment of various 
maladies, in prose and verse, compiled from Sanskrit 
sources, witli quotations from the original.] pp. 
iv. 40. ^srrra ^liv [Calcutta, 1856.] 12". 

P15. ii.:3C. ^5Prra^^V5. [Ca/c««a, 1880.] 12°. 



CHINTAMANI aANGOPADHYAYA. A grammar 
of the Eengali language . . . Tf^T^I 'a'JT^'l I 
[Biiiigala vyakarana.] i^p. viii. 238. ^STTTSl Wh-V- 
ICaktilta, 1881.] 12^ 

CHINTATARANGINi. fr-^T^f^'Tt I [Chinta- 
taranginT, or The river of thought. A poem.] pp. ii. 30. 
^^mn ^^5>V- [Calcutta, 18G1.] 12=. 

CHIHANJiVA SARMA. sPg'^bi'J Tgf^^ I ^«fl«. 
CFTJif ;■? 'Wt^ G Sf^ I [lihaktichaitanya chandrika. 
An account of the life and teachings of Chaitanya.] 
2 pt. ^em^ -iV"-':. [Calcutta, 1879-80.] 8°. 

vn JH(U^ I ^sri«. ipsfviil^v irrg^ i [Nava 

Vrindilvaua. A plaj' illustrating the moral benefits 
derived by the teachings of Kesavachandra Sena's 
doctrin^ of the ?few Dispensation.] 2nd edition, 
pp. 117. wf^mn] :>V'(t [Calcutta, 1883.] 8°. 

CHOLERA. On the Cholera Morbus. «5it^^1<f r<l<l<l«t 
etc. [Ulautharvivarana.] pp.26. Calcutta, IS2Q. 12°. 

COLLIER (George). — See Kalikkishna Deva, 
Haja. A genealogical and other accounts of . . . 
Kali- Krishna . . . extracted from the notarial papers 
of G. C, etc. 1811. 12°. 

COMBE (Andrew). See Sivachakdr.\ Deva. The 

infant treatment . . . f^^'Tlsrsf [Sisupalana. An 
adaptation of A. C.'s " Treatise on the physiological 
and moral management of infancy."] [1862], 
1864. 12°. 

COMBE (George). See Radhavali.abha Dasa. 
iI«)*-g>il<J>tx^ I '■''''■ [Manatattva siirasamgraha. 
Compiled from the phrenological works of Dr. 
Spurzheim and G. C] [1849.] 12°. 

COMPASS. C^'»=5TTryi? fr??1 I [Kompilser vivarana. 
A dialogue on the use of the comjjass.] pp. 15. 
J^^ •iVife [Chinsurah, 1819.] 12". 

COPY BOOK. ^^Tai ^rnr«ff5Tf<T [Bilngala iidarsa- 
lipi. A Bengali copy book for schools.] pp. 24. 
:>^Vb Calcutta, [1880."] 8°. 



CUNNINGHAM fJ. M.). See AsvinTkumara 

Chakra\artt. ^^j?^i >2r«t5r ^^c-^i ^jT'jrre? i 

[Svasthj-araksha prathama jjustaker prasnottara. A 
Catechism of Dr. C.'s Sanitary Primer.] [1881.] 12°. 



■^■JT^fJl ^^'^ SSJP'SV^J I [Daktar Kenimhamkrita 
svasthyaraksha, etc. Xotes and a catechism on Dr. 
C.'s Sanitary Primer.] pp. 10. Fin ^^V-V- [Dacca, 

1881.] 8°. 

Incomplete, icanting pp. 10-12. 

DACCA. Gaildrhhdfra Sftmmilam Sahha. &?f^ 

(^^Vl-V*)) [Gaililchhatra SammilanI Sabhiir karya- 
vivarana. An account of the proceedings of an 
Association formed at Dacca for the literary culture 
of Bengali students, during the first and second 
years of its existence.] pp. 16. TJin 'i^V-S) [Dacca, 
1882.] 8°. 

DALL (Charles II. A.) Praj-er for the Christian 
life ; adapted to the several seasons of morning, 
evening, closing year . . . Translated into Bengali 
by Bakhaldas Haldar. ^"!*i«|Jt I [Brahmastotra.] 
pp. 16. ^Iwrsi ■i^tv [Calcutta, 1856.] 8°. 

DAMODARA MUKHOPADHYAYA. The two 
sisters. (Astory) by DamodarMukerji . . . 'S's "»g\l 
[Duibhagnl.] pp.133. Calcutta, [^881.] 8'-. 

tTrsrifl I [Yimala. A tale illustrative of Hindu 



life and manners.] pp. ii. 194, ii. ^f^TTTSI ^Vil 
[Calcutta, 1877.] 12°. 

DANDIN. ;f»rj5rf? pfrs I ^<ft^ ^rf^ I [Dasa- 
kumiiracharita, or The adventures of the ten princes, 
translated from the Sanskrit of D. by Girisachandra 
Vidyaratna.] pp.ii.ii.l48. ^fsrafTI :>^5>0 [Cff/a/««, 
1856.] 8-'. 

[Another copy.] 

?»r^5n? ^nl^ >ir?.4 3rd edition, pp. 

iv. 134, ii." ^Ffwra ^^V5i [Calcutta, 1879.] 8". 

DASAEATHI RAYA. *fM^ I [Panchiill. Poems 
chiefly on the life of Krishna.] 5 pt. ^fsi^lal ^^Id-I?* 
[Calcutta, 1868-69.] 8°. 

■^^JI*!^ ^TFt^ I Pt. V. 6th edition, pp. 108. 



^5^31 nvi [Calcutta, 1880.] 12^ 

nTFfft I TT^ «J?3 I Pt. vi. 8th edition, pp. 128. 



<- r^ <-f a l -i^Vli [Calcutta, 1880.] 12 
DABS (T. N.) See Trailoktanatha Dasa. 



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DAYALACHANDRA GHOSHA. fwr57tr? ^rrW I 
[Vidyasundara nataka. A dramatic ada])tatiou of 
the popular poem of Bharatacliandra IJilya, by 
D. Gh.] 3rd edition, pp. 71. Calcutia, 188'i. 12°. 

DAYAMAYI DEVI. A treatise on female chastity 

.... nfs^Tl W f^TTTf^^l? *ff3? 'Srfs TTt^l 
'^VSJ ^*n:it*f-^-l ^ [Pativrat.T dharma.] 2nd 
edition, pp. viii. 51. ^sT^1~51 ^Vi° [Caki(ff((, 
1870.] 12°. 

DE FOE (Daniei.) ^ir<jwv|W JpC>\\4 ^<«lb.r<li I 
[Riibinsan Krusor jivanacliarita. The Adventures of 
Robinson Crusoe, translated by J. Robinson.] 3rd 
edition, pp. 323. Calcutta, 18G0. 12°. 

One of the "Bengali Family Library Series." 

DEVAVAMSA VARNANA. Jhf/iii. SWS JFsTTtR- 

^srbr II "5r%r -slwi i .^^<^ sTsn •Hit ^?^ it'SR i 

End. ^«t?1?'^ ^5T f5T«n ?T? ^^r«m II [The 
Devavamsa varnana and the Devavanisilmsa var- 
nana. A genealogy in verse of the family of the 
Maidika Kayastha Dovas of Chitrapura and their 
collateral branches. With an introduction on 
castes in general, by Nandarama Mitra] pp. 21. 
[Calcutta ? 1854.] 8°. 

DEVENDRAMOHANA SENA. (g f tjftJ tJ lF I 
[Iloroshiviich, i.e. Iloratius. A poem founded on 
ilacaulay's " Lays of Ancient Rome."] pp. 24. 
- <-r^<t- r A 1 '-iXh-l [Calcutta, 1881.] 12°. 

DEVENDRANATHA THAKURA. Sec Brahma- 
DHAUMA. ^n^if^ I etc. [Part I. of Rilmamohana 
Rilya's Brahmadharma, with a commentary in 
Bengali by D. Th.] [18G1.] 8°. 

®|jrs; (ki:<i't<^t«r ^^? sr?t»nEr . . . r?r iff 



'^^TOT'f Tin ^T^-ifT^? ITS « f^'^TH ?!«; Wr?^, etc. 
[Brahmadharmer mata o visvasa. Ten Brahmist 
sermons delivered by D. Th. in the years 1859-60. 
Edited b}' Satyendraniitha Thiikura.] pp. 124. 
^fsrrra UM [Calcutta, 1800.] 12°. 

*nd<t-t4l ntftHMtiStjl T^Tl [Kalik.lt ii Brahma- 



samajer vaktritil. Twenty-one sermons delivered at 
the Brahma Samiij, by D. Th. Collected and edited by 
Yadunatha Chattopiidhyaya.] pp.111. <t-Rl<-l*1 ^:»^}» 
[Calcutta, 1862.] 12".' 

<ff«^^ 3Twr»r? ^s^ ^<>f*ajf irfsT^ ^°ffrn:«f 



J^T^msriT^r? ^^T1 I [Paschinia pradeser durbhiksha, 
etc. Appeal on behalf of the sufferers from the 
famine in the Xorth-West Provinces. A sermon 
delivered at the Brahma Samiij.] pp. 13. ^fsTTTSI 
^■iv;;. [Calcutta, I860.] 8°. 



DEVI PRASANNARAYA CHAUDHURI. See 

PUASANNAKAVA t'lIAllim uT, JJcf'l, 

DHARANIDHARA RAYA. Sec Manu. ST^ 
Iffy sR^r? C'f1"fl vW [With a Bengali version by 
Dh. R. of Gaiigiidhara Kaviratua's commentary.] 
[1881.] 8°. 

See Patiiyapathya. ^srjt^?tJ [Sanskrit text, 



with a translation by Dh. R.] [1879.] 12". 

DHARMAMARMAPRAKASIKA SABHA. See 
Cai.cu'ITA. — Dharmaiiiariiiaprakasikd Sabha. 

DHARMA SABHA. See CALCUTTA. — Dharma Sabha. 

DICTIONARIES, -^rfsirrjr I trmcT ^^r^fitz^f? 

9 5 ci [Abhidhiina.] Bengali Dictionary, for the 
use of .schools, pp. 228. Calcutta, 1857. 12°. 

DiNABANDHU MITRA. The collected works of 
Rai Dinabiindliu ^litra Bahadur, with a life .... 
of the author [by Baiikimachandra ChattojMldliyaya.] 
Edited and arranged by his sons. <nTr F 1 •! <J *t? fjnf 

<rt9TT? ^'iti5 ^TT^^ ' PP- ^xi^- ^"- l^i-1- ^^^-rsl 
^b-l-i [Calcutta, 1^77.'] 8°. 

<?t^T<4t •lib* I [Llliivatl nataka. A drama 

in seven acts on Kulin social life.] pp. 192. 
^5I^m ^^^IJj [Calcutta, 1869.] 8°. 

srft^ ^«ff^t "TW I [XavTua tapasvini nataka, 

or The female devotee. A drama in five acts.] 
pp. 157. ^'g'ssf^r? •i^l" [Kri-shnagar, 1863.] 8°. 

6th edition, pp. 108. ?f%^T^ 'ifeOi [Calcutta, 



1879.] 8°. 

^t«T-lt<^<l TfW I [Nlladarpana nataka, or The 

Indigo-planting mirror. A drama in five acts.] 
2nd edition, pp. ii. 112, iii. ^fsfTTSI ^IVO [Calcutta, 
1861.] 8°. 

6th edition, pp. 104. <t-r«l<-T4l ^J'^V-^ [Calcutta, 

1881.] 8°. 

Nil Darpan, or the Indigo Planting Mirror. A 

drama [in five acts and in prose by D. M.] tran.slated 
from the Bengali by a Native. [With an introduc- 
tion by J. Long.] pp. iv. ii. 102. Calcutta, 
1861. 8". 



[Another copj'.] 

Nil Durpan. The Indigo Planters' Mirror. 

[Another edition.] pp. 61. Edinburgh, 1862. 8°. 



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DINABANDHU MUKHOPADHYATA. ^tTTTlfT- 
ilJT*l I [Prabodhukh3-ana. The story of Prabodha, 
a prince of Varnata, in verse.] Pt. i. pp. 94. 
^WTsI :»^5iV [C'ak'iiffri, 1861.] 8°. 

DINABANDHU NYAYAEATNA. T!r^5f>^«>ff^F5r 
[Aksliaraparichaya. A Benjjali primer.] Pt. i. 
3rd edition, pp. 35. ^crK-fil 'ifeOJj [^Calcutta, 
1880.] 12=. 

DINANATHA DASA CHANDA. ^^ml ^T^T^ 
^sic*)<i Ftfft?' ^TW I [Kamaliikilnane kalamer cliilrar 
anti, or The sjjrout of the graftbud in the orange- 
grove. A tale in the form of a drama.] j)p. 77. 
^f5m«1 ^^V«i \_Cakidta, 1880.] 12°. 

DINANATHA CHATTOPADHYAYA. ^<»l(:^ t- 
f?^^ •Tfu^ [lihuvananidhinl uiltaka. A love .story 
inverse.] pp. 2-4. ^IwfTl ^^i:* [Crt/f^^ff, 1864.] 8^ 

DINANATHA GANGOPADHYAYA. f?f?5( Jf^fW 
^T^J I [Vividhadarsana kiivya, or Travels in India. 
A poem in six cantos.] pp. vii. 115. T-Pn^? 1 si 'i^'i^ 
\_Calcutta, 1865.] 8=". 

DINANATHA SENA. Geography of the provinces 
inidcr the Lieutenant Governor of Bengal and the 
Chief Commissioner of Assam .... <4f ctf(.*r? .... 
iSfCIf^ 'JrerC?^? ft'TJI I [Vahgadeser pradesa samuher 
vivarana.] Fifth edition, pp. iii. xi. 129. Calcutta, 
1879. 12". 

Sixth edition, pp. X. 129. Ca/culfn, 1880. 12°. 



DIT HALDE (Jean Baptiste) . See Krishx.\mohaxa 
Vandtopadhyaya. Biography, containing the lives 
of ... . Confucius (from Du Halde's description of 
the empire of China), etc. 1847. 12'. 

DULAMIYA. ^s C-t-il(:<l4 STf^r ^ >rlT1 *ff^« 
yr?(<t- StfitT? ^Cf«f [Shahparl o Mallikzildah. A fairy 
tale in Muhainmadan Bengali verse.] jip. 70. 'i^V'i 

lCa!ru/t(i, 1880.] S\ 

DUNCAN (Jonathan). See Bengal. — Gorenior 
and CoKiiril. Regulations for the administration of 
justice in the Courts of Dewannoe Adaulut . . . with 
a Bengal translation by J. D. 1785. 4°. 

DUHAKANKSHA. 6<lt<t-l(: 5*? ^«ri ^HSTI I [Durii- 
kaiikshcr vritbii Lhramana, or The travels of a 
Bengali Christian. An autobiography.] jDp. 62. 
^sT^rsl •i'i^J!' [Cd/cul/a, 1857.] 12°. 

DURGACHARANA GUPTA. 'SQC^SPT ^rfsSrl^ I 
TGuptaprcs abhidhiina. A Bengali-English diction- 
ary, with numerous Bengali sj-noujTnous words.] 
pp. 1205. Calcutta, 1879. 12°. 



DURGACHARANA GUPTA. fi^Z^T^ ^^liTtsn I 
[Guptaprcs varnamalii. A Bengali cojjy book. 
Part iii.] [Catcutta, 1878.] 16°. 

nc^ ^srf^srfiT nf?(Pflf<r5 « ^^fcs l [Paket 



abbidhana, or Pocket dictionary of Bengali .s3'nonyms.] 
Second edition, revi-sed and enlarged, pp. 351. 
^f5T^TTl -iKb-z [Calcutta, 1877.] 16°. 



5th edition, pp. 452. ^sTTl'Sl ^Xfe' ^Calcutta, 

1883.] 16°. 

irfFTq f*r^?:Tf5( l etc. [Sachitra .^isubodha. An 



illustrated primer, containing elementary instruction 
in reading, arithmetic, geography, English pronun- 
ciation, and the like.] pp. 183. Engl, and Bang. 
^fmrs\ ■i^Vb [Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

DURGACHARANA KAVIRATNA. /SVcRagjiava- 
NANUA CHAKRA\Ai(rT. Ftf -J & Pi) <t- 1 [Diuachaudrikil, 
translated by D. K.] [1878.] 8°. 

DURGACHARANA RAYA. fP'T^I C^TP^ \ ! 
sff^ I [Paskarii chhele, or The young man who has 
pas.sed Ijis examinations. A drama in tliree acts on 
the state of society amongst educated English- 
speaking Bengalis.] pp.44. ^^31 •iV-^^ [Calcutta, 
1879.] 8°. 

DURGACHARANA VANDYOPADHYAYA. See 
MailIhuakata. [Entire work.] ^VH i|^1 !jI<I4 I [The 
Maliabharata. Translated into Bengali prose by 
D. v.] [1869-74.] 8°. 



See Pcr.Inas. — Bhagavatapurdna. ^jSTST^r?^ i 

[The Bhagavatapuriina. Translated into Bengali 
prose by D. Y.] [1870.] 8°. 

DURGADASA DASA. ^5J?i5'-f^C5rrf(r^ sf^ | 
[Surendia-VinodinI niitaka. A drama.] 2nd edition, 
pp. 65. <t-rg1<t- l J >l ^J^VI [Calcutta, 1880.] 8^ 

DURGADASA KARA. ^«tlfej ^TTT^ I . . . 
Bhaishajj-^a ratnavali. A work on materia medica in 
Bengali. Compiled by Purga Doss Kur. Sixth 
edition. Edited by lladhagobind Kar. Woodcuts, 
etc. pp. xxxi. 634. 'i^^^S Calcutta, [1878.] 8°. 



690, 25. ■iwv 



Seventh edition, pp. 

Calcutta, [1881.] 8°. 

fs^^rar I . . . . Bhishak-vandhu fPrescrip- 

tions taken from the English pharmacopoeia] by 
Durga-Das Kar . . . Published [or rather edited] by 
Radha-Govinda Kar. Second edition, pp. iv. 151. 
Calcutta, 1879. 12°. 



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DURGANARAYANA GHOSHA. bfTr^PT^T^f I 
^''KJTiT I LSailcsanatha. A Beugali ikivoL] pp. 
lUS. ^^fsT^m iWa [Cakiiifa, 1878.] 12 \ 

DTTRGAPRASADA SARMA. t«J g'l^AM^ I ch: 
[Muktalatilvali. A pooiu on the lite of Krislina, 
taken from the I'Jth chapter of tlie Kalkipuriina.] 
pp. iv. lU. ^IwTsl ■i^b-b [ra/ciitta, 1880.] 12°. 

DUTT ( M. M. S.) See M.\dhusud.\n.v D.nr.v (M.). 

DVARAKANATHA BHATTACHARYA. See 
IxDi.\. — Lerjislatiie Council, ef^ « sifsr? 'JT^ Ot^JTrf^ 
^■STjWvf I [The Code of Civil Procedure. Com- 
piled by D. Bh., witli notes.] [1877.] 8". 

Stor\- of Catherine, Empress of Russia [freely 

translated], by Dwarkanuth Bhattaeharjea, [from 
an article in "Chambers' Miscellany."] ^pfrTTTT? 
?T^ ^^rrftri? ^^«fJT^ I [Rusiyar riijnl Kyatlia- 
riuer upakhyiiiui.] 2)p. -IJ. Cahuttn, lS(iO. 12"'. 

DVARAKANATHA-DASA DASA. ^ITfsf ^ I 
[Padarthatattva. A treatise on natural philosoph}'.] 



pp. 



iv.228, ii. ^f%^r51 ^<iV8 [0//™('/'a, 1862.] 12° 



DVARAKANATHA GANGOPADHYAYA. ^t^- 
•IT^^IJ I . . . . Jeebun akkliya. A sliort memoir of 
Bromhomoye, [a Bengali lady distinguished for her 
benevdlenee, and an active su])])orter of the cause 
of native female education.] 2iid edition, pp. iv. ii. 
107, 35. V^Vb Calcutta, [1879.] 1G°. 

DVABAKANATHA GUPTA. Src Kai.II)AS.\. 
[4sx-cn\{^f\ I [The TikramorvasI, translated by 
D. G.] 1862. 8°. 

CT^-STsI I [Hemaprabha. A Bengali novel.] 

pp. 6-3. #iT^m ^^5.^ \_Calcutta, 18.59.] 8°. 

DVARAKANATHA RAYA. See Harim0H.\N.\ 
K.vRMAK.\R.\. ^srU >i »< ^T^J 1 rKumilrasambhava 
kiivya. A paraphrase in verse of the San,skrit 
poem of Kalidiisa, by II. K. assisted by D. R.l 
[1858.] 12°. 

See K.\viT.\M.\LA. ^frsprtin l [Kavitamiila. 

Miscellaneous poems, with an introductory notice of 
the authoress by I). R.] [1865.] 12". 

*rf^ I . . . . >2r?rsr <Jt^^ [Kavitiipatha, M(jral and 
instructive readings in. verse.] pp. iv. 40. ^f^TsI 
T.^b>, [Calcutta, 1863.]. 12°. 



DVARAKANATHA VANDYOPADHYAYA. See 
IvN(ii.AXi), Cliuirli of. — Catcrlii'iiii. A short explana- 
tion of the Catechism Translated into Bengalee 

by Baboo Dwarkanath Banerjea, etc. 

DVARAKANATHA VIDYABHUSHANA. See 

Pekiodicai, Puiil.KATloxs. — Cdlnttta. <r.irv(j>.;| | 
[Kalpadruma. A monthly magazine. Edited by 
D.V.] [1878.] 8°. 

s^r»*i|<i I [Xitisjira. A moral and instructive 

reader.] 8th edition. 2 pt. pp. 54, 72. ^T^f^^TTSl 
^^5»>>-'i'' IC/ianr/ripotd, 1862-63.] 12". 

DVARIKANATHA MITRA. ifJRt ^ fvf#t-n'5^ I 
[Xalinl. A historical drama on tlie defeat of 
PrithvTriija by the Muhammadans, and the capture 
of Delhi.] pp. 56. rt«^ 'i.^V-'i [Hoicra/i, Calcutta, 
1880.] 12°. 

DVARIKANATHA VANDYOPADHYAYA. The 
Pramanasara, or the outlines of the Christian 
evidences. [With an English preface by the author.] 
■^rsrrsr-TTf^ etc. pp. viii. ii. 155. ■«<l^^ •iV-ISi 
[B/iaudnipur, 1879.] 12°. 

DVIJA NITYANANDA. ^tTsTl JT^sT I [Sitala- 
mangala. A poem on Sitalii, the goddess presiding 
over smallpox.] pp. 74. ^fsf^rsl 'i^Va \_Calciitta, 
1879.] 12°. 

DVIJA PITAMBARA. Sec PuKANAS. — Padmn- 
purana. «T5r<aTriT"?'?f"5 r-9»yli?T^I>lt(:<l<l ^5psr ■^sf JT? I 
etc. [The filth chapter of the Kriyuyogasiira, traii.s- 
lated into Bengali verse by 1). P.]" '[1824.] 8°. 

DVIJENDRANATHA THAKURA. See Pkriodi- 
CAL PuBLic.\Tioxs. — Calcutta. 'v\^t\ [BhilratT, a 
monthly journal, edited by Dv. Th.'] [1877.] 8". 



>4«5r<jyi 



[Tattvavidyil. A treatise on 
mental philo.sophy.] 3 pt. 'ilW-V-S) [Calcutta ? 
1866-67.] 12°. 



3 pt. 2ud edition, pp. ii. 303. <tr«1*I^ 'ii»^8 

[Calcutta, 1867.] 8°. 

Ontology ; being a translation of "Tatwa- 

vidya," a Bengali work, by Babu D. Tb. with sub- 
sequent additions and alterations made by him in 

pp. iv. 70. Calcutta, 1871. 8°. 



the original text. 



DWARKANATH BANERJEA. 
NATHA VaXDYOPADIIYaYA. 



See Dv.\RAK.\- 



EDGEWORTH (Maui a). Tlic Reward of honesty 
byM. E. iH<lcriiI<i <a.<I-*I<l) [Saralatiir puraskjira.] 
Engl, and Beitg. See Adams (W.) M.A., Fellow of 
Merton College, Oxford. Moral tales, etc. 1849. 12°. 



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EDGEWOETH (Maria). Edgeworth's Murud the 
Unlucky. Freely translated into Bengali by Jiidu 
Gopaiil Chattcrjea. ? s vl'^U TTTW [Ilatubliagya Mu- 
r5d.] pp. ii. 66. ^^TsTife^v- [C'rt/c««ff, 1861.] 12°. 

EDMONSTONE (Xeil Bexjamix). &e Bengal. — 
Governor and Council. Bengal translation [by N. 
B. E.] of Regulations for the administration of 
justice, in the Fouzdarry . . . Courts, clc. 1791. 4°. 

• Bengal translation [by X. B. E.] of Regula- 
tions for the 
1792. 4^ 



guidance of the Magistrates, etc. 



EKAYAYI KAEIKA. Begin. ^«r F^ft^f^T 'T^Jltir? 
^^Tfir <t-ir<l<t-1 II End sfs te »lvl 'ilTJlTfir <tir<i<-1 
^JTfSI II [A treatise on genealogy, in verse.] pp. 46. 
[Ca/c««fir, 1854?] 8°. 

ELLEETON (.J. F.) See Bible. — I^ew Testament. 
^?f€T?^ ^STF frr^ #tt«? sr^^ H4Jlb1<I etc. [The 
Xew Testament, translated by .J. F. E.] [1819.] 8". 

tSF f*ft^J? sfiPflTe? sflTfrs "^grffir? ft"??«i i 

.... [Srishtyudir vivarana.] An account of the 

creation of the world and of the first age, in the 

form of dialogues between a master and his pupil. 

Calcutta, 1820. 8=. 

JSach chapter has a separate half-title, and is separately 
paged. 

[Another copy.] 

Wanting title-page. 

ELPHINSTONE {Hon. Mountstiart). See Krish- 
NAMOHAXA Yaxdyopadhyaya. Biography, con- 
taining the lives of . . . Sultan ilahmud (from E.'s 
Hist, of India). 1847. 12°. 

ENCYCLOPEDIAS. Eneyclopfedia Bengalensis, 

or a series of jHiblications in English and Bengali . . . 

edited by the Rev. K. M. Banerjea. 

Vol. I. and 1\. See Ectropius (Flavius). 

Yol. II., III., and Y. to IX. See Krishxamohana 

Yandyopaduy.Iya. 
Yol. X. See Adams (\Y.) MA. 
Yol. XI. and XII. &e Watts (J.) i).i). 1846-50. 12=. 

Encyclopcedia Brilannica. See Krishxamohaxa 

Yaxdyopadhyaya. The history of ancient Egypt 
from Rollin and the Encyclopaedia Britannica. 
1847. 12=. 

ENGLAND, Church of. Begin. ?»5rf^ « v§^^ 
Trt^r«r5 Sf^^ . . . S(7:^'T<TOr»r [Imlande . . . 
manelalir dharmopadesa. Instruction in the doctrines 
of the Established Church of England and Ireland.] 



ENGLAND, Church of. — Catechism. A short ex- 
planation of the Catechism of the Church of England. 
To which is added a brief account of the rite of 
infant baptism, the rite of confirmation, and the 
order and government of the Christian Church. 
Translated into Bengalee by . . . Dwarkanath Baner- 
jea. ©•°5T#tir sr-s^t? ^iMi e<i ^■?c<t-<i ■JT^r^n 

7Jt<t3l [Iralandlyu Mandallr prasnottara pustaker 
vyakhyii.] jjp. v. 115. Calcutta, 1841. 8°. 

ENGLISH GEAMMAE. The Elements of English 
Grammar, ■s^^fsf ?JT<t-?W? ^:«T I [Iraraji vyakaraner 
mula.] pp. 83. Engl, and Beng. [Calcutta, 
1860 ?] 12°. 

ENGLISH SELE-INSTEUCTOE. The English 
Self-instructor. ^X?KW?. -«t5T? ^TTST Pf^ri^r I 
[Irariijer bhiishar atmasikshii.] Containing easj' 
and progressive lessons, with the meaning and pro- 
nunciation in Bengali, adapted to all classes of 
natives of Bengal desirous of learning the English 
language. pp. 61. Beng. and Engl. Calcutta, 
1834. 12°. 

EPHEMEEIDES. «^8?^ ■"TTf^S ^188 I ^^W ^\^!» II 
[Paujika. An almanac for the year 1744 of the 
Saka era or 1822-23 a.d.] pp. 119. ^IwfTl ^'i88 
\_Calcutta, 1S22.] 8=. 

The Yernacular Literature Committee's 

Almanack [for the year 1855-56.] «i» »I«ft^ .dflf* 

•iVaa-ai 2 pt. Calcutta, 1855. 8=. 



t??Tfsf 



•ivali-as [Xutana pafijika. Almanac for the Saka 



year 1778, or a.d. 1856-57. 
chandra Tarkapafichiinana.] 
Beng. •itlV [Calcutta, 1856.] 



Revised by Krishua- 
pp. 152. Sansk. and 



2 pt. [Calcutta ? 1830 ?] 8° 



^vav-ass n i>^<Trfs(«tf5 .... ©^'■m'^'jmrs?- 
tj^Sati ) I [Almanac for the Saka year 17^0, or a.d. 
1858-59.] pp. 306. Sansk. and Beng. •iiv-' 
[Sanders, Cones, and Co. : Calcutta, 1858.] 8°. 

WT^ ^rfe?^ I ■"f^'WS ■i^V-' I etc. [Almanac 

for 1858-59.] pp.72. ^fsKfT^I ^IV' [Vidijaratna 
Press : Calcutta, 1858.] 8°. 

srsiT «tf€?^ I ■*f^T^? ■i'iV-' I etc. [Almanac 

for 1858-59.] pp. 80. ^r^^fJl ^IV [Sudhdsindhu 
Press : Calcutta, 1858.] 8°. 



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EPHEMEEIDES. STSI ^g?^ ■»r^T^§ 'i'iVlilTir 'i^'i^ 
f/c. [.Vlinaiiac for A.i). I8(j-J— GO. Ciiinj)ilid by Sn- 
chimdni Vidyaiiidhi.] pp. -'304. ^^^TS\ [('(ihiifta, 
1^64.] 8°. ' 



[An Almanac for a.d. 1864-65.] pp. 268. S|?T5r<air 
[Sei-ampur, 1864.] 8°. 



[Xavapafijikii. Alniaiiaf IVir tlie lk'iiji;ali year 12S7, 
A.n. 18S0-81.] pp. 2-3. Ff^l 'iVV-' [Xiwrn/, 1880.] 12°. 

EPITOME. An epitome of the true religion. J]i*W 
•sr^t^f I [Saddharma piakiisa. A Christian tract in 
verse.] pp. 41. [Ca/c««(/,] 1832. 12°. 

EEEOB. Error refuted. tH^Rf^T^ I [Bhramanilsaka. 
A Christian tract.] pp. 12. Calcutta Christian 
Tract and Book Society, 1837. 12°. 

ESHWAB CHANDRA VIDYASAGAR. See 

Is\AKACHAM1KA Vl DYASAG AHA. 

EUCLID. The First Book of Euclid, with notes 
and exercises; compiled by liajniohan I)e. (^5- 
^nfafs I etc. [Kshetrajyamiti.] Fifth edition, 
pp. ii. 123. ^^-ra ^»>05» ICalcuttn, 1879.] 12°. 

e'^r^pi!'? ^srffrfs I [JyiTiiiifi. Euclid's 

Elements of geometry. Books I. II. translated into 
Bengali with notes and exercises by Brahmamohana 
aiallika.] pp. iii. 161. ^f^TTl ^^Va [Cakiilta, 
1879.] 12°. 

EUTEOPIUS (Fi.AVirs). The history of Rome . . . 
freeh' translated from Eutropius and interspersed 
with additional matter from various sources. 
( f^'^rf^^^W • • . C?X^ ?1T'S7? ^tf^t?^) [Romariijycr 
puriivriita.] 2 pt. Hiiij/. and Boig. Calcutta, 
1846. 12°. 

Xos. I. and IV. of I he " Encychpadia Bengalensis,^' edited 
ly Krinhtiamvhana Vandyopudhyuya. 

EXPOSITION. The Scientific Exposition of life, 
soul and mind. ^^^ ^TTSri "^ SC? ^^Tf''^ 
■?JT'«nT*f I [Jivana atmii o maner vaijfianika vyii- 
khyiiua.] pp. iv. iv. 22o, v. Jli/iiicnving/i, 1881. 8°. 

FAIZ ALLAH. ^JgfC^Tf?? <Sf^ I [Kunjaviharir 
jjuthi. A tale in Muhaniniadan Bengali verse.] 
pp. 24. ^fsT^T^ ^^V-5> [Calcuita, 1879.] 8°. 

PAKIB AL-DIN. <il5rfiI>r<l<J ^«f I [Imamchurir 
puthi. The popular story of the kidnapping of the 
Imams Hasan and Husain, in Muhammadan Bengali 
verse.] pp. 1-5. ^v^-TS\ txyrl [Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 



FAKIR AL-DIN. PTI^t » t (:»'<l ^«r [Sonilbhiiner 
l)uthi, or the stor\' of the Hindu I'rincess Sniiji- 
bhiin, who was married to Ilanifil, sou of 'Ail. 
Written in Muhammadan Bengali verse.] pp. 24. 
^-f^-rs\ :>\V-i [Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 

PAKIRCHAND BABAJI. The Avat4r [a satire 
on Kesavacbandra Seiui and his teachings on the 
" New Dispensation. "j .... *I<4t<l I pp. 20. 
Bhoicanipur, 1881. 12°. 

PAKIRCHAND DASA. See Bharatachandra. 
Haya. ^fTTJf ^T?TF^ ?TTr . . . [Kavivara Bharata- 
chandra llJiya. The poetical works of Bharatachan- 
dra Raya. Edited by F. D] [1878.] 12°. 

FAKIRCHAND VASUDEVA. -^ZW? F^lfT^ I 
^?m ^T?^ >lki?rf«t ^"fsTT? >£rfTTr? I [Andher 
chakshurdana, or Sight to the blind. A treatise on 
the status of tiie Kiiyastha caste, and its superiority 
to the Sadgopis, as proved by various San.skrit 
authorities.] pp. xii. 84, 75. ^5T^T51 'i^va 
[Cilculta, 1879.] 8'. 

FIELDING (IIexuy). /Srf MAiiESAmAxnRA Dasa. 
The T(ini Jones natuck. [An adaiilation of 
an incident in the "History of Tom Jones."] 
1863. 12". 

FIEDAUSi. Trfst^-fll I '^T'^V [■•</'•] (TF^ (T^fV 

^alr? ^"3 *Tr<rrn sTm? ^"^'^t^ <ititni?,fiTS*f? f^r^'i i 

[The Shahniimah of F., a heroic poem on the 
history of Persia. Translated into Bengali by 
Visvesvara Datta.] pp. xv. xx. 458. ^sTTpSI ^\a8 
[Calcutta, 1847.] 8°. 

FOBBES (Duncan) Professor of Oriental Languages, 
King's College. See Haughton {Sir G. C.) The 
BengiilT Reader ; . . . A new edition [of G. C. 
Haugliton's "Bengali Selections"] thoroughly revised 
and corrected by D. F. 1862. 8°. 

GADHAVALI. Gadhabali, or Morals in verse. 
(9tTirN% i) pp. 64. Calcutta, 1880. 8°. 

GAGANACHANDRA CHATTOPADHYAYA. 

^.•'^tfff'T I [Kusumilnjali. Miscellaneous poems.] 
j^j. 35. -ZT^^VjSi "iKI^ [Bcrhampur, 1869.] 12'. 

GAJAPATI BAYA. ft<tT«^T5T I '^fs^tf^ sfs'?;?- 
^c)<^ sil^ I [Hiralala. A historical tale in the 
form of a drama.] pp. 92. ^Ffir^Ul ^5^b-8 [Calcutta, 
1877.] 8°. 

GALLOWAY (George). /Sec Gladwin (F.) Pleasant 
stories of Gladwin's Persian Moonshee, translated . . . 
by G. G. 1840. 8^ 



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GANESACHANDRA BHATTACHARYA. Soe 
YOGAVASISHTIIARAJIAYANA. C^^Rtf^f^^TTfTT^I I [The 

YogavJisishtliararaavana. Translated into prose by 
G. Bh.]' [1881.] *8°! 

GANGADHARA BHATTACHARYA. See PuSH- 
PADANTA. §|Slf*r^i II srf^s "^^ II etc. [Mabimiiali 
stava, with a Bengali paraphrase by G. Bh.] 
[1823.] 8'. 

GANGADHARA KAVIRAJA. .£r?mr«8?^ I [Pra- 
ruadabhanjanl. A pamphlet in support of the theory 
that Hindus of the Vaidj-a caste are Brahmins.] 
pp. 22. Beng. and Sansk. <1?,<1JJ<5C? 'i^va \_Berhampur, 
1879.] 8°. 

GANGADHARA KAVIRATNA. See Maxu. 
JJ«j8» WlilsfdM? CM^'ft ^»T^ [With a Bengali version 
of G. K.'s Sanskrit commentary, called Pramada- 
bhanjanl.] [1881.] 8=. 

GANGADHARA NYAYARATNA. .S'(V' Kkishxa- 

misra. ^Sl?f?S I . . . 'SriTTsr ^*'4-gC<t^"^ 1 etc. 
[AtmatattvakaumudI, being a paraphrase by G. N. 
and others of Krishnamisra's Prabodhachandrodaya.] 

[1822.] 8^ 

'£tTTf5fFC'Ttlf?r TfW I [Another edition.] 



[1862.] 12 . 

GANGADHARA VANDYOPADHYAYA. The 
child's grammar in Bengali, dc. Third edition, 
revised, pp. iv. 48. Eixjl. and Bcng. Calcutta, 
1879. 16°. 



Elementary lessons on English composition, 



prepared on Dr. Arnold's plan, for the junior classes 
in schools. Fifth edition, jjp. iii. 95. Calcutta, 
1879. 16°. 

A higher English grammar in Bengali for 



the middle classes in schools, etc. i:)p. 16-5. Calcutta, 
1879. 12^ 

Translation and re-translation, designed for 



students preparing for the Entrance Examination 
[of the Calcutta University], etc. Third edition, 
pp. ii. 223. Calcutta, 1878" 12°. 

GANGAPRASADA MUKHOPADHYAYA. 

fpf^s^^rr^ « fFf^x:5rf-2f^1 I [ChikitsStattva.] 
(The princijjles and practice of medicine in Bengali 
.... Third edition, greatly enlarged, revised, and 
some portions re-written. Illustrated by fift)--five 
engravings on wood.) pp. 62, 1060. BJtowanipore, 
1877. 8°. 



GANGES CANAL. See RoBixsox (J.). 5f^t? 
«ll(:c1<l 71°^^^ r<<l<l«l I [Gangar khiiler samkshepa 
vivarana. A descrijjtion of the Ganges Canal, 
translated by J. Robinson.] [1854 ?] 4°. 

GAURAKISORA DASA. "STSst^ frrfsf^ [Ajna- 
nabodhika, an elementaiy work in Sanskrit on 
cosmogony and general philosophy. Compiled with 
a Bengali translation by G. D.] pp. 8. [^Benares, 

1881.] 8°. 

n> eR^fii 5tXI [Chittaviliisagrantha. Amusing 



anecdotes.] pp. 36. Sl^ ^^V5. \_Sylhet, 1878.] 12° 
GAURAMOHANA DASA. ^Vif^^^^'^^ II 'SFiT'SS 

.sTTfriT «iTf^"gi 5tTr*tir''f«i ?fFs ®^?ri?F^ >£r^f5 

Sl^OTa? 'iJW^ ^t=t1 Uyil* *^ I [Padakalpalatika. 
Poems on the sports of Krishna with the milkmaids 
at Vrindavana. Compiled from various sources 
by G. D.] pp. ii. 136. ^^T^ -ilVi {Calcutta, 
1849.] 8°. 

[Another copy.] 



GAURAMOHANA VIDYALANKARA. A choice 
collection of Sunscrit Couplets, with a translation 
in Bengalee. ^frsT^"?^^ i pp. i. 44. Calcutta, 
1826. 12°. 

feF^rt? Wt^^ifrw f*r^^ w^r^ i . . . [Strisiksha- 

vidhiiyaka.] The importance of female education or 
evidence in favour of the education of Hindu females 
from the examples of illustrious women both ancient 
and modern [by G. V., assisted by Riidhakanta 
Deva.] 2nd edition, pp. 24. Calcutta, 1822. 8°. 



An apology for Hindoo female education containing 
evidence in favour of the education of Hindoo females 
from the examples of illustrious women, etc. Thiid 
edition, enlarged [by one chalet er]. jip. 45. Calcutta, 
1824. 8°. 

GAURASUNDARA CHAUDURI. ^?t^T? '^^tiT 
JTt^l I [Sltiir vanavasa yatra. A drama on the 

exile of Sita.] pp. 74. ^-fsl-ttil ^^IV?) {Calcutta, 
1880.] 12=. 

GAURIKANTA RAYA. Pathshala Course. ^- 
^s^ft I etc. [SubhankarT. A Bengali arithmetic 
founded on the versified method of Subhankara.] 
2ud edition, pp. iii. 194. Bhowauipore, 1878. 12°. 



25 



3rd edition, pp. ii. 178. Calcutta, 1880. 12°. 

4 



GAU— Gnu 



GAUEINATHA SENA. Eiiles for preservation of 
health . . . by Goiin'nath St'iii . . . 'HT?tf?'P -^I'^J 
f^SfTT I [Sarlrika svasthya vidliiina.] pp. ii. ii. lOli. 
< ^r ^ <M i1 ^\5.s> [Calcutta, 1862.] 12°. 

GAXTRISANKARA TARKAVAGISA BHATTA- 
CHARYA. See ^IviiAl!llAKAr.\. — lihiKjnrmhjitd. 

"«?rair?f^5i II 'gC'TTf^^ . . . ^7» . . . Trra^»rntir ^j:^ 

'^r^Ttlf [Witli a Beiifj^ali trauslatiou of the text by 
G. T. Bh.] [1835.] 8°. 

■^^f^F'fftn dc. [With G. T. Bh.'s translation.] 

[1857.] 8=.' 



GHARIB ALLAH. 



See Periodical Publications. — Calcutta. 

^rglTf »I-!i<i [The Sainviida bha.skara, edited by 
G. T. Bh.] 1858-Gl. fol. 

See PiKA.NAS. — Milrkandeyapurana. — Bennu'i- 



hatmi/a. V^ I etc. [The Chandlpatha of the 
Markandevapuriina, with a Bengali translation by 
G. T. Bh.] [1858.] 4^ 

5?^ '^r^T? « ^«T"^ ■yr^^l [JnilnapradTpa. A 
selection of moral tales and anecdotes for the 
young.] Pt. I. pp. ii. 80. ■^^81 [Calcutta ? 
1840.] 8'. 

GAURiSVARA BHATTACHARYA. ^tf3?^ 
[Nitii'atiia. Didactic verses extracted from classical 
Sanskrit works, and edited with a translation into 
Bengali.] pp. ii. 96. ^f^^^Sl ^^b^ [Calcutta, 
1854.] 8'. 

GAY (John), the Poet. Fables by ... . Gay, with 
its translation into Bengali poetry by Raja Kali- 
Krishna Bahadur, (f?"? TTj^fj-s 3rerl«- C^ >\\C^< 
Uihlt>U^\>\l I) [llitasaingraha.] pp. ii. l!>o, ii. 
Calcutta, 1836. 8°. 

GAYAEAMA VATAVYALA. See PuRANAS.— 
Brahmavaicartapurana. ^■^&T^"5<yjf<l I [The Brah- 
mavaivartapurilna, in verse. Translated from the 
Sanskrit by G. V.] [1.S81.] 8\ 

GHANASYAMA DASA. S|C^?^ ?f3Sr^ft 

[Govindaratimafijari, a Vaishnava poem on the 
life of Krishna in archaic Bengali, interspersed 
with Sanskrit.] pp. 23. ^f^r^TSl ^W^ [Calcutta, 
1882.] obi. 8°. 

GHARIB ALLAH, -srffjr? ^ i tJ5i | <l <5Cf«t I [Amir 
Hiimzar puthi. An account of the life and battles 
of Amir Hamzah, uncle of the Prophet, in Muham- 
madan Bengali verse.] pp. 264. ^f^I^Tal 'i^V5' 
[Kavitakaumudi Press : Calcutta, 1880.] 4°. 



— pp.258, ^f^^trl -i^-vb 
[JMiwllasa Prcs.s: Calcutta, 1880.] 4". 

pp. 324. ?ff%TfTl -iWb [Sidd'ikiyah Press : 



Calcutta, 1880.] 

pp. 333. "iWrl [Kamaluhanta Press : Calcutta, 

1881.] 4°. 

(k-^itiil*! I ('/('. [Dililrilm. A tale in Jluham- 

madan Bengali verse.] pp. 36. ??f5T^t51 "i^V^ 
[Calcutta, 1883.] 8°. 

p <l Hi 5" irfirf? ^fsf I [Ibllsnamah. A traditional 

account, in Muiiainnuidan Bengali verse, of adiahigut/ 
between Muhammad and Satan.] pp. 40. ^f5i^T"51 
^^Vl [Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

• C^- f^ft? (^W\ [Nek bibir kechchhii. A 

tale in Muhamnuidan Bengali verse, on the moral 
duties of women.] pp. 28. ^fwfTl ■i\V-5> [Calcutta, 
1880.] 8°. 

s^^F^ f^tr^^n? ^^ I [The story of Yusuf 

and Zulaiklia, in Muhannnadan Bengali verse.l ]>]). 
49. ^^T| ^^V5> [VidijCu-atita Press: Calcutta, 
1880.] 8^ 

pp.68. ^fci^tSl 'i^lr-b [Kamaldkanta Press : 

Calcutta, 1880.] 8^ 

pp. 76. ^5TTf7l ^^V5> [Siddilcii/ah Press: 

Calcutta, 1880.] 8^ 

GHULAM FARID. WtC^ ^TRI « Wt^TJTI ■StT'^f- 
Hpn I [Sa'atnaniali. An astrological treatise in 
Muhammadan Bengali verse.] j)]). 67. ^f^^"5l 
:>^V^ [Calcutta, 1880.] 8^. 

pp. 68. ^fwTsl :»^vv [Calcutta, 1881.] 8'. 



(tok^wif^ ^5Tr^5rf;r| [Sulaimiln i tiili'namah, 

or Soloniou's Book of Pate. An astrological work 
in Muhammadan Bengali verse.] pp. 56. <pf':i<ff"5l 
"iKh-t [Calcutta, 1,S,S().] 8°. 

GHULAM MAULA. ?tftf^ ^rr?-?To'f I [JFadls 
arba'in. Forty traditions of Muhammad in Muham- 
madan Bengali verso taken from the Arabic] jip. 38. 
Ff^l [Dacca, 1880.] 8^. 

"f^ <f>(:ij<l (<t-t^1 [Shilh Rumer kechchha. A 



tale of a Sultan of Constantinople, in Muhammadan 
Bengali verse.] pp. 26. TTW [Bacca, 1880.] 8". 

•^lUSi wUt^ feWd»ld5<l' « ^rrfsr? ^«f I [Siiraj 



Jamal Dudmcher. A fairy tale in Muhammadan 
Bengali verse.] pp. 172. TTf^l 'i^VV- [Dacca, 
1881.] 8°. 

Wcmting title page. 



2G 



GHC— GOB 



GHULAM MAITLA. TSitT^ "S^f^ [Tajhiz talcfln. 
A treatise in Muhammaflaii IJeiigali verso on funeral 
observances.] pji. •52. Ff^ ^^v-l [^Dacca, 1880.] 8^ 

Ff? fgf^^WcT^ II [Zeb Al-Muluk. A love 

story in Muhainmadan Bengali.] pp. 207. TF^^ 
[Dacca, 1881.] 8^ 

GHULAM NABi IBN ' INAYAT ALLAH. 

c«iT5ii^is^ "srrfgin «<iSTWi ^Trr^ ■wTfT?i i 

[Khuliisat al-Anbiyil. A history of the saints from 
Adam to Muhammad ; being a translation into Mu- 
hammadan Bengali verse, by Taj Al-Din Muham- 
mad and Muhammad Khatir, of Gh. N.'s Urdu 
version of the Persian Kisas al-Anbiya of Ishak 
Al-Xlshiipurl.] pp. 426. ^sT^tSI 'i^V'i \_Cakatta, 
1881.] 4=. 

GIBBON (Edward), the Historian. See Hemanga- 

CHANDRA VaSU. ■g"5TtT5rrilflfC''f^ ^SJ^ItfT?? TT^C^'T 

r<<<i1 I [Musalmiindiger vivarana. An account 
of the rise of the Muhammadan jjower, compiled 
from G.'s History.] 1864. 12°. 

GILCHRIST (John Borthwick). The Oriental 
Fabulist, or polyglot translations of Esop's and 
other ancient fables from the English language, 
into Hindoostanee, Persian, Arabic, Brij Bhakha, 
Bongla, and Sunkrit, in the Roman character, by 
various hands, under the direction and superinten- 
dence of J. G. pp. 37, 316. Calcutta, 1803. 8^ 

GIRISACHANDRA GHOSHA. ^faSRJ-^Sf I . . . 
lf'*1j<f |<J I [Abhimanyubadha. A dramatized ver- 
sion of the story of the slaughter of Abhimanyu.] 
pp. 109. ^fwr^l ^^VV {Calcutta, 1881.] 8°. 

^Htt J?:?'! 1 [Ananda raho, or Rest in peace. 



GIRISACHANDRA SENA. T^rirft-FlT5 1 

[Brahmamayl charita. A brief biographical sketch 
of the life of Brahmamayl, the wife of the author, 
a Brahmist convert from Hinduism.] pp. iii. 57. 
^f^Tl ^^fi [Calcutta, 1869.] 16°. 



A historical drama of the time of Akbar.1 pp. 77. 
^fcm^l -iWr-^ [Calcutta, 1881.] 8". 

GIRISACHANDRA MAJUMDAR. -til » l <l -tf»fW 
TW-sr^ [Svabhilvadarsana. Poems on the beauties 
of nature.] pp. iii. 75, ii. FW 'i'iV-8 [Dacca, 
1862.] 12^ 

GIRISACHANDRA MUKHOPADHYAYA. See 
HoMKR. ['JXta^]. tglinri <'tc. [Triiyayana. A 
verse translation of Homer's Iliad, by G. M.] 

[1880.] 8°. 

GIRISACHANDRA SENA. See Kt-r'an. C^FiTfl 
■"rfj^ I [Kuriln sharlf. The Kui''iln translated by 
G. S.] [1882, etc.] 8°. 



vr<ic<*lfirc?r? n^pijl I [Darweshdiger kriya. 
of several Muhammadan dervishes.] 

16^ 



Anecdotes 

pp. 64. #5mT| ^V" [Calcutta, 1878.] 



Tapas Mala or Lives of Mahomedan saints. 

Compiled from Tejkaratuloulia, [i.e. Tazkirat al- 
Auliyii] a Persian work. . . . Translated into Bengali 
[by G. S.]. ^n^T srr^ I Pts. 1, 2. Calcutta, 
ISmetc. 8°. 






[Tattvakusuma. Thoughts on 
religion, suggested by a Persian work entitled 
Gulshan i asrar.] pp. 32. ^fwTsl 'iV-'S [Calcutta, 
1882.] 16°. 

GIRISACHANDRA VANDYOPADHYAYA. 9^- 

(2}~51 JTfF^ I [luduprabha nataka. A drama in six 
acts.] pp. iv. 138. ^fwra :>^''ia [Calcutta, 1868.] 8°. 

GIRISACHANDRA VIDYARATNA. Sec Dandix. 

tpf^^srt?' t>r<iJi I [Dasakuraiiracbarita. Translated from 
the Sanskrit by G. V.] [1856.] 8^ 

?Hf5rr? [.hiother edition.] [1879.] 8^ 



Dictionary of Sanscrit and Bengaly language. 

■»I4t»1<I I ^STf^irfsf I etc. pp. ii. 228. Calcutta, 
1861. 8°. 

— — [Another copy.] 

Sabdasara. A Sanskrit Bengali Dictionary 

exhibiting the etymology and explanation of words 
to which is added a vocabularj^ of the roots of 
Sanskrit words . . . (*l'*t*i|'?) Third edition. Revised 
and enlarged, pp. x. 556. Calcutta, 1880. 12^ 

GITIKAVALi. ^TtfWf^ I [Gitikiivall. Songs 
set to music, according to the Hindu system of 
notation.] pp.96, ^^f^r^^vo [(?«/(•«««, 1881.] 8". 

GLADWIN (Francis). Pleasant stories of G.'s 
Persian Moonshee, translated from the original 
Persian [Hikiiyat i latlf] . . . into the Bengali 
language by G. Galloway. (»(C«i|^<i ^Pa?.!*) srfill) 
[Manohara itihiisa miila.] ff. 45. Bene/, and £n(jl. 
Calcutta, 1840. 8°. 



GOBIND CHUNDRA BOSU. 
CHANDRA VaSU. 



See GoviNDA- 



27 



GOB— GOP 



GOBIND GOPAL BYSACK. 

GOPALA VaISAKHA, 



Sec Govixda- 



GOGERLY (George). The Holy Incarnation. 
V^ -»J<)4I<J I [Dhanna avatilra. A Christian tract.] 
Urd edition, pp. ;JG. Cukutta Christian Tract and 
Book Society, 1835. 12°. 

GOKULACHANDRA GOSVAMI. ■<IJ<^tHt<l 
•Jl'lfs" [Yyavasthiisara samgraha, a compendium of 
Sanskrit authorities on various religious observances, 
compiled witli a Bengali commentary by G. G.] 
pp. -200. ^IwTSI -iX-b-yr [Calcutta, 1881.] 8°. 

GOLDSMITH (Oliver), the Foet. See Academies, 
itc. — Calcutta. — Unircrsitij. Selections from subjects 

of examination in the Bengali language 

(Contents. The Traveller [of G.] by Baboo Iloree- 
mohun Goopto, etc.) 1862. S''. 

The abridgment of Dr. G.'s " History of 

Greece ; " translated .... by Khettro Mohun 
Mookerjea. >^t^ CWi*f<[ sFa?,!*! I [Grik deser 
itihiisa.] pp. viii. 39G. Calcutta, 1833. 8°, 

X\\ abridgment of the Historv of England, 



from the invasion of Julius Cajsar to the death of 
George the Second, by Dr. G. ; and continued, by 
an eminent writer, to the peace of Amiens, in the 
year 1802. Translated into Bengalee by F. Carey. 
(H^few Of*PlTr f?T31'5r«P?). [Brit in deslj-a A-ivarana 
safichaya.] pp. xix. 412. Serampore, 1820. 8°. 

"f^JT^ I [Sannyiisi. The Hermit, a poem by 



G., translated into Bengali verse.] pp. 16. <t[cl<t-f\4l 
^b-av [Calcutta, 1858.] 16°. 

GOLOKACHANDEA CHATURDHURI. ^^«1^ 
Si A Ts S 5r|Tr^ SX^% etc. [Kulaplyfisha pravaha, a 
treatise on the origin of castes, founded on ancient 
Sanskrit authorities.] pp. 48. ^f^^t^l ^Vao 
[Calcutta, 1853.] 8^ 

GOLOKANATHA SARMA. See ViSHNUSARMAN. 
Heetopadeshu .... Translated from the original 
Sangski-it by Goluk Xath, Bundit. 1802. 8". 

GOLUK NATH PUNDIT. See GoLOKAXATHA 
Sarma. 

GOOD FRIDAY. f% STSTf^ ^"^^Ts CS I [Ki majar 
Gudphrilide, or What a day of ])!easuj'e is Good 
Fridav ! A farce.] pp. 24. <-M<:-f41 ^HV-8 [Calcutta, 
1862.] 12=. 



GOPALA BHATTA. iU v[ v\i -A\ >\ t [The Hari- 
bhaktivilasa, a work on the Vaishnava religion, 
Sanskrit text and commentary, with a translation 
of the former by Rjimaniirilyana Vidyiiratna.] 
•qr?r»lWt4tlT ^^V>. [Murshidahad, 1882, etc.] 8^ 
I/i progress, 

GOPALACHANDA BHANDA. .S'w Syamacharana 
I)i;\ A. CW\'^ r<i<^l*i I cti'- [Kautukaviliisa. .iVmusing 
anecdotes of G. Bh.] [1870.] 12°. 

GOPALACHANDRA ADHVARYU. gl^^af feb^C^^ l- 
■q[^ [KrishniirchanakaumudI, a collection of Sanskrit 
verses on the wor.ship of Krishna, compiled from 
Puranic sources, and translated into Bengali by 
G. A.] pp. 94. ^fsmn :»^V5. [Calcutta, 1879.] 12". 

GOPALACHANDRA CHAKRAVARTI. ^T<R- 
("•dSiV-^T^J I [Bhargavavijaya kiivj'a. A poem in 
It) cantos on the wars against the Kshatriyas by 
Bhilrgava, or Parasuriima.] pp. viii. 306, vi. 
5Ffwr»1 ■i'tva [Calcutta, 1877.] 8°. 

GOPALACHANDRA CHUDAMANI. See K\JA- 
D.lsA. <r?r??*r l [Kaghuvamsa. Cantos i. and ii. 
translated\v G. Ch.] [185(3.] 12°. 

GOPALACHANDRA DATTA. Easy lessons on 

money matters. Tiaiislated [or rather ada])fod from 
the English] by Gopaul Chunder Dutt. S(5r-f?4rfiT i 
^^^. V^ f^WttW tt^tT *fr^ I [Dhanavidhiina.] pp. 
vi. 108. Calcutta, 1862. 12". 

Sulochona or the examplary [sic] wife. (A 

story of Bengali domestic life) by Gopal Chunder 
Dutt. (V.C^fb*'! ■ST'rai ^fiH «T^'JI I) pp. 245, ii. 
Calcutta, 1882. 12°. 

GOPALACHANDRA MITRA, Dramatist. -^ ai f vitj 
•»<r5-f^«TT^ Jrr^ I [Bharataviliipa yatra. A drama 
on the grief of Bharata on hearing of the exile of 
his brother Eiima.] pp. 46. ^Iwnsi ^\b-a [Calcutta, 
1879.] 8°. 

2nd edition, pp. 46. *(c|*f4l 'i^V-Si [Calcutta, 

1879.] 8°. 

<Wt? C^^ ^-lyi^Ib*! I ■Sf^yf^ 1 [Padir beta 

Padmalochana. A farce descriptive of low Bengali 
life.] pp. 20. ^fwra ^^b-5. [Calcutta, 1879.] 12^ 

V:<i «tf?«ITr 1 ^1 JtZ^ ftrr?; I [Sukhaparinaya, 

or The hapj)y marriage. A short drama in five 
acts, on the marriage of Rilma with Sitii.] pp. 32. 
^f%^TT| ^^b-i [Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 



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GOP 



GOPALACHANDRA MITRA, Katice Christian. 
^si AllTdiiiJ^ WS\ rSadhu Andriver sabha. A 
report of the completiou of St. Andrew's Cburcli at 
Birul, Mograhat Mission, in the diocese of Calcutta, 
and a sermon on 1 Thess. i. 9—10, in celebration of 
the event, signed G. Ch. M.] pp. 8. \_Cakidta ? 
1850.] 8°. 

WT<-r*t'«M I ^« %«ror*f I [Lokasiksha. Eight 



Christian sermons, with a preface signed G. Ch. M., 
i.e. G. M.] pp. 68. "iVa?, [Calcutta? 18-56.] 8°. 

GOPALACHANDRA MUKHOPADHYAYA. ^- 
fsr^t-^S? I [Kaminlkufija. A dramatic composition 
in verse on the sports of Krishna and Riidha.] pp. 20. 
^fmtS] ^5!.V(i [Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

r«<t diJ [r<l?1-?I Si -y^ il . ■ . Victoria Rajsuya, or 



the history of the Imperial assemblage at Delhi, 
held on the 1st January, 1877, to celebrate the 
assumption of the title of Emjjress of India by Her 
Majesty the Queen, by Gopal Chundra Mookbopa- 
dhvaya. pp. iv. 260, xii. ^f^tJl ^^V5» [Calcutta, 
1880."] S\ 



[Yauvane j'oginl. A. historical drama of the time of 
Prithvlraja of Delhi.] Second edition, pp. 94, x. 
^fwrrl ^5tJj' [Cakufta, 1883.] 8'. 

GOPALACHANDRA NATHA. See Mahesa- 
CHANDRA Dasa. The Tom Jones natuck. [An 
adaptation of an incident in Fielding's " History of 
Tom Jones," by G. N.] 1863. 12=. 

GOPALACHANDRA RAKSHITA. Mohun Mono- 
hurra. [A romance in prose and verse.] Edited [i.e. 
■written] by Gopaulchimder Rokhit. C^l^*' »ld»)t^<l I 
Calcutta, 1859. 12". 

GOPALACHANDRA RAYA. See Napoleon I. 
Emperof of flu- Fn/nch. Napoleon Buonaparte's 
Book of Fate . . . [Translated by G. R.] [1881.] 12°. 

GOPALACHANDRA SENA GUPTA. ^Tf^ Sft 
^5T? ^C^T? *l!*n I [Jata nai tar kuler asa, or Expecting 
honour without caste. A treatise on the Yaidya 
caste, proving their claims to an equalitj' with 
Brahmins.] pp. 42. ^rfsK-fil "i^v-b [Calcutta, 
1880.] 12°. 

f<»il«l*icitirg?'r St^ I [Vimilta manoranjana 

nJItaka. A drama in 2 acts on the affection due to 
stepmothers.] pp. 22. ^f^TTTSI 'i^lct [Calcutta, 
1868.] 12°. 



GOPALACHANDRA VANDYOPADHYAYA. See 
MoRisoN (J.) D.D., LL.D. f*\^^m^ l The up- 
bringing of a child . . . translated by Gopal Chandra 
Banerjea. [1881.] 12°. 

A Discourse in Bengali on the impropriety 



and injuriousness of the use of intoxicating drugs 

and drinks, by Gopal Chunder Banerjee. Wlk<ti>l<Ji»i<l 
^sr^Sfsl « ■5ffi'^<t-ir<lsl r<iyiJ<- Sr^M [Mildaka 
sevaner avaidhata.] pp. 48. ^fsT^tSl 'i^l^ [Calcutta, 
1865] 12=. 

An Elementary treatise on education, its 



sj-stems and principles .... by Gopal Chunder 
Banerjee .... f*r^ ^1T^ [Sikshapranall.] jjp. 
XX. 412, iii. Ff^t^TTsI "iKI" [C/iaiir/rijwta, Calcutta, 
1864.] 12°. 



ganita. Arithmetic, with mensurationandsurveying.] 
8th edition, pp. xiv. 576, v. ^f^TTTSI 'i^VI [Calcutta, 
1880.] 12°. 

GOPALACHANDRA VASU. sZ'Jrr^^^C^ I Tf?!^- 
fjrC^ f^WlZ^f etc. [Bhugolasntra. An elemen- 
tai-y geography.] 11th edition, pp. 53. ^fsTTTSl 
V^r [Calcutta, 1863.] 12°. 

GOPALADHANA CHUDAMANI. S<c Maha- 

BHARATA. [EXTIRE AVoRK.] S] JJ?] »I<li? I etC. 

[Sanskrit text, with a Bengali prose translation by 
G. Ch. and others.] [1862—73.] fol. 

GOPALALALA MITRA. See Biiuvaxamohaxa 
MiTRA. C^^j^ ^s?f^^ I [Kautuka tarariginl. 
Translated by Bhuvanamohana Mitra and G. M.] 
[1834.] 12=. 

Kowtook Torunguinee .... Compiled and 

translated .... by Bhooben Mohun Mitter and 
G. M. 1852. 12^ 

See Marshmax (J. C.) History of India, 

translated .... by Gopall Lall Mittra. * 1840. 8°. 

Gyan Chundrica [i.e. Jniinachandrika] or a 

Selection of morals. From the best English and 
Bengalee works. Translated and compiled into 
Bengalee by GopaUol Mitter. CSaHbrdi*!) Third 
edition, pp. ii. iv. 198. Calcutta, 1852. 8°. 

GOPAL CHUNDER BANERJEE. See GopIla- 

CHANDRA VaKDTOPADHYATA. 

GOPALL LALL MITTRA. See Gopalalala 

MlTRA. 



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GOP-GOV 



GOPAUL CHUNDEE 

CUAXUUA DvlTA. 

GOPAULCHUNDER 

CUANDHA E.AKS1HTA. 



DUTT. Sre Goi'Ai.A- 



ROKHIT. 



See GoPALA- 



GOPEEMOHUN 
Gnus II A. 



GHOSE. See GopTmohana 



GOPIMOHANA GHOSHA. Bijoybullubha [i.e. 
Vijayavalhibha. A Ik'iig-ali novel] by Gopcoinoliun 
Ghose. r?6tiJ4e(» I pp. ii. 247. Calcutta, 18G3. 8°. 

Jyotirbibarana, or outlines of popular astro- 
nomy .... by Gopooiiiohim Ghosc. [(.^\Vt)\i<^H) 
pp. ii. ii. 97. ' Cakutta, ISGO. 8". 

GOPINATHA CHAKRAVARTI. C^^ TT^^ 
5IT^ II ®5r S5 ^-^(fyriT ?t5rR ^<'rT«fJ'R II [Kautu- 
kasarvasva niitaka. A Sanskrit play, with inter- 
vening portions appcarinp^ in a Bengali version in 
prose and A-crse bj' Eaniacluuulra Tarkalaiikiira.] 
pp.78, •i^oa [Calcutta? l^2S.'] 8". 

GOPINATHA KANTHABHARANA. -yrffl^- 
SS;\ II ?^:g5l SjT'fl V .£r«fT "»T^ itc. [Krishnilrjunlya. 
A poem by G. K. Sanskrit text, with a translation 
by Krishnananda Bliattacliilrya.] pp. i. 183, ii. 
■g^^<a^ W^V- [Brrliampur, 1871.] 8^ 
In progress. 

GOSAINDASA GUPTA. Nccti Prabondha, or 
moral essays in Bengali, by Goshain Doss Goopto, 
etc. . . . (^*fTW I) pp. li2. Calcutta, 1860. 12°. 



GOSHAIN DOSS GOOPTO. 
Gupta. 



See GosAiNDASA 



GOURINATH SEIN. See GaurTnatha Sena. 

GOVERNMENT. The Government of the tongue. 
f^r^T? (RTT ^^? I [Jihvar damaner upilya.] 
l)p. 20. Calcutta, 1845. 12°. 

This forms No. 50 Miscell. Series issued bi/ the Calcutta 
Christian Tract and Book Society. 

GOVINDACHANDRA GIRI. >S^T^ I ^sfl?, 

r^ •ii,*rTr^Ts5 fl^t-iMifii* Wsf « . . . . ^fs^ srg 

SfJ'R s\-^°. ^1? ^mrft « •iJlUlfif etc. [Gurutattva. 
The Gurus, their system of teacliing, mantras and 
devotional exercises, as compared with the moral 
teaching of the Bible, from a Christian point of 
view.] pp. 68. <t-N<-141 %\<i.yr [Calcutta, 1858.] 8°. 

GOVINDACHANDRA MUKHOPADHYaYA. 

^«lTr-^;j57r I ^n^J-Mtf^^ I [Pranayakusuma, or The 
flower of love. A drama in four acts.] pp. 34. 
^iwf:5l ^iva [Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 



GOVINDACHANDRA VASU. ^rJIil?t?-r5ff?-f*f«r- 
7?T^ff? ■«T«l I [Jayanagara giri sikliaro])ari bliraniana 
or Ivanibh's over the Jayanagara hills. A poem.] 
pp. 81. ^fwTSI ^^Va [Calcutta, 18G3.] 10''. 

f^C<tr«< .... Puddo-prokshep ; or an address [in 
verse, on national faults] to the natives of Bengal, 
by Gobind Chundra Bosu. pp. 32. 'ilb-l Calcutta, 
[1865.] 16°. 

GOVINDADASA, Knrirdja. C »tl SJ <1 a 1 <1 '^ I '^1?- 
C^'iTt? ^^f^W fFf^^TTT-Sr^ I • • • Vaishajya RatniT- 
vali. A well-known Sanskrit treatise on practical 
therapeutics [by G.], enlarged [by extracts from 
other authorities] improved and published with a 
Bengali translation by Kabiraj Binod Lai Sen. 
^?r5l \\y>-^ [Calcutta, 1870.] 4". 
Two parts in one. 

c »U ^i al<l^ I [Bhaishajyaratniivall. A 



Sanskrit treatise on medicine, by G., with a Bengali 
translation, by Fpcndrachandra Mitra.] Pt. i. jjp. 
xvii. 370. < -'r^ <t- f A l :>^V5. [Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 

GOVINDADASA, flic Poet. C^lir4't<lrl>i ^^ oflrt^ I 
[Govindadilsakrita padilvali. The poetical works of 
G. A revised edition, with foot-notes, by Akshaya- 
chandra Sarkiir.] jjp. ii. 272. JJ^ "tWr^ [Cliinsurali, 
1880.] 8°. 

GOVINDADASA THAKURA. ^C^Tff^ WtWi 
'SiWf'S 'T'f I [Ekiinnapada. Verses on the amours 
of Iviidha and Krishna.] Seventh edition, pp. 13. 
^fmUn -iX-h-l [Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

GOVINDAGOPALA VAISAKHA. An English 
and Bengalee vocabulary of the English reader, 
No. iv. New edition. By Gobind Gopal Bysack, 
etc. pp. 157. Seraiiipore, 1858. 8°. 

GOVINDAKANTA VIDYABHUSHANA. f^^ 
^^eT^ I 5rrsrrf?S( -"rr^ '^fvs ^-^y etc. [Bhuvana 
vrittilnta. Physical geography, compiled from 
various Hindu sources, with a chapter on astronomy.] 
pp. 200. s|,r* t ^'T T < T k ' ^\V-a [Murshidalad, 1878.] 8°. 

GOVINDA KAVIRAJA. -Scr Aruxo»aya GuosiiA. 
§|l)l*f?^5>!Ts^>9'^o I etc. [Padakalpataru. A collec- 
tion of poems from the works of G. K. and others.] 
[1866.] obi. 8°. 

GOVINDAMOHANA RAYA VIDYAVINODA. 

^['T^rrrst l ^*n«- ^J^-^ff«ra l . . . Lilabutee, a treatise 
in arithmetic . . . by Ray Gobinda ilohun^ Biddya- 
binod. pp. viii. ii. ii. ii. 99, vs.. Calcutta, 1880. 12°. 



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GOVINDAPRASADA RAYA. <JJl<t-<l«fyrr? I -^V]^. 
i^rFfrTS ■yrfif TT^^T'oT^T? ■3';W?«I I [Vyakuranasara. 
A grammar of the Bengali language.] 18tli edition, 
pp. 198. FW :>^Va [Dacca, 1878.] 12°. 

20tli edition, pp. 198. FW 'i^Vi [Dacca, 



1879.] 12^. 

GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. C^f^-f^^rt^ 
^ ^srrrraZ'^j? tF5?1~rr I [Gret Briten .... itihiisa. 
The history of Great Britain and Ireland. From the 
earliest times down to William the Conqueror.] 
pp. 154. ^^T51 ^Vaa [Calcutta, 1855.] 8°. 

GREAT BRITAIN.— P/7Vy Council. ?rft C^^- 
?5r? "iSrldilil 5fT? sT^f I [PribhT Kaimsaler najlrer 
siirabhiiga. A digest of the Rulings of the Privy 
Council, in cases relating to Bengal, from the year 
1840 to the present time. Compiled by Satyaklnkara 
Sena.] pp. ii. v. 270, xvi. ii. <!^;jH ^!?.W [Burdivaii, 
1881.] 8^ 

GRIHAJAMATA. MJ -grWil ?p~yu I [Grihaja- 
miitii rahasya, or Choosing a son in law. A humorous 
poem.] pp.16. [Calcutta, ISbd,?] 16'. 

GUNGA PERSAUD MOOKERJEE. See Gaxga- 

PRASADA MUKH01'.\DHYAYA. 

GURUDASA HAJRA. See Lamb (C), the Essayist. 
0Tf5T« •s\-^° '^AZ^ 5n:^T?? ^Tf^tJfsf [The story 
of Romeo and Juliet.] Translated [by G. H.] 
[1848.] 12^ 

GURUNARAYANA KARA. -g^T?^ ^T^J 1 [Vraja- 
vadhn kavj-a. Verses on the sports of Krishna and 
the milkmaids of Vraja.] pp. 48. ®lf^ Wti-I 
[Si/lhet, 1880.] 8". 

GTJRXJPRASANNA VANDYOPADHYAYA. <^- 
f^^t?^ sif^^ I [runarvivaha nataka. A drama in 
seven acts, on Hindu widow marriages.] jjp. 72. 
^rt4l ^^5.^ [Calcutta, 1862.] 8°. 

H., S. J. See Hill (S. J.) 

H. L. M. Mysteries of Calcutta. ^fsT^TSI ^X^ ^ I 
[Kalikiita hat hadda. In prose and verse, and 
written for the reform of social evils of Hindu 
society.] pp.61. ^fsT^tSl^^ia [(7afc««ff, 1868.] 12°. 

H^BERLIN ( ) Jlrs. See Barth (C. G.) 

K'^^-aa-^ ^■^'T?' I Bible stories, translated ... by 
Sirs. II. 18'46. 12°. 

HAHNEMANN (Samuel Christian Friedrich). 
Li/i'. See SIaiiendranatiia R.Xya. Life of S. H., etc. 
[1881.] 8^ 



HAIDAR BAKHSH. fSTTI oftg l X I [Tota itihasa, 
or Tales of a parrot, being a translation by Chandi- 
charana of H. B.'s Hindustani version of the Totil- 
kahanl of Muhammad Kadirl.] pp. 214. Sl?pr^C? 
-ih-"^ [Serampur, 1806.] 8". 

[Another copy.] 



[Another edition.] jjp. 140. spitsr ^v^a 

[London, 1825.] 8". 

HALADHARA NYAYARATNA. 'iii, \ {v W^ I Si^'K 

[Vangabhidhana. A list of 6264 Sanskrit words in 
ordinary use in the Bengali language, with a preface 
in English.] pp. ii. ii. 101. Sl^T^I^C? ^^3^ 
[Seramjmr, 1839.] 8°. 



HALIRAMA SARMA. "5rfyifWl,<ir8f I -mV\<K "STflTf^ 

Cf*rT^ s> r *?, I *i I [Asam buraiiji. Description of 

Assam, its history, ph^-sical geography, manners, 

customs, and inhabitants.] Pt. I. pp. iv. 86. ^-IcK- l i l 

^'io.'i [Calcutta, 1829.] 8°. 

This Pt. contains a history of Assam iip to its occupation 
by the British in 1824. 

HALLIDAY {Hon. Frederick James). [For 
official documents issued by F. J. H., as Secretary 

to Government of India.] See Briiish Indiax 
Association, of Calcutta. *fWt-5rf^ f^l^twT? fr^^r^ 
etc. [1851.] ' S". 

HAMZAH, Saiyid. See Hatim TaT. rr dAtJs l^ I 
[Hatim Tal, put to Muhammadan Bengali verse 

by H.] [1865.] 8\ 

[1879.] 8°. 



[1880.] 8°. 

ZWfiZ^ <af«f I [Jaiguner puthi. A tale in 

Muhammadan Bengali verse.] pp. ii. 140. 4r^<t-M 1 
^5lV(i [Calcutta, 1878.] 8°. 

- pp. 96. ^fwnsi -^^^V!, [Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 

pp. 142,ii. ^fwrnnvb [ft//«/«ff, 1880.] 8^ 



HAMZAH IBN 'ABD AL-MUTALLIB, Amh; 
called ASAD ALLAH. Sec GhakTb Allah. 
wrf^ Cfsrsrr? ^«t I [Amir Hiimzar puthi. An 
account of the life and battles of Amir Hamzab.] 

[1880.] 4°. 

HANUMAT. ?li( H ll?<» I [The MahilnStaka. A 
Sanskrit play in Madhusiidana 3Iisra's recension, 
with a Bengali translation by Rilmagati Bhatta- 
charya Kaviratna.] pp. 192. ^fsTTTSl :>V-'JV 
[Calcutta, 1878.] 8°. 



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HAR 



HARACHANDRA GHOSHA. FrFir<I-fF'5?Tt 
srr^ I [Chaniinukbii Chittahara niitaka. An 
adaptation of Shak-ipeie's " Konieo and Juliet."] 
pp. ii. ii. IS.j. ?Ff5I^T71 ^V5»8 [Calcutta, 1864.] 8°. 

(Tl<R Uctl f^ srf&^ I [Kaui'avaviyoga niitaka. 



A drama in 5 acts, on the overthrow of the Kaurava 

dynasty.] pp. 170. fi|?T^<3? ^VaV [SiiTampiu; 
1858.]" 8^ 

Ttlpft ^T?1 ^ "^T? ^T^T^fK I [Viiriinlvaraiia. 



Two liH'turcs oil the prevention uf drunkenness.] 
pp. 68. <tr^ <f rgl :»'iVb [Calcutta, 1864.] 12°. 

HARACHANDRA TARKAPANCHANANA. See 
Kkishnamohana Vandvoi'adhvaya. Truth defended 
and error exposed. Strictures upon II. T.'s answer 
to Mr. Muir's Matapariksha, etc. 1841. 8°, 

HARACHARANA SENA. Yacoinat ion and simple 
treatment of small pox . . . by Ilur Cliurn Sen . . . 
? j T «?/ >t<:»'"*f^ >ii^° ■^"yr^ C?^^ 'T?^ fpf^«-7n 1 pp. 
vi. OS. ^f^rrrsl ^^VV [Ciihndla, 1881.] 8^ 

Venereal disease . . . [Compiled from various 



Enjjlish works] by Hur Churn Sen . . . r»r«r<i(.ti«i 
fsfe^ pp. xvi. 1-V2. ^■r^<tT3l -i^VV [Cah-Htta, 
18S1.] 8^ 

HARADHANA VIDYARATNA. Sop Nanda- 
kvm'xka KwiuATNA. ^V^l ^(.^\MVl I [Taidhavya 
dliarmodaya. Compiled by II. V.] [1856.] 8°. 

HARANACHANDRA MUKHOPADHYAYA. 

tsrrfyfjrr? f?^«l l [AsiyHr vivarana. Geograi^y 
of Asia, taken from various En-jlish and Bengali 
sources] pp. 34. iv. 5-fcrl<-t4l ^V-5.v [Calcutta, 
1868.] 12°. 

jfcTs^sf ^rlW I [Dalabhanjana niitaka. A 



drama in live acts, on the evils of opium-smoking 
and drunkenness.] pp. iii. 80. ^^T^l "ii\5.v 
[Calcutta, 1861.] 12°. 

- 4 1^ <t. tfsr^ srfW I [Yangakiiminl niitaka. A 



See VinYAPATi. SlTr-g; fwT^ffs 'TT'^tW^ 

. . . <yiP^^?t^ I [The Purushaparlksliii, translated 
by II. It.] ' [1S15.] 8°. 



[1826.] 8°. 

[A revised edition.] [1866 ?] 8° 



drama in six acts, on the condition of Bengali 
women.] pp. ii. ii. 214. ^f^<-Ti1 ^^"ia. [Calcutta, 
1868.] 16°. 

HARANATHA DEVA. fil?tJr5(:^? ^Sp^fr^SI TT^ 
yftTl f a'ly I [Sriiiiinachandrer asvamedha yajfia. A 
drama on the horse-sacrifice, perfomied by Riima.] 
pp. 70. <t-rg1<t- ra1 ^V"}^ [Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 

HARAPRASADA RAYA. For selections from 
H. R.'s translation of Vidyiipati's Purushaparlksha, 
with English translation and vocabulary. See 
Havgiitox {Sir G. C.) Bengali Selections. 1822. 4". 



HARAPRASADA SASTRI. See Vai.mTki. Tffcjj 
^■frTiri I [The llilmiiyana, translated by H. S.] 

[1882, etc.'] 8". 

li\4.tn[t>-A-\ I [Bhiiratamahilil.] The highest 



ideal of female characters as set forth in eaily 
Sanskrit works, pp. U6. ^T^^TfTl ^^^-1 [Kantul- 
para, 1881.] 12°. 

TSTf^ *f^5T<^t? ^r^t^l ^if^^J I [Yartamiina 



satiibdir Biingillii siihitya. A review of Bengali 
literature of the present century. I\e])riiited from 
the Yangadarsana.] pp. 24. ^'mct^rfTl 'i^W 
[Eantalpara, 1881.] 8°. 

HARIBHAKTA KAVIRAJA. See Paramananda 
Bhramaravara. SlSsf^^"*^ 'Tt^n I etc. [The 
Chaitanyagitil, translated from the San.skrit by 
U. K.] " [1868.] 12'. 

HARICHARANA DASA. Tlit-f^rTrf^ ^rW 1 T| 
if^jirss I [Sativiyoga niitaka. A drama on the 
storj"^ of the sacrifice made bj' Daksha, and the self 
immolation of his daughter Satl.] pp. 68. <-nd*t4l 
nv!» [Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

HARICHARANA RAYA. See RE-iTfOLDS (G. 
W. M.) cign^^J [Landan rahas^-a. Selections 
from Reynolds's " Mysteries of London," translated 
by II. R'.] [1871.] 8°. 

Bengali Mensuration . . . *ff?firf3 I [Parimiti.] 

3rd edition, pp. 235. Calcutta, 1880. 12°. 

HARIKRISHNA MALLIKA. W»r <iJ<f^1 fFf%^■y^ 
^tf^TCI [Sadrisa vyavasthii chikitsiidljiikii. A manual 
of homeopathic medicine for domestic use.] 2 pt. 
Calcutta, 1870-71. 8°. 12°. 

Pt. ii. is of 12° size. The 2 pts. form Kos. iii. and ic. of 
Berigny and Co.'s Bengali Homoeopathic Series. 

■SHt^r ?JT^ ^ify* 'SfTrrf^f I [Sadrisa vyavasthii 

viihyika pravoga. On the homaopathic treatment 
of external complaints and bruises.] pp. ii. 50, ii. 
^U M i>\ ^^11 [Calcutta, 1870.] 12°. 

Being No. 5 of Berigny and Co.'s Bengali Honioiopathic 
Series. 



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HABIMOHANA GUPTA. See Academies, etc. 
Calcutta. — Uiiircrsif)/. Selections from subjects for 
examination in the Bengali language . . . (Contents : 
The Traveller, by Baboo H. G., etc.) 1862. 8=". 

See Parxeli, (T.) Archdeacon of Clogher. 



Pamell's Hermit. A Bengalee translation by Horee- 
mohun Goopta. 1859. 12°. 

-"r^^^cTl I [Sakuntala. A poem founded on 

the drama of Kiilidasa.] pp. iv. 223. ^-fsK-fil ^So^'' 
\_C(ilcutta, 1669.J 12^ 

HAEIMOHANA KAEMAKARA. ^srf? TT?^ 
^t^J I [Kumarasambhava kiivva. A paraphrase 
in verse of the Sanskrit poem of Kalidilsa, by H. K. 
assisted by Dviirakaniltha Raya.] pp. 73. <-r=i't-l4t 
^^ia [Ca/ciiffa, 1858.] 12".' 



^^ ^^ rsT? f^V? ! [Oth chhunrl tor biye, or 



Get up, lass, for your wedding. A humorous sketch 
in verse, on the support of parents in old age by 
their children.] pp. 10. ^iwTsI ^iva [Calcutta, 
1863.] 12^ 

HAEIMOHANA MUKHOPADHYAYA. See 
Caunter (J. H.), B.D. Jayabateer-upakhyan, 
or Rajpoot marriage. Translated from the Romance 
of Indian history by Hurry Mohon Mookerjea. 
[1863.] 12°. 

'^^-Nfety I [Adrishtavijaya.] .... The 



Triumph over Fate, [or the defeat of the gods by 
Kalki.] An epic poem. Pt. I. pp. 195. Calcutta, 
1881. 12°. 

A descriptive geography of Bengal, for the 



use of schools, by Harimohan ilookerjea. 

r4i*iy r<l<<l«1 I [Vangadeser viseshavivarana.] 2nd 

edition, pp. 64. Calcutta, 1870. 12°. 

^TtffV^ 'TW I [KadambinI nataka. The 

domestic squabbles in a house with two wives. A 
drama in six acts.] pp. iv. 86. <tr«l<t'1i1 'i^.'iV- 
[Calcut/a, 1861.] 12°. 

^f%^9f«) I etc. [Krishidarpana, or The mirror 

of agriculture.] Pt. I. pp. 104. <-r=1<-T4l ■i'i.5»5» 
ICalcutta, 1859.] 8°. 

Lives of the Bengali poets, with selections 

from their works, and an introductory brief historj' 

of Bengali poetry. Part I ^frpf?^ I [Kavi- 

charita.] pp. ii. 182. Calcutta, 1869. 12°. 



HABIMOHANA MUKHOPADHYAYA. Sahitya 
ratnavali, or the gems of Bengali literature [in 
prose and verse.] 2nd edition, revised and enlarged. 
H i r^Aj - <la 1 <gr t. pp. iv. 324. Calcutta, 1880. 12°. 

^fsif ^J^Ci^tf W^ I [Udbhid vyavachchheda 

darsana. An elementary work on botany.] pp. iii. 
140, xii. <t-r^<Mi l -iJ^Vb [Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 

HAEIMOHANA EAYA. p*g^ STfW I [IndumatI 
nataka. A drama in five acts, on the storj' of king 
Aja and his wife IndumatI, adapted from the Raghu- 
vamsa of Kalidilsa.] pp. 66. ^fsm^l ^\^5i [Calcutta, 
1869.] 8°. 

HAEIMOHANA SANYALA. History of Darjee- 
ling ... by Hurry Mohun Sannial . . . irr?f5Tf%C^T 
sri?rn' I [Diirjiliiiger itihiisa.] pp. vi. 199. 
^3rT?«rr^ •i\\r1 [Kinnarkhal-i, 1880.] 8°. 

HAEIMOHANA VANDYOPADHYAYA. <m- 
bfflJl I [Khalacharitra, or the story of a treacherous 
counsellor.] pp. ii. ii. 161. <tr«1<tl4l 'ife^^ [Calcutta, 
1865.] 8°. 

HAEINATHA MAJUMDAE. See Matilala 
Rata. r<Siilt>€t I [Yijayachandl. A drama, based 
upon the Yijayavasanta of H. M.] [1882.] 8 . 



[Yijayavasanta, or the Princes of Jeypore. An 
instructive tale.] pp. 105. ^iwTSl 'i'iV-^ [Calcutta, 
1859.] 8°. 

4th edition, pp. 169. ^IwTSI ^V-5»;9 [Calcutta, 



1869.] 12°. 

9th edition, pp. 168. <-r=1<tt4l ^VV-' [Calcutta, 

1880.] 12°. 

HAEINATHA NYAYAEATNA. See Blair (H.). 
^^'T^fiT etc. [Rachaniivali. Sermons translated 
by H. jS\] [1863.] 12^ 

4th edition. [1879.] 12°. 



See Vis.Ikhadatta. 

rakshasa, translated into 
[I860.] 12°. 



■si;i3T?T^57T I [Mudra- 
BengaH by H. ^^] 



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?lt5T? ^srJriT-TlT^rl l [Riimer aranyayatrii. 

The story of Rama's exile, taken from the Ayodhyii- 
kanda of the Ramayana.] 2nd edition, pp. 116. 
<^Ui-ri> \ ^Vl' [Calcutta, 1870.] 12°. 

5 



HAR 



HARIPRASADA CHAKRAVARTI. (j-rfsT S^'KT^ 
^»« SJiS « fpf<P«-Tn 5JTff*f^ I [ lliiiiiii)i)athik bhiii- 
sluijvatattva.] . . . The Elemi'iits of Ilonia-opatliic 
Materia Jledica and Therapeutics, with an epitome 
of treatment of all diseases, etc. pp. ii. xx. 276, 124, 
viii. xxxvii. ^U^ \i>\ ^V'^ [Calaitta, 1880.] 8°. 

HARISCHANDRA, King of Oudh. [Lif<'.'] ''^rc 
Jag AN.MoiiANA Tarkalankara. ^f^»5^ ^f?'S I 
[Ilarischandra charita.] [1868.] 12°. 

HARISCHANDRA CHAKI RAYA. Src India.— 
Let/Mat ire Council. Cf«?T^-^rr5nf^S(Tir i etc. [The 
Code of Criminal Procedure. Edited by U. Ch. R.] 

[1879.] 8°. 

HARISCHANDRA KAVIRATNA. Src Kalidasa. 
^f»WT^r*r^"?5T Tf^ I rSakuntalJi, translated bv 
H. K. and Jaganmohana Tarkalai'ikiira.] [1869.] 8°. 

See VisAKHAD.4TT.\. ■g"^5t?t^'^ irf^^ I 



UlA I Pt. ii. 2nd edition, pp. 82. FRI ^^V-V 
{Dacca, 1881.] 12°. 

?^lHJ<i>i-^3^f??"ft I [Hilsyarasa-tarangini, or 



The river of mirth. Humorous poems.] Pt. I. jjp. 2-1. 
TTf^ -i-iVS [Dacca, 1862.] 16°. 

^TfiT^ ^|y<t I [.Jilnakl niltaka. A drama in 



five acts, on the story of the exile of Sltii.] pp. iii. 
163, ii. TJW %tva '{Dacca, 1863.] 12°. 

(Tlli^ '"TS^ I W«rt«^ C^li^^l' ^t^ffT^t I 



[Kautuka sataka. One hundred amusing anecdotes, 
collected from various sources.] Pt. I. pp. 36. 
FW ^5^5,*. {Dacca, 1862.] 12°. 

[Another copj'.] 



[Kavitiikauraudl. Moral poems.] Pt. I. pp. o4. 
FT^-I wyrd. {Dacca, 1863.] 12°. 



[Mudrarakshasa, translated by H. K.] [1871.] 8°. 

HARISCHANDRA MITRA. See Vaikvxtiia- 
CHANDKA Xatiia. HaH^J'sT^r tl^-tf-d if? ^3T«fJl I 
[Dvitlyabhaga Charukavitiir vyiikhya. A key to 
n. M.'s Chilrukavitii, Pt. ii.] [1881.] 12°. 

Bidhababungangana. [Poems describing the 

unhappy condition of Hindu widows], by Hurrish 
Chandra Mitter. f?s(<ll4«tts*'*l1 I pp- ii. 82. Dacca, 
1863. 12°. 

[Another copy.] 

Charookabita, the poetical reading. . . . &!<»»?- 



HARISCHANDRA MITRA. "5rj|« V?Z^ f^?" etc. 
[Myfiodliarbeko? or "Who'll bell the cat?" A 
farce on the conduct of several Hindus who signed 
a memorial in support of widow marriage, but took 
no further action in the matter.] i)p. iv. 60. TjT^ 
•i^5»;» {Dacca, 1862.] 12°. 



■yr<rcT«Tf^ I 



'^r^T'^^'si ^«l 1 [Sar.ilajMtha. 



A Bengali primer.] Pt. I. i)p. 14. TTW 'ilV-a 
{Dacca, 1863.] 12°. 

Tt?Tr^rtTf% I ■?t??r5Tf5R^t^J I [VTraviikyil- 



vali. [Poems on episodes in the lives of heroes of 
Indian history] Pt. I. pp.56. Ff^ "i'lVa [Dwcflf, 
1863.] 12^' 

HARISCHANDRA NIYOGI. f^rJlT? STf^rl I 6ft- 
f4<t-t<J I [^'inoduInala, or The gailaiul of delight. 
Lyric songs.] pp. ii. 244, ii. <-N<-1 41 'iVrd 
{Calcutta, 1878.] 12°. 

HARISCHANDRA PALITA. f<Tfrt% U^V "^^ I 
"TS^ I [PirTli vishama jviTlii, or Love, a source of 
great trouble. A drama in three acts.] pp. 32. 
^fwra -ill^a {Calcutta, 1863.] 12°. 

'<*nr» ^?5f^ I . . . . [Suniti samgraha, or 

the Book of Morals. Selected and translated from 
the " Azimghur Reader," " Parental Instructor," 
" Reader No. 4," and " .Esop's Fables," by H. P., 
with the assistance of Kediiranatha Datta.] pp. 16. 
^^fsT^m ^^5.b- {Calcutta, 1861.] 12°. 

HARISCHANDRA TARKALANKARA. The 
history of Raja Pratapaditya " the last king of 
Saugur island," by Harish Chandra Tarkalankar. 
?t5r| ■£r5T^rit4J ^f?ra I [Riijii Pratapaditya charitra.] 
pp. 63. Calcutta, 1853. 12°. 

One of the "Bengali Family Library Series." 

[Another copy.] 



fSra^rfit^Sf sfW 1 [Meghanildabadha nlitaka. 

A drama in six acts, on the destruction of Megha- 
nSda.] i)p. 82. Calcutta, 1877. 12". 

*i6l<t TTtTrr^ftir ■yrwrrsnrjrf^rs [Siimavediya 



sandhyapraj-oga, the daily devotions of the Silmavedi 
Brahmans. Compiled in Sanskrit, with a translation 
by H. T.] pp. 21. ^fwTSl i'tVa [Calcutta, 
1879.] 12°. 

HARSH ADEVA. See NTi.amaxi Pala. ?af4c?t 
^tfe^ 'tc. [Ratnavall natika. An adaptation of 
the Ratnavali of H.] [1849.] 8°. 



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HAESHADEVA. See Yadavachandra Vidya- 
KATXA. srai^f?^ ^I^J 1 [Xalacliarita kilv^-a. A free 
translation in verse of the Xaishadliacliarita of H.] 
[1865.] 8°. 

See YADrxATHA Tarkaratna. A tale from 



the Ratnavalee of Sreeharsha Deva, etc. 1860. 8°. 
^5f^il&r<J4 I '^■rst^f I etc. [The first four 



Sargas of H.'s Naishadhacharita, with a prose trans- 
lation by Jagachchandra Majumdiir.] pp. ii. 177. 
^fsf^rsl :»».:»*. [Cakutta, 1862.] 8°. 

?Tr^^ •TfW I [RatnavalT, translated into 



Bengali verse and prose by Ramanarayana 

Tarkaratna.] pp. v. 92. ^rTSl 'ife'iS ICakutta, 
1857.] U\ 

Second edition, pp. iv. 92, ^f%^T5l 'iJs^V 



ICakutta, 1861.] 12^ 

Third edition, pp. iv. 82. <t-r^<t'1 41 'i>)^a 



[Calcutta, 1868.] 8=. 

Ratnavali : A drama in four acts, translated 



[into English] from the Bengali [translation by 
Ramanarii^-ana Tarkaratna, of the original Sanskrit 
of H.] by Michael M. S. Dutt. jjp. 57. Cakutta, 
1858. 8°. 

HASAN, Mir. See X.vsir 'AlT. (^•'FS'it ?^It^- 
srfit? [The story of Benazir, based on Mir H.'s 
Sihr al-baySn.] [1881.] 8^ 

HASTALIPI. ^f^lM II [Hastalipi. A copy book 
alphabetically arranged.] pp. 8. 'i^W JVannar, 
[1881.] 12". 

HASTIE (W.). See Sivachaxdra Vasu. The 
Hindus as they are . . . with a prefatory note by . . . 
W. H. 1881. 8^ 

HATIM TAI. ^^liiU-il?' I [The Adventures of 
Hiltim Till put to Muhammadan Bengali verse by 
Saivid Hamzah.] pp. 322. ^^TTTSl 'i^'^^ \Cakutia, 
1865.] 8^ 

pp. 320. ^U^ \i>\ ^\V5. \Cakutta, 1879.] 8°. 



[Another edition.] pp. 318. ^-fiK-l^ 'i^i.V'i 

{Cakutta, 1880.] &°. 

4Ht l ^ 1 ^trssrsTo I [Baugilla Hatcm Tai. A 

Bengali prose version by Vijayaniitha Mukhopa- 
dhyiiva.] pp. iv. 280. ^ST^TSl ^\\ri [Calcutta, 
1877.] 8°. 



HAUGHTOlf {Sir Graves Chamxey). Bengali 
Selections [from Chandicharana's translation of the 
Tota itihasa, or Persian Tales of Muhammad Kadirl, 
from Mrityunjaya Sarma's Bengali version of the 
Hindi Singhasan BattTsI, and from Haraprasada 
Raya's translation of Yidyiljjati's Sanskrit Purusha- 
parlkshiij, with translations [into English] and a 
vocabulary, pp. xi. xii. 198. London, 1822. 4". 

[Another copy.] 



The Bengali Reader ; consisting of easy selec- 
tions from the best authors : w^th a translation, and 
vocabulary .... A new edition [of G. C. H.'s 
" Bengali Selections "], thoroughly revised and 
corrected by D. Forbes, pp. viii. 192. London, 
Hertford [printed], 1862. 8°. 

A glossary, Bengali and English, to explain 



the Tota-itihas, the Batris Singhasan, the History 
of Raja Krishna Chandra, the Purusha-Parikhya, 
the Hitopadesa. pp. 12-1. London, 1825. 4^. 

HEMACHANDRA BHATTACHAHYA. Sec 

Bharavi. UUk ^t^^ 'smHn I . . . . r*<l|4l- 
S5r»flll etc. [Kiratiirjuniya, with a Bengali trans- 
lation by H. Bh.] [1868, etc.] 8°. 

See Kalidasa. fd^sf ^C^^ >*mf*rTl I . . . . 



Raghuvansa with text, [and Bengali] translation 
[by H. Bh.] [1863-68.] 8°. 

See ValmTki. <I*<I44l!ll^ I [The Ramiiyana, 



edited mth. a Bengali translation by H. Bh.] 

[1868-72.] 8°. 

HEMACHANDRA VANDYOPADHYAYA. ?T<it 
^T^raT'l^ wt^ uTfi* I [Rilnl Ril-samanir jivana- 
charita. A short sketch of the life of Rilni Rilsa- 
mani of Jan Bazar, Calcutta.] pp. 70. ^ST^Tt ^^Vb 
[Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 

^;5^°^t? i [Vritra.samhara. A poem on 



the destruction by Indra of the demon Tritra, per- 
sonifying drought.] 2Pt. <trii<-f41 'i^T7-5» [Cakutta, 
1879!] 12'. 

HEMANGACHANDRA VASU. "g-yTrrerfsifTFr^r? 
^sriaitrJnt '^tC^'^ f^r^t l [Musalmandiger abhvu- 
dayer vivarana. An account of the rise of the 
Muhammadan power, compiled from Gibbon's 
" History of the decline and fall of the Roman 
Empire.""] pp. 73. Cakutta, 1864. 12°. 

HEMANGINI DASI. ^«rg" SffSTI I [Pranaya 
pratimil. A love story.] pp. 67. ^f%Tfn ^^lr-8 
[Cakutta, 1877.] 12°. 



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HEMENDRANATHA THAKURA. STfC^TT^IT? I 
^•^f3j?'«r •yrry-^rf?^ ^<>f5T? l [Maghotsava. Speeches 
(loliverod at tlie aumuil meetings of the Biiihraa 
SainiTj at Calcutta from 184:3 to 18U-5. Edited by 
H. Til. on the 36th anniversary meeting of that 
society.] pp. 213. •i'ib-1 [_Ca1rufta ? 1865.] 8°. 

HERBERT (Mary Elizabeth) Baroneas Herbert 
of L'd. See CnANDUvMoiiANA. ^Tf^ uf^l^T? '^t^?^- 
pr<(S I . . . Life of Monica [taken from M. E. II. 's 
" Three Phases of Christian Love."] [1881.] 12°. 

HIKAYAT I LATIF. The Persian tales, called 

11. i L, translated by G. Galloway. See Gladwin 
(F.). Pleasant stories of Gladwin's Persian Moon- 
shec. 1840. 8^ 

HILL (SAMrKi, John). See lliiii.K. — Old Testniiieiit. 

— rsiihiiK. ■s^grf^ Sr^f-f^^sia . . . WTl^Cir? ^■i'iZii 
C^-'S\^ I The Psalms of David in Musalman I3en- 
gali. [Translated under the revision of S. J. II.] 

1858. 8°. 

TTints on the pronunciation of Bengali, pp. 

12. Ciilratta, 1882. 12°. 

HINDU FEMALE EDUCATION. -^tf^T^stf^- 
srfir^ I ete. [Strlsikshavidhayaka.] Hindu female 
education advocated from the examples of illus- 
trious women. Enlarged edition, pp. 47. Calcidfa, 

1859. 12°. 



HINDUMELA SABHA. 

)iifla Salilin, 



See Calcutta. — Uiinhi- 



HINDU WIDOWS, f^sm ^5T<f? ^T^ I [Vidhavil 
suklier dasii. A tale describing the unfortunate 
condition of Hindu widows.] pp. 23. [n'? Stl^tif 
^IV-^ [Mirzapur, Ciihiitta, I860.] 12°. 



frsRI f^sr f^nff 1 [Yidhavii vishama vipada. 



A play in one act on the hardships of Hindu 
widows.] pp. 33. 'iWV' [CalcKfta? 1856.] 12". 

HIRALALA GHOSHA. (^tTt ^ fFW TfcT I 
[Rokil kari choka niiil. A farce showing the evils 
of giving girls in marriage to Bengalis whose 
English education has resulted in profligac}-.] pp. 19. 
^^rrra ^i^V!! \_Calculta, 1879.] 12°. 

HIRALALA MITRA. ^rTrrfr^ STT?? V^TlcT STf^ | 
[Alaler gharer duliil niltaka. A dramatised version 
of a novel of the same name of Tekchaiida Tliakura.] 
pp. V. 159. -<-rg1 ^ nt1 ^<i}i.^ {CalciMa, 1869.] 12=. 



HIRANMAYA MUKHOPADHYAYA. srgl » | <)A 
f^^Tj^ •sr^T^ I [ilahabliiiiata vishayaka prastava. 
An essay on the Mahiibhiirata.] pp. 21. 'i^V-l 
{Calcutta, 1881.] 8°. 

HITALALA MISRA. See Mahahharata. — 

Bhagai-adgitu. ^TT^f^ffji^^^ bf^ Tlfr^ . . . SlSTS^- 
^ff^^ etc. [The Bliagavadgitii, with a commentaiy 
in' Bengali by H. M.] [1853-58.] 4°. 

HOLODHUR NYAYRUTNA. See Haladuaua 
Nyayakatna. 

HOMER. [Barpaxoiivofia-x^ia] f5^ «,rnC<-<I ^I^ I 
[Hhika musliiker yuddlia. The battle of the frogs 
and mice, translated into Bengali verse.] pp. ii. 33. 
^ST^rsI :>V<iv \_C(ikutta, 1858.] 12°. 

['I\ta?] 3rt??1 ^ 41^511 ^TT"? I [TriTyayana. 

A verse translation of Homer's Iliad, by GirT.sa- 
chandra Mukhopadhyaya.] Pt. 1 and 2. ^fcT^t"5l 
•i^V5, [Cakutfa, 188U.]' 8". 

HOOTUM. See l\woy.iv\\-sc\i\ j)seu(l. [;>. KalT- 
PRASAXXA Sim ha]. 

HOREEMOHUN GOOPTA. See IIarimohaxa 

Gri'TA. 

HRIDAYANATHA DASA. Remedies for serpent 
bites, [and receipts for various ordinary ailments.] 
■yr^fWrs >£f3t^t? I [Sarpaghitta pratlkiira.] Third 
edition, pp. iv. 27. ClHt'Tt^ '>\r%\r- \_Midnapur, 
1878.] 8°. 

HRISHIKESA BHATTACHARYA. ft"^ ^fWI I 
[Hindi vyakarana.] .... A comparative Hindi 
grammar (in Bengali) by Ilishicesh Shastri. 
pp. ix. 93. <-rcl<t- t ^t 1 :>W5. (Caleutta, 1879.] 12°. 

HRISHIKESA VYAKARANASARASVATI. 
See BhattojT DTksiuta. f^T^iTTJT f^'^Srl^T^^"^ 
[Siddhiintakaumudi, with a preface, translation and 
notes in Bengali by H. V.] [1881, etc.'] 8". 

HUB CHURN SEN. Sec Haracuaraxa Sena. 



HURRISH CHANDRA 

CHANDRA MnitA. 



MITTER. See Haris- 



HUBBY MOHUN SANNIAL. 
Sanyala. 



See Harimohana 



HUTOMPYANCHA pseud, [i.e. KalTprasanna 
Simha.] Sketches by Hootum, illustrative of every 
day life and every day people. Vol. I. (■^rsTT 
*fJTPT? 5f<F'^ l) [Ilutompyanchilr naksii.] pp. ii. 
176, ii. Calcutta, 1862. 8°. 



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HTJT— ISV 



HUTOMPYANCHA pseud. Sketches by Hootum, 
etc. 2 pt. pp. 180, 54. CahuHa, 1864. 8°. 

?T5T^*rJTFt? 5f^;'yn I 2 pt. 2nd edition, pp. 



138, 54. #5m«1 ^^la. [Calcutta, 1868.] 8°. 



INDIA. — Legislative Council. ^5jll> Tlf^fTT? ^rfc^r i 
^*n«^ 9??tS> •iVijo TTlZ^ O^ ^JSrf9*f I etc. 
[Astradi rakhibar iiin. The Indian Arms Act ; 
No. xxxi. of I860.] pp. 42. <?r^<-f-4t ^V^" 
[Calcutta, I860.] 8°. 

Act No. xly. of 1860. The Indian Penal Code. 



Translated into Bengali. 'iV-i' "JTlZ^T? 8a ^T^ ^«ns 
-«|<i-s<i^^ it'sWsf I [Bharatavarshlya dandavidhi.] 
^iWra ICalcutta,] 1861. 8°. 

Imperfect, wanting pp. 1-88. Begins tvith Chap. xi. 

The Indian Penal Code. It's f^fsf? ^sir I 



pp. xxii. 161. ^f^^T^ •i'iVS [Calcutta, 1862.] 8^. 

TTtt^? ^'' *)!»•< I [Diwani karyavidhi. The Civil 
Procedure Code, Act x. of 1877, with notes, and 
rulings of the High Courts. Compiled by Dvara- 
kaniltha Bhattileharya.] pp. 432, 152. ^5TTl~5l ^jVI"} 
[Calcutta, 1877.] 8=. 

(If «Trift-^jf%5fr^ I s??t^ ^vti •JTfirsr? -Jf^^ 

'i" ~4)l9«J I etc. [The Civil Procedure Code. Edited 
with notes by Harischandra Chiiki Riiya.] pp. xlv. 
xix. 544, 162. ^^iWrsl ^Vis. [Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 

»«t*^ ^T?^ I ^?h«- ^v^s, Xticriii :> ^srt^iT I 



[Ishtamp ain, or the Stamp Act, No. i. of 1879 of 
the Indian Legi.slative Council.] pp. vii. 113. irf^ 
^V<i}i> [Dacca, 1879.] 8°. 

North Western Proriiicc.s. ^^s<r<>rf*65r ^ZffZ*t 

^^§Vf^ ^f«V f^^irtr T?Tff^^«i? >£rf^ r*ic4if( 

Uttarapaschima pradese durbhiksha. [An appeal 
to the natives of Bengal on behalf of the sufferers 
from the famine in the North Western Provinces.] 
pp. 16. ^fsi^rsl -it-b-^ [Calcutta, I860.] 8°. 

INDIAN AGRICULTURAL MISCELLANY. Sec 

Academies, etc. — Calcutta. — Agricultural and Horti- 
cultural Society of India. The Indian Agricultural 
Miscellany, etc. 1854-55. 8°. 

INDIAN YOUTH'S MAGAZINE. See Periodical 
Publications. — Serampur. Dig-Durshun, or the 
Indian Youth's Magazine. 

INDIGO PLANTERS. Oppressions of the Indigo 
Planters. S^^^ -^W ! f^^T?? f% ^*Jtl>l<l II 
[Bilprebilp ! Nllkarcr ki atyiichara ! A sketch in 
prose and verse.] pp. ii. 16. [Crt/cH</(7, 1856?] 8°. 



IRADAT, Munahi. C^HicK*! sfir « Tfsn 
^Cf«f I [A versified transhition of the Gul i baka- 
wall, presumably from Nihal Chand's Hindustani 
version of the original Persian romance of 'Izzat 
Allah.] pp.90. ^f5T^T|:>^V5, [C'rt/c««a,1879.] 8°. 

[Another edition.] pp. 135. <rfii<-'fil ^^V5» 



[Jmnollasa Press : Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

[Another edition.] pp. 132. ^fwra :»^V5> 

[Siddiki yah Press : Calcutta, 1?>B0.'] 8". 

iSANACHANDRA BHATTACHARYA. li|?Tr5r? 
W^ ■^"Sl"^ I [Sriramer janma vrittanta. A free 
translation of portions of the Adikilnda of the 
Eamiiyana, treating on the birth of Riima.] pp. 98. 
^fwni V^iv [Calcutta, 1864.] 8^ 

ISANACHANDRA DASA GUPTA. sr^-^TI^'^ 
^<i-\<K *rf?f^ fa^r? 5I?[WJ? -ij^t'^l [Manapilshanda. 
An allegorical dialogue between the soul and the 
mind on the worthlessness of worldly pleasures.] 
pp. 43. ^^^m-S\ ^V?.V [Calcutta, 1868.] 12°. 

iSANACHANDRA MUKHOPADHYAYA. ^Sfjf- 
**RT? ■*<tk*r 1 [Adhyapauiir iidarsa. Hints on the 
management of Bengali Vernacular schools.] pp. 56. 
-afr^n^ -iWI [Barisal, 1880.] 8^ 

iSANACHANDRA VASU. See VvRlyxs.—Il/idffa- 
ratapurdna. «T^i < i -» e C"TM'5[^ [Bhagavata tattva- 
kaumudl. The Bbagavatapurilna translated into 
verse by I. V.] [1881, etc.} 8°. 

ISHAK IBN IBRAHIM, Ni-slmptiri. For a 
translation into iluhammadan Bengali verse of 
the Kisas Al-Anbiya of I. See Ghul.Im NabT 
IBN 'Inayat Allah. c^rfsTT^TS^ ^rrfT?1 <"'''• 
1881. 4°. 

ISHWAR CHANDRA SHARMA. See Isvara- 

CIIANDKA YiDYASAGARA. 

ISSUR CHUNDER CHATTERJEE. See Isvara- 

CHANDUA CnATT01'.\l)IlYAYA. 

iSVARACHANDRA CHATTOPADHYAYA. 

[Jniinopadesa.] Discourse on the Bengalee language, 
for the use of young natives, by Issur Chunder 
Chatterjce. pp. 14. Calcutta, 1853. 12°. 

iSVARACHANDRA GUPTA. See Periodical 
Priii.KATioNs. — Calcutta. -yf^TrJf ^ »1<*<1 I [The 
Samvnda prabhSkara. Edited by !. G.] [1858.] 4^ 



37 



ISV 



iSVARACHANDEA GUPTA. ^f^T? <y' sliJiibd) 
?T? tS'lT^T?? 'Sft3r^ ^'^■^ I [Bliaiatachaiulra Riiya 
{iuiiakai'cr jivanaviitiitiita. Tlio lifo of llie jxiet 
IJliarutaehaiulia liaya.] i)p. 01. ^fcT^Tsl 'i^i.^ 
{Calcutta, 1855.] 8°. 

>*tT?Ti(^^T^ I >£r«W •«('9 I . . [Prabodlia pra- 



Wiakara ; or the Light of Intellect. A dialogue on 
Hindu pliilosopliy in prose and verse.] Pt. I. 
pp. \-l-i. ^fsT^Tl •i.\?.3 [C(i/aiftci, 1857.] 8". 



[Another copy.] 

Imperfect, wanting title-page. 



ISVARACHANDRA SARKAR. ST^TTl STST^T I « 

[Manasauiaiigala, Oliibiblr jiigarana pillil, and Sitalii 
devir jilgarana piilii. Legendary tales in verse 
about the serpent goddess, tbe goddess of cholera, 
and the goddess of small-pox.] pp. ii. 80. ^fsiTTSl 
nb-5. [Vdlcutta, 1880.] 12'. 

v-i "im^ '3'5l~¥ I "wyTs- ■"raj Tunr ?f?^«i? fTg* 



etc. [Manvautarer vrittanta. A pociu ou the faihire 
of the rice crop, its cause, and the misery it pro- 
duces.] pp. 9. ^fwTSl ^^"i^ [Ca/rii//(i, 1805.] 8°. 

-STot^^ttJ I etc. [Prabhiisakhanda. An ac- 



count of the life of Krishna in verse, compiled by 
I. S. from the Bhagavatapuiana, the Kalkipuriina, 
and other sources.] ^rd cditit)n, pp. viii. 347. 
?f5m^ ^^V1 [Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

^tsR^rar^ sif&^ I [Ramavanaviisa nataka. 



A drama on the exile of Rama.] pp. 42. ^fcTTfTl 
'i^}^:!, [Jmhw/ldsa Press : Calcutta, IHld.] 12°. 

^t^ra^Tf^ ^rfw l [Ramavanaviisa nataka. 



A drama on the exile of Rama.] 2nd edition, 
pp. 40. ^^^ - Tsl ^Wl \_Suryo(laija Press: Calcutta, 
1879.] 8°. 

Differing entirely from the preceding, though lij the same 
author and bearing the same title. 

Trr?T?Tf? ^T'T^ ^«PT^ I [Yiiroyari panchall. 



Verses describing the Varoyari festival.] pp. 30. 
^Iwra -i^l^ [Calcutta, 1809.] 12°. 

■^T'i. ■sr»\^ I ^«il«. w^ ^t«ri 5T«r<n ^t=ri 



[Vrihat prabhiisa. Poems describing the cxjjloits 
and sports of Krishna at five noted places of 
pilgrimage, viz. Yraja, Mathurii, Dvarakii, Golaka, 
and Piindava.] pp. x. 372. <.r«1<tf41 'i^'i^ [Calcutta, 
1809] 8°. 



ISVARACHANDRA SARKAR. <A[^ QC ^ ^fTS? 
<>f 1 1> i r«l I [Kiirtike j barer j)anehali. A poem on the 
great evclone at Calcutta in October, 1807.] pp. 15. 
^^mn W\z [Calcutta, 1807.] 12^ 

ISVARACHANDRA VIDYASAGARA. See iEsop. 
Kathamala, or Select Fables of ^lilsop, translated . . . 
by I.swarachundra Yidyasagara. Eighth edition. 
1804. 12". 

— — Kathamala . . . translated ... by I.swara- 
chandra Yidyasagara. 29th edition. 1878. 12°. 

— — ^-vm^ I 30th edition. 1879. 12°. 

— — 31st edition. 1879. 12°. 

Sec Bait.Il PaciiTsT. CTSTsT^^f^^^ffs I 

[YetiTlapanchavimsati. The Baitiil Pachlsl, trans- 
lated by !. Y.] '[1846.] 8°. 

— — 2nd edition. [1851.] 12°. 

— — Eetal Panchabinshati, by Eshwar Chandra 
Yidyasagar. 8th edition. 1801. 8°. 

— — Betalpanchabinshati, by I'.swarachandra 
A'idyasagara. 10th edition. 1870. 8^ 

See Chamheiis (W.) and (R.), Publishers. 

Biography, translated .... from Chambers' 
Educational Course, by Ishwar Chandra Sharma. 
1849. 12°. 

— — Biography, translated . . . by Eshwar Chandra 
Yidyasagar. 6th edition. 1862. 8°. 

See Mahabharata. [Doubtful portions.] 

The Mahabharata in Bengali. Introductory chapters 
by Iswara Chandra Yidyasagara. 1862. 8°. 

See Marshmax (.1. C). A guide to Bengal. 



Being a close translation [into English] of Ishwar 
Chandra Sharma's Bengalee version of a portion of 
Marshman's History of Bengal. 1850. 8°. 

See Rajakrishna Yandyopadhyaya. Ni'ti- 



bodha . . . [Enlarged by I. Y.] 1877. 12°. 

(ScrRAMAfJATI NyAYARATNA. ?^T^t^TT? ofs^lTT I 



[Bahgiiliir itihasa. History of Bengal, begun by 
Riimagati Is5-iiyaratna, and continued by I. Y.] 
[1862.] 12°. 

— — 1870. 12°. 

AkhyanamanjarT. 

'^^txT'Wg^fl' I [Akhyilnamafijarl. Instructive 



stories, compiled from various Eiiglisli sources.] 2nd 
edition, pp. 116. ^^Ul\ v^!^^ [Calcutta, 1804.] 8°. 



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ISV 



iSVARACHANDEA VIDYASAGAEA. [Akhya- 
xamanjarT.] Akhyaniimanjari. Twelfth edition, 
pp. 179. Calcutta, 1880. 12^ 

Bahuvivaha. 

< J? To < 1 ^ {if? a F^FI WP^ f^ ^ I [Bahuvivaha 



rahita haoya uchita ki na. A pamphlet on polygamy 
amongst Kulin Brahmins, and the necessity of a 
legislative act prohibiting it.] 2nd edition, pp. vi. 
ii. 94. ^fwf^1 :>fe^v {C<dmttu, 1871.] 8^ 

BaJJGALAR ITIHASA. 

History of Bengal. Pt. ii. From the accession 



of Serajooddowla to the close of the administration 

of Lord AVilliam Bentinck. Tft^Mf? trs^fW I 

[Raiigaliir itihasa.] Fourteenth edition, pp. 141. 

Calcutta, 1867. 8°. 

This Pt. is also catalogued, together with Pt. I. under 
Rumagati Nijayaratna. 

History of Bengal. Pt. ii. Twenty-second 



edition, pp. 159. Calcutta, 1878. 12° 

BODHODAYA. 

Bodhodaya, or Rudiments of knowledge, by 

Iswarachandra Yidyasagara. Twenty-fourth edition, 
pp. 84. Calcutta, 1864. 12°. 

Thirty-eighth edition, pp. 80. Calcutta, 

1870. \l\ 

CharitavalI. 

5ee Blvmhardt (J. F.). A vocabulary of all 



the words occurring in the text of the Charitaball 
of I. V. 1883. IT. 

Exemplary and instructive biograjjhy , 



tr<14l<l^. Eighth edition, pp. 112. Calcutta, 
1864. 12°. 

Charitavali or Exemplary and instructive 



biography. (I>r<lal<^ I ). Twenty-third edition. 
pp. 119. " Calcutta, 1876. 12°. 

tr<lif<^ I Twenty-seventh edition, pp. 124. 



^U<- \ t \ ^s.0 5. \_Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

Twenty-eighth edition, pp. 122. Calcutta, 



1880. 12°. 

Rijupatha. — Sanskrit and Bengali. 

8cc Mathuranatha Tarkaratxa. >£r«W "Ff^ 

^tfef^TTC^ ^«f^'^^ etc. [A commentary in Sanskrit 
with a Bengali paraphrase of I. Y.'s Sanskrit 
RijupHtha.] [1866-67.] 8°. 



iSVAEACHANDRA VIDYASAGAEA [RlJU- 
I'ATiiA.] See Syamacharaxa Chatiopadhyaya. 
Rijubibriti ... a key to [I. Y.'s] Rijupatha, Part II. 
etc. [1880.] 12^ 

See Syamacharaxa Mukhop.Idhyaya. 



gfft-€T>^T1 ^^mz ^rr^n . . . Key to [I. Y.'s] Riju- 
patha, Part HI. etc. 1.S79. 12=. 



Sakuntala. 
A tale from the Sakuntala of Kalidasa, by 



Iswarachandra Yidyasagara .... »|<-^«il Seventh 
edition.' jop. 120. Calcutta, 1864. 8". 



Twelfth edition, pp. 108. Calcutta, 1879. 8°, 



Samskrita BHASH.I vishayaka prastava. 

A discourse on the Sanskrit language and 

literature, by Eshwar Chandra Yidyasagar .... 

[Samskrita bhiishii . . . vishayaka prastava.] Second 
edition, pp. ii. 63. Calcutta, 1857. 12°. 



Third edition, pp. 82. Calcutta, 1863. 12°. 
Fourth edition, pp. 89. Calcutta, 1879. 12^ 



SlTAR VAN AV AS A. 

'^^trr? ^•»<!*i I [Sitar vanavasa, or The exile of 

Sita.] jji). 114. ^cT^rsi ^fc-ii [C«/<;a««, I860.] 8°. 

Jil-sl<i <»*<|*i . . . Exile of Seeta, by Iswara- 



chandra Yidyasagara. Fourth edition, pp. 134. 

<^r^ .t- la1 ^SiV \_Calci(tta, 1863.] %\ 

Seetar banabas, or Exile of Seeta, etc. 



Thirteenth edition, pp. 131. Calcutta, 1870. 8^ 

Upakramaxika. — Bengali. 
Introduction to Sanskrit grammar in Bengali, 



by Eshwar Chandra Yidyasagar. Eighth edition. 
^^■^^^JTWI I ^«1^g5^«)^ I [Upakramanika.] pp. ii. 
119^ Calcutta, 1858. 12". 

Thirteenth edition, pp. iv. ii. 131. Calcutta, 



1864. 8°. 

Tfo'^^ ?7T^«1 I ^*ngJTrf«1Tl etc. [Introduction 

to Sanskrit, grammar.] ^ 27th edition, pp. 179. 
Calcutta, 188 1. 12°. 

Upakramaxika. — English. 

Introduction to Sanskrit grammar in Bengali 



. . . translated into English with additions and 
alterations ... by Raj Krishna Banerjea. Seventh 
edition, revised and improved, pp. 212. Calcutta, 
1880. 12°. 



39 



ISV— JAG 



iSVAEACHANDRA VIDYASAGARA. 
Vakn paukhaya. 

See YlsVAMiniARACIlAKANA DasA. ^«l*tr<ll>il cfc. 

[Vurnajjaricliaya. A vocabulary of words occur- 
ring in Pt. ii. of I. Y.'s reader of the same name.] 
[1878.] 16^ 



^?t I TToii"s5 ^«i ) [VarnapariclKiya. Bengali 

spelling-book.] 2 Pt. ^-r«1<-T4l "iSi^V [Calcutta, 

1861.] 12°. 

Pt. I. is of the •2U^ rt. II. of the VMh edition. 

2Pt. :^fiT^r5n:»^vv[<^"^f»/'fl.l8G4-63.] 12°. 

Pi. I. is of the '21th, Pt. II. of the nihediiion. 

Vidhavavivaha. — Bciignli. 

See Kalidasa Maitra. C«T|sr^ <f'S5? cte. 

[Paimarbliava khandana. A refutation of I. Y.'s 
YiiUiaviivivaha, a treatise in favour of widow mar- 
riage.] [1855.] 12°. 

See Eamadhana Tarkai'anciianaxa Bhatta- 



charya. sr^ ^TTFl fTfiTTf^TTn I [Propositions against 
Hindu widow marriage, especially directed against 
I. Y.'sYidhavavivaba.] S(in.d: and Bctitj. [1867.] 8°. 

f^S(4ir<<ts 'SfbH^ii ^«?1 ^f^ f^ T| 1 [Yidha- 



vavivaha . . . uchita ki nil. Is widow marriage to 
be admitted or not ?] 2 Pts. pp. 16, 163. *re1<tt^l 
^fe^^ [Calcutta, 1854-55.] 8°. 

Second edition, pp. vi. 184. <-r«1*-T4l 'iS>'i>8 



[Calcutta, 1857.] 8°. 

[xVnotber copy.] 

Yidhavavivaiia. — English. 
Marriage of Hindu widows, by Eshwar Chandra 



A'idyasagar. [An English translation of I. Y.'s 
Vidhavavivaha.] pp. ii. 94. Calcutta, 1856. 8°. 

Yyakaraxa-KaumudT. 

Yyakarana-kaumudi, or Outlines of San- 



skrit Grammar [in Bengali.] 4 pt. Calcutta, 
1879-81. 12°. 

Pt. I. is of the \Ath edition, Pts. II. and III. of the 15th. 
and Pt. IV. of the 5lh edition. 

iSVAKACHANDRA VANDYOPADHYAYA. 

See Sankara Acharya. f^C^^ F^Sfrfl [Yiveka 
chiidamani. With a metrical translation by 
i. Y.] [1877.] 8^ 

ISVARA SARKAR. (?rf*f«f%TT? 't'T^ ^' 
[Gopanavihara. Mythological stories in verse.] I't. 
i. pp. ii. 103. ^fWr3l ^nirb [Calcutta, 1864.] 12°. 



'IZZAT ALLAH. For a versified translation of 
Niliiil f'liand's Hindustani version of the Persian 
Gul i bakawali of ' I. A. See Ikadat, Muu.'ihi. 
C^t ts1<<? T<<f^ « ^Si«,^?:*<l ^^ I [1879.] 8°. 

See Kkdaranatha GaSgopadiiyava. CTt- 



Z^^<-1^f^ 5rr&^ I [Gul i bakawali niitaka. A 
drama founded on the Gul i bakawali of 'I. A.] 

[1881.] 8°. 

JADUB CHUNDER CHUCKERBUTTY. See 
Yadavachandr.\ ChakravartT. 

JADU NATHA MUKHERJI. See Y.iDUNATUA 
Mukhopadiiyaya. 

JAGACHCHANDRA MAJUMDAR. See Har- 
.siiADEVA. c*f^4r5f?'5 I etc. [The first four Sargas of 
the Naishadhaeliarita, translated into Bengali prose, 
by J. M.] [1862.] 8^ 

JAGADDURLAVA VASAKA. f^ jJ^^Tf^ I 

etc. [Kuutukuratniivrtll. Chemical and pyrotechnic 
experiments, conjuring and amusing tricks, taken 
chiefly from English sources.] jjp. xii. 130. ^fsT^rsl 
"i59^b"[C'rtA7^//'/, 1869.] 12=-. 

2nd edition, pp. vii. ii. 144. <■ [51*141 "i^h-a. 

[Calcutta, 1878.] lv!°. 

JAGADINDRANARAYANA VASU. 
•11^* I [YilasavatI niitaka. A drama in 
pp. 104. ^^TTI -iiyr-Q. [Calcutta, 1863.] 

JAGADiSA TARKALANKARA. A treatise on 
commerce b}- Jogodish Tarkalankar. Tlfq^ lf*T<l I 
[Biinijyadarpana.] pp. 1-J3. ^^osfffj 'iJs^^, [Kyislt- 
naijur, 18G5.] 12°. 

TfTrf^l 1 [Yasantikii. A Bengali novel.] 

pp. 141. ^-f c K -rsl -iiyj-X [Calcutta, I860.] 8°. 

JAGADISVARA. Begin. ^fsK-T'*! F?<l *1Z^ 
1f^ ^'IT'I I End. ^f5 ?TlTT3^.5rf TflfT^S ^tcT II 
[Uiisyiirnava. A Sanskrit plaj- by J. translated into 
Bengali prose and verse, with the verse portions of 
the original text.] pp. 116. [Calcutta? 1840?] 12°. 
A'o title page or indication of date or place of imprint. 

JAGANMOHANA TARKALANKARA. See 

K.\LiDASA. "^raSsffll^^tT •<i1j<? [Sakuntala, trans- 
lated by J. T. and Harischandra Kaviratna.] 
[1869.]' 8°. 

See Mah.Ibharata. [Entire work.] ^ 

U^l »|<14° I etc. [Sanskrit text with a translation 
into Bengali by J. T. and others.] [1862-73.] fol. 




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JAG— JAY 



JAGANMOHANA TARKALANKARA. 'SVe 

Maiiabiiarata. TTlTHTTfTfr ''^f- [Sanskrit text, with 
a Bengali translation by J. T.] [1870, etc.} 8°. 

See Parasara. «T?f*r?^?f^ [Pariisara- 



sarahita, with a Bengali translation by J. T.] 
[1878.] 8°. 

See PuRANAS. — Kalkipurarin. ■»rrg'5f^T*f I 



^srTtri I [Rainayana, translated into j^rose by J. T.] 
[1882, etc.'] 4'/ 

?f?*5^ bVii) I [Ilarischandra charita, or an 



account of the life of Harischandra, king of Oudh.] 
pp. ii. 76. ^fwra ^^-iti ICalcutta, 1868.] 12°. 

JAGANNATHAPRASADA MALLIKA. ''T^^^ 
^s?f??'«it I [Sabdakali)a turai'iginl. A Bengali voca- 
bulary of Persian, Arabic, English and Hindustani 
words in ordinary use ; with a brief grammatical 
sketch of the composition of f^anskrit words and 
sentences.] pp. viii. 20:3. "i^sa [Calcutta ? 18:J8.] 8°. 

JAGANNATHAPRASADA VASTJ. See Valai- 
ciiANDA Gos-^AMi. 'ST^a *il<i*i°^^ I [Saiiglta sara- 
saingraha. A selection of songs from the writings 
of J. Y. and others.] [1880.] 12°. 

JAGANNATHA TARKAPANCHANANA. [Life.'] 
See Umachakaxa Bhattaciiarya. 'gF'jfJT'y "s^^f- 
SPT'''' I ■^t^^ ^'^ I [Jaganniitha Tarkapauchanana 
jivanavritta.] "'[1880.] 8°. 

JAHAJAYATRA. -SfTrfSf ^Tf^Sl I [Jiihiijaj-atra, or 
The voyage to India. A dialogue between a missionary 
and a Hindu on the objects of mission labour.] pp. 13. 

[Chiima-ah, 1819.] 8°. 

A sequel to this, or 2nd dialogue named Siargayatra is 
separately catalogued. 

JAHARILALA SILA. ■JTSITTTI iT'^f I [Samasyii 
samgraha. A collection of riddles comjiiled by J. S. 
with the assistance of Mahesachandra Mitra.] Pt. ii. 
pp. m. '^■U< M >\ -iK-i^ [Calcutta, 186-3.] 12°. 
Wanting Ft. I. 

2 pt. 3rd edition, pp. 36, 36. ^ftW-tAl %^<i5> 

[Calcutta, 1869.] 12°. 



<-r«*<Jr?rf1 etc. [Sanskrit text, with a Bengali trans- 
lation by J. T.] [1870.] 8°. 

See YalmTki. ^STtfit^f^ ^r^fg^ <rf=#tf%- 2f ^t3 



JANAElNATHA GANGOPADHYAYA. "srsTf- 
fsj^t •ff^ I [AnathinI niitaka ; or The orphan. 
A drama on domestic life in Bengal.] pp. 76. 
tt^ 'i^^'i [Chinsurah, 1879.] 8°. 

JANAMEJAYA GHATAKA. Sst^S^ ;pfT I 
[Jfianatattvadarsana. A treatise on various systems 
of Hindu philosoph}-.] pp. xii. 2-52, vii. ^f^TTTSl 
-i^-b-l [Calcutta, \mi.] 8". 

JANAMEJAYA MITRA. Wf^ff ^t?t(:«ir^ "BrgTW^f 
Tfl ^arT'TtlT ^5rg~^5rf«l^1 I [A.shtildasa mahapuranlya 
anukramanika. A summary of the contents of each 
of the eighteen Puriinas.] pp. -42. ^fwm •illl 
[Calcutta, 1855.] 12^ 

[Another copy.] 



JAN MUHAMMAD. 9TwT??TrW^ I [Hazar 
raas'alah, or The thousand questions put to the 
Propliet by 'Abd Allah ibn Saliim, with the 
Prophet's answers. A metrical paraphrase in 
Muhammadan Bengali, by J. M., probably taken 
from the Hindustani version of the Arabic original.] 
pp. 76. ^r«l<-lal ^^V5» [Siddikii/ah Press : Calcutta, 
1879.] 8^ 

Another edition.] pp. 68. ^f^r^fSl ^!tV5i 



[Kaiiialdkdnta Press : Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 

[Another edition.] pp. GS. <-U'i:-\ii) ^^V^ 



[Rari/iara Press : Calcutta, 1879.] 8^ 

JATIMALA. ^«f ■gfTfs^rr^n [Jatimalil, a treatise 
on caste. Followed by another work similarly 
entitled from the Parasurama samhita.] Sansk. and 
Beng. pp. 19. -i^li [Calcutta, 1867.] 8°. 
Ifo title page. 

JAYADEVA. See Arunod-^ya Ghosha. Sl^^Hf- 
^5'1"5F?T^o etc. [Padakalpataru. A collection of 
poems from the works of Jayadeva and others.^ 
[1866.] obi. 8\ 

Mt^'1ir4*H etc. [Gltagovinda. Sanskrit text 



with a translation into Bengali prose.] pp. ii. 136. 
'^U ^ \i\ ^*.^V [Calcutta, 1861.] 8\ 

JAYAGOPALA GOSVAMi. FT^^rritl I [Charu- 
gathil. ^liscellancous short poems.] pp. 88. 
<t-rg1<t- T A l -iK-iV- [Calcutta, 1871.] 12^ 



< | >i<Ht g 1 I [Yasavadatfil. A tale adajjted 



JAMAL AL-DfN. f^^t^ sTsTl I [Bebhilsnilma. 

A love stoiy in JIuhaminadan Bengali verse.] ' from the Sanskrit romance of Subandhu.] pp. Si). 

pp.118. ^f^^T^ ^W [Crt/wi'i'ff, 1880.] 8°.' ' ^fsT^rsl :»^5.v [Ca/cH^i-ff, 1861.] 12°. 

41 



JAY— JOIT 



JAYAGOPALA GUPTA. See RAMANimn Gupta. 

^4<l S ?rT? 1 [Ciltaratna grantha. The poetical 
woiks of Ivainanidbi Gupta, with an introductory 
sketch of his life and writings by J. G.] [1868.] 8°. 

JAYAGOPALA TARKALANKARA. Sre Maiia- 
BHAUATA. [Entiue WORK.] Tho Muhabharut : 
translated into Benfjalee verse, by Kasee Dass ; and 
revised . . . by Joy Gopal Turkulunkar. IS.'iG. 8^. 

Srr \llA■.\^[.\yc.\^L\ Gosvajh. Si|f<npr^"5T^3 



^^3r<iuij<t.c?fT^S II [Krishnastotra, with a Bengali 
paraphrase in verse by J. T.] [1817.] 8^. 

JAYAGOVINDA EAYA CHAUDHTJRi. Sec 
Sanatana GosvamT. Silir'5T''ra'"5T^ l ifr. [lihagavat- 
amrita, translated by J. K. C'h.] [18.j4.] 8^ 

JAYANARAYANA TARKAPANCHANANA. 

See Sav \N A( 11 AitVA. Sarvadarsanu sangralia in 
Bengali by J. T., etc. 1801. 8°. 

JAYANARAYANA VANDYOPADHYAYA. 
Parijat-bikasl). A tale bj' JojTiarain Banerjea. 
«Tff?5fn f^r«f I pp. 100, ii'. C'aktifta, 1863. 8°. 

JESUS CHRIST. The history of Christ, the 

Saviour of the world. CSf^rrs? STl^T^I -^IztTTf^flfsf) 

[Jagater triinakartil Khrlshtojwkhviina.J i>p. 70. 

[Serampiir? IsiO ?] S\ 

Jesus the Saviour and the Penitent Thief. 



'fbS 3rf«1^^ [YTsu trilnakarta.] pp. 22. Calcutta, 

1844. 12°. 

This forms No. 47 JfiscfU. Series issued ly the Calcutta 
Christian Tract and Book Society. 

The life of Christ, the Saviour of the world. 



^iP'eT?^ >2r^ ^•'3 ^tZ^? ^^ ■^«K I [Jagattilraka 
Prabhu Ylsu Khrishter charitravarnana.] pp. 36. 
Calcutta Chridian Tract and Book Societi/, 1835. 12°. 

The life of Christ, in Bengali verse. — *)jyf4 



?fF3 srx '^■^ irtr^? ^1T35 I [Prabhu Ylsu Khrishter 
charitra.] pp. \i. 200. Calcutta, 1858. 8°. 

JIMUTAVAHANA. fsi^^ixll^ " '' ^^ in?«T^S [J.'s 
Diiyabhiiga. or Hindu Law of Inheritance, Sanskrit 
text and commentary, and a Bengali translation of 
the text according to the commcntarj'.] pp. iv. 325. 
< ^r^<t l J>1 ^Vl' [Calcutta, 1870.] 4^ 

JiVANAKRISHNA CHATTOPADHYAYA. 

■»T?4<c*i<i <2r?T^^ I [Bharatavarsher puriivritta. 
A historj- of India from the earliest times to the 
close of the ^logul dynasty.] 6th edition, jjp. ii. 103. 
^r^ifTsI -ivis. ^Calcutta, 1879.] 12". 



JIVANAKRISHNA SENA. Srft ( Hj l ^A f'T'PI 1 
[(Jli;irT inerfiiiiat siksliil. Simple instruetions on tho 
repairing of clocks ] Pt. I. pp. !). ^-f'lK-til ^^V-a 
[Calcutta, 1879.] 8^ 

JNANANANDA SARASVATI. See Kai.Tpka- 
SANXA Ghosha. '^\\ "i^ 4Z^^M I [Bhriintivinoda. 
Essays, being a rei)rint of articles which appeared 
in the Bandhava, under the signature of Jn. S.] 
[1881.] 8°. 

JNANANJANASALAKA. ^TaTS^si-srirr^l [Jilii- 
niiiijanasaliikii, or A lance broken for wisdom. A 
libellous attack upon an anonymous reviewer of the 
I'ashandapldana, in the Chaudi'ikii.] pj). 14. [Calcutta, 
1823?]' 8°. 

JNANARASATARANGINf. Begin "sfR-l II (Iff^T- 

TTs -^-^j -5rf3 f^?-? »ii:«i|9<i etc. End. TT'.r^fsr^^frs 

[An abstract of Vaishnava doctrines. Sanskrit text, 
with Bengali translation.] pp. 76. [Calcutta, 
1828.] 8^ 

TFithotd title page. 

JNANENDRAKUMARA RAYA CHAUDHURI. 

jr^-j-o I [^llnatattva. The fishes of Bengal, witii 
directions how to catch and cook them, and remarks 
on the fish trade of Bengal.] pp. ii. ii. 154. 
<-r^<t-l i 1 ^^Vfe [Calcutta, 1883.J 12°. 

JNANODAYA. WfT^Tfilf? I ^(-5>) TTo«tJl II [Jfiano- 
daya. A series of articles, principally ethical, 
historical, and geograi^hical, in j)ts.] [Calcutta, 
1850 ?] 8°. 

JODOO NATH CHATTERJEE. See Yadux.\THA 
CHATT()l'.\niIV.\VA. 

JOGENDERNAUTH CHATTERJEA. ^e YoGEX- 

I)KAN.\TIIA ChATT()1'AUIIV.\VA. 

JOGODISH TARKALANKAR. See JagadTsa 
Tarkai.ankara. 

JOHNSON (Samuel), LL.D. The history of 
Rasselas, prince of Abyssinia. A tale by S. J. . . . 
Translated into Bengalee by Maharaja Kalee-krishna 

Bahadur . . . ^f?fWfsf?Kif^ n^r^m jTr^r^rnrmTf- 

•siSX^l pp. viii. 263. Engl, and Beng. ^fsT^T^l 'i'iaa 
[Calcutta, 1883.] 8°. 

Rasselas. A free translation by Tara Shankar 

Tarkaratna. <lTC>i=lTH I PI>- viii. 242. Calcutta, 
185>. 12°. 



42 



JOS— KAL 



JOSEPH. ^T^TfVs ciit>i<:ir-<i ^«>rf«rjf^ i [Kuvas- 

tliiiiivita Yosajjljer ujjakbyaua, or The storj'of Joseph, 
a London porter. A Christian tract.] pp. 8. 
[Serampur, 1820?'] 12°. 

JOSEPH, f/ir Pntriarch. IIMorij.—See Bible. — 
Old Testament. — Genesis. The history of Joseph, etc. 
1819. 8°. 

History of Joseph. iiyiip<i sf-ipt^ I 



[Yusapher itihasa.] pp. 51. \_Cak-utta], 1842. 12". 
School-book Series, Ko. 15. 

JOT GOPAL TURKULUNKAR. See Jayagopala 
Takkalanivara. 



JOYNABAIN BANERJEA. 

Vandyop.\dhyaya. 



See Jayaxarayana 



JUDIT GOPAUL CHATTERJEA. See Yadu- 

G0P.\L.4. ClIATTOr.\DHY.\YA. 



THAKURA. ^ipwrt 
A romance, in the form 



JYOTIRINDRANATHA 

•ffW I [AsrumatI uiitaka. 
of a drama, on the story of the war between Pratapa 
Simha of Mewar, and Selini, son of Akbar.] 
2nd edition, pp. 204:. ^f^HI :»^V-V \_C(ikutta, 
1881.] 8". 

^<i»r<-i>»»J •rfb^ 1 [Puruvikrama niltaka. A 

drama on the wars between Porus, King of the 
Punjab, and Alexander the Great ] 2nd edition, 
pp. 119. <?r^ «t -|al ^V'i {Calcutta, 1879.] 8". 

>l(:<lir&i^ 5rr&^ I [SarojinI nataka. A drama 



on the invasion of Chittor b}' Allah Al-DTn of Delhi, 
and the heroism of its Rajput defenders.] 2nd edition, 
pp. 18.5. ^fwra ^V [Calcutta, 1878.] 8°. 

"^^r^rft •rf^^ I [Svapnamayl niitaka. A 



historical drama, in five acts.] pp. 189. ^fwPSI 
■i^vv [Calcutta, 1882.] 8°. 

JYOTISHASARASAMGRAHA. Sl^l^'T? ^WW- 
^TOR "s'JtTR %"^ CfeJtf-iii ■Jrr?^°-«r^ etc. [Jyotisha- 
siirasamgraha. A manual ot' Hindu astrology, 
attributed to the god Siva. Sanskrit text with a 
Bengali translation by Riimachandra Yidyavilglsa.] 
pp. vi. 136. [Calcutta, 1867.] 8\ 

KADARNAUTH CHATTERJEE. See Kedara- 

KATHA CUATTOPADHYAYA. 



KADER 

Datta. 



NAITTH DUTT. See Kedaraxatha 



KAI KUBAD, pseud. <-JJ^ii -Wt^nt I [Kusuraa- 
kanana, or The flower-garden. Miscellaneous poem.s.] 
2nd edition, Pt. I. pp. ii. 14-3. ^^VV- Nannar, 
1881. 12'. 

KAILASACHANDRA GHOSHA. See Manu. 
4Jt(,>i?f^1 etc. [ilanusamhita. A criticism by K. Gh. 
on parts of the 10th chapter of the Institutes of 
Manu.] [1880.] 16^ 

KAILASACHANDRA MAITI. Sagarasnana . . . 
iTT^f?-'^*f I [An account in verse of a bathing 
festival at the Saugar island.] pp. 41. <-r^<.|4| 
^^VV [Calcutta, 1881.] 12\ 

KAILASACHANDRA SARKAR. ^SITTffifwt 

3T?5r^ I [TattvabodhinI samgraha. A series of 
articles on natural science, reprinted from the 
TattvabodhinI patrika, a monthly journal, edited 
by K. S.] Pt. I. pp. iv. 81. W^ ^'ib-O [Dacca, 
1861.] 12^ 

KAILASACHANDRA SIMHA. (StftiTd'^j '^1^5^- 
t>r<ia I [Joyauer jivanacharita. A brief account of 
the life of Joan of Arc] pp. iv. 115, iv. ^f^T^TSI 
T>^V?. [Calcutta, 1879.] 16°. 

KAILASACHANDRA TARKARATNA. Root of 
conduct ... by Koylash Chuudcr Turkrutua. ftfT??^ I 
[Short essays on caste and social life.] pp. ii. 1-38, iv. 
^^ ^^is, [Hugli, 1862.] 12". 

KAILASACHANDRA VANDYOPADHYATA. 

See Pushpauaxta. nEl<t »)f?_4iS4 [Mahimuah stava, 
with a prose paraphrase in Bengali by K. V.] 
[1867.] 8°. 

^^^rft?*r ^t-sir-Vffl *tJf?fT<r I [Unavimsa satiib- 



dir pyilgambar, or The prophet of the nineteenth 
century. An attack on Kesavachandra Sena and his 
Brahmist followers.] pp. 31. Ff^ ^V-V-' [Dacca, 
1880.] 12°. 

KAILASAVASINI DEVI. The Ilindu female 
education and its progress by Koylas Yasini Davi 
f^^S; ^RsTf^rtT? fWrsJTTf « 3T?T? Tfqc^fs [Hindu 
abalakuler vidyabhyiisa.] pp. o9. ^f^^Iil 'i'iV-'i 
[Calcutta, 1865^.] 12". 

Hindu Females, by Koylasbasiney Davi. 



(r?,'ii,»)r?.c:1f'?f?:i<[ ft*n"5Yl I ) [Hindu mahiliiganer 
hiniivastha. On the social position of Hindu women 
from childhood to widowhood ; a plea for female 
education.] pp. vi. 72. Calcutta, 1863. 8°. 



43 



KAK— KAL 



KAKBHUSHUNDI, jisi iid. Kakvooshoondy's port- 
folio. ( <^ t <t- gg ^T? *ir?,J1'). A talc illustrative of j 
country life aud raanuers. Pt. 1. pp. 10. Calcutta, 
18G5. " 12-. 

KALACHANDA RAYA. .*^'"• rr.RloniCAi. PuBi.i- 
( MiDNs. — Cahutta. »4 t-gftf<W1 rtr. [Sarvatattva- 
dlpika. Edited by K. R.] [1831.] 8^ 

KALACHANDA SAHMA and VIPRADASA 
MUKHOPADHYAYA. >sm9 ft? T!:^ ■^T.f^tf? ? 
srTST^ STtfe^ I [Ekei ki bale biibugirir' or " I.s this 
the conduct of a gentleman ? " A play in four acts, 
exposing the vices of Bengali Babus of the present 
time.] pp. ii. 38. ^FfsfTTSl 'i'iva [Calcutta, 
1863.] 8°. 

KALEEBER BHUTTACHARJEA. See KalTvara 

BllAI lALIIARVA. 

KALEEPRASANNA GHOSE. See KalTprasanna 

GlIOSlIA. 

KALHANA. Trfef jm%jf^'^ 1 [RiijataranginT, 
or History of Kashmir, trunshited from the Sanskrit 
of K., with critical and explanatory notes and 
quotations from various authors by Lokaniltha 
Ghosha.] «^r:i<M Al :>^!»° {Calcutta, 1883, etc.} 8". 
In progress, 

KALlCHANDRA LAHIDI. See Tattvabodiia. 
C<llrl ^"S^CTtSf [With Bengali translation by K. L.] 
[1883.] 8^ 

KALiCHARANA GHOSHA. "W^ gdi&iH I ^1 
^Tf-C^r^" I [Adbhfita Indrajilla. A treatise on magic, 
compiled from English and Sanskrit sources.] Pt. I. 
pp. U;. ^^m-i-\ •i^b-l [Calcutta, 1880.] 8^ 

KALIDASA. 

Two OR MORE Works. 
The Sririgaratilaka and Adirasa, two erotic poems 
ascribed to K., with a Bengali paraphrase. See 
Sihlana Misra. ■*r\fT^'5^- etc. [The Stintisataka, 
etc.] 1817. 8°. 

"at^^'fT? Tpq^ ^f^^ -srsri^ .^tirrf^ ^^l^r 

^qsri II etc. [Ritusaiiiliilra, or Description of the 
seasons, preceded by the Xavaratna and Pancharatna; 
and verses in eulogy of King Vikramiidilya of 
Kamiita. Sanskrit text with Bengali translations 
by Navakiinta Tarkapafichanana and I'rasanna- 
chandra Gupta.] ^fsTTTSl :»V8V [Calcutta, 1848.] 8°. 
Imperfect, the eulogy breaking off after verse /., after which 
a new paginatioti begins. 



KALIDASA. 

Kl'MARASAMiniAVA. 

Sec IIaiumohana Kar.makara. ^STf? *i !(< ^T^J I 
[Kumiirasambhava kiivya. A paraphrase in verse 
of the Sanskrit poem ofK.] [1858.] 12\ 

sm^f? ^rftnrf"^ ^'rt3 ^jrr^jrs-? i [The 



Kumanisambliava, Cantos I. to VII., translated by 
Kedaranatha Tarkaratna.] pp. 60. ^STTTSI 'i^ia 
[Calcutta, 1868.] 8°. 

One of " Maztimdar's Series." 

ilAI,A\"IK"\GMMrrKA. 

srr^lf^^lff^ sif^C^ 5™t5:5Tlr 1 [Miilavikagni- 
mitra. A drama in 5 acts, adapted from Killidilsa's 
Sanskrit drama of the same title. pp. ix. 1I'2. 
^U<- \ i> \ -iX^^ [Calcutta, 1859.] 12'. 

^iKoiiADrTA. — Sanskrit and Beixjali. 

CWS^fs ^T^J I [Meghaduta, Sanskrit text and 

commentary, with a Bengali prose translation of flie 
text.] pp. 136. [Calcutta, 1845 ?] 8^ 

Without title-page. 

Sl^^f^ ^f^nrHnr^ CHya,* ^KJ etc. [Sanskrit 

text with a Bengali translation in verse by Bliuvana- 
chandra Vasiika.] pp. i. 127. ^-fsK-tsI 'i'iVO 
[Calcutta, 1861.] 8°. 

The Meghaduta . . . Edited by Prana IS'atha 

Pandita . . . together with a Bengali metrical trans- 
lation, pp. viii. 125, 46. Calcutta, 1871. 8". 

The text and translation have separate paginations. 

IMeohaduta. — Bengali. 
CT?^ I 'iW^ \iLb <UW *i:^4irir4 I [Meghaduta 
translated into Bengali verse.] pp. ii. 31. ^fcT^tSl 
•iS,^b [Calcutta, 1859.] 8°. 

Eaoth \ amsa. — Sanskrit and Bengali. 

W?i( ^C^^ 'Sr^Tf*^ I . . • Paghuvansa with 

text [and Bengali] translation [by Hemachandra 
Bhattilcharya], "^^r^'^f I etc. pp. iv. vi. 355, 284, 
ii. iv. ^f5I^T31 ^V^O-5>V [Calcutta, 1863-68.] 8^ 
Forming Nos. 1-8 of a series called Vividhapustaka prakusiku. 

Kos. 1 and 2, dated 1864 and 1865 are oj the '2nd edition. 

•^^^ITf^ [The Raghuvamsa, Cantos 1—8, 

Sanskrit text and commentarj-, with notes and 
Bengali and English translations.] See NTlamaxi 
MuKHOPAnnvAVA Ny.Iyalaxk.^ra. Subjects of 
Examination, etc. 1880. 8°. 

TTiqiji^ I [Raghuvamsa, Cantos 1 — 8, 

Sanskrit text, with MaUiuiitha's commentary, and 
Bengali and English translations.] See NavTxa- 
CH.iXDRA ViDY.\R.\TXA. The Sanskrit Course, etc. 
Part I. 1881. 8°. 



44 



KAL 



KALIDASA. 

Raghuvamsa. — Boigali. 

Eaghiivansa of Kalidasa translated into Bengali by 
Chandra Kanta Tarkabhushan . . . ■?5R?'^. 5th 
edition, pp. ii. 140. ^fJT^rsl ^^^'i [Calcutta, 1864.] 8". 

?5R?'*f I [The Raghuvamsa. Cantos I. and 



II., translated by Gopalachandra Chiidamani.] 
pp. 2-4. ^^ra v^bO [Calcutta, 1856.] 12-'. 

Raghuvamsa. — Ap2Jendix. 
See Hammohana Raya. s'J^srfs tTs^ I 



[IndumatI nataka. A drama adapted from the 
Raghuvamsa of K.] [1869.] 8°. 

Ritusamhara. 
'5W"g^??11[ I [The Ritusamhara, translated 



into Bengali verse by Yasodanandana Sarkar.] 
pp. 32. ^f^^T^I -iJj:.- [Calcutta, 1863.] 16°. 

Sakuntala. 

The Oviffuan Sakantollah of Kalidass, trans- 



lated into Bengalee from the original by Nundo- 
coomar Roy. ("STfawr^ *r^"^1 srt&^ I) pp. 176. 
Calcutta, 1855. 8°. 

^rfw-ggtsPT^^^ sttW etc. [The Sakuntala, 



translated by Jaganmohana Tarkalankara and 
Harischandra Kaviratna.] pp. 121. ^f^T^T^I 'i^^^ 
[Calcutta, 1869.] 8°. 

One of" Mazumdar^ s Series." 



Sakuntala. — Appendix. 
See Chandranatha Vasu. ■*f^'^^c(T^5W I 



[Sakuntalatattva. A review of the Sakuntala of K.] 

[i881.] 8°. 

See Harimohaxa Gupta. '"T^^^Y^ I 



[Sakuntala. A poem founded on the drama of K.J 
[1869.] 12°. 

See Isvaraciiandra VidvasTgara. A talc 



from the Sakimtalaof K., (Ve. 7th edition. 1864. 8°. 

— — Twelfth edition. 1879. 8°. 

• See Ramalala Mitra. ^^T^fsi^ pfwTT I etc. 



[Sulalita itihasa, a tale adapted from K.'s drama of 
Sakuntala.] [1853.] 12°. 



YlKRAJIORVAST. 

Vikramorvasi of K., translated into . . . [pr 



oso 



and verse] by Kali Prosonno Sing. (f<l^i:ilr^'*rt 
STT^^ I) pp. iii. 85. Calcutta, 1857. 8". 

feg»WT'3'^ I etc. [Vikramorvasi, translated 



into prose by Dvarakanatha Gupta.] pjj. ii. 98. 
Calcutta, 1862. 8°. 



KALIDASA. fegsr^tT^rt ^tf^ 1 Y^ lT?"^r5? "^ti^Jtlt I 
[An anonymous translation.] jip. 1(16. <• [•n<F'r31 'i^.'ia 
[Calcutta', l^'oH.'] 8. 

ViKRAMORVAsT. — Appendix. 
See Ramasadaya Bhattacharya. A tale 



from the Bikramorbashee [of K.] etc. 1859. 8° 

KALIDASA BHATTACHARYA. See Purna- 
naxija GosvamT. >t^<t-° yU^toT' fsTgi^fsfo [Shat- 
chakra niriipana, with K. Bh.'s translation into 
Bengali.] [1860.] 8°. 

[Another edition.] [1869.] 8°. 

KALIDASA GUPTA. iSfcBAiTAL-PACnTsT. C^TfcT- 
tspf?'?'"rf^ 1 etc. [Yetalapanchavimsati. A transla- 
tion in verse by K. G., of the Baitiil-Pachlsl.] 
[1879.] 12°. 

KALIDASA MAITRA. See SrTnatha De. Begii}. 

. . . [Three speeches delivered by H. Pratt, K. M. 
and Rilmalochana Ghosha, for the purpose of estab- 
lishing a public library and reading-room at Krish- 

nagar.] [1856.] 8°. 

The human frame. An easy and familiar 

introduction to the principles of . . . anatomy and 
physiologv . . . by Kalidas Moitcr, etc. (»Ji'<<ct5 S€ I 

5ITSI1 >£rf^ <a. -Sepsis ^srfs c^r^ra "sT^nr . . . f^<js.) 

[Manavadehatattva.] pp. iv. 74. Serampore, 
1857. 12^ 

iJH<iVf?,ie I etc. [Another cop}'.] 

Without the English title-page. 

"5^"5»t^^ 5]^^ I . . . [Muktiivall nataka. A 

drama in prose, in 4 acts.] pp. ii. 64. <:-fsi<F|iil 'ix.'iti 
[Calcutta, 1857.] 12°. 

[Paunarbhava khandana. Prohibition of widow 
marriage. A refutation of Isvarachandra Yidvasii- 
gara's treatise in favour of widow marriage, by 
K. M.] pp. 56. Sil?TT^ %!^5»^ [Serampur, 
1855.] 12°. 

The Steam Engine and the East India 

Railway [with brief accounts of the places through 
which it passes, and objects of interest], containing 
the history of India, [or rather a short description 
of the country and its former rulers] with a chrono- 
logical table of the Indian princes, from Judister 
down to the j^rcsent time . . . by Kalidas Jloitre . . . 
(^T"*?!? ^=T -8 WT?^^^t? (?=T«C? I) [YashpTya kala.] 
pp. xiv. 324. Serampore, 1855. 12^. 



id 



KAL 



KALIDASA MUKHOPADHYAYA. ^? T? 7i° I 
[Kalir niiva ram, or Nino charactfristics of tlic 
Kaliyuga. An exposure of some of tlie vicious habits 
of "Young Bengal."] pp. 22. ^feT^TfTl ^^VO 
[Cafculla, 1876.] 12°. 

KALIDASA SANNYALA. S^TW^nrft Tf^ I 
[Nala Dainayaiitl iiiltaka. A drama on the story of 
Nala.] pp. ViO. ^FfsTTTSl ^^18 [CdlcKfta, 18G7.] 8°. 

KALIGHAT. T^ SfSTtj ^TTfTt^^ I [iradda majiTr 
Kallghiit. A desciiption in verse of drunken orgies 
during the worship of the goddess Kiili, at Killlghat, 
near Calcutta.] pp. 35. [Ca kiif fa ? ISi'S?] IG'. 

SivAim AKTiruMiAYiNT Saiuia. 



<*1stlyllJ f*f^^"5=^?ntTf?r^ ^rsi l [An account 
of the proceedings of the annual meeting of the 
SivabhaktipradayinI Sabha for the Bengali year 
isOl.] pp. 24. ' Bhowanipur, Calcutta, 1880. 8°. 

KALIKINKARA CHAKEAVAETI. ir35T fff^ 
■^JlT?*!. [Saralapiitha vyiikarana. Bengali grammar, 
in the form of a dialogue between a master and his 
pupil.] rt. I. pp. 101. U^ ^VJS) \_Si/lhct, 
1879.] 8°. 

KALIKRISHNA CHAKRAVARTI. cT^fTSflT (T|) 
?T?'I^'< irpn I [Laiika vijaya yiitra. A drama on the 
concjuest of Ceylon and defeat of Eavana by llama.] 
pp. 03. ^U <M> \ W\r^ {Calctitta, 1879.] 8°. 

TTSt;*) »f<l STf^^ I [Satlprabhiiva niltaka. A 



drama on the stoiy of Siivitrl, from the ^lahabha- 
rata.] pp. 74. ^N<-T41 -iWa [Calcutta, 1879.] 8'. 

KALIKRISHNA DATTA. Charu-niti patha, or 
entertaining lessons in morals, being a collection of 
didactic tales and anecdotes with a few moral 
essays .... FT^^tfj-TT^ I pp. iv. 76. Calcutta, 
1884. 12°. 

KALIKRISHNA DEVA, Raja. See Gay (J.), 
the Poet. Fables . . . with its translation into 
Bengali poetrj^ bj' Raja K. K. Bahadur. 1836. 8°. 

See JoHXsox (S.), LL.D. The history of 

Easselas .... Translated ... by ilahai-aja Kalee- 
krishna Bahadur. [1833.] 8°. 

A genealogical and other accounts of Maha- 

Raja K. Bahadur .... Extracted from the notarial 
papers of G. Collier .... 1836, with additions by 
M. Siret .... The 3rd July, 1840. pp. vii. 14, 7. 
Eng. Pers. Beug. Calcutta, 1841. 12". 



KALIKRISHNA MITRA. (sTffsf SC^ff^f^ W^*^^ I 
. . . . <rs5l1~5TtT? '^ "snsTjCs: [lloniiiipclliik cliikitsil. 
On the honidopathic treatment of dysentery.] pp. 28. 
T^^-S\ [Calcutta, 1868.] 12°. 

KALIKUMARA DASA. ^^Jf^l-STg^ft I [Vyaka- 
ranamanjarl. An elementai-y grammar of the 
Bengali language.] 8th edition, pp. 00. ^«T^f51 
^VS<i [Cakntfa, 1877.] 12°. 

KALIMAYA GHATAKA. An agricultural primer 
.... ?^f^ ^C^'*r I [Kiishi pravesa.] pp. ii. 36. 
<-r^«t -l A l •i^V-o. [Calcutta, 1878.] 12°. 

f^ T^ ! I [Chhinna mastii. A Bengali novel.] 



pp. 190. Calcutta, 1878. 12". 

^rf%-f«f^ I . . . Krislii siksha, being a treatise 



on Indian agriculture with the modern views on the 
subject, pp. iv. iv. 149. ^fcl<t-f4l ^^V-a [Calrtitfa, 
1878.] U\ 

i£f?fJr Ff?TT€^ I [Prafhama eharitashtaka. 



Biographical sketclies of eight eminent Bengali 
authors.] 2ud edition, pp. 148, ii. ■^fr#t 'i\^5» 
[Rugli, 1869.] 12". 

4th edition, pp. lo4. Calcutta, 1880. 12°. 



KALIMOHANA SENA GUPTA. ^»HfeJ<)a I 
[Bhaishajyaratna. A treatise on medicine compiled 
from various l^iropcan and Hindu sources.] pp. xii. 
160, iv. #;r^T"51 ^Wb [Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

KALIPADA MUKHOPADHYAYA. TfF^ ^ I 
. . . Bahooliua tattwa, or a treatise on "violin" by 
Kalypada Mukhopadliya. pp. 170. <-r«1<-l4l ^^V-'i 
[Calcutta, 1874.] 8^. 

srg7'»TSWl I (-*r^^) [Dhanurbhangjipana. 



A farce in three acts illustrative of native social life 
in Bengal.] pp. 60. ?T<IT«I'5^ tWr^ [Benares, 
1879.] 12°. 

KALIPADA VIDYARATNA. Chandrahangsa. A 
tale from the Jeimini Bharata, [another title for the 
Asvamedhikiiparva, or 14th book of the ilahal)lia- 
rata, in the version ascribed to Jaimini.] . . . b ap ? J^r i 
pp. ii. 142. <-rc|<? T ^i» l ^5i.:>'i [Calcutta, I860.] 8-. 

KALIPRASADA KAVIRAJA. >SeeViKRAM.\uiTYA, 
King of Ujjayiifi. ?fai'»r f^??T»f^ ^Tsr^ ^% etc. 
[Batris simhiisaua, a {poetical version by X. K.] 
[1833.] 8°. 

[1879.] 8°. 



46 



KAL 



KALIPRASADA MUKHOPADHYAYA. SR^TT- 

fyrn^ ^pr^ ^i I -^v]<K vi-^viv-ftT ^nT«fJT'f i 

[Nuvarasasindlni, or tlio story of Jaya and JayantI 
in verse.] pp. 216. ^fsj^T^ 'i'iivs [Cakuffa, 
1841.] 8°. 

KALIPRASANNA GANGOPADHYAYA. Mental 
arithmetic in Bengali, based on the native Shuvankar 
[i.e. Subhankara, a treatise on arithmetic by an 
author of the same name], or bazar accounts .... 

^^^? ^5T^ ^rtVTTT^ ^«ii«- TfSiT? fsTTT?' I [Miiua- 
siiiika.] 4th edition. pj). vi. 110. Calcutta, 
1879. 12°. 

KALiPRASANNA GHOSHA. ^f%fe^TlT I 
[Bhriintivinoda. Essays on social subjects, being 
a reprint, with additional matter, of articles which 
appeared in the Biindhava, under the signature of 
Jfiauananda Sarasvatl.] pp. ii. 136. Ff^l >W^ 
{Dacca, 1881.] 8°. 

A discourse on woman [with special reference 



to female education.] By Kaleeprasanna Ghose. 
5'TftstTfs Ryii* >2f^'^ I [NiiiTjati vishayaka 
prastilva.] jDp. 242, ii. ^fwT^ •ife\:> [Calcutta, 
1869.] 8°. 

>*r»r5-fF^ I [Prabhiitachintil, or Morning 

meditations. Essays on various subjects.] 2nd 
edition, pp. 98, viii. Ff^ :>V<iV [Dacca, 1878.] 8°. 

KALIPRASANNA GHOSHALA. A tale from 
the Malatimadhaba of Bhababhuti by Kally 
Prossanna Ghosal. srf^T'st^SR I pp. ii. 68. Calcutta, 
1858. 8°. 

KALIPRASANNA RAYA. t>r<l^4iJgf?t I [Charita- 
mafijarl. Biographical sketches of the Viceroj's of 
India from Lord Clive to Lord Canning, with an 
account of the mutiny of 1857.] pp. ii. ii. 203. 
^^rsl :>J»^8 [Calcutta, 1867.] 12°. 

A criticism on Mcghanada [a poem by Michael 



Madhusudana Datta] by Kallyprosonno Roy. C^'^- 
siTlr >iiltd!^tb»( [Mcghanada samiilochana.] pp. 65. 
■^^mt ^^"i^ [Jllirjli, 1870.] 12°. 

KALIPRASANNA SENA GUPTA. Boeshaika 
Byabahara, or Forms of divers subjects requisite for 
the management of every day aii'airs of the public. 
For the use of schools in general, and benefit 
of persons in business by Rai Kallee Prosonno 
Sen. r^tiril* ^^'^TT? PP- xii. 156. Hooglili/, 
1863. 8°. 



KALIPRASANNA SENA GUPTA. Urdii-upa- 
desa, or an Urdu treatise in the Bengali character 
intended to help the Bengali gentlemen in learning 
Urdu, and for the use of schools [with an English 
preface, grammatical rules in Bengali, and an ap- 
pendix in Sanskrit verse on the author's genealogv] 
by Rai Kaliprasanna Sen. ■^■^^friT'r I ^sri«. ^^T^Tl 
'^^^? ^t,f*r5?r|-^5^ I pp. 190, ii. -t-fiK-l ii \ij-ll 
[Calcutta, 1S77.] 8". 



^^^T'^ fTTT^TflT? fsnrw I (Zemindaree Darshana, 
or Zemindaree and mohajoonee accounts .... by 
Rai Kallee Prosonno Sen.) pp. iii. 95. '^'ir^ 'i^V-S 
[Ilugli, 1863.] 8^ 

KALIPRASANNA SIMHA. See also Hutom- 
pvAxciiA, p-scud. [i.e. Kai.Tprasaxxa Simha.] 

Sec Bhavabhuti. Malatee Mudhaba, .... 



Translated into Bengalee from the original Sanscrit 
by Eali Prusno Sing. 1859. 8°. 

See Kalidasa. Vikramorvasi of Kalidasa, 

translated into Bengali by Kali Prosonno Sing. 
1857. 8°. 

KALIPRASANNA VANDYOPADHYAYA. 

^(:355f«rirl l «tg-^^t?J l [Lukresiya. A poem on the 
rape of Lucrctia, founded on Shaksjjere's poem 
" The rape of Luci-ece."] pp. iii. 72, iii. ^5 <l T*?t<ar?f 
V^V!> [Bhawanipur, 1880.] 12^ 

f^^tW-^ffssrl I [Yishiidapratima. A play on 



the insult offered to DraupadI by Duryodhana.] 
pp. 24. '«?"r^<a:? -iKyrl [Bhawanipur, 1880.] 12^ 

KALIPRASANNA VIDYARATNA. Benmili 

o^ramiuar for the use of the vernaeidar and Auirlo- 
vernacidar schools . . . '^^t«Tl ?JT^1 I [BiThgalii 
vj'iikarana.] 6th edition, pp. 332. 'i^V-'i [Calcutta, 
1879.] 12°. 

FT^jftf^WI [ChilrudTpikii. A key to the 



third pt. of the Chiirupatha of Akshayakumara 
Datta.] 2nd edition, pp. 198. ^fslTTSl 'i^i.V'i 
[Calcutta, 1881.] 12°. 



KALI PROSONNO SING. 

Simha. 



See Kai.Tprasanna 



KALIVARA VEDANTAVAGfSA BHATTA- 
CHARYA. See Mahaisharata. [Entire work.] 
T^HTT'l'IJ ''''''■ [Sanskrit text, with a separate prose 
translation by K. V. Bh. and others.] [1871, etc,] B". 



47 



KAL— KAS 



KALIVARA VEDANTAVAGISA BHATTA- 
CHARYA. "Br^T^ ^,'^' '^'^'^ ^nf^T? ?T"5r5»'Jn 
. . . Tlie Akal KumIiii, or tlie Princess of Ajmeer. 
[A tale] by Kulceber BhuttacLarjea. jjp. 93. 
Calcutta, 1869. 12°. 

Sankha [-s/c] Philosophy, together with an 



cpitoiuo of Iliiidu philosophy in general. Part I. 
Principlcsof Cognition. ..(.Second edition) irr^rjjp'fif I 
[Siii'ikhvadarsana.J etc. p]). x. iv. xxiv. P3G. Cakutfa, 
1883. "l2=. 

KALLY PROSANNA GHOSAL. See KalTpra- 

SAXNA GhOSUALA. 

KALYPADA MUKHOPADHYA. See Kai.Tpada 

MUKHOPADHYAYA. 

KAMALACHANDRA VASU. Sl5"f?? STf^^cn 
cil7^ "3^ fs'Si^l I [Sriharir niaiiavallla. ^'erscs on 
the sj)orts of Krislina and Padlia.] pp. ii. 100. 
<Ff5T^'5l ^\V-^ [Calnttta, LSSO.] 12^ 

KAMINI DEVI. {TTC^ -gaTTST ^V^ I [Riimer 
vanavilsa niitaka. A drama on the exile of 
Riinia.] Second edition, pj). OS. ^f^^'SI ^IJoJs 
ICalcidta, 1877.] 8^ 

[Another copy.] 



KAMINIGOPALA CHAKRAVARTI. •"P'TtsT'tp'R 
Tl ^IWlfSTt It^J I [Susisandursana, or iSketches of 
modern Hindu life, in the form of a drama.] pp. 
ii. 70. ^U^Vb ^ Wh-^ [Calcutfa, 1879.] 12°. 

KAMINIKLESA. Wtf^'^t CWt I [Kiiminlklesa. 
A poem on the trials of women when neglected by 
their husbands.] pp. ii. 30. <t-fc1<-|41 ^IVa \_Cak-utla, 
1863.] 12°. 

KAMINI SUNDARI, Devi. ^J^fSTI ?^^5nf 1 [Kal- 
paniikusuma, or Flowers of thought. Short poems.] 
pp. 105. ^U^\M ^\VV ICalcHtta, 1881.] 12^ 

KAMOLLASA. Begin. ■^'■^\CV\^Vi\^'-W^ II 
[Kamolliisa, or speculations on JJrabma, or the divine 
source of creation, and on the mysterj' of procreation, 
in the form of a dialogue in verse between Bhairava- 
Siva and Bhairavl-Parvatl. Translated from the 
Sanskrit.] pp.50. [CV/^^/i-ff? 1808?] 8°. 
No title page. 

KANAILALA DE. ?lTr?^-f^"5n^ I [Rasiiyana- 
vijniina.] Elements of chemistry, in Bengali, by 
Kanny Loll Dej'. Second edition, jjp. 441. Calcutta, 
1877. 8°. 



KANAILALA SILA. Sl^TtrfFTf^q I -BTSTtt Sl^rp 
^■=R-RC^ S4lfil<rr'«fT?^'g'3 ^^m sr^J^tai <■/*■•. [GltachintS- 
niani. A collection of Vaishnava songs in honour 
of Eadhii and Krishna. Com])iled from dilferent 
Bengali and Sanskrit authors and newly revised by 
K. S.] pp. 112. Calaitia, 1857. 8°. 

WR>I^f%^ 3^ I '-/'■. [.Tniinasankalinl tantra. 



a mystic dialogue on final beatitude, ('onjposed in 
Sanskrit and translated into Bengali by K. S.] pp. 21. 
*r«1*f4l :»^5.S) [Caleiitta, 1862.] 8°. 

KANISHTHA — KULASTHAYITVA — KARIKA. 

lliyiii. -^V ^fiiS ^cl'^f?^ ^Tf?^1 I [A treatise in 
verse on genealogical questions regarding Kulin 
Brahmins.] pp. 12. [Caleatta, 1854 ?] 8°. 

KANNY LOLL DEY. See Kanah.ala De. 

KANTICHANDRA RADHI. Landmarks of the 
histoi'v of l)iiti>li Lidia . . . Second edition. -»(<! s<)c^ 
9°3TSi <rr^j:^? ^tf^« tfr^l'yr l [Hhiiratavarslio 
Iniraj riijatver sarakshipta itihilsa.] pp. 108. 
Cila'ifla, 1880. 12°." 

KARMAKARTA. A laughable and instructive 
farce [on extravagance in funeral ceremonies]. ^^- 
^1 1 jip. 72. ?rfWm :>\VV [Caleutta, 1881.] 12°. 

KABR (Walter Scott Setox) and RAJENDRA- 
LALA MITRA. nS-C^lTft ^T^T ^^lf^ (cT«lra^ 
^^fW*r^ ^r^ , . . I'atia-Kauniudi ; or book of letters, 
etc. Containing letters of correspondence, com- 
mercial and familiar; with zamindary and legal 
foi-ms, etc., etc. Compiled by . . . W. S. Seton- 
Karrand Pajendralala Mitra. pp. xii. 100. Calcutta, 
1863. 12°. 

KARTIKAPRASADA PANDE. nfTf'/fWf? ^T?^ 
.STT'Srnr? I [Padiirthavidyilr sarala prasnottara. A 
catechism on the elements of natural science.] 
pp. 76. m^) -iWrl [Daeea, 1880.] 12°. 

KASIDASA MITRA. See Periodical Publica- 
Tioys.— Benares. ^f^t^T^T^^Tf^f^ • . . [The Kiisl- 
vilrttaprakasika. Edited by K. M.] 1851. 4". 



Sri&^ si ii\< I [GuptalUa, or Secret amours. Erotic 
poems.] pp. viii. 32, lith. <rr?T'l'^ 'i'i'io [Benares, 

1851.] 8°. 

KASiNATHA-DASA GUPTA. ^^JTn«lf%5rrf»m 
^ff^^ [Kanyapana vinilsikii jiustika. A treatise 
directed against the practice of pai-ents' selling their 
daughters in marriage ; with quotations from Sanskrit 
authorities.] pp. ii. ii. 55. ^f^TTTSl 'i^5»5» [Calcutta, 
1859.] 12°. 



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KAS— KED 



KASINATHA DASA GUPTA. '"RfWtf'^f^ etc. 
[Sabdadljjikit. A Bengali dictionary on a new 
system of arrangement.] Pt. I. jjp- 100. Ff^ 'i^Vb 
[Bacca, 1879.] 8°. 

In progre&s ? 

KASINATHA MUKHOPADHYAYA. f^^S^- 
^•■*'nf'''?rt*f [Railway Companion, or Stories told 
during a railway journey in India.] Pt. I. pp. 52. 
<tr«W-l4l -iW" [Calcutin, 18G3.] 12°. 

KASINATHA SENA GUPTA. <TW-^T^«I I 
[Padya vyiikarana. An eleraentar}' Bengali grammar 
in verse.] pp. 40. sr^sHfyf"^ 'iV^ \_Maimansinh, 
1880.] 12°. 

KASINATHA TARKAPANCHANANA. See 
KlUSHNAMISRA. ^li|?f?§ I . . . . ^Sr^fiTf^ ^T^PS^- 

J^'q^ I etc. [Atmatattvakaumudi, being a para- 
phrase by K. T. and others of Krishnamisra's 

Prabodha-chandrodaya.] [1822.] 8°. 



[1862.] 12°. 



irfW 



[Another edition.] 



See VlSVANATIIA 

CHARYA TaKKALANKARA. 



Panchanana Biiatta- 
A System of Logic ; 
written in Sunscrit by the .... Sage Boodh .... 
Translated into Bengalee by Kashee Nath Turko- 
punchanun. 1821. 8°. 

KASINATHA TARKAVAGISA. See Nandalala 
ViUYARATNA. ■g^STTsn [Vratamillii, Sanskrit text 
with a Bengali translation by K. T.] [1867.] 8°. 

KASINATHA VASU. See Krishnamohaxa 

Vandyopadhyaya. Truth defended . . . Strictures 
upon . . . Baboo Kasinatha Bosu's tract on Hinduism 
and Christianity. 1841. 8°' 



« ^e-n5JT«I ^ftJnr3t5( fsrfsTe l [Darsanadlpika. 
A review of native and English writers on the social 
and religious condition of India. Compiled and 
partly translated by K. V.] Calcutta, 1848. 8°. 

Divided into three chapters, with excursus between each. 
Of the Srd chapter only the first section is contained in the 
look, the rest missing. 

Brc/in. TR sr^rrf^ETs H^tuf^JJ ^«1<^ I . . . . 

^f? f^C??f etc. [Nivedana, or advice on health to 
pregnant women. Compiled from various Sanskrit 
sources, containing the text and a Bengali transla- 
tion by K. Y.] pp. 20. [Ca/cutta, 1850?] 8°. 



KASiPRASADA GHOSHA. See Brougham (H.), 
Baron Broiiyliam and Vau.r. fT5sTsfrJnfs( ■srsf'le, 
f*f^ *nrg? fsrflf 1 . . . . (Bigyana Sebadhi, or 
Ti'easures of science. Translated by ^bnala Chuudra 
Gangoli and K. Gh.) 1832. 4°. 

KASIRAMA DASA. See Mahabharata. [Single 
PoRTioxs]. — Adiparva. 5r?T~»T?3 ^Jlcvif 3» I [The 
Mahabharata translated into verse by K. D.] 
[1801-03.] 12°. 

See Mahabharata. [Entire "Work.] The 

Muhabharut : translated into Bengalee verse, by 
Kasee Dass. 1836. 8°. 

— — 5r?1-»T?^ ^«TiT'*r ^ 1 etc. [Another edition.] 
[1868.] 8°. 

— — Mohavarut. ^ZJ^^ ij^l slit's I [Another 
edition.] [1880.] 8°. 

KASIRAMA VACHASPATI. -See Eaghunandana 

Bhattaciiarya. ■'STT^ fii<iy«l-HW . . . ^-a f^f^Tre I 
[Tithitattva, with a paraphrase by K. Y.] [1871.] 8°. 



KAVIKANKANA. 

vartT. 



See Mukundarama Chakra- 



49 



KAVI-KESARI. Sec Biiairavachaxdra Sarma. 
*f^ <Jr?Tl I etc. [Padmapurana. A collection of 
poems by K. and others.] [1877.] 8°. 

KAVITAMALA. -^frsM^ I •^«r|«~ ^rfirrf^if ^Sf^ 
<t-r<isl5H«.?, I . . . C^T^ • ■ • ^5R^£r«ft3 I [Kavitamala, 
or The garland of poems. I)idactic poems with an 
introductory notice of the authoress by Dvarakii- 
niitha Riij'a.] pp. iv. 72. ^il^tsl 'i^'i^ [^Calcutta, 
18G5.] 12°. 

Imperfect, icanting pp. 49-60. 

KAY (William), D.D. See Bible.— Old Testament. 
— Psalmst. The Book of Psalms, newly translated 
in Bengali and English [by "NY. K. and Krishna- 
mohana Yandyoijiidhyaya.] 1858. 8°. 

KAYASTHADIPIKA. ^ll^fftfn^ I ^pcTSS ^T?"^ 
Wffs? ^ff^ir^ ■^'l^ • • • • fw^ f^FT? etc. [Kaya- 
sthadlpikil. A treatise on the KitA'astha caste, with 
quotations from Sanskrit authorities, discussing their 
claims to be on an equality with the Kshatriyas.] 
pp. 162. r«tf(f?<y:? ^HS. [kidderpiir, 1852.] 8°. 

KEDARANATHA BHADA and SARACH- 
CHANDRA DATTA. fr?^ f^T^t STf^^ I [Yiraha- 
vililpa niitaka. A drama on Hindu married life.] 
pp. 38. ^ST^tSl ^^V!» ^Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 

7 



KED 



KEDARANATHA CHATTOPADHYAYA. Scr 
Agiiorachandra Dasa Ghosiia. JTCT??? G'^sffaf^T 
etc. [Mritvufijava aushaflhiivali. A woik on the treat- 
ment of vai-ious diseases, compiled with the assistance 
of K. Ch.] [1880.] 12°. 

The Xeelanjun, a historical talc by Kadar- 



nauth Chatterjee. (•■%rf??sr.) pp. 98. Calcutta, 
1860. 12^ 

KEDARANATHA DATTA, of Ilafldiola. See 
Hauischandra Palita. '^^^fs "^1^ t . . . [Sunlti 
Baipgraha. Selected and transliitcd by ITarischandra 
Datta, with the assistance of K. D.] [186i.] 12^ 

^«T?^<iCy<I ©ristST I [BhJIratavarsher itihiisa. 



History of India to the establishment of the British 
rule.] pp. 135, ii. ^fsmrmbJ- [Trt/n/f'/r;, 1859.] 8°. 

[Another copy.] 



»'*l^i|?l srtw I [IndumatI nillaka. A drama on 

the benefits of female education.] pp. 19. ^fci<:-|al 
:>\bV [Calcutta, 1861.] 12°. 

[Nalinlkanta. A love story.] pp. viii. 1-38, ii. 
^fwra ^^5.:, [Calcutta, 1859.] 12°. 

— ^sp<t-br<i4 1 '^^^^. >*R«p^^«i? bnnosftitiii* 

^^RJpT I [Vafichakacharita. A tale on the fruits of 
evil companionship.] pp. ii. 52. <r-r«it-l-»l 'ifc'iV 
[Calcutta, 1861.] 12°. 

KEDARANATHA DATTA, Deputy Magistrate. 
§|^gaiT?f?~5l [Krishnasaiiihitii. A Sanskrit poem 
on the worship of Krishna, with a commentary and 
introductory and concluding essays in Bengali.] 
pp. V. 220, iv. Calcutta, 1879. 8°. 

KEDARANATHA GANGOPADHYAYA. C^*f?t- 
r^dt^T •rfS^ I [Draupadlvililpa nittaka. A drama 
on the grief of DraupadI at the death of her five 
sons.] 2nd edition, pp. 66. <prei^-l«| 'i^V-b [Calcutta, 
1880.] 12°. 

^5TfS(^^ ^<J= »Jf HT^ I [Duryodhaner 

urubhahga. A drama on the contest between Bhlma 
and Duryodhana.] pp. 88. ^fcreT^ 'i^Vb [Calcutta, 
1880.] 12°. 

(^nT:R^T?f% sfT^^ I [Gul i bakiiwall niitaka. 

A drama foiinded on the Persian Gul i bakiiwall of 
'Izzat Allah.] 2nd edition, pp. 79. ^fsT^tSl 'iVr'i 
[Calcutta, 1881.] 8°. 



KEDARANATHA GANGOPADHYAYA. -git^ft 
*ff?«l? ^ ■»t3<rn:5r? ;f<>fp«i atW l [Jiinaklparinaya. 
A drama on the marriage of Sita, and tlie defeat of 



I'arasuranui.] 
1879^] 12°. 



pp. 



7t> 



^fsTTTSI :»^V?i [Calcutta, 



cT^'lT^ srlw [Lakshmanavarjana niitaka. 

A drama on the separation between Riima and 

Lakshmana.] pp. 80. <-T'A<A il ^^Vb [Cahutta, 
1880.] 12°. 

^T^ *ir»it)^ •it'5* I [Riima ahhisheka niitaka. 

A drama on the exile of Riima on the eve of his 
coronation.] 3rd edition, pp. 107. ^f«T^t51 ^W-V- 
[Cakutta, 1881.] 8°. 

j|y<j^<Jtvi 5rf^ 1 [Riimavanaviisa niitaka. 

A drama on the exile of Riima.] 3rd edition, pp. 60. 
^^rsl ^^Vl [Calcutta, 1878.] 12°. 

<ltM4*l<lt>i ^rfjfl I [Riimavanaviisa yiitrii. The 



above arranged as a yatra.] 3rd editioUj pjJ. 68. 
^^^ -iWi [Calcutta, 1878.] 8°. 

4th edition, pp. 68. ^fsK-tAl 'i^W [Calcutta, 



1879.] 8°. 

[Another copj'.] 

■5rrf^:ft >l iJ <1 H ^f&^ I [Siivitrl Satj'aviin 



nataka. A drama on the story of Siivitrl and 
Satvaviin, an episode of the Mahiibhiirata.] 3rd 
edition, pp. 67. ^fsT^TSI ^s^b-l [Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

4th edition, pp. 71. ^^t5l 'i'lVV [Calcutta, 



1881.] 12°. 

■^t^T? ^^<lT^ Tt^ I [Sitiir vanaviisa niitaka. 

A drama in four acts on the exile of Sitii.] pjj. 64. 
^5i<t-T5l 'i^Vi I [<SVy// Press : Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 

■^^t? ^•T^'T^ 'fW^ I [Sitiir vanaviisa niitaka.] 

pp. 72. ^r^K-'fa'l W^r'i [Karitd Kaumudi Press : 

Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

Entirely different text from the preceding, thmgh on the 
tame subject and with the same title-page. 

KEDARANATHA MITRA. See Kiiusrau, Amir. 
^?r?T?T? I etc. [Biigh o Bahiir, translated into 
Bengali by K. M.] [1879.] 8^ 

KEDARANATHA MITRA and SRINATHA 
DATTA. Pronaya prosunga, or [A treatise in prose 
and verse] on friendship, by Kadarnauth Mittcr . . . 
and Sreenauth Dutt . . . -STl? ^T^^ pp. 39. ■i\5»^ 

Calcutta, [I860.] 12°. 



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KED— KET 



KEDARANATHA RAYA. -yrfF^J ^^ ^-slfrsT I 
[Saoliitra paket abhidhiiiia. An illustrated pocket 
dictionary of Bengali synonyms.] pp. ii. 224. 
^^rsl -ih-lii [Calcutta, 1879.] 32°. 

KEDARANATHA TARKARATNA. -SV'f Kalidasa. 
^jrT^TT?'^ I [Kumurasambhava, translated by K. T.] 
[1868.] 8°. 

See Narayana Bhatta, called Mrigara.ta- 



LAKSHMAX. C^'ft^T^pT? ^T^^ I cfc. [Yenlsamhara, 
translated by K. T.] [1870.] 8^ 

KEDARANATHA VANDYOPADHYAYA. 

History of British India, compiled by Kedarnauth 
Banerjee. ^«lT5?(:t? -yrf^g s fa?,"! >\ [Bhilrata- 
varsher samksbipta itihasa.J pp. To. ^Hk-I^I 
ICalciiffa,] 1858. 12°. 

^l?:«tl Rl d 4 t<^«f Jtf I [Vasupiilitopakhyiina. A 



tale of Bengali life.] jjp. 28. ^fsT^T^ 'ilV [Caktiffa, 
1858.] 12=. 

KEDARANATHA VIDYAVACHASPATI. See 

MAHAlillAKATA. [ExTIRE AYORK.] §1 5r^»f<!-4? I efc. 

[Sanskrit text, with a translation by K. V. and 
others.] [1862-73.] foL 

See TJmesachandra Chattofadhyata. WVfi- 



^r^^iry«?t I [Asusamviddayinl. Revised by K. V.] 

[1865.] 8°. 

KEDARESVARA VANDYOPADHYAYA. See 
Sax KARA AciiARYA. W1(:<lt-st>f^"sf*S [Aparoksha- 
nubhiiti. Text and K. V.'s Bengali paraphrase.] 

[1867.] 8°. 

KEITH (J.), of fl/e London Missioiiari/ Soeiefif. iS^ 

[Eka jana darwiin . . . kathopakathana, or a dia- 
logue between a porter and a gardener. A Christian 
tract.] Second edition, pp. 19. \_Serampur, 
1820 ?] 8°. 

The Durwau and Malee. m- >\\(.^(.44 lf?«TrT^ 

"^11? siT^Its ^^<*f^«r^ I [Eka saheber miillte katho- 
pakathana. Third edition, considerably moditied. 
pp. 20. [Calcutta, 1835 ?J 12°. 

A grammar of the Bengalee language . . . 



^T^Wiirifi'^R f*r5PT7:sf . . . T^ ^5'T??'JIW1. [Vahga- 
bhiishiir vyiikarana.] pp. 68, xy. Calcutta, 1825. 12°. 

Third edition, pp. 62. Calcutta, 1839. 12°. 



KESAVACHANDRA KARMAKARA. ^Uci \ ^ 
« srf^t? TT? ^t?1 I [Kalikautuka, or The lament of 
Bengal oyer the yices of the present age, and the 
apostacy of her children from the Hindu religion. 
A poem.] pp. 16. ^fs^tsl :>^<i» [Crtfo^«ff, 1863.] 12°. 

KESAVACHANDRA RAYA KARMAKARA. See 
Madiiaya, Son of Indukara. fwRT'^ c£r^Tf*W 
[Nidiinarthaprakilsikii, being the Sanskrit text of 
Miidhaya's Xidiina, edited with a Bengali translation 
by K. Pt.] [1879.] 8°. 

See PuRAXAS. — Brahmataivartapurana. >$^c<- 



T^^C?t*l [The Brahmayaiyartapurana. 3rd edition, 
reyised by K. R.] [1881.] 8°. 

■* 6 98 f d*! t^f(:ir*r I [Tattyajriilnopadesa. Dialogues 

on Yedantic philosophy.] 2nd edition, j)p. xiii. 166. 
^fsmrl ^VV» [Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 

KESAVACHANDRA SENA. Sep Brahma Samaj. 
'^iA\*J('A\ -^\^>\HKWl ft^ra 3rn:'=?n^H l [PQrva- 
biihgalii Brilhma Samiijer yigata ilndolana. Contro- 
yersial correspondence concerning the marriage 
of the daughter of K. S.] [1879.] 12°. 

See Kaii.asachaxura Yaxdyopadhy.Iya. 

^sff^J'f »lalpH<l 'tJf'fT? I [Unavimsa satiibdir 
pyilgambar. An attack on K. S. and his followers.] 
[1880.] 12°. 

■■«t<i(:4<l '^rfs ^?5n:'3'? <t-s<J l [Bhilrater prati 

Imlander kartayya. The duties of England in con- 
nection with India. A lecture delivered by K. S. 
at London, translated into Bengali.] pp. 49. 
Calcutta, 1870. 12°. 

[Brahmikiidiger prati iicharyer ujjadcsa. Discourses 
delivered by K. S. from time to time, from 1873, 
on the subject of the duties, moral and social, of the 
female members of the Briihraa Samilj.] pp. 76. 
#7^41 :>V-<"i [Calcutta, 1880.] 8=. 

KETAKANANDA DASA and KSHEMANANDA 
DASA. Sfil-JTI srST^ I ^«JR . . . r<ltl^<ft CF?t? JjfpJJf- 
■^r^t*!^ -Sr^ I [Manasiimahgala. A poem describing 
the exploits of Manasii, the snake goddess.] pp. iv, 
114. -iX^-i [Cakutta? ISU-I 8°. 

fTJlT? 'stJl'R I etc. [Manasar bhilsana. Another 



edition, under a different title.] pp. 80. ^fwpSl 
■iWb [Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

pp.iii.80. ^Ffwt-51 :»^'iV- [Ca/c«««, 1880.] 12°. 



31 



KIIE— KRI 



KHETRA MOHANA or KHETTRO MOHUN. 

See KSHETRAMOIIANA. 

KHIYAL. C^nrTJT [Notes and cssaj's on various 
subjects, puLli.sbed in occasional parts.] Pt. i.-iv. 
\_Berhampui; 1879.] 8^ 

KHUSRAU, AmTr. See Muhammad Danish. 
I>f5l<iVr<l<:«)"r I [Chabilr Barwosh. A Mubammadan 
lifnyali verse edition of Amir Kh.'s Persian tales.] 
[1881.] 8°. 

Tr?fn?1? I etc. [Biigh o Babilr. The Persian 



romance of Amir Kb. translated into IJeiifjali In- 
Kedilraniitha Mitra.] pp. iv. 272. ^fwtSl "i^VJ* 
[Ca/cKtta, 1879.] 8^. 

KIRTEE BASS. See KTrtiv.asa. 

KIRTIVASA. See Yai.mTki. The Ramayunu, a 
poem . . . tran.slated from the original Sangskrit, by 
Kirtee Bass. 1802. 8'. 

— — The Ramayun ; translated into Bengalee 
[verse] by Xrittcc-Bas. Second edition. 
1830-34. 8°. 

— — ■yr^^'3 ffilTVI I [The Riiuiayana, translated 
by K.] [1863.] 8". 

— — ?T'rHr«t TT^^g 1 [Another edition.] 
[1868.] 8^ 

— — - The Ramaj'un, translated into Bengalee by 
Krittebas, etc. " [1878.] 8=. 

— — •?^«-iT«ITf'9?tirrJr<:ilr/'c. [Vrihatsaptakilnda 
Riimiiyana. Another edition.] [1879.] 8°. 

KISORACHANDRA BHAKTA. l> f S«»»i^ f^Tf? I 
[Chiitakabhriuga vivada, or Tiie dispute between the 
swallow and the bee. A fable in verse.] pp. vi. 28. 
^U^ \ 'i \ ^>.^8 [Cah'utfa, 1867.] 12\ 

KISORIMOHANA MUKHOPADHYAYA. h"^ 

■^■"TOt? ^5T sit&^ I [^'ipadai sanipader lufila, or 
Adversity the root of pro-sjierity. A drama] pp. 
ii. 113. ^f^tsl ^\la [Cakutta, 1868.] 12". 

KNIGHT (iliKiAM S.), Mrs. See Bankimachaxdra 
Cmaitopadhyaya. The Poison Tree . . . Translated 
by M.' S. K. etc. 1884. 8°. 



KOYLASH CHUNDER TURKRUTNA. 
Kailasachandra Tarkaratxa. 



Sec 



KRISHNA -CHAITANYA. [Life.] See Chi- 
ranjTva Sakma. «r3'Cb4»iJbrii<M I efc. [Bhakti- 
chaitanyachandrikil. An account of the life and 
teachings of K.] [1879-80.] 8°. 



KRISHNA-CHAITANYA. [Life.] See Krishna- 

I)ASA KA^ IKA.I A, OtKVdM'l. SlSl^^'J tb 4»IJ '^'W ctc. 

[Chaitanyacharitiimrita, orthelileof K.] [1878.] 8°. 

[Lifr.'] Si'c Pauamananda Bhkamaravara. 

SlSl»(C*i«)J ift^ [Chaitanyagltii, with a sketch of 
the life of K.] [1868.] ik 

[Life] See Ramai.ai.a Mukiioi'adhy.aya. 

*Tf^'9 lf5H I cfe. [Pashandadalana. An account of 
the life of K.] [1862.] 8°. 

See VuiNDAVAXA Dasa. '^fsfr^^TTf*! I etc. 

[Bhakticliintiimani. The true mode of Vaishnava 
worship as revealed by K.] [1859.] 8°. 

KRISHNACHANDRA RAYA, of Calcutta. A 
brief history of British India, prepared bv Kristo 
Chander Roy . . . p°C?^*R;_'5 "STSTTilt? sfrrfTr i 
[Imrejadbikrita Bhiiratavarsher itihilsa.] pp. ii. ii. 
176. ^^TTTSI [Calcutta, 1861.] 12°, 

Geography of India in Bengali .... -«(<]£- 

'^? SX^T^ I [Bhiiratavarsher bhiivrittiinta.] 
Fifth edition, pp. 139. Calcutta, 1879. 12'. 

Sixth edition, pp. 138. Calcutta, 1880. 12". 



Phrases and Idioms, containing explana- 
tions in I'-iiglish and Bengali and illustrative .sen- 
tences from the works of the best Engli.sh writers 
b}^ Krishna Chandra Roy. Second edition, jjp. ii. 
472, 90. Calcutta, 1882. 8°. 

KRISHNACHANDRA RAYA, Raja of Naradtlpn. 

[Liff.] Sic l;"\.lT\ AI,()( IIAXA ^IrKUorADHVAYA. 

S|5rfT?T5f ^«5^?HI'5TJ Ff?Jl° ctc. [The life of Raja 
K. R.] [1811.] 8". 

[Life] Sec Syamacharana Dkva. (^'^ 

fwr^ I etc. [Kautukaviliisa. A sketch in verse of 
the life of K. R.] [1870.] 12°. 

Life of Raja Krishna Chunder Roj'. Revised 

(4th) edition. [Publislied under the direction of the 
Rev. J. Long.] ?t5f| ^^uF^ ?T^?? Wt^^ 5f?T i 
pp. 85. <t-rs1<M-t | i1l^ [Calcutta, 1857.] 12°. 

KRISHNACHANDRA TARKAPANCHANANA. 

See Ephemerides. ^t^t *ff8?^ i ■"W^s ^IIV- . . . 
[Xiltana panjikii. Almanac for a.d. 1856-57. 
Revised by K. T.] 1856. 8^ 



KRISHNA CHUNDER ROY, liaja. 
(HANi)KA Rava, Ilaja of Navackipa. 



See Krishx.' 



52 



KRI 



KHISHNADASA ADHIKARI. •Sf^mT'^r CWZTHl "Sfpf 
■JTHSl I f^ '^«f? "^t^ ^TKal I [Jaganiiatha dever snuna- 
yiltra. Verses on the immoralities of the bathing- 
festival at Jagannatha.] pp. 22. ^^s'^ "iWrl 
[Boicrah, 1880.] 12°. 

KKISHNADASA BABAJI. See NabhajT. ^fl- 
^ s«»i|5T 'Sr^i I [Bhaktamala, done into Bengali 
verse by K.B.] [1868.] 8'. 

KHISHNADASA KAVIRAJA, Gosvdml. §lSl^^ 
^i^T^Tj ■»r?«l^ I Sl^t!5s»JJbr<14t»J^ I etc. [Chaitanya- 
charitiJmrita, or The life of Krishna-Chaitanya in 
verse with Sanskrit quotations from the Bhagavata 
and other Purilnas.] pp. viii. 372. ^sT^fSI 'i^Va 
ICalcutta, 1878.] 8°. 

[Another copj-.] 

— r?rw«n:Trfii^ i . . . ^bs<ibr<iTf^-3 rsrr^ -^[^ 

etc. [Slokiirthabodhikil. A translation bj'' Mukunda- 
nilrilyana Deva, assisted by Ramasundara Yidyii- 
lankara, of Sanskrit verses extracted from K.'s 
Chaitanya-charitamrita, with the original slokas.] 
pp. i. iii. 374. ^fwTSI ^^Jo^ ^Calcutta, 1870.] 8°. 

KKISHNADASA VASU MALLIKA. ^^SffTTW- 
5T?T? etc. [Aushadhasindhulahari, a work on 
Materia Medica, compiled by K. V. from various 
Sanskrit authorities, with a Bengali paraphrase.] 
Pt. ii. ^ST^rsl -i^Va [Calcutta, 1878.] 8°. 
IVantinii Pis. I. and III. 

^^iffU'th^^^ajr^'frs ^^TT^t^ etc. [ilritj'u- 

safijlvanl. Charms and antidotes against snake 
poison. Compiled from Susruta and other authori- 
ties. Text and Bengali translation by K. V. M.] 
^ctTTSl ^^^^s [Calcutta, 1862.] 8\ 

KRISHNADHANA CHATTOPADHYAYA. 

^T^rft-^t^ I [Jiinaklparlksha. A drama on the 
trial of Sita, after her rescue from Riivana.] 2ud 
edition, pp. 47. ^^fjf^TSl ^W^ [Calcutta, 1882.] 12=". 

9(t»r^1 -gtTl I [Pitskaril biibil. A farce in- 
tended to show how the morals of Indian ^-ouths are 
corrupted by giving them a University education.] 
pp. 24. ^fWm W\r% [Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 

?T^«lfTgf^ s?tTlf»aTr I [Riivanavijaya. A 

drama in four acts on the defeat of Ravana.] pp. 
144. ^^rsl ^VIS) [Calcutta, 1879.] 8^ 

'^T^ f*f^ 1 [Vildyasiksha. Instruction in 

music. Part ii. The Sitilr.] pp. 44. ^fsTTT^I 'iWl 



KRISHNADHANA VANDYOPADHYAYA. A 

comprehensive .self instructor for the setar, esraj, 
violin, flute and harmonium; and also for singing . . . 
by Krishna Dhana Banerjea . . . 'sr^tT f»r^ I etc. 
[Sangltasiksha.] pp. ii. 36. Calcutta, 1868. 4°. 

KRISHNADHANA VIDYAPATI. Ot ^^^^l l j t T| 

f?'&Tij<>t^ srf^^ I [Vijayavasanta nataka. A popular 
romance dramatised.] pp. 88. ^fit<t-'f4l ^V-Vi 
[Calcutta, 1881.] 12°. 

r<ISilJ TTT^ ^1~g1 I [Vijayavasanta yatra. The 



[Calcutta, 1880.] 8\ 



above arranged as a yatra.] jjp. 60. ^f^I^Tl ^^W 
[Calcutta, 1881.] 12°. 
On the same subject, but differing in text from the preceding. 

KRISHNAGOPALA BHAKTA. See ValmTki. 

Wftf^ -s^ <r=irir<t--^'Tt^ ?T5rrTr«( l [The Rama- 

jana, a jjrose translation edited by K. Bii] 
[1882, etc.'] 4°. 

KRISHNAKAMALA BHATTACHARYA. Bichi- 

trabyrya, a heroic tale [of King Janamcjava 
and his son Vichitravirya, and their wars with 
the Persians] . . . r<n>^<l»Ij •rfsi^ ^IfljlHinsrs 
^«rJT^ pp. vii. 76. #5r^t51 ■iV-5i^ [Calcutta, 
1862.] 12°. 

KRISHNAKISORA VANDYOPADHYAYA. See 
Yadugopala Vaxdyop.Idhy.Iva. ^^jt "sT^f <-r<liI^- 
^^^Tgff^T? ^^^tisr^ I [A key to the Kavitiikusu- 
mnfijali, Pt. I. of K. v.] [1881.] 12°. 

The higher explanatory grammar and com- 
position in Bengali, . . . by Krishna Kishore Banerjee. 
Tf^sn-^xrwi I «?Fsr| <^^f3 I [Bahgiila vyakiirana.] 
pp. xxiv. 218, 54. Calcutta, 1881. 12°. 

KRISHNAKUMARA DATTA. Hd^AK^ I 

[Saiiketavali. An elementary arithmetic for schools.] 
pp. 38. ®i5;^ ^^V8 [Sijllict, 1878.] 12°. 

KRISHNAMISRA. SlSl?1?S I . . . U^WfH A) f ^ j, - 
^gr^"g[Wt I ffc- [Atmatattvakaumudi, being a para- 
phrase by KasTnatha Tarkapafichanana, Gangii- 
dhara Nyayaratna and Ramukihkara Siromani 
of K.'s Prabodhachandrodaya, ^^-ith the original 
Sanskrit verses.] pp. 189, 5. 'i^^Si [Calcutta, 
1822.] 8°. 

^StTTfifFr^lTfir srfW I [Prabodhachandrodaya 

nataka. Another edition of the preceding.] pj). 
164, iv. ^smn :>^5.Ji, [Calcutta, 1862.] 12^ 



53 



KRI 



KRISHNAMOHANA VANDYOPADHYAYA. 

Sie Adams (W.), JLA., Filloir of Jlcrton College, 
Oxford. The King's Messengers . . . Freely trans- 
lated . . . [by K. v.] etc. 1856. 12°. 

— — Moral talcs, containing the King's Mes- 
sengers, by "W. Adams, and the Reward of 
honesty bj' M. Edgeworth [translated by K. V.] 
1849. * l-i". 

See BiHi.K.— Old Testament.— P.w/;h.s. The 



Book of P.^ulms, newly translated in Bengali and 
English [by W. Kay and K. V.] 1858. 8^ 

See MuiR (J.), B.C.L. The Course of Divine 

Revelation . . . translated ... by K. M. Banerjea. 
1847. 8°. 

— — 5r?T5n ^T^f fsrpTr?n . . . ?fr5i s'^rc^t s* "ht^ 

«rr?1 I [The course of Divine Revelation.] 2nd 
edition. 18G2. 12^ 

See "Wilson (D.), Bishop of Calcutta. A plain 



. . . address to young persons about to be confirmed. 
Translated by K. M. Banerjea. 1841. 8^ 

- — A plain . . . address to young persons 
previous to their receiving the Loi-d's Supper 
. . . Translated by K. M. Banerjea. 1841. 8'. 

Sec Wii.sox (T.), Bishop of Sodor and Man. 

A course of sermons ... by the late . . . T. Wilson . . . 
translated ... by K. M. lianerjea. 1844. 8°. 

- — Sacra privata . . . translated ... by K. M. 
Banerjea. 1842. 8°. 

Biography. Part I. Containing the lives of 

Yudliisthira (original contribution), Confucius (from 

Du Ilalde's description of the empire of China), Plato 

(from Stanley's Hist, of Philosophy), Vicramaditya 

(original contribution), Alfred (from Turner's Ili.st. 

of the Anglo-Saxons), and Sultan Mahmud (from 

Elphinstone's History of India). [Compiled bj' 

K. v.] ( r<)^ l 't-'^-i>'*l I . . . -iX^v "ajet^ i) [Jlvana- 

vrittanta.] pp. 1G8, 168. £iiijl. and Beng. Calcutta, 

1847. 12°. 

JVb. V. of the " Encyclopedia Bengalensis," edited hy 
Krishnamohana Vandyopudhyuya. 

Dialogues on the Hindu philosophy freely 

translated into Bengali by K. M. Banerjea. . . . No. 3. 
»iiif*f5f Ti'TlTf I [Shaddarsana saniviida]. Calcutta, 

1862. 8°. 

In prcgress. Wanting No. 1-2. 



KRISHNAMOHANA VANDYOPADHYAYA. 

Eli'inents of Geometry. The first three, (fourth, 

fifth, and si.xth) book of Euclid, by John Playfair, 

with additions by William Wallace, ... to which 

is prefixed an extract from Lord Brougham's 

essaj' on the objects, etc., of science, and a short 

compendium of algebraic rules from WheweU's 

Mechanical Euclid, [and] fa selection from Bland's 

Geometrical problems, and the Lilavati) [of Bhaskarii 

Acharya. Compiled by K. V.] (frwT^^^S^ I . . . 

fsirrrg [Kshetratattva.] 2 pt. Engl, and Beng. 

Calcutta, 1846-48. 12°. 

Non. II. and IX. of the " Encyclnpadia Boigalensis," 
edited by Krishnamohana Vandyopudhyuya. 

Geography. Part T. Containing a description 



of Asia and Europe. Compiled [by K. V.] from 

Murray's Encj'clopxdia of Geography, JIalte Brun's 

Geography, and other works. (r< Wk-^'HS^ I . . . 

sT^rm ^"§r? l) [Bliiigolavrittanta.] pp. 168, 168. 

Engl, and Bcng. Calcutta, 1848. 12°. 

No. Till, of the " Encyclopfedia Bengalensis," edited by 
Krishnamohana Vandyopudhyuya. 

The historj' of ancient Egj^t [compiled by 



K. v.] fnjin Rollin and the Encyclopaxlia Britannica. 

(f<yI<t-«M:5^ . . . 9l%« CWCtJ ^f?T^^) [Ijipta deser 

puravritta.] pp. 169, 169. Engl, and Beng. Calcutta, 

1847.' 12°. 

No. VI. of the " Eneyclopadia Bengalensis," edited by 
Krishnamohana Vandyopudhyuya. 



[Another copy.] 

Jliscellaneous readings, or detached pieces on 

various subjects, adapted to the comprehension of 

the natives of Bengal [compiled by K. V.] fnrf- 

<.=Hji^;j I . . . f^i( f<HlI* ^^ I) [Vividha vishayaka 

Ijatha.] 2pt. Engl.andBeng. Calcii I ta,18i6-47. 12°. 

Nos. III. and VII of the " Enciiclopredia Bengalensis," 
edited by A'rinhnamohana J'audyopudhyOya. 

Sermons addressed to Native Christians and 



inquirers . . by . . K. M. Banerjea. (ir57 K^ >l^*b1ir 
f^Sf •sr^Tr^ ■£r^tf?'51 ^nctn^^n) [UpadesakathS.] 
pp. vi. 212. Calcutta, 1840. 8°. 

A sermon [on 1 Tim. i. 15] preached in 

Christ Church .... by ... K. M. Banerjea. snf 
('fTSW ^^"51 I [Dharma poshaka vaktrita.] i^i^. 13. 
Calcutta, 1847. 8°. 

A short Catechism in Bengalee for the 



instruction of Catechumens . . . Jpsf f^^t^rtf? 
r*l"!*Ii*f •2lC-Wf«? [Dharma jijniisuder prasuottara.] 
pp. 16. Calcutta, 1842. 8'. 



64 



KPtI— KUX 



KRISHNAMOHANA VANDYOPADHYAYA. 

Ti uth clLfciulcd, and error exposed. Strictures upon 
Ilara Chandra Tarkapanchanan's answer to Mr. 
Muir's Mataparikslia and upon Baboo Kasinatha 
Bosu's tract on Hinduism and Christianity. ("STSJ 
^T<^ ^ fir«fJl sit*f5ij etc. [Satyasthapana o mithya- 
nilsaua.] pp. xvii. 34. Calcutta, 1841, 8°. 
With a preface in English, 

[Anotlier copy.] 



KRISHNANANDA BHATTACHARYA. See 

Goi'TxATiiA Kanthahharana. ■JTIPp sj^'^ II ^^csT"^- 
^t? etc- [Krishniirjunlya, with a translation by 
K.'Bh.] [1871.]' 8°. 

KRISHNAPRASANNA SENA. See PERioniCAL 
PuuLifATioxs. — Monijliyr. ir^5fFf<r^ I [Dharma- 
prachiiraka. Edited by K. S.] 1880. 4°. 

KRISHNASAKHA MUKHOPADHYAYA. ^"gT- 
ftf^t ^^«rjT*f I [KumudinI upakhyilna. A Brahmist 
tale in prose and verso.] pp. 78. ^-fsK-lal 'i^5»i9 
[Calmita, 1862.] 12°. 

KRISTO CHANDER ROY. &e Krishnach.\xdra 
Raya. 

KRITTEE-BAS. See KTrtivasa. 

KSHEMANANDA DASA. See Ketakaxanda 
Dasa and Kshemananda Dasa. sr^iTl »J«fci I etc. 
[Manasiimarigala. A poem by Ketakiinanda Dasa 
and Ksh. D. on the exploits of Manasa.] [1844.] 8°. 

— — ^r^TTT? "MfyrR I [Manasiir bhiisiina. Another 
edition of the preceding.] [1879.] 12°. 

_ _ [1880.] 12°. 

KSHETRAMOHANA CHAKRAVARTI. 5^5!%? 
srfw I [Chakshuh-sthira nataka. A play directed 
against oj^iuni smoking, drunkenness, and other 
evil practices.] pp. 40. ^f^T^T^I 'i^l*. [Calcutta, 
18G5.] 12°. 

KSHETRAMOHANA GOSVAMI. ^«iCTlTWl" I etc. 
(Kantha Kauniudi, or a Guide to vocal music .... 
with a variety of songs, alaps, etc. Compiled, com- 
posed and set to the modern system of Hindu notation 
by Khetra Mohana Gosvaini). pp. iii. 403. Calcutta, 
1875. 8°. 

Sangeeta sara, or Treatise on Hindoo music, 

bj' Khettra Mohana Gosswamee [with an introduction 
in English and Hindustani.] (^^t^JJTT?? I) pp. iv. 
ii. V. X. 318. Calcutta, 1809. 4°. 



KSHETRAMOHANA GOSVAMI. VltTltVl l fl I etc. 
(Sangitasara, or a Treatise on Hindu music.) 2nd 
edition, pp. xiv. iii. ix. 400. Calcutta, 1879. 8°. 

KSHETRAMOHANA MUKHOPADHYAYA. See 

Goldsmith (Oliver), t/ie Poet. The abridgment of 
Dr. Goldsmith's "History of Greece," translated . . . 
by Khettro Mohun Mookerjea. 1833. 8°. 

KSHETRAMOHANA SENA. C-^TTlTf? sT^^ I 
[Premiirar hiitahadda. A tale in verse on the evil 
consequences of gambling.] pp. 38. ^f^TTTSl "iX'i" 
[Calcutta, 1863.] 8°. 

KSHETRANATHA BHATTACHARYA. '<^U 41- 
■^t^f?^ I [Kavitiisamgraha. Selections from ancient 
and modern Bengali poets.] 3rd edition, pp. 136. 
Calcutta, 1880. 12°. 

KSHETRANATHA VANDYOPADHYAYA. *?T- 
Fff^T etc. [Panchiili. Miscellaneous jjoems.] pp. 140. 
<^r^<t-fAl ^5^5.1 [Calcutta, I860.] 16^ 

KSHETRAPALA CHAKRAVARTI. "g-^sTl I 
[Murala. A romance.] pp.94. ^f^rwtS\ [Calcutta, 

1880.] 8°. 

KSHIRODACHANDRA RAYA CHAUDHURI. 

^5r?f «1<l(:a<l Tfjf^'^ 9[-s?,tlT I [Samagra Bharater 
samkshipta itihiisa. A concise history of India.] 
pp! vi. 214, V. Calcutta, 1879. li°. 

KSHIRODAGOPALA MITRA. "^T^ f^Tf?" ^frs 
•tir I [Biilya vivaha uohita nay. An essay against 
infant marriage.] pp. 16. ^fWf^ "iKI' [Calcutta, 
1863.] 12°. 

KSHUDRARAMA DEVA SARMA. WHTS^ 
f^FT? II [Atmatattva vichara. A short poem on 
Hindu philosophy.] pp. 19. ^-^JTm I :>^V-1 
[Benares, 1881.] " 16°. 

KULLUKA BHATTA. See Maxu. ^iT°f^ etc. 
[Manusamhitii. A criticism on K. Eh.'s commentary 
on the 10th chapter of the Institutes of Manu.] 
[1880.] 16°. 

KUNJA BEHARY BANERJEE. Set Kixja- 
VI uarT Vaxdyop.Idhy.Iya. 

KUNJAMOHANA DASA. ^frsl 5r§^?t? ^«f 
V^^ I [Kavitamanjarlr arthapustaka. A vocabu- 
lary of words and phrases occurring in a selection 
of poems called Kavitiimau jari.] pp. 30. §|^ ^^VV- 
[Si/lhet, 1881.] 12°. 

KUNJAVIHARI CHATTOPADHYAYA. #NT- 
<r5l- srf^^ I [Lllavati nataka. A drama.] pp. 100. 
^f^TTTSI ■i\V-V [Calcutta, 1881.] 8°. 



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KUNJAVIHARI DEVA. ^f?? ^ ^«Tf«tJT^ I 
[Ilarir lut uiKlkliyana. A story in verse on the 
efficacy of invokiii<r the name of Ilari.] 2n(l edition, 
pp. ii.*28. #5T^T31 ^^^^ \_Culcutta, 1862.] 12°. 

W^^ ^f?^ afW I [Kahinkabhanjana niitaka, 

or The removal of scandal. A drama in 3 acts on 
virtuous living.] pp. 80. <tr«i*r»l ^^V-^ [Calcutta, 
18G0.] 12". 

TrfSf^ ?8?^ I ■5T«f1«. ■ST^'S « TT^t^f" I [Sadha- 

karanjana. One hundred and .seventy Brahmist 
hymns.] pp. viii. 201. :)Vi Calcutta, [1880.] IG^ 

KUNJAVIHARI VANDYOPADHYAYA. Eka- 
kini. A historical romance by Kunja ]5ehary 
Banerjee . . . ^^Tf^ (^fi^lfn* ^''TOTJI) PP- li'J- 
Calcutta, 1880. 8°. 

KUPOKAT. ^C'^T^«- I [Kupokat. A sketch in 
verse of social life in Bengal.] pp. 12. ^1^1^ ^^W 
[Calcutta, 1881.] 12°. 
No. 11. of a series entitled Khushgalpa, i.e. rieaning Stories. 

KUR'AN. C^lTf'l ■*rf?''p I [Kuriin sharlf. The Kuran 
translated by Girisachandra Sena with notes.] 
i ^U^ \i>\ ^:^VV [Calcutta, 1882, etc.'] 8°. 
In progress. 

KUSADEVA PALA. ^W f^^TK "T^T^ ^ I 
[Bandhuviliisa, or The adventures of Jayamalla and 
his three companions. A tale in verse.] jjp. 102. 
<Ftwr5l nai [Cakufla, 1850.] 8°. 

^srt^ •5T°^"s5 ^TTtfr^ ''TW I [KadambinI 

niitaka. A drama in two parts, illustrating the 
operation of the Criminal, Revenue and other laws 
in force in Bengal. Followed by two appendices, 
one containing a sectional abstract of the chief 
enactments of the Government of India from 1859 
to 1861, the other a list of Acts and Regulations 
relating to Bengal, passed from 1793 to 1858.] 
pp. 54, 167, 93, 70. ^^T^T^ ^^5»S) [Calcutta, 
1862.] 8°. 

KUSUMAKAMINI. ^^sr^Tfsi^ "tW I [Kusuma- 
kaminl niitaka. A drama in four acts.] pp. 83. 
^^T^ ^^"il [Calcutta, 1870.] 8^ 

KusuMiKA. *nrs cif<pf ■^liJt? ^ft^rarfjT ! *^<r»i<t-i i 

iT'W «I'3. [Kusumikii. A tale of life in India during 
the time of the Mahratta dj-nasty.] pp. iii. 122. 
<»rgl<- r5l [Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 



LACROIX (Ai.PTioNSE Fn.wrois). On Casto 

[shewing the inutility and evils of caste distinctions.] 
eilf-J^^l^^ I [Jiitivrittiinta.] 2nd edition, pp. 30. 
Calcutta, 1853. 12". 

Issued by the Calcutta Clirixfian Tract and Book Society, 
being No. 60 of " Miscelluneous Series." 

The Ten Commandments, with commentary. 



Sf^'^J^^I I [Dhannavyavastha.] pp. 32. Calcutta 
Chri-'itian Tract and Book Society, 1831. 12°. 

LADY. An Anglo-Bengali primer, containing easy- 
lessons in spelling and reading. For the use of 
Hindu females, by a Jjady. ^SW f*f^ ^C^^ 
[Prathama sikshil pustaka.] pp. 118. Engl, and Bcng. 
Calcutta, 1850. 12°. 

LAKSHMINARAYANA CHAKRAVARTI. TW 

:»^'^^ -ytTvT s^" f*f ■srrf'^^ fir?^^ "it^'l ^<ei [Bhlshana 
jhafijha. A description in verse of the great cyclone 
at Calcutta on the 5th October, 1864.] pp. 35. 
Calcutta, [1864 ?] 8°. 

LAKSHMINARAYANA NYAYALANKARA. 
iSV^- ViJNAM'.swvKA. The ^litakshara Darpana. 
Translated from the Sungscrit .... by Lukshmi 
Narayan Nyayalankar, etc. 1824. 8°. 

See VisnNrs.4RM.vx. The Ilitopadesha : . . . 

with the Bengali .... translation [by L. N.] 
1830. 8°. 

— — The nitopadesa . . . [in the original text] 
translated [into Bengali by L. N.] 1844. 8°. 

— — §1®! -^<r\\ ... f^rsT^^CTf 1 etc. [The Hito- 
padesa, with L. N.'s translation.] [1848.] 8°. 

— — *f*^53 Sr^ ^^b>'\\C^\\t% . . . f^T^*fr?»f8 
etc. [Another edition.] [1863.] 8°. 

— — ftTTf<TOr»r [Another edition.] [1880.] 8°. 
•»rf^-£r^T*f§ I [Siistraprakasa, or Selections 



from the Sastriis in prose.] Pt. 1-9, and 11-14. 
^ia^-ao [Calcutta? 1830-31.] 8°. 

Incomplete, wanting PI. 10. Without title page. 

^J4'4l<laiJMI I [Vyavasthilratnamillil, a treatise 

on the law (jf inheritance.] pj). iv. 111. Bcng. and 
Sansk. [Calcutta, 1830.] 8°. 

Imperfect. Wanting title page, index and pp. 113-130 
of the text. 

LALAMOHANA BHATTACHARYA. Kavya- 
nirnaya or a treatise on rhetorical composition in 
Bengali. . . . ^Vi^W\'^ pp. xii. 149. ^fwT^I :»\5»S 
[Calcutta, 1862.] 12°. 



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LALAMOHANA BHATTACHARYA. 3rd edition, 
pp. xvi. 211, viii. Calcutta, 1867. 12°. 

LALAMOHANA DASA GHOSHA. fr<n-fr^<>f I 
[Vidhavavililpa ; or The widow's lament. A love 
story in verse.] pp. iv. 45. ^fsK-Til 'i^5»5> \_Calcutta, 
1859.] 12^ 

LALA sAsi. <te) »<iTt<i fTtrtWl" i ^sh«. 'rrstw 

J)5l?.T«< ^^ *nrfT#t ■sr^ I [Kartabhajar gltiivall. 
A collection of Vaishnava songs by various authors, 
compiled by L. S.] Pt. I. pp. 84. ^fwt~5l 'i^'i'i 
[Caktttta, 1870.] 12°. 

LALAVIHARI DE. See Meoiiaxada. The 
Meghnad badha .... A tragedy in five acts .... 
Revised and corrected by the Rev. Lai Behary Day. 
[1879.] 12^ 

LAL BEHARY DAY, Bet: See Lalavihari De. 

LALIMOHANA VIDYARATNA. ^SdfiK-l I Tg- 
?7rrfi£r» ^T^J [Sudhiitmika, or the story of Chitra- 
ratha and Chandrasena, sons of Kuvera. A poem.] 
pp. 54. Calcutta, 1862. 8°. 

LAMB (Charles), the Essai/ist. Lamb's Tales from 
Shakespeare, translated into Bengali by E. Roer. 

^fs^ftr WT«fJirtI<t:l etc. [Mahiikavi Sekshplr . . . 
akhy53-ik5.] pp. ii. 212, ii. Calcutta, 1853. 12^ 
One of the "Bengali Family Library" Series. 

CflTfsr-G 'S(^° ^ff^iic^ i)C«'t?,<l.*^«rJt'f I [The 

story of Romeo and Juliet.] . . . Translated [by 
Gurudiisa Hajra] from L.'s Tales from Shakspeare. 
pp. 88, iii. •iUa [Calcutta ? 1848.] 12^. 

LANE (Edward William). See Arabian Nights. 
j)^U^ TT^ f5rr»r fji^r^ ^T?Ttir ^«"rJTJpT l [Eka- 
dhika .sahasra nisi. The thousand and one nights 
translated from the English of E. AV. L.] 1850. 8°. 

[Another edition.] [1881.] 8°. 



LETHBRIDGE (Ebenezer, afterwards &> Roper). 
See Py.Tkkharana Sarkar. Key to Baboo P. C. 
Sircar's Second book of reading, revised by Mr. L. 
1879. 8°. 

LEWIS (Charles Bexnett). See Bible. The 
Holy Bible .... Translated .... by the Calcutta 
Baptist Missionaries [revised by C. B. L.] etc. 
1861. 8°. 



LEWIS (Charles Bexxett). See Bible. — New 
Testament. The New Testament . . . Translated . . . 
by the Calcutta Baptist Mis.sionaries .... Eighth 
edition. [Revised by C. B. L.] 1846. 12=. 

LILLO (George). See Ramesachaxdra Mckho- 
padhy.Iya. n>^4 V'iC'ft^ [Chittavinoda. A tale 
founded on G. L.'s tragedy, the " Fatal Curiositj'."] 
[1857.] 12°. 

LITURGIES. — Exf;i,AND, C/,urc?i of. — Particular 
Services. T|f<>(^(r^ f^HTW? f^TtWt *fT?1 [Biiptis- 
mer nij^amer sthirlkarana dhara. The Order of 
Confirmation in Bengali ] pp. 4. [Calcutta ? 

1840.] 8^ 

LOHARAMA SIRORATNA. <1«*1^1 ^Jf??q I 
[Baiigala vyiikarana. A Bengali grammar.] 5th 
edition, pp. vi. ii. 152. ^asr^r^ iJj'ife [Krishnagar, 
1862.] 12°. 

A Grammar of the Bengali language .... 

4f4^5ll ■^JTWI I Seventeenth edition, pp. ii. ii. 232. 
Calcutta, 1870. 12°. 

Twenty-first edition, pp. iv. 250. Calcutta, 



1877. 12° 



Twenty-second edition, pp. ii. 250. Calcutta, 



1880. 12° 



f^TQcrfSf ^Tl^?t I [Sisubodha vyakarana. 

An elementary Bengali grammar.] 3rd edition, 
pp. ii. 56. ^fwrsi ^fc5t' [Calcutta, 1863.] 12°. 

A tale from the Malatimadhava of Bhava- 



bhuti, by Loharam Shiroratna. STfirft^SR I pp. ii. 
145. Calcutta, 1860. 8°. 

LOKANATHA GHOSHA. Sec Kalhaxa. nTbJl 
^t§r5?f^'(t I etc. [RajatarauginT, translated, with 
critical and explanatory notes, by L. Gh.] 
[1883, etc.'] 8°. 

LOKANATHA NANDI. ■gT^ ?nr?r? W5^ I 

[Bhaiigii gilnycr maral, or The Headman of the 

dilapidated village. A tale.] pp.21. ^^fwTSl ^"ib-S 
[Calcutta, 1862.] 12°. 

LOKANATHA VASU. f^^ ^ W I [Hindu- 
dharmamarma. The principles of the Hindu religion 
as taught in the Siistras. A treatise in support of 
its superiority to the Christian or Muhammadan 
religions.] pp. vi. 81, ii. <Fr«i<t-l«l "i^5>o [Calcutta, 
1856.] 8". 

[Another copy.] 



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LONDON.— 7?/i/(' TramMion Societi/. ift^? ^- 
Z^^ -S[V■\^- >*rCTr^ ift^? C^TTr^ ^-t^-Jf^^J 1W^ I 
[KhrTslitlyii dharniukosha. A Christian's code of 
duties, based on tbu authority of the New Testament. 
Published for the Bible Translation Society.] 2nd 
edition, pp. xiii. 178. [Calcutta,'] 1881. 12°. 

LONG (Jame.s), Rev. See DIxab.\ni)hu Mitr.\. 
Isil Darpan .... A drama .... translated from the 
Bengali. ["With an introduction by J. L.] 1861. 8°. 

5^? KRisHNAfiiANDKA Raya, Raja ofNamdripa. 

Life of Raja Krishna Chundcr Roy. Re^^scd edition. 
[Publislied under the direction of J. L.] [1857.] 12°. 

See Pkrsian Fables. (Translation into 

Bengali of the Persian Fables undertaken ... at 
the request of the Rev. J. L.) [1850 ?] 8°. 

Catalogue of the Vernacular Literature Com- 
mittee's Library. [Compiled by J. L.] pp. 5G. 
Calcutta, 1855. 8°. 

STf^sTTal I [Pliiltumiila], or Etymological 



Primer, .Sanskrit and Bengali, [containing an alpha- 
betical list of Sanskrit roots and words derived from 
them.] Seventh edition, pp. 40. Calcutta, 18G0. 12°. 

Jfzr^TT I [Drishtiintaratna], or 365 Scripture 

emblems, illustrating spiritual things by natural 
things. With a selection of Bengali proverbs and 
8a3'ings corresponding with Scripture ones. Second 
edition, pp. 99. Calcutta, 1857. 12°. 

Proverbs of Europe and Asia [compiled by 

J. L., and] translated into the Bengali language 
[by Raiigaliila Vandyopadhyilya.] .... ^<Ifi»Ufcr(1 
[PravadamSla.] Pt. II. pp. 96." Calcutta, 1869. 12°. 

Pt. I. is a selection of Bengali proverbs by J. L., separately 
catalogued. 

Selections from the Bengali periodical press, 

being extracts from native newspapers or periodicals 
on history, biography, anecdotes, natural history, 
moral tales, etc. 'sr^^TW '^Tf? I [Samviidasilra.] pp. 
ii. iii. 198. Calcutta, 185:1 12=. 

One of the "Bengali Family Library" Series. 

Two thousand Bengali proverbs, illustrating 

native life and feeling. .£|<Jtky|«n 1 4 « iir *Tlir f^f^sf 
■erf^«tTf ^J'^sT? ^:«T^ [Pravadamalii.] ^ip. 1^38. 
Calcutta, 1868. 12°. 

Three thousand Bengali proverbs, and pro- 



verbial sayings, illustrating native life and feeling 
among ryots and women. iST^TTr STTcTl I etc. pp. 17-1. 
<-r^<^rTl \\r1\ [Calcutta, 1872.] 12". 

An enlarged edition of the preceding work. 



LORD'S SUPPER. A Treatise on the Lord's 
Supper, witli devotional reflections. •STY? (»|St*< 
f^^iPF ■S\ 11 sf. [Prabhur Bhojana vishayaka pra- 
sanga.] pp. 81. Calcutta, 18-12. 12°. 

MACAULAY (Thomas Babingtox),/?'/;-^/) Macaulay. 
See Dkvkndramohana Sf.xa. C?t^f^T^ I [Ilore- 
shiyiich, i.e. Iloratius. A poem founded on M.'s 
" Lays of Ancient Rome."] [1881.] 12^ 

MADAGASCAR. SlTirfTrn^T?Y ^t^^f^^ ofT^T? I 
[Madiigiiskiirastba Khrlsbtauiaudalir itivritta.] 
History of the Church of Madagascar, pp. 112, 14. 
^f^mi\ [Calcutia,'] 1880. 12°. 



MADANAMOHA.NA MITRA. 
^T^J I [Gitajayajagadi 
poems.] Pt. I. pp. ii. I3U 

1871.] 8°. 



I kiivva. ^liseellaneous 
^iWrsI •i'i.'iV [Calcutta, 



2nd 
1869.] 



edition, pp. 
12°. 



[Kavitakadaniba. Short poems.] 
74. *ri1<t-T3l •iii.'ii [Calcutta, 



'«r<nf i^rfs^ I [Saradapratimii. A drama in 

five acts.] pp. viii. 50. ^ST^Tal ^^V-a [Calcutta, 

1879.] 8°. 

'^t'ST? *Ji?(tl1 I [Sltiir iinvcshana. Tlie lament 

of Riima in search of Sltii. A poem.] pp. 46, ii. 
trm [Dacca, 1863 ?] 12°. 

MADANAMOHANA TARKALANKARA. The 

Infant Teacher. [Si.susikslia, an elementary reading 

book for schools.] (f^-»5f»f^ 1) Pts. I. and III. 

pp. ii. ii. 25-44. ^ri^TsI ■i>>V-^^ [Calcutta, 

1864-65.] 12°. 

Incomplete: Wanting Pt. JI. Pt. I. is of the Z\st, and 
Pt. HI. of the 2\st edition. 

'SH'gf^rT^ I [Rijupiitha. A reading book for 



children, beinsr selections from the author's Sisu- 
sikshii.] 8th edition, pp. 24. '^■f^\^'S\ 'i'hX' [Calcutta, 
1863.] 12°. 

MADARADRUMA SARMA. f^ j^ er??t I 
[KautukalaliaiT. Amusing talcs in prose and verse.] 
pp. iv. 95. ^r^W-til v-iV-vS [Calcutta, 1861.] 12°. 

MADHAVA, Son of Indukara. Nidana, a Sanskrit 
system of pathology. Translated into Bengali [from 
the Miidtiavanidana of M.] by Udoy Chaiid Dutt . . . 
Second edition . . . with the Sanskrit text added [and 
additional matter from the commentary of Vijaya- 
rakshita Srlkanthadatta.] pp. ii. 259. ^«f^t5l 
^VV [Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 



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MADHAVA, -%» of Induhtm. fwfsrr?f >*J^Tf*f^ 
[iVidiinarthajirakasika, being the Sanskrit text of 
M.'s Nidana, edited with a Bengali jjrose transhition 
by Kesavachandra Raya.] pp. 256. <i?Ri<r-|sl 'i^W 
(Cakiitta, 1879.] 8". 

MADHAVACHANDRA BHATTACHARYA. 

?JT^1 ■5rr?o [Vyakaranasara.] .... A Grammar of 
the Sanscrit hmguage, designed for the use of native 
students, by Madhub Chundur Pundit, pp. vi. 171. 
Cukutta, 1824. 12°. 

MADHAVACHANDRA CHATTOPADHYAYA. 

>l fil li Jl [-s/r] ■JT^.sr^ I [Samasyii samgraha. A book 
of riddles.] Pt. I. 2nd edition, jip. 48. <tr«l<t-l4l 
^;^V?. \_Cakutta, 1880.] 12°. 

MADHAVACHANDRA SARMA. Brrjln. -"ftf^- 

■»rs^ I ^«!W «tf?rf^ I End. F"5^5J '^zwyi ■srsrr^ i 

§|^5RFg" ■*r^ [Santisataka. A collection of 100 
verses on the true sources of happiness, by M. S., 
being a free translation of Silhana Misra's Silnti- 
sataka, in Sanskrit.] pp. 19. '[Crtto(«a? 1852?'] 8". 
Containing onhj 100 verses of the 107 of the original. 

MADHAVACHARYA. SlsrsT^t<l AXTll I etc. [Srlmad- 
bliiigavatasiira. An abstract of the Bhagavatapuriina, 
in verse, containing chiefly an account of the life of 
Krishna.] pp. vi. 223. ^5i^t5l "i^V5> [Cakutta, 

1880.] 8°. 

MADHUB CHUNDUR PUNDIT. See MIdiiava- 
cnAXDKA Bhattach.Irya. 

MADHUMADHAVA CHATTOPADHYAYA. 

C^T^Tf^fJfr I ^Iwrs ^<^jr5T I [Hemopakhyana. 
A mythological tale.] pp. 63. ^IwTSl 'i\V8 
[Cakuffa, 1877.] 12°. 

MADHUSUDANA DATTA (Michael), See Har- 
shadeva. Ratnavali .... translated from the 
Bengali by Michael M. S. Dutt. 1858. 8°. 

See KalTprasaxna Raya. A criticism on 



Meghanada [a poem by M. M. D.] etc. [1870.] 12°. 

See Nagendrakatha Ghosha. .£rft«rf? ^C^ I 

.... A heroic mask in one act, [founded on the 
Virangana, a poem by M. M. D.] [1880.] 12°. 

■^0? Ttf^TT^ Wti-i f^l I [Bura saliter ghare 



ron, or Feathers on the neck of the old parrot. A 
humorous sketch of Hindu life.] 2nd edition, pp. 
32. ^ST^r^l ^^5f», \_Cakutta, 1862.] 8"=. 

lilC^ f^ '5^ ir»J3l? ^^y^ I [Ekei ki bale sa- 



bhyata ? "Do you call this politeness?" A farce in 2 
acts, on the manners of Bengali Babus of the present 
time.] pp. 38. ^fwT^I ^\5»5» ^Cakiitta, 1859.] 8°. 



MADHUSUDANA DATTA (Michael). Second 
edition, pp. 34. ^UMt \ •i\5,s. ICahutfa, 1862.] 8°. 

^g'o^JTf^t •'TbW I [Krishnakumarl niitaka. A 



drama in five acts.] pp. iii. 115. (?«/<'«/<<«, 1861. 8°. 
^ijlI^iSt srf^^ I [PadmiivatI nataka. A 



drama in live acts.] jjp. 78. Cakutta, 1860. 8^ 
'»rWVl srfW I [Sarraishthil nataka. A 



drama in five acts.] pp. 84. Cakutta, 1858. 8°. 
2nd edition, pp. 84. <tRl<-t4l 'i^'i' [Cakutta, 



1863.] 8°. 

r4(:«ll'^i||i1S4 ^T^J I [Tilottamiisambhava 

kavya. The discovery of the nymph Tilottama by 
Indra in Brahmapurl. A poem in blank verse.] 
pp. 104. Cakutta, 1860. 8°. 

[Another copy.] 



Fii^l eUf^'5^ ^t^J I [Fourth edition. Edited 

by Riljukisora De.] pp. 113. <tr«t*T-»l 'iV'iSs 
[Cakutta, 1879.] 8°. 

■^Irf^^ ^?J I [Virangana kavya. A poem 



in blank verse, in the shape of letters from cele- 
brated types of Hindu female heroism.] Pt. I. 
pp. 70. '^fwra -iX^V- [Cakutta, 1861.] 8=. 

W^itW^ "^t^ efc- ('SfSW'T^). [Vrajahgana 



kavya. A poem on the sports of Krishna and 
Radhikil. Canto I. Edited by Taikunthaniltha 
Datta.] pp. ii. 46. ^fsTTTSI ■iV5>'i [Cakutta, 
1861.] S\ 

Apparently no more published. 

[Another edition of Canto I. only.] pp. 46. 



^fsrrrsi ^V5.8 [Calcutta, 1864.] 12". 

MADHUSUDANA MUKHOPADHYAYA. See 

Andersox (H. C). E.'tJJr* Tf^^ etc. [Chakmaki 
baksa. Two tales translated by M. M.] 1867. 12°. 

— — 5^ ( 1t41v Idl^oi I [Chin deslya bulbul. 
The Chinese nightingale, translated by M. M.] 
1867. 12°. 

— — ^-^f^fS ^°>i *l 1 <<^ etc. [Kutsita hamsasii- 
vaka. The ugly duckling and the dwarf, trans- 
lated by M. M.] 1868. 12°. 

— — 5r?rr?r5 l etc. [Marmet, i.e. The mermaid. 
A fairy tale translated by M. M.] 1857. 12°. 

— — <a: ^<^' ir <- t ^ ?l ^Sf^r^ ^rra l [Putrasokiltura 
dulikhini miita. Two tales translated by M. 
M.] 1868. 12°. 



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MADHUSUDANA MUKHOPADHYAYA. -SVy 
Anderson (II. C.) TT^ 5-^^CTr? ■5rf4tJTf?^1 1 [Vayu- 
chatushtavcr iiklivavikil. The four wiuds. A tale 
trauslatcci by M. Si."] 185S. 12°. 

'^sr^TI 5^fwr? ^K^ \^\--i I [Aliulyii, the 



sweeper's daughter. A tale of a low caste woman in 
the days of Humayun.] pp. 118, viii. Calcutta, 
1858. ' 12°. 

One of th» " Bengali Family Library " Series. 

^TlTff'fJf? t>r<l^ I [Jilhanirar charitra. Tlie 



life of Jahaniril, a historical novel, translated from 
the English by il. M.] pp. ii. 120. Calcutta, 
1858. 12^ 

One of the "Bengali Family Library " Series. 

C'5f*Tt*f I [Jepan. An account of Japan, its 



inhabitants, commerce, manners and customs, trans- 
lated from the English by M. M.] pj). iv. 230. 
Calcutta, 1863. 12°. 

One of the " Bengali Family Library " Series. 

»J&tr?>r-'^1 1 [Mujiihid Sliilh. A historical novel. 



translated from the English by H. M.] pp. 132. 
Calcutta, 1859. 12^ 

One of the "Bengali Family Library" Series. 

[Another copy.] 

•t(.41rtl<) ^^«fJT^ I [SusTliir upilkhyaua. An 



instructive tale for Bengali girls.] 3 i)t. pp. 74, 
100, iv. 176. Calcutta, 1859-69. 12°. 

One of the "Bengali Famili/ Lihran/" Series. Ft. LI. is 
of the -i'th, and I't. ILL of the -Ind edition. 



Pt. I. Second edition, pp. 



Calcutta, 



1861. 12°. 



f^FT? I ^«h«- fwf^^ TT^T^rfwr^ CWT^<tft^ I 

[Vichiira. A tale of school life, translated from 

the English by M. M.] pp. 31. Calcutta, 1858. 12°. 

One of the " Bengali Family Library " Series. 

MADHUSUDANA SARASVATI. gt ^ l 'Ig^H etc. 
[Prastliiinablieda. A classification of the theological 
and philosophical branches of Sanskrit literature by 
M. S. The original Sanskrit text, with a Bengali 
translation by Eamanarayana Vidyaratna.] pp. 29. 
^fwrsl -il^V [Calcutta, 1806.] 8°. 

MADHUSUDANA VACHASPATI. See SiJDRAKA, 

Raja of Jdagadlia. T^igZT^ \ etc. [Vasantasena, 
translated by M. Y.] [1866.] 8°. 

r<C<<f <i a I < fd I [Vivekaratniivali. Aphorisms 



of Vedantic phUosophj'. A paraphrase in verse of 
the Yedantadarsana of Badarayana.] pp. 179. 
^U<M \ ^IVb \_Calcutta, 1864.] 8°. 



MADHUSUDANA VIDYA VACHASPATI. See 
R.\GmN.\xi).\x.\ Bii.\iTA(ii.\UYA. ^J^^T'I^* etc. 
[VyavasthiTrnava. Selections from Smrititattva. 
Translated by M. V.] [1847.] 8°. 

MAHABHARATA. 

ENTIRE WORK. — Sanskrit and Bengali. 
§1 »l^t«l<14? I etc. [The Mahiibhiirata. Adiparva 
to Strlparva. Sanskrit text with a Bengali prose 
tran.slation, in separate volumes, by Jaganmohana 
Tarkalaiikiira, Hancsvara Vidyiilaiikiira, Gojjiiladhana 
Chudiimani, Syamiicharana Tattvaviigisa, Siirada- 
prasada Jfiilnanidhi, Kediiranatha Yidyilvacha.spati 
and Aglioranatha Tattvanidhi.] 22 pt. bound in 
viii. vol. -^t^^ ■i'iV-8-s.a [Burdican, 1862-73.] fol. 
Apparently no more published. 

I.VDEX TO Bk.VG.VLI VOLUMES. 

Vol. i. Adiparva. pp. ii. vi. 362. Saka 1784. 

Sablifiparva. pp. iv. 115. ,, 1784. 

ii. Viinaparva. pp. vi. 287. ,, 1787. 

Virataparva. pj). iv. 105. ,, 1785. 

iii. TJiiyojraparva. pp. vii. 322. ,, 1789. 

BliTshiuaparva. pp. v. 228. ,, 1789. 

iv. Dnmaparva. pp. i. viii. 391. ,, 179!. 

Kan.Kiparva. pp. v. 221. ,, 1793. 

Salyaparva. pp. i. iv. 145. ,, 1794. 

Sauptikaparva. pp. i. ii. 32. ,, 1794. 

Strlparva. pp. i. ii. 34. ,, 1794. 

TfT^fTTrT'i; etc. [Sanskrit text and Nlla- 



kantha's commentary, with a separate prose trans- 
lation of Adiparva, by Satyavrata Siiraasrami 
Bhattachiirya, Sabha- and Yana-parvas by KalFvara 
Ycdantaviiglsa Bhattacbarya, and Virata and suc- 
ceeding parvas by Srldharachiidiimani Bhattacharya.] 
^?TT^C? 'i^5»^ [Scrampur, 1871, etc^ 8°. 
In progress. 

ENTIRE WORK Bengali. 

The Muhabharut : translated into Bengalee 



verse, by Kasee Dass ; and revised and collated with 
various manuscripts, by Joy Gopal Turkulunkar. 
(*l^t'«f<l4). 2 vol. Seranipore, 1836. 8°. 

2?;'3- ;j^ l a l ja ^«Tir«r <t^ I etc. [The Mahii- 



bharata, translated into Bengali verse by KasTrama 
D.T.sa.] pp. viii. 967. ^fwTSl ^IVa [Calcutta, 
1863.] 8°- 

Wanting pp. 449 to 456. The pagination of pp. 413 to 
445 follows the number of columns, i.e. 2 to the page. Pp. 
441 to 488 are in duplicate. 

;j^ l a l j A ^xT'T^r ^■^ 1 etc. [Another edition.] 



l^p. viii. 918. ^5^31 ^^Itt [Calcutta, 1868.] 8° 



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MAHABHARATA. 

ENTIRE WORK. — Efngii/i. 
M^ JislslilA I -s^WV (<lr<JJt>l£r«ftT VW? ^^- 
■^ITf I [The Mahiibharata. Adiparva to Santiparva. 
Translated into Bengali prose by Durgacharana 
Vandyopadhyaya, and edited by Pratapachandra 
Eaya.] 12 pt. in 6 vol. ^^{WVS\ tXH'ii-yr'i ICa/citfta, 
1869-74.] 8°. 

Incomplete. Wa)iting the latter portion and Index of 
Santiparva. The editor in his preface to that Pt. states his 
inahility to carry on the work any further. The translator's 
name appears only on Adiparva. 

Index to Volumes. 

Vol. i. Adiparva. pp.il. ii. 680, xxiii. T?eng.yr. 1276. 

Sabhaparva. pp. 271. vi. ,, 1277. 

Vol. ii. Vauiiparva. pp. 1047, xviii. ,, 1277. 

Vol. iii. Viiiitaparva. pp. ii. 19.5, iii. ,, 1278. 

Udyogaparva. pp. 579, xiv. ,, 1278. 

Vol. iv. Bhishmapai'va. pp. 450, vi. ,, 1279. 

Dronaparva. pp. 786, viii. ,, 1279. 

Vol. V. Karaaparva. pp. 419, iv. ,, 1280. 

Salyaparva. pp. 278, iii. ,, 1280. 

Sauptikaparva. pp. 67, i. ,, 1280. 

Stnparva. pp. 72, ii. ,, 1281. 

Vol. vi. Santiparva. pp. vi. 1234. ,, 1281. 

Mobavarut. 'Zs^'t Hi^\ »|<14 I ^xflT*!'^ I . . . 

[Another edition.] pp. 1255. ^fiT^Tl 'iW'i 
ICalcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

Adiparva. — Sanslcrif and Bengali. 

fl^rm I etc. [Sanskrit text as far as Sarga 63, 1. 37, 
with Nllakantha's commentary, and a Bengali trans- 
lation of the text by Jaganmohana Tarkiilankiira.] 
Nos. i.-viii. ^fwra :>^^1 [Calcutta, 1870, efc.] 8°. 
In progress. 

PORTIONS. 

AniPARVA. — Bengali. 
4|^l»|<li ^jTCJTT V I [The Mahabhiirata, trans- 



lated into verse by Kaslrama Dasa. 4 pt. in 2 vol., 

containing the Adiparva only.] ^^TT^C? 'iV-'"i-''0 
l^erampur, 1801-03.] 12°." 

£ach part has a separate pagination. 

AsvAMEDHiKAPARVA.— /S(?«sAvv7 and Bengali. 

HNlMM^nutiij^H I %ftrf^»nTrni; i etc. (^str^jf^- 

^)\4,b I . . . ^:M^ M^<V^ I) [Jaiminibhilrata, 
another title for the Asvamedhikaparva, or 14th 
Book of the Mahiibharata, in the version ascribed 
to Jaimini. Sanskrit text, with a Bengali trans- 
lation, forming part of the Priichlnapuriinasamgraha, 
a monthly journal of Pauranic literature.] 4 pt. 
pp.80,80.' ^fwr3lqQ5?Q-30[Cff/fM«ff,1872-73.] 4°. 
In progress. 



MAHABHAEATA. 

PORTIONS. 

AsVAMEUiiiKAPARVA. — Appendix. 

See K.alTpada Vidy.ar.atxa. Chandrahangsa. A 

tale from the Jeimini Bharata, [or 14th book of the 

Mahiibharata.] [I860.] 8". 



BiiagavadgTta. — Sanakrit and Bengali. 

"Hffwrtn II Yyn\°-^ « Si ^<i^ i r^<i ^m <ii^? 

^X^ AJt^^r? [Bhagavadgita. Sanskrit text 



and commentary, and a Bengali translation by 
GaurTsankara TarkaviigTsa.] pp. i. 112. ^f%^"5l 
^\8^ (Calcutta, 1835.] 8". 



Sl-»?fn^5fi-5i 



^j"^ wy\^Vf ^-^i «Twfr5 



■»fg-| -5r?ryr??r^ l [Sanskrit text with a Bengali verse 
translation.] pp. 176. ^-HrK-lil ^^8V \_Calcutta, 

1841.] 8". 

^t*l't«r?ff?^7 ^ TrfT-S . . . Sl!r5?t4i«5fl4l etc. 



[Sanskrit text, with a commentary in Bengali, by 
Hitalala Misra.] pp. 567. 'i^'io.-'i'iV-'' [^Calcutta, 
1853-58.] 4". 

^?IT?Tt^ I etc. [Sanskrit text and translation 



by GaurTsankara TarkavagTsa. Another edition.] 
pp. i. 201. ^U^\t\ ■i^'iV- ICalcutta, 1857.] 8". 

^isrs^'^'ftal I etc. [Sanskrit text and 



Bengali traushitiou by Mathuraniitha Tarkaratua.] 
pp. ii. 276. ^^m ^V5.<i [Calcutta, 1867.] 8°. 

lilsrsMT^fft^l [Text and verse translation 



by Vaikunthaniitha Yandj'opadhyaya.] jjp. 130. 
?Ffwr5l \\-h-% [Calcutta, 1879.] 8^ 

Slsrs^lTipf^sl [Sanskrit text, with a trans- 



lation of Sridharasvamin's commentary by Yraja- 
vallabha Yidyiiratna Gosviiml.] 2nd edition, pp. 
vi. 250. <-r^''t- T^1 VVV [Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

Bhagavadgita. — Bengali. 

Slsr5?f?Tf5ft~5l I [The Bhagavadgltii, freely 



rendered into Bengali verse by Bhuvanachandra 
Yasiika.] pp. 108. ^ST^tSl 'i^va [Calcutta, 
1878.] 12°. 

Nalop.akhyana. — Appendix. 

See AhIIAYAXAXDA YaNDTOPADHYAVA. STsT 



t;«y j^ sTf^ I [Xala DamayantI nataka. The story 
of King l^ala, adapted from the Mahiibharata.] 
[1859.] 12°. 

See Bhola>-atha Mukhop.adhtaya. stcT 



t^ijtlfj^ I [Xala DamayantI nataka. A drama on the 
story of Xala and DamayantI.] [1879.] 8^ 



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MAHABHARATA. 

PORTIONS. [N.VI.OPAKTtYAW. — Appoxlix.'] 

Sit Kai,ii>as.v Saxxyala. sTrtTf^nr^ ifW I [Nala 
Dainayaiitl niitaka. A drama ou the story of Kiug 
Nala.] [1867'.] 8°. 

See PRANArHANDRA DasA. iT^-W^nr^ 'l\\i<- I 



[Xala Damayanti nataka. A flraina on the story of 
Nala and Damayanti.] [1880.] 12°. 

iSVr IiAMACIIAXnRA !MuKlIOI>Ar)nYAYA. STsT 



If^nrst I [Nala Damayanti. The story of King Nala 
inverse.] [18G;i.] "12". 

[Another edition.] [1878.] 12°. 



SAKUNTALorAKHYANA. — Appendix. 

See Anandachandra VkdaxtaaagTsa. si^- 

^I<i4t^ *)<t-'tM]^'<ilTt^ I rMahilbharatlva Sakuntalo- 
piikhyiina. The story of .Sakuutalil, founded on the 
ejiisode from the Mahabharata.] [1857.] 12°. 

Spp Naxpalai.a Raya. »I^1 »l<l-4l^?f^ I 



■"r^^YsTl sf^ I [Sakuntalii nataka. A drama on the 
sto^y of Sakuntalii.] [1880.]' 12°. 

SAAnTRYUPAKHYANA. — Appendix. 
Sec KalTkrisiina ChakravautT. '5r?t''2r«T^ 



•iTtf^ I [Satijjrabhava nataka. A drama on the story 
of Siivitrl and SatyavJIn.] [1879.] 8°. 

See Kedaraxatha Gangopadhyaya. ■JTrf^rft 



*i»J<H sft^ I [Siivitrl Satyavan nataka, or the story 
of Siivitrl, taken from the Mahiibharata.] [1879.] 12°. 

DOUBTFUL PORTIONS. 
The Mahabharata in ISengali. Introductorv 



chapters [of doubtful authenticity, sixty-two in 
number, translated] by Iswara Chandra Vidyasagara 
. . . J(^r»1<l4i I ^<T55?rfq^7^?f dc. 2nd edition, pp. ii. 
186. Calcutta, 1862. 8^. 

APPENDIX. 
See Hiraxmaya Mukhopadhyaya. 5I^t"»f?"5 



r<«iiJ<f '^T^T? I [Mahiibharata vishayaka prastava. 
An essay ou the Mahilbhilrata.] [1881.] 8°. 

See Pkriodicai, Puklicatioxs. — Calcutta. 



Trrr*f ^«iPW I etc. [Sarvartha plirnachandra. A 
monthly magazine, containing Bengali translations 
of selections from the Mahilbhilrata.] [1855-57.] 8°. 

MAHADEVA, pseud. ^Tir C? ■^TC^r? ^(^31 [Hiii 
re sakhcr Kalketil. "Alas for the companions of 
Calcutta." On the profligacy of Bengali Babus.] 
pp. 23. ICalcutla, 1863 ?J 12°. 



MAHANANDA VANDYOPADHYAYA. -"ff^- 

C*f^ •l(b<fr I [Siiktisela niltaka. A drama on the 

encounter between Lakshmana and Rilvaua.] pp. b^. 
<:[<A^ \ t \ 'iXyr'i [Calcutta, 1679.] 8°. 

MAHENDRALALA KHAN. C?rTf?'=If-?Tt1wl I 
^"S-TT^tS I [Govindagitikil. Devotional songs 
addressed to Krishna, with a chapter on Hindu 
musical notation.] pp. ii. 15-1. <ffci<t-l«l 'iK'^1 
[Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

■"fT?rCT|«7r? I . . . Saradotsaba, Opera. By 

Pajali Mohendro Lall Khan. pp. 58. ^fwTsl 'i^VV 

[Ca/rutta, 1881.] 8^ 

MAHENDRALALA MITRA. (WCt! •^Z'l fTSTf^ I 
[Dekhe suae liatajfiilna or "Seeing and hearing one 
is perplexed." Sketches of low life in Calcutta, in 
prose and verse.] pp. 46. ^fwTSl ^^1" [Calcutta, 
1863.] 12°. 

MAHENDRANATHA BHATTACHARYA. Hand- 
book of Bengali literature . . . Tr^T^n ilTf^'SJ-Tr?^ I 
[Bilngillil silhitya samgraha.] 2 pt. ^-fiK-fSl 'iWd 
[Calcutta, 1878"-S0.] 12". 

Pt. I. is of the -ith, Ft. II. of the 5th edition. 

MAHENDRANATHA DATTA. ^5r^<y-^^ I [xVhka- 
pustaka. An aritlimetic for the use of schools.] 
2nd edition, jip. 192. Calcutta, 1877. 12°. 

MAHENDRANATHA GHOSHALA. "^Tirfciff-sr 
^?J««lTf»5rr^ I ^yi ;5^J9«t-tfn«l Ti^firs l''[Ayur- 
vedokta dravyagunilbhidhilna. A medical dictionary 
in Bengali, compiled by M. Gh. from the Amarako.sha, 
Madanavinoda, and various other Sanskrit authorities.] 
pp. 19-1. ^^rsl ^VV-^ [Calcutta, 1882.] 8°. 



^5(r^T*IZir*r5r^t»f^ 5r^ l [Silrilrnava. A treatise ou 

Vedic jjhilosophy, with numerous quotations from 

the Vedas.] Pt. ii. ^^T^tSl ^^V-a [Calcutta, 

1879.] 8°. 

Wanting It. I. 

MAHENDRANATHA GUPTA. Anatomy descrip- 
tive and surgical .... by Mohendra Nauth Gupta, 
. . . Part iv. (f^V^-*V^ 4^? ^^ >i^^lV ^Tfft? ^ l) 
Calcutta, 1879. 8^ 

Imperfect, wanting Pt. I.- 1 I I. 

MAHENDRANATHA MUKHOPADHYAYA. 

jf^r^^Rt^ ^ <-I??Ui: w^ *TrPT^ I [Riimavauaviisa 
piinchilll, and Kiiliyadamana pilnchilll. Two poems, 
the former on the exile of Eiima, the latter ou the 
destruction by Krishna of the thousand headed 
serpent Killlya.] pp. ii. 88. ^fsK-t^l ^W5. 
[Calcutta, 1880.] 12^ 



62 



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MAHENDRANATHA RAYA. Life of Samuel 

Ilalinemanu (with a short history of his system 

and notice of his works) by ^lahenclra Nath Roy. 

c? Tf5r«njTr«r-^rrf?^^l srrsT'TfifJT? ^mrc:?^ rrf^srr- 

Z^ Wt^- pp. 84. ^^Tf^^rgf •i\\r\r- [Ta/ifjrniJ, 
CalcuUa, 1881.] 8°. 

MAHENDRANATHA VASU. -^traT^ TTfJn "t^ I 
[Strlloka sadhyu uiitaka. A drama in suppoi't of 
Hindu female education.] pp. 24. <?r«1<t-fTI 'i'iVa 
[Calcutta, 1863.] 12°. 

MAHESACHANDRA DASA DE. TfC^T? ?rC? 
C^C^f? ■^tyrj I [Ijiigher ghare ghoger vasii, or The 
dove's nest in the tiger's lair. A fable.] pp. 13. 
^f^^T^ ViVa {Calcutta, 18G3.] 12°. 



[Another copy.] 

CT^IT?? ^^ TT&^ttf^ [Chorer ujjar batpilri, 

or A robbery on thieves. A tale in verse and prose.] 
pp. 14. ^^IwTsI -iiva [Cakutta, 18G3.] 12°. 

Pf^inr"S3 TtW 1 Tl ■JTSt^t^rl I [Dakshayajna 

niitaka. A drama on the story of the sacrifice made 
by king Daksha.] 4th edition, pp. 46. ^fsl^t^l 
^^VV [Calcutta, 1881.] 12°. 

?1ir f^ ■5r5"5 -"ft^Tll^ I [Iliii ki adbhuta slla- 

vrishti. "Alas ! what an extraordinary hailstorm ! " 
A poem on the distress caused by storms.] pp. 14. 
^fsretsl ^"iVi [Calcutta, 1864.] 12°. 

^C^ C^T^Tl— srf^l I [Ililto kholii ponde miilii. 



" In his hand a potsherd, round his loins a garland 
of flowers." A farce on the consequences of leading 
a dissolute life.] pp. 21. ^Pd^T^I 'iJo^' [Calcutta, 
1863.] 12°. 

f<RrJT »t^ f% *rf^ ^stirs ftr l [Kise nai ki pantii 

bhate ghi, or The beggar suddenly turned rich. A 
tale.] pp.13, ^f^^rsn-iva [fV//(VfC/'ff, 1863.] 12°. 

C^"»fT«rf? f% ^5lTf? I [NesJikhuri ki jhakmari, 



" AVhat an evil is drunkenness." A farce.] pp. 22. 
^f%^^ -ilV-a [Calcutta, 1863.] 12°. 

[Another copy.] 



• ^TS TfTi ^T^rtTt'r I [Para babii atmarama. 

A poem on the evils of profligacy.] pp. 13. 
^fsT^T^I ^^\r■(L [Calcutta, 1863.] 12°. 

of?P^^Jt^ (?fM^ ^°)- [Panchakalyiinlj'a. 



Poems on the death of Ravana, the sports of 
Krishna, and other subjects.] pp.92. %\'^'i[Calcufla? 
I860.] 16°. 



MAHESACHANDRA DASA DE. ^ST^ft-^T^-STR I 
[Suratl Sukumara. A tale in verse.] pp. ii. 104. 
^^^m ^1b-8 [Calcutta, 1862.] 12°. 

^^■ST^ ?'5f 5rr&^ I [Taranlsenabadha niitaka. 



A mythological drama on the Ramayana stoiy of 
the defeat of Taranlsena by Rama.] pp. 56. 
^rfsrrra ^^Vl [Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 

The Tom Jones natuck. [An adaptation in 



verse and prose of an incident in Fielding's " History 
of Tom Jones," by M. D. D. and GopJilachandra 
Niitha.] ^ cm^ 5rr?r^ ^pTfj srf^. Pt. I. pp. 12. 
Calcutta, 1863. 12°. 

r<iyVl FW?;?'^ srfW I [Yishayii Chandrahamsa 



nataka. A tale in the form of a drama.] pp. 44. 
^iwf^ ^^Vi. [Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

MAHESACHANDRA KARPHARMA. >2f<1TI-SfTr^l 
[Pranaya2)ravaha. A romance of ancient times.] 
pp. iii. 24, 201, iv. ^s1<t-T4l V^'i'i [Calcutta, 

1864.] 8°. 

MAHESACHANDRA MITRA. See Jaharilala 

SIla. liWilJl ■JTf'Sr^ I [Samas3-a samgraha. Compiled 
by Jaharilala SUa, wuth the assistance of M. M.] 
[1869.] 12°. 

MAHESACHANDRA NYAYARATNA. See 

S.Iyana( iiARY.i. iSarvadarsana Sangraha in Bengali 
by Joyanaravana Tarkapanchanana [assisted, by 
M. N.], etc. 1861. 8°. 

MAHESACHANDRA PALA. See Up.iNlSHADS. 

•SKC^^Iir-^-sCiliilTnfs^?- I etc. [The Aitareya Upani- 
shad, text, and translation by M. P.] [1882, etc.] 8°. 

MAHESACHANDRA VANDYOPADHYAYA. 

Onoobadsar, or translation of select (moral) essays 
from standard English authors, by Mohes Chunder 
Bonnerjee ^y_<itr*tr?. pp. ii. ii. 96. Calcutta, 
1864. 12°. 

MAHILADIGER TATTVAJNANA SABHA. Sec 

Calcutta. — Jdahildiliijcr Tattcajndna Sali/id. 

MAHIMACHANDRA GUPTA. ?mi ?;«?1 f^^T 
;rf?r 1T^^ I [I^iij'^ haoyii vishama diiya, or " Uneasy 
lies the head that wears a crown." A drama, pp. 
84. ^fsT^T^ 'i^V5> [Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 

MAHTAB CHAND, Ha/a of Bardiraii. ^«f^?tT- 

srfsrs I ^«ri«- ^r9<( f^'Qi ^3^ f^^ir^ ■jt^^-jt?:^ i 

[Bhaktigananiiita. Hindu devotional songs.] pp. 
170. -^^'sf-R ■i^vn [Banhcan, 1880.] 8°. 



63 



MAH— JIAR 



MAHTAB CHAND, Raja of Bard wan. J-isTl^'T- 
siTW 1 [Saiij^Itasudhiikura. Lyric songs.] Pt. II. 
pp. 13. ■^srfiT ^5s.V1 [Ihirdimn, 1881.] 8^. 

MAKHANALALA GHOSHA. Y'^'^l^^^^'^f^^f^ 
.... Biograpliy of JuiUiisthira, by Maklmii Lall 
Ghosc. pp.88. ^f5T^r5l^V5»v- [Crt/<;((</rt, 18G8.] 8°. 

MALI MUHAMMAD. ^iTiJ IJtAi:)^ 1 [Taiibiyat 
al-iiisa, or Moral advice to woiuen. Stories in 
Mulianimaflan Bengali verse.] jjp. 41. ^-fsiT-l^l 
^5^V5» [Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

MALTE-BRUN (Victor Adot.I'He). .See Krishna- 
MoiivN.v Vandvoi'adhvaya. Geography, compiled 
from . . . ^lalte Brun's Geography, and other works. 
1848. 12°. 

MANIRAMA MISRA. ■JTt?ltlJI«^ I '^«f|(?, <Frf%- 
irfJT « iil^ 5f?T?T^ r<^iJiriri4Ji» ^<Tf<trr^ [Saradii- 
niaiigala. Poems on an episode in the life of the 
poet Kniidiisa and king Yikramilditya.] 3rd edition, 
pp. iv. 64. <:-rgl<-T S l ■i^li ICalnitta, 1SG9.] 8^ 

4th edition, pp. GG. ^fcK-fil ^^V1 \_Cakutta, 

1880.] 12°. 

MANOHARA. ^TC^it^ II rfr. [Manoharil. A talc 
in verse.] pp. iv. 310. ??f5I^t3l 'i^'jo [Calcutta, 
1856.] 16°. 

MANOMOHANA VASU. ^»5W ^TfW I [Tlari.s- 
cliaiidra niltaka. A drama on the stoiy of king 
Ilarischandra.] 2nd edition, pp. 127. <-r<Jl<-T^1 '>^'"i 
[Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

^rwrtrTl I ^«r5r ^t l [Padyamiila. A Bengali 



primer in verse.] 11th edition, pp. ii. 34. ^feT^f^i 
:»b-V8 [Calcutta, 1S84.] 12°. 

^rlt ^T^ I [SatI niitaka. A drama on the 



self immolation of SatI, the wife of the god Maha- 
deva.] 4th edition, pp. 104, viii. ^f^TCPSl 'iVS 
[Calcutta, 1882.] 8°. 

MANOTTAMA. ilC^lf-^SIl I ^?r«lft-'^-'pfj5 I 
f^T^^j.^ff^r^-J- c*feft^ I [^raiiotlama. A tale for 
Hindu women.] Pt. I. pp. 55. ^f^T^T^ 'i^ltt 
[Calcutta, 1868.] 8°. 

MANOYOGA. »IC«J tC^lTCM? f^SlT. [Manoyoger 
visliava, or Thoughts for consideration. A Christian 
tract.] pp 27. Calcutta, 1831. 12°. 

MANTRAS. T#t? f?Vr5TJ STSt^ [Vahglya 
visvasya mantriivall. Mantras in ordinary use for 
expelling evil spirits, as remedies against snake bites 
and other aUments.] pp.12. [C'a/c««a? 1863?] 12°. 



MANU. See RAJF.NnRANATHA Datta. Milnava- 
dharma-sastra, or a commentary ou the Institutes 
of Manu. 1881. 8°. 

sr^a^ imrsTC^r? C^flVt »IH1 l [Dayabhilga, or 



the portion of M.'s ninth book lelatingto inheritance. 
Sanskrit text with a Bengali version by Bharanl- 
dliara Rii}-a of Gangiidhara Kaviratna's commentary 
called PramadabhafijanT.] pp.75. <^<ll|<5t3 'i^VV- 
[Ber/iuijijiur, Saidahad, printed, 1881.] 8°. 

The Institutes of M. ^T^TT-'fT^ ^e^-s^- 

^ W^ ^^t^'^ftf >m r^ 41 etc. [Witli a Bengali 
iwraphrase by Yaduuatha Nyayapafichiluana, and 
Bliiiralachandra Siroraani.] pp. iii. 763. ^-fsKfT^ 
^s,:^o [Calcutta, 1866.] 8^ 

5r5~5T?fT3l ^ ^W^ ^»T etc. [ilanusamhitil. A 



criticism by Kaililsaehandra Ghosha on parts of 
Kullnka Bhatta's commentary on the 10th chapter 
of the Institutes of M. with text and commentary iu 
Nilgarl character.] pp. 36. ^f%^T^ 'i^V-a [Calcutta, 
1880.] 16^ 

MANUJA. 57^5751 I [Manuja.] A dramatic poem, 
pp. 48. #^^r5l ^^Vl [Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 

MARSHALL (George Turxri'll). See JIarshman 
(J. C.) A guide to Bengal : being a close translation 
of Ishwar Chandra Sharma's Bengalee version of 
Marshman's History of Bengal. With notes ... by 
G. T. M. 1850. 8°. 

MARSHMAN (Jniix Ci.ark). See ^Irityuxmava 
ViDVAi.ANKARA. ^STCTtif ^^^ (The Prubodh 
Chundrika. [Edited by J. C. M.] etc.) 1845. 8°. 

TT^TsTT? sF-S?. I *l [B.ingillar itihasa. History 

of Bengal from the accession of Suraj-ad-daulah to 
the administration of Lord W. Bentinck. Translated 
from the English of J. C. M.] j)^). ii. 144. 
^U<m ^Ji.'8 [Calcutta, 1848.] 8°. 

«|<l4<ld*l<l sfs^T^f I [Bhiiratavarsher itihilsa. 

History of India from the settlement of the East 
Indian Company down to the conquest of the 
Pindaris by the Marquis of Hastings in 1819.] 
2 vols. fil?TW<^ :»VO^ [Scran/pur, 1831.] 8°. 

irr(:?tMt<lW<I ^W^W^ ^f'^ l etc. [Dilrogilrder 

karmapradarsaka grantha. A translation of J. C. M.'s 
"Darogah's Manual," comprising also the duties of 
landholders in connection with the police.] pp. xviii. 
395. ^l^'R'JC? ^^<^^ [Serampur, 1851.] 8°. 



64 



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MARSHMAN (John Clark). f;f«^rKt ^tc^? 
■JT^vSr^ etc. [DlwanI ainer samgraha. A translation 
of J. C. M.'s Guide to the Civil Law in the presidency 
of Fort William, containing all the unrepealed Regu- 
lations, Acts, and Circular orders of Government, 
and summary reports of the Sudder Courts, from the 
year 1793 to 1849.] 2nd edition, pp. Ixvi. 973. 
Sl?T5T<0 ^V8S. [Serampur, 1849.] 4°. 

A guide to Bengal. Being a close translation 



[into English] of Ishwar Chandra Sharma's Bengalee 
version of that portion of M.'s history of Bengal, 
which comjjrises the rise and progress of the British 
dominion. With notes and observations by . . . 
G. T. MarshaU. jjp. iv. 159. Calcutta, 1850. 8°. 

[Another copy.] 



History of India [by J. C. M.] translated 

into Bengali by Gopall Lall Mittra . . . ^1<14<l(:»i<l 
oT-s? 1*1 [Bharatavarsher itihiisa.] pj^. viii. 201, xi. 
Calcutta, 1840. 8°. 

Vp to the year 1515. 

Itivritta sara, or M.'s "Brief survey of 

history " in Bengali . . . From the creation to the 
Christian pcra. ^fs^'^^Tt? I etc. p^i. iii. ii. x. 335. 
Calcutta, 1862. 12°. '" 

MARSHMAN (Joshua). See Periodical Publica- 
Tio.Ns.. — Serampur. Dig-durshun, or the Indian 
youth's magazine, etc. [Edited by J. M.] 1822. 8°. 

MATHOORA NATH TURKAROTNA. See Mathu- 

RANATHA TaRKARATNA. 

MATHURAMOHANA DATTA. See Vopadeva. 
lilSTCCf'ttltW^? T^i^^^° ^JT^«I? I [The first chapter 
of Vopadeva's Mugdhabodha, with a Bengali trans- 
lation by M. D.] [1818.] 12°. 

MATHURANATHA NATHA. ^T^^ ^\jjf I 
[Bhakter jivana. A brief memoir of the late Dr. 
Weuger, for many years a missionary in Bengal.] 
pp. 9. <-r=1*f4l ^V-V^ [Calcutta, 1881.] 8°. 

MATHURANATHA TARKARATNA. &?Maha- 
bharata.- Bhagavadgita. ^ir^?tWf^5l I [Bhaga- 
vadgltii, with a Bengali translation by M. T.] 

[1867.] 8°. 

See VvRANAS.—Bra/imarairartapurdiia. "3"^- 

c<<'^^TW [Edited with a Bengali translation by 
M. T.] [1882, etc.] 8°. 



MATHURANATHA TARKARATNA. ifTl^ir^'^ I 
etc. [Dhatupradijja. A list of Sanskrit roots, showing 
the formation of Bengali words from them, with 
short selections in prose and verse from Sanskrit 
authors.] pp. ii. 80. ^-fsK-lal ^1V3 [Calcutta, 
1862.] 8'. 

#tg^ ^"eT^ I o ec<r^ sTfiri <5t^?^ "^^ M^i\\wi\ 



[Jivana vrittanta. Lives of eminent men taken from 
various English sources.] 2nd edition, pp. ii. 98. 
^^^51 ^S>^^ [Calcutta, 1865.] 12^. 



>*r«nT (-^rflir) ^^ •sd'^'Tfr^ ^«f<a:^5^ 



rtr. 



[A running commentary in Sanskrit with a 
Bengali paraphrase of the Rijupatha of Isvara- 
chandra Vidyasilgara.] pp. 62, 196, 190. ^f^^T^ 
■iS.5.0-^8 [Calcutta, 1866-67.] 8°. 

■"Hf ^"k sPJi'^ I [Sabdasandarbhasindhu. A 



Bengali dictionary of sj-noujTiis, giving also the 
derivation of words.] Vol. I. pp. ii. 316. ^1%^^1 
-i-iva [Calcutta, 1862.] 4°. 

No other parts appear to have heen published. 

[Another coj)y.] 



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Saralah charita. [A moral and instructive 

tale] for the use of girls, by Mathoora Nath 
Turkarotna .... >i<!!i) Ff?^ I etc. pp. ii. 76. 
^fwf^ •iS)^^ [Calcutta, 1868.] 12^. 

frfe? ^Tf^Tt^ I [Yichitra upakhyana. A 

series of short entertaining stories.] j)f). 108. 
^^:51 ^fc^l [Calcutta, I860.] 12". 

^Jt^l Pfdi*! I ^^t^Tl ?Tr^1 f»f^^ ^VS[- 

^^^ I [Vyilkarana chandrika. An elementary 
Bengali grammar.] 6th edition, pp. 44. ^f^rsl 
^S.^:> [Calcutta, 1864.] 12". 

MATHURANATHA VARMA. A primary grammar 
in Bengali, compiled chiefly from modern gram- 
marians .... for the use of junior classes in .... 
English schools. Second edition, pp. 95. Engl, and 
Beng. Calcutta, 1879. 16". 

^S^I^f^T I (Tattwaboly, or Introduction to the 

sciences . . . [or rather, elementary lessons in natural 
science] by Mothooranath Burmo.) 2 pt. ^fsr^TSl 
^IVT. [Calcutta, I860.] 12°. 

The English title is taken from Pt. II. 

[Another copy of Pt. I.] 

MATILALA RAYA. C^<fft? <^\i.^ I [Drau- 
padlr vastraharana. An episode from the story of 
DraupadT, written in the form of a drama.] pp. 161. 
^U^MA ^^V-V [Calcutta, 1881.] 8°. 

9 



MAT— :\mi 



MATILALA RAYA. fT5rJIT*ft I [VijayacLancjT. 
A drama, founded on the Vijayavasanta of Harinatha 
Majunidiir.] 2nd edition, pj). ii. 147. <t-Ici<-1xJ1 
^^tVJi. [Cukiitta 18M.] 8°. 

MAZZINI (Giiski'pe). ^^5t^t? 5f%^U-TJTf5«^ 
5TJT^r»ri? ^4«(^^ etc. [Itiillr itivritta samvalita 
Myiltsinir jivanavrittiinta. An account of the life 
of M., in connection with the historj' of Italy, 
taken from his autobiograiihy. Translated into 
Bengali by Yogendraniitha Vandyopadhyaya Vidyil- 
bhiishana.] pp. iv. 239. ^T'^l't-fA) 'i\V-5> [Cidciit/d, 
1880.] 8". 

MEGHANADA. The Meghnad badha, or The 
death of the prince of Lanka. A tragedy in five 
acts, as performed at the National Theatre .... 
Revised and corrected by the Rev. Lai Echary Day. 
pp. 95. Calcutta, [1879.] 12°. 



MICHAEL M. S. DUTT. 
Datta (M.) 



»S'('t' Madiiv.sluaxa 



MIDNIGHT TRAVELLER. The evils of our 
society, in ]3cngalcc. For drawing attention of the 
Young Bengals over their mother country, by a 
]\Ii(lniglit Traveler [•«>] .... iTTrSi ^-fb^ I srfTs'fif? 

>£f'Th5 I [Samilja kuchitra.] j'P- i''- *''^- 'iV-5>a 
ICahutta? IQGo.l S\ 

MILTON (Joiix), the Poet. Swarga Bhrasta. 

(■^^f-THg ^t^.) [Ajjoem in blank verse, in imitation 

of Milton's "Paradise Lost."] pp. 90, ii. \_Calcutta, 

18G9.] 8=. 

The work is described on the title-page as Base's works, Ft. I. 
No clue has been found as to the full name of the author. 

MINE. The Mine of Salvation. fsf^T? <Jal<*<l I 
[Nistilra ratnilkara. A Christian tract in verse.] 
2ud edition, pp. IG. [Calcutta, 1835 ?] 12^ 

MIYAN JAN. UUz'^W^TWVC?^ -^iZW? <af«r I [Blbi 
Gulbabarer jaiiger puthi, or The adveutui'cs of the 
princess Gulbahiir. A romance in Muhammadan 
Bengali verse.] pp. 90. <tr«i<t-l41 ^^V-5» \_Cakutta, 
1879.] 8°. 

MOHAMUDGARA. fSTl^ij^inr? [Mohamudgara. 
A didactic ^Jot-m, Sanskrit text with a Bengali 
translation.] pp. 8. {^Calcutta, 1854.] 12°. 

MOHANACHANDRA GUPTA. iftTrfSf [Strl- 
bodha. A story illustrative of the duties of women 
in their family and domestic relation.s.] pj). 80. 
Mm -iW \_I)acca, 18G3.] 12'. 



MOHENDRA NAUTH GUPTA. See Mahendra- 

.N ATI I a Gri'TA. 

MOHENDRO LALL KHAN. See Mahendralala 
Khan. 

MOHES CHUNDER BONNERJEE. See Maiiesa- 
CHAXDRA VaXDYOPADHYAYA. 



MONICA, Saint. Life. 
[1881.] 12". 



See Chandramohana. 
. . Life of Monica. 



MORISON (John), D.I)., LL.D. H-ia^fTsK I 
[Sisupalana.] The up-bringing of a child : or The 
parents' friend. B}' J. M., translated by Gopal 
Chandra Banerjea. pp. ii. 83. ^fsK-tSl 'iVb-^ 
[Calcutta, 1881.] 12°. 

MORTIMER (Fa VKLL Lee), Mrs. The Peep of Day. 

f; 'i I [Arunodaya. Translated from the English of 
Mrs. M.] pp. V. 137. Calcutta, 1851. 8°. 

Complete, although marled as Xo. I. on the title-page. 

MORTON (William), Missionart/. See Bible. — 
Old Testament. — Prorerhs. Proverbs of Solomon . . . 
translated . . . by W. M. 1843. 8°. 

See Vka.iamohana Deva. On the Supremo 

God ... by the late Braja Mohan Deb, also Vajra 
Siichi . . . by . . Ashwaghosh, translated [into 
English] . . . with notes, by W. M. 1843. 12°. 

Biblical and Theological vocabularv, English 



and Bengali [compiled by W. M. and others.] pp. 
31. [Calcutta, 1845.] 8°. 

w«1 -^ < I -fel ^°5r^ I [Drishtiintaviikya saragraha] 



or a Collection of proverbs, Bengali and Sanskrit, 
with their translation and application in English, 
pp. viii. 160. Calcutta, 1832. 8\ 

3rsr<r bl^^ [Madhur charitra.] Conversion 



and death of Madhu, a native youth. 3rd edition, 
pp. 12. Calcutta, 1843. 12°. 

T/iis forms No. 30 Miscellnneous Series. No. I. Chrixiian 
Biography, issued by the Calcutta Christian Tract and Book 
Society. 

MOTHOORANATHA BURMO. See Mathura- 
natua Vakma. 

MRINALAMALINi. VeiT«T-5rff^ Tl ^ReTl 1% 
i£r^^ y etc. [Mrinalamalinl, a drama in .seven acts, on 
the influence exercised by Hindu wives over their 
husbands.] pp. 122. ^fwTsl ^^V-<J [Calcutta, 
1880.] 12°. 



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MRITYUNJATA VIDYALANKARA. Selections 
from M. y.'s translation of the Hindi Singhasan 
Battlsl, or thirty- two tales of king Vikramaditya, with 
English translation and vocabulary. See Haughton 
{Sir G. C). Bengali Selections. 1822. 4°. 

See TiKRAMADiTYA, li'nff of UJJaijin'i. <ril*l 



f^^sTiT^ I [Batris simhasana, The Hindi Singhasan 
Buttlsl, translated by M. Y.] [1808.] 8'. 

— — fegs^nfwrST? -^f^ <a:«sr^*1 etc. [Vikrama- 
dityer batris puttalika. Another edition.] 
[1834.] 8^ ' 

See YisHXtsAEMAN. f^iiT^WPT I etc. [The 



Hitopadesa, translated by M. Y.] [1814.] 8° 

■ >2rCTfSf ^f^^ (The Prubodh Chundrika, [a 



collection of Bengali prose compositions] compiled 
bv ... Mrityunjoy Yidyaliinkar. [Edited by J. C. 
Marshman.] 2ud edition.) pp. xi. 189. Seramjwre, 
1845. 8°. 

?T6if<lf«1 I "yr?^?; wtmcxi l etc. [RajSvali. A 



concise history of India from the earliest times 
to the arrival of Warren Hastings.] pp. 295. 
S1?T5T'^ ■iVV \_Serampur, 1808.] 8". 



Ijrsr^ :»V'i8 



Second edition, pp. 221. 

ISerampur, 1814.] 8^ 



MUHABBATNAMAH. C^Tf? y?44H(ill I [Mu- 
Habbatnamah. The story of Joseph and Zulaikha 
in lluhammadan Bengali verse. Printed in the 
Kaithi-Xagri character.] pp. 103. ^f^T^T^ ^^b-l 
^Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

MUHAMMAD, the Prophet. Life of M., founded 
on Arabic authorities. n'i^t\(.n<, 'm\<tb\<,Ji I [Ma- 
hammader jivanacharitra.] pp. 121. Copious MS. 

notes. Calcutta, 1854. 8". 

Second edition. pp. iii. 273. Calcutta, 



1858. 8°. 

MUHAMMAD (Taj Al-DTn). See Ghttlam NabT 
iBN 'Inayat Allah, c^ll^lfel*-^ ^Hf^yl [Kliulii- 
sat al-Anbiya, being a transhitiou by T. Al-D. M. of 
Ghuljim Nabl's Urdu version of the Persian Kisas 
aTAnbiya.] [1881.] 4°. 

(«IH1^I idd*! [Khuliisat al-nikilh. A treatise 

on marriages in Muhammadan Bengali verse.] pp. 
64. <t-r^ '^f 5l ^Wi [Calcutta, 1881.] 8°. 

MUHAMMAD AKMAL. See Sa'dT. «i-K«llJ)1 I 
[The Paudnamah translated by M. A.] [1863.] 12°. 



MUHAMMAD ASGHAE HUSAIN. Wl GJt^'^ 
s^rfsr I [Jauhar i kaul i Imam. Traditions of the 
Prophet, in Muhammadan Bengali verse.] pp. 237. 
<-r ^ <- T A l -iWT-^ [Calcutta, 1876.] 8^ 

MUHAMMAD DANISH. Fr^t?ff?rT»f I [Chahiir 
Darwesh. A Muhammadan Bengali verse edition of 
Amir Khusrau's Persian tales.] pp. 179, ii. ^Ff^TTTl 
^^Vl [Calcutta, 1881.] 8°. 

CTt^m Ftir^t? I [Gul ba Sanaubar. An 



adaptation into Muhammadan Bengali verse of 
Nemchand's Hindustani romance.] 7th edition, 
pp. 61. <t-r^<t- r A l •i^^V^j [Calcutta, 1879.] 8\ 

•^Cil-rio JTfisr^ <af«t I [Xur al-Imiin. Moral 



tales ill Muhammadan Bengali verse.] pp. 41. 
jpf^T^tsl ^^V^ [Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 

[Another edition.] pp. 64. ^Hi^fil :>^V-"i 



[Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

MUHAMMAD FAIZ AL-DIN. *l1?,!<-)(;wl i^l^ti I 
[Alikam i saliit. A treatise in verse on the rules for 
offering Muhammadan prayers, with Arabic quota- 
tions.] pp. 61. utfl -i^Vi [Dacca, 1880.] 8^ 

^r? ili^Ht^Jl 1 ^^? Ft-S)"5 srf^ « ?Tf*r TW I 

[Tali'namah. A treatise in verse on astrology. 
Compiled from Hindustani sources in Muhammadan 
Bengali.] Pt. I. 8th edition, pp. 86. ^^fwTSl 
^^V!> [Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 

(i^i>W4 <i(f^ I [Terasaddir puthi, or The book 

of the Xlllth century of the Hijra era. A poem in 
Muhammadan Bengali on the dejjravitj' of the 
present age.] pp. 40. TTW ^^V5> [Da^-ca, 1880.] 8°. 

MUHAMMAD GHINU. NSJl*1<t-&8?T5T I ['Ashik i 
janjal, or A lover's troubles. A tale in Muham- 
madan Bengali verse.] pp. 45. TjTO ^^va [Dacca, 

1879.] 8\ 

MUHAMMAD HAMZAH. See Hamzau, Saii/id. 

MUHAMMAD ISMA'IL. ^M tlTt<It a^'l^'i^l [Adiibiit 
al-nisii. Advice to women on household duties and 
propriety. In ^luhammadan Bengali verse.] pp. 48. 
FT^ :>^V-5. [Dacca, 1879.] 8^ 

■^KtR-Sirs^ ^Vn I [Takvriyat al-Iman, or 

Religious advice ; a Hindustani work by M. I., 
translated into Muhammadan Bengali verse by 
Ahmad 'All, with Arabic quotations and their 
translations into Hindustani.] pp. 168. 'i^vv- 
[Calculta, 1881.] 8°. 



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MUHAMMAD KHATIR. Sec Gnri.AM NahT ibx 
'IxAYAT Ai.i.Aii. C^t^igT i ^ ^5rrfV?r| [Kbulawit 
al-Anbiya, being a traiislatiou by M. Kh., of (jhiililm 
Nabl's Urdu version of the Persian Kisas al-Aubiyii.] 
[1881.] 4°. 

^^TtrjTsT «lf<-Jt;Jl I [Asiar al-khwabnamah. 



A treatise in Muliamraadan Bengali verse on the 
interpretation of dreams, taken from various Mu- 
hammadan sources.] 2 pt. ^-fsK-I-il ^\b-a [^Calcutta, 
1878.] 8". 

j;^ TT-C faptf ^p?'5i I [Eksautris far/. One 



hundred and one religious injunctions, in Mu- 
hammadan Bengali verso.] pj). !'■}. ^.feK-rsl 'i\V-5> 
\_Calcuita, 1880.] 8°. 

C^lc^?<i»l s» I [Gul o Harmuz. A popular 



romance in Muhammadan Bengali verse.] pp. 192. 
< »rsl<MJi l ^IV5, \_CalcHtta, 1879.] 8°. 

3rd edition, pp. 202. ^Rf^tAl ^IW 



\_CalciUta, 1881.] 8°. 

eTtJrf^T »i9?y^ I [Laill ^lajniln. An adapta- 



tion into Muhammadau Bengali verse of a popular 
Persian romance.] pp.92. ^s1<-l4l •i^V-5> [Cakutta, 
1880.] 8°. 

^S^TJ^TSiT sr^Ttf? « ^«ITr?^Tr^Tt5 I [Tulifat 



al-mubtiidi wa akhbar al-salilt. A treatise in Mu- 
hammadan Bengali verse on prayer, marriage-rites 
and other religious observances.] pp. 101, iii. 
<^rcl<M Al ^^V-i [Calcutta, 1881.] 8°. 

MUHAMMAD SIDDIKI (Shams Al-DT.\). ^«, 
af^ci I ^?n«- «T?^«f^ ■»!? I [Uchita sravana. Re- 
ligious and moral ad\-ice in prose and verse.] pp, 62. 
<t-rcl<t- f A l -il-b-K [Cakutta, 18G0.] 8°. 

MUIK (John), D.C.L. See Krishnamohaxa 
Vaxi)VOPai)iiyaya. Truth defended and error ex- 
posed. Strictures upon Hara Chandra Tarkapancha- 
nan's "Answer to Mr. M.'s Matapariksha," etc. 
1841. 8°. 

The Course of Divine Revelation : A brief 



outline of the communications of God's will to man, 
and of the evidences and doctrines of Christianity ; 
[by J. Muir]. Now translated into Bengali by K. 
M. Banerjea. (4f'«fc<lt s* -"Tt? W?]) [Isvarokta sastra- 
dharii.] pp. 62. Calcutta, 1847. 8°. 



MUIR (John), D.C.L. vrstlTl ^^ r^tJ<lial<ll 

TT»^ f^fsiT Ji^? ^»?T^ ■am? ?fr5l ^'^Z?rS! 

'^'^ *tT?1 I [The Course of Divine Revelation 
by J. Muir, translated into Bengali by Krishna- 
mohana Vandyopiidhyiiya.] 2nd edition, pp. 58. 
Calcutta, 1862. 12°. 

MUIB (.SV;- William). itffI fwc^ ?1^ I [Sachchil 
diiu'r rahil.] The path of true religion. Translated 
from the Hindi of iSir W. M. [into JIuhammadan 
Bengali] by 11. C. Raha. pp. 8o. *r«1<-l41 [Calcutta, 
1878.] 8°. 

MUKTARAMA VIDYAVAGISA. See Amara- 

siMiiA. ■^5r?T«f ftf*tf^ I [Amariirtha didhiti. A 

Bengali version by M. V. of the Amarakosha.] 
[1856.] 12°. 

See PuKANAs. — BhCigavtttapurana. §lsi"5T'fT5 I 



[The Bhagavatapuriina, translated by Purnachandra, 
assisted by M. Y.] [1855-65.] 8°. 

See PuuAN\s. — Kiillipurunn. <tn*^f<rTl I [The 



Kalkipurana in Bengali verse from a translation of 
the original by M. V.] [1868.] 12°. 

See ViSHNisAKMAN. r^iil^lTirT I [The 



Hitopadesa, edited with Lakshmlnarayana Nyaya- 
larikara's Bengali translation slightly amended by 
M. v.] [1860.] 16°. 

•»IT^f? ^«f ^^T*r^ -SfX" I [Sabdanibudlii. 



A Dictionary of Bengali synonj'ms, in which are 
included many Sanskrit words, compiled from various 
sources by j\1. V. and others.] 4th edition, jjp. ii. 
615. ^IWTSI :><iVV [Calcutta, 1866.] 8°. 

MUKUNDACHANDRA LAHIDI. ^^-TT^t^ 
[British-sangTta. A poem in praise of the British 
rule in India, as contrasted with the Muhammadan.] 
pp. vi. 54. Chatmohar Slialikha, [Calcutta, printed,] 
1881. 12°. 

MUKUNDANARAYANA DEVA. See Krishna- 
DASA Kaviraja, Gosidml. dfl^VZ^fk^ I etc. [Slokiir- 
thabodhika. A translation by M. I), of Sanskrit 
verses from the Chaitanyacharitamrita.] [1870.] 8°. 

MUKUNDARAMA CHAKRAVARTI called 
Kavikankana. Text begin. Sl?rci*f ?^T^ li C^WV^ 

■sTfiTl ?fT^ I 'SCBJ) F??:«l '9Z'\ ®<-r<i<t:-vei II [Chandl, or 
The poetical works of M. Ch.] pp. viii. 484. 
[Calcutta, 1840 ?] 8''. 

Without title page, and with imperfect index. 



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MUKUNDARAMA CHAKRAVARTI called 
Kavikankana. <-r<<t-«1 P-ft I [Chandl. Edited by 
Yadunatha Nyayapanchanana, with an introductory 
account of the poet's life and writings.] pp. xii. 
298. ^sI^T«1 •iJi.^V {Calcutta, 1861.] 8=. 

^fw^l F'it I [Anew edition with numerous 



notes, edited by Akshayachandra Sarkar.] pp. xiii. 
800. ij^ \\y>-Q. [Chinsiira/i, 1878.] 8°. 

MUKUNDAVILAPA. ■q[^-=?tf^<t ^t<a I [Mu- 
kundaviliipa, or The lament of the poet Mukun- 
dariima Chakravartl on the oppressed state of 
Bengal during the time of the Emperor Akbar. A 
poem.] pp. 16. <- r^<t -|A| ^^"iO [Ca/eutta, 1866.] 12°. 

MULLENS (Hanxah Catherine), Mrs. The 
history of Phulmani and Karuna ; a book for 
native Christian women. 'Jpsrsrfl <i '^fW\T? r4<<i1, 
•^Irsrr^nt? f*njn^«f frjrfrs. pp. iv. 306. Calcutta, 
1852. 12^ 

^tfs ^sr^t^TT*!^ ^^«rTR I [Visvasavijaya, or Faith 
and victor}-. A tale of the progress of Christianity 
in Bengal by Mrs. M., translated into Bengali.] 
pp. V. 304. ^fwr^ ■ivj.'i [Calcutta, 1867.] 8°. 

MUMTAZ 'ALI. (^rfrTSTTS srfSTl I [Zulmatniimah. 
A tale in Muhammadan Bengali verse.] pp. 36. 
^iwi^ -i^;*' [Calcutta, 1883.] 8°. 

MUNDT (George). Christianity and Hindooism 
contrasted .... TTpT?^ ^ST^rf^rT KVVJ f^f^ f^ 
CmwUf? ^iCfii c 5(rw? ^s^siTf^^TT^ <a:^^ [Baibel 
prakilsita dhanna, ctc.^ 2 pt. jjj). :s.Yi. 230. 
Calcutta, 1828. 12". 

[Another copy.] 

2nd edition, pp. xii. 257. Calcutta, 1850. 8^ 



MURRAY (Hugh) . See Krishnamohana Vandyo- 
PADiiYAYA. Geograjjhy, . . . Compiled from M.'s 
Encyclopccdia of Geograjjhy, . . . and other works. 
1848. 12°. 

MUSRir HUSAIN. <l3<it I ^^<t-!4^' ^"T^UTlT I 
[Ratnavatl. A tale of Bengali life.] pp. 61. 
^fcT^f^ :>fc^5. [Calcutta, 1869.] 12°. 

NABHAJi. SlSlss-ilN ^STf § I [Bhaktamiila, or 
The lives of Yaishnava saints. A Hindi poem by 
N., put to Bengali verse by Krishnadasa Babajl.] 
7th edition, pp. iii. 364. ^fsl^f-il "i\^a [Calcutta, 
1868.] 8". 



NADAPETA HANDARAMA pseud, [i.e. VlHA- 
RiL.\LA Chattopadhyaya.] wTFTiTr? f^ly Ibl^ I 
[Achiibhiiyar bombilchiik. A drama on the social 
life of English-speaking Bengalis.] pp. 84. ^f^f^TSl 
[Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 

NADIPRAKASA. wT-ft^SlTK I etc. [The XadT- 
prakasa, a Sanskrit treatise on the circulation of the 
blood, and the diagnosis of maladies from its pulsa- 
tion, with a Bengali translation by Pitambara Sena.] 
pp. 27. ^fwTsl ^iv^ [Calcutta, 1865.] 8°. 

NAPFUR CHANDRA DUTTA. See Xaphar- 

CHANDRA DaITA. 

NAGENDRAKRISHNA GHOSHA. ^mtf-TTtT^ I 
C<fl?Tfn^ -ilS* I [Aryabiilaka. A drama founded 
on the story of Abhimanyu, an episode from the 
Mahabharata.] pp. 103. ^fwTSl 'i'i.W [Calcutta, 

1881.] 8". 

NAGENDRANATHA CHATTOPADHYAYA. 

ST^TTI ?'r5n jr^rcirr?^ JTV^ #l4«)br<ls l [MahiitmS 
Rajii Ramamohana Rayer jivanacharita. An 
account of the life of Rajah Ramamohana Raya.] 
pp. 153. ^^rsl -iK-b-l [Calcutta, 1881.] S\ 

■^t^ f% ^>1it ? I [Sltil ki asati ? A drama 



on the imputation of unchastity cast on Sita after 
her rescue from Riivana.] pp. 52. <ffsi<?|\o| ^^V-5> 
[Calcutta, 1879.] 12=. 

NAGENDRANATHA GHOSHA. ^<t-^IH-^'^7r I 
[Kailasakusuma. A poem on the destruction by 
Mahiideva of Kamadeva, the god of love.] pjj. 18. 
^< r ^ '^ ■i^VS* [Bhawanqmr, 1879.] 12^. 

Second edition, pp. 18. «<l^<Jf? ^^V-b 



[Bhawanipur, 1880.] 12". 

Ht«)>l--£| ■y,»l I [Manasaprasiina, or Flowers of 



fancy. Miscellaneous poems.] pp. 32. t-Iii^lal ^W-a 
[Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 

"^r^t^rf? ^Cft I Tl •'I^Uk*? I [Pramlliir purl.] 

A heroic mask in one act [founded on the Vlrahganii, 
a poem by M. Madhusiidana Datta]. pp. 12. 
■'«<11^^ 'i^VI [Bhawanipur, 1880.] 12". 

NAKUDACHANDRA LAHIDI. ^Tl? ^SCT^f? f^lfsri 
f^i^ ^*rf? ^fft n [Pranaya sukher nidhi ; or Love 
is an ocean of pleasure, separation a shoreless river. 
A love story in prose and verse.] pp.48. ^ftratSl 'i^l^ 
[Calcutta, 1864.] 8°. 



69 



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NAKULESVARA VIDYABHUSHANA. esti-llktll 
[Jfianodaya. Lessons on usi'ful and scientific sub- 
jects.] Pt. I. 2nd edition, pp. lU'J. ^ST^f^ 'i^Vb 
[Cahutta, 1880.] 12". 

NALININATHA. stfsr^t^t [Xalinlniitlia. An 
account of the conquest of Lahore by the Muliara- 
nuidans in the time of Piithvlraja.] pp. 44. 
<-rc1 <t -lAl -iXh-l [Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 

NAMDAE. ■^r^ TTTk^ ^1^1 I [Dui satlncr jhakra. 
or The squabbles between co-wives. A sketch on 
the evils of polygamj'.] pp. IG. ^(ei^-lal ^^15i 
[Calcutta, 1869.] 12°. 

<tr«l<l ^^ sr? ^T^T^ 1 [Kulir bau ghar 

bhaiigiinl, or The daughter-in-hi\v of the Kaliyuga 
is tlie ruin of the house. On the insubordination of 
daughters-in-law.] pp. IG. ^IwTSl :>^'ib [Calcutta, 
1869.] 12^ 

<tr«1<i ^^ ?1~5 ^t^t^ I [Kalir bau hiir jvahlnT, 



or The daughter-in-law of the Kaliyuga causes pain 
to the bones. On the want of affection towards 
Hindu mothers-in-law.] pp. 10. ^fcITPSl ^^la 
[Calcutta, 18G8.] 12". 



[Kasite hay bhuuiikanipa, or There is an earthquake 
at Benares. A farce on woman's jealousy, and its 
fatal results.] pp. 12. ^fwHSl 'iiva [Calcutta, 
1863.] 12". 

CVZfr?: ?rr^ I [Kheder giina, or Songs of sorrow. 



A description, in prose and verse, of the distress 
caused by drought.] pp. IG. ^cf^T^ ^^"ia 
[Calcutta, 1868.] 12". 

srwff -STrSf? ^r^ « TTf iTtT^ ?t^ l [Nanada 



bhiijer jhakra, or Uuarrels between sisters-in-law.] 
pp. 16. <-U<- \ i> \ tVi^ [Calcutta, 1869.] 12°. 

NANDAKRISHNA VASU. TfsrTTTrrif I [Vamii- 
bodha. Essays on domestic and social subjects, 
written specially for Hindu females.] pp. 117. 
<-r^<- | A | ^^ViS) [Cakutfa, 1879.] 12°. 



NANDAKUMARA DATTA. TrrSa ■B8fTq[i 
[Sarvajna-jnanamafijarl, a modern treatise on 
astrology in Sanskrit verse, with diagrams, and 
a Bengali interpretation by the author.] pp. 100. 
<.r^<M A| th-lii [Calcutta, 1879.] 16°. 

NANDAKUMARA KAVIRATNA BHATTA- 
CHARYA. .SV>e Prithuyasas. (CfeJiri'tftip*!) [The 
Jj-otisachandrika, with a Bengali translation by 
N. K. Bh.] [1824.] 8". 



NANDAKUMARA KAVIRATNA BHATTA- 
CHARYA. See Puhanas. — B/idf/arafa/iunhia. §|- 
sr^'f?^ ^C?Tl? [A fragment of the Bhagavatapuriina, 
with a Bengali commentary by N. K. Bh.] [184-j y] 

See PiKANAs. — Brahniiindapurana. — Utfara- 



khatida. T^^TfS^C^Tl ^^TTJ^T'^ I [Sanskrit text, edited 
witii'a translation by N. K. Bh.] [1880.] 8°. 

See PuRANAs. — Viiyupurilna. — Gayamdhutmija. 



§lSlMVl*JT*T5rJ '■''''• [The Gayainahatinya, with a 
Bengali translation, called Gayiiuushthauapaddhati, 
by N. K. Bh.] [1865.] 8°- 

See SivASAMHiTA. r*l<>t°f^^ I [Sanskrit text, 



with a translation by N. K. Bh.] 1879. 8°. 
See Vai.mTki. Tf^^tft? ?tTnr«1 ^srlftf^g etc. 



[The Rainayana, with a Bengali paraphrase by 
Yaduniltha Nyilyapafichanana, and partly by N. K. 
Bh.] [1859-68.] 8". 

Sec VenTmadiiava Deva Dasa. ■'Rrt'ifT- 



~«>|<1<^ I etc. [Sabdarthamuktiivall. Compiled by 
Venlmildhava Deva Dasa, assisted by N. K. Bh.] 
[1866.] 4". 

— — jSrr Yoravasisiitharamavana. JiSl* OTt^W- 



f*f^ ?T5rrTr«t etc. [The Vairagyaprakarana, with a 
Bengali translation by N. K. Bh.] [18G4.] 8°. 



<5(r^<f 1 I [Jfiiinasaudaminl. Moral and instructive 
reading book for children.] pp. iii. viii. 130. 
<»rc<<^ r ^ l i5i)^^ [Calcutta, 1864.] 8°. 

Tr?"^? >2r^T? [Saipskrita prastava. An essay 



on the usefiduess of studying the Sanskrit language 
and literature.] pp. 28. f»R^ ^fe^5> [Calcutta, 
1859.] 8'. 

>!?:•»< 5^ r»i<m«' I [Sandeha nirasana, or The 



removal of doubts. A defence of Hinduism.] Pt. I. 
pp. 100. <-r^<- l A l ^^S' [Calcutta, 1863.] 8°. 

''S<-r<c1t^ I etc. [Sukavilasa, or The diversions 



of a parrot. Legendary tales in verse on the life 
and adventures of king Vikramaditya.] pp. iii. 125. 
<^ rg|<t-f^ l ^^V5> [CalcKtta, 1879.] 12°. 

t^'Sf^ sii'iflltll I [Vaidhavya dharmodaya. 



Arguments against the legality of Hindu widow- 
marriage. Compiled by N. K. Bh. and Hilradhana 
Vidyaratna.] pp. 68. ^fsT^TTSI ^11 V [Calcutta, 
1856.] 8°. 



70 



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NANDAKUMARA KAVIRATNA BHATTA- 
CHAEYA. f<l<ltlt »^«R I [Vivadabhangarnava. A 
defence of the Hindu religion, written in refutation 
of Rajah Rilmamoliana Riiya's Patliyapradiina, and 
in support of Nandalilla Thakura's Pilshandapldana.] 
pp. 111. Mife \_Cakutta, 1847.] 8^ 
Without title-page. 

[Another copy.] 



^^^§5^1% f^TlXlfir ■yf.'^T? I [Vyavasthasarvasva. A 
compendium of religious rites, taken from various 
Sanskrit authorities, with original quotations.] pp. 
108. «»r^<t -| A l ^<iV» {Calcutta, 1858.] 8°. 



[Another cojiy.] 

Without title-page. 



4th edition, enlarged. pp. 156. ^ri<:-t«l 

•iJ^Vi {Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 



NANDAKUMABA MUKHOPADHYAYA 



Wt-5 

[Sangltaratnamala. Verses in praise of 
Hindu gods.] pp. ii. iii. 180. ^fsT^tSl 'iJs^a 
{Calcutta, 1868.] 12". 

NANDAKUMABA BAYA. 8cc Kai.idasa. The 
Oviguan Sakantollah of Kalidass, translated into 
Bengalee .... by Nundocoomar Roy. 1855. 8°. 

■^tWl If^l I [Vyakarana darpana. An 



elementary Bengali grammar in verse.] pj). 107. 
^f^T^rsl :»US) {Calcutta, 1852.] 8°. 

[Another copy.] 



NANDALALA DASA. ^•«,»Ji:<l^ I [Kusumarenu. 
A talc.] pp. iii. 107. ^fst^t^ :.^VV {Calcutta, 
1881.] 12^ 

>)<:<ll6i*tTfV^ [Sarojasilyinl. A romance.] 



pp. 110. <- V<^^ \ i, \ -iKh-yj- {Calcutta, 1881.] 12° 

NANDALALA DATTA. ^V? f^fft^ f% STt^sfl I 
[Lukye jjirlt ki lafichhana, or How disgraceful is 
unlawful affection. A tale in verse.] pp. 16. 
^■^m^ -i-iva {Calcutta, 1863.] 12°. 

NANDALALA BAYA. -wfaii^J-'^if sJfW I 

[Abhimanj'ubadha niltaka. A drama on the 
slaying of Abhimanyu.] pp. 58. *r=1<t-1i1 'i^V^ 
[Calcutta, 1878.] 8°. 

^r»M«ij-'^5f nt^fl I [Abhimanyubadha yiitra. 

A duplicate of the above, with a slightly differing 
title.] pp. 58. {Calcutta, 1878.] 8^ 



NANDALALA BAYA. ■sr^ST^lf HfW I [Arjuna- 
badha niitaka. A drama in six acts on the death 
of Arjuna.] pp. 58. ^^fwTSl 'i^V5» {Calcutta, 
1880.] 12^ 

5r?T»T?^T^?f^ I ■•r^"?^ ^X^ I [Sakuntalii 



nataka. The story of Sakuntala, dramatised in 
verse and prose.] 4th edition, pp. 66. ^Hl*! 41 
^5^V5, {Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 

^i1<l 4»I<IH •i)ij<p I [Sitilr vanavitsa nataka. 



A drama on the exile of Sita.] pp. 78. ^f^lTfTl 
'iX^T-'i {Calcutta, 1880.] 12=. 

<HX<)(;<tl2^<t TtW 1 [Yasarakautuka nataka. 



A drama on the amusements of the Vasaraghara at 
a Hindu marriage.] pp. 36. ^f^tJI 'i\V-b 
{Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

NANDALALA SENA. Practical Geography . . . 
<IJ«l?^ir<l<l? sX^niT [Vyavaharika bhugola.] pp. 137. 

i(ili)«)f7T«^ :>W^ {Maimaimnh, 1880.] 8°. 

NANDALALA THAKUBA. See Naxdakoiara 
KavikatnaBhattaciiarya. r<<lk »«?I'1^I [Yivada- 
bhahgarnava. A defence of the Hindu religion, 
written in support of N. Th.'s Pashandapldana.] 

[1847.] 8°. 

See Ramamohana Raya, Raja. *r«fJ SX^t^ I 



Medicine for the sick etc. [A controversj- with X. Th., 
the author of the Pashandapidana.] 1823. 8°. 

NANDALALA VIDYABATNA. >4 4^)1^1 [Trata- 
miila. Religious ceremonies, compiled from the 
Puranas by N. V. "With a Bengali translation by 
Kiislnatha Tarkaviiglsa.] Pt. I. pp. iv. 136. 
^fsm^ ^'^v:* {Calcutta, 1867.] 8\ 

NANDAMOHANA CHATTOPADHYAYA. Some 
anecdotes from the life of Raja Ram Mohun Roy, 
by Xonda ^Mohun Chaterje . . . il^l4(1 ?t§r| <l|UdiJK«( 
?1ir H^ 1*^1 if ^vg ^^ ?f5^ I [ilahatma Raja 
Ramamohana Rilya sambandhlya kshudra kshudra 
galpa.] pp.48, ^fwl^ nvi [e«/t«/i'«, 1881.] 12'. 

NANDAEAMA MITBA. &vDf.vavamsa Yarxaxa. 

Bccjin. srers ^^Clr4st^5I II . . . [The Devamsa Yarnana. 
"With an introduction on castes in general by N. M.] 

[1854.] 8°. 

NAPHABCHANDBA DATTA. ^srfs^T^Sf TTfTSn I 
Sl^T?' "S ^^!^ ;£j^>i«l I [Abhimanyubadha yiitra. 
A drama on the killing of Abhimanyu ; followed 
by a farce called Srikanta o Pramadii. Both by 
N. D.] 3rd edition, pp. 48. ^^Iwrsi :.^V-V 
{Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 



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NAPHARCHANDEA DATTA. TrfejJ "SffsST^rRSf 
ii\J>\ I [Abliiiiiaiiyiibadlia yiltia. Tlio tirst edition of 
the above drama, cutirely remodelled.] pp. 34. 
gffwra ^^V-V [Ca/eufta, 1881.] 12°. 

Bejoy Basanta Jatra, [i.e. Yijayavasanta 



yiltrii, A drama] by Xaffur Chandra Dutta. r<iSi»l 
Tir^ Jttsrl I 2nd edition, pp. 1U8. ^fcT^1~51 'iWV 
[Ca/cutfa, 1881.] 8°. 

^«?^-f3iTT*t ^rfon I [Bharatavililpa yatrii. A 



drama on an episode in the story of Rama and Sita.] 
pp. 3G. <-rg1<t l al ^^VV ^Calcutta, 1881.] 12°. 

sf 3*5^ TTTsrl I [Ilarischandra yiltril. A drama 



on the life of king Ilarischandra.] 2nd edition, 
pp. 55. #;m^ 'iKh-'i \_Calriitta, 1879.] 8°. 

2nd edition, pp.58. ^fsK-fil 'i^W {^Calcutta, 

1880.] 12°. 

Said to he the 2nd edition, hut really the 3rd. 



fF5lT?T?''l ^T^ I [Meghaniidubadha nataka. A 
drama on the .«torv of the destruction of Meghauilda.] 
pp. ii. 74. ^fWrsi -iK-b-l [Calriilta, 1880.] 8°. 



[I'anduva nirvasana, or Draupadli- vastrahaiana yiitra. 
A drama on an episode in the story of Draupadl.] 
pp. 58. <U^\i,\ -iK-h-yr {Calcutta, 1881.] 12°. 

<i|ij<»<<i)'JT •t|i>4 I [Riimavanavasa nataka. 



A drama in six acts on the exile of Rama.] 2nd 
edition, pp. 48. ^^f^min ^Wl [Ca/c««ff, 1869.] 8°. 

NAPHARCHANDRA PALA. ^^Ol fw? Tf^ I 
[Kanva vikraya nataka. A drama in three acts on the 
sale of Hindu girls in marriage.] pp. 24. Calcutta, 
1864. 8°. 

Geography of Bengal for the use of schools. 



Compiled by Nuffer Chandra Paul. «l»r<t4<l<t I 
[Yahgavivarana.] pp. 22. Calcutta, 1868. 12". 

NAPOLEON I., Emperor of the French. Xapoleon 
Buonaparte's Book of Fate .... 'snr? <tft^ I 
[AdrishtaparTksha. Translated by Gopiilachandra 
Rilya.] pp.40. <-r«n<- l A mvv [Crt/c««a, 1881.] 12°. 

NARADA. Portion of N.'s Paiicharatra in Bengali 
verse. See Piranas. — Skamlapurdna. .£r»T^*t^ I etc. 
[The PrabhSsakhanda.] [1870.] ' 12°. 

st?Tf^5p^T3{ I [The Narada paficharatra, 



translated into Bengali verse by Sarvauanda SudhI, 
followed by the original Sanskrit text.] pp. 249, 
159. ^fwra iVISi ICalcutta, 1879.] 8°. 



NARAYANA BHATTA called MRIGARAJA- 
LAKSHMAN. (^«llTT?5T? ^tW I »V*'I<llyi Sft^ 
ZZ^ ^'?T? srr&r^^ ^r^Tf? I [YenTsanihJira. X 
Sanskrit drama in six acts translated by Kcdilra- 
niitha Tarkaratna.] pp. iv. ii. 140. ^fcT^T^ ^^11 
{Calcutta, 1870.] 8°. 

NARAYANA CHATTARAJA GT7NANIDHI. See 

I'riiANAs. — J$hagavatapurana. — llmapaTicliwllii/iijia. 
§l^?T>rf?^rW«fJ SX^% etc. [The Rasapafichiidhyiiya 
in Sanskrit, with a metrical paraphrase in Bengali 
by N. Ch. G.] [1859.] 8°. 

Sec Saxkara Acharya. "^Il 4iC<ll5r ii etc. 



[Atmabodha, with a Bengali commentary by N. 
Ch. G.] [1858.] 8°. 



"^V^v. <ieul«( tT^t^t^'t^ sr^«iT<i "yf^c^^f fT??<i I 

[Kalikautuka nataka. A drama in four acts on the 
characteristic features of modern Hindu society.] 
pp. 123. ®1?T^^ ^"iV" [Serampur, 1858.] 12°. 

?rfeT^^;^ srr^r^ sr^ l [Kalikutuhala, or The 



amusements of the Kaliyuga. An account in prose 
and verse of some important changes in Hindu 
social and religious institutions during the present 
era.] pp. iv. 115. "i^v [Crt/«/«f/? 1853.] 12°. 

^ft'ST'i^ I [Kavitarnava. A collection of 



moral and prudential maxims, compiled from the 
Sanskrit, with translations into Bengali, by N. Ch. 
G.] Pt. I. pp.64. ^Jrf5f^\M[^rm^(ra«, I860.] 8°. 

^T^ffFTfflsr^S [Patrachintamani. A Bengali 

letter-writer.] pp. 48. <-r^<-t4l 'il^j'i [Cakufta, 
1845.] 8°. 

NARAYANADEVA. <S'«'BiiAIRAVAf'HA\nRA Sarma. 
^'^ ''Jf?t1 etc. [Padmapurana. A collection of 
poems by N., and others.] [1877.] 8°. 

NARAYANA GHOSHA HAJRA. <S<?C YogTndra- 
CHAXDRA Raya. TT^^ft^ bfdi*! I [Saiigltachandrikil. 
One hundred and sixteen Saiva songs, by N. Gh. H. 
and another] [1854.] 1>. 

NARAYANA KAVIRAJA. IS^TQI ^r^fq I etc. 
[Dravyagunadarpana, a treatise on dietetics, being 
the Sanskrit text of N. K.'s Riljavallabha, with a 
Bengali translation by Yisvanatha Mitra.] pj). i. 
106. <-rg1<t-|J» l ^^n ICalcutta, 1865.] 8°. 

[Another edition.] pp. 106. ^-loW-lil ^^V^ 

[Calcutta, 1880.] 12^ 



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NAR— NAV 



NARAYANA EAYA. ■^rf^r€lr W^'\° I W^^^iTl 
f<y VI<t ^T^ I [Ayurvedadarpana, or the Mirror of 
Hindu Medicine. Compiled from Charaka, Susruta, 
Viigbhata, Harlta and other Sanskrit authorities, 
and translated into Bengali by N. R.] 3 pt. 
<-[ c\ <M> \ ^lia ICakutta, 1852.] 8°. 

Part II. is of an older edition, dated 1840, and has a 
wrong index prefixed to it. 

^srtrrrrif wn«i i '^«tfi^ fFf^s-in fz^j^ ^ etc. 



[Ayurvedadarpana. A work on medicine, compiled 
from various Sanskrit sources, and translated into 
Bengali by N. R. With a list of drugs and their 
properties, and an index of technical terms.] pp. 
viii. 417, 59. - ^V ' ^< -\ t \ -i-SVi [Calcutta, 1865.] 8°. 

This corresponds with the old edition onlij as far as p. 63, 
after which it amounts to a new compilation. 

NARENDRAKUMARA SILA. ^fwiJ-W ^< TfW I 

[Abhiraanj'ubadha niitaka. A drama in six acts on 
the death of Abhiman3'u.] 2nd edition, pp. 46. 
^f^m^ -iXyt [Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 



Third edition, 

[Calcutta, 1881.] 8°. 



pp. 



46. 



^«I<?t-Jl "iWr-yr- 



NARENDRANATHA CHAKRAVARTI. ^frsl 

{TprT^n I ^eht 5rfirrf3if ^^ ^iy^i-k .... f^fF^ 
[Kavitii ratnamiilil. A collection of Sanskrit jooems, 
translated into Bengali verse.] Pt. I. pp. 37. 
§l?T^<iC? ^^^^^ [Seramjmr, 1865.] 12''. 

NAROTTAMA DASA. See Bh.4ktitattvas.Ik.\. 

^«fe^'8'^? 1 etc. [A collection containing N. 
D.'s Prarthanil, Premabhakti and Piishandadalana.] 
[1869.] 12°. 

NASIR 'ALI. C^ilfefT •■ ^lT(:<li<r»l<l [The story of 
Benazir and Badrimunir in Muhammadan Bengali 
verse, based on Mir Hasan's Hindustani Sihr al- 
bayHn.] pp. 70. ^fwTSl ^W-l [Calcutta, 1881.] 8°. 

NATENDRANATHA THAKURA. s^T^Tl I 
[Indubiilii. A love tale.] pp. 39. "t-fsK't^ 'i^V-a 
[Calcutta, 1878.] 12°. 

NATURE. On the nature of God ; and the 
harmony of His justice and mercy in the salvation 
of man. To which is added some Scripture proofs 
of the perfections of God. '^^Sfijljl -^^U etc. 
[Tsvarer svabhiiva.] pp. 12. 'iV^S) Calcutta, 
[1819.] S\ 

NAVADViPACHANDRA VIDYARATNA. ^?^3- 
^^tFTTf^^l I etc. [Vaishnavachiiradarpana. A manual 
of Vaishnava worship in verse, with occasional 
Sanskrit quotations.] pp. ii. 68. ^1%^t^ '^\5>'i 
[Calcutta, I860.] 8". 



NAVADVIPACHANDRA VIDYARATNA. [A 
new and greatly enlarged edition, with copious 
extracts from Sanskrit authorities.] Pt. I. ^[■^K-lal 
^V-n [Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

In progress ? 

NAVAKANTA CHATTOPADHYAYA. TTfW- 
SfT^ iT^I « ^TfJT^ *raf3 I [Briihmadharmer 
lakshana. A brief view of the evidences of the 
Brahmist religion, with a few prayers and hymns.] 
pp. 26. FW ^^vs. [Dacca, 1883.] 12°. 

NAVAKANTA TARKAPANCHANANA. See 
KXliu.Isa. ■iX"a7r?5T? srrs]^ ^■^^ [Ritusamhara, 
with a Bengali translation by N. T.] [1848.] 8°. 

NAVAKUMARA NATHA. 5RfFf%«.7rItTfS( I 
[Navachikitsabodha. A collection of medical and 
other recipes from Hindu sources.] 2nd edition, 
pp. 100, XX. <-U < -\i>\ -iXh-h- [Calcutta, 1881.] 8°. 

NAVAVARSHOPADESA. SR^OTT^^T?^ [Xava- 
varshopadesa. Letters on the formation of a school 
for the study of the Vedas.] 2 pt. pp. 15, 16. 
<.r^<t-U1 ^185. [Calcutta, 1824.] 8°. 

NAVINACHANDRA DASA. ^^njirf^ Ui \ t^ I 
[Ayogya viviiha, or The ill-assorted marriage. A 
tale in verse on the intrigues of a yoimg woman 
married to an old man.] p)p. ii. 78. <-r«1<t-li1 'ilS)" 
[Calcutta, 1868.] 12°. 

f<t*ntFW? 1 [Pisiichoddhiira. A poem on 



the defeat of Nawab Suraj Al-Daulah by Lord 
Olive, and on the reform of Hindu social customs.] 
pp. 130. -iU<-\t\ -iW [Calcutta, 1863.] 8°. 

[Another copy.] 



NAVINACHANDRA DEVA. ti(:»J r ^<l l [Manohara, 
A tale of female devotion.] pj). ii. 101. ^f^TTTSl 
:>}>^^ [Calcutta, 1865.] 12°. 

NAVINACHANDRA MUKHOPADHYAYA. 

^rtJfJT^t^ I (C^nft fsf^) ^t^J I [Aryasahglta, 
or DraupadI nigraha. A poem in two parts, and in 
17 cantos on the indignities to which DraupadI was 
subjected by Duryodhana.] pp. ii. 225. ^fsT^TSl 
^^b-5, [Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

^<l»li»lir?,^ ^ri»1 1 [Bhuvanamohinlpratibhii. 

Miscellaneous poems.] Pt. II. ^TiK-I-il 'i'iJi>;» 
[Calcutta, 1877.] 12". 

TTanting Pt. I. 

>iiltSt-3T?'^q I [Samiijasamskarana. A treatise 

on the reformation of corrupt social habits.] pp. 153. 

\ ^U^\i)\ -iXI^ [Calcutta, 1869.] 8°. 

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NAViNACHANDRA SENA. *mTf»f? ^ I ^t?J I 
[Palasir yuddba. A poem dcscribinn; llio battle of 
Plassey.] 3rd edition, pp. 154, ii. ^fwTSl 'iV^Jj 
ICakuUa, 1879.] 8°. 

<ISf«4t I [Eai'ijianiatT. A romance in verse.] 



pp. 246, iv. ^f^mn ^.b-V ^Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

NAVINACHANDRA VANDYOPADHYAYA. 

?nTS^ I ^1f^^ ^<Tr«frR I [Ratnottamii. An 
iiistriK'tive tale for younn; readers.] pp. 130. 
^f<-i1 •ife^^-^o [Howra/i, 18GG.] 8". 



[Saravali. A brief bistoiy of India from ancient 

times to the year a.d. 1849. Compiled from various 

English and Hindu sources.] pp. 88. ^f^TTfTl 'iva^ 
[Cakiitfa, 1851.] 8°. 

NAVINAKALI DEVI. rff^T^t^^T^ I ■^V\^. . . . 
^?P'lTfif <l>if 4|<t ^'^J I [Kaminlkalaiika, or AVomau's 
disgrace. A love story in prose and verse.] pp. iv. 
239, iv. ^fwTSl ^J^ll [Cakutta, 1870.] 12°. 

NAVINAKRISHNA VANDYOPADHYAYA. .SVr 
Calcutta. — HigU Court of Jnt/icatiire. Judgments 
in the rent case, delivered by the High Court. 
Translated by Nobin Krishna Banerjee. [1865.] 8^". 

p?5T^ tf^r^r? -SJT'Srre? I [Imlandlya 



itihaser prasnottara. A catechism on English 
history to the present time.] pp. 123. ^t%^t5l ^^W- 
[Cakidfa, 1861.] 12^ 

QsHI^.<l I •^fff «T^ I [Jfianaiikura. A series 



of articles on astronom}-, geography, and natural 
philosophy in general.] Pt. I. pp. 114. ^ftTTTSt 
■i-iVO [CalciiUa, 1861.] 12= 



Natural Thcologv 



bv Nobin Krissiona 



Banerjea. .^TT^ ^^r<ld<l<t I [Priikrita tattvaviveka.] 
pp. 249. Caknfta, 1860. 12'. 

NAVINAVIRAHINI. srff^ fT?f^'5t 5rr&^ I 

[Xavlnavirahinl niitaka. A drama on the evils of 

polvgamv.] pp. 29. ^Iwm 'i'^V^ [Cakutta, 
1864.] "l2^ 

NECESSITY. The necessity of prayer and the 

excellencv of love. iSttSfTf^ ^|<i"tj*^9l [Priirthanar 

5vasyaka"t5.] pp. 20. Cakutta, 1844. 12°. 

This forms A"b. 48 Miscellaneous Series, issued hy the 
Calcutta Christian Tract and Book Society. 

NEELRTJTNA HALDAR. See NTlar.\txa Hal- 

DAR. 



NEMCHAND. See Muhammad Danish. (^rt^Rl 
FT^«T? I [N.'s Gul bii Sanaubar adapted into 
Mulianiniadan Bengali verse.] [1879.] 8°. 

NEPAL. Z-^HTii C^"^^ ?Trsr? ofs?;^ I [Vartamiina 
Nei)al riijver itivritta. A brief sketch of the 
country and government of Nepal.] pp. 104. 
^fcmrl ^S)8° [Cakutta, 1883.] 8'. 

NEWTON (John), Hector of St. 3Iari/, Woohwt/i. 
Life of the Ilcv. J. N. — ^irf? W^ fs^^ XtC^C'd? 
'Pf?3{ I [Piidri Jan Niutan .saheber chai'itra. A 
translation of J. N.'s " Authentic Narrative" of his 
own life with the subsequent particulars furnished 
by R. Cecil.] pp. 183. Cakutta, 1853. 12°. 

NI'AM AL-DIN. f^rW CTf^^TtHlTira I [Zubdat 
al-masji'il. An exposition of the fundamental principles 
of iluhammadan law and religion, in the form of a 
catechism.] Second edition, pp. iv. iv. 256, 24. 
f5T?:^C? ^'tSi'V [Sherpur, 1881.] 8°. 

NIHAL CHAND. See Iradat, Munslti. (?nt^- 
^^sf«T etc. [A versified translation of the Gul i 
bakiiwall, presumabl}' from N. Ch.'s Hindustani 
version of the Persian romance.] [1879.] 8^ 

[Another edition.] [1880.] 8°. 



NILAKAMALA DASA. C^wf^^ltTT I -S[<i\\. .STstT- 
^T? ^'5? [•i^C'v'^f W^ r^jl^ I [Premavililsa. Love's 
lament, or the grief of separation. A poem.] 
pp. ii. 14. •iU5» [C«/«/«rt? 1849.] 8°. 

NILAKAMALA GHOSHALA. ■^';\X^ TTTil ^"^ I 
[Bbiigolasara samgraha. Outlines of geography, 
with an appendix containing questions.] 2nd edition, 
pp. 81, 60. ^^IwTSI -iXh-Q. [Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

NILAMADHAVA SIDDHANTA. T^mj cTlt^?!- 
^Stsr I [Miirkhasya liithyaushadham. A pampblet 
in support of the argument that the Vaidya caste 
are Brahmins.] pp. 45. ^^if^ ^Wrl \_Bcrhampur, 
1880.] 8°. 

NILAMADHAVA VASU. A Key to Engli.sh 
Reader. No. I., with a view to assist native students, 
pp. 52. Cakutta, 1879. 8°. 

One of " Majumdars Series." 

NILAMANI MUKHOPADHYAYA NYAYA- 
LANKARA. A Key to [N. M. N.'s] .Sabitya- 
parichaya. Pt. I., containing exjilaiiations [in 
Sanskritl and a Bengali translation. Hir^iJ^f/bll 
^'4?r»n:'f? ?Jf «f Jl c/f. pp.98. Cakutta, 1881. 12°. 



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NILAMANI MUKHOPADHYAYA NYAYA- 
LANKABA. I^avabodba, or a new grammar of the 
Bengali language . . . •(<c<Ti( <jj<t-<i1 I 3rd edition, 
pp. iii. 187. •ivv;^ Calcutta, [18S-2.] 12'. 

NILAMANI PALA. ^TR^t ^fe^ etc. [Ratna- 
vall niltikii. An adaptation in prose and verse by 
N. P. of the Rutnavall of Harshadeva. Revised 
by Cbandramobana Siddhiintavaglsa Bhattacbilrya.] 
pp. 216. ^U^ \t>\ -ilh-i [Calcutta, 1849.] "8°. 

NILAMANI VASAKA. .See Persiax Tales. «Tt?^n 
"^<*f^JT5T etc. [Piirasya upanyasa. The Persian Tales 
freely translated by N. V.]"^ [1856.] 12°. 



3rd edition. [1877.] 12°. 

See YiKRAMADiTTA, King of Ujjaijun. <lai*f 

fTt'plvi.) [The Batris simhilsana, translated from 
the Hindi, by X. Y.]' [18-54.] 8°. 

<1 e^'t*' ^T^ ^KT^ I [Bbaratavarslier itibiisa. History 
of India to tbe year 1760.] 3pt. ^r^<*ta1 ■iV5>o-ab- 
{Calcutta, 1863-1858.] 8^ 

Ft. I. is of the 3rd, Ft. II. of the 2nd edition. 

sfsstn-'nT? I -s(v\\ . . . 9^r?T«t, ^ifnyi, 

^J>lir*p<t-1 -6 AUCilffK-tit ■STTsg't ^8l ^ [Itibiisasara. 
A concise general history from ancient times to 
the present period.] pp. iv. 237. ^f^T^T^ 'i^?»?» 
ICalcutta, 1859.] 12°. 

sRTTft I ^v\^ snr irrft? "mX^ Ff?^ i 



[Navanarl. Biographical sketches of nine Hindu 
women famous in legend and history.] pp. 320. 
^fsrrra :>'iV' [Calcutta, 1858.] 8^ 

NILARATNA HALDAR. The Bohoodurson 
[i.e. Babudarsana], or various spectacles, being a 
choice collection of Proverbs and Morals in tbe 
English, Latin, Bengalee, Sanscrit, Persian and 
Arabic languages. Compiled by Xeelrutna Haldar 
. . . <s^iT*t5i'. pp. iv. 147. Serampore, 1826. 



•l*H4(i1t^§ II ^^ <ISl<*<t II e^'e. [Kavita- 
ratniikara. A collection of proverbs and moral 
maxims from Sanskrit authors, compiled by N. H., 
with a translation and illustrative anecdotes in 
Bengali.] pp. vii. 96, ii. ®i?TT^ "^"iil [Serampur, 
1825.] 8=. 

^f^"51 <l a1<t<l (The Kobita-Rutnakur, or 



Collection of Sungskrit Proverbs in popular use ; 
translated into Bengalee and English. Compiled 
by Xeel-Rutna Haldar. Second edition.) pp. viii. 
viii. 166. Serampore, 1830. 8°. 



NILAEATNA RAYA CHAUDHURI. Yavanik 
Parakram. (A romance^ by X'ilratan Rai Choudhuri. 
imfif^ om^J^ I pp. 108. " Calcutta, 1881. 8\ 

NIMAICHANDA SILA. -S'ee YiharTl.Ila NaxdT. 
f^ifn nf?1(r?n''-'T^ ^ll?* l [Yidhava parinayotsava 
nataka, bv Yiharilala Xandi, assisted bj- X. S.] 
[1857.] 12°. 



[KaminI gopana o yamini j-apana. Two love-stories 
inverse.] pp.43. ^fk^TSWl'i'i [Calcutta, 18oo.] 12°. 

NIMAICHARANA SIMHA. H i r^tJ ^fT^ I [Sa- 
hityapatha. A Bengali reader.] pp. 157. '^M^ 
-ixC-t [ilitgli, 1880.] 12°. 

NIRBODHABODHA. f^izt\^ C^V. TfW . . . ^^ 
^l<E il f% I' [Xirbodhabodha. A dialogue on certain 
evils of Hindu society.] Pt. I. pp. 6. [Calcutta, 
1858 ?] 12°. 

WISIKANTA CHATTOPADHYAYA. TheYatras; 
or the popular dramas of Bengal, pp. 50. Eiigl. 
London, 1882. 8\ 

NITYADASA RAYA. -See YonEXDRACHAXDRA 
De and X'ityadasa Rava. •f^l^r'H^ e^e. [Xaga- 
nandinl. A novel by Yogendi-aniitha De and X. R.] 
[1880.] 12°. 

NIVARANACHANDRA SENA GUPTA. Fl^- 

CTfsf *raT^? 1 [Cbhiitrabodha padyaiikura. Moral 

instruction in verse.] pp. 35. ^fiT^Tal 'ilW 
[Calcutta, 1866.] 12". 

NOBINCHANDRA MOOKHOPADHYA. See 

X'avTxACHAXDKA MuKIIOrADIIYAYA. 

NOBIN KRISSIONA BANERJEA. Sec X'avTxa- 

KKISHXA YaXDYOPADHYAYA. 

NONDA MOHUN CHATERJE. See X'axda- 

MOIIAXA ChATTOP.IdHYAYA. 

NRISIMHACHANDRA MUKHOPADHYAYA. 

Bibhabati. A historical romance [of India in the 
18th century.] Edited byXrisinhaChandraMukerjee. 

(fr»TTtt I <rt^iii«.^<t ^trjifii*!). Pt. I. pp. 110. 

Calcutta, 1872. 12°. 

Elements of Mensuration. Plane surfaces . . . 



^ff^farf^ [Parimiti] etc. Second edition, pp. 240. 
Calcutta, 1879. 12°. 



NRI— rAT 



NRISIMHACHANDRA MUKHOPADHYAYA. 
Elements of physical geography iu Bengali [taken 
from various English sources.] . . . i2n\f^ fZ'Tfst I 
[PrHkritika bhngola.] pp.328. Ca/cuaa.lSTi). 12^ 

Zemindari mahajani, and bazar accounts, with 



a short history of zemindari, revenue, and commerce 
in Bengal . . . Compiled by Nrisinha Chandra 
Mukherji. «ff^nrt?t »)^l6i»ft ^ <lsit<I n?,*tl<( I 
Sixteenth edition, pp. 192. Calcutta, 1879. 8'. 

Eighteenth edition. pp. 192. Calcutta, 



[1880.] 8°. 

NRITYAGOPALA CHATTOPADHYAYA. -SVf 
Pekiodical Piiii.ic.vnoxs. — Scrampur. ^jn a e I 
[Krishitattva. An agricultural journal. Edited by 
N. Ch.] 1879. 8°. 

NUFPER CHANDRA PAUL. See Naphar- 

ClIANDRA PaLA. 

NUNDOCOOMAR ROY. See Naxdakxjmara 
Raya. 

OBENASHCHTTNDER CHATTERJEE. See 

AviNAsACilA.MJRA ChATTOP.IdIIYAYA. 

OLAUTHAR CHIKITSA. ^ ^ l 'S^ 1 <l ftf^^irl I 
[A treatise on the homa<opathic treatment of 
cholera.] pp. vi. 54. t-fel^fil :»VV-^ \_Cakutta, 
1881.] 12°. 

P., G. sr^ ^^5 I [Dharmaglta. Sacred songs by 
G.P. andRamakrishna.] pp.16. Calcutta, ISiZ. 12°. 

P. A. D. f^«ft ?T I Ramani ratna, [or "Woman's 
passion for jewellery.] A slight novel representing 
a curious couple, by P. A. D. pp. 48. ^fcT^tSI WIZ 
[Calcutta, 1867.] 12°. 

P. R. AND COMPANY, ^ij ^ #flf fWST^ ^»f')JT>l I 
[Ghughu o philnda, or The dove and the snare. A 
humourous story.] pp.15. <tr5l<M*t ^V-?»0 [Calcutta, 
1863.] 16°. 

PAKARAJESVARA. *ll<t-<l1C5i'«f<t I ■^^<K ■^Tffwff? 
f?f?5( ;5^J «Tr^ ^?C1? f^riw I [Pakarajesvara. An 
Indian cookery book.] 3rd edition, pp. iv. 114. 
^Iwnsl 'i\yj-\ [Calcutta, 1881.] 12°. 

PANCH-PAGALER GHAR. ^TTF ^Tr^lTir? ?r? I 
>£)T5T^ 1 [Panch-piigaler ghar, or The mad-house. 
A drama on the consequences of an immoral life.] 
pp. 67. ^Iwrsl ^i^VI [Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 



PANDITAMtJRKHA. <^«5T5:«f5r?7K .... The 
wise without wisdom. A comedy, pp. 66. 'i^v-V- 
Calcutta, [1881.] 12°. 

PARAMANANDA BHRAMARAVARA. SlSlST^- 
^5^ MT^ I etc. [Chaitauyaglta, a Yaishnava work by 
P. Bh., translated from the Sanskrit by Uaribhakta 
Kaviraja into Bengali verse. Edited with notes and 
a sketch of the life of Chaitanya by Sachchidilnanda 
PromalaiikiTra.] pp. ii. 131. ^fsK-lil ^1*)' [Calcutta, 
1868.] 12". 

PARAMESVARA DATTA. ^ITI C^V^ ^t5t? 
^Sfl I [llabii chheler biibiir katha ; or The experiences 
of an ignorant country 3'outh.] Pt. I. pp. 20. 
^^rsl ■i^'i' [Calcutta, 1863.] 12°. 

PARAN CHANDRA DASA. See Pr.\nachandra 
D.IsA. 

PARASARA. *f?t»l?7i°f^ [Parasarasamhita, 
Sanskrit text with a Bengali translation by Jagan- 
mohana Tarkillaiikilra.] pp. iii. 16, 131. <tf«1<*|^4l 

iV" [Calcutta, 1878.] 8°. 

PARIKSHAPADDHATI. 'ift^^^f^ [Parlkshii- 
paddhati. Examination papers in Bengali literature 
and grammar, for the use of students reading for 
the Vernacular and Jliuor Scholarships.] pp. 132. 
SHRSffrre?: ^VV-^ [Maimansinh, 1881.] 12°. 

PARNELL (Thomas), Archdeacon of Clogher. 
Parnell's Ucrmit. A Bengalee translation [in 
verse.] By Horeemohun Goopta. (Trwnxt^lt^tJffl) 
[SannyiisI upiikhyiina.] pp. vi. 22. Seranipore, 
1859. 12°. 

PARVATiCHARANA SIMHA. ■ Aji^ C ti t r^^ ^^1 
[Taraiigamohini nataka. The lament of Hindu 
wives when neglected by their husbands.] pp. 8. 
Tl^Tl ^'^n [Howrah, 1865.] 12°. 

PASHANDAPIDANA. See Jnananjanasalaka. 

'59TsT8?*r"t«rin [A libellous attack upon the reviewer 
of the P5shandapldana.] [1823 ?] 8°. 

PATHYAPATHYA. "^SfTl^^SfJ [Pathyapathya. A 
Sanskrit work on dietetics, with Bengali translation 
by Dharanldhara Raya, the text being somewhat 
abridged.] pp. iii. 114. <? <i I »J^C? ^^V5» [Berhampur, 

1879.] 12°. 

PATRAKATJMUDi. Tr^nT^Tf? WsTT^ opf ?:^Tg[ft I 
Patra-Kauniudi ; or Book of letters, etc., containing 
letters of correspondence, commercial and familiar, 
with zuraeendaree and other legal forms, etc. Sixth 
edition, pp. 88. Calcutta, 1851. 12°. 



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PATTERSON(.J.),^<'''- See Bible.— New Testament. 
—Luke. ^Z^J C«T«ri s^t^ I etc. [The Gospel of St. 
Luke, translated in Muhammadan Bengali by J. P.] 

[Ib79.] 8°. 

Reasons for not being a ilnsalman. ^^'^^^ ^iTj 



■qfrfiRT^ *K^f? ^>2nfTlJ ^ff I [MusalmanI dharmer 
ai^ramiinya kathana.] Calcutta Christian Tract and 
Book Societi/, 1837. 12°. 

PEABCE (George). Sec Bible. — Appendix. 
ST^^iC^^ ^rtC^^f^T?^ ■ • • Companion to the Bible. 
[Translated by Ramakrishna Kaviraja, and revised 
by G. P.] 1846. 8°. ' 

Foolish Galatians, or Inconstancy in the 

faith exposed and an antidote supplied. t^ifW 

fi)4l<l<)? ^ns ■ . ■ [Vaidharmyanivarakapatra.] pp. 59. 
Calcutta, [1845?] 12°. 

PEARCE ("W. H.) Geography, interspersed with 

information historical and miscellaneous . . . 1^?tT«T 

■S^X^ etc. [Bhugolavrittanta.] Calcutta, 1819. 12°. 

Wanting the preface and Pt. II. and IV.- VI. 



Geography .... Compiled by W. H. P. 6 pt. 
Calcutta, 1822. 12°. 



[Satya asraya, or The true refuge. A Christian 
tract.] pp. 15. ICalcutta ? 1822 ?] 12°. 

[Another edition.] pp. 28. [Calcutta, 



1835 ?] 12= 

PEARSON (J. D.), Hev., of Chinsurah. See Prinsep 
(J.) ^sfT^t'f ^fs^TTf ^rg^? I An epitome of Ancient 
History . . . [the Bengali version by J. D. P. and 
others.] 1830. 8°. 

Bakyabolee or Idiomatical exercises, English 

and Bengalee ; with dialogues on various subjects, 
etc., etc ^r^rr^. pp. 280. Calcutta, 1820. 8°. 

Dialogues on geography, astronomy, etc., for 

the use of schools . . . fJ^fTsT ^^^ f^JT^ "^iJlf^ 
r<|t(tj<^ ^?rf*f^?f^ I [Bhfigola evam jyotisha.] 2nd 
edition, pp. viii. 311. £iigl. and Beiig. Calcutta, 
1827. 8°. 

The two great commandments. \!> si?1 ^|«3l I 

[Dui maha ajna. An exposition of St. Matthew 
xxii. 37.] pp. 12. Calcutta, 1836. 12°. 

PEARY CHAND MITRA. See PyarTchanda 

MlTRA. 



PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS. 
Benares. 

T(m ^W tT^^^ TTTWrl^^- The Hindu Commen- 
tator. [Pratnakaniranandinl. A monthly periodical 
for the publication of Sanskrit texts with occasional 
Bengali translations.] Nos. 1-40. Vol. 1-3. 
Benares, [Calcutta, printed] 1807-70. 4°. 

'Trr«!T«liTT: [New Series]. Vol. 4-7. Benares, 



[Calcutta, printed] 1871-74. 8°. 

^t^<lTST'2mf*W II <Tl1^5^ 'T^ II [The Kaslviirta- 
jjrakasikii. A fortnightly paper. Edited by Kiisl- 
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[Benares, 1851.] 4°. 

Imperfect ; wanting all the other numhers, and 5-8 of 
No. I 

Calcutta. 
The Indian Agricultural Miscellany. See Academies, 
etc. — Calcutta. — Agricultural and Horticultural Societg 
of India. 

sf^^t>l<l* I [Dharmapracharaka.] Seemha, : Monghyr. 

■^jtilTW [Arunodaya, etc.'] See infra : Seranipur. "" 

-«l<|N44^'ll^?Ttlf*f3f I [Bharatavarshiyasamvadapatra, 
a tri- weekly newspaper.] Vol. I. No. 12. ^fsT^T^ 
•iX^yr- [Calcutta, 1861.] 4°. 

^»t<rft etc. [BharatT, a monthly review, edited by 
DvijendraniTtha ThHkura.] Vol. I. No. 1. ^IwTSI 
-iW-S [Calcutta, 1877.] 8°. 

^t^«l I ^STfCr W <^bir<l<t-1 JJlFn* *ff3iTt I [Brilhmana. 
A monthlj^ paper advocating the pi'incijjles of the 
Hindu religion. Edited by Tejaschandra Vidyii- 
nanda.] Nos. 1-3. ^twTJl 'i^Js" [Calcutta, 

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sCifjlfSi I [Dharmariija. A Hindu monthly magazine, 
religious and controversial. Edited bv Tarakaniitha 
Datta.] Nos. 1-12. ^«T^T^ ^H>.-5»^ [Calcutta, 
1853-55.] 12°. 

No. 4 is incomplete, wanting pp. 37-48. 

'H '^(.'i ' * t^ (?nrsr& ^ ^rf'STf^ <l8'l<^ [Education 
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Calcutta [confhiued]. 
Tlic Gospel :>ra<jazinp. Dec. 1819-Nov. 1S20. Nos. 
1-12. 'ttfTZ^f^ srf^rr^tf. ["Wiitten and publislied 
by the Bengal Auxiliarj' Society.] Ungl. and Beiig. 
Calcutta, 1819, 20. 8°. 

TlieGospel Magazine. [Jan. to Sept. 1820.] Nos. 1-5. 

^c«>m sn^rmt^. •iv-^" Cah-utta, [I820.] 8°. 

The Bengali text only, extracted from Noa. 1-10 of the 
preceding bilingual journal. 

f^%iii<-V-A\i-i [The Ilindu ratnakamaliikara. A 
weekly paper of literature and politics.] Nos. 2-5, 
8, 9, 10-12, 14-16, 18-22, 49, 53. [Calcutta, 
1858-59.] 4°. 

Wanting pp. 5-8 of ^To. 9. 

JWS Tifwr^rsjd^-jf^t? I f^<t^ K^T^ I The Im- 
jjartial Religious Observer. [Nirajjeksha dharma- 
tattva. A monthly paper, issued by a Iliudu societj', 
and directed chiefly against the teachings of Christian 
missionaries.] Vol. 1-3. ^fwTSl 'iWV [Calcutta, 
1860, etc.'] r. 

With a manuscript preface. Published gratuitously. 

^f^irfntfen I [Kalikiltil patrikil, or Calcutta news- 
paper. A monthly paper on social subjects.] Yol. I. 
Nos. 1 to 6. «»rgl Vn El ^}»:»ft [Calcutta, 1858.] 8°. 

^^•^V^^ I srriTW <^ I [Kalpadruma. A monthly 
literar}' and useful magazine. Edited by Dvara- 
kaiiatha YidynhbHshana.] Yol. I. Pt. 1. pp. 64. 
'^Tf^'^ "iXyj-a. [Bhananipur, 1878.] 8^ 

TTSJ^rfl'^f. The Lamp of Truth. [Satyapradipa. 

A religious and instructive monthly magazine for 

children. Jan. to Dec. 1861.] Calcutta, 1861. 16°. 

No. 2 is ill duplicate. 

VC'>\^4 I [Manohara. A weekly newspaper.] Yol. II. 
Nos. 19-22. ?riwr5l ^\5,v [Calcutta, 1861.] 4°. 

^ff^lfitf^ I [Paridarsaka. A daily nwespaper.] Vol. I. 
Nos. 122 and 135. Wt^ ^^^.v [Calcutta, 1861.] 4°. 

^ff't^sn I [Purnimii, a monthly journal.] Yol. I. 

Nos. 1,2 and 6. ^^TTSl ^^5,4 [Cfl/fi<«a, 1858.] 8^ 

No. G is in duplicate. 

■JTsrfFfTPfen I [Samiichiira chandrikii, a daily news- 
paper.] Nos. 476 to 580. ^fil^til 'i^^l [Calcutta, 
1830-31.] 4°. 

A complete volume for the Bengali year 1237. 

^TTT^TT ^VT^W (^WTFf? "^SfT^t) [Samachara 
sudhavarshana. A daily paper, in Hindi and Bengali.] 
Yob Y. Nos. 1909-10, 1912-1926. [Calcutta, 
1858.] 4°. 



PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS. 
Calcuita [continued]. 
JUitW sf^ [The Samviidabhiiskara. A fri-weekly 
j)aper edited bj' Gaurlsaiikara BhattiTchiirva.] Yol. 
XX. Nos. 75, 85, 152, 155. Yol. XXIY. Nos. 
98,102. ^5mn:»vav-5,'i [Cf//c««(T, 1858-61.] fol. 

^JTlTf Si »I<t-<l [No. 6098 of the Saravada pra- 
bliakara, being the first issue of the Bengali year 
1265, or 13 Ajjril, 1858, with a supplement contain- 
ing a monthly summary of events which occurred 
during the previous year.] ^fsTTTSl %\5>a [Calcutta, 
1S5S.] 4". 

5T°Trw2) »t<t-<l I [The Samvada prabhilkara. A 
daily uewsjjaper, edited by Isvarachandra Gupta. 
Yol. XXXYI. i.e. from April 1865 to April 1866.] 
^fwfrl ^^-iX [Calcutta, 1865-1866.] 4°. 

Wanting Xos. 1, 28, 38, 42, 50, 55, 62, 68, 69, 77 
/o81, 83, '86, 87, 89, 90, 94, 103, 104, 108, 110, 113, 
114, 116, 119, 121, 127, 130, 133, 135, 137, N2, 113, 
148, 160, 104, 166, 175, 179, 187, 188, 190, 191, 198, 
200, 201, 208, 209, 216, 220, 221, 223 to 226, 228 to 
234, 236, 242 to 244, 246, 250, 259, 262, 275, 286, 
289, and 296. 

nytk <l>|<lt5T I [The Samvada rasariija, a tri-weekly 
medical paper.] Yol. I. Nos. 38 and 43. 'i^iV 
[Calcutta, 1862.] 4". 

iTTf^ ^:1p^ I etc. [Sarviirtha piirnachandra. A 
monthlj^ magazine containing Bengali translations 
of selections from the Puriinas, ilahabhilrata, 
Ramii3-ana, and other Sanskrit works. Edited by 
Advaitachandra Adhya.] Nos. 1-21, 23 and 24. 
<-rg1<:- r J> l •i'!. 51^514 [Calcutta, 1855-57.] 8°. 
Wanting No. 22. 

TTO^gftf^W ^7? ■?'JT5t? Iffl 1 [SarvatattvadTpika. 
A monthly journal, social, literary, and scientific. 
Edited by Kalachiiiida Riiya.] Pt. i. ii. 'i\0 5> 

[Calcutta', mil.] 8°. 

H-feJ'&s f^ ■JTSPTf?'ft *ffe^ I [Satyajiiunasafichai-inl 
patrika. A Brahmist monthly paper.] Yol. III. 
Nos. 27 and 36. - <»H 1 p(: i ?M I vtv [Calcutta,lSiJ8.] 8°. 

C^rfsrsf^^f [The Somaprakiisa. A weekly paper.] 
Yol. I. Nos. 35-38; Yol. II. Nos. 40, 49, 50; Yol. III. 
Nos. 1-14, 16-24, 36-38, 40, 43-46 ; Yol. lY. 7, 11, 
12, 15-18, 25, 26, 28; Vol. V. No. 1. ^ff^r^r^ 
[Calcutta, 1859-62.] 4°. 

Subboosovokaree Potrica [i.e. SarvasubhakarT patrika. 
A monthlv miscellaneous magazine.] (Tr^^«T-l<iT 
*ff3!^j. Vol. 1. No. 3. W^^ Calcutta, [18^5. ] 8°. 



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PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS. 

Calcutta [confiiiued^. 
■t(.i1»<>fr^<t>1 I [Sulabha patrikii, a monthly journal 
on biograjihy, natural history and science. Edited 
by Tilrakaniltha Datta.] Vol. I. No. 4. ^fsTTTSl 
:>^^' [Calciitfir, 1853.] 8°. 

^<t-(:si4tfl"5lir? II i^C^fPiRt <tf3f^ 11 [TattvabodhinI 
patrikii, a month!}' Brahmist paper published for the 
TattvabodhinI Sabhil. Edited by Akshaj^akumara 
Datta.] Nos. 150, 182, 192. WsT^TSl [Calcutta, 
1855-59.] 4°. 

T^fwl ^^tf*f^ <t&n I ^ i-'iK) Tr««tT| [Vaiigavidyii 
prakilsikii patrika, or Monthly Magazine for Bengal 
Literature.] ^fif^Tal ^^i.V5>o[Crt/c«)'/'ff, 1855-56.] 8°. 

f^rfVift^-'T^^ I [Vividhilrthasamgraha. An illustrated 
monthly magazine on science, natural history and 
travel. " Nos. 43 of Vol. IV., and 57 of Vol. V.] 
-il^fc-V [Cakutta, 1872-73.] 4°. 

Chixsukah. 
■y.i<lirs(^ ^fft?^ II <Tff^^ II [SubodhinI patrikii. 
A Brahmist fortnightly paper.] Nos. 17, 18. J^f^^, 
®l?T5r<a? {Chimnrah, Semmpur, printed] 1858. 4°. 
Impi-rffd, wanting pp. 141-144 of No. 18 and all the 
olher numbers. 

Dacca. 
Ct^-T-^r^t^r I [Dhilkilprakilsa, a weekly newspaper.] 
Vol. I. No. 29.' ^:^^v [Dacca, 1861.] 4°. 
An incomplete copy. 

MONGHYK. 

sr^^Pt?^ I [Dharmaprachilraka. A monthly 
magazine on Hindu religion and philosophy, con- 
taining articles on the Rilmagltil with quotations 
from the Sanskrit. Edited by Krishnaprasanna 
Sena.] Vol. II. Nos. 22 to 25. Beng. and Hindi. 
Monghyr, Calcutta [printed], 1880. 4°. 

Rangpur. 
Rongpore Dick Prokash [i.e. Rangpura dikprakilsa.] 
^■^<a:?ftf^^£r^t*f ■^rf^atf^ <t3r [A weekly paper.] 
Vol. I. Nos. 10, 21, 22, 25, 30, 31, 33, 35, 36, 38, 43. 
Vol. II. Nos. 52, 54, 58, 60, 61, 63-69, 72, 73, 75. 
I^-^J^J 'iyj-^"-^') [Rangpur, 1860-61.] ful. 

Serampur. 

■^^TT^Tfif^ <^T1 n *rtfW II [SubodhinI patrika, 
etc.'] .SVc supra : Chinsurah. 

"srjFCItWir I [Arunodaya, or the Dawn. A 
fortnightly paper for Native Christians.] Vol. II. 
No. 19. Vol. III. Nos. 17, 23, 24. ^?T^<5C? 
■iV-aV-aJs) [Scranqmr, 1858-59.] fol. 



PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS. 

Serampur [continued]. 
Dig-Durshun, or the Indian Youth's Magazine. 
From April, 1818, to March, 1819, and from January 
to April, 1820. f(f^?*fjr [Edited by J. Marshman.] 
Beng. and Engl. Serampore, 1822. 8"^. 

DIg-Durshun, or the Indian Youth's Magazine. 
No. 3, June, 1818. Second edition. Serampore, 
1819. 8=. 

^•frsig 1 [Krishitattva. An agricultui'al journal for 
Bengal. Edited by Nrityagopilla Chattopildhyaya, 
Superintendent of the Paikpilrii nursery gardens.] 
Pt. I.-IV. Serampore, 1879. 8". 

PERSIAN FABLES. (Translation into Bengali 
of the Persian Fables undertaken by the pupils, 
forming the 1st Bengali class, at the request of the 
Rev. J. Long.) pp.28. [Calcutta, 18o0?] 8°. 
No title-page. 

[Another copy.] 

PERSIAN TALES. Tf?^! ^^^fsfTtTT . . . s??!^ 
^sc^j i <4t ^t^TT *lt(<iriT4 I [Parasya upanyilsa. The 
Persian Tales, otherwise known as the " Thousand 
and one days,"freelytranslatedbyNilamaniVasiika.] 
pp. 427. ^iwra ^<i<»V [Calcutta, 1856.] 12°. 

3rd edition, pp. 388. ^twTSl :>V<i'i [Calcutta, 

1877.] 12'. 

PETER I. called t/ie Great, Emperor of Bussia. Life. 
See ViPRADASA Vandyopadhyaya. The life of 
Peter the Great, etc. 1859. 8°. 

PHILLIPS (Henry Arthur Deuteros). See 
Bankimach.indra Chattop.Idhyaya. Kopal-Kun- 
dala : a tale of Bengali life : translated ... by 
H. A. D. P. 1885. 8^. 

PiTAMBARA SENA. Begin. tlS^os [Page 12] 
^«( ^sr?T?^S ^^ ^t <Jr®^ f5T«tJClS [Ushaharana. 
The story of Ushii and Aniruddha in verse.] pp. 146. 
TR -i^oo [Calcutta? 1826.] 8°. 
iVb title-page. 

PiTAMBARA SENA KAVIRATNA. See NadT- 
prakasa. srnst-sr^T^r etc. [Nildlprakilsa, translated 
byP. S. K.] '[1865.] 8°. 

C tf^<l^»t><^ [Deharakshaka, or Rides for pre- 
serving health. Extracted from various Sanskrit 
authorities, with a commentary in Bengali.] pp. iii. 
114. <-rgT-^r5l ^IVV [Calcutta, 1866.] 8°. 



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pfTAMBARA SIMHA. Memoir. .See "Ward (W.). 
Meiuoii- of Pitiimbar Singh, etc. 1843. 12°. 

PLAYFAIR (John). SfcKRisnNAMOHANA Vandyo- 
]'AUiiVAYA. Elements of geometry. Tlio first three 
(fourth, fifth and sixth) Books of Euclid, by J. P., 
etc. 1846-48. 12°. 

PLUTARCH. [Bioi, napdWrjkoi.'] Lives of Solon 
and Publicola, translated .... by Soinanath Moo- 
kerjca. fJTfcH « ififi^t'^T? ^t^ ^fTS I [Solan o 
Pablikoliir jivanacharita.] pp. 74, 54, viii. TTf^ 'i;s^° 
{Dacca, 1863.] 12". 

[Another copy.] 



POETICAL READER. Paraphrastical translations 
of select lessons from Poetical Reader No. I., •with 
parsings of important words, grammatical and other 
notes, pp. 45. Cliittagong, 1881. 8°. 

POLITICAL ECONOMY. Political Economy. 

(5tW*fW? ^"Hr^jsr fsf-lir ■"TTcg? ?C=T). [Janapader 
ayavyaj-a nirnaya.] pp. 4U. Einjl. and Bencj. 
I'Cakutta? 1850?] 12°. 

Imperfect, wanting title-page, and all after page 40. 

I'olitical Economy. Translated by the principle 



[.s/f] of Biddot Shaheeree Sangscrit Charitable 
School. 'Sr'f^rcff? TsrfTT f^^ir^ ^t^^ l 2nd edition, 
pp.40. Engl, and JJeiig. Cii/ciilta, [IS^d ?] 8°. 
Imperfect, wanting all after page 40. 

[Another copy.] 



Imperfect, wanting title-page and all after page 40. 

PRACHiNAPADYAVALI. ^ft^<>ly!4^ II [Prii- 
chlnapadyiivali. A collection of Sanskrit poems, 
with a Bengali prose translation.] pp.24. \_Cakutta, 
1850?] 16°. 

PRAHASANA. Ji^ A^- .2f?"JH I [Ei eka prahasana. 
A farce exposing the evils of drunkenness.] pp. 59. 
^^rsl ^^b-b- [Calcutta, 1881.] 8°. 

PBAKASANATHA MALLIKA. ^Maha Prasthan. 
A romance .... sr^l^T^lW I pp. 139. Calcutta, 

1877. 8°. 

PRAMATHANATHA GHOSHA. ^^tyfCAil ft^- 
f^tlTl I [Sarpiighatcr chikitsil. A treatise on snakes, 
and the native treatment of snake bites.] pp. 38. 
[CafcM«a, 1868?] 8°. 

ii l d^^i i gi^Hi Tf<fr?rrr7? fFf%^^ i [Milla- 

vaidvaraate saipagliatcr chikitsii.] 4th edition. 
pp. iii. 33. ^STTTTI 'i\\r-\ {Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 



PRAMATHANATHA MITRA. (^^ ^i r<i6i | i ^ 
STsTC^Tl I [I'romaparijata, or Mahasvelil. A short 
legendary drama, in prose and verse.] pp. 44. 
??fwr51 \\V-1 [CiilcHtta, 1880.] 16°. 

■sST-TfJ^S^ I [Sumbhasarnhara. A poem on 



the destruction of the demon Sumbha by Durga, 
taken from the JIarkandeya-purana.] pp. 102. 
^Um^i -i^V?. [Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 

PRAMATHANATHA SARMA. ^IT^i; fr^TflT 
srfS]^ SX^ I [IVavababu vilasa. A tale describing 
some of the vices of educated Bengalis.] pji. ii. 51. 

^Iwra^i^V [G,/ra/)'rt, 1853.] 8°. 

PRANACHANDRA DASA. See PuRANAS.— 

BrahiiKiraifdrtdpurund. iTPt^ >4'?iC<4« ^Jf?Tl I 
[Brahmavaivartapuriina, translated into verse, with 
notes, by P. D.] [1882.] 8°. 

■5rJr;5?f ■^< i)fiJ<t i [Jayadi-atbabadha niitaka. 



A drama on the destruction of Jayadratha, an episode 
from the Mahiibharata.] pp. 56. <-r=1't-l4l 'i^VJ 
[Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 

^]99?FT^ irfw I [Xrishnakall nilfaka. A drama 



on the sports of Krishna and lladha.] pj). 44. 
^twra wyrd. [Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

•ra-lfsnr^ srfw I [Nala Damayanti niitaka. 



A drama on the story of Nala and Damayanti, taken 
from the Mahiibharata.] pp. 44. ^f%^t5l ^W-t 
[Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 

>2f1?^ffT5t<fl' ^t?J I [PranayaparitilpT. Short 



Ij'ric poems.] pp. 58. ^f^T^Tl 'i\V-0 [Calcutta, 
1876.] 12°. 

'^^t^T? ^^fTfl ^rfw [Sltiir vanaviisa niitaka. 



A drama in five acts on the exile of Sita.] pp. 80. 
^fwrrl :>^va [Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

§l<l|ii|<l <l»J<lt>I •rrS^ I [Sririimer vanaviisa 



nataka. A drama on the exile of Rama.] pp. 44. 
^fsT^m •i^va [Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

^t^«- S'5'Stt?^ I [Utkrishta aushadhilvall. 

A treatise on pathology and therapeutics, taken from 
various English and Hindu sources.] pp. xiv. 146. 
<iU<- \ i> \ ^^VO [Calcutta, 1876.] 8°. 

PRANAKRISHNA. Slf^T»r5^ C^T3f?"J? [Sivasa- 
taka. A hymn to Siva, in Sanskrit, by P., with a 
metrical translation in Bengali.] pp. 59. [Calcutta, 
1860 ?] 8°. 



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PRANAKEISHNA VIDYASAGARA. -"rftT:?!?.- 
*ffe^55r I [Sarlrotpattikrama. A short treatise 
on the formation of the human body, according 
to Sanskrit authorities.] pp. 9. ^-IsK-l^ 'iS>'i'i 
{Calcutta, I860.] 12". 

PRANAKRISHNA VISVASA. ^STfl^Wsl^STfrfiT I 
[Pranakrishnaushadhavali. A treatise on the cure 
of various ailments by means of charms and remedies 
based on Hindu and Muhammadan systems of 
medicine.] 5th edition, pp. 193. ^cK-T^l 'i^VS 
[Calcutta, 1877.] 8'^ 

6th edition, pp. 193. ^5i<-1 41 "j^va [Calcutta, 



1878.] 8^ 

PRANANATHA CHAKRAVARTI. ^*i!(:<lf< I 
[Ankabodha. An elementary arithmetic.] Pt. I. 
pp. 54. FT^ -il-b-^ [Dacca, 1861.] 12^ 

PRANANATHA DATTA. ^ErTri'^?-5rfW I [Pra- 
nesvara nataka. A drama in six acts.] pp. 125. 
^r«1<- l^U^V [Calcutta, ISQ-i.] 12°. 

'5T^"§51-'^1IT? ^rfS^ I [Saiijukta svayamvara 

nataka. A historical drama in seven acts on the 
abduction of Saiijukta, daughter of Jayachandra, 
Raja of Kanoja, bj' Prithviraja, king of Delhi.] 
pp. 120. <-U<- \ t \ -iXIZ [Calcutta, 1867.] 12=. 

[Another copj-.] 

PRANAYAPRATIMA. ^ST'lTT-STf^ I [Pranaya- 
pratima, or The image of love. A short mythological 
drama.] pp. iv. 32. ■iS)0 5i [Calcutta, 1879.] 16^ 

PRAPHULLACHANDRA VANDYOPADHYAYA 

iT^nr^tf^^T ^T?J [Damayantivilapa kavya. The 
lament of Damayanti on being deserted by Nala. 
A poem.] pp. 33. ^^fwTsl ^^"iS [Calcutta, 1867.] 8". 

Tr^«lfT§nr <-f4J I [Samvaranavijaj'a kavj'a, 

or The restoration of the kingdom of Hastiniijaura 
to Samvarana. Khanda 1, containing six sargas.] 
pp. 16-1. <-n i < -t t 1 :>^<i5i [Calcutta, 1869.] 12^ 

PRASADADASA GOSVAMI. ^PsiJ^J ^T^^ ^t?J I 
[Abhimanyusambhava kiivya. A poem on the 
marriage between Arjuna and Subhadrii, and the 
birth of Abhimanyu.] pp. 71. ^-fwtTl ^VO 
[Calcutta, 1881.] 8°. 

PRASANNACHANDRA CHAKRAVARTI. ^^- 

srTSff^ I ^rST'JT'^ I [Kusumafijali. Didactic poems, 
partly original and partly taken from Silhana Misra's 
Santisataka, and other Sanskrit sources.] pp. 60. 
mi ^^'i' [Dacca, 1863.] 8°. 



PRASANNACHANDRA GUPTA. See KIlidXsa. 

■* a7T??t? ^Pr^ ^r^^ [Ritusainhara, with a Bengali 
translation by P. G.] [1848.] 8°. 

PRASANNACHANDRA VIDYARATNA. A 

Grammar of the Bengali language with the hi.story 
of the Bengali language and literature, and the rules 
and directions for the composition, use of figures, 
and construction of sentences. (^ill^AJ-^Sli^*! l) 
[Sahityapravesa.] Tenth edition. pp. vii. 276. 
Calcutta, 1877. 12°. 

Twelfth edition, jip. viii. 279. Calcutta, 



1880. 8' 

Thirteenth edition, pp. viii. 279. Calcutta, 

1881. 12=. 

[Another copj-.] 

PRASANNAKUMARA CHATTOPADHYAYA. 

^r»J^-C^^rR I [Sabhyatiisopana, or The ladder of 
civilization. A libellous attack, in the form of a 
farce, on the conduct of Europeans in India.] pp. 36. 
Calcutta, 1878. 12°. 

PRASANNAKUMARA PALA. f^nrTsif s^ fsR-g^ 
•ffS^ I [Yesyasakti nivartaka nataka. A play for 
the discouragement of illicit attachments.] pp. 108. 

^fwra [Calcutta, 1868?] 8". 

PRASANNAKUMARA SARVADHIKARI. Bija- 
ganita, or Algebra in Bengali by Prosunnocoo- 
mar Surbadhicary ^t^ffffS I 2 pt. Calcutta, 
1863-1861. 8°. ' 

Pt. I. is of the 2)id, Ft. II. of the \st edition. 

Patiganita, or Arithmetic in Bengali, by 



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Prosunnocoomar Sm-badhicary . . . «^Tbl''Jff<l^ I 8th 
edition, pp. ii. 356, xx. Calcutta, 1864. 12°. 

Twentieth edition, pp. 344, 24. Calcutta, 

1879. 12°. 

PRASANNAKUMARA SENA. A Dictionary of 
Court Terms [in Bengal] compiled by P. C. Sen. 
pp. 26. Beng. and Eng. Seramjwre, 1883. 8°. 

PRASANNAKUMARA VIDYARATNA. Sanscrit 
philosophers on the Yedas by Prasonna Koomar 
Vidyarutna . . . C^-Rndy WV^^fwC^ STS I 
[Vedavishaye darsanikadiger mata.] jjp. iv. 114. 
4s<l>| <^ 'i^VV- [Bcr/iamj)ui; 1881.] 12°. 

PRASANNARAYA CHAUDHURI, Dcr/. f««rrft 
>lt^ir6i<^ ^^•'Jf^ I [Bhikhiirl. A novel advocating 
social reform in Bengal.] pp. 128. 'i^V-V- [Calcutta, 

1882.] 8°. 

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PRASANNAEAYA CHAUDHURI, Di'ih JX^- 

udasTiKi, or Rnyal ascetics. I'oenis on Buddha 
and Kilmamohana Raya.] pp. 33. ^fsTTtSl 'iW-V- 
\_Calcutta, 1882.] 12°. 

CrrfnTsr i -sfsm ■^^ i [Sopilna. Essays on 



social, political, and moral subjects affecting the 
welfare of Bengal.] pp. iv. 110. ^f^Tftsl ^^V^ 
\_Ca}cu(ta, 1879.] 8°. 

PRATAPACHANDRA RAYA. Sec Maiiahiia- 
R.\TA. <iVS 3r?T»1T5 I etc. [The Mahabharata. 
Edited by P. II.] [1869-74.] 8°. 

PRATAPACHANDRA MAJUMDAR. ^rlt^ ^ 
«IH«!C<II^-iTf^«.in I [Olautlia o vasantaroga chikitsa. 
The treatment of cholera and small pox.] pp. 28. 
^fwrsl V51V1 [Calcutta, 1880.] 16°. 

PRATAPADITYA, Raja. History. See Haris- 
CHAXDRA Tarkalaxkara. The history of Raja 
PratapSditya, etc. 1853. 12°. 

Hktonj. See Ramarama Yasd. The history 

of Raja Pratapaditya, etc. 1802. 8°. 

PRATIMAVISARJANA. .»|fCT1- r<l>t5?« T I [Prati- 
milvisarjana. A drama in five acts.] pp. 98. 
<^rg1<t- t -t l ^^^va ICalcutta, 1877.] 12°. 

PRATT (Hodgson). Sec SrTxatiia De. Bcejiti. 

. . . [Three speeches made by U. P., Kalidasa 
Maitra and Riimalochana Ghosha for the purpose 
of establishing a public library and reading room at 
Krishnagar.] [185G.] 8°. 

PREMACHANDA RAYA. Gyanamuba [i.e. 
Jriiinarnava] or a selection of morals. From the 
best Sanscrit and other Avorks, translated and com- 
piled into Bengalee by Prem Chond Roy. -grRT'Rg i 
pp. 194. Calcutta, 1842. 8^ 

PREMADHANA ADHIKARI. b;t)r<lrl j >I iTfW I 
[Chandravilasa, or the Prince of rjjavinl. A 
drama in five acts.] pp. ii. v. 228. <t-r^<M a I 'i'iw 
[Calcutta, 1866.] 12°. 

PRINSEP (James). >£rtft^ sf^rr^ 7rsfWT[ i 
[Priichlna itihasa samuchcha3-a.] An epitome of 
Ancient Ilistory, containing a concise account of 
the Egyptians, Assyrians, Persians, Grecians, and 
Romans. [The English compiled by J. P. ; the 
Bengali version by J. D. Pearson and others.] 
pp. viii. 623. Eiif/l. and Beng. Calcutta, 1830. 8°. 



PRINSEP (J.\MES). Beffin. Chapter I. Of tho 
Egyptians .... fsm? CfT'TtT! cdtC*? fr^lfl I [An 
edition of the preceding containing the Bengali 
translation only.] pp. 364. [Calcutta, \832?] 8". 

PRITHUYASAS, Son of Vamha Jli/iira. (f^rffs- 
»t>raq<p|) [Jyotischandrikil. A work on astrology 
by P., in Sanskrit, with a Bengali translation by 
Jfandakumara.] pp. iv. 80. <-r=1*1 41 ^V^8 [Ca/euffii, 
LS24.] S\ 

No title-page. 

PRIYAMADHAVA VASU. ^It^CtUj TlV\^ ST?^ 
f^P I [Manushyer yatliiirtha mahatva ki ? What 
constitutes man's true greatness ?■ An essay.] pp. 12. 
[Calcutta, ISQO?'] 8°. 

*t«ri-s<ia*il'^1 1 [Saiigltaratnamiila. Love 



songs.] pp. IG. <-r^<t-l4n^!»^ [Caleufta,\S'j'j.'] 12°. 

PRIYAMADHAVA VASU MALLIKA. Wf^- 
<i 2*1 jell I [Jriauaratnamalii. floral advice in 
prose and verse.] pp. vi. ii. 207. <t-r«1<-l4l 'i^^sa 
[Calcutta, 1858.] 12°. 

f^EHPFt^J I C^sr^-Tf'T T^'f ^«m ^^?i^ [Priya- 



kavya. A jwem on the bereavements caused by 
death.] Pt. I. pp. ii. 38. Calculta, ISU. 12°. 

PROFIT. The Profit of Godliness. spsfriTTf? ^K^ 
r4<i<i1 I [Dharmasevar phala.] pp. lO. Calcutta, 
1843. 12°. 

This forms No. 45 Miscellaneous Series, issued by the 
Calcutta Chridian Tract and Book Society. 

PROSUNNOCOOMAR SITRBADHICARY. See 
Pkasax n akumaka Sak vauiiikakI. 

PURANAS. 

BlIAGAVATAPriJAXA. 

SlsrsTMTS I STsfft RTRTfir ■^^ I [The Bhiigavata- 
purana, translated into Bengali prose, with the aid of 
Sridharasvamin's commentary, by Piirnachandra 
Sampiidaka, assisted by Muktarilma Vidyiivaglsa, 
and afterwards by Anandachandra Vedantavagl.sa.] 
«»rcl<M^t ) ^"Jl-i-VI [Calcutta, 1855-65.] 8°. 
Each skandha has a separate pagination. 

Sl^rsT^r?^ I 5f?^ (<llf4JlH-^^ I [The 

Bhiigavataijurana. Skandbas I. -IV., translated into 
Bengali prose by Durgiicharana Vandyopiidhj^aya.] 
^fsr^^ ^J^l-i [Calcutta, 1870.] 8°. 
Incomplete. Only up to a portion of Chap. 12 of the 'tth 
Skandha. 



82 



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PURANAS. [BHAGAVATArniAXA.] Vfff«li4^r5Tfs(n 
'^t]^. ^srsT^t ? ■-4il 9 1 ^rjTlsT ffc. [Bhiigavatatattva- 
bodliikii, being tbe Bliilgavatapiirana, with com- 
mentary in iSanskrit, and a Bengali para2)lirase of 
the text by Eamaniirayana Vidyaluiikara.] Nos. 
1-12, ff 2 and pp. 960. ■g^pftTrfmf, •3-?-?^<a? 'i^'^V 
\JiIuriihidahiid, Bcrhampio-, jjrinted, 1871.] 8". 
Li progress ? 

^?ra 4 4s i^?^ [BhagaTata tattvakaumudi. 



The Bhagavatapui'ana, translated into verse by Isana- 
chandra Yasu.] Pt. I. <I!iSJt*' 'i^W \_Bardwan, 
1881, etc.'] 8°. 

/» progress ? 

SlSlsrsT^ra^t F^il-y.*hS l etc. [The 10th 

Skandha of the Bhagavatapiirana. Sanskrit text 
with translation into Bengali verse by Ylrabhadra 
Gosvaml.] pp. ii. 584. ^5TTt~5l 'i'iVO [_Cakutta, 
1861.] 4". ■ 

Sl^rst'Jrrft? >il^nr»r '^^S etc. [The 11th 

Skandha. Sanskrit text, with a Bengali translation 
by Saniltana Chakravartl.] 2nd edition, pp. vi. 288. 
<-'r gt<- f4 l •i'iV' [Calcutta, 18-38.] 8°. 

SlsrsT^r^^Tl? [A fragment of the BLiiga- 



vatapurana, and commentary in Sanskrit, with a 
Bengali comnicntary by Nandakumara Kaviratna.] 
pp. 24. ICalciitta, 1845 P] 8". 

Containing only the first two verses. 

Bhagavatapurana. — Bhagaratlgltd. 
ftlf^R TTjitf illicit fUSl^ffTSTtrnsp etc. [The 



Bhagavatlglta, or Durgamahiltmya, an extract from 
the Bhagavatapurana. Sanskrit text with a Bengali 
translation by Ramaratna Bhattiichiirya.] pp. 69. 

^fw^Sl :>18v5 [Calcutta, 1821.] "8°. 

Sl^'jf^'ft^ft^ [Sanskrit text with Ramaratna 

Bhattilcharya's Bengali version.] pp. 48. ^fsT^'TSl 
^5.va [Caicutta, 1879.] 12°. 

Bhagavatapurana. — Gojncfitd. 

Sl§l?Tsrr^?;5a1 ^nif% I C^T'ft'ft^ etc. [The 

Goplglta, or 31st canto of the tenth book of the 
Bhagavatapurana. Sanskrit text with a Bengali 
paraphrase.] j'P- 26. ^fiT^tSl ^"iV-" [Calcutta, 
1858.] 8°. 

Bhagavatapurana. — Rasapanchadhydya. 



PURANAS. [BiiAGAVATAPVRANA. — RdsapancM- 

*f5pT5anr?r? ?c^ ^^^ ... ^^trry . . . •ft-Ji'^c'^ ^f^'s 

[Sanskrit text, with a metrical paraphrase by 
Xiirayana Chattariija Gunanidhi.] pp. 95. <?ri<?l si 
'ii.W [Calcutta,' Id.bd.'] 8^. 

BHAGAV.\TAPrRANA. — Appendix. 

See IsvARACHAXDRA Sark.\k. •STST^t*!^ I etc. 

[Prabhiisakhanda. An account of the life of Krishna 
in verse, compiled from the Bhagavatapurana.] 

[1880.] 8°. ' • 

See M.\dhav.\charya. !Sl5r5T^I<l4Ht<l l etc. 

[Srlmadbhagavatasiira. An abstract of the Bhaga- 
vatapurana in verse.] [1880.] 8°. 

Braiimaxdapuraxa. — Rumacjitd. — Appendix. 

Sec Periodical Publicatioxs.— J/b«(7%r. 

Sf^^Ff^ I [Dharmaprachiiraka. A monthly 
magazine containing articles on the Ramagltii.] 
1880. 4". 

BKAii:MAxnAPi'RAXA. — Vftarakhduda. 

■gWf^^C?t1 ^"e?«tt3 ^ifT^W [The TJttara- 

khanda, Sanskrit text, edited with a translation and 
introduction in Bengali by Nandakumiira Kaviratna 
Bhattachiirya.] Second edition, pp. ii. 426. ^ffsl^TSl 
vvv' [Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

Brahmavaivaetapiraxa. 

)lfii4't*^<14s^Tl I etc. [The Brahmavaivarta- 



si^^ ^'tuTy ^^ [The Easapafichadhyaya in Sanskrit, 
with a Bengali prose translation.] pp. ii. 83. 
^fsK-Til ^^^1 [Calcutta, 1820.] 12°. 



purana, translated into Bengali verse by Ramalochana 
DiTsa.] pp. xii. 908. ^f^TTf^ WIS) [Calcutta, 

1879.] 8^ 

>4ttiC!<l<l«S^f?t^ I [Translated by Gayarama 



Vatavyala. Third edition, revised by Kesavachandra 
Raya.] pp. viii. 704. ^fwTSl 'iVV^ [Calcutta, 

1881.] 8°. 

Hbl* 4'*ftc<l<^ *JC?tl I [Translated into verse 



with notes, by Priinachandra Dasa.] pp. viii. 728. 
<-rg1<t- r -4 l ^\VV [Calcutta, 1882.] 8^. 

■gW^^^'^^yrfW [Sanskrit text, edited with a 



Bengali translation, by ISIathuranatha Tarkaratna.] 

Pt. I.-VI. ^U^ m ^V-°0 [Calcutta, 1882, etc.l %\ 

In progress. 

Brahmavaivartapueana. — Datisamrdda. 

-g^i^^ ^?tg'?t^ [sic] Si^^^a #t=rnj« II Yjt- 

^JTflt •rfsr^ -sr^? llctc. [TheDutlsaiuvada, an episode 
from the Brahmavaivartapurana, in Bengali verse.] 
pp. 68. -i^sa [Calcutta, 1838.] S''. 



83 



PUR 



PURANAS. 

K.M.KIPrRANA. 

<pr«*^C?t'l I [The Kalkipuriina done into Bengali 
verse by ValiTicliiTnda Sena, from a translation of the 
original by Muktiiraina Vidyaviiglsa.] pp. 147. 
^fwrsi^l^' [Cakitt/d, 18G8.] l•2^ 

^t%<ir?t1 I [The Kalkipuriina, freely rendered 



into Ik'ugali verse by Bhuvanachandra Vasaka.] 
pp. ii. 1-22. ^f^^rsl ^^V-a [Calcutta, 1878.] 12°. 

■»rfg'5f^T^ I ^i%<aTr') ^fc- [Sanskrit text. 



and translation by Jaganniohana Tarkiihinkiira.] 
Pt. I. and II. pp. 1-100. <-r^<t-ti1 Vl^<i [Calcutta, 
1870.] 8=. 

In progress ? 
Forming part of a collection called " Sdstrapraiasa." 

K.4.LKiptJRXN.4. — Appendix. 

Sec DURG.\PR.VSAD.\ S.4.RMA. y, S»M4l<l5?t I etc. 



[MuktalatavalT. A poem taken from tlic 12th 
chapter of the Kalkipuriina.] [1880.] 12". 

See IsvAUAfii.vxDRA Sakkar. cSTsTTtr^ I 



etc. [Prabhiisiikhanda. An account of the life of 
Krishna in verse, compiled from the Kalkipuriina.] 
[1880!] 8°. 

MARKANDEYAPURAJfA. — Devimahatmya. 



?[5TT^~^tlf I [The Chandlpiitha, or Devlmiihiitmya, of 
the Miirkandcyapuriina. Sanskrit text and com- 
mentary, and a Bengali translation of the text by 
GaurTsankara Tarkaviigisa.] pp. iii. viii. 1G7. 
^si^rsl ■i^iia [Calcutta, 1858.] 4°. 

MARKAxpr;YAPrRANA. — Appendix. 

See Pramathanatha Mitra. ''9'S'-Tr?^t? i 

[Sumbhasamhiira. A poem based on an episode 
of the Miirkandej'apuriina.] [1880.] 12". 

Padmapurana. 

^^3«rs'<IHl«i? I «W^^?T«W I [The Padmapurilna, 
Sanskrit text, edited with a Bengali translation 
by Riimaniirilyana.] Pt. 14-10. "5i;?f«rwimf [Mur- 
shidubad, 1876, etc.'] 8°. 

Imperfect. Wanting Pt. 1-1.3. Pt. 16 ends with the 
2bth adhijaya of the Kriyuijogasura, after which no more 
appears to have been published. 



*r5r <J?T(:'lt35 ?it TS?ft [«/c] l [Ratlmafijarl. 



Selections from the I'adniapurana in Bengali verse 
on the philosophy of marriage.] jip. 30. <tfe1<?1il 
■i^o- [Calcutta, 1823.] 8°. 



PURANAS. 

PadmaimuTn \. — Kriyh/ognmra. 
<W<a^1 I r^-ilR5rf?mT? ^spf^?»ff5 •^SfJfTT etc. [Kri- 
yiiyogasiira, a section of the Padmapurilna, in 25 
chapters, translated into Bengali verse by Bliaga- 
viinchandra Mukhopiidhyiiya.] pp. vi. 199. ^fcT^TSl 
^1V^ [Calcutta, 1808.] 8". 

[Another edition.] pp. v. 176. ^fcT^lTl 



:»^V-:> [Calcutta, 1879.] 8". 

n^^arriT'^^ra f^nrfarr^nrrc?? ^'^^ "sr^trr? I 

etc. [The fifth chapter of the Kriyiiyogasiira, 
translated into Bengali verse by Dvija Pltiimbara.] 
pp.70. W^-i [Calcutta? imA.] 8°. 

Pa u.m a 1" r r a x a. — Kriyayogasura. — Appendix. 

See T.\RA(HARAXA Deva Sarm.\. 5rT*(T^- 

dellb*)! I etc. [Miidhavasulochanii. A romance founded 
on the Kriyiiyogasiira.] [1862.] 8°. 

Skandapuraxa. — KdsiJchanda. 
^T^t4t^ *T?T«t etc. [The Kiislkhanda, trans- 



lated into liengali verse by Sitaniitha Yasu ^lallika.] 
pp. 418. <-r^<t- r ^ l ^Hl [Calcutta, 1850.] 8°. 

The Ka.shee Khundo [in Bengali verse by 



Sitanatha Yasu Mallika.] ^T*ft«tg I pp. v. 192. 
:,:i.va Calcutta, [1878.] 8\ 

^t*Ft«l^ I <5f?T'l 1 '"''''. [Another edition.] 



pp. 270. ^-jwra ^\v-a [Calcutta, 1879.] 8 
Skandapuraxa. — Trdhhdmhhaiyln. 

— .srsT^^cs I • ■ • 'A'^i 5iT?iT<^^?if3f? f^Tnf?»r etc. 



[The Prabhiisakhanda, a section of the Skanda- 
puriina, and a portion of Xiirada's Panchariitra, put 
to Bengali verse by Sisuriima Diisa.] 5th edition. 
2 vol. pp. 312, 324. ^U^ \ t \ 'ib-'i- [Calcutta, 
1870.] 12=. 

SKAxnAPURAXA. — Safyandrfu/annrratakathd. 



[The Satyaniiriiyanavratakathii, or 4th chapter of 
the Reviikhanda of the Skandapuriina. Sanskrit 
text, with a Bengali verse translation by Ritja- 
chandra Riiya.] pp. iv. 48. <r«l*-l4) ^^bV 
[Calcutta, 1861.] 8°. 

Vayupuran.-v. — Gaydmdhdtmya. 

SiSi-JtTTTiiT^TsrJ ^«n^ Tni«t?rfiT^5r5 ^^Tsfxfft 

*r^^ etc. [The Gayiiiniihiltmya, a section of the 
Viiyupuriina, Sanskrit text, and Bengali translation, 
called Gayiiuushthitnapaddhati, by Xandakumiira 
Kaviratna."] pp. iv. 184. ^fwTSI ^'ib-l [Calcutta, 
1865.] 8^ 



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PURANAS. [Vayupurana. — Gayamahatmya.'] ^flTt- 
IT^TSTJJT etc. [Sanskrit text, with a Bengali transla- 
tion by Taranatha Sarmii.] pp. ii. 132. ^«T^TTl 'i»)%.v3 
^Calcutta, 1866.] " 8°. 

ViSHNUPURANA. 



[The YishnuiJurilna. Sanskrit text and commen- 
tary, with a translation of the text into Bengali, 
called Vishnvartha-Yaidyanatha, by Yaradaprastida 
Yasaka.] 5 pt. ^Iw^ "i^.'ia [C'aL«ff, 1868.] 8°. 
Formivg part of a collection entitled, ^^ Paranaprakasa.'^ 

YiSHNDPURANA. — Lalishmlcharitra. 
(^r^t^f^) [The Lakshmlcharitra, a section 



of the Yishnupurana. Sanskrit text, with a para- 
phrase in BengaK.] pp. 28. ^fwTSl Vl^'i \_Calci(tta, 
1855.] 8°. 

No title-page. 

APPENDIX. 
See jANAifEJAYA MiTRA. iTTjit <5f?TT:its5 ■5r?Tif*f sr?1 
^f?T'ftir ^srgT^srfl^ l [Ashtiidasa mahapuranlya 
anukramanika. An abstract of the contents of 
each of the PurSnas.] [1855.] 12°. 

See Periodical Publications. — Calcutta, ^T*f 
^4^^ I etc. [Sarvartha pfirnachandra. A monthly 
magazine containing Bengali translations of selec- 
tions from the Puranas.] [1855-57.] 8". 

PURNACHANDRA CHAKRAVARTI. ^frstf ? I 
[Kavitiiukura. Moral poems.] Pt. I. pj). 3-1. 
UTO ^iva {Dacca, 1863.] 12°. 

PtJRNACHANDRA MITRA. ^5W»fir I [Tattva- 
darsana. Essays on death, and a future existence.] 
pp.123. ^fWra -i^vo [CrtAw/i'/ff, 1876.] 8°. 

PtJRNACHANDRA SAMPADAKA. See Puranas. 

Blutijavatapumua. ^|5r5TM^3 I [The Bhagavata- 
puriina, ti-anslated into Bengali prose by P. S. and 
others.] [1855-65.] 8°. 

PtJRNACHANDRA VASTJ. -SWl^-fwl I '^fTl 

tcTrrr?Tnt?r ^.^i^? ^^(?r»ftir ^RT^-r<i«ii<i? sp^U i 

[Samajachiutil, or Thoughts on social questions, 
being a series of essaj's contrasting European with 
Indian civilisation.] pp. ii. 217. *r«1<t-t4l 'ilV-fe 
[_Caleutta, 1882.] 12°. 

PtJRNANANDA GOSVAMI. *l'Bt>^r«l*<^1 ^ETffs 
^T^^ vfsp^o etc. [The Shatchakraniriipana of P. G. 
Sanskrit text, with a Bengali translation by Ananda- 
chandra YediintavagTsa, together with other Sanskrit 
tracts.] pp.98. ^^TSl ^"ilV [Cfffc«««, 1856.] 8°. 



PURNANANDA GOSVAMI. ■^^■'> H^bsp f^oft 
etc. [Shatchakranirupana. Sanskrit text and com- 
mentary, and a Bengali translation of the text by 
Kalidasa Bhattilcharj-a.] pp. 42. ^f^mri l>!J.5»<i 
^Calcutta, I860.] 8°. 

[Another edition.] pp. i. 64. ^FtwTSI ■i^S5» 



\_Calcutta, 1869.] 8° 

PXJSHPADANTA. SlS|f»f^i II srf^^? "^^ II etc. 
[Mahimnah stava. A hymn of praise to Siva, attributed 
to P., with a Bengali paraphrase by Gaiigadhara 
Bhattachaiya.] pp. 22. ^fsT^Tsl 'i'isa. [Calcutta, 
1823.'] 8=. 



>£r^1~5 f*1<j^<l [Mahimnah stava, Sanskrit text with a 
Bengali prose paraphrase by Kailiisachandra Yandyo- 
padhyaya.] j^p. 24. ^fwTSl 'i^H8 [Calcutta, 
1867.] 8°. 

PYARICHANDA MITRA. See also Tekch.\nda 
Th.Ikura. 

'TtsfJ I r^ <t 1 [Adhyiitmika. A novel with a 



preface in English, by " Peary Chand Mitra," 
shewing the beneficial influence of education on 
Bengali women.] pp. ii. iv. 100. ^fsK-t-il VW"" 
[Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 

Krishi Patha, by Peary Chand Mitfra. {"^-fk- 

<Tf^). [A series of articles on the cultivation of 
certain plants, being chiefly translations of papers 
from " Transactions of the Agriculttiral and Horti- 
cultural Society of India," and other sources.] pp. 
31. Calcutta, 1861. 12^ 

PTARICHARANA SARKAR. See Calcutta. — 
Surupdnanivurini Sabhu. '^^^T'l I (.•*<! ^p5T [Surapiiner 
phala. A pamphlet on the evils of drunkenness, 
with a list of the rules of the Society for the preven- 
tion of drunkenness in Bengal, signed by P. S. as 
president.] [1868 ?] 8^ 

A Geography of India .... Translated by 

Shama Churn Bose . . . from the Indian Geography, 
in English, compiled by Baboo Peary Churn 
Sircar. (^1<14<ld«<l l^t^fT^ ^et •!{ l) [Bharatavarsher 
bhiigola vrittanta.] pp. ii. iv. 176. Calcutta, 
1862. 8°. ' 

Key to Baboo P. C. Sircar's Second book of 

reading, revised by Mr. Lethbridge. pp. 36. Bciig. 

and Engl. Calcutta, 1879. 8°. 

One of a series of educational icorks edited by Umesachandra 
Bhatlachdrya. 



85 



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PYARILALA MUKHOPADHYAYA. ^?r?raT| 
sTTw I [Suralatii iiiitaka. An adaptation oi Sluikspcio's 
"Merchant of Veuice."] pp. iii. 108. <•[«!* [41 ^fe08 
[Calcutta, 1877.] 8°. 

PYAEIMOHANA VANDYOPADHYAYA. ^fooni- 
coontolla. [An historical tale.] srfq^"^^ ofs^^'^yr^ 
"^STf^rrrf?^ pp. iv. IS'2. ■iS>^(i SeramjTore, [1868.] 12°. 

EADHACANT DEB. See Radii.Xkanta Deva. 

EADHAGOVINDA KARA. .SVf DrKGADASAKAnA. 
C wti sy <i 9l4i?t I . . . Bhaishajya ratnavali. A work 
on materia medica . . . Sixth edition. Edited bj' 
R. K. [1878.] 8°. 

— — Seventh edition. Edited by R. K. [1881.] 8=. 

— — f«^V^ I . . . Bhishak-vandliu . . . Published 
[or rather, edited] by R. K. 1879. 12°. 



r»y<t--y ^k 



Bhishak .suhrid, or the 



physicians vade niecum. Designed for the use of 
students preparing for examination and practitioners, 
pp. X. 597. Calcutta, 1880. 12°. 

EADHAKANTA DEVA, liaja. See Gaira- 

MOIIANA YlDVAI.ANKARA. "^ f*! "i^ 1 T*! 1 1 II <t- I . . . . 

The importance of female education, or evidence in 
favour of the education of Hindoo females, etc. [by 
Gauramohana Yidyalankilra, assisted by R. D.] 
1822. 12^' 



THrr^n ft^ •sr^-s 



[Bangalil siksha- 



grantha.] A Bengalee Sjielling-book, with reading 
lessons, etc., adapted both for Europeans and 
Natives. By Radhacant Deb. jip. xiv. 288. 
Calcutta, 1821. 8°. 

A rapid .sketch of the life of Raja R. D., 



with some notices of his ancestors, and testimonials 
of his character and learning, by the editors of the 
Raja's Sabdakalpadruma. pp. 33, 56. Ei>(//. Calcutta, 
1859. 8°. 



Tr?f=^« TT^t^n f»r^5r^? [Samkshipta 



Bangala sikshilgrantha.] . . . Abridgment of a Bengalee 
Spelling-book, with miscellaneous reading lessons, by 
Radhacant Deb. pp. 111. Calcutta, 1827. 12°. 

EADHAKISOEA DASA GHOSHA. (^ s^<M4^ 
v-CilCcrili^l -^^ sTf^r^ ^m I [Kautiikavaha phato- 
lochchhii badha. The punishment of immorality. A 
poem.] pp. 12. <tnrl<tt41 W-i" [Calcutta, 1863.]" 12°. 



RADHAMADHAVA MITEA. Kabitabalee. [Short 
poems] tor the use of schools, by Railha !Madhub 
Mittre. ^^'^K^ I 4 pt. ^fsTTTSI [Calcutta, 
1866-G9.] 12°. 

Pt. I. is of the Ith, Pts. II. and III. of the Zrd, and Ft. IV. 
of the 2nd edition. 

f^S(T| 5rc^T?8?5f TtW I [Yidhava manoranjana 



nataka, or Consolation to Hindu widows. A drama 
on the supposed legality of widow marriages.] pp. 48. 
^r ^K-Tal :»;^bo [Calcutta, 1850.] 12". 

2nd edition, pp. 124. ^fwm 'i^Vs [Calcutta, 

1877.] 12°. 

This edition contains the text of the let edition slightly 
altered in places, with the addition of fresh matter from p. 53. 

RADHAMADHAVA SILA. See A>rARASiMHA. 

'^"H<-«^*i^lw| I etc. [.Sabdakalpalatikil. Edited with 
additions by R. S.] [1879.] 12=. 

RADHAMAYA DE CHAUDHURI. si7:Tf«Tr«fJT^ I 
■^5(7^ f5"(^? i^^l *f?W »yl«l^ etc. [Navopil- 
khyiina. A tale in the form of a drama, shewing 
the neglect of religious observances, and the intro- 
duction of evil practices in Hindu society.] pp. 106. 
^f^^VS\ -iXha [Calcutta, 1868.] 12". 

RADHAMOHANA SENA. See Yalakhaxda 
Gus\ .\.mT. liifti 7rr?^^>5n; l [Sanglta silrasamgraha. 
A selection of songs from the writings of R. S. and 
others.] [1880.] 12°. 

^vXiiii^'Ji I etc. [Sangltataranga. A treatise 

in verse on various sj'stcms of Hindu musical com- 
position.] pp. ix. 276, xvi. *reK-l41 ^^^a [Calcutta, 
1818.] 8°. 

RADHAMOHANA THAKURA. <>nrr^ ^^^■M I 
[Padamrita samudra. A Yaishnava work in verse, 
with Sanskrit commentary and occasional Sanskrit 
verses. Revised and edited by Riimanarayana 
Vidyiiratna.] pp. v. 496. ■^[[■"TrRT? :>^vct 
[Murshidabad, 1878.] 8°. 

RADHANATHA VASAKA. »r fl <l A | H 1 <) I '^sfK 
U^T^J? ^1lJJ>l<t-(:crt<fJiC^S^nfT<[?1 I [Sarlratattvasara. 
A treatise on human physiology, with a glossary of 
technical tenus in English and Bengali, and an 
appendix containing 12 plates.] pp. vi. 127. 
grfWra ^\'^' [Calcutta, 1863.] 12°. 

RADHARANi LAHIDI. >*nrW-=Tf^ I [Prabandha 
latika. Moral essays by R. L. a member of the 
Baiigamahilii Samilj, edited by the Secretary Umesa- 
chandra Datta.] pp. ii. 94. *(c|<^|^4l ^^If-5> 
[Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 



86 



RAD— EAJ 



RADHAVALLABHA DASA. tJ»J4i-g>l t <l>l °^ I 
[Manatattva sarasatpgraha. The principal maxims 
of physiology, compiled from the phrenological 
works of Dr. Spiirzheim and Mr. Combe, and trans- 
lated into Bengali by R. D.] pp. 93. ^^fwTSl 'i^aJ* 
ICalcutta, 1849.] iV. 

RADHIKAPRASANNA MUKHOPADHYATA. 

Introduction to physical geography, . . . i£rT^-1%^ 
aZ^rt^T I [Prakritika bhiigola.] 11th edition, pp. 
150. Calcutta, 1879. 12". 

12th edition, pp. viii. 146. Calcutta, 1880. 12°. 



Preservation of health, 



in Bengali, by 



Radhica Prasanna Mookerjea . . . 
Sviisthyaraksha.] Second edition, j^p. 66. Calcutta, 
1864. 12°. 

Principles of hygiene, or preservation of 



health .... Fourteenth edition [of the fireccding 
work.] ^TrTJ J^ pp. 152. Calcutta, 1879. 12°. 

Fifteenth edition, pp. vi. 160. Calcutta, 



1879. 12°. 



Sixteenth edition, pp. vi. 160. Calcutta, 



1880. 12° 



Seventeenth edition, pp. viii. 161. Calcutta, 

1881. 12°. 

A Review in Bengali and English of Radhika 

Prasanna Mukherji's Swasthya-raksha, seventeenth 
edition. Thoroughly revised, pj}. 12, 7. ^fsT^TsI 
^VV:> {Calcutta, IBSl.] 8°. 

RAGHAVANANDA CHAKRAVARTI. flRFf^^ 
[Dinachandrikii. A treatise on the preparation of 
almanacs, translated from a Sanskrit work of R. Ch. 
by Durgacharana Kaviratna.] pp. 142. ^^^fl'S^ 
^V IJBer/iainpur, 1878.] 8°. 

RAGHUNANDANA BHATTACHARYA. WV^ 

Sl^srsT'^t^ ^M^J ^^ f5f«r^5^ I [Tithitattva, the 
first of the 25 Tattvas contained in R. Bh.'s Smriti- 
tattva, or Institutes of the Hindu Religion. Sanskrit 
text and commentarj', with a Bengali paraphrase of 
the text by Kasiriima Vachaspati.] pp. ii. 352, vi. 
^Iwrsl -ih-V) [Calcutta, 1871.] 8°. 

<lJ<^T'l'5o etc. [Yyavastharnava. Selections 



from R. Bh.'s Smrititattva, a treatise on Hindu law, 
and ceremonial observances, with a Bengali transla- 
tion by Madhusudana Yidyiivachaspati.] pp. v. 200. 
SansL and Beiuj. ^fsT^TSl ^H8 [Calcutta, 1M7.] 8°. 



RAHA (H. C.) See Muir (Sir W.) f^ fifZ^ Jfsl I 
[Sachcha diner rahii.] The path of true religion. 
Translated ... by II. C. R. [1878.] 8°. 

RAI DINABANDHU MITRA BAHADTTR. See 

DTXABAXDIIU MirKA. 

RAIHAN AL-DIN". Si-c Taj Ai.-D7x Khax and 
Raii'iax Al-DTx. C^f^rrfsT? Fff? pITT? I [Dilbahar 
chari yar. A tale by Taj Al-Din Khan and R. Al-D.] 

[1878.] 8°. 

- — fyrf? »p<i5|vT I [ShTrln Farhad. A romance 
in verse bv Tiij Al-Din Khan and R. Al-D.] 

[1879.] 8°. 

RAI KALLEE PROSONNO SEN. See KalTpra- 
SAXXA Sexa Gupta. 

RAJACHANDRA RAYA YASONIDHI. See 
PuRAXAS. — Skandapurana. — Satyaiidrdi/nTiavrata- 

kathd. fllfil>l*JWt<llTr«lHr w^S I HtJ«iT?T?1 ^T^ ^ I 
[The Satj-anuraj'anavratakatha, translated into 
Bengali verse by R.R.] [1861.] 8°. 

RA JAKISORA DE. See Madhttsudaxa Datta (M. ) 

rsif^teWln tj<<F|<j I [Tilottamasambhava kavya. 4th 
edition, edited by R. D.] [1879.] 8°. 

RAJAKRISHNA DATTA. *)<)=^5t I Tl T^- 
^t^sil I (Aruudhati, or the fair cajjtivc. A melo- 
drama in four acts, by Raj Krishna Datta.) pp. ii. 
46. Calcutta, 1877. ' 12°. 

RAJAKRISHNA MUKHOPADHYAYA. Hints 
to the study of the Bengali language, for the use of 
Europeans and Bengali students, pp. 102. Beug. 
and Engl. Calcutta, 1883. 12°. 

History of Bengal for beginners, by Raj 

Krishna Mookherjea. «r«f^ f*f^ TT^-I^Tf? sfs^T^T I 
[Bahgiilar itihasa.] 10th edition, pp. 106. Calcutta, 
1877. 12°. 

13th edition, pp. 116. Calcutta, 1878. 12°. 



^<>4ti|fcrl1 I [Kavitamiila. A collection of 

short poems.] pp. 124. Calcutta, 1877, 12°. 

RAJAKRISHNA RAYA. ^5RTr5-7n:?Tftf^ [Ava- 
sarasarojinT. Miscellaneous poems on the present 
condition of India.] 2nd edition, pp. ii. 251. 
<tr«1<t-t4l ^^V5. [Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

'«T<r5 Mt^ I [Bhiiratagana. One himdred 

verses on the former wealth and greatness of India.] 
pp. iv. 54. <-r^<t- T a i ^^va [Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 



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RAJAKRISHNA RAYA. fTT'^rft [ITiranmayl. A 
tale.] Pt. II. pp. 193-a-lO. ^U<-^i>] "i^b-l [Caletdta, 
1880.] 8". 

IFanting Ft. I. Tlie first of a series entitled " Galpa- 
kalpataru." 

it^K-if^st? f^rf^^) [Tarakasamliiira. A drama 

on the .story of tlu- (lestructiorv of the demon Tilraka.] 
pp. ii. ii. is:. ^TfTl \\V--i ICalcutta, 1880.] 12^ 

RAJAKRISHNA RAYA and SARACHCHANDRA 
DEVA. IJharatako.sha or the Encyclupiudia Indica, 
being a treasury of mythology, history, geography, 
biography, Vaidika and Tantrika rites, philosophy, 
literature, .science, arts, etc., etc., of ancient and 
mediaeval India. [Compiled by R. R. and S. D.] 
( v» t <lAt<» t t| ). Vol. I. Calcutta, 1882, etc. 8°. 
In progress. 

RAJAKRISHNA RAYA CHAUDHURI. -^Sf 
4J<l9 1<] I [Arthavyavaliilra. A treatise on political 
economy.] 2nd edition, jjp. ii. 110. ^5'aif?f^ ^^1° 
XKrishnagar, 1863.] 8'. 

Iluman physiology in Bengali. s^^Zlf^ f^'1'9' I 



[Naradeha nirnaya. With a vocabulary of technical 
terms.] pp. vi. 237, xiv. ^-fsl^Til, fwSTf^a^ ^^5»5> 
[Calcutta, Mirzapur, 1869.] 12^ 

>trt>^ ll>ity«<-f*f^ I [Rasilyana siksha.] . . . 



Chemistry in Bengali by Rajkri.shna Rai Chaudhuri 
[foimded on H. E. Roscoe's Chemistry Primer.] 
pp. iii. vi. xii. 174. Calcutta, 1877. 12°. 

RAJAKRISHNA VANDYOPADHYAYA. See 
S.\i.iGNAc DE LA JIoTHE Fkxelon (F. de), Archbishop 
of Camhray. Adventures of Telemachu.s, tran.slated 
into Bengali bj- Rajkrishna Banerjea. Fourth edition. 
1862. 8°. 

— — Eighth edition. 1868. 8°. 

— — Twelfth edition. 1881. 8°. 

Neetibodha, or Moral Class-Book [founded 

on " Chambers' Moral Class Book "], by Rajkrishna 
Banerjea. Twelfth edition. ^tf^T^Sf pj). ii. 108. 
Calcutta, 1864. 12°. 

Sixteenth edition, pp. 120. Calcutta, 1868. 12°. 



Nitibodha, etc. [Enlarged by Isvarachandra 

Vidyasagara.] Twenty-first edition, pp. 120. 
Calcutta, 1877. 12°. 

Twenty-third edition, jip. 120. Calcutta, 



RAJAKUMARA CHANDRA. CTrZ^J ^C^T ' ^U^'A 
'9'5?f I [Dekhe sune akkel gudum. A farce ex- 
posing .some of the vices of Hindu society.] pp. 11. 
^fWrl ^s.V [Calcutta, 1863.] 12°. 

RAJAKUMARA SARVADHIKARI. A brief 
survey of the English constitution ... by Rajkumar 
Sarbadhikari, and revised by Ramaprasad Roy. 
©"^CS? *ll>l«)-£f«(T#t I [Iralander .sasanapraniill.] 
3 pt. Calcutta, 1862. 12°. 

RAJAKUMARA TARKARATNA BHATTA- 
CHARYA. ^gQlttHi>r<ITST I [Krishnadiisacharita. 
A Sanskrit iMtiui in 43 stanzas, with a Bengali 
prose translation, on the life of Krishnadasa Piila, 
Rai Bahiidur.] pp. 22. ^^T^I-JI 'i^V'i [Calcutta, 
1880.] 12". 

< J|ai-i>r<i-s») [Yatlndracharita. A poem in 



1880. 12°. 



Sanskrit, with a Bengali prose translation on the 
life of Maharaja Yatlndramohana Thiikura.] pp. 78. 
*re1*|v6| ^VV-' [Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 

RAJAMOHANA DE. See EucLiD. The First 
l?ook of Euclid, with notes and exercises ; comjiilcd 
by R. D. [1879.] 12°. 

RAJANARAYANA BHATTACHARYA. ^^U 

tf^^Tn I ^«f1«- ^^U, ^■'#1?, ^^T^^ 'tfst^lil, ^ff^ 
Orr^r? . . . Cffrrtfu^X^ [Pailjab itihasa. Ilistory^of 
the Panjab to the time of the Sikh war in 1846.] 
3rd edition, pp. ii. v. 2G6. ^fsTTTSI 'i^S'i [Calcutta, 

1864.] 8°. 

RAJANARAYANA GUPTA. <tft3^^R:^rW? I 
[Patitavaidyoddiiiira. A treatise on the atonement 
prescribed in the Sastras for the non-observance by a 
Yaidya of certain ceremonial observances, with 
references from San.skrit authorities.] pp. 22. 
.^rgK- l A l ^"588 [Calcutta, 1822.] 8°. 

RAJANARAYANA VASU. '^f^ TT ^ f i&j ?-^ etc. 
[Brahma Samiljcr vaktritii. Brahmist sermon.s, with 
a short account of the institution of the Brahma 
Samilj.] pp. 124. <-fs1<-l41 'i'iV-O [Calcutta, 
1S61.'] 12°. 

fv^ KCW? C^i^ I [Hindudhanner sreshthata. 



A lecture on the merits of the Hindu religion.] 
pp. iv. 60, xxviii. ^fw^Sl ^IJsS [Calcutta, 1872.] 8°. 

?tSi*'t<lly«l ■^"?r? ^"^^ I [Vaktritii. Addresses 



delivered at the Brahma Samaj at Calcutta and 
Midnapur, from 1846 to 1867.] 2 pt. pp. 112,118. 
<-U<-\i)\ ^IfcO-s.^ [Calcutta, 1871-70.] 8°. 
Pt. II. is of the 3rd edition. 



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EAJANIKANTA GUPTA. The History of India, 
the Hindu and Mahomedan periods, . . . »l<ia-9rs9 I'ST I 
[Bhiirata itihiisa.] pp. iv. 124, 24. ^ci<ft-sl 
ICakuUa, 1879.] 12^ 

A new biography [of several philanthropists.] 



^<br<l a I [Xavacharita.] pp. 8G. ^Iwl^ST "iXyr-i 
^Calcutta, 1880.] 8° 

.STTW-^rT^n I [PrabandhamahT. Five mis- 



cellaneous essays.] pp. 9o. ^foT^T^ WrZ [^Calcutta, 
1877.] 8° 

A short essay on the Vernacular press 



Cir*?t? ») Jqly5i-r<ilil* '^T^T^ I [Deslya mudrayantra 
vishayaka prastava.] jDp. 2G, xii. Calcutta, 
[1878.] 8^ 

RAJARAJENDRA CHANDRA. ^STTt^-^^fs I 
[Akala unnati. A paper on the progress made in 
the reform of Hindu society.] pp. 38. ^fwTsI ^^W 
ICalcutta, 1881.] 12". 

RAJARAJESVARA BHATTACHARYA. Abstract 
of grammar [for Bengali students]. '3"JT^1 "^^ i 
[Vyiikarana siira.] Beng., Engl, and Saxnk. pp. 
4G.' ?t?Tl^ ^Ji>oa \_Benares, 1878.] 8°. 

RAJENDRALALA MITRA. PatrakaumudT, or 
book of letters, etc., compiled by R. M. /SVc Karr 
(N. S. S.) and Eajendralala Mitra. <T5-fr|l[ft 
etc. 1863. 12°. 

f*lf^^ lf*f*f I [Silpikadarsana. Lessons on 

the manufacture of various articles in daily use.] 
pp. vi. 170. ^fsT^tSl {Calcutta, I860.] 12^" 
One of the " Bengali Famihj Library " Series. 



■2r?W ^*iZIf*r I [Vyilkaranapravesa. A catechism 
on elementary Bengali grammar.] jjp. iv. 70. 
Calcutta, 1862. 12°. 

2nd edition, pp. vi. 71. Calcutta, 1866. 12°. 



RAJENDRANATHA DATTA. Manava-dharma- 
sastra, or a commentary on the Institutes of Manu. 

3rf5i^ sf^»fr^, ^«rai 5r5:Tr»f^-TT?m:crfF5f i 

Pt. I. pp. 46. Calcutta, 1881. S\ 

RAjiVALOCHANA DASA. <T^ ^SPS^f I etc. 
[Pudyaprasuna. Moral verses for children.] pp. 18. 
fil?:^' ^^Va [Sylhef, 1879.] 12°. 



RAJiVALOCHANA MUKHOPADHYAYA. 

?ITT?tW ^'^F^ <115]V|J ^f^° 1 [Maharaja Krishna- 
chandra liayasya charitra. The life of Raja 
Krishnachandra Raya, with an account of the battle 
of Plassy.] pp. 80. «r=?t^ ^V^^ [London, 1811.] 8'. 

[Another copy.] 



RAJIVALOCHANA VIDYAVAGISA. Begin. 

^, <;^C i>i 4i>{lii siir? II ^«f C^rfft*^ <t-ir<l<t1 [The 
Goshthlpati kiii ikii. A short metrical formida of the 
Ghatakas on the succession of Goshthlpatis, or Pre- 
sidents in all formal assemblies on occasions of 
the Miilyachandana, from Srimanta Raya down to 
Vrajendra ^N'ariij-ana.] pp.7. [_Calcufta, ISoifl 8°. 

RAJ KRISHNA. See Rajakrishn'a. 

RAJKUMAR SARBADHIKARI. See Rajakumara 

Sarv.IdhikarT. 

RAKHALACHANDRA RAYA. -mt^ f^ I . . . 
Jeebun Bindu. A short memoir of Soudamini the 
beloved wife of [the author] Rakhal Chunder Roy. 
pp. vi. 153. <-U<- \ t> \ ^KT^^ [Calcutta, 1880.] 12^ 

RAKHALADASA GANGOPADHYAYA. «TtTf«t- 
5J^ I etc. [Piishanamayl. An historical novel of 
life in Bengal during the last century.] pp. 132. 
^fsTTTsI ^ViS. [Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 

RAKHALADASA HALDAR. See Dall (C. H. N.) 
Prayer for the Christian life ; adapted to the several 
seasons of morning, evening .... Translated into 
BengaU by R. H. etc. [1856.] 8°. 

See Ramamohaxa Raya. ?T^ <i1u<:h!^«i Jt? 



^^ ■5T°?f^t^ fiP^-iSr^ f^T^<nnr*r l The precepts 
of Jesus, the guide to peace and happiness ; compiled 
by . . . Rammohun Roy . . . Translated into Bengali, 
and annotated by R. H. 1859. 8\ 

^JiUbl^t I [Srlramacharita. History of King 



Ramachandraof Ayodhya.] pp. vi. 41. ^f^T^TSl Mlb 
[Calcutta, 1854.] 12°. 

RAMACHANDRA, King of Ai/od/ii/d. [Risfor!/.'] 
See R.Ikhaladasa Haldar. ^<i|»Jt>r<i-o I etc. 
[Srlramacharita. History of King R.] [1854.] 12°. 

RAMACHANDRA MUKHOPADHYAYA. sfsT- 
l^^tl-jl ' I [Xala Damayantl. A poem on the story 
from the Mahiibharata of Nala and Damayantl.] 
pp. ii. 67. <t-nd<t- T"5l ^iva [Calcutta, 1863.] 12°. 
Imperfect. Wanting pp. 49-60. 

[Another edition.] pp. iii. 56. c-fsK-lal 'i^Vd 



[Calcutta, 1878.] 12=- 



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RAMACHANDRA TARKALANKARA. See 

GopTnatha CiiakravartT. C^a^ *t«''s( "W^ II 
[Kautukasarvasva nataka. A Sanskrit play, with 
a Bengali version by R. T.] [1828.] 8^ 

RAMACHANDRA VIDYAVAGISA. See Jyo- 

TISIiASAKASAM(iUAII \. Sl^ '^'*f? SlWiTT? . . . . 

^^ CSnf^TinT^o^f^ etc. [Jyotishasarasamgralia, 
witli a translation by R. V.] [18G7.] 8°. " 

See Sankara Acharya. The Annund 



Naboorry etc. [With a Bengali verse translation 
by R. v.] [1823.] 4°. 

etc. [Anandalabarl, with R. A'.'s Bengali com- 
mentary.] [1824.] 8°. 

— n5IH-H^^^ I etc. [Another edition.] 

[1862.] 8°. 

See Satatai'a. ■»rf^5t5«rtTr ^^f1^«Tf^ etc. 



[Karmavipiika, with a Bengali translation by R. V.] 
[1865.] 8=. 

Begin. JCSCar^ f^^TFf?t<>lt(:?( ^»*C'<l'? 

<s il<i« <M i:<:i ^{1C4jV(:<)<i w^'\ ^?r5 ?Tr i [A speech 

delivered at the opening of the Iliudu College at 
Calcutta, by R. V. "With an English translation.] 
pp. 16, 13. Calcutta, 1840. 12°. 
Wanting titlc-2)age. 

^tf5ir»fsf 1 ^<tnf*f I etc. [NKidarsana, or 

Lectures on ethics.] Nos. 1-5. ^<JC? "i'^SI 
\_Mirzapur, Calcutta, 1841.] 8°. 

Each lecture ha-i a separate pagination. i\^o«. 1 and 2 are 
published separately, Nos. 3 to 5 together. 

[Ajiother copy of lectures 3-5.] 



Ttir»f ^Jf«tJt^ ^tl^ [Paratnesvarer upiisana vishaye 
dviidasa vyakhyana. Twelve Brahmist discourses.] 
2ud edition, pp. G3. ^^Iw^ ^laV [Calcutta, 
1836.] 8°. 

■^Tf^rf^ [raramc.svarer upasanii vishaye saptadasa 
vyakbyiina. Seventeen Brahmist discourses.] 2nd 
edition, pp. 63. ^iwTSl 'iiaV- [Calcutta, 1836.] 8°. 
Another edition of the preceding, with 5 additional discourses. 

[The 12th of R. V.'s Brahmist discourses.] pp. 7. 
^f^m Via" [Calcutta, 1828.] 8^ 



RAMACHANDRA VIDYAVAGISA. A Vocabu- 
lary of tho Bengalee language, compiled by Ram 
Chondro Sarma. 2nd edition, corrected and greatly 
eulargcil. ?^5t »iy (f »"<tf [Vangabhashabhidhiina.] 
pp. iv. 516. Calcutta, 1820. 12°. 
The pagination is by the number of columns, i.e. 2 to the p:ige. 

RAMADASA SENA. ^Sf^^tfT^-iTT^J I (Aitihiisika 
rahasya, or essay.s on the history, philosophy, arts 
and sciences of ancient India, by Rilm Das Sen.) 
3 pt. ^srrra :»\VW(i [Calcutta, 1874-79.] 12". 

Aitihasika rahasya, . . . Part iii. (-§f3?tfrr^ 



j^l) pp. 233. Calcutta, 1879. 10°. 

RAMADHANA T AR KAPANC H AN A N A 
BH ATT ACHARYA. STO TTol C^T^tNlII 1 1 f^*r5l 
C^W^ f^fWC^ ^C^^ I [Vidhaviivedana nishedhaka. 
Propositions against Hindu widow-marriage, espe- 
cially directed against Isvarachandra Vidyasilgara's 
pamphlet on the same subject. Approved of and 
printed by .order of a Society of Brahmins at 
Bauloah.] Sanslc. and Beii'j. pp. iv. 164. C^T^Tf^HTl 
^XIS [Bauleah, 1807.] 8°. 

RAMAGATI BHATTACHARYA KAVIRATNA. 
See Hanum.\t. JJ^tHtlJ* [Mahaniltaka, with a 
Bengali translation by R. Bh. K.] [1878.] 8°. 

RAMAGATI NYAYARATNA. See Richardson 
(D. L.). History of the old fort of Calcutta, and 
the calamity of the Black Hole. A free translation 
by R. N. [1857.] 12°. 

TtSftclT? sfs^tT I [Bilngillilr itiliilsa. History 

of Bengal to the close of the administration of Lord 
William Bentinck. Begun by R. N., and continued 
by Isvarachandra Vidyiisagara.] 2 pt. '^'jffsT 
<-rg1<^TJ'1 ^5>^») [IIu<jli, Calcutta, 1862.] 12°. 

Ft. I. is of the -ith, and Pt. II. of the \Qth edition. 

History of Bengal . . . From the destruction 

of Hindu kingdoms to the reign of Newab Alivardi 
Khan by R. N., [and continued] (from the accession 
of Serajooddowla to the close of the administration 
of Lord William Bentinck by fswarachandra Yidya- 
sagara.) TT^T^? s Fs^ i n I 2 pt. '^^tfiT 'iSivso 
[Uugli], Calcutta, 1870. 12°. 

Pt. I. is of the 9lh, and Pt. II. of the 2\st edition. 

Nitipatha, or Moral teachings .... ^If3^«f I 



pp. vi. 96. ^^ ^VV^ [Hvgll, 1881.] 12°. 

Outlines of the history of India . . . «|<l4<Ji«<( 



IW^ sf'SsT^ I [Bharatavarsher samasta itihasa.] 
i Fifth edition, pp. iv. 220. '^•iX^ ^^V5> [Hu/jli, 
I 1879.] 12°. 



00 



RAM 



RAMAGATI NYAYARATTf A. Romavattee, a tale 
in Bengali . . . C<ll»lt<14t I (^«rTff^1) pp. ii. 169. 
^51^1^ \_CaIcutta'], 1862. 8^ 

T^lTFt? I [Vastuvichilra. Lessons in natural 



science.] 18th edition, pp. 1-36. s??t#t ^^V-l \_IIugJ'i, 
1881.] 12^ 

RAMAGOPALA TARKALANKAKA. -SwVishnxt- 

sARMAN. ^^T^ ^if% ^11%»rfrgt^«§ . . . frrsT^- 

ZW*\« [The Hitopadesa, with Lakshraluarayana 
Nyayalarikara's translation, edited by R. T.] 

[1863.] 8°. 

RAMAJAYA TARKALANKARA BHATTA- 
CHARYA. vrfTlWlTft ^■^°. irs*i<t^'!i:i?t ^-^z ^JT^- 
TTJ^^S I I [Three treatises on the law of inheritance ; 
the first two in Sanskrit, and the third Vyavasthil- 
saipgraha in Bengali.] i:\'A<-TS\ 'iV^I [Calcutta, 
1827.] 8°. 

RAMAKALI BHATTACHARYA. ^TS^ ^^f^TTf^ I 
[Adhhuta iqmnj'asa. Entertaining tales.] pp. ii. 98. 
^1wf^1 ^S.:>V [Cakafta, 1861.] 8°. 

RAMAKAMALA BHATTACHARYA. See Bxco-S 

(F.), Viscount St. Albans. Bacon's Essays. Selected 
and rendered with sundry adaptations by R. Bh. 
[1861.] 8^ 

A history of England to the death of George 



the Third . . . oV^%J sfsft^ I [Inilander itihilsa.] 
pp. 126. ^^fsrmsi ^Vb% [Calcutta, 1861.] 8°. 

RAMAKAMALA SENA. -^^J( Trr?^??f5- ^STTl 
>It><iTF<[ '?J?^^ S'5'if f^-T^r [Aushadha siirasaingraha. 
A description of various medicines, taken from the 
British Pharmacopoeia.] pp. xi. 95. <-r«1<?ii1 ^^^b 
[Calcutta, 1819.] 12°. 



■JT??i ?1 a 1 [Hitopadesa.] . . . Fables ; [chiefly from 
iEsop, compiled] ... by Ram-Komul Sen, and the 
Serampore Native School Institution. pp. ix. 49. 
Serampore, 1820. 12'. 

RAMAKAMALA VIDYALANKARA. The Pra- 
kritibada, or an Illustrated Dictionary of the Ben- 
gali language, containing all the words in use . . . 
whether Bengali or Sanskrit with their derivations 
and explanations .... Third edition, improved 
and enlarged. ST^f^STflf "SffssTT'T I pp. ii. iii. 1147. 
^jJiO-i Calcutta, [1880.] 8". 



RAMAKAMALA VIDYALANKARA. f%Tf?fiT«!- 

sr-ssT I iii7? -sr^^fr^ ^ iU^\\«- rsiT^Fir i [Vi- 

dagdha mukhamandana. Riddles and conundrums 
in Sanskrit. Compiled, and with a translation in 
Bengali verse, by R. V.] pp. 37. •tT^'tfAl 'i^5»5» 
[Calcutta, 1859.] 12^ 

RAMAKINKARA SIROMANI. .SV^' Krishna- 

MisRA. fiii!i?i?g I . . . >5r^irf^ *)t*4-g(:<t"i*j,fl I 

[Atmatattvakaumvidl, being a paraphrase by R. S. 
and others of the Prabodhachandrodaya.] [1822.] 8^ 



[1862.] 12=^ 



•)|(j<p I [Another edition.] 



RAMAKRISHNA. See P., G. i(V^ i [Dharma- 
glta. Sacred songs by G. P. and R.] 1843. 12'. 

RAMAKRISHNA BHATTACHARYA. TrrsC^nnr? 
W\Z'^ srfWcrtrrTrfsf l [Satgenyer kachhe milmdjbaji. 
The pretended exorcist, or the punishment of 
hypocrisy. A tale.] pp. 23. ^rTTPSl 'iSs'i:* 
[Calcutta, 1862.] 12°. 

RAMAKRISHNA KAVIRAJA. See Bible.— Ap- 
pendix. sr^<y7^^ Tlt^^'K-Tit* . . . Companion to 
the Bible. [Translated by R. K.] 1846. 8°. 

RAMAKRISHNA SENA. ■a^-CT^fJl ^<tN^ I 
[Vriddha vesya tapasvini, or The old prostitute 
turned devotee. A tale in verse.] 2nd edition, 
pp. 16. ^fsm^ ^<iV-(i [Calcutta, 1863.] 12°. 

RAMAKUMARA BHATTACHARYA. See Uda- 

sTna SATYAsR.iv.\, pseud, etc. 

RAMALALA MITRA. •■'^^ F^A g fa ^jvi I ^SfR 
■*r^^?^? ^tf^lJTsf I [Sulalita itihilsa. The story of 
Sakuntalii, ada^^ted from Kiilidiisa's drama.] pp. 59. 
^IwTal ^!!.^' [Calcutta, 1853.] 12°. 

RAMALALA MUKHOPADHYAYA. <Tf^^ IfiR I 
etc. [Piishandadalana. An account of the life of Chai- 
tanj^a, the Vaishnava reformer, and of the corrupt 
practices of the present followers of that religion.] 
pp. ii. 127. ^^f^TTSl ^^b^j [Calcutta, 1862.] 8°. 

RAMALOCHANA DASA. Sec ViRAyAS.—Bra/nna- 

vaimrtapurana. §l®4«(ic<l<l e<JC?Tl I etc. [The 
Brahmavaivartapurana, translated into Bengali verse 

by R. D.] [1879.] ' 8°. 

RAMALOCHANA GHOSHA. Sec SrTxatha De. 

Begin. <t?^ <y:5Rlii ®jr5 ^Tfsnrrrr ^^nf sT^T*nr sr^T- 

■"fCtr^ I . . . [Three speeches made by H. Pratt and 
R. Gh. for the purpose of establishing a public library 
and reading room at Krishnagar.] [1856.] 8°. 



91 



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EAMAMOHANA HAYA. See Brahmadharma. 
v^l^hJf^S I [Biiihmadharnia, trauslatcd from the 
Sanskrit in accordance with R. R.'s gloss.] 
[1859.] 16°. 

- — Tf^W I ci<: [Part I. of R. R.'s Bruhma- 
dlianiiu with commentary in Sanskrit and 
Bengali.] [1861.] 8^ 

[Life.'] See Nagendranatha Chattop.!- 

[Milhiitma RiTjii RiTmaniohana Riiyer jivaiiacharita, 
etc.} [1881.] 8°. 

See Xandakimara Kaviratxa Buatta- 

ciiARYA. r<<IItT st^t'l?' I [Yivadabhaiigilrnava. A 
defence of the Hindu religion, written in refutation 
of Raja R. R.'s RathyaiM-adana.] [1847.] 8°. 

See Nandamohana CiiATTorADiiYAYA. Some 



anecdotes from the life of Raja Ram Mohun Roy, 
etc. [1881.] 12°. 

See TJpAMsiiADS. Begut. >\\VC<i(.'^4 ^S^RTf? 



^<*lfiraZW? "^W f^^l efe. [The Talavakara Upani- 
shad, with a Bengali commentary by R. R.] 
[1816.] 8°. 

— — Br f/ ill. S'lUX^ C^VfTJt^ "SW^J^ "^T?) ^ 
■^rss <-r<ltlU^«< c/c. [The YajurYcdlya Upaiii- 
shad, with a Bengali commentary by R. R.] 
[1816.] 8^ 

[Zj/c] See Yadavachandra ChakravartT. 



Life of Rajah Ram Mohun Roy, etc. [1859.] 12°. 
An Apology for the pursuit of final beatitude. 



independently of Brahmunical observances. By 
Rammohun Roy. pp. 3, 4. Saiisk. and Beng. 
Calcutta, 1820. 8°. 
By mistake the date of imprint is 1280 instead of 1820. 



?n? f i"^ [pp. 1-23] 5rr^(:^«>ff'j«cw<i »rinr<i'3<ic«i? 
grtj<M<i f'W [pp. 24—44] wsisn ?t5ri <rpn:5rr?7r 
?T!:?? ■s^Ffrjn? ^^rf?^ f?Frc?? ^'W [pp. 45-91.] 

[Churnaka, or arguments from the Upanishads and 
other Hindu works against idolatry.] pp. 91. 
^Calcutta? 1845?] 12^ 

No title-page. 

?Tlil«i!^ [Gltiivali, a collection of songs on 



philosophical and moral topics by R. R. and others. 
New edition.] pp. 28. ^Calcutta, 1846 ?] 8°. 
Without title-page. 



BAM AM OH AN A RAYA. Grammar of the Bengali 
language. C^flTt? <rJT^«l 4i»1«l frafrs l [Gaudiya 
ryiikarana.] pp. ii. 97. Cahutta, 1833. 8°. 

2nd edition, pp. ii. 97. Calcutta, 1839. 8°. 



*f«rj.£nrf^ I [Pathyapradiina.] . . . Medicine 

for the sick offered b}' one who laments his inabilitj^ 
to perform all righteousness. [A controversy on 
the Hindu religion with Nandaliila Thakura, the 
author of the Pilshandapldana.] pp. vii. 261. 
Calcutta, 1823. 8°. 



r^C4f*TOt*f I [Yisupranlta hitopado.sa.J The Precepts 
of Jesus the guide to peace and happiness ; compiled 
by the late Rajah R. R. from the four Go.spels. 
Translated into Bengali, and annotated by Rakhal 
Das Haldar. pp. ii. 175. Calcutta, 1859. 8°. 

RAMANARAYANA MITRA. Neetishikha, [or 
Moral precepts exemplified by historical anecdotes] 
... by Ramnaraun Mitter. #tf^f*r^ I pp. 127, ii. 
Calcutta, 1857. 12°. 

RAMANARAYANA TARKARATNA. See Har- 
shadeva. <rat5^1' 'H^ I [Ratnavall, translated by 
R. T.] [1857.] 12°. 

— — 2nd edition. [1861.] 12°. 

— — 3rd edition. [1868.] 8°. 

— — Ratnavali : . . . . translated [into English] 
from the Bengali [translation by R. T.], etc. 
1858. 8°. 

TJ^irt^ 1 >£|^HH I [ChakshudJina, Sight to the 



blind, or The faithless husband reformed. A farce.] 
pp. 26. <U<-\1 \ ^^Ib ICakutta, 1869.] 12°. 
Published for private circulation. 

^^t^^^TTfT^ 1 [Kullnakulasarvasva. A drama 



in six acts, on the evils of Kulin marriage customs.] 
3rd edition, pp. ii. ii. 119. ^ffft^TSI ^Js^H [Calcutta, 
I860.] 12°. 

5th edition, pp. 138. ^fcW-Til ^^Ob [Calcutta, 



1879.] 12°. 

■tr^'tl T^Tl etc. [Prakasya vaktrita. In- 
augural address delivered at the opening of the 
Hindu Metropolitan College in 1853, recommending 
the study of the Bengali language as a means for 
spreading knowledge and instruction more widely 
among the people.] pp.20. ^FfwTSI ^^b" [Ca/c«««, 
1853.] 8°. 



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EAMANAEAYANA TARKAEATNA. •§-»? 7^ I 
[Ubhaya sarikata. A farce on the evils of poly- 
gamy.]" pp.27. ^fwra^^'i5»[C«/c((i'/ff, 1869.] 12°. 

RAMANAEAYANA VIDYARATNA. See Gopala 
BiiATTA. 5^r<t »rs»r<5T'r5T8 [naribhaktlvilasa, trans- 
lated by E. v.] [1882, etc.] 8°. 

See Madhusudana SarasvatT. >£|*(I«)d«tt 



etc. [Prasthanabheda, with a Bengali translation by 
E. v.] [1856.] 8= 

See Puraxas. — Bhagavatapurdna. '«Tfl<«-s^- 



C^Tfif^ etc. [The Bhilgavatapurana, with a Bengali 
paraphrase by E. V.] [1871.] '8°. 

See PuRANAS. — Padmaptirann. ^^a'sf^^rrf't? I 



^W'Jn'tW [Edited with a Bengali translation by 
E. v.] [1876, efc] 8°. 

See E.Idhamohaxa Tiiakura. *fwt>l4 xy Jq i 



[Padamrita samudra. Ee\-ised and edited by E. Y.] 
[1878.] " 8°. 

tT^?^5fW5fTff*W [Vaishnavadharma-praka- 

sika. A series of works intended to illustrate Vaish- 
nava tenets, edited and translated from Sanskrit 
into Bengali hj E. V.] Pt. 1-17. Sand: and Bene/. 
■gf^UrUTk 'i^VI [Murshidabad, 1881.] 8°. 

RAMANATHA SARASVATI. Aryan biography, 

or the lives of a few ancient Aryan heroes .... 

^tr--^t?^[AryajivanI.] Pt.I. Ca/c«^/ff,1881. 12°. 

In progrets. 

RAMANATHA VIDYARATNA. ^rfw^fe I 

[Sandhivritti. Elementary lessons in Bengali gram- 
mar.] pp. 19. a^^ ^^va \_SyIhef, 1879.] 12'. 

RAMANIDHI GUPTA. See Valaichaxda 

GosvAMi. "H^ii Tf?^?^ I [Saiiglta siirasamgraha. 
A collection of songs from the writings of E. G. and 
others.] [1880.] 12°. 

5fl4)<l3 5r^? I [Gitaratna grantha. The 



poetical works of E.G., with an introductorj' sketch 
of his life and writings by Jayagopiila Gupta.] 3rd 
edition, pp. ii. xx. 148. ^lir^tSl 'i^'ia {Calcutta, 

1868.] 8°. 

RAMAPADA BHATTACHARYA. <- | (:td<l f% ^^giTl 
flfis I [Kaler ki kutila gati, or How crooked is the 
course of time. A sketch of low life amongst 
Hindus.] pp. 8. ^fim^l :>5iV!. [Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 

RAMAPATI VANDYOPADHYAYA. ?:cT7r^t^- 
W^ I [Mulasangltadarsa. Vaishnava songs.] pp. 
ii. 127. ^fsmTI ^^V [Calcutta, 1863.] 12°. 



RAMAPRASADA RAYA. See Eajakumara Sar- 
vadhikarT. A brief survey of the English consti- 
tion revised by E. E. ' 1862. 12^. 

RAMARAMA VASIT. The history of Eaja Prita- 
paditj-u, b)' Ram Earn Boshoo .... (?T5rl i*fTf*1 tHt *J 
t>r<i>ii) [Eajii Pratilpilditya charitra.] pp. 1-56. 
Serampore, 1802. 8°. 

f^f^ TfiTl ^C^^ I [Lipimala. A Bengali 



letter writer.] pp. 255. Sl'^T^^ "iV-'K [Serampur, 

1802.] 8^ 

RAMARATNA BHATTACHARYA. See PcranA'^. 

Bhagavatapurilna. — BhaijaratUfitu. ar*l<*'!<i'r *1^ k*f 
SlSl'S^^rfSTf^TirJ etc. [Bhagavatlgltil, with a Bengali 
translation by E. Bh.] [1821.] 8^ 

a^?rT5tsft31 [Another edition.] [1879.] 12". 

RAMASADAYA BHATTACHARYA. A tale 

from the Bikramorbashee, [i.e. the YikramorvasI of 
Kalidiisa,] by Eamsadaya Bhattacharjea. fe^^STT- 
f^ 1 pp. ii. 115. Calcutta, 1859. 8°. 

RAMASARVASVA BHATTACHARYA. 'Srrwf- 
C^T? sr^Tl I «T#t5rf?TT ^TSpr?! ^?ri«.7R l [Asmilner 
naksil, or The celestial chart. A caricature on the 
practices of Hindus at the celebration of the Durgil- 
puja festival in country places.] pp. 12. <-fsl<-Ii1 
^^la [Calcutta, 1868.] 8°. 

RAMASUNDARA RAYA. "^W ftiTHr? I [Strl- 
dharma vidhiiyaka. On the domestic duties of 
women.] pp. ii. 32. ^fwfTl ^Wr'i [Calcutta, 
1859.] 12°, 

RAMASUNDARA VIDYALANKARA. See Krish- 
xauasa Kavikaja. C?(Wf8fr?Tfel I [Slokartha- 
bodhika. Sanskrit verses translated by Mukunda- 
narayana Deva, assisted by E. V.] [1870.] 8^ 

RAMATANU GUPTA. -^-Pf^ I . . . . STTirrf^St 

%<TCifT?T? "srf^ <irr^^i .... f*r^5t!:«J .... ^^^ i 

[Strlsikshii. An instructive reading book for girls.] 
pp. 20. 4?r^<-lA | ^5^5.1r- [Calcutta, 1861.] 12^ 

RAMATARANA SANYALA. See Atulakrishka 
MiTRA. ^«3r? - <t-t*l«I etc. [Apsarakanana. A 
drama by Atulakrishna Mitra, assisted by R. S.] 
[1880.] 12°. 

RAMAZAN ALLAH. ^Vf^^ft I [Bhiinuvati. A 
romance in Muhammadan Bengali verse.] jip. 26. 
^cT^tn W\rV- [Calcutta, 1882.] 8°. 



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RAMAZAN 'ALi. c1t^<lft^ TTlTf e»t»l|«1 I [Lalbaim 
ShiTh Jainill. A romance in iluliamniadan Bengali 
verse.] pp.92. ^fwTJl ^^V5, [rff/n(^/a, 1880.] 8". 

RAM CHUNDER SURMONA. See Ramachandka 
A'll)YA\ .\g7sa. 

RAMESACHANDRA DATTA. -^t^W^STstS I [Jl- 
vanuprabliiita, or The dawn of life. A historical 
novel of tlie time of Aurungzeb.] 2nd edition, pj). 
198. ^^^ -iK-b-i [Calcutta, 1878.] 8°. 

[iVnother copy.] 



«l«i«i-'5TOT| I cfr. [JlvanasandbyiT, or The 

evening of life. A historical romance of the time of 
Jehangir.] 2nd edition, pp. 143. <tr«1<t-t4l 'i^VV- 
[Caktiffa, 1881.] 8=. 

[Another copy.] 



The literature of Bengal, being an attempt to 

trace the progress of the national mind in its various 
aspects, as reflected in the nation's literature from 
the earliest times to the present day ; with copious 
extracts from the best writers by Ar Cy Dae. [R. 
C. D., i.e. Ramesachandra Datta.] pp. ii. xxii. 210. 
Calcutta, 1877. ' 12°. 

STTsfft^rSpl I [Mildhavlkankana. A story of 



Bengal during the time of the Emperor Shah Jahiin.] 
Second edition, pp. 131. <t-N^T4l :»^V'i [Ciikuffa, 
1880.] 8\ 



-"rs^ I . . . . "Ts^Uzzi-^," "is l<»im»J i," 

"srrsfftr^q," "Wt^^srsTS" l [Satavarsha, or The 
Century. Four novels by R. D. on the rise and 
decline of the Mogul power a.d. 1580 to 1680, viz. 
Vangavijeta, Jlvanasandhyii, Miidhavikahkana, and 
Jivanaprabhata.] ^fwm ^^V5»[r'rt/™//^,1879.] 12°. 
£ach talc has a separate pagination. 



Second edition. ^FfsTTtlTI :)^W [Calcutta, 



1881.] 8°. 



<5rr<cei-j1 [Yangavijeti?. An historical novel 

on the conquest of Bengal by Akbar.] pp. 326. 
<-U^\M ^\y>r^ [Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

3rd edition, pp. 218. *r=«-l4l 'i^VI [Calcutta, 



1881.] 8^ 

RAMESACHANDRA MUKHOPADHYAYA. 

f^T3 Uz^m I [Chittavinoda. A tale founded on 
G. Lillo's tragedy, the " Fatal Curiosity."] pp. 53. 
•t-r^K-lil ^^5i8 [Calcutta, 1857.] 12^ 



RAMESVARA BHATTACHARYA. See ChandT- 
DASA. ^^lirrJT ^ nwT^sT I [Followed by the 
Riimesvarl Satyaniiriivana, a poem by R. Bh.] 

[1880."] 8^ 

RAMESVARA SENA. %5rf^»»r ^SJ\H I ■^ tm <l l«l>1- 
^R' I [LTnavimsapurana, or The nineteenth puriina. 
A poem representing the claims of England, France, 
and Russia for the sovereignty of India, as St. 
George, St. Denis and St. Nicolas, suitors for the 
hand of a Hindu widow.] pp. ii. 54. '^?f«Tt 'i^'i^* 
[llugli, 186!).] 8°. 

RAMESVARA VANDYOPADHYAYA. SsHi'f-l- 
■^[^ I [Jfiilnakaumudl. Specimens of letter-writing, 
and documents, official and commercial.] pp. xii. 132. 
^iwrrl ■i'iVV [Calcutta, 1866.] 12°. 



[Another edition.] pp. iv. 

-iWrd [Calcutta, 1878.] 8°. 



130. ^f^T^TTl 



[Another edition.] pp. xii. 132. <t-r=if|4l 

^5lVi [Cakutta, 1880.] 12". 

RAMGATI NYAYARUTNA. Sec R.\mac;ati 
Nyayaratna. 

RAM-KOMUL SEN. See Ramakamala Sena. 



RAMMOHUN ROY. See Ramamoh.\na R.Iya. 

RAMNARAUN MITTER. See R.Imaxarayaxa 
MiriiA. 

RANAJITA SIMHA, Maharaja of the Panjnb. 

[Life^ See Brahmamoiiana Mallika. <[<ffsr5 

^sC?? ^t^^ <i^H [Ranajita Simher jlvana- 
vritt5uta.] [1862.] 12". 

RANGALALA MUKHOPADHYAYA. \\i.ViX^ 
■stT*! I etc. [Haridiisa Siidhu. An account of the 
SannyasI Haridasa remaining buried in the earth 
for forty days, in presence of Ranajita Simha of 
Lahore and his Court, in the year a.d. 1834.] pp. 32. 
^U^ \ i> \ W-o' [Calcutta, 1883.] 8°. 

RANGALALA VANDYOPADHYAYA. See 
Academies, etc. — Calcutta. — Calcutta University. 
Selections from subjects of examination in the 
Bengali language .... (Contents .... On the im- 
portance of physical education by Baboo Rungolaul 
Banerjea.) 1862. 8°. 

See Long (J.) Ret. Proverbs of Europe and 

Asia, translated into the Bengali language [by R. 
v.] 1869. 12". 



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RANGALALA VANDYOPADHYAYA. -^^cTl 
<tr<141 r<!tlV* ^r^M I [Baiigilla kavita vishayaka 
piavaiidba. An essay on Bengali poetry, as com- 
pared with English.] pp. 51. f«d¥?<5nf ^^<l*> 
[KiMerjMir, Calcutta, 1851.] 12°. 

Karmadeyi, or the Rajput wife. [A legend 

of Marwar, in verse.] <t'il'sit<l I iHSt'^l'Jt?' 'TSt- 
r<d-'Utl<I Ff?3f I pp. viii. 111. Calcutta, ISQ2. 12". 

Kanchi Kaveri, or The cajitive Princess 



^?P^<:TC<^ I etc. [A legend of Orissa in verse.] 
pp. ix. 155. ^f^TTTSl •iVIfc [Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 

Padmini, a tale of Rajasthan [in verse.] 



nfWt ^Tf^DtV I jfSi^lJtlT ^"STrT f!^C*X^ I Second 
edition, pp. xvi. 110. ^f^T^TTt ^^1^ {Calcutta, 
1865.] 12=. 

Sura-simdari, or The fair heroine. [An ac- 



count in verse of the taking of Udaipur by Akbar, 
and of the heroic conduct of one of the Rajput 
princesses.] ^<1V,*H^ I <rfSi^l4tTr ^<l<tc11 fT??""n:^ 
^f^ I pp. ixTse. Calcutta, \%(S%. 12". 

EANJIT SINGH. Sec Raxajita Simha. 

EASAMANI, Rani. {L\fci] Sec IlF.MArnAXDRA 
Yandyopadiiyaya. ■jT'ft ^T^tTi? #t^if ^f?T I [Riiiil 
Riisamanir jivanacharita.] [1879.] 8°. 

BASAVIHARI DATTA. {Memoir.'] See Baxkavi- 
H.iRiSARMA. fSfWct^l [Slokalaharl.] [1877.] 12°. 

RASAVIHARI MUKHOPADHYAYA. Slirgs jlt- 

>ir<j^ir<i ■gT4rr«Tf5iJt(:5j<) "rt?f^s( #t"3:^^^gT^ i [Sri- 

jmkta Rasavihiiri Mukhoj)adhyayer samkshipta jlva- 
navrittanta. An account of the elforts made by the 
author to bring about a reform in the matter of 
Kulin Brahmin marriage customs.] 2nd edition, pp. 
158. Calcutta, 1881. 12°. 

RASAVIHARI SILA. .*r»riT^t«f f^T^^ ^t^Tf«^ 
[Prabhiisatlrtha milaua. A drama on an episode in 
the history of Krishna.] pp. G7. <tr«1<-1 41 ^^ViS) 
{Calcutta, 1879.] 8". 

^-S^Tf^T*^ srfW I [Uttariiviliipa niitaka, or 

The lament of Uttara. A drama on the wars 
between the Panda vas and Kauravas.] pp. 120. 
<t-rg1<- l A l -i^Vi. {Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 

RASIKACHANDRA RAYA. See TJPENDRACHANBRA 
MiTRA. ■^t3^-^5T?1 Tf^ [Jivanatara nataka. A 
drama adapted from R. R.'s poem " Jlvanatiira."] 
[1881.] 12=. 



RASIKACHANDRA RAYA. ^«. ^^ ^f^TSf^- 
bPajft I [llaribhaktichandrika. A poem on the life 
of Krishna, composed by R. R. from various sources.] 
2nd edition, pp. iv. 240. ^fsl*!*! 'i^b-5» {Calcutta, 
1880.] 8°. 

»)i:«ltl?t<*1 ^5frT?f^«lt I [Manodlksha sudhilta- 

rahginl. Legendary poems.] pp. v. 197. <tr«t<tl41 
^■ivo [Calcutta, 1861.] 12°. 

RASIKA CHUDAMANI. TC5] ^r^VC?? -sr^ I 
[Buro bakesvaror galpu, or The old gossip's story. 
A humorous sketch of modern Hindu life.] pp. ii. 150. 
^f^T^TTl v^-i:* {Calcutta, 1869.] 8°. 

RASIKALALA CHANDRA. TTf^Ir^ ^Tf^ I 
[Vagdinir palii. A poem on the story of Siva and 
his consort Durgii, in her assumed character as the 
nj-mph Viigdinl.] pp.94. ^F^K-lil ^5(.5»?» {Calcutta, 
1859.] 12^^. 

RASIKALALA DATTA. Wf^^-^JT^ I [Vrinda- 
vana drisyavali. A dramatic composition in verse, 
on the loves of Radhii and Krishna.] jjp. 214. 
< ^rs1<- t A l :»!tt-5> {Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

RATNAMALA. ?"a"5rf5t1l [Ratnamiila. Moral verses 
for children.] pp. 19. ^[wf^ :>Si!i.'i {Calcutta, 
1864.] 16°. 

[Another copy.] 



RAVINDRANATHA THAKURA. ^Str^F? I 

[Bhagnahridaya, or The broken heart. Love poems.] 
pp. ii. 196. <-r^<M i l ^V'O [Calcutta, 1881.] 8°. 

<p^ilt>^ [Rudrachanda. A drama in blank 



verse.] pp. 53. ^IwTSI ^b-'O [Calcutta, 1881.] 8° 

'^J?T'f-^£mTTt? *T5 I [Yuropapravaslr patra. 

Letters on English manners and customs, written 
during the author's stay in England.] pj). ii. 256. 
^fwrsl •ivo {Calcutta, 1881.] 12". 

RAYA HARACHANDRA GHOSHA. Sec HaRa- 

CHANDR.\ GliOSUA. 

RAYA SEKHARA. See Arcxodaya Ghosha. 
§lSl^lT<:=^-i<t'-2r^8 I etc. [Padakalpataru. A collec- 
tion of poems from the works of R. S. and others.] 

[186G.] obi. 8°. 

RAY GOBINDA MOHUN BIDDYABINOD. See 

GOVIXDAMOJIAXA RaYA VlDYA VIXODA. 

REICHARDT (T.) licr. ?t*f<P I I *1ft^r<HV<^ 
'SJTW^ 1 I [Dipaka, or The lamp. A Christian 
catechism.] pp.84. [Calcutta, 1838?] 12°. 
Imperfect; wanting all after p. 84. 



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REID ("William) Hef., of Stirling. The Blood of 
Jesus. ^^<[ TT^ I [Ylsur rakta. Translated from 
the English of W. R.] pp. v. 202. Calcutta, 
1880. 16^. 

REMFRY (Henry Oliver). Substance of Mr. 
IIonr\- llemfry's notes on the nature and use of the 
Indian bael in diarrhoea, consumption, etc. In 
Bengalee, by Sham Loll Mitter. fsrjCTTSlf^ UlC^^ 
^T r<J«^f<lUV* -snnr? sr^^ l [Vilva vishayaka 
grantha.] pp. ID. Beiiy. and Engl. <fr«i<?|al 
{Calcutta, ISm?] 16°. 

REYNOLDS (Geouoe "Wu.ll^.m MacAuthur). 
cT'9»J<i^>IJ [Landanrahasya. Selections from G. W. 
M. R.'s " Mysteries of London," transhitcd by ITari- 
charana Raya.] pp. iii. 107. •g^^HlHTfJt 'i^'iV 
\_Murshidabad, 1871.] 8°. 

RICHARDSON (David Lester). History of the 
old fort of Calcutta, and the calamity of the Black 
Hole. A free translation [from the English of 
D. L. R.] by Ranigati Xyayarutna .... ^^WTst? 
isrrft^ -^ JfZ^ ~&l*»*^ ^*Jt<I sfs^T^^ I [Kalikatiir 
prjichlna durga.] pj). 93. ^f^lTTSl 'iJa'iS {Calcutta, 
1857.] 12^. 

RICHMOND (Legii). The Dairj-man's Daughter. 
tf%r*m srrft Jfff^^ ^T5t? ^^gf? [IHsebil. 
Translated from the English of L. R.] pj). vi. 98. 
Calcutta, 1856. 12°. 

The Xegro Servant. ^Tfelr1i>i<l '^et rs [Kilphri 

djiscr vrittilnta. Translated from the English of 
L. R.] pp. 33. Calcutta, 1851. 8°. 

RISHICESH SHASTRI. &e Hrisiiikesa Bhatt.I- 
ch-Irya. 

RITUMALA. -Sfi^sifill I [Ritumilla. A description 
of the seasons in verse.] pp. 12. <:-r^<ftal 'i^'JS 
{Calcutta, 1867.] 12°. 

ROBINSON (JoHs), Bengali fraiislafor to Government. 
See De Foe (D.) jrf^"»H ^Z^^ ^t^^fS I 
[Riibinsan Krusor jlvanacharita. The Adventures of 
Robinson Crusoe, translated by J. R.] 1860. 12°. 

MTt? <rn:^ ^Jf^n ftrjrq l [Gangar khaler 



sarakshepa vivarana. An account of the Ganges 
Canal, translated by J. R.] pp. 19. Sl^Tsf^C? 
{Seramjjur, 1854 ?] 4°. 

An account of the Ganges Canal, translated 

into Bengali by .... J. R., etc. pp. 44. Calcutta, 
1855. 12^ 

One of (he "Bengali Family Library" Series. 



ROEER (Hans Heinrich Eduard). See Lamb 
(C), the Essayist. Lamb's Tales from Shakespeare, 
translated ... by E. Roer, etc. 1853. 12". 

ROER (Edward). See Roeer (H. II. E.) 

ROLLIN (Charles). SeeKRisHNAMOHANAVANDYO- 
i'adhyaya. The history of ancient Egypt from 
RolHn, etc. 1847. 12^ 

ROSCOE (Henry Exfiet.d). See Rajakrisiinv 
Rava ChaudiurT. TrfF:if <lHtV^-f»r^ I [Rasiiyana 
sikshil] . . . Chemistry in Bengali . . . [founded on 
H. E. R.'s Chemistry Primer.] 1877. 12°. 

ROUSE (G. h.) ^\^ f*\w\ r<iiv* ^ncim 

srtf^t I [Khrlshtlya upudosa.] Plain sermons on 
Christian doctrine. pp. viii. 1J6. Calcutta, 
1881. 8°. 

ROWE (Nicholas), ^d itf^l^ sR^tf^ ^rfW I 
[AnutiipinI navakilminl nataka. " The Fair I'cni- 
tent," a tragcd)' in six act.s, freely translated into 
Bengali prose by Syamiicharana Dilsa Datta.] pp. 124. 
^fwTsl ^!^^o {Calcutta, 1856.] 12^ 



RUNGOLAUL BANERJEA. 
VANDYOl'ADin A YA. 



See Rangalala 



SACHCHIDANANDA PREMALANKARA. See 

P.\.RAM.TNANnA BlIKAMARAVARA. S|§|iJC'*4»U ^tVi I 

etc. [The Chaitanvaglta. Edited with notes, and a 
sketchofthelifeofChaitanya.byS.P.] [1868.] 12°. 

SADANANDA YOGINDRA, Disciple of Adraitd- 
nanda. f^T¥^? I . . . Sinm^f-tf+^s I etc. [The 
Vediintasiira, and Ilastamalakam, treatises on Vedanta 
philosophy. Sanskrit text and commentaries, and a 
Bengali translation of the text only by Anaiida- 
chandra VedantaviigTsa.] pp. ii. 260. ^fsT^TTI 'ilV^ 
{Calcutta, 1860.] 8=. 

SADDY SHERAZEE. Sec Sa'dT. 

SA'Df. <Tt(SrW I [Pandnilmah of S., translated into 
Bengali verse by Muhammad Akmal.] pp. 28, iii. 
.^r«:1.^ t j, l \\<i' {Calcutta, 1863.] 12°. 

Rules for conduct in life on various subjects, 



translated from the Persian " Goolestan," an eminent 
work of Saddy Sherazee, into the Bengallee idiom. 
By A. d'Silva. (iT?yt4l UiUH Uf^V. Uw^- 

ftfs 'T^^ ^rrfw fwrf^ "^ U-onrs nf<inj»r«i<i 

^5T etc. [Dehayatra nirviihartha niti.] pp. 40. 
Calcutta, 1852. 12°. 



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SADIK 'ALI. ^Uxl Tft I [Hiilat al-NabI, or 
The life of the Prophet. In Muhammadan Bengali, 
and printed in the Kaithl-Xagrl character.] pp. 297. 
^f^rrra ^^V5. [CakKila, 1879.] 8^ 

SAILABALA. ^*t5l<)t^| I [Sailabiila. A romance.] 
pp. 178, iv. <-M<-fTl ^^W [Calcutta, 1881.] 8°. 

SALIGNAC DE LA MOTHE FENELON 

(Fran^'ois) ArchbUhop of Camhrai/. Adventures of 
Telemachus translated into Bengali by Rajkrishna 
Banerjca. First six books. Fourth edition. 
c '5r^d^%>1 I pp. ii. 93, 90. Calcutta, 1862. 8°. 
In two parts, each containing three looks. 



Eighth edition, pp. 174. Calcutta, 1868. 8^ 
Twelfth edition, pp. 143. Calcutta, 1881. 8°. 



SALIM AL-DIN. ^otrft ft?5T^ I [Trishnavatl 
Biraguru. A tale in Muhammadan Bengali verse.] 
pp. 248. ^fwTsI ^^V^ ICakutta, 1881.] 8°. 

SAMASYADARPANA. •yWTDlTf'l^l I [Samasya- 
darpana. A collection of conundrums in verse, 
from the Sanskrit.] pp.32. <t-rs1<*1 41 'i'i W [Calcutta, 
1866.] 12°. 

SAMBANDHASAMADHI. >l^-8fa TTSTrfsf irfW^ 1 
[Sambandhasamiidhi niitaka. A drama in 7 acts, 
on the evils of Kulin Brahmin customs.] pp. 80. 
Calcutta, 1867. 8^ 

SAMBHUCHANDRA MUKHOPADH YAYA, 

Minister Associate. See Tipperah, Native State of. 
Independent Tipperah Law Reports. [Judgment 
passed by S. M., on the 13th October, 1879, in a 
criminal case.] [1880.] 12^ 

SAMIR AL-DIN. C^TTlT?^ ^Tfrspf^ [Bediir 
al-ghittilin. A treatise in verse on the princij)les of 
Muhammadan social and religious law.] pp. 96. 
<-rcl<-f4l -i^V?. IHarihara Press : Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 

[Another edition.] pp. 70. ^IwTSl 'i^Vi) 



[ Vidydratna Press : Calcutta, 1879.] 4° 

[Another edition.] pp. 104. ^fwTSI ^^b-?> 



ISiddlHii/ah Press : Calcutta, 1880.] 8° 

SAMUDRIKA. iTTTftg^ sifir^ ^f^S [Silmudrika. 
A treatise on fortune telling. Sanskrit text and 
Bengali paraphrase.] pp. 36. <-rgi<. l A ] 'i^a^ 
[Calcutta, 1800.] 8". 



SANATANA CHAKRAVARTI. See PuRAXAS. — 
Bhiin-avatapurana. — EkHdasashandha. SlsPST"?! <i al *J 
ii|Tr?*r "^^t etc. [The 11th Skandha of the Bha- 
gavatapuriina, with a Bengali translation by S. Ch.] 
[1858.] 8°. 

SANATANA DASA. Gonit-ganankure [i.e. Ganita- 
jilanahkura], or Arithmetic ia Bengali by Shunatun 
Dass. 5ff«i"5-S3H1*^.<l 1 etc. pp. iii. 204. ^r=t<fl4l 
^^V5. [Calcutta, 18*79.] 12°. 

SANATANA GOSVAMI. .See Aruxodaya Ghosiia. 
g;ig|9 )^<^c» f A<l» ?r^8 I etc. [Padakalpataru. A collec- 
tion of poems from the works of S. G. and others.] 
[1866.] oil. 8=. 

fi|5r^''r?it^S I etc. [Bhagavatamrita. A 



collection of Yaishnava poems by S. G., translated, 
with occasional Sanskrit stanzas, by Jayagovinda 
Raya Chaudhur!.] pp. vi. 405. ^U^\i>\ -iVi 
[Calcutta, 1854.] 8°. 



#t^T?rfes . . . 7f???tf^ I [Gltavall, an accoimt of the 
sports of Krishna. Sanskrit verses by S. G., with 
a Bengali translation by Brahmananda Chattopa- 
dhyaya.] pp. 48. *r«1*I^6l ^^^^^ [Calcutta, 
1859'] 12°. 

SANGITARATNAVALI. VltTli <laT<J^ I ^T^Tf^ 
SiZ° ■STtir ?^ »^ ^|il ^7t51^^ I [Sangltaratniivall. 
A collection of moral poems.] pp. ii. 43. ^-Hn-^lil 
^fcVl [Calcutta, I860.] 12°. 

SANKARA ACHARYA. SeeB.\D.UlATAXA. C<tI -JS- 
\r^'i etc. [Yedautadarsana, with S. A.'s com- 
mentary, translated into Bengali.] [1862.] 8^ 

^srrrsrf^UI [Adhyiitmavidya, i.e. the Atmii- 



natma vivoka, ascribed to S. A., and the Atmabodha 
of S. A. Edited with a Bengali paraphrase of the 
former, by Chandrakanta Tandyopadhyilya.] pp. 43. 
■ 4^<|i| <a^ -i^Vi [B'.rhampur, 1881.] 12°. 

The Annund Xahoorry [i.e. Anandalaharl] 

Simgker Aucherjeer kirto . . . »f<g<lIbT€j ^ ^TR'^ 
sr?-ft ■^fsf^TT? [Sanskrit text, with a Bengali 
translation in verse by Riimachandra Yidyalaukara.] 
pp. 62. Calcutta, [1823.] 4°. 

f*Rl^-4Z<l iii-»r^?T^'^ [sic'] fsrsf^in ^H'Hfl?,^^ 



etc. [Anandalahari, with RamachandraVidy alankiira's 
Bengali commentary.] pp. 102. ^fir^HSl ^^O'i 
[Calcutta, 1824.] 4°. 

^tW-H^ri^H I etc. [Another edition.] pp. 94. 



^^■^rs\ W^i) [Calcutta, 1862.] 8 



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SANKAEA ACHAHYA. ■^«1(:<lt'*t'4. sf^§ <•(''■ 
[Aparokshanubbnti, a treatise on Vedanta pbilo- 
sopby. Sanskrit text with Kedilresvara Yandyopii- 
dbyjlya's Bengali paraphrase] pp. ii. 01, 2. "ffeiftal 
^^"18 '\_Caleutta, 1867.] 8^ 

*)l-4)i<lts( 1 1 etc. [Atmabodha. Sanskrit text, 



with a Bengali commentary by Narayana Chattariija 
Gunanidhi.] 2nd edition, pp. 43. Sil?T5r^ ^'iV 
[Serampitr, 18-38.] 8". 

r<iC<J* F^t^l I etc. [Vivckacbridamarii. 



Sanskrit text, with a metrical translation by 
Isvarachandra Vandyopadbyaj'a.] pp. i. 131, xiii. 
^Wl^ ^^V8 \_Cakutta, 1877.] 8°. 

SANKAHADEVA. ■^%qt e?«1 "TST^ ■5JX ' 

[Ilukminlharana. A poem on the marriage of 
Krishna and Rukminl.] 2nd edition, pp. 116. 
:»V°:> [^hiUourj, 187!).] 8^ 

SANNYASi. lITTf^ I <flT"5t? ^'TSOtH I [SannyiisT, 
or The Ascetic. A novel written with the view of 
reforming vicious f)ractices of Hindu society.] pp. 
viii. 126. Calcutta, [1879.] 8". 

SANNYASICHARANA PALA. (?lT?f? ITS ■S'Sffsf I 
[Roger niata ausbadi, or Medicine suitable for the 
disease. A drama on the consequences of leading a 
profligate life.] pp. 28. ^fcT^T^ ^^1° [Calcutta, 
1863.] 12°. 

SARACHCHANDRA ADHIKARI. f^W^S] I 

[Vidyullata. A Bengali novel.] pp. iii. 101. 
^fWnsi ^^V5. [Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 

SARACHCHANDRA CHAUDHURI. ^fff^J- 
frSsR [Garbastbvavijnana. A manual of domestic 
medicine. Part I. On the duties of midwives.] 
pp. ix. 358. yvimr^T?^ •iWI [Maimansinh, 
1880.] 12^ 

Sahitya-sopana. [A useful and scientific 



reader] by Sarat Chundra Choudhuri .... VJlf^SJ- 
C^nr^ I pp. 100. Mi/mctmng, 1881. 12'. 

SARACHCHANDRA DATTA. See Kedarax.\tha 
BnADA. fr?^ f?^«^ TT^ 1 [Yirahavilapa niitaka. 
A drama by Kedarauatba Bhada, and S. D.] 
[1880.] 12°. 

■^TS^TCPT I [Pratyiidesa. A tract on divine 



revelation.] pp.26. ^^\\h-\r[Sylhet,lSd>\.'\ 16'. 



SARACHCHANDRA DATTA. The primary guide 
to honKfopathy, or Companion to the family medicine 
chest, by Sarat Chandra Dutta .... (Tffsr «nJTf«r^ 
fpf^tTlT'^^ I [Chikitsasiitra. Compiled from English 
works.] pp. ii. iv. 192, iv. *r«1*l41 'ilJsJ* [Calcutta, 
1877.] 16°. 

SARACHCHANDRA DEVA. See Ra.iaktushna 
liAVA and IS viiAHii iiAMJKA Dkv.v. Bharatakosha 
or the Encyclopaedia Indica [compiled by Rilja- 
krishna Ililya and S. D.] etc. 1882. 8°. 

SARADACHARANA MITRA. See ViDYAI'ATI. 

f'^^'^fr? 'W^fsT I [Padiivali. An expurgated 
edition of ^ idyiipati's works, with a biographical 
sketch and cojjious notes by S. M.] [1879.] 12°. 

SARADAPRASADA JNANANIDHI. See Matia- 
Bn.\R.\TA. [Entire work.] §li(?,l «i<l4» I etc. 
[The JMaliabliilrata, with a Bengali translation by 
S. Jn. and others.] [1862-73.] fol. 

SARADAPRASADA MUKHOPADHYAYA. 

?Tf5f^ fwft ^T^ I [Riidhikiivilapa. Poems on the 
grief of lladhii at the absence of Krishna.] pp. 64. 
^U<-\t'\ \Vih- [Calcutta, 1871.] 12^ 

SARAMA. Saranu'i natak. (An historical drama.) 
y^^\ 5rr&^ I etc. pp. 132. Calcutta, 1880. 8°. 

SARAT CHUNDRA CHOUDHURI. 6'ee Sarach- 

(IIA.NUUA ClIAL DHUKT. 

SARPARAZ KHAN. >t<I5r.<l1ST «h n^^r | ^fs^ffyr^ 
5rr&^ I [Sarfar.^/ Kliiin patana. An historical tale, 
in the form of a drama, of the time of 'All Verdi 
Kl^iiln.] pp. ii. 147, iii. ^f^T^tSl •i^V5> [Calcutta, 
1880.] 8°. 

SARMISHTHA. -"rf^^l sfT^J ^THwl [Sarmishthii. 
A storj- from the Mahabhiirata in verse.] pjj. 50. 
■^STR ^^V-1 [Bardu-an, 1880.] 12°. 

SARVANANDA SUDHI. See Naraoa. STf^- 
«>f«p^t3! [Pancharatra, translated into Bengali ver.se 

by S. S.] [1879.] 8°. 

SARVESVARA CHATTOPADHYAYA. Chess 
Book. 'JTT?g?-C^a^ I [iSutaranjakautuka.] Pt. II. 
^ferersl ^^Vi [Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 
IVanting Pt. I. 

SASIBHUSHANA CHATTOPADHYAYA. 
Charu-bodha, or Entertaining lessons on u.scful 
subjects in science and literature . . . Fourth edition. 
( b l st-C^ tst) pp. 114. Calcutta, [1879]. 12°. 



98 



SAS^SAU 



SASIBHUSHANA CHATTOPADHYAYA. 
Descriptive geography of India (with a detailed 
account of Bengalj for the use of schools and path- 
shalas. . . . 'sl^i^Wjl f^^l I [Bhilratavarsher 
vivarana.] Seventeenth edition, pp. 185. Calcutta, 
1878. 12°. 

SASICHANDRA DATTA. ^ofWrTTr-STmi I [TJpa- 
nyiisamala. A translation by the author of his 
English " Tales of yore."] pp. 344. ^fwTSI 'iVIl 
^Calcutta, 1877.] 12°. 

SATAN. Satan's devices. ■•tlTStCf? fti^ « WZ^J 
fT??«l I [Saytiinerguna.] pp.24. Calcutta, 1844. 12"". 

T/iis forms No. 49 MiHcellaneow Series, issued hij the 
Calcutta Christian Tract and Book Society. 

SATATAPA. ■yrfTTsnt? <J?'«fr<<fr^ l [Karmavipilka. 
A treatise on different sins and their expiations. 
Sanskrit text with a Bengali translation by Rania- 
chandra Tarkalai'ikilra.] pp. vi. 08. ^f%^T5l ^^1^ 
{Calcutta, 1865.] 8^ 

SATKADI DATTA. >*rff'W'6t¥ I [Priinivrittanta. 
Lessons in natural history.] Pt. I. 4th edition, 
pp. l;it;. ^twTSI :>^r [Calcutta, 1863.] 12°. 



Pt. I. 12th edition, pp. iv. 131. 

^^VV [Calcutta, 1881.] 12°. 



^^T^ra 



SATYACHARANA GUPTA. See Arabian 
Nights. Trfrsf Jl^fsf^ ^Jf^^ JW^ I [Ekildhika 
sahasra rajanl. The Arabian Nights, translated bj' 
S. G.] [1881.] 8\ 

SATYADHARMA. ^frST i^f fir»PT]t«r^«T^ I ^efl*- 
TfsT^^T « f^^ -"fTf^T^ ^W? TTST^I C^Sf^ ^srfsf I 
[Satyadharma nischayarthapatra. Letters discussing 
the evidences of the Christian and Hindu religions.] 
pp. 69. Calcutta, 1850. 12°. 

SATYAKINKARA SENA. Sec Grf.at Bkitain.— 
Prici/ Council. "Tst C^WUCslfl H^tTfT? XlilsTM' I 
[Pribhi Kaunsaler najirer sarabhilga. A digest of 
the Rulings of the Privy Council. Compiled by 

S. S.] [1881.] 8°. 



SATYANARAYANA SUKULA. 
[Nava dilverl. A diary for the 
pp. 158.' 'Sherepore, 1881. 8°. 



SATYAVRATA SAMASRAMI BHATTA- 
CHARYA. See Br.Ihmanas. ^^fT^^ppT II etc. 
[The Devatadhyayabrahmana, with a running com- 
mentary by S. S. Bh..] [1875.] 8^ 




SATYAVRATA SAMASRAMI BHATTA- 
CHARYA. See Braii.maxas. flTT^^^ »T^-3T?r- 
IIRT I etc. [Mantrabrahmana, with a Bengali transla- 
tion by S. S. Bh.] [1872.] 8°. 

See Mahabharata. [Entire -work.] JT^- 

mKfifi etc. [The Mahabhiirata. Sanskrit text, 
with a separate prose translation of Adiparva, by 
S. S. Bh.] [1871.] 8'. 

^T^^: I [Silmaveda, as far as I. 5, 2, 3, 

10, with a Bengali translation by S. S. Bh.] See 
Periodical Publications. — Benares. Ti^ gpj 
•i(^»ft • . . The Hindu Commentator, etc. Nos. 1-40. 

1867-74. 4°. 

^^rf^VR^^fWI [The Samavidhilna- 

brahmana, with a Bengali commentary by S. S. Bh.] 
See Periodical Publications. — Benares. Tf^ ^^ 
Tf^^ or the Hindu Commentator. Yol. 4. Nos. 
1-12. 1867-74. 8°. 



See Vedas. 



Sdmavcda. 



[Edited with a translation, notes and essays in 
Bengali by S. S. Bh.] [1881, e^c] 8°. 

See Vedas. — Samaveda. — Aramjasamhitd. 

Aranyasanhita of the Samaveda with ... a Bengali 
translation by Satya Brata Samasrami, etc. 1873. 8°. 

^rnTFTf^: I . . . ^mRftvT'T-wTw^-f%^Tr^- 

*iK^ ^rR%^VT-??'t^»^'R<T: etc. [Saniasiichi, a supple- 
ment to the Samavidhanabrahmana, giving the full 
text of the Saman verses indicated in the ritual of 
the Chhandoga priests, together with translations 
into Bengali.] Pt. I. pp. ii. 84, 40; Pt. 11. pp. i. and 
125-284. ^f^^m <1Qe? [Calcutta, 1871-75.] 8°. 
Ending at the Gth khanda of the Zrd prapathaka of the 
Sdmaiidhu)iabruhmana, leaving khaiidas 7-9 to complete 
the work. 

SATYENDRANATHA THAKURA. See De- 

vendranatha Thakuka. fil^^ CifC<ldi»JT«r ^tf? . . . 

c^r ;r»r ^n(?f*r Tin gr^-jn:^ sra « fr-^r^ ?ts5 

<ti<IH etc. [Brahmadharmer mata o visviisa. Ten 
sermons delivered by Devendrauiitha Thiikura. 
Edited by S. Th.] [I860.] 16=. 

SAUDAMINI. Memoir. See Eakiialachandra 
1\ava. ^Y^ ir^ I . . . Jeebun Bindu. A short 
memoir of Soudamini, etc. [1880.] 12°. 

SAURINDRAMOHANA THAKURA. ^katana, 
or the Indian concert. [A treatise on native orchestral 
music] by Soureendro Mohun Tagore. pp. 47. Engl. 
Calcutta, [1875?] i\ 



99 



SAU— SIL 



SAURINDRAMOHANA THAKURA. Eluiratiya 
natya rahasya, or a treatise on Iliiulu drama, by 
Souriiulro Moluin T:io:orc. (TTirft? •il'ijJii? HJ I ^«fl«- 
-r^V^ >i^\i « *l«H(!t<l*1laKyf^ 5rf&J^*r^«t I) pp. 
viii.'xxiv. 268. Calcuffa, 1S78. 12^ 

A few specimens of Indian songs, etc. pp. 113. 

Eiigi., Beng., and Hindi. Calcutta, 1879. S^". 

Fifty tunes, composed and set to music, etc. 

pp. 57, ii. Engl. Calcutta, 1878. 8". 

^-f^srfiiTi^r-'^^ I (Ilarmonium-sutra, or a 



treatise on Hai-monium by Sourindro Mobun Tagore.) 
pp. ii. 79. Calcutta, 1874. 8^ 

Sitity Jltfli fWJT^F vET^T^ [Jiitlya sanglta 

visbayaka prastava. A treatise on Bengali music] 
pp. 75, iii. ^FfwTSl ^^-il [Calcutta, 1870.] 4°. 

Mridunga Munjoree. A treatise on Slridunga 



[or native drum], bj' Sourindro Mobun Tagore. 
(;nrJt*l8?^) pp. ii. 18G, xxiv. Calcutta, 1873. 



Yantrakosba, or a Treasury of tbe musical 

instruments of ancient and of modern India, and of 
various otber countries, by Sourindro Mobun Tagore. 
(tlsi i : <t- t ti I) pp. ii. iv. 290. Calcutta, 1875. S°. 

Trar^?35frf<TO fTTst? - f^HFl - f^srf?^ - .sjx ' 

[Yantraksbeti-adipika. A treatise on IlimUi music.] 
2nd edition, pp. ii. ii. viii. 423, vi. ^fsr^tSl 'tWi'CL 
[Calcutta, 1879.] 8^ 

SAYANACHARYA. <^^f??r?^, of«pft<t, ^fSPK^- 
<iy<lir4i<J-l t'iPlr'^ etc. [Tbe I'aficbadasI, a work on 
Vedanta pbilosopb}"-, in 15 cbapters, witb a com- 
mentary, and a Bengali translation.] pp. 780. 
^fwra 'i'iVi [Calcutta, 1849.] 4^ 

Sarvadarsana Sangraba [or teacbings of 16 

scbools of Hindu pbilosopbj^] in Bengali by Joyana- 
rayana Tarkapancbanana [assisted by Mabcsacbandra 
N3-ayaratna, taken from S.'s Sanskrit work of tbe 
same title.] >i|lt»fsf TTjil^ etc. pp. vii. ii. 158. 
Calcutta, 1861. 8°. 

SELECTION. A selection of bymns for tbe use of 
native places of worsbip. pp.32. Calcutta, 1820. 12°. 

Being No. 12 of the Bengali tracts, issued hy the Bengal 
Aujciliary Missionary Society. 

SEN (P. C). Sec Pe.\saxxakum.\ra Sena. 

SER AMPUR.— iVirffVe School Institution. See Rama- 
KAMALA Sexa. [tfC tf^Ul^^ . . . Fablcs ; [compiled] 
. . . bj' Eam-Koniid Sen, and the Serampore Native 
Scbool Institution. 1820. 12°. 



SHAKSPERE ("Wii.uam). [Merchant of Venice.] 
See PvakTi.ai.a Mukiioi-adhyaya. v.f'^sl •(l5<f I 
[Suralatil niltaka. An adaptation of the " Merchant 
of Venice."]' [1877.] 8°. 

[Rai'k of LucRECE.] See KalTprasanna 

Vandyopadhy.Xya. ^C3Ff«nn I etc. [Lukresiyii. 
A poem founded on " The Rape of Lucrece."] 
[1880.] 12°. 

[RoMKo ANT) Jtr.iET.] Scc IIarachandra 

Ghosha. 5l<l=*J«I-fye?;?1 siw^ i [Charumukba 
Chittabarii niitaka. An adaptation of " Romeo 
and Juliet."] '[1864.] 8°. 

- — See Yookndranaray'ana D.\sa Ghosiia. 
■^6»Vr>i?-r<l^I>i<i4t •'Il5<t ete. [Ajayasimba Vilii- 
savatl niitaka. An adajjtation of " Romeo 
and Juliet.'"] [1878.] 8°. 

[Appendix.] See Lamb (C), the Essayist. 

C<rff^>8 S(^^ ■gif^air&? »IC«<t^<l ^«Tf«tTR I [Tbe story 
of Romeo and Juliet.] Translated from Lamb's 
Tales from Shakspeare. [1848.] 12°. 



SHAMDHONE MOOKERJEE. 
MUKIIOPADHVAYA. 



See Syamauhana 



SHAM LOLL MITTER. See Syamalai.a Mitra. 

SHAMSHER 'ALI. C^r^r^TT^T^ f^^ST^ I [Gul o 
Harmuz. The popular Persian romance rendered 
in Mubammadan Bengali verse by Sh. 'A.] pp. iv. 
195. ^fimisi ^^V5f [Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 

SHASHTIVARA. See Bhairavachandra Sarma. 
*T5r ^r?Tl etc. [Padmapuriina. A collection of 
poems by Sb., and others.] [1877.] 8^. 



SHIB CHUNDER ROSE. 



SHIBKISAR 

ChakhavaktT, 



CHAKRAVARTI 



See SivACHANDRA Vasu. 
See Sivakisora 



SHUNATUN DASS. See Sanatana Dasa. 

SIDDHESVARA GUPTA. TS^'^ Ff^Tl I [Dra- 
vyartha chaudrika. A medical dictionary.] Pt. I. 
pp. 622. [Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 
In progress ? 

SILHANA MISRA. See Madhavachandra Sarma. 
Begin. '*nf 5! *1 A* I . . . [Santisataka, being a free 
translation of S. M.'s Siintisataka in Sanskrit.] 
[1852?] 8°. 

See Prasannachandra ChakravartT. ^^- 

_ . . . . . *" 

srfg^fsT I [Kusumaujali. Didactic poems, original, and 

taken from S. M.'s Santisataka.] [18G3.] 12\ 



100 



SIL— SIV 



SILHANA MISRA. -"ftf^TS^ ■'^Tifv^ W\Twjfl 
etc. [The Santisataka, a didactic poem by S. M. 
Followed by Sriiigaratilaka, and Adirasa, two erotic 
poems ascribed to Kiilidiisa. Sanskrit, with Bengali 
paraphrase.] pp. 98. Calcutta, 1817. 8". 
Apparently imperfect, the hook ending suddenly on page 98. 

SILVA (AuGUSTix d'). See Sa'dT. Rules for 
conduct in life on various subjects, translated from 
the Persian "Goolestan" ... of Saddy Sherazee, into 
the Bengallee idiom. By A. d' S., e^c. 1852. 8°. 

SIRCAR (P. C). See PyarTcharana Sarkar. 

SISUBODHAKA. f^T'^Sr^Sf^ I ■^V\<K ^m^fe^ 

f»f^sf -^sisTf^ « ^p«n ^7? . . . ^r^^tfsr^Tif^ Tfirai 

.... ^AJlITf I etc. [Sisubodhaka, or the Children's 
Instructor, containing reading lessons, multiplication 
tables, easy stories and Chiinakya's slokas.] With 
woodcuts. Beng. and Samk. pp. 47. [Serampur, 

18-43?] 8". 

[Another edition.] pp. 86. ^^TT^JC? [_Seram- 

pur, 1855 ?] 12°. 

SISURAMA DASA. See Puranas. — Skandapurdna. 
i*r»t5T«r?3 1 cte. [The Prabhiisakhanda, and a portion 
of Niirada's Panchariitra, done into Bengali verse by 
S. D.] [1870.] 12°. 

SITANATHA VASAKA. inft^sf*!^ I . . . Sangit 
siksha. [Instruction in music] ... by Sita Nath 
Boshak. Pt. I. pp. ii. 22. FlTI :>^VV- [Bacca, 

1881.] 8°. 

SITANATHA VASU MALLIKA. -S'rc Puranas. — 
Skandapurana.— ^a«^7/rM.('/«. ^tnt<t^ ^f<rf<» . . . 
[The Kaslkhanda in Bengali verse by S. V. M.] 
[1850.] '8°. 

— — The Kashee Khundo [in Bengali verse by 
S. V. M.] [1878.] 8°. 

_ _ ^t^«t^ 1 e^c. [Another edition.] [1879.] 8°. 

SIVACHANDRA DEVA. The Infant Treatment 
.... f^f'Q^sR I [Sisupillana. An adaptation in 
Bengali of Andrew Combe's " Treatise on the phj'sio- 
logical and moral management of infancy," and other 
English works.] 2 pt. ^^fsT^tSI :>'5V8 Calcutta, 
[1862,] 1864. 12°. 

Chap. IV., Pt. II. is taken from PesfaloztVs "Letters on 
early education," and Chaps. V. and VI. from Chambers^ 
"Infant treatment." Pt. I. is of the '2nd edition. 



[Another copy.] 



SIVACHANDRA MUKHOPADHYAYA. ^SpST- 
srTsTl I [Kafichanamala. A Bengali novel.] pp. 120. 
<t-nd<-T4l >^V-a [Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 

SIVACHANDRA SENA. »ll <ik l >l»<it I {'f^^'^'^ 
?f*lflI1) [Siiradamai'igala. An abstract of the Riima- 
yana in verse.] pp. 204. TTtTI :>^V5»-Vi [Dacca, 
1879-80.] 8°. 

In 2 parts, ivith a continuous pagination. 

SIVACHANDRA SOMA. ^-S^rjT? oPA^ t^ l ^fTftsf 
^T^T ?;^r5 ■^'^sf TRTT *f^3i5r l [Urisyar itihiisa. 
History of Orissa from the most ancient times to 
the year a.d. 1866.] jjp. iii. ix. 149. ^fwTsl 'ilV-^ 
[Calcutta, 1867.] 12°. 

SIVACHANDRA VANDYOPADHYAYA. ?^- 

«ft«n I [Ramanlllhl, or Women's sports. Erotic 
poems.] pp. 47. wfwin [Calcutta, 1863.] 12''. 

SIVACHANDRA VASIT. The Ilindoos as they 
are. A description of the manners, customs and 
inner life of Hindoo societj"- in Bengal, by Shib 
Chunder Bose. With a. prefatory note by .... W. 
Hastie. pp. vii. 305. £it(/l. Calcutta, London, 
1881. 8^ 

SIVAJI. f^rr^ Ff?3f I etc. [SivajTr charitra. 
A short sketch of the life of S., the founder of the 
Mahratta DjTiasty.] pp. 78. ^f^TTTsl [Calcutta'], 
1862. 12". 

One of the " Bengali Family Library " Series. 

SIVAKISORA CHAKRAVARTi. Trrf^-|^ I 
.... Shahityakusuma. [Selections in prose and 
verse from eminent Bengali writers.] Compiled by 
Shibkisar Chakravarti. pp. ii. 228. TTf^ "iWr-yr 
[Bacca, 1881.] 12°. 

SIVANATHA BHATTACHARYA. fsTTTf^n:^ fk- 
sTf'^ I [Nirvasiter vilapa, or The lamentations of an 
exile. A poem.] pp. ii. 108. Calcutta, 1868. 8°. 

SIVAPRASADA SARMA. Brahmunical ilagazine. 
The Missionary and the Brahmun. Xo. 3. WT^I 
fJRfst T^rWt « W^Kf? ^rrrft ^? O [Brahmana 
sevadhi. One of a series of controversial articles on 
Christianity between S. S. and the editor of the 
"Friend of India."] pp.25. [C<//c«/^«?], 1821. 8°, 

SIVASAMHITA. f^r^-JT^f^ [The Sivasamhitit, a 
metrical work in Sanskrit on the devotions of the 
Yogi, with a Bengali version by Nandakumara 
Kaviratna Bhattacharya.] pp. vi. 128. ^fsT^'TSl 
:>\Vi [Calcutta,' is7d]' 8°. 



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SKETCIIES. Sketches of celebrated characters in 
ancient history. WSJ ^f35TiTirf<r cfc. [Satya itihiisa- 
sjira.] pp. 258. Calcidta, 1830. 8". 

SMITH (W. O'Briex). Sfo Rini.T).— Appendix. 
A Scripture Catechism . . . transhitod into Bengalee 
by . . . W. O'B. S. 1842. 8'. 

SMYTH (David Cakmuhaei,). Original Bengalese 
Zunieendaree accounts, accompanied by a translation, 
[into English] ... by D. C. S. pp. 401. Calcutta, 
1823. 8=. 

SOKAVIJAYA. f>«fT^-fwiri [Sokavijaya.] Philo- 
sophy of death, 20 years experience on spiritual 
seances .... mesmerism, clairvoj^ance, dreams, etc. 
pp. vi. 13G. Calcutta, 1881. 8'. 

SOMADEVA BHATTA. ^^Tl-'^'^-^'f? I ^TTW 
[The Katliilsaritsagara of S. Bh., translated into 
Bengali by Umesachandra Gupta Kaviratna.] Pt. I. 
pp. ii. 250. Calcutta, 1879. 8°. 
In progress. 

Talcs of Hindu history. ■??■«- ^«n I etc. 



[Vrihat kathii. Selections from the Katliilsaritsagara 
of S. Bh., translated by Anaiubu'liandra Vedanta- 
TJigTsa.] Pt. I. pp. vii. 109. ^fcT^fTl ^l-iV '^Calcutta, 
1857.] 12°. 

'Z'^'K ^«n I [Vrihat kathii. Select tales from 



S. Bh.'s Kathasaritsagara, translated by Ananda- 
chandra Vcdiintavilgisa.] 2 pt. pp. 132, 116. 
Calcutta, 1858. 12°. ' 

One of the " Bengali Family Lilrary " Series. 

SOMANATHA MUKHOPADHYAYA. 
See Plutarch. — Bloi IlapdWrjXoi. Lives of Solon 
and Publicola, translated by Somanath Mookerjea. 
[1863.] 12^ 

An enquiry into the S'astric marriageable age 



and the evils attended with the present system of 
early marriage. (^TsTjfr^T^ I) [Biilyavivaha.] TTf^ 
^.^^ll [Dacca, 1870.] 8°. 

f*f^*ret% 1 [Sikshilpaddhati. A manual of 



instruction for teachers and pupils.] 4th edition, 
pp. ii. 142. Ut^1 :>t-'iV [Dacca, 1878.] 12°. 

SOORJEE COOMAR SEN GOOPT. See SiJKYA- 
KUMARA Sena Gxjpta. 

SOUDAMINI. See S.\ud.\minT. 

SOITREENDRO MOHUN TAGORE. See Sau- 
kTxdramohaxa Thakura. 



SPURZHEIM (JouA.NX Caspar) See Radiia- 
VAi.LAiiiiA Dasa. ;i»li^Hl<C5T?^ I etc. [Manatatlva 
sarasaipgraha. Compiled from the phrenological 
works of Dr. S. and Mr. Combe.] 1849, 12°. 

SREEKONTO MULLIC. -See SkTkan tha Mali.ika. 
SREEMANTA BIDYABHOOSAN. See SrTmanta 

VlDYAlillCslIANA. 

SREENAUTH DUTT. See SkT.natha Daita. 

SRiCHANDRA VIDYANIDHI. 5'wEpHEMEKIDES. 
^^ <tf8?^ etc. [Nfitana pafijika. An Almanac, 
compiled by S. v.] [1864.] 8'. 

SRIDHARACHUDAMANI BHATTACHARYA. 

'Sec JMaiiadiiakaia. [E.mirk >\()R|\.J JnT*fFT<T*l 
etc. [Sanskrit text, with a separate prose translation 
by S. Bh. and others.] [1871, etc] 8°. 

SRIDHARASVAMIN. See FvBlii.KS.—BMfjarata- 

purdna. §|JI'5T'f5^ I [The Bhilgavatapurilna, trans- 
lated into Bengali prose, with the aid of S.'s com- 
mentary.] [1855-65.] 8°. 

SRIKANTHA MALLIKA. W?)t^ [Jagach- 
chhavi.] A picture of the world, [or letters on 
various subjects, moral and philosophical,] by Srec- 
kouto Mullic. pp. 122. Seramporc, 1861. 12°. 

SRIMANTA VIDYABHUSHANA. Exile of 
Kama by Srccmanta Bidyabhoosan. <[Tf-<*l<l>i I 
[Riimavanavasa.] 4th edition, pp. 133. Calcutta, 
1879. 8°. 

SRINATHA DATTA. See Kedaranatha Mitra 
and SrT.natua Batta. Pronaya prosunga ... by 
Kadarnauth Mitter .... and Srcenauth Dutt. 
[I860'.] 12°. 

SRINATHA DE. Bc(jiii. *f?Tf ^^^f^ ^W5 ?^- 

JtT^ braf sr^THrrr^ i Emi. crfsf ^ srrsr ^fyjn 

9rrf<t-(:<lW [Three .speeches made by II. Pratt, 
Kiilidiisa !Maitra, and Piimalochana Ghosha, at a 
meeting held at Krishnagar College, for the purpose 
of establishing a jiublic library and reading room at 
Krishnagar, or in the neighbourhood. Collected 
and edited by S. D.] pp. 26. ^^PT^ ^V-a5> 
[Serampur, 1856.] 8°. 

SRIPATI BHATTACHARYA. ^"^tT •^TTsr^Sf 
■?JT<-<I1 I [Sulabhabodha vy.lkarana. An elementary 
grammar of the Bengali language.] 4th edition, 
pp. 58. ^ rg1<- r A l ^^5>V [Calcutta, 1861.] 12°. 



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SRISACHANDRA RATA CHAUDHURI. sf^^l- 
<sj»5T srfw I [Lakshinanavarjana niltaka. A drama 
oil tlie story of Rama and Lakshmana.] pp. iv. 115. 
^Iwr^ ^fe^l {Cakidta, 1870.] 12°. 

SROTRIYA BRAHMAN. ^ l ^(:<l tl af^ ' TfW I . . . 
&r»l<- C^sft^lir ^5t55f«l ■^^VS I [Asurodviiha niitaka. 
A drama in six acts, by a Srotrlva Brahman, exposing 
the practices amongst the RiirhTya Brahmans of 
selling their daughters in marriage.] pp. ii. 94. 
<-n^*J^l ^^'^5. \_Cakutta, 18G9.] 12°. 

STANHOPE (Philip Dormer) Ath Earl of Chester- 
field. See Vrajendrachandra Giiosha. Samajik 
niti-shiksha . . . [taken from the " Letters written 
by the Earl of Chesterfield to his son,"] etc. 
1880. 12°. 

STANLEY (Thomas), the Elder. See Krishna- 
MOHAXA Vaxdyopadhyaya. Biography, containing 
the lives of . . . Plato (from S.'s History of Philo- 
sophy), etc. 1847. 12°. 

STEWART ( — ), Captain. The Destroyer of dark- 
ness. fsfsrjTT*!^ I [Timiranasaka. A Christian 
tract.] i^p. 20. Calcutta Chriatian Tract and Book 
Society. 1835. 12". 

— - ^<>fT:ir»f ^«n (sf^^ttm? -^c^^^) «^?nf st^'ft- 

CTTT^Tf^UtC^ T^ ■ ■ • 'Stewart's Oopodescotha, (or 
Jloral tales of history) ; with an historical sketch of 
England, and her connection with India, etc. [Con- 
taining selections from L. M. Stretch's "Beauties of 
History."] pp. vi. 68 and 68. Calcutta, 1820. 8°. 

STOWE (Harriet Elizabeth Beecher), Mrs. ^ 

«nr5i I ^iRT^ Wij f«t^F<r "3:^ iffr^ <a:^^ ^trs . . . 

^:^4iriT4 [T^^u khuro. " Pictures and stories from 
Uncle Tom's cabin " by Mrs. H. E. B. S., freely 
translated into Bengali prose by Tarinlcharana 
Cliakravartl.] pp. 48. ^Hl^til ^V5iO [Calcutta, 
1863.] 12°. 

STRETCH (L. M.) Sec Steavart (— ). ^«tW»f 
^«t1 I . . . Stewart's Oopodescotha . . . [Containing 
selections from L. M. S.'s "Beauties of History."] 

1820. 8^ 

STRIMITRA. -^tfsnf sJtW I [Strlniitra. A drama 
on the necessity of contracting suitable marriages.] 
pp.12. [Cafc««a? I860?] 12°. 
No title-page, 

SUBANDHTJ. See. Jayagop.\la GosvamT. Ttir?- 
Jf'sl I [Viisavadattii. A tale adapted from the 
Sanskrit romance of S.] [1861.] 12°. 



SUBHANEARA. See GArRlKAXTA Raya. Path- 
shala Course . . . [Subhai'ikarl. A Bengali arithmetic 
founded on the method of S.] 1878. 12°. 

See KalTprasax^ta Gangopadhyaya. Mental 



arithmetic . . . based on . . . [S.'s treatise on arith- 
metic] etc. 1879. 12°. 

iS'w TakixTcharaxa Vasu ChaudhurT. Shau- 



bhankari A'ryd . . . [An elementary arithmetic, 
founded on the versified method of S.] [1879.] 12°. 

StJDRAKA, Raja of Magadha. See Aghoranath.4. 
Tattvaxidhi. Charoochorita, or a tale from Sans- 
shrit entitled the Mirchokotick Drama [of S.] etc. 
1857. 12°. 



[Vasantasena. A translation of the Sanskrit drama 
Mrichchhakatika of S., by Madhusfidana Yachaspati.] 
2nd edition, pp. ii. 236. <-r«1<-l4l 'ife^O [Calcutta, 
1866.] 8°. 

SUNGKER AUCHERJEE. -SVcSaxkara Acharya. 

SURAPANANIVARINi SABHA. See CALCUTTA. 

— Surdpdnanivdrinl Saljhd. 

SURENDRANATHA MAJUMDAR. rff^T? I 
[Hilniir. A historical drama.] jjp. ii. 93. <-fsl<tl4i 
^^b-l [CalcaUa, 1881.] 8°. 

StJRYAKUMARA SENA GUPTA. Chittya 
Toshinee, a series of miscellaneous poetical pieces by 
Soorjee Coomar Sen Goopt . . . fF^-fSTft'qt ^t?J 
pp. 112. Calcutta, 1870. 8°. 

StJRYANARAYANA CHATTOPADHYAYA. 

^T''3 *)«(ii<f5f<F I [Asu ai'ikabodhaka. Arithmetic 
on the rjuropean and native systems.] jjp. iv. vi. 
380. <-r=:1<t-l4l ^^v-v [Calcutta, 1881.] 8°. 

SUSRUTA. ^>5}^ I >£fTft^ f^^SfifT^ ffef^^^ 
r<«3l«T I . . . ^^5^ w^ I The medical science of the 
ancient Aryans, translated [fi'om the Uttaratantra, 
or concluding section of the Susruta], and edited by 
Ambica Charana Bandopadhyaya. pp. viii. 237. 
^Iwra T.^b-5. [Calcutta, 1880.'] 8°. 

SVARGAYATRA. 1T^ [sic'] ^Tfajl f^St? ^^Tf- 
*t^stf [Svargayatrii, or The Journey to Heaven. 
A dialogue between a ilissionary and a Hindu, on 
the principles of Christianity.] pp. 15. JX^\ ^V-^;» 
[Chiiisurah, 1819.] 8°. 

A sequel to Jahujayatra. 



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SVARNAMAYi DEVI. f^-375^ I ^<>RJtII I 
[Chhinnamukula, or The broken bud. A Bengali 
novel.] pp.207. T^'sm^'iy^'^ [Cakiif fa, 1879.] 12\ 

srt^rst ^*i":Otyi i [Miilatl. A love tale.] 



pp. 44. < t-r ^ <Mi l ^^Vi ICdkutta, 1880.] 16° 
T5r^-'^«-^ra I ^ri*)lW t [Vasanta utsava, or 



The spring festival. A plaj- in verso.] pp. 40. 
^firrra ^V-^^ [Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

SYAMACHAEANA CHATTOPADHYAYA. 

<!l»crn ZJT^'\ I [Biiiigala vyiikarana. A grammar 
of llio Bengali language.] 3rd edition, pp. xii. 3GG. 
<- r^ <t -T5 1 :>^5»'i [Calcutta, I860.] 8°. 



■sZ^rfsTT^T I [Bhugolankura. Outlines of 



geography.] 2ud edition, pp. 55. Ff^ ^^1° [Dacca, 
1863.] 12". 

Rijubibriti Part II., or a Key to [Tsvara- 



chandra Vidyasilgara'.s] Rijujjatha Part II. with . 
Engli.sh and Bengali translations . . . "SlfSfftTf^? I etc. 
pp. 357. ^Iwra -iKV-H [Calcutta, 188u"] "12^. 

TTpT ^r«5rrf I etc. [Sarala abhidhilna. A 



Bengali dictionary giving the roots and derivations 
of words.] pp. ii. 252. Calcutta, 1880. 12°. 

Shubda Didhitee. A Dictionary in Sanskrit 



and Bengali by Shama Churn Chatterjea 
••r^fftfsrf^ ■srfsSfT^ etc. pp. iii. 70S. FW 'i^'i>> 

[Durra, 1804.] 8". 

SYAMACHAEANA DASA DATTA. Sec RowE 

(K). '3rg:^Tfn^ sr^rffsr^ srf^ [Anutiipinl 
navakamini niitaka. " The Fair Penitent," a 
tragedy bv X. Howe, freelj' translated by S. D. D.] 
[1856.] 12°. 

SYAMACHAEANA DE. Tr^C^a^ STfW I 
[Vasarakautuka niitaka, or The marriage ceremony 
of the Viisaraghara. A drama.] pp. 40. <tlc1<t1-4l 
^^5.5. [Calcutta, 1859.] 12°. 



[Another copy.] 



[Vivaha prabodha 



prasanga. A dialogue in verse between a married 
man and a bachelor, on the advantage of marriage.] 
pp. 22. ^fw^5l ^ivo [Calcutta, 1861.] 12°. 

SYAMACHAEANA DEVA. C^-^ ferpT I ^«r|«. 
.... sr^t?!^ ?^^a^ ?TC?? >\'fi\(.i> %-S-^ f^tTTfiTF^ 
Vfi^jl ^TsiTf^if C^'^- '^'{3:9 I [Kautukaviliisa. 
A .sketch in verse of the life of Krishnachandra 
Raya, Raja of Navadvlpa, and amusing anecdotes 
of Gopiilachanda Bh.Tnd, the court jester.] pp. iii. 
101. ^U^YM ^^i-i [Calcutta, 1870.] 12°, 



SYAMACHAEANA GANGOPADHYAYA. A 

AVord-book, Bengali-English, containing side by side 
with Bengali words in familiar use their Engli.sh 
equivalents. Compiled by Syamacharan Ganguli. 
Third edition, pp. xvi. 86. Calcutta, 1884. 12°. 

SYAMACHAEANA GHOSHA. ^S^^t -AjFit^ I 
[TarunI taranginl. Women's wiles ; a tale in verse.] 
Pt. I. pp. v. 30. ^cRl-5l ^s>»,:» [Calcutta, 1802.] 12°. 

SYAMACHAEANA MUKHOPADHYAYA. g^t- 
^WI ^^'nZ ^T3n • ■ . Key to [Isvarachuudra 
Vidyiisiigara's] Rijupatha Part III. with copious 
notes ... to which are annexed the translations of 
the text into English and Bengali, etc. Eighth 
edition, pp. 157, 87, 81. Calcutta, 1879. 12°. 

SYAMACHAEANA EAYA. 5rft?r?«r5S( TTPfl I 
[Mahlravanabadha yiltra. A drama on the story of 
the destruction of Slahlriivana.] pp. 43. ^fci^j*] 
\\yrQ. [Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 

SYAMACHAEANA SANYALA. -grTS (^fsT (^ 
'^C^'W [Jilt gela pet bharlonii. Evil actions do 
not secure the necessaries of life. A dialogue in 
prose and verse.] Pt. I., pp. 16. ^sT^TSI ^^^'' 
[Calcutta, 1863.] 12°. 

(iii|«l ^^ CSfV ^5pcT I [Jeman karma tcmni 

phala, or Reward according to one's actions. A talc 
in verse on the consequences of leading a vicious 
life.] pp. viii. 101. ^Iwfn :»<iV'0 [Calcutta, 
1861.] 12°. 

SYAMACHAEANA SAEKAE. Vyavasthi Dar- 
pana : a digest of the Hindu Law as current in 
Bengal, with authorities [Sanskrit, Bengali, and 
English in parallel columns], explanatory notes, etc. 
regarding inheritance, contracts, and other subjects 
.... by Shama Churn Sircar. In two volumes. 
Vol. I. (<1J4^1-Ifn<l) pp. xxvi. xxvi. iii. Lsv. 691. 
Calcutta, 1859. 4°. 

Wanting Vol. II. which appeared at a later date. 

SYAMACHAEANA SEIMANI. TfJcrUfaf?; ^rf^ | 
[Biilyodviiha niitaka. A drama on the subject of 
early marriages.] pp.72, ^nt-lal 'ilV-^ [Calcutta, 
I860.] 12°. 

""SC^ ':' 9'>VU''4 TgT?q ! [Sunechha ? Hanu- 

maner vastraharana ! or " Have you heard about 
taking away Hanuniiln's clothes ? " A humorous 
sketch.] pp. 14. ^rf^rm -^KH" [Calcutta, 1863.] 12°. 

SYAMACHAEANA TATTVAVAGISA. See 
MAH.IitH.lR.\T.\. [Entire work.] S|»i^1 itjli? I etc. 
[The Mahiibhiirata, translated by S. T. and others.] 
[1862-73.] fol. 



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SYAMACHARANA TATTVAVAGISA. See 
ValmTki. ilfilfiJI? etc. [Translated by Aghora- 
nStha Tattvauidhi, assisted by S. T.] [1866-71.] 8^ 

SYAMACHARANA VASTT. See PyarTcharana 
Sarkar. a Geography of India . . . Translated by 
Shama Churn Bose . . . from the Indian Geography, 
in English, etc. 1862. 8°. 

S YAM AD AS A. f^^fS^ ^ I [Xigiidhatattva 
grantha. A poem on Hindu mythological subjects.] 
pp. 38. ?-fwn5l ■il'iS) [Calcutta, 1857.] 8°. 

SYAMADASA MAJUMDAR. ir?«T aJ^ffsT I [Sa- 
rala bhiigola. A geography, more particularly of 
Asia and India.] 2nd edition, pp. vi. 260. <t(5l*1*1 
-i^yrd [Calcutta, 1878.] 12". 

SYAMADHANA MUKHOPADHYAYA. History 
of Moorshedabad, by Shamdhone Mookerjee. v)^<ir*f- 
HMIilf<l sHs?.!*! [Mursidiibader itihilsa.] pp. 61. 
Bcrhamjm-e, 1864. 12^. 

<i|s?l<fci •i|»j<p M^ I [Riljavali. A concise 

history of India from the most ancient times to the 
formation of the East India Company.] pj). v. 112. 
^U^ \ M -iU^ [Calcutta, 1844.] B°. 

SYAMALALA GOSVAMI. H<i; jl d 1 I W«m ^^^rfsr 
<lliy<l ^ *t«,^ I Sharamala, or Airs for concert 
purpose, pp. 14. Bhowanipore, 1880. 12°. 

SYAMALALA MITRA. -See Remfrt (H. 0.). 
Substance of ilr. H. Remfry's notes on the nature 
and use of the Indian bael .... In Bengalee by 
Sham LoU Mitter. [1863?] 16°. 



SYAMALALA MUKHOPADHYAYA. ^ f^ 

>l<(:»ii*f C^nxW'f •rr&^ I [Timai je sarvanese Go- 
varddhana. A drama in five acts on the intemper- 
ance of Bengali youths.] pp. 
\_Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 



32. <-r«1<-t4il ^^V5. 



SYAMANATHA RAYA CHAUDHURI. f^SfTTlTf?: 
f^grr^ >2p{ll<rci I [Vidhavodviiha vishayaka prasna- 
vali. A treatise against Hindu widow-marriage, 
based on Sanskrit authorities.] pp. 9. lil^TT^C? 
•i^^"i [Seramimr, 1854.] 8°. 



TAJ AL-DIN KHAN 



and RAIHAN AL-DIN. 

Ctr^TTtTf? Ftf? s-JTT? I [Dilbahiir chari yilr, or The 
adventures of Dilbahar, and her four friends. A tale 
in the Muhammadan dialect.] pp. 180. *(s1<-l41 
-iKh-CL [Calcutta, 1878.] 8°. 

f^f? 4p<l9|lt I [Shirln Farhiid. The Persian 



romance Khusrau o Shiiln in ^Muhammadan Bengali 
verse.] pp. 212. ^f^irTSI v^Vi» [Calcutta, 1879.] 8' 



TANTRAS. vS^>l1<ls [Tantrasara, a Sanskrit work 
compiled from various Tantras with commentaries 
and explanations of ritual, and Bengali interpreta- 
tions by Chandrakumara Tarkalaiikara.] Pts. 1-25. 
<t(s1<t-t4l 'iW5> [Calcutta, 1879, etcJ] 4°. 
In progress. 

TARACHARANA DEVA. 5rf5R^[T?rf^ I etc. 

[Miidhavasulochana, a romance founded on the 

Kriyayogasara, a section of the Padmapurana.] pp. 
70. " ^^fwra ^5i.:>s. [Calcutta, 1862.] 8°. 

TARADHANA TARKABHUSHANA. WT^-^ItS 

<pt<j I [Aryacharita. A Bengali novel intended to 
show the hardships Bengalis imdergo at the hands 
of native officials.] Pt. I. pp. 190. *fo1*l41 ^^0?» 

[Calcutta, 1880.] 8°, 



TARAKACHANDRA CHUDAMANI. Tr«>r#t 
•llb<? I [Sapatnl nataka. A drama on the evils 
of polygamy.] Pt. I. pp. 147. ^twTSl 'ifc'ia 
[Calcutta, 1857.] 8°. 

TARAKANATHA CHAKRAVARTi. TTS^-JT^^ 
■=^?fTr5T ^3T«,'yr^^ TT^^rpf I [Satsahge svargaviisa, 
asatsarige sarvanasa. " In good companionship is 
our heaven ; in evil, our perdition." A tract.] 
pp. 20. ^fm\T\ Wi^T- [Calcutta, 1871.] 12^ 

TARAKANATHA DATTA. See PERIODICAL 

PuBLK'ATioNs. — Calcutta. sr^r<rT5f I [Dhannariija. 
A Hindu monthly magazine. Edited by T. D.] 
[1853-55.] 12". 

— — ■5:=r« *ffi5^ I [Sulabha patrika. Edited 

by T. D.] [1853.] 8°. 



TARAKANATHA GANGOPADHYAYA. "^eierei I 
[Svarnalata. A tale illustrative of Bengali life 
and manners.] 3rd edition, pp. 386. Bhouanipui; 
1881. 12". 



105 



TARAKANATHA VISVASA. f?f1ysn I [Girija. 
xV love story.] pp. 42. *T=1*T-41 [Calcutta, 1881.] 12°. 

TARAKUMARA KAVIRATNA. /SceBHAVABHUTI. 

^^<l<ltiJ[>r<i i srfw I etc. [Uttararamacharita nataka. 
Translated into Bengali by T. K.] [1871.] 8°. 

TARANATHA TARKAVACHASPATI BHATTA- 
CHARYA. ?tT?rat-£t^?1 [ Gayatrlprakarana, a 
lecture on the Gilyatrl.] See CALcrxTA. — Ari/d- 
vartaritisamsthdpani Sahhd. ^ItiJUsflPa '^IJ'^'T^ 
TTSl etc. [Brahman j'opayukta mantra vyakhva, etc.'] 
[1871.] 8°. 

14 



TAR— TEK 



TAEANATHA TARKAVACHASPATI BHATTA- 
CHARYA. Src I'rii'^NAS. — ^';lyuJ)lll•a^a.— 6V///(/W(?- 
hdtmiiu. flUfrr^lirJ^ etc. [The Gayamahntmj'a, with 
a Bengali translation by T. T. Bh.] [18G6.] 8°. 

^fJrf^sTWfif^flf^? etc- [Gayasrilddhadipaddliati. 



On funeral ceremonies, especially those performed at 
Gaya. A compilation in Sanskrit from different 
I'uvanas, with a Bengali translation.] pp. 205. 
^U^\^\ -iss^o ^Calcutta, 18G6.] 8°. 



^^ftlT I [Vakyamaiijarl. A treatise on the gram- 
matical princiijlos of Sanskrit composition.] pp. 46. 
^smn ^s-^-i [Cukutta, 1854.] 12°. 

2nd edition, pp. 36. ^fwTSl •iS)Ob \_Cakutta, 

1880.] 12°. 

TARANGINI DASI. ^^fir^H Trt2n I [Sugrlva- 
milaua yiitra. A drama on the story of Sugrlva, 
the monkey king who assisted Riima in recovering 
Sita.] pp.56. ^^r5l^^V5,[rr//(7f)'/«, 1879.] 12". 

TARASANKARA TARKARATNA. See JoHNSON 
(S.) LL.D. Rasselas. A free translation by^ T. T. 
1857. 12'. 

See Yaxa Bhatta. Kadambari, translated 

from the original Sanskrit by Tara Shaukar Tarka- 
ratna. 1853. 8°. 

A Prize essay on Hindu female education . . . 

■g^'»fC'=l? fwrf*f^ I [Striganer vidyilsiksha.] pp. 58. 
Calcutta, 1851. 12°. 

TARINEE CHARAN CHATTERJEA. See Tari- 
nTciiarana Chattopadhy.Iya. 

TARINiCHARANA CHAKRAVARTI. See Stowe 
(H. E. B.), Mrs. ^ «rr?1 etc. [Tam khuro. 
"Pictures and stories from Uncle Tom's cabin," 
freely translated into Bengali prose by T Ch ] 
[1863.] 12°. 

TARINfCHARANA CHATTOPADHYAYA. See 
ClIANDHANATHA MuKIIOrAmiYAVA. ^(^" J f e<i STtiTl I 

[PrasnottaraniiTla. Questions and answers on T. 
Ch.'s History of India, Pt. II.] [1864.] 12°. 

Bharatbarsher Itihas, or History of India in 

Bengali, by Tarinee Charan Chattcrjea . . . from the 
most ancient times ... [to the time of "Warren 
Hastings.] ■»T?4<li:«il sf^^l^r etc. 2 pt. ^^f^r^Tsl 
T>^?.!» ^Calcutta,'] 1859, [1862.] 12°. 



TARINICHARANA CHATTOPADHYAYA. 

»f<l4<)(:ti<l pfsrnr l [Another edition.] 2 pt. 
^ggilM-^, ^r«1<-T^ "iW •i^J.s. \_Krishnag(u; Calcutta, 
1863-62.] 8°. 

IH. I. is of the 4t/i, Pi. II. of the Isi edition. 

a?Tf«T >2JT^'^ I [Bhiigolapravesa. An 

elementary geography.] 7th edition, pp. 56. 
^:gi3sr?r? -iW [Ki-i.-i/iiuiyar, 1863.] 12°. 

sJ^tTcT r<<<i1 I [Bhiigolavivarana. A geo- 
graphy of the world.] 9th edition, pp. ii. 280. 
^9if?f5 ^^1' [lu-i.s/iiHigar, 1863.] 12°. 

28th edition, pp. vi. 300. ^cK-Iit ■iV'iV 



ICalcutta, 1878.] 12°. 

31st edition, pp. vi. 290. ^fwTsl 'iW'i 



[Calcutta, 1881.] 12°. 

TARINICHARANA VASAKHA. TT^-srmi I 
[Sai'igltamiilii. Tantric songs.] pp. iii. 62. ^fcT^TSl 
^'tVl [Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 

TARINICHARANA VASU CHAUDHURI. 

Shaubhankari A'rya. C^Ta^tt -»i|»iJ) I [An elemen- 
tary arithmetic, founded on the versified method of 
Subhankara.] 2nd edition, jjp. vi. 104. ^ftT^T^ 
^^Va [Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

TATTVABODHA. f^Ttt^ S^ C<r\K etc. [Tattva- 
bodha, with Bengali translation by Killlchandra 
Liihidi.] pp.27. Sansk. and Heiiff. ^«Tr^^C? ^ V'a 
[Bha'wauipui; 1883.] 8°. 

TATTVABODHINi SABHA. H »jfvt; yf<r "^-^^l I 
^^C?lf*f^t ^r»1 I [Sabhyadiger vaktritii. A collec- 
tion of sermons delivered by different members of 
the TattvabodhinI Sabhii, a society for Theistic 
reform, from the 21 Dec. 1839, to 4 June 1840.] 
pp. 34. ^^T^ :><i5.0 [Calcutta, 1841.] 8°. 

TEJASCHANDRA VIDYANANDA. See 
Periodical Publications. — Calcutta, 'i^f^f'l I ete. 
[The Brahmana. A monthly paper, edited bj' 
T. v.] [1884,'f/c.] 4°. 

TEKCHANDA THAKURA, pf<euil. [i.e. PyarT- 
ciianda Mitra.] See HTr.Il.Ila ^Ihra. M'\rA\M^ 
^m fedtd srf^^ I [Aliller gharer duliil niitaka. 
A dramatised version of a novel by T. Th.] 
[1869.] 12°. 

"^T^nr^ i)i<l<) ^r^iT I [Aliiler gharer duliil. 

A novel illustrative of the manners and customs of 
Hindu society.] pp. 180. Calcutta, 1858. 12°. 

The English title of this novel as given in the English 
translation appearing in the Journal of the National Indian 
Association fur July, 1882, etc., is " The Sjjoilt Hog." 



106 



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TEKCHANDA THAKUEA, p/tnwL [i.e. PyarT- 
CHANDA MiTRA.] "^^ST^? I [Gltilukura. Yedantist 
hymns.] pp.16. ^vT^T^^^5>v[r:W/e««rt,1861.] 8'. 

WTf «rf-8in ■^ Iff? 'Srr^ «rT^^ f% ^«Tf? I [ilada 



khaoj'a bara day. A tale of Bengali life illustrating 
the evil consequences of drunkenness.] pp. 62. 
^^T^tSl :>^^5» [Calcutta, I860.] 12=. 



[Another copy.] 



2nd edition, pp. 62. 

1863.] 12°. 



*r«1<t-l4l ^^5>;» [Calcutta, 



?T5TT?f8?^ I (Ramarunjika by Tekchand 

Thackoor, etc.) [A series of papers written with 
the view to the moral and intellectual training of 
Hindu females ; containing notices of several illus- 
trious women of ancient and modern times.] pi^. ii. 
9-1. Calcutta, 1860. 12°. 

{it'ltilfs?^ I [Riimaranjika. Dialogues on 



female education.] pp. 94. ^fwTal V^5»'i [Calcutta, 

I860.] 8". 

Another copy of the above, lut without English title-page and 
preface. 

TEKCHANDA THAKUBA, Junior. ^f^t^M? 
^(^^nf? I [Kalikatar mikochuri.] The mysteries 
of society in Calcutta [amongst educated Bengali 
Babus] ... by Tek Chand Thakoor, junior. Pt. I. 
pp. vi. 128. Calcutta, 1869. 12'. 

THAKTJRADASA TAEKACHUDAMANI. See 
VisvANATiiA MiTRA. ''STfs tf*^«l I [Smritidarpana. 
ReVised by Th. T.] [1858.] 8°. 

THOMAS (Joseph Wilson). See Bible. — Old 
Testament. — Psalms. '^t^S^'if^^ The Psalms . . . 
[translated by J. W. T.] 1881. 16°. 

TIN CURRY GHOSAUL. See TlNKADi Ghoshala. 

TINKADI GHOSHALA. Shabetree-Shuttoban- 
Geetabheenoy [i.e. Savitri Satyaviin gltilbhinaya. 
A drama] by Tin Curry Ghosaul. >Itr<v|t Tf^T^ 
■sft^Tf^^ 1 pp. 56. Calcutta, 1866. 12°. 

TINKADI VISVASA. ^SffsSTO^lt STf^^ I [Abhi- 
mauyubadha niitaka. A drama on the destruction 
of Abhimanyu.] 2nd edition, pp. 48. fl-Isi^l^l 
^^VV [Calcutta, 1882.] 12°. 

*ir«*J*'J<S( JTT^I 1 [Abhimanj'ubadha yatra. 



The above remodelled as a yatra.] 5th edition, pp. 
44. 'iU<-\M -iWr^l [Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 



TINKADI VISVASA. 6th edition, pp. 36. < -[''^ 'i ^^\ 
-iK^rt, [Calcutta, 1882.] 8°. 

(ifciw HT^n I [Babhruvahana yuddha. A di'ama on 
the battle between Arjuna and his son Babhruva- 
hana.] pp.70. ^IwfTl i%.V5. [(7afc««rt, 1880.] 12°. 

[Dakshayajfia yatra. A drama on the story of the 
sacrifice performed by king Daksha.] 3rd edition, 
pp. 72. Calcutta, 1881. 12°. 

fSl^rft? <14J?.?t ?rr^ I [Draupadir vastra- 

harana yatra. A drama on the disrobing of 
DraupadI by Duryodhana.] 3rd edition, pp. 70. 
<-r^<t- T3l ^\VV [Calcutta, 1881.] 12°. 

4th edition, pp. 70. ^f^T^fSl '>\}r-i> [Calcutta, 

1881.] 12°. 

^St(:»J<1 ■?^9- ^<1&T<1 sTST? I [Gajaner vrihat 

tarjar larai. A collection of Tarja songs in use 
during the Charakpuja festival.] 5 pt. pp. ii. 116. 
<^rg|<l?k l ^J^vi [Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 

SrtlJq grait TTt^ I [Jayadrathabadha yiltra. A 

drama founded on an episode in the Mahiibharata.] 
2nd edition, pp. 50. Calcutta, 1881. 

■ <^ t f>J^ <-VX? •rf^ I [Kiiminl Kumiira nataka. 

A dramatic adaptation of a popular romance, in six 
acts.] 3rd edition, pp. 108. ^f^TTTSl ^^V-l [Calcutta, 
1879.] 12°. 

4th edition, pp. 95. Calcutta, 1881. 12°. 



cl^«l <t«^*< TfW 1 [Lakshmana varjana 

niitaka. A drama on the expulsion of Lakshmana 
by his brother Riima.] 2nd edition, pp. 56. 
^cr^:5l "i^VV [Calcutta, 1881.] 12°. 

cT^STJt? '^f^r*r5T Trfsn l [Lakshmaner saktisela 

yiitrii. A drama on the encounter between 
Lakshmana and Riivana.] pp. 70. ^IwTSI ^'i.Vi 
[Ca/c«^/a,"l880.] 12°. 

fira^Ttf ^< ^Tf^ I [ileghaniidabadha yiitrii. 



A drama on the destruction of Meghaniida by 
Lakshmana, during the wars between Rilma and 
Riivana.] 3rd edition, pp. 72. <p1wP51 'i^W 
[Calcutta, 1881.] 12°. 

TiTfeft - >I *J <1 r*' ^rrsfl ' [Savitri Satyaviin 

yatra. A drama on the popular story of Siivitri 
and Satyavan.] pp. 56. ^IWTSl "i^V-l [Calcutta, 
1880.] 'l2°. 



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TINKADI VISVASA. •^frtlt <TW^ £fZT^ [Sltar 
patillapravesa. A drama on Sltii's second ordeal, and 
her descent into the lower regions.] 4tli edition, 
pp. 48. ^fwTsl :>^lrS) [Calcutta, 1882.] 12^ 

3?li | <l ^-J^IH « W^ ^T*r? Tl'% 5rr&^ I [Sltiir 



vanavasa nataka. A drama on tlic exile of Sita.] 
Second edition, pp. 96. ^fsTTTSl ^^V5» [Calcutta, 
1879.] 12". 

3rd edition, pp. 96. ^sl^til "i^V-l [Calcutta, 



1880.] 8"=. 

[Sumbha Nisumbha badha yiitra. A drama on the 
slaughter of the demons Sumbha and Nisumbha.] 
Second edition, pp. 70. ^STTTTl ^^V1 [Calcutta, 
1881.] 12°. 

TIPPERAH, Native State of. Independent Tipperah 
Law Reports. [Judgment passed by Sambhuchandra 
Mukhopadhya3'u on the 13th Oct. 1879, in a 
criminal case, the Maharaja Bahadur v. Ilaji and 
others.] pp. 15, 19. Engl, and Beng. Calcutta, 
[1880.] 12°. 

TIRTHA. %ZV^ fTr?«l . . . <t^If*r 5l^T5t(:«f? 
7 € 1 -)3 I [Tlrther vivarana. A description in verse 
of 15 places of Ilindu pilgrimage, cxjiosing the evil 
practices prevalent at them.] pp. 123. *fc1<tf-4j 
T.\5i' [Calcutta, 1853.] 12°. 

TORRENS (Henry). Spp Arabian Nights. <ii^- 
fsf^ TT?;^ fsif»r U^ V "5rf?Tlir ^^Krm . . . [Ekadhika 
sahasra nisi. The thousand and one nights trans- 
lated from the English of E. W. Lane and partly of 
H. T.] 1850. 8^ 

TOWNLEY (Henry), Missionary. C^T^ '^^ TfsT- 
wtTT I [Kon Sastra mananTya, or What Scriptures 
should be regarded ? A Christian tract in the form 
of a dialogue between a Christian and a Hindu.] 
l)p. 8. [Seramjmr, 1820 ?] 12°. 

TVliat Scriptures should be regarded. (Tf^ 

*rT^ Jrr^^trr l [Another edition.] pp. 12. Calcutta 
Christian Tract and Book Society, 1836. 12°. 



Pundit and Sirkar. .i)^ 'gt^ 'tf'SrS? nf^ A lil^ 

W^ *i<i<pU<i<i ^?rf<^«f5T I [Eka jana panditer sahita 
kathopakathana. A Christian tract in the form of a 
dialogue.] 2nd edition, pp. 16. Calcutta Christian 
Tract and Book Society, [1835 ?] 12". 



TRAILOKYANATHA BHATTACHARYA. ^ftT^ 
#r^ (MIW CS^ I [Gachhe kiinthal, goijpe tel, or 
"A jackfruit on the tree, oil on the beard." A 
Bengali proverb on " building castles in the air." 
Short talcs in prose and verse.] pp. 21. ^-Hnt-I s| 
:»*>V [Calcutta, 1863.] 12°. 

TRAILOKYANATHA DASA. Key to Poetical 
selections. Part I. by T. N. Dass, etc. pp. 42. 
Calcutta, 1879. 12°. 

TRAILOKYANATHA DATTA. C^EPTf^t^ ^rf^ I 
[Premiidhlnl. A drama in prose and verse.] pp. 97. 
Calcutta, 1866. 12°. 

TRAILOKYANATHA GHOSHALA. ^t Tr#|-5 I 

[Kunthusaiiglta. Lessons in singing, according ((j 
the Hindu sj-stem.] Pt. I. pp. iii. 12. <-[r:\<-\ii\ 
^^b-V [Calcutta, 1881.] 8°. 

TRAILOKYANATHA VARATA. A Pronouncing, 

Etjnnological and Pictorial Dictionarj- of the English 

and of the Bengali language. Calcutta, 1881, etc. 4°. 

From No. 22 bearing the title " Barat's . . . Dictionary." 

TUCKER (Charlotte), Miss. Daybreak in Britain. 
[A tale by Miss C. T., translated into Bengali.] 
^?^^ C?r*f if^tfF^tTWir I [Imland dese dharmaruno- 
daya.] pp. 153. Calcutta, 1857. 8". 

TUCKER (Henry Carre). fTI?;^!? C^rMwr^r? 
"ZjSV^ iT"r5T'<t "^"S^ [Yihiidlya lokadiger vrittauta.] 
A brief account of the Jews, comprehending the 
period from the Creation, to the dispersion of the ten 
tribes of Israel. Books first and second. Abridged 
by H. C. T. Translated for the Calcutta Christian 
School -Book Society. pp. iii. 257. Calcutta, 
1845. 12°. 

TURKOCHURAMONY (J. N.). See YogTndra- 

NATHA TaRKACHUdImANI. 

TURNER (Sharon). See Krishnamohana Van- 

dyoi'adhvava. Biography, containing the lives of 
. . . Alfred (from T.'s "Hist, of the Anglo-Saxons"), 
etc. 1847. 12°. 

UDASiNA SATYASRAVA, pseud, [i.e. Ramaku- 
mara Bhattacharya]. ^klHt^ ■JrsjvSfTT? '^^TT 
^55r<l I [UdasTna Satyasravar Asambhramana. Travels 
in Assam, containing a description of the country, 
its agriculture, trade, and inhabitants.] pp. ii. 136. 
Calcutta, [1881.] 8°. 

UDAYACHANDA DATTA. Sec Madhava, Son of 
Indukara. Nidana . . . translated into Bengali by 
Udoy Chand Dutt, etc. [1880.] 8°. 



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TJDAYACHANDRA ADHYA. See Bramley (M. 

J.)- <-N*T4rf ^^^^'^'^*rmi YT'tsfir?' . . . *it(:<iiT<i i 

[Address to the students of the Medical College, 
Calcutta, delivered by M. J. Bramley. Translated 
by TJ. A.] [1836.] ' 8^ 

UDAYAKRISHNA DATTA. ■^?rr5T TTl^ I [Bhii- 
golasara. A comprehensive geography, in the form 
of a catechism.] 2nd edition, pp. 126. ^fsT^T^ 'iVIfe 
\_Cakutta, 1879.] 12^ 

UDOY CHAND DUTT. See Udayachanda Datta. 



UKKHOY COOMAR BUTT. 
Datta. 



See Akshatakumara 



UMACHARANA BHATTACHARYA. -gr^mst "5^- 
^^P'P?^ I «)<•( ■^^ I [Jagauniitha Tarkapauchauana 
jlvanavritta. A short sketch of the life of Ja- 
gannatha Tarkapafichanana, the commentator on 
Hindu Law.] pp. 60. jj^ 'iV-V \_ChitmiraIi, 
1880.] 8°. 



UMACHARANA CHATTOPABHYAYA. ftsfTTf- 
TT^ ^rfw I [Vidhavodvaha nataka. A drama in 



5 acts on the subject of Hindu widow-marriage.] 
pp. ii. ii. 252. ^fwTri 'i'i'iV [Calciitfa, 1856.] 12^ 

UMACHARANA BE. ^^rSTl "^Wt? vST^I I [Agatya 
svlkara. The reluctant consent, or the evils of 
Hindu marriage institutions. A drama.] pp. ii. 61. 
<-r^<t-lA | ^^5iv [Caktiffa, 1861.] 12=. 

Domestic medicine and treatment of diseases 

. . . ^t^^J ftf^t>r| f^Kt^ I [Gilrhasthya chikitsiivi- 
dhiina.] Yol. II. Second edition. Calcutta, 1880. 



UMACHARANA MUKHOPABHYAYA. 5^T*r«t? 
U|^|-4|J I F^^rfsr I [Chandrasekhara mahatmya. A 
treatise in verse on the worship of the image of Siva, 
called Chandrasekhara, on the Chandranatha hill in 
Chittagong, describing the peculiarities of various 
Saiva sects, and famous pilgrimages, and containing 
extracts from the Puriinas on Siva-worship, with 
accompanying Bengali translations.] pp. ^-iii. 264. 
Calcutta, 1880. 8°. 

UMACHARANA SENA GUPTA. See Aghora- 
CHAXDRA Dasa Ghosha. a^g^Tf ^g'sit^fd etc. 
[Mrityunjaya aushadhiivali. A work on the treat- 
ment of various diseases. Compiled with the assist- 
ance of U. S. G.] [1880.] 12^ 

UMACHARANA TRIVEBI. snr^nSTf^ft I [Madana- 
miidhuri. A love story in verse.] pp. iv. 86. 
^U<^\i>\ ^-iV [Calcutta, 1858.] 12". 



UMAKANTA CHATTOPABHYAYA. If'ft'T^ I 
[Dandiparva, or The story of king Dandl, and the 
njTnph Urvasl. In verse.] pp. iv. 121. <tfc|*t4l 
:>^V^ [Cakuita, 1879.] 12^ 

'UMAR SHAH. i \ W(.^U C^^CVV-*-* [TanblH al- 
Miiminln. Religious advice in Muhammadan Ben- 
gali verse, founded on Arabic traditional and other 
sources, with occasional Arabic quotations and 
Hindustani interpretations.] pp. 160. TTtTI \_Dacca, 
1880.] 8°. 

UMESACHANBRA BHATTACHARYA. ?PrTf^- 
Z^^ srfw I [Ramiibhisheka nataka. A drama in five 
acts on the exile of Riima.] pp. 121. 4r^<» f A l ^^V(t 

[Calcutta, 1878.] 8^ 

^l»)4i<l>i ?rf:5l I [Riimavanavasa yatril. A 

drama on the exile of Rama.] pp. 4-1. ^fwTsl ^^V^ 
[Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

Differing from the preceding. 

<i|w<«(<|ji 5rr&^ [Ramavanavasa nataka. A 



duplicate of the preceding, except that the word 
"nataka" is substituted for " yatra " in the title.] 
[Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

UMESACHANBRA_ CHATTOPABHYAYA. 
'=5rf?3ViTy'viri|.fl I [Asusamviddayinl. A Bengali 
novel by U. Ch., assisted by Kediiranatha Yidyava- 
chaspati.] pp. vii. ii. 275. ^fsT^Tal 'iJ*^^ [Calcutta, 
1865.] 8°. 

The ilirror of the heart. "^W^ lf<>f«i i [Hri- 

dayadarpana. Translated from the English by U. 
Ch.] pp. 76. Calcutta, 1864. 16=^. 

UMESACHANBRA BATTA. See RlniiARANi 
LahidT. >*R^-!Tf3^ I [Prabandha latika. Moral 
essays, edited by U. D.] [1880.] 12". 

UMESACHANBRA GUPTA KAVLRATNA. See 
SoMADEVA Bh.a,tta. ^«n-Tff?«.-Trrff? I [The Eathil- 
saritsagara translated by U. G. K.] 1879. 8°. 

UMESACHANBRA GUPTA VIBYARATNA. 
<lw(-«<i-ftf*Wl I [Yiichyantara-dlpika. A treatise 
on Sanskrit syntax.] pp. 72. sjtJJJ»ir>i°^ ^b-V-> 
[Maimansinh, 1881.] 12°. 

<JJl<t-<IW^^ I [Yyakaranamanjusha. A Ben- 
gali grammar for the use of schools.] pp. ii. 195. 
it?sisjr^??: VVV [Maimansinh, 1880.] 12^ 



Third edition, pp. 

[Maimansinh, 1882.] 12". 



180. »lii;j^r>1?^ :(\vs, 



109 



UME— VAL 



UMESACHANDEA MITRA. f^5Rl f^Tf?- STf^ I 
[Vidhaviivivaha nHtaka. A drama in support of 
Hindu widow-marriages.] 2nd edition, pp. ii. iv. 
131. "«<lHt^<l vl'iS) lli/idiniiiipiir, 1857.] 8^ 

3rd edition, pp. vi. ii. 1-53. ^fwT^ ^^la 



[Cdlciitfa, 18G8.] 12°. 

UMESACHANDRA VISVASA. ^;^-^^5Tr I ^t- 
ifTT^T I [Kutlrakusuma, or The Cottage flower. A tale 
of ^luhammadan oppression.] pp. 118. STTWff^I?^ 
■i^tva [Jlaimaimn/i, 1878.] 12°. 

UPANISHADS. -iJtr^^lir-^ ACflCVinf^^^ I fsi?^- 
^5f^S53Tf?ft T«| ^"pTS >£r^Tf*r5 I [The Aitareya 
TJpanishad. Sanskrit text and commentary, with a 
Bengali translation of the text by Mahesachandra 
Pnia.] Vol. I. rt. 1. ^fsmrl' ■iVO \_Calcutta, 
1882, etc.l 8°. 

In progress. 

yeiC^irt? ^i^f*^!^^"*- l [Kathopanishad, pub- 
lished in a Bengali translation by the Tattvabodhinl 
SabhS.] pp.41. ^fcT^r5l^'i!»^[CW(»;'/f/, 1840.] 8°. 



J]i'!/I)i. tr^ ipidji 



T^ ?t5Ti£i 



^"^ ?T^ 



?rS3 ^'fjiyl '■''<■• [The Katha Upanishad, on the nature 
and existence of the soul, translated into Bengali.] 
pp. 31. ICalcutta, 1850 ?] 8°. 

Wanting title-2>agc. 



Bi'fiiti. 



F? 4cri<i<-t<r ^nfsf^w? »Nt r<i<i<i i 



. . . ^n Ct^ [The Talavakiira or Kena Upanishad 
in Sanskrit, with a commentary in Bengali by 
Riimamohana Haya.] pp. 17. ^V-^5> \_Cakutta, 
1816.] 8°. 

Begin. ^^Tf^ faTf^Jf^ >4'9ti*(c^<i ^iT?f1 i>9l '^3T«» 

[The Yajurvedlya or Isa Upanishad in Sanskrit, 
with a commentary in Bengali and inti-oductory 
preface by Riimamohana Riiya.] pp. 20, 4, 13. ^Vi5> 
[Cakuffa, 1816.] 8°. 

UPENDRACHANDRA MITRA. See Govixda- 
DASA, Kavin'ija. o»«isy<i al<<?| [Bhaishajyaratna- 
yali, with U. M.'s Bengali translation.] [1879.] 8°. 

#tT=f-^iTj| •)lS<t I [Jivanatara niitaka. A 



dramatic adaptation by U. M. of Basikachandra 
Riiya's poem " Jlvanatiirii."] 4th edition, pp. 72. 
^f^TTSl ^5s.vv \_Calcufla, 1881.] 12°. 



«wft?T5f I etc. [PrithvTraja. A historical 



novel.] pp. vi. 180. ^^T«1 \_C'alcutta, 1880.] 8' 



UPENDRALALA VASU. f»r^-ft1%«-^ [Sisuchi- 
kitsii. Diseases of children, and their treatment.] 
rt. I. pp. 97. Calcutta, 1866. 12°. 

UPENDRANATHA DE. fSTT? olTT? I [Ghf)ra iyiir. 
Tlio story of a continued drunkard.] Pt. I. pp. 11. 
^fIwTSI :>fe^° ICalcutta, 1863.] 12°. 

UPENDRANATHA VIDYABHtJSHANA. .See 
ValmTki. TifF3f ^TSTTTiq I [The Iliimayana, trans- 
lated into prose by U. V.] [1882, etc.'] 8°. 

VACCINATION. c^^-'riK^-^m^ fT<r?«i -frt^y^ 

f^^Tf^ . . . WW} ^T? II [Voksinesj-aner vivarana. 
The nature and benefits of vaccination.] pp. 17, 
nth. ^Calcutta? 1855?] 8". 

VAIDYANATHA SARVABHAUMA. 

Begin. « 5W§ f*r?T? II <\-y.'^\V '^r<I<l1»I "QlllTJr >9^ I 
[page 6] *nrnr<r <rfrjrl srf^ ^?PTl^<^T^Tf«T i [Asaucha- 
pilnchilli. A treatise in verse on the rules for ^^uri- 
fication from legal impurities, translated from the 
Sanskrit of V.S.] pp.iv.58. [ft//<-M«a? 1808?] 8°. 
No title-page. 

VAIKUNTHACHANDRA NATHA. fVStTSt^ 
bl<t><-r<-4t<( '?JT<tJl I [Dvitlyabhiiga Charukavitar 
vyiikhyil. A key to Ilarischandra Mitra's Chilru- 
kavitii.Pt.ii.] pp. G8. FW Vvv^ [Z'mr/,1881.] 12°. 



VAIKUNTHANATHA DATTA. -Sec MADiiusi;- 

DANA DaTIA (M.). idSllSf*!! ^Ft^J . 

kSvya. Edited by V. D.] [1861.] 



. [Vrajaugaua 

8\ 



VAIKUNTHANATHA VANDYOPADHYAYA. 

See ilAJiAiiiiAKATA. — Bliaguvadgltd. §l"«fl<K>1'l4l 
[The Bhagavadgltii, with a Bengali translation by 
Y. v.] [1879.] 8°. 

VALAICHANDA GOSVAMI. iT^rT 70^^?^^ | 
[Saiiglta siirasamgraha. A selection of songs from 
the writings of JaganniithaiDrasiida Vasu, Rildha- 
mohana Sena and Riimanidhi Gujita. Edited by- V. 
G. with a list of Hindu tunes, showing the periods 
of the day for which they are suitable.] p]}. ii. x. 
80. W^wm :>\V?» [Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 

VALAICHANDA SENA. See V\:n\-s\fi.—Kalki- 
pun'tna. ^f^<Jf?Tl I [The Kalkipuriina, translated 
into verse by V. S.] [1868.] 12°. 

VALLALIKHATA. TWt^ <IT^ TfW I ^f^ f^^ 
sr^t^l '^■'S^ ■Sf^tS I [YaHallkhata niitaka. A drama 
in one act on the evils of pol3'gamy.] iij). 57. 
<-rg| <- ' ra 'iX'iS ICalcutta, 1867.] 12°. 



110 



VAL— VAN 



VALMIKI. 

Eamayaxa. — Sniisl,-rif and Bengali. 
Tfc^tft? ?'Wir«l ■-Sfrrit't-T^ (-^5r|?«iJTf^?) [TheEama- 
yana, Kaudas I. -III., Sanskrit text, with a Bengali 
paraphrase by Yadunatha Nyayapafichiinana, and 
partly by Nandakumara Kaviratna.] <fri<t-l«l 'iS>'i!> 
[Ca/cidfa, 1859-68.] 8°. 

^TTlTTI? efc. [The Adikilnda and Ayodhyii- 



kilnda of the Ramayana. Sanskrit text, and a 
Bengali prose translation bj- Asutosha Siroratna, and 
Aghoraniitha Tattvanidhi, assisted by Syamacharana 
TattvavagTsa.] 4 vol. ^T^'ilT*? 'i'iW-ftiO \_BurclwaH, 
1866-71.] 8^. 

<l*< | i<U!H I '"^c- [Sanskrit text and com- 



mentary. Edited with a Bengali translation of the 
text by Ilemachandra BhattilchiTrya.] Vol. I.— III. 
^rfWtflT S-sao ^Calcutta, 1868-72.] 8°. 
In progress ? 

Ramayana. — Bengali. 
The Ramayunu, a jDoem in five volumes, 



translated from the original Sangskrit, by Kirtee 
Bass. (^T^ftf^^a <rf^rr?r<l il^K'KJ 1) Serampore, 
1802. 12°. 

Vol. II. contains Icandas 2 and 3, and Vol. III. h'nidas 
4 and 5. Each Vol. has a separate title-page and pagination. 

Tttftfr^^ ?W?«( V^lTlTJ I [Another copy 



of Vol. I. and III. only.] 

Without the English title-page. 

The Ramavun ; translated into Bengalee 



[verse] by Krittee-Bas. (?TTtir«l?) Second edition. 
2 vol. Serampore, 1830-34. 8'. 

Each book has a separate title-page and pagination. 

^'S^^ ?T5mri I [Saptakilnda Rilmiiyana. 



Another edition.] ^ip. vi. 470. ^-fsK-tAl :>^'i'' 
ICalcutta, 1863.] 8°. 

The paginatioti of the 7 hdiidas is continuous. 

<rt?rtir«l ir^^-T'S l [Another edition. Illus- 



trated.] pp. x. 53'J. ^^fwTSI ■i^'ia {Calcutta, 
1868.] 8°. • 

The Ramaj-iin translated into Bengalee by 



Krittebas in Books vii. ST^T^f^ '^T=^tf% ^^ tt?"^ 

■yr^a^^ TtsTtiri i pp- ^"i- -i^-- <-r=i<tt4l •i^t-s. 

\_Cakutta, 1878.] 8\ 

^^9, TT'^^T'S ?TTHr<t I [Another edition.] 



pp. vii. 458. ^^IwT"5l 'i^V-J* ^Calcutta, 1879.] 8". 
[Another edition. Illustrated.] pjj. 624. 



^^T^l V^V-5» \_Calcutta, 1880.] 8° 



[The Ramayana, translated into Bengali prose by 
Jaganmohana Tarkiilaiikara, and edited by Krishna- 
gopala Bhakta.] Pt. 1-16. ^fsf^ni :>\v;j {Calcutta, 
1882, etc.'] 4^ 

In progress. 

Vifb^ TWrri I [A prose translation of the Ril- 
miiyana, with illustrations, commenced by Upendra- 
niitha Vidyiibhiishana, and continued successively 
by Haraprasiida Silstri and Asutosha Chakravartl.] 
Pt. 1-45. ^-fcK-fil ^IVSj {Calcutta, 1882, etc.] 8^ 

In progress. 

Ram.Iyaxa. — Appendix. 

See H.arinatha Nyayaratxa. JtW? '^r?1J- 



■JTHSl 1 [Ramer aranyayatra. The story of Rama's 
exile taken from the Ayodhyiikilnda of the Rilmii- 
yana.] [1870.] 12°. 

See Isaxachandra Bhattaciiarya. Si^TOT? 

W^ <^l-a I [Sririimer janraa vrittanta. A free 
translation of portions of the Adikiinda of the Riimil- 
yana.] [1864.] 8°. 

— — • See Periodical Publicatioxs. — Calcutta. 



TTTf^f ^4^^ I [Sarviirtha pilrnachandra. A monthly 
magazine containing Bengali translations of selec- 
tions from the Ramayana.] [1855-57.] 8°. 

See Sivachandra Sexa. »lt<liTtilt?cl l [.Silra- 



damarigala. An abstract of the Ramayana in verse.] 

[1879.] 8°. 

APPENDIX. 
^#tf% 'SrfTFI I [A'ilkulkipratibhii. A story 



in the form of a play on the conversion of the poet 
Viilmiki from his former profession as a robber.] 
pp. 13. ^fcTTTSI :>V'^ {Calcutta, 1881.] 8°. 

VAMSiVADANA CHATTOPADHYAYA. ^5?:?«t 
^5(Tr^st ■^rra I [>Sui-atha Sudhanviibadha yiltril. A 
drama on the slaying of Suratha and Sudhanvii bj' 
Arjuna.] pp.68. ^fS^TTl^^va [C«/o/«<r,1879.] 8°. 

fwr??7ir<[ ^Tliirs-lil I [Vidyiisundara gltii- 



bhinaya. A dramatic adaptation of Bharatachandra 
Riiya's poem, the Vidyiisundara.] pp. 140. <fr«i<r-l4l 
:>^va {Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

VANA BHATTA. Kadambari, translated from the 
original Sanskrit [romance of V. Bh.] by Tara 
Shankar Tarkaratna .... <-Hf^|l "5:5^71^ 7T?^ 
•SSX^ ^sr^Tflt I 8th edition, pp. 147. Calcutta, 
1803. 8^. 



HI 



VAX— YED 



VANA BHATTA. <HltiJ^ fTTf? f^ X^^tt ? [Ka- 
(liimbailr vivillia ki sainvundlui? A diainalii' adapta- 
tion of V. 15h.'s Kadambail.] pp. o5. <tr«I<-T41 >\V5» 
[Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 

VANAKUSUMA. ^R-^^^TT I n^-Sf^ I [Vanaku- 
suma, or Wild flowers. Short miscellaneous poems.] 
pp. 112. ^f%¥T<5l ^^V-o [Calcutta, 187G.] 8^. 

VANAMALI DASA. ??"«. ^5?^t? WS\9 I [Vrihat 
taijar larai. ^Mythological and legendary stories in 
tarjil verse.] -ith edition, pp. 84. <'fcn<t-l-»l ^^V-5> 
{Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

VANAMALI GHOSHA. .8'<'eBEATTiE(J.). Beattie's 
Minstrel, translated into Bengali by Bonomally 
Ghosc. [1866.] 12^ 

VANAVAEILALA GOSVAMI. TT^-^ •^V^HT? 
TpJTS I [Kavyahara, or A garland of poems.] pp. 
117. <t-r^<t- r A l ^Xb-V- [Calcutta, 1881.] 12°. 

VANAVARILALA RAYA. Stllt^Jt I ^«r|^ f%?:^1t?? 
ofA ^'g f?r*f? I [Jayiivatl, or the Princess of Chittore. 
A historical tale in verse.] pp. 240. ^I<i| 'i^^^ 
[Uoicrah, 1865.] 12°. 

?. t)^^A t ^tW 1 [KumudvatI niltaka. A drama 



in six acts.] pp. 156. *[el*T*l 'iJs^a [Calcutta, 
1868.] 12°. 

VANGACHANDRA CHANDRA. gT^ft^-Ki al<r-<i I 
-^rsrl?. ^bfglA ■?JU?ir<l* "i;Z^tT«T l [Bhilgolaratnii- 
kara. Geography of the world.] pp. viii. IGO. 
<.r^<t- [ A l ^Si.!^5. [Calcutta, 1869.] 12°. 

VARADAKANTHA TARKALANKARA. <iJ4*J1 
(^■^ I sr^"»nT3np -ac^f^V. ^xr^ I [Vyavasthii- 
kaumudl. A treatise on Hindu religious rites 
and observances. Compiled from various Sanskrit 
authorities by V. T.] pp. xiv. 134. ■??;?^<Jt? ^v^ 
[Berhampur'.md.'] 8=. 

VARADAPRASADA RAYA. ^-STT^^ I ■"TffWyT 
g»*1<-T<J [Jilgratasvapna. Waking dreams, or con- 
solation to the afflicted. A dream related in verse 
and prose.] pp. 48. TTfTl ^^IVb [Dacca, 1864.] 8^ 

VARADAPRASADA VASAKA. Sec Puraxas. — 

Vkhtuipumna. •yrriSf^W I f?^<:C?T«1 I etc. [The 
Yishnupurana, with a translation into Bengali, called 
Vishnvartha-Vaidyanatha, by V. V.] [1868.] 8°. 

VASAKA, Ga . . . Cha . . . ^iHfl&TS ^1 I ^rfW I 
[Parijiitaharana, or The theft of the parijiita tree. 
A mythological drama.] pp. 34. ^r«i<Fial 'iW^ 
[Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 



VASANTA. STrr^ I P? 'iiL<- l fr Wtfwr^f? <Tf^'J ^f^^ I 
[Vasauta, or Tlic Christian convert. A tale for 
Uiudu women.] pp. 179. *rc1*t-4l [Calcutta, 
1868 ?] 12". 

VASANTI. ?TJrft I [VilsantT. Miscellaneous 
poems.] pp. 132. ^fwTsl -iKh-t [Calcutta, 
1880.] 12°. 

VATUVIHARi VANDYOPADHYAYA. f?"^- 
sil^cril •)Jij<t. I . . . . [Ilindumahilii niitaka.] A drama 
on Ilindu females, their condition and helplessness, 
by Butto Behary Bonncrjce. pp. 139. Calcutta, 
1869. 8°. 

VAUGHAN (James). What think ye of Christ? 
. . . ^? (^ ? [Khrishta ke ?] Second edition, pp. 
152. < $r ^<MAl [Calcutta,'] 1880. 12^ 

VECHARAMA CHATTOPADHYAYA. ^t^WV I 
[Grihakarina. Hints on domestic duties.] pp. 54. 
^fwra ViVJ. [Calcutta, 1864.] 16°. 

^°^f^5 *) «?'t4'^ I [Sanglta muktiivall. Philo- 



sophical meditations in verse.] pp. 48. ^f^T^tSl 
^IIV [Calcutta, 1855.] 12'. 

VEDAS. 

Rigveda. — Gayatn. 

fflTTzft^t^l [Gayatrlprakarana, a lecture on the 
Gayatrl by Tariinatha Sarmii.] Sec CALfUTTV. — 
Ari/drarfarltisniiifif/idpaid Sabhd. ^I«lji4e^r»*i?'^- 
n^ TI»1 etc. [1871.] 8°. 

^ttfnfJl [■«■'•] ^irwt^TTJT^ f^sffsf" [Passages 



from the Smritisastras on the recitation of the 
Gayatrl. Sanskrit with a Bengali translation.] 
pp.11. [Calcutta, \%21'^] 8°. 

S.\MA\'EDA. 

Tm^^: 1 [Samaveda, as far as i. 5, 2, 3, 10, Sanskrit 
text and commentary, and a translation of the text 
into Bengali by Satyavrata Siimasramin.] See 
Periodical Publicatioxs. — Benares. TT(? '^r^ f f^'ft 
. . The Hindu Commentator, etc. Xos. 1-40. 
1867-74. 4°. 

f^ TTfsiZWtir Trerf-StZTf^fS l [Siimavedlya 

sandhyilprayoga, A collection of verses from the 
Veda and other sources, used at the sandhyii and 
other ceremonies of the Samavedl Brahmans. With 
explanations in Sanskrit and Bengali.] pp. 21. 
^fsrrfTl -i^vs. [Calcutta, 1883.] 12°. 



112 



VED— YIH 



VEDAS. [SamavedaJ 

^rr^rr^TryrelTTl l f^r-^pHt^n l [The Samhitil of the 
Samaveda according to the KauthumI silkha, with 
the coDimentary of Siiyana. Sanskrit text, edited 
with a translation, notes and essays in Bengali by 
Satyavrata SamasramI ; followed by the Gobhila- 
grihya-sfitra with similar explanatory matter.] Pt. 
1-18. <-r^<t-lAl :>^b-v [Calcutta, 1881, etc.'] 8°. 

Arajvjasamhitd. 
Aranyasanhita of the Samaveda, with ... a 



Bengali translation by Satya Brata Samasrami. 
rnxm ^fflT I f'fr. pp. -jG. Calcutta, 1873. 8°. 

APPENDIX. 

See Mahendkanatha Ghoshala. Trtrt'T?^ i 



etc. [Sararnava. A treatise on Vedic philosophy, 
with numerous quotations from the Yedas,] 
[1879.] 8". 

VENIMADHAVA CHATTOPADHYAYA. ^^f^ 
r<l^f*r irfJT^ 5tY I [Kunjarivilasa. A tale in verse.] 
pp.88. [Ca/c««(?, 1852?] 12^ 

VENIMADHAVA DE AND COMPANY. 
See Chapmax (R. B.) f^f«r^ fTlTF? Wk I etc. 
[Reviniu Border vidhi. Rules of the Calcutta 
Board of Revenue, translated by V. D. and Co.] 
[18G7.] 8^ 

The Revenue Iland-book [for Bengal and the 

North-West Provinces] containing a complete col- 
lection of the laws relative to revenue with an 
historical account of the duties of Boards of 
Revenue, Commissioners, Collectors . . . and . . . 
OlEcers employed in the Revenue Department . . . 
Compiled and translated by Bancy ^ladhub Dey & 

Co. (c?f^f^ c?;^-!!^ 1 ^«fi«^ ?tsr^f3^ir^ fsHwr^ i) 

pp. xxviii. 1000, 68. Calcutta, 186G. 8°. 

VENIMADHAVA DEVA DASA. »ryT q V g'U^ I 
[Sabdarthamuktavali. A Sanskrit-Bengali Diction- 
ary, compiled by V. D. D., assisted by Nandaku- 
miira Kaviratna.] pp. 19, i. lo4G. *r«1<t-f4l 'i'it-V- 
ICukutta, 1866.] 4°. 

VICTORIA, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland. 

See GOPALACHAXDRA MlKHOPADHVAVA. f%^C^Tf?in- 

<ii8i'^ti . . . Victoria Rajsuya, or The history of the 
Imperial assemblage at Delhi ... to celebrate the 
assumption of the title of Empress of India by Her 
Majesty the Queen, etc. [1880.] 8". 



VIDHANABHABATA. f^SftTsf^ I [Yidhana- 
bharata. A poem expounding the religious teach- 
ings of the Brahma Samiij, with brief notices of 
Buddha, Moses and Christ as teachers of previous 
dispensations.] Pt. II. pp. 166. ^IwTsl 'iVO 
[Calcutta, 1881.] 8^ 

Wanting Pt. I. 

VIDYADARIDEADALANI. f?Wftfrf?^5W^ I 
[Yidyudiiridradalanl. Tales in verse on the advan- 
tages of education.] pp. ii. 84. ^fwfTl \iyrO 
[Calcutta, 1861.] 12^. 

VIDYAPATI. See Aruxodaya Ghosha. S|®*nr- 
<t-=^ 4<p.ir^o I etc. [Padakalpataru. A collection 
of poems from the works of Y. and others.] 
[1866.] obi. 8°. 

frwfrfs ^^'S ^nn^f^T I [Padavali. An anno- 



tated edition of V.'s poetical works, by Akshaya- 
chandra Sarkiir.] pp. 220. JJj^ ^^Va [Chinsurah, 

1878.] 8°. 

Ryt^fl^ ^W^Hl 1 [An expurgated edition. 



Edited with a biographical sketch of the poet's life, 
and copious notes, by Saradacharana Mitra.] pp. ii. 
xxxvi. 163. ^fWrsl :>\va [Calcutta, 1879.] 12^ 

The introduction teas translated into English bg G. A. 
Grierson in the 'Indian Antiqtiary^ for July, 1885. 



filH-g; fwf<^ <tr'94*6^* '^°:Wi Tn:<& ^??f- 



^^51 ^tF5"^T^ I [The Purushapariksha, or Col- 
lection of moral tales, translated from the Sanskrit 
of Y., by Haraprasada Riiya.] pp. 273. Sl<rf?f<JC? 
•iVitt [Serampur, 1815.] 8°. 

[Another edition.] pp. 242. sT^I^ 'iV^i 



[London, 1826.] 8°. 

<JC^**tl1^1 1 [The Purushapariksha, translated 



113 



by Haraprasada Raya. A revised edition.] pp. iii. 
185. <-U<- \ t \ [Calcutta, 1866?] 8°. 

VIHAEILALA BHADUDI. See BccK (H.). 
t«*JS!J-'5^ I [Bhaishajyatattva. A work on homoeo- 
pathy translated by Y." Bh.] [1881.] 8^. 

VIHASiLALA CHAKRAVAETI. 7r#^5-»r5^ I 
[Sarigltasataka. One hundred miscellaneous poems.] 
pp. 185. ' ^f^m^ ^\5.s, [Calcutta, 1862.] 32°. 

■^'^fTT^ I [Svajjnadarsana. Famine, the ruin 

of Bengal. A dream.] pp. 38. ^f^TTf^ 'i^'ia 
[Calcutta, 1858.] 12^ 

15 



Yin— VI X 



VIHABILALA CHAKRAVARTI. TS^T^ft I 
[Vaiigasundarl. A poem descriptive of Bengali 
■women, under varied circumstances of life.] 2nd 
edition, pp. 13;3. ^^TTI :>^V5» [CV(/t((//rt, 1880.] 8°. 

VIHARILALA GHOSHA. Tyt^'tTs^W^^iri I 
. . . [Vaiiglya garliasthya chikitsii.] Family medi- 
cine for Bengal, compiled from various English 
works by Behari Lai Ghosh. Parts I.-III. pp. v. 
240. Calcutta, 1878-79. 8°. 
In progress. 

VIHARiLALA NANDI. UvT[ nf<tini1^^r5 Tt^ I 
[Vidhavii parinayot.sava nataka. The widow- 
marriage. A festal play by V. N. assisted by 
Nimiiichanda Sila.] pp. viii. 178. *r«1<t-f^l 'i^^Js 
[Calcutta '\m.'] \2\ 

VIHABILALA EAYA CHAUDHURI . -STfrs} «>fr^ 
iSr^fsCTTif ^srfsSfR I . . . An illustrated pocket Pra- 
kritibodha Abhidhana. Containing allmost [sic'] all 
the words that are current in the Bengali language 
with their roots ... by Bihari Lai Eai Chaudhuri. 
pp. ii. 476. Calcutta, 1881. 16°, 

VIHARiLALA VANDYOPADHYAYA. ^?f|^7R 
uf^ 1 [Durgotsava niitaka, or The festivities of the 
Durgii Pujii. A drama in 7 acts.] i^p. iv. 133. 
^?tf5T ^^'ia [ITugli, 1808.] 12°. 

VIJAYAGOPALA BHATTACHARYA. tTtll'FT^f- 
^T^ I [Diiyabhagavyavasthii. A treatise in San- 
skrit on the Hindu Law of Inheritance, together 
with some religious observances. Compiled from 
JTmfitavahana's Dilyabhaga and Raghunandana 
Bhattiicharya's Smrititattva, and edited with a 
Bengali translation by V. Bh.] pp. ii. 87. <tr«l<t-1-s1 
T,s>-i(i [Calcutta, 1858.] 8". 

VIJAYAKRISHNA GOSVAMI. ^Sf]Tirr| ^ 
4*)\y|H(iT I [Adbyiitmatattva o Brahmasildhana. A 
short treatise on the Yoga system of philosophy, 
with quotations from various Sanskrit authorities.] 
Pt. I. pp. 50. FW :>V-'i;9 [Dacca, 1879.] 12^ 

5f^ r<ltlVI<t- 'SnPVrf^ I [Dharmavishayaka 



prasnottara. Questions and answers on the Brahmist 
religion.] pp. 24. <tr«1<t-l4l ao 'i^TW ■*IT«. [Calcutta, 
1882.] 12\ 

VIJAYANATHA MUKHOPADHYAYA. See 

IIatim TaT. ■^t^tsll ^TcTSSrsTt l [Translated into 
prose by Y. M.] [1877.] 8=. 



VIJNANESVARA. The Mitakshara Darpana [or 
Principles of Hindu Law]. Translated from the 
Sungscrit [of Y.] into the Bengali language . . . by 
Lukshmi Xarayan Nyayalankar . . . f^TST^?! I»<*f1 I 
pp. 43C. ^FfWrsl ■i^o^' [Calcutta'], 1824. 8". 

VIKR AMADITYA, hing of Ujjayinl. ?f3r«r f^e?^"»H I 
[Batris simhasana, or The thirty-two tales of king 
Y., translated from the Hindi Singhasan BattlsT by 
Mrityufijaya Yidyalai'ikiira.] pp. 118. Sil<rp>r<ar? 
^W [Serampui;'imS.] 8°. 



[Another copy.] 

[Yikiamildityor balris puttalika. The Singhasan 
Battlsl translated by Mrityufijaya Yidyiilahkara.] 
pp. 124. ^<>B\ :>V08 [London, 1834.] 8°. 

^?3 "S bftiJ) I . . . [Batris simhasana translated from 
the Hindi version of the tales of Y., by Xllamani 
Yasiika.] pp. vi. 209. ^fsM-til ^Va8 [Calcutta, 
1854.] 8°. 

■?f^ fTfOftiT^ sitsr^ sr%% . . . "^^ "<ir4»f^r5- 

fcT^ I C-SftSl r»TSf ?T^ ... [A poetical version by 
Kallprasilda Kuviriija.] pp. iv. 202. "tKB' [Calcutta, 
1833.] 8°. 

[Another edition.] pj). ii. 140. ^fwTSl ^^Va 

[Calcutta, 1879.] 8=. 

VILVAMANGALA GOSVAMI. fi|f?W^r^^-3 ^55- 
r<iU V*<^?n^° II [Krishnastotra. A poem on the 
sports of Krishna. With a Bengali paraphrase in 
verse by Jayagopiila Tarkalarikiira.] pp. 52. ^fcT^TSl 
^:i:^8 [Calcutta, 1817.] 8°. 

VINODALALA SENA GUPTA. See GoviNDA- 
dXsa, Kaviraja. r»y feJ<i al<i'?l I • ■ • Yaishajya 
Ratnavali . . . enlarged improved and published 
with a Bengali translation by Kabiraj Binod Lai 
Sen. [1876.] 4°. 

i>rtT(r#if r<i ssT^ I • • ■ ■"rrft?-^-fii -s oq<ij'4Tw . . . 

Ayurveda vijuana, or Hindu system of medicine, 

compiled and translated from Sanskrit treatises . . . 

with the original texts, by Kaviraj Binod Lai Sen. 

Yol. II. and III. [in one.] ^fwTSl ^V-'O [Calcutta, 

1881.] 8^ 

Wanting Vol. I. 

'sHirrfflir ^"^Tf^srR l [Ayurvedlya dravya- 

bhidhiina.] ... A Sanskrit Bengali medical diction- 
ary. Edited . . . by Kabiraj Piinod Lai Sen Gupta, 
pp. 244. ^fwf-51 ^^V^3 [Calcutta, 1876.] 8". 



\\i 



VIN— VIS 



VINODAVIHARI SILA. Haa l ti a l'Tf FTW^fW«f I 
[DvitlyabliiTga Chiirupatliartha. A vocabulary with 
derivations of words occurring in Part II. of Aksha- 
yakumara Datta's " Charupiltha."] 3rd edition, 
pp. 60. ^fwm ^:^Vb \_Calcidta, 1880.] 12°. 

sr^II? ■*rfs5r*f5T 5rr&^ i [Lakshmaner saktisela 



nataka. A drama in five acts on the encounter 
between Lakshmana and Havana.] pp. IIG. <t-r«1<-l41 
^ViS) {Cakidta, 1879.] 8°. 

VIPINAVIHABi DE. ViV^f[ friTf^ STf^ I 
[Jahnavlvilasa nataka. A drama in 7 acts.] pp. 
iv. 89. ^fwrsl ■i^'ii \_Cakuna, 1869.] 8°. 

VIPINAVIHARI GANGOPADHYAYA. T^t^- 

srr^j-xijis? I ^rmt ^It « "srmt ^rr?? c^^r i [Vaiigi- 

yaniitya samaja. An essay on the demoralising 
effects of the Bengali stage.] pp. 12. ^-f^W-lsl 'i^^' 
{Calcutta, 1883.] 8'. 

VIPINAVIHABi GHOSHALA. -gf^ >i)?° ' i! \ ^ \ i 
^5f^ ■yfTTW ff^f^nt"^ %«TOr»f [Mukti evam tahilr 
sadhana. On the Hindu method of salvation, with 
numerous Sanskrit quotations from authoritative 
works.] pp. vi. iv. 206. ^fsi^TSl ^V-Vi [^Calcutta, 
1881.] 8^ 

VIPINAVIHABI SABMASABKAB. C-Sfy j a l <i?<l I 
[Premaratnakara. A poem on love, religious and 
worldly.] pp. ii. 66. <t-M<-f«l ^IVS \_Calcutta, 
1862.]" 12^ 

VIPINAVIHABi SILA. !fr?T<Tf« I etc. [Dhiira- 
pata. Arithmetical tables.] pp. 70. ^f'K-l^l ^^V-a 
\_Cakutta, 1878.] 12^ 

VIPBADASA MUKHOPADHYAYA. See Kala- 
CHAXDA Sarma and Yipradasa Mukhopadht.Iya. 

■ilCTs f% '^Z^r TTjf'ff? ? I [Ekei ki bale babugiri ? 
AplaybyKniachilndaSarmaandY. M.] [1863.] 8^ 

VIPBADASA VANDYOPADHYAYA. The life 
of I'eter the Great. Compiled by Eeprodoss Baner- 
gee . . . ■?f»fTrffsi«^ Htc?? ^t^^-^T"^ I [Rusiya- 
dhipati Pitarer jivanavrittanta.] j^p. ii. 1-42, ii. 
Calcutta, 1859. 8'. 

ViBABHADBA GOSVAMI. .SVv Piraxas.— i?//a- 

gavatapuruna. Sl^liTSI^T^^e IT^I^T^^S I etc. [San- 
skrit text with translation into Bengali verse by 
V. G.] [1861.] 4=. 

'a^'ffl^'9't^H [Viihat Piishandadalana, a selec- 



tion from the Puranas and Tantras with a Bengali 
translation and notes, compiled for the use of the 
Vaishnava sect by V. G.] pp. 88. ^fwTSI 'i^Vb 
ICakutta, 1879.] 12°. 



VIBAHA. fT?»; r^?;i -^^ I [Viraha vishama 
jvala, or Separation is a dreadful trial. A play on 
the mi.series of wives when away from their 
husbands.] pp. 21. *rcl*f41 ^X>V \_Cakutta, 
1863.] 12°. 

VIBAJAMOHINI DASi. <t-r4a t ^ t <l I [Kavitahara. 
Short poems on domestic virtues.] pp. 65. ^fsirm 
^\VO {Cakutta, 1876.] 8°. 

VIBESVAEA PANDE. ilanaba Tattwa or a 
treatise on the social, moral and intellectual position 
of man, by Bireshwara Pande . . . »Jf«)4 4e I pp. iL 
204. Cakutta, 1883. 8=. 

VISAKHADATTA. T^SlTT^FiT I IT.'.^ »J>hf<lf^- 
rT? W^JTflf I [Mudrarakshasa, a Sanskrit drama in 
7 acts by Y., translated into Bengali bj' HarLnatha 
Xyilyaratna.] pp. ii. 130. ^twTSl 'iV^j" \_Cakutta, 
I860.] 12°. 

■g-3t?t5F5r wtW I [iludriirakshasa, translated 



by Harischandra Kaviratna.] pp. 132. ^fsT^fSl 'i^lV- 
[Cakutta, 1871.] 8°. 

One of " Majumdar s Series." 

VISHNUSABMAN. Heetopadeshu, or Beneficial 
Instructions. Translated from the original Sangskrit 
by Goluk Nath, Pundit. (f^^<TOt»r i) pp. 247. 
Serampore, 1802. 8°. 

(sisl'TOr^ I etc. [The Hitopadesa, translated 



by Mrityufijaya Sarma.] 2nd edition, pp. 197. 
Sl?T5I^5C? 'i^^S [Serampur, 1814.] 8''. 

The Hitopadesha : a Collection of Fables and 



Tales in Sanscrit by Y. With the Bengali and the 
English translations [by Lakshmlniirayana Xyayii- 
lahkiira and C. Wilkins.] Edited by Lakshami 
j!^arayan Xyalankar. pp. iv. iv. ii. 514, iv. iii. 
Sansk. Beng. and Engl. Cakutta, 1830. 8°. 
With a separate title-page in Bengali, and one in Sanskrit. 

The Hitopadesa, or a Collection of Sanskrit 



Fables [in the original text] translated into English 
[by C. Wilkins and into Bengali by Lakshml- 
niirayana Nj-iiyalahkara.] etc. pi^. iv. iv. 514. 
Cakutta, 1844.' 8°. 
A revised edition of the preceding with a different title-page. 

\^'n I . . . . fl7r5T«1W*f I [Sanskrit text 



with LakshniTuarayana Xyayalaiikara's Bengali 
translation.] pp. 463. ^f^TTSI 'iHa [^Calcutta, 
1848.] 8°. 

The pagination of the last sheet is entirely wrong. 



115 



VIS— VRA 



VISHNUSAEMAN. ftZSt^rur^ I ffe. [Siinskrit 
text. Edited, with Lakshminariiyana Nyilyalai'ikilra's 
Bengali translation, slij^htly amondwl by iliiktaiilnia 
Vidyiivaglsa.] pp. i. 48.'}. ^ffsr^tsi ^:^bi {Calcutta, 
18G().] 10. 

The editor in his preface states it to be an original transla- 
tion, whereas it is simply a rery slightly altered one of L. N.'s. 



*f*-53 4r»f3 wtfT*iTr^T^3? 



f^rstnnms 



etc. [Another edition of the preceding. Edited by 
Ramagopilla Tarkiilaiikara.] pp. iv. 330. <Fr«i<?t«l 
■iiva ^Calcutta, 186:3.] 8^ 

r^iil^mrf [Sanskrit text with Lakshmi- 



nariiyana Nyayalaiikara's translation.] 2nd edition, 
PI). 267. <-U^ \ i> \ ^^Vl [Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

VISVAMBHARACHARANA DASA. ^rfsrat?^ I 
[Dulilavall. Sj)eciniens of contracts in ordinary use 
between landlords and tenants.] pp. 16, iv. §il?7^ 
%Kyr(s. {Sylhct, 1878.] 8°. 

^Pl irt^rl I [Patramillii. A Bengali letter 



writer.] pp. 9. ®i^ :>^va [^glhct, 1879.] \2°. 
^'T^r<lbV f^^ilir ^«T^^ ^nrf*? I [Varnapari- 



chaya. A vocabulary of difficult words occurring in 
Pt. II. of Isvarachandra Yidyasagara's reader of that 
name.] pp. U. ^r^ ^^V8 [Sylhet, 1878.] 16". 

VISVANATHA MITRA. .^wNaravana Kavira.ia. 

iS?J^'|ir*^1 I etc. [I)rav3agunadarpana. iSauskrit 
text with a Bengali translation by V. M.] 
[1865.] 8°. 

[1880.] 12==. 

""Sffs If*^«t I [Smritidarpana. A catechism of 



the principles of the Hindu religion, and ceremonial 
observances. Re-vised by Thiikuradiisa Tarkachndii- 
mani.] pp. ^G. ^fsm^ ^^5>4 [Calcutta, 1858.] 8°. 

VISVANATHA PANCHANANA BHATTA- 
CHARYA TARKALANKARA. A System' of 
Logic : written in Sunscrit by the venerable sage 
Boodh, and explained in a Sunscrit commentary by 
.... Viswonath Turkaluncar. Translated into 
Bengalee [under the title of radilrthakaumudl] by 
Kashee Kath Turkopunchanun. 5r^fe:?tT5?r^ sfTHr- 
iHf . . . ^sr^-^rf^T nwr^fj^-^ l pp. vi. 145. Calcutta, 
1821. 8^ 

VISVARAHASYA. fT^r-?9TfJ ! ■^V\'K. ^*J ] * ggj 
-srnrfs^ •« C^f^ <1^XJ Tf'ir^ etc. [Visvarahasya, 
or ( 'uriosities of Natural history.] Pt. I. pp. vi. 80. 
<-r^<M41 ^fc08 [Calcutta, 1877.] 8". 

VISVESVARA DATTA. <See FiRDAUsT. Tlf^wTsri 1 
[Tlie Shiihn5mah, translated by V. D.] [1847.] 8°. 



VISVESVARA GHOSHA. l^TC^^W^ ^^^ I 
5R<IT "offvi'S I [Preniopadesa niitaka. A love story 
in verse.] pp. iii. 79. ^ftK-tJl 'il^H [Calcutta, 
1855.] 16\ 

VIVARTAVILASA. r<14«r?«Trn I [Vivartaviliisa. 
A Vaishnava treatise, in verse, in five chapters.] 
ff. 54. [Calcutta, 1879.] 8°. 

VIVIDHAKAVITA. t%f^S( ^f^"5l I [Vividhakavitii. 
Poems, original and translated from the English.] 
pp. iv. 124. ^fsmn -iVryr [Cakutta, 1881.] 12°. 

voPADEVA. ii|5n:^«TOf^fT? ■q:^i?r?tif° ^^i? i 

[The first chapter of V.'s Jilugdhabodha or the rules 
of Sandhi. AVith a Bengali translation by ^lathura- 
mohana Datta.] pp. xiv. 55. Sl^TfT^JC? ^la' 
[Serampur, 1818.] 12°. 

VRAJAMADHAVA SILA. ^tZTlJ i^sf ^7<r? Tf^, 
sfl r<l(:ilp ^T^rnr?? TI [Pai-cr dhane varer bap, or 
Undeserved greatness. A farce.] pp. 12. <f [«!<!• 1*1 
^iva [Calcutta, 1863.] 12^ 

VRAJAMOHANA DEVA. C'fl'Sf^ ^^VlTt^ etc 
[Pauttalikaprabodha. A refutation of idolatry, in 
the form of a dialogue between a Vcdantist and an 
idol- worshipper, taken from the Tathyaprakilsa of V. 
D.] pp. 48. ^fsrersl "it^jv [Cakutta, 1846.] 8". 

^stJ '£frr»f .... ^«f Tl' ■^ 1 etc. [Tatliya 

prakiisa. A treatise on idol-worship and other 
Hindu observances, by V. D. Followed bj- a trans- 
lation from the Sanskrit of the VajrasiichI of Asva- 
ghosha.] pp. 60, 14. ^^TSI ^^3S> [Cakutta, 
1842.] 12^^. 

[Another copy.] 



On the Supreme God, or An inquirj- into 

truth, in the matter of spiritual and idol-worship by 
.... Braja Mohan Deb. Also Vajra Siichi .... or 
the original divine institution of caste .... by the 
Buddhist Pandit Ashwaghosh. Translated from the 
Bengali and Sanskrit originals, with notes, by the 
Rev. W. Morton, pp. iv. 70, 16. En (/I. Cakutta, 
1843. 12°. 

VRAJANATHA BHATTACHARYA. fT?f?;^ 
r<«11<1' I [VirahinI viliTpa, or The lament of a Iliiuhi 
woman at the absence of her husband.] pj). 16. 
.^r^K-lAl ^\H' [Cakutta, 1863.] 12^ 

VRAJANATHA MITRA. ^nf^ft ^t5J I [Kii- 
dambarl kav}-a. A romance in verse.] Pt. I. pp. 98. 
^fmtS\ ^^15. [Calcutta, 1869.] 8°. 



[Another copy.] 



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VRAJANATHA MUEHOPADHYAYA after- 
wards VIDYALANKARA. TrSf^T'^ -^ISiT ^^5^^?! I 
[Ksliudrasetu. A vocabulary of Sanskrit words, 
explained partly by tbeir Sanskrit synonyms and 
partly by Bengali words.] pp. 25. Scrampore, 
1859. 8°. 

^Vsf «tf^F?t?r <5r^^ 1 [Pratbaraa paribiir pus- 



taka.] Bengali First book. Tentative edition, pp.12. 
Calcutta, 1860. 8°. 

-^t^T^ f'r'^T'f ^f%^ f^Wl I [Udbhijjavidyil. 



Simple lessons on plants. Translated with adapta- 
tions from the English.] pp.99. Calcutta, ISo-l. 12". 

Simple lessons on jilants. Translated with 



adaptations from the English by Brajanath ilukerji, 
or Bidyalankar. 2nd edition, pp. 73. Scramjwrc, 
1860. 12°. 

VRAJANATHA VIDYARATNA. ^flrf^TlT ^8?^!? 
[Vadiviviidabhanjana. Extracts from Sanscrit 
works on Hindu Law, with a Bengali translation.] 
pp. vi. 103. <-U<- is\ ^Vb-i [Calcutta, 18G7.] 8°. 

VRAJAPATI VANDYOPADHYAYA. Paramiti 

and Jarip. An elementarj' treatise on mensuration 
and surveying, for beginners, by Brojapati Banerjea 

*ff?f5rf5 « -sflim ('*r«t5T nrM'^'fifrff? fsifsrs) . . . 

pp. 134. ^^^ %\-b-Z [Calcuffa, 1877.] 12°. 

The Appendix, tvkich contains atiswers to questions, has no 
pagination. 

VRAJASUNDARA MAITREYA. TT' ^Aii^ ^ t^fr 

. . . Sanscrit Geographical treatise of the Globe with 
Bengalee translation and maps according to the 
Hindoo Shastras. Comj)ilcd by Brajasoondcr ]\Ioitra. 
pp. iv. ix. viii. 136, and 4 tables. (TTTrff^nn 'iV'i'i 
[Bauleah], 1871. 8°. 

VRAJAVALLABHA VIDYARATNA. >8'f(>]\lAHA- 
luiAKATA. — Bhagavadri'itd. illsrS^tT'pft^ [With a 
Bengali translation by Y. Y.] [18SU.] 8°. 

VRAJENDRACHANDRA GHOSHA. Samajik 
niti-shiksha, or The common etiquettes to be observed 
in society, [taken from the " Letters written by the 
Earl of Chesterfield to his son " ] by Brajendra 
Chandra Ghosh . . . Trf^rTf^^ ^tf5f»r5p1 I pp. 70. 
4iU 'i: \i>\ ^yj-'-i [Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 

VRAJENDRAKUMARA GUHA. in^TTTS I [Dhii- 
rjlpata. Tables of English and native weights and 
measures, and arithmetical rules, according to Su- 
bhaiikarl.] pp. 65. 'iVV-^ Jli/iiwwi/iiiig, [1882.] 12°. 



VRINDAVANACHANDRA VANDYOPA- 
DHYAYA. Surno sreenkhul natuk [i.e. Svarna- 
sriiikhala niitaka. A play in five acts on the insult 
offered to Draupadl by Duryodhana.] ■^:'i'*r^^ *l\\}<^ I 
pp. 74. FT^I -i-ih-Q. [Dacca, 1863.] 8°. 

VRINDAVANA DASA. "sf^fwr^ I '^Vi'K 

~«rs>4e^ff?^f?^ ^i\' I [Bhaktichintamani. The 

true mode of Yaishnava worship as revealed by 

Krishna-Chaitanya. Compiled by V. D.] pp. 38. 

^fwTsl -i-ih--) [Calcutta, 1859.] 8^ 

VYAVAHARAMUKURA. 4J<lg I j >j ^<l I [Yya- 
vahiiramukura. A treatise on Uindu religions and 
ceremonial observances.] pp. v. 58. ^f^K-fil 'iisa. 
[Calcutta, 1823.] 8°. 

VYOMACHAND BANGAL, p.'^cu/l. ?r? V^TTS: TV^ 
C~»cw I [Ghar thakte bilbui bheje, or Though possessed 
of a house he lives like a tailor-bird. A farce on 
the evil effects of profligacy.] pp. 26. iTf^l ^lt-tt 

[Dacca, 1863.] 8°. 

WALLACE (Wiluam), M.A., F.R.S.E. See 
Krishnamohaxa Yaxdygpadhyaya. Elements of 
geometry .... with additions by W. W. etc. 
1846-48. 12°. 

WARD (William), Missionan/. Jlemoir of Pitambar 
Singh, a native Christian. *ft^5TT? f^?C?? Ffy^ I 
[Pltilmbara Simher charitra.] 4lh edition, jjp. 8. 
Calcutta, 1843. ' 12°. 

This forms No. 5 Miscellineous Series, No. 2 Biographi- 
cal Series issued lij the Calcutta Christian Tract and Book 
Society. 

[Another copy.] 

WATTS (Isaac), D.D. Divine and moral songs for 
children (chiefly from Dr. W.) TI^TCWZ^ Wsi'e 
sref « ^rsRtlil^ ?IT^ I [Dharma o nitivishayaka 
gana.] pp.33. Sl^TST^^V-SO [&>•««)/;(/;•, 1843.] 12^ 

The Improvement of the mind, containing 

remarks and rules for the attainment and communi- 
cation of useful knowledge. (fT5n^^=''^^5^ I . . . 
f%rg1«-^f^5rr^ I) [Chittotkarsha vidhana.] 2 vol. 
Engl, and Bciiy. Calcutta, 1849-50. 12'. 

Nos. XI. and XII. of the " Enci/clopcedia Bengalensis," 
edited bg Krishnamohana Vandyopddhgaga. 

WENGER (John). Sec Bihi.k. The Holy Bible 
. . . Translated . . . bj' the Calcutta Baptist Mission- 
aries [revised by J. AY.] etc. 1861. 8°. 

- — New Testament. The New Testament . . . 
Translated ... by the Calcutta Baptist Mission- 
aries . . . Eighth edition. [Revised bv J. W.] 
1846. 12°. 



ii; 



WEN— YAD 



WENGERfJoHx). [J/i'wo/r.] .S^wMathvranatiia 
Natha. at tp^ e?t<J«l I [Bbakter jTvana. A brief 
memoir of the late Dr. ^Y.] [1881.] 8^ 

TrfSfHtl ^nr l <'/<•. [.Sadliaranapatra. Report 



of the Assembly of the Baptist Cluircb Mission held i 
at Calcutta, December 22-26, a.i). 1845.] pp. 27. 
[Calcutta, 1846.] 8". 

WHEWELL ("Wii.i.iam), Master of Triiiif;/ College, 
Ciiiiibrkhje. Sec Kkishnamoiiana VAM)Y()r.\uiiY.\YA. 
Elements of geometry, ... to which is prefixed . . . 
a short compendium of algebraic rules from "W.'s 
Mechanical Euclid. 1846—48. 12°. 

WILBERFOECE (Samuki.), .successively Jiislwj) of 
Oxford and of Winehester. '5rf?fT«riT 'S{VZ^ ^^iilWd 
TT^T-l ^TWl . . . [Agathos, or The whole armour of 
God, translated into Bengali from the EngUsh 
of S. W.] pp. 17. ^STTTSI ^V-a\ [Calcutta, 
1852.] 12°. 

"^V^ 1 [Pathadvaya, or The two roads, trans- 



lated from the EngUsh of S. W.] pp. 16. [Calcutta, 
1852 ?] 12°. 

[Another copy.] 

WILLIAM I. called the Conqueror, King of England. 
Begin, frgfft ^ofslili) I 4^s ;,'5.i-'i»vi [Vijayl 
"William. History of the reign of AVilliam the 
Conqueror.] pp. 18. [Calcutta, 1855?] 12°. 
No title-page. 

WILSON (Daxiel), Bishop of Calcutta. A plain 
and affectionate address to young persons about to 
be confirmed: by . . . Daniel, Lord Bishop of 
Calcutta . . . Translated into Bengalee by K. M. 
Banerjea. {3lW<t-<llft^) [Driidhyakarana vishaya.] 
pp. 60. Calcutta, 1S41. 8°. 

A plain and affectionate address to youn^ 



persons, previous to their receiving the Lord's 
Supper : by . . . Daniel, Lord Bishop of Calcutta . . . 
Translated into Bengalee by K. M. Banerjea. (^- 
'St^f >si?;q etc.) [Sahabhaga grahana.] pp. 52. 
Calcutta, 1841. 8°. 

WILSON (noRArElL\YJi.\K). Src Akshatakumara 
Datta. The lleligious Sects of the Hindus, etc. 
[Being in the main a translation into Bengali of 
H. H. "W.'s two essays on this subject.] [1870.] 8°. 

See Brough-vm (H.), Baron Brougham and 



(Bigyana Sebadhi, or Treasures of .Science. Trans- 
lated from Lord Brougham's treatise on the objects, 
pleasures and advantages of science .... under the 
diiection of H. H. W.). 1832. 4°. 



WILSON (Thomas), Bishop of Sodor and Man. 
A course of sermons on the true way of profiting 

by the word of God, by the late . . . .' T. AV 

Translated into Bengalee by . . . . K. M. Banerjea. 
pp. 108. Calcutta, 1844. 8°. 

Sacra privata : the private meditations and 

praj'crs of . . . T. AV. . . . Translated into Bengalee 
by . . . K. M. Banerjea. (TT'C'^fT'U^ sfTR « >2n«wi)- 
[Samgopaner dhyiina o priirthanii.] pp. 106. 
Calcutta, 1842. 8^ 

YADAVACHANDBA CHAKRAVARTI. Life of 
Rajah Raui iloliun Rny, by -ladub ('hundcr Chuckcr- 

butty sr?T5n ?t5n ?TH(:i)I?«i ^TCT? ^t?^?T 

[Mahatniii Raja Rainaniohana Riiyer jivanacharita.] 
pp. iv. loo. ^^Tl -iiyr-i [Calcutta, 1859.] 12°. 

YADAVACHANDBA DEVASABMA VIDYA- 
BATNA. frp^ '?S( •ill><t- I [Kichakabadha niitaka. 
A drama in six acts on the destruction of Kichaka ; 
an episode from the Yiriltaparva of the Mahii- 
bhiirata.] Si?rfsr<a? ^^18 [Serampur, 1867.] 8°. 

YADAVACHANDBA GHOSHALA. ^^XT^'\V< 
i2r^T*f I [Pafichasadvarnartha prakiisa. Eifty 
alliterative moral poems, on the 50 letters of the 
Bengali alphabet, with a vocabulary of difficult 
words.] pp. 94. ^U<-\i>\ ^\'i\ [Calcutta, 1865.] 12°. 

YADAVACHANDBA LAHIDI. ^cT^Tl%^ I [Kula- 
kalimii. A treatise on the history and evils of 
polygamy.] jip. ii. 126, ii. STJRirf^^^ 'i^V-b 
[Maimansinh, 1880.] 12°. 

YADAVACHANDBA VIDYABATNA. STinjf?^ 
TT^J I [Xalacharita kiivya, or the story of Xala. A 
free translation into prose from the Naishadha- 
charita of Harshadeva.] pp. 189. §i|<rpf^ ^^V-"} 
[Serampur, 1865.] 8°. 

YADAVANANDINI. Trnr^-^ff^ir^ WUl I [Yadava- 
nandinl kiivya. A poem in blank verse, and in 
seven cantos, on the marriage of Subhadra with 
Arjuna.] pp. 112. ^^fc K^ l A l'^VW [Calcutta, l^SQ.'] 8°. 

YADUGOPALA CHATTOPADHYAYA. See 

EDfiKWoKTJi (M.). Edgeworth's Murud the Unlucky. 
Freely translated into Bengali by Judu Gojiaul 
Chatterjea. [1861.] 12°. 

■?<^Tfirg5T^f^J ^nW I [Chapalachitta- 



chapalya niitaka. The ticklcuess of Chapalii. A drama 
in ijrosc, in 5 acts.] pp. 62. Calcutta, 1857. 8°. 

The Poetical Reader . . . Compiled by Judu 

Gopaul Chatterjea .... <1^ <Tf^ I [Padyapiitha] 
2 pt. Calcutta, 1863-64. 12°. 

Pt. I. is of the 3rd and Ft. IT. of the 4th edition. 



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YADXJGOPALA CHATTOPADHYAYA. [Another 
copy of Pt. I. only.] Calcutta, 1863. 12°. 

YADUGOPALA VANDYOPADHYAYA. ^StSf 
^ff ^:5T^^gTrfg?f5T? ^'if<a:^^ ' [Kavitakusu- 
mafijalir artbapustaka. X Key to Part I. of the Ka- 
vitiikusumanjali of Krishnakisora Vandyopadhyiiya.] 
pp. 70. <-r^1<t- r A l ^^VV \_Cah'utta, ISsi.] 12'. 

YADUNATHA BHATTACHARYA. ^«t-F:55 I 

[Sukhachakra, or The wheel of happiness. A short 
tale.] pp. 80. ^fwra ^^VV ^Calcutta, 1882.] 16°. 

YADUNATHA CHATTOPADHYAYA. See De- 
VEXDRAXATHA ThaKURA. ^fsl^t5l ^ I «fl *1*( ICStJl 

4 ^i) [Twenty-one Brahmist sermons. Edited by 
Y. Ch.] [1862.] 12°. 

Consolation to the Hindu widows. [Yidhavii- 



vilasa nataka. A drama on the evils resulting from 
the prohibition of Hindu widow-marriages] by Jodoo 
Nath Chatterjee. f^Sf^Tf^^rfn ^rfW I pp. v. 149. 
Sl?T^*5C? 'iV5>3 [Scrampur, 1864.] 12°. 

YADUNATHA MITEA. fT^fe^TTr iTtW I ^«r|t 
>l^ l » l <ll t? <>fllTsrfa ^1 sfT^r^ •^^T^ l [Yisva- 
viuoda nataka. A drama in five acts, on the theft 
by Krishna of the piirijiita tree from the gardens of 
Indra.] pp.ii.ll6. ^1%^1-5l^>.:»<i[C«fc?<«a,1860.] 12°. 

YADUNATHA MUKHOPADHYAYA. f%f%^7r|- 
lf'i'1 I [Chikitsiidarpana.] Practice of medicine for 
practitioners, revised . . . and improved, by Jadu- 
natha Mukherji. pp. xiii. 825. ^f%^t^ "iKh-l 
[Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 

A guide to the Daees, or native midwives, 

written in the form of a dialogue ... by Jodu Nath 
Mukherjee. SfTft H^ I ^«n«- ^r^ftn^sr^n^T^ ifTs - 
firr^rj <2rf5 ^^IZir*r l [Dhatrlsiksha.] 2 pt. '^^mt 
\_IIugU,'] Calcutta, 1867, 1869! 8°. 

Each part published separately/. 



A guide to the Dhaees or native midwives 

and to the mothers written in the form of a dialogue, 
in two parts . . . Fourth edition, thoroughly revised 
and considerably enlarged. srnft-f^T^ etc. pfJ. xiv. 
247. ^f^m^ nva [Calcutta, 1878.] 8°. 

**ff?f^ff3 ^SJ^jJ I [Parimitisiitra. The elements 



of mensuration.] pp. ii. 86, ii. ^fil^fSI ^^VO 
[Calcutta, 1876.] 8°. 

TrpT ■^-frf^?-^ I [Sarala jvarachikitsil. A 

work on Bengal fevers, and their treatment ; specially 
adapted for the use of families, and village native 
Ijractitioncrs.] Pt. I. pp. xxviii. 290. ^-f^l^til 
[Calcutta, 1880.] 8°. 



YADUNATHA MUKHOPADHYAYA. -"fft?- 
^fT^Tf I [SarlrapJilana.] An easy primer on pre- 
servation of health .... showing particularly the 
chief sanitary defects in our towns and villages, 
and the best means of remedying these defects, by 
Jadu Xatha Mukherji . . . Eighth edition, enlarged, 
pp. 118. <t-N<-lA l ^\va [Calcutta, 1878.] 12°. 

A treatise on elementary botany ... by Jodu 



Nath Mookherjee. ^fSTt-f^Ff? I [Edbhidvichara.] 
Pt. I. pp. V. 196, ii. ^5I^r5l ^fe!?.5> [Calcutta, 
1869.] 12°. 

Treatment of Asiatic cholera ... by Jodu 

Nath Mukherjee, .... fr^^f^-l CTTrff? fFf^'^TTl etc. 
[YisiichikiT roger chikitsii.] pp. iii. 142. 'i^^S 
Chinsurah, [1872.] 12°. 

YADUNATHA NYAYAPANCHANANA. See 
Maxu. The Institutes of Manu. si^TTjf^^ etc. 
[With a Bengali paraphrase by Y. N.] [1866.] 4°. 

See MuEUXDARAMA ChakravartT. <tr<<t-sp'(- 



F^ I [KavikankanachandT. Edited by Y. 2^. 
with an introductorj' account of the poet's life and 
writings.] [1861.] 8°. 

See YalmTki. Tt^t#lir <ltaTiI1 ^rrf(f^»3 



[The Eamayana, with a Bengali paraphrase by 

Y. N.] [1859-68.] 8°. 

YADUNATHA TAEKARATNA. 4i,r»<«Mt»l«) Tf^ I 
[Durbhikshadamana nataka. A drama in four acts 
on the great famine in Bengal in 1866.] pp. 97. 
^f^T^UI ^Jd^o [Calcutta, 1866.] 12°. 

A tale from the Ratnavalee of Sreeharsha 



Deva, by Jadunath Tarkaratna. <13I<<?1 I pp. 148. 
Calcutta, 1860. 8\ 

YAJNESVARA VANDYOPADHYAYA. <ls»lr<5S1 Tl 
^5rt?rt?5f?f?-^r5'f l [Eaktadanta. A poem in blank 
verse on the taking of Ahmadnagar in the reign of 
Akbar.] pp.92, ^^f^rmslnvi [<:'(//(»;'('(/, 1880.] 12^ 

YA'KUB, Munsh'i. ^'A-iWi <5tf«f [Jangnamar 
puthi. An account in Muhammadan Bengali verse, 
of the wars between Yazld and Husain.] pp. 198. 
^fwTsI ^!!.Vv5 [Calcutta, 1876.] 8°. 

[Another edition.] pp. 160. ^^tSl 'i^V-a 

[Harihara Press: Calcutta, 1878.] 8^ 

Sit^H f a) I [Another edition.] pp. 160. 



^si^T^-iJ^VJ, [Sidclikh/ah Press: Calcutta, ISSO.] 8°. 
[A reprint.] pp. 160. ^Iwl^ ^^V5. 



[Hari/iara Press: Calcutta, ISSO.} 8° 



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YA'KUB, Mumhl. pp. IGO. ^f^TTTSl ^\V-1 {Siddi- 
kiyah Press: Calcutta, 1881.] S\ 

pp. KiO. ^f^TT^Sl :>^V1 [Jlarihara Press: 



Calcutta, 1881.] 8^ 

YASODANANDANA SAEKAR. Sec KaMD.^.s.^. 

^■9[^°?T? I \^V\\e Ritusambara, translated into 
EengaliVcrseby Y. S.] [18G3.] 16\ 

YATES (TTiiiiam), D.T). Sre Bini.K. The Holy 
Bible . . . Translated out of the original tongues bj' 
[W. Y.] etc. 1845. 8°. 

— — The Iloly Bible .... Translated .... by 

[W. Y.] .... [revised by J. "Wenger and 
C. B. Lewis.] etc. 1861. 8°. 

— — yeir Testament. Dharmapustakcr Anta- 

bhag. The New Testament .... [Translated 
by W. Yates.] 1839. 8". 

Elements of natural philosophy and natural 



history, in a series of familiar dialogues. ^HfT^f?- 

\s)t>ir? I ^«h<5- ^t^^fvrc^ «^Fr?ff»rsprc«f ^«rf«^?R i 

[I'adarthavidyasiira.] (Second edition. pp. 91. 
Calcutta, 1834. 8°. 



^■^rnf^i^TRfT^ I '^v^^. 7{r^ ^srf^'ft^ . . . 



A Sanscrit Vocabulary ; containing the nouns, adjec- 
tives, verbs and indeclinable particles, . . . with ex- 
planations in Bengalee and English, pp. xiii. 220. 
Calcutta, 1820. 8°. 

YATINDEAMOHANA THAKUEA. [Life.'] See 
Ea.iakumara Tarkaratxa Bhattacharya. irft^- 
Vf?m [A poem on the life of Y. Th.] [1880.] 12°. 

YOGAVASISHTHAEAMAYANA. f^?mf»f J <[T- 
srfTTI I [The Yogavilsishtharaniayana. A Bengali 
prose translation by Ganesacliandra Bhattilcharya.] 
2 vol. pp. vi. V. 1051, iii. *r«1<tl4l ^\VV- [Calcutta, 
1881.] 8°. 

27<e two vols, have a continuous pagination. 



.Sf^q (tc. [The Vairagyaprakarana, a portion of 
the Yogavasishtharjimayana, Sanskrit text and com- 
mentary, and a Bengali translation of the text by 
Nandakumiira Kaviratna.] pp. iii. 582. ^f^TTTSl 
:»»>\:> [Calcutta, 1864.] 8°. 

YOGENDEACHANDEA DE and NITYADASA 

RAYA. 5'jf^f'Jrft ^f-isir*!* ^^'^OTiT I [Xaga- 
nandinT. A romance by Y. 1). and X. E.] pp. 216. 
^^t^ :>}i.o^ [Calcutta, 1880.] 12°. 



YOGENDEANAEAYANA DASA GHOSHA. 

"5T^llf^°-fT5tpTT5t Tf^^ [Ajayasimha Viliisavati 
niitaka. An adajjlation of Shakspere's " Romeo and 
Juliet," the scene being laid in Rajputana.] pp. 180. 
^rcrl-t-ni 'iWrd. [Calcutta, 1878.] 8°. 

YOGENDEANAEAYANA RAYA. ^^-4ir?^t I 
[Vaiigamahda. Advice to Bengali women on social 
and domestic duties.] pp. ii. 90. 'ijJS\ ^W^ 
[Chinsurah, 1881.] 8°. 

YOGENDEANATHA CHATTOPADHYAYA. STpB 
C^fsf? [An essay on Lord Canning's administration 
as Governor General of India.] pp. ii. 22. ^-P'^'T-lal 
-i^i-iV- [Calcutta, 1861.] 8°. 

The Neelambori, a tale by Jogondei-nauth 



Chatterjea .... ^hrfrft pp. 42. <-h*t4l ^Js^'i 
[Calcutta, I860.] 12°. 

The title is taken from the wrapper. 

YOGENDEANATHA MUKHOPADHYAYA. 

C<t-T?(:* #t& I Tl ■yRT'5f-fF5 I ^n*fJT5I l [Korako 
kita, or The worm in the bud. A tale exposing the 
evils of polygamy amongst Kulin Brahmins.] pp. 145. 
^^mn ^{v8 [Calcutta, 1877.] 12^ 

YOGENDEANATHA VANDYOPADHYAYA. 

^Tfsf rrP^rf?^ I v^fs^T^ I [Ami tomiirai, or I am 
thine. A farce on the evils of a dissolute life.] pp. 2(J. 
^fsmn -i^t-i [Calcutta, 1879.] 12°. 

YOGENDEANATHA VANDYOPADHYAYA 
VIDYABHUSHANA. Sec Mazzim (G.). ^Tf#t? 
^f^?"^ etc. [Itiilir itivritta. An account of the 
life of Mazziui, taken from his autobiography, and 
rendered into Bengali by Y. Y. Y.] [1880.]" 8°. 

YOGINDEACHANDRA RAYA. -JT^sfhs bPd)*! I 
[Sahglta chaudrikii. One hundred and sixteen Saiva 
songs, by Y. R. and Nariiyana Ghosha Hajra.] 
pp. 53. SlJfT^C? 'i't''^ [Serampur, 1854.] 12°. 

YOGINDRANATHA TAEKACHUDAMANI. 
<('|*<>i<t-%n srf^ . . . Kanauakatha, or The penance 
life of Rama. [A drama in five acts] by . . . J. N. 
Turkochuramony. pp. 04, vii. ^fwTSI V^V^j 
[Calcutta, 1879.] 8=. 

Title taken from the wrapper. 

YOUNG (James IIenry). Memos, for Mofussilites. 
No. 2. <Jn summary suits [being a translation of a 
portion of J. H. Y.'s Revenue Hand-book]. snpJpr- 

[Sarasurl niuliaddama vishaye.] EikjI. and Beny. 
pp. 31. Calcutta, 1855. 8°. 



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ACCESSIONS. 



ACADEMIES, ffc.—Cu.rvTT.\.— Unirersifi/. 
Subjects of examination in the Bengali language, 
appointed by the Senate of the Calcutta University, 
for the Entrance Examination of 188-1-85. pp. 152. 
Cakntta, 1884. 8". 

AMRITALALA VASU. f^Tf^ fr^ I (TTtWTf^ 
srr&J^t^ I) [Yivaha vibhriita.] A society comedietta 
in two acts. 2nd edition, pp. 69. ^fsTTTSl 'i^S>'i 
ICakutta, 1885.] 12'. 

BANKIMACHANDEA CHATTOPADHYAYA. 

c>a)C*r«r5 I [Chandrasekhara. A Bengali novel.] 
2nd edition, pp. 197. <-r«t*t4l 'i^Si' [Calcutta, 

1884.] 8^ 

CWft CFl«?rf^ I [Devi Chaudhuranl. A 

Bengali novel.] '-ird edition, pp. 223. ^fsTTpEl 'i^^'i 
ICalcutta, 1884.] 12°. 

BAEAT. See Teailoktanatha Vaeata. 

BASUNTA KUMAR NIOJI. See Vasaxtakujiaea 

KlYOGI. 

BHAGAVATI. W*t»J^ir<iyl I . . . . Dasamhavldya, 
or The ten incarnations of Bhagavati. [Ten coloured 
plates and diagrams, preceded by Sanskrit illustra- 
tive quotations, and followed by descriptions in 
Bengali.] Calcutta, 1884. 4". 

BHAKTIEASAMEITASINDHU. ■«r<P<l "yrt M aF^I^ I 
[A Yaishnava work. Sanskrit text, edited with 
a Bengali translation by Brahma^Tata Samiidhyayi.] 
See Periodical Publications. — Calcutta, ^^srf^- 
fwr^sflfirfsiS [Arshavidyasudhanidhi.] Yol. I. 
Nos. 2-12. [1878-79.] 8=. 

BRAHMADHARMA. ZTf^W ^l«.«i^ nf^-ii 1 
[Brahmadharma. Pt. 1 and 2. Sanski-it text, with 
Devendraniltha Thiikura's Tatjjaiya, or Bengali 
version and commentary, preceded and followed by 
Brahniist prayers.] 5th edition, pp. ix. 351, vi. 
^f^T^ -iyr'^XCakutta, 1883.] 12^. 



BRAHMA SAMAJ. ;gr^«Tm^ ^ttft" 1 « sx\-^ 

srr^ I [Brahraopasana pranilll. A tract on the 

system of divine worship, and prayers of the 

Sadharana Brahma Samiij.] 2nd edition, pp. 36. 
^fwra ^b-'l [Calcutta, 1884.] 12=. 

BRAHMA VRATA SAMADHYAYI. See Bhakti- 

rasamritasindhu. ^fsr^'^TT^^sfjr^ I [Edited with 
a BengaU translation by B. S.] [1878-79.] 8^ 

See Patanjali. «rff«)fw»f^ I etc. [Piinini 

darsana. Edited with a Bengali paraphrase by 
B. S.] [1878-78.] 8°. 

- — ^ms?^ 'f*ff I [Piltanjala darsana. Edited 

with a Bengali paraphrase by B. 8.] 
[1878-79.] 8=. 

See Periodical Publications. — Calcutta. 

'srf^rfwr^irrf'dxs [Arshavidyasudhanidhi. Edited 
bv Yrajanatha Yidyaratna, with the assistance of 
B. S.] [1878-79.] ' 8^ 

See Yedas. — Samaveda. i\\H(.<^ ^ref^ i 

[Samaveda samhita. Edited, with a Bengali trans- 
lation and notes by B. S.] [1878-79.] 8°. 

See Yrajanatha Yidyaratna. ^t"#t? ?T^ 



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C>2ff?^ 5r^*nr5? iraijr^^sii i [Dharmasastrer sama- 
lochanii. A review by Yrajanatha Yidyaratna and 
B. S.] [1878-79.] 8=. 

st^fjrrfw '^r^'S\ I [Dhai-masambandhi vaktrita. 

Addresses on Hindu religion and philosophy.] See 
Periodical Publications. — Calcutta. ^hT<*yl'<- 
sfffsifstS [Arshavidyasudhanidhi.] Yol. I. Xos. 2-7. 
[1878-79.] 8". 

CHANDRAKUMARA DASA. See M.Idblava, Son 
of Indukara. f^xryiVif i^ UmU^ I . . . fsnrrsrfsf- 
,2r^tf*W I [Xidauiirthaprakasika. Edited, with a 
Bengali translation, by Ch. D.j [1882.] 8". 

16 



CHA— KED 



CHANDRASEKHARA VANDYOPADHYAYA. 

^r!rrir?-'*r^l «?j^ ■er&tsrrft? f?T^''TsrFi i [Gangii- 

dhani Sannil, or The diiiiy of tho uiikeinpt ascetic. 
A tale descriptive of ]?onf»al village life and 
manners.] pp. 281. ^fsW-til 'iVb-O \_Calcutta, 
1883.] 12°. 

CHIRANjiVA SARMA. ((f-'HbHli I [Kesava- 
churita. An accoimt of the lift' of Kusavachandra 
Sena.] pp. iv. 247. *rs1<tl4l ^V?* [Calailta, 
1885.] 8°. 

DAKSHA. it^-'ST^frn I [The Daksha-samhita, or 
-sniriti. .Sanskrit text, with a Bengali translation, 
by Kiillvara Vedantaviigisa and Yiidavachandra 
Eiiya.] pp. 48. Spc Kai.7vak.\ VedantavaoTsa 
Bhatt.\(Harva. hS)<? ""SjIt ^?f?75l I [Smriti- 
saiphita.] 1878, etc. S\ " 

DASARATHI RAYA. «iM#t 1 [PiinchalT songs.] 
Pt. VI., IX., and X. ^fsT^tSI ■i^S>^-V5s [Calcutta 
1884-82.] 16°. 

Pt. ri. is of the Uth and Pt. IX. and X. of the 2nd 
edition. Pt. IX. is imperfect, wanting j'P- 1-16. 

DEVENDRANATHA THAKURA. F<re Braiima- 
DHAitMA. T?t^st^ ^^^T^ ilf^-s I [lirahmadharma, 
with D. Th's Tiltparya.] [1883.] 12". 

DHIRENDRANATHA PALA. ^T^ «^?P?T 1 
[Vanger paficharatna, or The five jewels of Bengal. 
Short biographical sketches of the lives of Rania- 
mohana Riiya, Ramagopilla Ghosha, Ilarischandra 
Mukhopiidhyiiya, Justice Dviirikiiniitha Mitra, and 
Kesavachandra Sena.] pp. v. 104. ^rf^T^'Sl ^'^Js'i 
^Calcutta, 1884.] 12". 

DIGGAJACHANDRA VIDYANADI p.^eml 
•JCijjiit^lsIl ^t37 I [Natendralila kiivya. A satire 
in verse against a well-known Bengali actor at 
Calcutta.] pp. 03. "i^Js:* Calcutta, [1884.] 12\ 

DVARIKANATHA MITRA, Judge of the High 

Court at Cii/ciiffii. [Life] Sec DiiTrendranatha 
P.\i.A. TZW? **f*<ri' I [Vanger paijcharatna, or 
The five jewels of Bengal.] [1884.] 12°. 

GOPALACHANDRA MUKHOPADHYAYA. 

^<14<l«t I (pfs^^g^lT^ 5I<J*IJ!>1 i) [Viravarana. A 
storv of the o])prcssions of the Piila kings.] pp. 
232," xii. ^^T^1 ^\!»° ICa/cutta, 1884.] 8°. 

GOPAIiAKRISHNA VANDYOPADHYAYA. 

■?^Tf<1^<1 I [Vaiigadarpniia.] The mirror of Bengal. 
A drama, pp.80. ^fwTTl ^\s.:» [Ca/<;a«ff, 1885.] 8°. 



HARIDASA BABAJf. Tf^ TTJ^ftlS I [Bilul 
sangita. A collection of Biiul songs.] 2 pt. ^fcT^rsI 
^^»):> [Calcutta, 1884.] 8°. 

HARIDASA BHARATi. CttS^ I ^«m sfjyj 
ofi^Ii*!*! 'S\^ ■^sot? I [Sobhanii, or A chai)tir 
in the history of the future. A novel on tho 
future advancement of Indian .society, socially 
and politically.] jip. 235. <'f«l<t-t4l 'iWS [Calcutta, 
1884.] 8°. 

HARISCHANDRA MUKHOPADHYAYA. [Life.] 
Sec IJiiTrk.ndiianatha Pai.a. <c*t<I ^«P?T I 
[Vanger paficharatna, or The five jewels of Bengal.] 
[1884.] 12°. 

INDRANATHA VANDYOPADHYAYA. ^tTj;- 
^T^^ I fPanchu Thiikura. Satirical and humorous 
sketches on social and political subjects in connection 
with India. Reprinted from the Panchananda and 
Vaiigaviisl.] Pt. 3. ^si^tsl [Calcutta, 1885.] 8°. 

JAH ARAL ALA LAHA. See PuRANAS. — Padma- 
purdna. ^^wf^-t^M^3T^-^^ <W<aTri I [Padma- 
puriina in Bengali prose. Edited by J. L.] 
[188i-85.] 8°. 

JNANENDRAKUMARA RAYA CHAUDHURI. 

^^>£r»1 I [Induprabhil. A Bengali novel.] pp.109. 
<trcl<M^i l -iS^V-^ [Calcutta, 1884.] 12". 

KALiVARA VEDANTAVAGiSA BHATTA- 
CHARYA. Sec Sadanaxda YogTndra. The 
Vedantasara, . . . [with a Bengali translation by 
K. V. Bh.], etc. 1883. 8°. 

>l5l* "^f^ '^°fl^ I [Smritisaruhitil. A collec- 
tion of the texts of the chief ancient lawgivers. 
Edited, with commenlaries and Bengali translations, 
b}- K. V. Bh. and Tadavachandra Riiya.] Calcutta, 

1878-80. 8°. 

After Pt. IX. no viore appears to have been published. 
TJte Sinritis published are Daksha and part of Yojiiavalkija, 

KEDARANATHA CHAKRAVARTI and MAHEN- 
DRANATHA BAGCHI. ^?^T? I ^^^T Hf?"^ ^n- 
sfJTiT I [Sainsara. A story of Bengali domestic life, 
showing the advantages of the joint family system.] 
pp. 176. ^fcT^rsl ^^S)' [Calcutta, 1884.] 12°. 

KEDARANATHA VASU. A companion to Sans- 
krit grammar, containing rules for conjugating 
verbs in first and second preterites ... by Kedar 
Nath Basu. (ar^S fW^-TTtiR^lT^ i) [Lurilit siidhana- 
praniill.] New edition, pp. ii. 108. Calcutta, 
1883. 12°. 

Title taken from the wrapper. 



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KES— PAT 



KESAVACHANDRA SENA. [Life.'] See Chiran- 
jTva Sarma. «-*r<5r?^ I [Kesavacharita. An 
account of the life of K. S.] [1885.] S". 

[Life.'] See DhTrexdraxatha Pala. <cs?<i 

»fsp<rf 1 [Vanger paiicharatna, or The five jewels 
of Bengal.] [1884.] 12^ 

[Life.l See Rajakrishna Rata, c^^^- 



r<ICyt^ I [Kesava viyoga. A poem lamenting the 
death of K. S. With a brief sketch of his life.] 
[188-4.] 8^ 

[Life.] See VAxr.ACiiAMiRA Raya. ■^^ffJT 



y'WiH'K C^^T^'FiT^ir -it? ST f^-^rr? < §^41 l [Svarglya 
Brahmilnanda Kesavachandrcr jivana vishaye vak- 
tritS. A lecture on the life of K. S.] [1884.] 8°. 

btfsr^ ■sTf'fsri I ^^m^tl? i gisnfW^J (<t-*i<ibdi 



(TT^ I [Dainika prarthana. A collection of original 
prayers delivered at Kamalkuti in Sept. and Oct. 
1881.] pp. T, 153. ^fsT^tSl "iV'l [Cakutfa, 
1885.] 12^ 



[Prarthana. A collection of original jDrayors de- 
livered during a residence at the Himalayas from 
May to October, 1883.] 3 pt. ^sf^Tsl ^V5>-"i 
[Cakufta, 1885.] 12". 



<.bs^ CiHi»i<) "^'fW^f I [Sevaker nivedana. Sermons 
bj"- K. S. on the New Dispensation.] 5 pt. 2nd 
edition. ^^T^TSl ^V°!>-"i [Calcutta, 1885.] 8°. 

LITURGIES. — ExGLAND, Chinrh of. — Common 
Pnti/er. The Order for Morning and Evening 
Prayer, . . . with the order of the administration of 
the Holy Communion, the administration of Baptism, 
and the Church Catechism, according to the use 
of the United Church of England and Ireland. 
(^sfsrl^ "^t^^il I) [Prarthanilr anukrama.] pp. 
194. Calcutta, 1846. 8°. 

MADHAVA, Son of Iii<Iuhira. vitt^^TlT "S^ 

[Nidiiniirthaprakasika. The Sanskrit text of M.'s 
Nidilna, with a commentarj' by Yijaya Rakshita. 
Edited, with a Bengali translation of the text, by 
Chandrakumara Diisa.] pp. 406. <Fr=i<-|al ^V-V-^ 
[Calcutta, 1882.] 8°. 

MADHAVA DEVA. ^«f3;-<lat<l^ I [Bhakti- 
ratiijivali. A VaishiKU a treatise in verse, on 
dcvntioii.] pp. 259. C5'5!<a:3 ^sT^T^I 'i^Js'i [Tcjpur, 
Cilnilfii YiY\nW-A, 1884.] 12'. 



MAHENDRANATHA BAGCHI. See Kedara- 
x.Itha CiiakravartT and Mahexdraxatha BAOfni. 
^?Tf? I etc. [Samsara. A story of Bengali domestic 
life.] [1884.] 12°. 

MAHESACHANDRA PALA. See S.\yax;acharya. 
T^W^lfV I [Pafichadasl. Edited, with a Bengali 
translation, by M. P.] " [1883-4.] 8°. 

See Upanishads. ^3-y ^j^iTlil c^feftclTl- 

«tf^«- I [The Taittiriya Upanishad. Edited, with 
a Bengali translation, by M. P.] [1882.] 8^ 

&eViJX.\XABHiKSHU. ■5r|;«tJTrt?? I [Siihkhj-a- 



siira. Edited by M. P.] [1884.] 8^ 

NAGENDRANATHA CHATTOPADHYAYA. 

f^f^H-Vi-ft » I [Vividha sandarbha. Miscellaneous 
essays, republished from the Yaiigadarsana and 
other periodicals.] pp. 119. ^-fcK-fil ^5i.!s:> [Calcutta, 
1884.] 8°. 

NAPHARCHANDRA DATTA. C^T^RTlf^St .... 
•i11j<? [Meghanadabadha nataka.] 2nd edition, 
pp. iv. 74. Calcutta, 1290 [1884.] 8°. 

NAVINAKRISHNA VANDYOPADHYAYA. 

.SjT'flfS? Tf^n I [-^^-Sr^rt^ -SJ^RfiT I) [Pras- 
nottaramala. A catechism on the i^rincijiles of the 
Hindu religion.] Pt. I. pp. 56. sj^r*'M<fk 'i^^^ 
[Murshidahad, 1884.] 8°. 

NRISIMHACHANDRA MUKHOPADHYAYA. 
Padya prakasa. A poetical class-book in Bengali. 
Pt. III. Compiled by Nrisinha Chandra Mukherji. 
Sixth edition. (Revised and enlarged.) *fw ■Sf^tf I 
pp. ii. 156. Calcutta, 1882. 12=". 

Wanting Pt. I. and II. 

PATANJALi. <Trr«ifsiir*fsrer I Ti «r^nir*?*J{ I 

sr^f^ ^rS^fsT 'Sf'it^ST I [Piinini darsana. Sanskrit 
text and commentary. Edited, with a Bengali 
paraphrase, by Brahmavrata Siimadhyayl.] See 
Periodical Plblicatioxs. — Calcutta. ^srr^fwT^- 
irrfsfffS. [Arshavidyasudhiinidhi.] Yol. I. No. 
2-9. [1878-79.] 8°. 

It^^^ T*ff I [Piitaiijala darsana. Sanskrit 

text and commentary. Edited, with a Bengali 
paraphrase, by Brahmavrata Samadhyayl.] See 
Perkiihcal PiHi.icATioxs.— rff/(»)')'(r. ^rWr4yf'.(.- 
srff*'f5tS [Arshavidyasudhiinidhi.] Yol. 1. Nos. 2-12. 
[1878-79.] 8\ 



123 



TER— RAM 



PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS. — C.U.CUlTA. 
'srNfT^rr^sfTWifS [ Arsliavidyilsiulhanidln. A 
monthly peiiodical for the publication of Sanskrit 
texts, with Bengali translations and notes. Compiled 
and edited by Vrajanatha Yidyaratna with the 
assistance of Brahmavrata Siimadhyuyl.] Pt. 2-12. 
^?f=m^ ^^V5. [Calcutta, 1878-79.]" 8^ 

Imperfect ; wanting Pt. I. No more appears to have been 
published. 

The Bengali works in this periodical are separately 
catalogued under the following headings : — 

1 . Bhiiktirasrimritasindliu. 

2. Brahmavrata SamadhyayT. 

3. Patanjali. 

4. Purunas. — VrihaddharmapurOna. 
6. Ycdas. — Sdmareda. 

6. Vrajanatha Vidyaratna. 

PR APHULL ACH ANDR A VANDYOPADHYAYA 
■^1^ ^^? f?;^>2r^W I [Giik cvam Hindu prabandha. 
A comparison between the present and past con- 
ditions of the Greeks and Hindus, their religious 
systems, arts, and sciences.] pp. xx. 447. ^FraTTSl 
ns.^ [Calcutta, 1884.] 8°. 

PITRANAS. ^f?tl2r^ I [Puranaprachara. A 
serial intended for the publication of the Puranas, 
Sanskrit text with Bengali prose translations.] 
Pt. 1-3. <t-rgt<-T3l \K\rCs. [Calcutta, 1878, etc.'] 8°. 

The Puranas from irhich selections have been made are 
the Mdrlcandeya and Matsyapurunas. It seems doubtful 
whether any more of this series has been published. 

~ "STxlV"^ <ar?ftW I [The eighteen chief 



Puranas, edited, with a Bengali translation, and ex- 
tracts from other Sanskrit works, by Rasikamohana 
ChattopadhyiiyQ.] ^fsTTTSl ^%.t->) [Calcutta, 1882, 

ctc.i' 4°. 

In progress. 

NaRADAPI HANA. 

^^ srf^fft? ^t?Tl I [Vrihat Nilradapurana, 



translated into prose by Yajfipsvara Vandyopadh- 
yiij-a.] pp. ii. ii. 367. <ff«i<-|^sl ^^»>^ [Calcutta, 
1885.] 8°. 

Padmapur.\na. 



^:<^<Ilt I [Pudniajjunina, translated into Bengali 
prose, and edited by Jaharalala Liiha.] 4 Vol. 
^U-^ \ i ,\ \\yryj-i>\ [Calcutta, 1881-85.] 8°. 
Without the Uttaralihanda. 

YKIIIAnnilARMAriRANA. 

ZT^Hi''S^V\ I [Yrihaddharmapurilna. Sanskrit 



text and Bengali prose translation by Vrajanatha 
Vidyaratna.] Sec Pkriodkai, Prin.ifATioxs. — Cal- 
cutta. *Jl«r<yt'«.5rrf*'f5( ? [Arshavidvasudhiinidhi.] 
Vol. I. iS'os. 2-12. [1878-79.] 8°. " 



RAJAKRISHNA RAYA. ^ t!( <^ I WfJ ^ ^Htl I 
[Granthavali, or The conijdcte works of R. R.] 
:Jrd edition, pp. viii. 724. ^el-tt*! ^\!9^ [Calcutta, 
1885.] 8°. 

CT'^-f^ZTTf^f I [Kesava viyoga. A poera 



lamenting the death of Kesavachandra Sena. With 
a brief sketch of bis life, and obituary notices in 
English and Bengali.] pp. viii. 24, x. <t-fci<f(a| 
^^S)» [Calcutta, 1884.] 8'. 

RAMAGOPALA GHOSHA. [Life.'] See DiiTren- 
DRAX.\THA Pai.a. ^zvt? ^^T^ \ [Vaiigcr paficha- 
ratna, or The five jewels of Bengal.] [1884.] 12°. 

RAMAMOHANA RAYA. [Life.] See DhTrf.n- 
DRAXATiiA Pala. 'HtWll t?P?T I [Vaiigcr paficha- 
ratna, or The five jewels of Bengal.] [1884.] 12°. 

RAMANANDA RAYA. ■et^tTT'TTa^ STf^? I 
[Jaganniitliavallabha niltaka. A dramatic poem in 
Sanskrit on the sports of Krishna at Viindiivana. 
With a Bengali translation by Riimanarayana 
Vidyilratna.] 2nd edition, pp. 116. "i^f^lfWlt ^\V»> 
[Mnrshlduhail, 1882.] 8°. 

RAMANARAYANA VIDYARATNA. See Rama- 
XANDA Rava. '5i5t'?T'^?^"» ^T^° I [Jaganniltha- 
vallabha niitaka. AVith a Bengali translation by 

R. v.] [1882.] 8°. 

See RiJPA GosvamT. ^ntTf^^ I [Padyilvall. 



With a Bengali translation by R. V.] [1884.] 8°, 

RAMANATHA DASA. Bengali hand-map of Cal- 
cutta : [with a list of streets and public buildings] 
.... by Romauauth Dass .... ^fsT^t^l? STfsf f53f I 
[Kalikatarmanachitra.] pp.44. Calcutta, 1884. 8°. 

RAMATARANA SANNYALA. ■?f«l^-'5f?Tn I 
[Banik-duhitii, or The merchant's daughter. A 
play in verse.] pp. '60. <-r<:1<-f41 'i^^'i [Calcutta, 
1885.] 12°. 

RAMATARAKA MUKHOPADHYAYA. Sank- 
shipta Zeniiiidari and Mabajani. A short treatise 
on zcmindari and mahajani . . . ^»f^g 'SffsntTft « 
;i^ | 5i^ I Third edition, pp. 74. ^-fiT^ni 'iV-Va 
[Calcutta, 1885.] 12°. 

RAMESVARA BHATTACHARYA. ^TC^PSfft ^^^^- 
•'T?T?ri I [Ramtsvarl Satyauilriiyana. A poem on 
the god SatyananTyana.] pp. 15. ^fwTSI 'i^Vfe 
[Calcutta, 1884.] 12°. 



121 



RAS— UPA 



HASIKAMOHANA CHATTOPADHYAYA. See 
PuRANAS. ^«Tir*r <a:?1'W l [The eighteen chief 
Puranas, edited, with a Bengali translation, by 
R. Ch.] [1882, etc.'] 4^ 

RAVINDRANATHA THAKURA. Wf^ ^t37 I 
■Sf^fs? .2ff5r*rf«f I [Prakritir pratisodha, or 
Nature's retaliation. A dramatic poem.] pp. 81. 
■^U^V^ -iXto^ [Calcutta, 1884.] 12°. 

ROMANAUTH DASS. See EamanItha Dasa. 

ROUSE (G. H.). f^^t^ I [Furkiin. A tract 
for Muhammadan readers, shewing that the Koran 
is not of divine origin.] Third edition, pp. 8. 
Calcutta, 1884. 8°. 

RUPA GOSVAMi. kHa-r^ir^-gcft I [Danakeli- 
kaimiudT. A Vaishnava play in Sanskrit, on the 
story of Piidhii and Krishna, with a Sanskrit 
commentary by Jiva Gosviiml, and a Bengali trans- 
lation by Ramanarayana Vid3-aratna.] See Rama- 
nar.\yana Vidyaratxa. ^T?RW>2r^lf*in I Pt. 1-6. 
[1881, etc.'] 8°. 

*itrj|<i^ I [Padyiivall. A Taishnava poem, 



compiled from several authors by R. Gr., with a 
Sanskrit commentary, called Rasikaraiigadii, by 
Virachandra GosvamI, and a Bengali transla- 
tion of the text by Ramanariiyana Vidj-aratna.] 
pp. XV. 372, V. X^f^tTTf^flf V^Si'i [_Mu)'tihklahad, 
1884.] 8°. 

f^?r5t^t5R 5rr&^» I [VidagdhamJidhava 



niitaka. A Vaishnava play in Sanskrit, with a 
Sanskrit commentary by Visvaniitha Chakravarti, 
and a Bengali translation by Ramaniirayana Yidya- 
ratna, and occasional verses by Yadunandana 
Thiikura.] See Ramanarayana Vidyaratxa. ^- 

^Rir^'^mf»r^ i Pt. r-ir. [1881, etc.] b\ 

SADANANDA YOGINDRA. The Yedantasara, 
or Manual of Adwita philosophy, of Paramhansa 
Sadananda Jogindra. With an introductory memoir 
[in English, by Nandaliila Dhola, a Hindi translation 
by Rama Biii, one in Bengali by Kiilivara Yedanta- 
vilglsa, and another in English by Nandaliila Dhola.] 
.... Edited by Heeralal Dhole. 5 pt. Calcutta, 
1883. 8°. 

SANGITAMUKULA. ir#^5-TS[^^ I [Saiiglta- 
niukula. Brabmist hymns for infant schools.] 
2nd edition, pp. ii. 26. ^fcK-t^l {^Calcutta, 
1885.] 32°. 



SAYANACHARYA. Xj^f^'^gi - q^^ q - -qirT^- 
«<«4qir(«<*T-'qW^^ I [I'ufichadasl. A Sanskrit 
work on Yedanta philosophy, with Ramakrishna'e 
commentary. Edited, with a Bengali translation, 
by Mahesachandra Pilla.] pp. 11. 707. cftf^cftM l 
«icoq ICakutfa, 1883-84.] 8°. 

SITANATHA NANDI. TT^SX^ I [Yarigagriha, or 
The Bengali home. A tale condemning the Hindu 
custom of giving their daughters away in marriage 
without their consent,] pp. ii. 84. ^fwtSI ^^Si^ 
[Calcutta, 1884.] 8='. 

One of the "Mary Carpenter Series." 

SIVANATHA SASTRI. ^t rs Catr' I [Jiitibheda. 
A discourse on the origin, development and gradual 
decline of Hindu caste distinctions.] pp. 67. ^il^T^ 
^!^s>^ [Calcutta, 1884.] 12=. 

STAPLEY (L. A.). Part I. of a series of graduated 
translation exercises, English-Bengalee, Bengalee- 
English, with rules and remarks for the guidance 
and assistance of native teachers and students. 
Exercises translated from the author's English 
drafts by Basunta Kumar Nioji. Second edition, 
pp. vi. 36, xxii. iv. Calcutta, 1884. 8°. 

SYAMALALA MITRA. fjPTprTtft TTStft I 
[Misryiitrl Biingiill, or The experiences of a Bengali 
emjjloyed in the Egj'jjtian campaign.] pp. ii. 137. 
^fwrsi ^^!»^ [Calcutta, 1884.] 8°. 

TARINICHARANA BHATTACHARYA. ^^'StTT- 
^W ^fS^T^JV I [Kiuidaiaharana. A Sanskrit 
poem in five cantos, on the story of Karna, from the 
Mahabhiirata, with a Bengali prose translation.] j^p. 
51. <-U<i:- ] i ] ^v»a [Calcutta, 1883.] 8'. 

TINKADI VISVASA. T>«t#M^ I ■STvV^ TT^ ftiTl I 
etc. [Dhapakirtana. A representation of the sports 
of Krishna, adapted for musical performances.] pp. 
130. ^^^ -i^fe^ [Calcutta, 1885.] 12°. 

UMESACHANDRA GUPTA. ft^RTcIl srfW I 

[Ylrabiila. A drama on the defeat of Selcucus by 
Chandragupta, king of Magadha.] 2nd edition, pp. 
57. ^fwTSl :>^s.^ [Calcutta, 1884.] 8°. 

UPANISHADS. ^go-Ii:§r^cf ftir ^^5fgftnn<tf^«- I 
[The Taittirlya Upanishad. Sanskrit text and com- 
mentary. Edited, with a Bengali translation of the 
text, by Mahesachandra Pilla.] pp. 138. * Hi 4-1 41 
•iva [Calcutta, 1882.] 8°. 



I2r. 



VAN— YOG 



VANGACHANDRA RAYA. ^^TfjT ^?^si'^ f^*f7- 
VCW? Si^^W f^r^r? < «j»4l I Svarjjiya liraliinanaiula 
Kcsavat'haiulror jivaiia visliaye vaktritii. A Icfturc 
on the life and teachings of Kesavachandra Sena.] 
pp. 22. TjRI ^VV8 [Dacca, 1884.] 8°. 

VASANTAKUMARA NIYOGI. See "Stapley 
(L. A.). I'urt I. of a scries of graduated translation 
exercises . . . Exercises translated ... by Basunta 
Kumar Nioji. 1884. 8", 

VEDAS.— Ramaveda. TTfsnr^W ^?f|^ I [Silmaveda 
sambitii. Sanskrit text and eomnieutary. Edited, 
with a Bengali translation and notes by Brahmavrata 
Samadhyiiyl.] See PKRiomcAi, Publications. — 
Cakiiita. ^ i^r<itj| v,stTf5ifs(8 [Arsbavidyiisudhii- 
nidhi.] Vol. I. No8. 2-10. [1878-79.] '8°. 

VIJNANA BHIKSHU. ■JTt?«lJJrr?? I [Siiiikhyasiira. 
Sanskrit text, with a Bengali translation. Edited 
by Mahcsachandra Piila.] pp. iv. 131. <-fci<t-f4l 
^V-05. [Calcutta, 1884.] 8°. 

VRAJANATHA VIDYARATNA. &P Periodicai, 
I'lHLiCATioxs.— CrtAffi'/rt. ^ t y r<l W I ^srlfJtfsci [Arsha- 
vidyilsudhilnidhi. A monthly periodical, edited by 
V. v.] [1878-79.] 8°. 

Sec PuRANAS. — Vrihaddharmapurdm. 'Z^- 

^<Jt<rf1 I [Vrihaddharmapuiana. With a Bengali 
translation by V. v.] [1878-79.] 8". 

See Vrajavilasa. ;3"srfzsTT^ cfe. [An anon}-- 

mous satire on a Sanskrit address, delivered by V. V., 
against Hindu widow-marriage.] [1884.] 8°. 

<lJ<t'«(1 iT^-sr^ I [Vyavasthasamgraha. De- 
cisions on various questions of Hindu law, compiled 
from various Sanskrit sources by V. V.] See 
Pkriodicat. Priu.ic'ATioxs.— Crt/c^^/ff. 'srN^TttTT^r- 
SfTf^fst? [Arshavidyilsudhilnidhi.] Vol. I. JVos. 
2-7. [1878-79.] 8°. 

VRAJANATHA VIDYARATNA and BRAHMA- 
VRATA SAMADHYAYi. ^^Wt? ?tSf (^Eff?^ 
^■"fTT^? Jiitfi'^It?*'! I [Dharmasastrer saina- 
lochanii. A review of the Dharmasiistra prapancha, 
a Sanskrit religious treatise.] Sec Pekiodical 
Publications.— C'rt/c»)'i'c/. ^STT^^JT^irrfff'tS [Arsha- 
vidyasudhanidhi.] Vol. I. Nos. 3-G. Sansk. and 
Beng. [1878-79.] 8°. 



VRAJAVILASA. ■^^fjrat'JT ^<tM'5p«, -^r^ sr^- 
<t-t<lJ I [A'rajaviliisa. An anonymous satii'e on a 
Sanskrit address, delivered by A'rajaniitha Vidyii- 
ratna, at the Hindudharmarakshinl Sabhii at Jessore, 
against Hindu widow-marriages, which was pub- 
lished in No. 121, Vol. 73 of the Samiichiirachan- 
drika.] pp. ix. GO. <ffcI<'T'Al 'i^Sf'i [Calcutta, 
1884.] 8^ 

YADAVACHANDRA RAYA. See KalTvara 

VedantavagTsa Biiattacii.\rva. HG)* ^"^f^ ^?f?75l 1 
[Smritisamhita. Edited by Kiillvara Wdantaviiglsa 
and Y. 11.] 1878, etc. 8°. 

YADUNANDANA THAKURA. See Rupa Gn- 
svamT. f?W'fS(TfSR srn?^; I [Vidagdliamildliava 
nataka. A Vaishnava play, with occasional verses 
by Y. Th.] [1881, etc.'] 8°. 

YAJNAVALKYA. gtSsT^W - iT?f$^ I [The 
Yajnavalkya-smriti, I. -II. 288, witli Viji'ianosvara's 
Mitakshara, and a Bengali translation by Kiilivara 
Vedilntavaglsa Bhattachiirya.] See KalTvara Ve- 
dantavagTsa Bhattacharya. Hbl* ""SJ^S ^?f^75l I 
[Smritisamhita.] 1878, etc. 8°. 

YAJNESVARA VANDYOPADHYAYA. See 
PuHANAs. — Ndrddapurdiiii. 'ZJ'^ 5I1<Il»TlI ^CTf*) I 
[Vrihat Niiradapurana, translated by Y. V.] 

[1885.] 8°. 

YOGENDRANARAYANA RAYA. *i(M(.*X^-^- 
^«n I [Svadeser hitakathii. Short essays on the 
present condition of educated Bengalis.] pp. 118. 
^-r^ K M^l ^i^s.' [C(dcutta, 1884.] 12°. 

YOGENDRANATHA BHATTACHARYA. Vya- 
vastha-kalpadruma. A treatise on the Hindu law of 
inheritance, succession, partition, adoption, marriage 
and stridhan, by Jogendra Nath Bhattacharjya. 
pp. XX. iv. 290, 33. Calcutta, 1884. 8°. 

YOGI PREMANANDA. C^fi:^ tTT^T? I [Premer 
darbiir. A Brahmist tale in verse.] pp. G5. 
^fsm^ :»'!,59-i [Calcutta, 1884.] 12". 



126 



LNDEX OP ORIENTAL TITLES. 



[The references in t/iis Index are to the names of the authors or other headings under which the works are 
catalogued. In the case of anonymous tcorks, ichich are catalogued under their titles, the phrase " in loco " 
is used in referring to them. Oriental titles only are entered in this Index, or those in which English words 
occur only as forming an essential part of an Oriental title.'] 



Abludhana. 

See Dictionaries. 
Abhijiiana Sakimtala nataka. 

See KlLmlsA. 
Abhimanyubadha. 

See GlETSACHANDEA GhOSHA. 

Abhimanyubadba kavya. 

See AghoranIiha VAjfDTOPADHrlifA. 
Abhimanyubadha nataka. 

See Nandalala llIrA. 



See Nasendeakuiiara Sila. 



See TixKABi Visvasa. 
Abhimanyubadha yatra. 

See AKSHAYAKrilARA De. 
See IfAXDAiALA Eaya. 

See Naphaechandba Datta. 

See TrsKADi Visvasa. 
Abhimanyusambhara kavya. 

See Peasadadasa Gosvami. 
Achabhuyar bombachak. 

See Nadapeia Haxdarama, jJseud. 
Adabat al-nisa. 

See MriiAiiiiAj) Isma'il. 
AdarsasatT. 

See ATULAKRisnjTA Mitra. 
Adbhuta Indrajala. 

See Kalicharana Ghosha. 
Adbhuta upanyasa. 

See KaMAKALI BHATTACHiEfA. 

Adhikaranamala. 

See Bharati Tibtha. 
Adhyapanar adarsa. 

See ISAXACHAXDEA MUKHOPADHTAYA. 

Adhyatmatattva o Brahraasadhana. 

See Vijatakrishxa Gosvami. 
Adhyatmavijnana [in local. 



Adhyatmika. 

See PYARicnlXDA Mitra. 
Adipustaka. 

See Bible. — Old Testament. — Genesis. 
Adirasa. 

See Kalidasa. 
Adrishtapariksha. 

See Napoleon I., Emperor of the French. 
Adrishtavijaya. 

See HaRIMOHAXA ilUKHOPADHTlVA. 

^katana. 

See SArRisDEAMOHAXA Thakuea. 
Agatya svTkara. 

See Umachaeaxa De. 
Ahalya. 

See MABHrsUDAXA Mukhopadhtata. 
Ahkam i salat. 

See ilrHAiruAD Fax? Al-Din. 
Aitareya TJpanishad. 

See IJPAXISHADS. 

Aitihasika rahasya. 

See Bajiadasa Sena. 
Aitihasika upanyasa. 

See Bhcdeva MukhopIbhyIta. 



See Cauxtee (J. H.), B.B. 
Ajayasimha VUasavatT n.ataka. 

See TOGENDEANARAYAXA DaSA GhOSHA. 

Ajnanabodhika. 

See Gaurakisoea Dasa. 
Akala kusuma. 

See KaLIVAEA VEDAXTAVAGisA BHATTiCHAKrA. 

Akala unnati. 

See Eajarajenbea Chandra. 
Akhyanamanjarl. 

See IsVAEACnANDEA YrDTASAGARA. 

Aksharaparichaya. 

See Dixabaxdhu Ntaxaeatna. 
AMcr gharcr dulal. Mitra. J 

See Tekchanda TnlKrEA pseud, [i.e. PrlEicHA-NDA 
Alaler gharer dulal nataUa. 

See HiRALiLA Mitka. 



127 



INDEX OF TITLES. 



Amanirtha didliiti. 

See Amailvsimua. 
Ami mmanl. 

See BiirvAjfArnAXDRA iTcKnoPADnYAYA. 
Amir Hrimzrir putlii. 

See GnAEiB Allah. 
Ami tomSrai. 

Sec YoGEXDRANATHA VANDTOPADnYAYA. 

Anandalaliari. 

See Saxkaiu Acuakya. 
Anaiida raho. 

See GiRisAcnANDHA Ghosiia. 
Anathinl nataka. 

See JaXAKTaTIIA GAXGOPADHYAYi. 

AndluT chakslnirdana. 

See FAKiRcnixD Vasudeta. 
AngadaiiiyaTar nataka. 

See Aghorachandba Dasa Ghosha. 
Ankabodha. 

See Praxanatha Chakravarti. 
Ankapustaka. 

See MAHEXDRANATnA Datta. 
AnnadamafiRala. 

See Bhakatachandra K.\ya. 
Annund Nahoorry \_i.e. Anandalaliari]. 

See Saxkara Achakya. 
AnutapLui navakamim nataka. 

See KowE (N.). 
Anuvadasara. 

See MAnESACHAXBRA VandtopIdhyata. 
Apanar niukha apani dekha. 

See EiioLAXAxnA MrsnoPADnYAYA. 
Aparokslianiibliuti. 

See Saxkara Acharya. 
Apsarakanana. 

See Atulakbisdxa Mitra. 
ApsaiTmilana [/« loco^. 
Aranyasamliita. 

See Vedas. — Samaveda. — Aranyasamhitd. 
Arjunabadha nataka. 

See Naxdalala Rata. 
Arshavidyasudhanidhi. 

See Periodical Publicatioxs. — Calcutta. [^Accessions']. 
Arthavyayahara. 

See Rajakrishna Raia Chaudhcri. 
ArundliatT. 

See Rajakrishna Datta. 
Arunodaya. 

See MoRTUTEE (F. L.) Mrs. 



See Periodical Publications. — Serampur. 
Ar3-abrdaka. 

See Naoendrakrishna Ghosha. 
Aryacharita. 

See Tauadhaxa Taekabhushana. 
AryajivanT. 

See Ramaxatha Sarastati. 
Aryasanpta. 

See Navixachaxdra Mitxhopadhyata. 
Asamburaiiji. 

See Halirama Sarma. 
Asauchapanchali. 

See Vaidyaxatha Saetabhauma. 
'Ashik i janjal. 

See Muhammad Ghinit. 
Asbtadasa mahapuraniya anukramanika. 

See Jaxamejaya Mitra. 
Ashtavakrasanihita. 

See Ashtavakra. 



Asiyar vivarana. 

See Haraxachandea MuKnopIonYATA. 
Asmancr naksa. 

See Ramas.uivasva Bhattacharya. 
Asrar al-khwabnamab. 

See Muhammad EnAiut. 
Asrar i salat. 

See 'AiiD Al-'Aziz. 
AsnimatT nataka. 

See jYoruiiNDRAXATHA Thakdea. 
Astradi rukliibur ain. 

See IxDiA. — Legislative Council. 
A?u ankabodhaka. 

See SURYAXABATANA ChATTOPADHYATA. 

Asurodvaha nataka. 

See SuoTRiYA Brahman. 
AsusamviddayinT. 

See U.mesacu.\ndra Chattopadhyaya. 
Atmruiatmaviveka. 

See Saxkara AcnAEYA. 
Atmatattvakaumudi. 

See KRi?;nNAMiSEA. 
Atmatattvavichara. 

See KsuvDEAEAMA Deva Saema, 
Ausbadlia sarasamgraha. 

See Ramakamala Sexa. 
Aushadha sindhulaliari. 

See Keishxadasa Vasumallika. 
Avakasaranjini \Jn loco]. 
Avasarasarojint. 

See Rajakrishna Raya. 
Avatara. 

See Fakirchand Babaji. 
Ayogyavivaha. 

See Navixachandea Dasa. 
Ayurvedadai-paua. 

See Narayaxa Raya. 
Ay un-edavij nana. 

See YixoDAL.Ii.A Sexa Gupta. 
Ayurvediya dravyabbidhana. 

See VixoDABALA Skxa GlI'TA. 
Ayurvedokta dravyagunabbidliana. 

See Mahexdeanatha Ghoshala. 
Babhruvrdiana yuddha. 

See TiNKApi YisvASA. 
Baghcr ghare gbogcr vasa. 

See Mahesacuaxdea Dasa De. 
Bagh Bahar. 

See KnusHAU, Amir. 
Bahudarsana. 

See KiLARATXA Haldab. 
BahulTnatattva. 

See Kalipada Mukhopadhtaya. 
Bahuvivaha rahita baoya ucbita ki na. 

See IsVAEACHAXDEA ViDYASAOAEA. 

Baibal yatri. 

See Campbell (J.), Minister of Kingsland Chapel, 
Baibtd prakasita dbarma, etc. 

See Mu.NDT (G.). 
Baital PacbisT \jn hco\ 
Bakyabolee \i.e. Yakyavali]. 

See Pearson (J. D.) Rev., of Chinsurah. 
Balibadba yatra. 

See Aghoeachandea Dasa Ghosha. 
Balyavivaba. 

See SOMAXATHA MuKHOPADHYATA. 

Balyavivaba ucbita nay. 

See KsniRODAGOPALA Mitra. 
Balyodvaba nataka. 

See Syamachahana Srimaxi. 



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Bandhuvilasa. 

See KusADEVA Pala. 
Banga. 

[For titles beginning with this word see under 

Vanga.] 
Bangala adarsalipi. 

See C'oprBooK. 
Bangalabodha vyakaraiia. 

See Bengali Geammak. 
Bangala Hatem Tai. 

See Hiiiii ill. 
Bangala Kathalik Katikijra. 

See Catholic Catechism. 
Bangala kavita vishayaka prabandha. 

Sec E.iirGAXALA Vandyopadhyava. 
Bangalar itihasa. 

See Isvaeachandea Yidyasagara. 



See Maeshmax (J. C). 



See EaJAKEISHSA ilaKHOPADHTAYA. 



See E.AMAGATi Xyayaeatsa. 
Bangala sahitya samgraha. 

See JIahendrasatha Bhattachaeya. 
Bangala sangita samgraha. 

See Bangaxa saxgita. 
Bangala siksha grantha. 

See Radhakanta Deva, Raja. 
Bangala vyakarana. 

See CniXTAMAyi Gangopadhyaya. 



KAXiPEASANS^A VlDYARilNA. 



See Eeishnakisoea Vandyopadhtaya. 



See LOHAEAMA SlEOHATNA. 



See Syamachaeaxa Chattopadhtata. 
Banijyadai-pana. 

See Jagadisa Tabkalaxkaka. 
Banik-duhita. 

Baiiataeana SiinfYALA. [-4«essi'o«s]. 
Baprebap ! Nilakarer ki atyachara ! 

See IxBiGO Plaxtees. 
Baptismer niyamer stliirlkarana dhara. 

See LiirRGiES. — England, Church of. — Particular 

Services. 
Bara Amir Hamza. 

See Ghaeib Allah. 
Batris simhasana. 

See ViKEAiiADiTYA, Khiff of Ufjayinl. 
Baul saiigita. 

See Haeidasa Babaji. \_Acce8sions]. 
Bebhasnama. 

See Jamal AL-Dbf. 
Bejoy Basanta Jatra \_i.e. Tijayavasanta yatra]. 

See Naphaechandea Daita. 
Benazir Badrimunir. 

See Xasie 'AlT. 
Betal panchabinshati. 

See Baital Pachisi. 
Bhagavadgita. 

See Mahabhahata. — Bhagavadgita. 
Bhagavatamrita. 

See Saxatax'a Gosviirr. 
Bhagavatapurana. 

See PuE.AXAS. — Bhagavatapurana. 
Bhagavata tattvakaumudl. 

See PuEAXAS. — Bhagaratapura na . 



Bhagavatigita. 

See PuEAXAS. — Bhagavatapurana. — Bliagavat'igUd. 
Bhagnahridaya. 

See RAvIxDRAX.ATnA Thakuea. 
Bhaishajyadhanvantari. 

See Chaxdrakanta Dasa Kavikatxa. 
Bhaislia j y aprak asa. 

See Aghohachaxdba Siuha. 
Bhaishajyaratna. 

See KalImohaxa Sena Gupta. 
Bhaishajyaratna vall. 

See DUEGADASA Kaea. 



See Govixdadasa, Eaviruja. 
Bhaishajyatattya. 

See Buck (H.). 
Bhaktamala. 

See K.lBHAjr. 
Bhakter jTvana. 

See Maihukaxatha Natha. 
Bhaktiehaitany achandrik a . 

See Chieaxjita Saema. 
Bhaktichintamani. 

See YitixDAVAifA Dasa. 
Bhaktigan a m rita . 

See Mahtab Chaxd, BMJa of Barduian. 
Bhaktirasamritasindhu [in loco. Accessions^. 
Bhaktiratnavall 

See Madhava Deva. \_A€ce8sions'\. 
Bhaktitattvasara \Jn loco']. 
Bhaiiga ganyer maral. 

See LoKAXAiHA Naxdi. 
Bhanuvati. 

See Ramazax Allah. 
Bharata bhaisliajyatattva. 

iS'ee Ambikachae-axa Rakshita. 
Bharatachandra Raya gunakarer granthasankalana. 

See Bhaeatachaxdea Raya. 
Bharatachandra Raya gunakarer jivanavrittanta. 

See Isvaeacha-Sdea Gupta. 
Bharatagana. 

See Raja KRISHNA Raya. 
Bharata itihasa. 

See Rajanikaxta Gupta. 
Bharatakosha. 

See Rajakeishxa Raya and Sarachchandba Deva. 
Bharatamahila. 

See Haeapeasada Sastei. 
Bharatavarshe Imraj rajatver samkshipta itihasa. 

See Kaxtichaxdea R.Ipni. 
Bharata varsher bhugolavrittanta. 

See Pyarichaeaxa Saekae. 
Bharatavarsher bhuvrittanta. 

See Keishnachaxdea Raya. 
Bharatavarsher itihasa. 

See Kedaeaxatha Datta, of Hatkhola. 



See Maeshmax (J. C). 



See NiLAMANi Vasaka. 



See Taeixicharana Chattopadhyaya. 
Bharatavarsher puravritta. 

See JivAXAKKisuxA Chattopadhtaya. 
Bharatavarsher samasta itihasa. 

See Ramagati Nyayaeatxa. 
Bharatavarsher samkshipta itihasa. 

See Kedaeaxatha Vaxdyopadhyata. 
Bharatavarsher vivaraua. 

See Sasibhushaxa Chattopadhtaya. 



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INDEX OF TITLES. 



Bhriratavarshiya dandavidhi. 

See India. — Lmjislative Council. 
Bhai-atavarsluyii krisliivishayaka vividha samgraha. 

See Ac.vDKMiKs, etc. — Calcutta. — Agrtcultural 

Horticultural Society of India. 
Blifiratavarshiya sabha. "V 

."sabliar niyama. ( 

sabliar prastava. I 

sabliar vivaiana. ' 

See British Indian Association, of Calcutta. 
Bbaratavarsliiya samvadapatra. 

See Pkriodical PrBLiCATroxs. — Calcutta. 
Bbaratavarsliiya upSsaka sampradaya. 

See Aksuayaki'maka D.^tta. 
Bhardtavilapa }"atra. 

See Gop.ALACHANDRA MiTHA, BvamatiH. 



and 



See NAPHARcnANDRA Datta. 
Bharator prati Imlander kartavya. 

See Kf.savachandra Sf.xa. 
Bbarati. 

See Periodical PrBLiCATioxs. — Calcutta. 
Bbaratiya natyarabasya. 

See SAritTxnuAMoiiAXA Thakcra. 
Bbargavavijaya kavya. 

See GoPALAcnANDRA Chakratarti. 
BbasbadravTaguna [/» loco^. 
Bbattikavya. 

See Bhatti. 
Bheka musbiker yiiddba. 

See Homer. [B«T/)ap^o^»i;o;irt;^/n.J 
Bbikbarl. 

See Prasanxarata CnAUDHURi, Devi. 
Bblmavikrama. 

See Aghorachandr.\ Dasa Ghosha. 
Bbishagbandhii. 

See Durgadasa Kara. 
Bbisbak subrid. 

See B-lDHAGOViKnA Kara. 
Bbisbana jbanjba. 

See Laksbminaratana ChakravartI. 
Bbramanasaka. 

See Error. 
Bbraraavinasa. 

See Aghoranatha Tattvanidhi. 
Bhrantivinoda. 

See K.alipr.\saxna Ghosha. 
Bbugola C'vam jyotisba. 

See Pearson (J. D.), Rev., of C'hinsurah. 
Bbugolankura. 

>SVt' SrlM.ACHAEANA ClIATTOPADnyA YA. 

Bbugolapravcsa. 

See TARIXICHABANACHATTOPADnrAVA. 

Bbugolaratnakara. 

See Vajngachandea Chaxda. 
Bbugolasara. 

See Udatakbishita Datta. 
Bbugolasara samgraha. 

See !Nilaj£amala Ghoshala. 
Bbugolasutra. 

See GoPALACHASDRA Vasp. 
Bbugolavivaraua. 

See Tarinichar.vna Chattopadhyaya. 
Bbugolavrittanta. 

See KRISH.VAMOnANA Vandyopadtiyaya. 



See Peahce ("W. H.). 
BbuvanamobinT nataka. 

See DInan.Itha Chattopadhyaya. 



BbuvanamobinT pratibba. 

See NAviNAcnANDUA jrrKnor.\niiY.IVA. 
Bhuvanavrittanta. 

See Govixdakanta ViDY.\BnCsnANA. 
Bbibabati [/.«. Vibbavati]. 

See Nhisimhaciiandra Mckhopadhyaya. 
Bibi Gulbaliarir jangcr putbi. 

.Sep MiYAN J.\n. 
BicbitrabyiTa [/.«. Vichitrariryn]. 

See Kkisiixakamala BnATTAcn.\RYA. 
Bidhababungangana [/.c. Vidbava vanguiigana]. 

See Harischanihu Mitra. 
Bigyana Subadbi [/'.c. Vijiianascvadbi]. 

See Brodgiiam (H.) Baron Brougham and Faux. 
Bijaganita. 

See Prasaxnakcmaiu SARVAPniK.vRi. 
BijoybuUubha [/.«. Vijayavallabba]. 

See Goi'iMOHAXA Ghosha. 
Bodbodaya. 

See IsVARACH.VNDRA VlDY-ASAGARA. 

Boesbaika byababara \_i.e. Vaisbayika vyavabara]. 

See K.\urRAsAXNA Sena Gupta. 
Boboodurson \_i.e. Babudarsana]. 

See NiLARATNA Halu.Xr. 
Brabmadbaniia [fH local. 
Bralimadliariuer anusbthana. 

See Brahma Samaj. 
Brabniadharraer laksbana. 

See Navakaxta CiiArrorADnY.\YA. 
Brabmadbarraor mata o visvasa. 

See Devexduanaiha Thakika. 
Brabniadbarmer vyakhyana. 

See BitAiniA Samaj. 
Brabniainayl cbarita. 

See Girisachandra Sena. 
Brabraana. 

See Periodical Publications. — Calcutta, 
Brabmana scvadlii. 

See SivAPRASADA Saum.X. 
Brabmaiulavivriti. 

See Vrajasuxdara Maitreya. 
Brabnianyopayukta mantravyakbya. 

See Calcutta. — Ari/ucartaritiiamdhfipant Sabhii. 
Brahma Samajer vaktrita. 

See 11ajax.\ravana Yasc. 
Brahmasangita. 

See Br.Ihma Samaj. 
Brabmastotra. 

See Dall (C. H. N.). 
Brahmavaivartapurruia. 

See PuRANAs. — Brahmaraivartapuriina. 
Brrdimikailigcr prati acbarycr upadcsa. 

See Kesavachax'dra Sexa. 
Brahmopasana pran'dl. 

See BR.\nMA Samaj. [^Aceessionsl. 
Berda al-gbafilTii. 

See Samir Al-DIn. 
Britin dcsiya vivaraiia Siinchaya. 

See Goldsmith (0.), the Poet. 
Britisb saiigita. 

See Mukundachandra Lahidi. 
Bura salikcr gbarc ron. 

See MaduusCdvxa Datta (M.). 
Buro bakcsvarer galpa. 

See Basika Cuuri.vMAXi. 
Cbabar darwcsh. 

See MUIIAMMAD Daxish. 
Cbaitaiiyacbaritamrita. 

See Krishna Kaviraja, Gosrumi. 



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Chaitanyagita. 

See Paramananda Bitramaravara. 
Chakmaki baksa. 

See Andersen (H. C). 
Chakradatta. 

See Chakrapaxi Datta. 
Chakshuclana. 

See Rajianarataxa Tarkaratxa. 
Chakshuh-sthira nataka. 

See Ksheteamohaxa Chakravauti. 
Chamatkara mohana. 

See Periodical Pcblicaiioxs. — Calcutta. 
Chanakyasloka. 

See ChIxakta. 
Chandl. 

See MuKTrxDAEAJiA ChakravartI, called Katikax- 

KAXA. 

ChandTpatha. 

See PcK AXAS. — ilarkandeyapurrma. — Denmuhutmija. 
Chandrabamsa. 

See Kalipada Vidyaeatxa. 
Chandramukbi [m loco'j. 
Chandrasekhara. 

See Bankimachaxdra Chattopadhtata. [^Accessions']. 
Chandrasekhara mabvitmya. 

See UilACHARAXA MUKHOPADHTATA. 

Chandravilasa nataka. 

See PfiElIADHAXA AdHIKABI. 

Chapalacbittachapalya nataka. 

See YADrGOPALA Chattopadhtaya. 
C'baraka \Jn loco']. 
Charitamanjarl. 

See Kalipeasanxa Eaya. 
Cbaritasbtaka. 

See KalTjiaya Ghatajka. 
Chant avail. 

See Isvaeachaxdea Vedyasagaba. 
Charubodha. 

See Sasibhtjshaxa Chattopadhyaya. 
Charucbarita. 

See Aghoranatha Tattvaxidhi. 
Chanidipikii. 

See Kaliprasaxxa VrDYiRATXA. 
Charugatha. 

See Jayagopala Gosvami. 
Charukavita. 

See Harischaxdea SIitra. 
Charumukba Cbittabara nataka. 

See Haeachandka Ghosha. 
Charuniti patba. 

See Kalikeishxa Datta. 
Charupatba. 

See Akshayakumaea Datta. 
Cbarupatber artbapustaka. 

See Axx'adapeasada Majumdae. 
Chatakabbringa vivada. 

See Kjsorachaxdea Bhakta. 
Cbatura \_in loco]. 
Chhatrabodha padyankura. 

See NivARAXACHAXDEA Sexa Gupta. 
Chhim taner putbi. 

See Amix Al-Dix. 
Chhinna masta. 

See Kalimaya Ghataka. 
Chhinna mukula. 

See SVABXAMATI DeVI. 

Chikitsadarpana. 

See Tadunatha Mukhopadhyaya. 
Chikitsarnava [/« loco]. 



Chikitsasutra. 

See Saeachchaxdea Datta. 
Chikitsatattva. 

See Gaxgapeasada McKnopADUYAVA. 
Chin desTya bulbul. 

See Axdicesex (H. C). 
Chintatarahj;inT [('« loco]. 
ChittatosbinT ka^ya. 

See Slkyakumaea Sexa Gcpta. 
Chittavilasagrantha. 

See Gaceakisora Dasa. 
Chittavinoda. 

See EaME.SACHAXDEA MrKnOPADHYAYA. 

Chittotkarsbavidbana. 

See Watts (I.), D.D. 
Cborapaucbasat. 

See Bharatachandea Raya. 
Cborer upar batpari. 

See AcTOE. 



See Mahesachaxdea Da.^a De. 
Chumutkar Mohun [i.e. Chamatkara mohana]. 

See Periodical Publicatioxs. — Calcutta. 
Churnaka. 

See RlMAMonAXA Eaya. 
Dahir senapati nataka. 

See Aghoranaiha Ghosha. 
Dainika pnirthana. 

See Kesavachaxdra Sexa. [Accessions]. 
Daksha-samhita, or -smriti. 

See Daksha. [Accessions], 
Dakshayajiia nataka. 

See Mahesachaxdra Dasa De. 
Daksbayajna yatra. 

See TixKAiJi Vistasa. 
Dalabhanjana nataka. 

See HlEixACHANDEA Mdkhopadhyaya. 
Dalilavall. 

See Vistambharachabaxa Dasa. 
Damayantivilapa kavya. 

See Pr.u>hullachaxdra Yandyopadhyaya 
Danakelikaumudi. 

See KuPA Gosvami. [Accessioiis]. 
DandTparva. 

See TJmakaxta Chattopadhyaya. 
Danda\'idbir ain. 

See IxDiA. — Legislative Council. 
Darjilihger itihasa. 

See Haeimohana Sanyala. 
Darogarder karmapradarsaka grantha. 

See Marshaiax (J. C). 
Darsanadipika. 

See Kasix.\tha Vasc. 
Darweshdiger kriya. 

See GiRisACHAXDRA Sexa. 
Dasakumaracharita. 

See D.ixpix. 
Dasamhavidya. 

See Bhagavati. [Accessions]. 
Dayabhaga. 

See JisitJTAV.iHAXA. 
Dayabhaga vyavastba. 

See VijAYAGOPALA Bhattachaeya. 
Dayuder gita. 

See Bible.— Old Testament.— P«(i///i«. 
Deharakshaka. 

See Pit.\mbara Sexa Kavieatxa. 
Dehayatra nirvriluutha .... niti. 

See Sa'di. 



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Dekhe sune akkel gudiira. 

See Rajaktmaha Chandra. 
Dekhe sune liatajufina. 

See MAnKNDRALALA MiTRA. 

DesTya miulrriyantrii vishayaka prastava. 

See llAJANIKANTA GuPTA. 

Dovaravinda. 

See AsviNiKFJiARA Ghosha. 
Devavamsavainsa vaiTiana. 

See IJevavamsa varxana. 
Bevavamsa varnana [m ioco]. 
Devi Chaiulhuiruil. 

See Baxkimachandra Chattopadiivaya. [Accessions']. 
Dhakfiprakasa. 

See Pkriodical Publications. — Dacca. 
Dhanaviilliana. 

See GorAL^cHANDRA Datta. 
Dhaniiibhangapana. 

See KiLirAUA MuKHOrADHYAYA. 

Pliapaklrtaua. 

See TlNKADi Vlstasa. [Accessions']. 
Dliarapata. 

See ViPiNAvmAKi Sila. 



tara. ) 



See Vra.ikndbakumara Gcha. 
Dharma avatara. 

See GOGERLY (G.). 

Dharmagita. 

See P., G. 
Dhannagi'antha vishayaka prasnotta 
Dharniagranthcr chumbaka. 

See BiHLE. — Appendix. 
Dharma jiji'iasudcr prasnottara. 

See Kkisunamouana Vaxdyovadiiyaya. 
Dharraaniti. 

See AKSnAY-AKUMARA D.VTTA. 

Dharma o nitivishayaka gana. 

See Watts (I.), I).D. 
Dharmaposhaka vaktrita. 

See KRrsU.XAJlOUANA Vandtopadhtaya. 

Dharmaprachruaka. 

See Periodical Publications. — Monghyr. 
Dharmapustaka. 

See BniLE. 
Dharmapustaka pathopakaraka. 

See BiiiLE. — Ai)])cndix. 
Dharmapustakcr antabhaga. 

See BiuLE. — New Testament. 
Dharmapustakcr sara. 

See BuiLE. — Appendix. 



See Dharmapustaka. 
Dharmapustakcr vrittanta, 

-S^« Barth {C. G.). 
Dharmaraja. 

See Periodical Publications. — Calcutta. 
Dharmasambandhi vaktrita. 

See Brahmavrata Samadhyayi. [Accessions]. 
Dharmasastrer .samalochana. 

See Vrajanatha Vidyaratna and Brahmaveata Sama- 

bhyayI. [Accessions], 
Dharmasevar phala. 

See Profit. 
Dharmavishayaka prasnottara. 

See VlJAYAKRISHNA GoSVAMI. 

Dharmavyavastha. 

See Lacroix (A. F.). 
Dharmcr vishaye jijnasottara. 

See Bengali Catechism. 



Dharmonnati samsadhana. 

See AKSnAYAKUUARA DaTTA. 

Dhatrlsikslia. 

See Yadunatha Mukhopadhyaya. 
Dhatumala. 

See Loxo (.!.), Rev. 
Dllatupradi])a. 

See Mathuranatha Takkaeatna. 
Digdar^ana. 

See Periobical Poblications. — Serampur. 
Dilaram. 

See GjiAiuH Allah. 
Dilbahfir chari yar. 

See Taj Al-Din Khan and Eaiuan Al-DIn. 
Dinachandrika. 

See Eaghavananda CuakravartI. 
Dipaka. 

See Reichardt (T.). 
Diptasirar abhisheka. 

See Brahma Sam.ij. 
DlwanT aincr samgraha. 

See Maksumax (J. C). 
Dlwani karyavidbaua. I 
karyavidhi. j 

Sec IxiiiA. — Legislatiie Council. 
Diwani jjiyadar karyavidhi. 

See BnrvAXAMOHANA Ghosha. 
Dradhyakaraiia vishaya. 

See Wilson (D.), Bishop of Calcutta. 
Draupadl nigraha. 

See Navinacitandra Mukhopadhyaya. 
Draupadir vastraharana. 

See Matilala Raya. 
Drau])adTr vastraharana yatra. 

See Napiiauchandra Datta. 



See Tinkadi Visvasa. 
DraupadTvilapa nataka. 

See Kkdaranatha Gangopadhtaya. 
Dravyagunadarpana. 

See BnoLAXATHA Mukhopadhyaya. 



See Nar.Kyaxa Kavtraja. 
Dravyarthacliandrika. 

See SiDDHEsvARA Gupta. 
Drislitantaratna. 

See Long (J.), Rev. 
Drishtantavakya samgraha. 

See Morton (W.), Missionary. 
Dui bhagni. 

See D.AMODAEA Mukhopadhyaya. 
Dui maha ajna. 

See Pearson (J. D.), Rev., of Chinsurah. 
Dui satiner jhakru. 

See N.Imdar. 
Durakaukshcr vritha bhramaua. 

See DcR.iKAXKsnA. . 
Durbhikshadamana nataka. 

See Yadunatha Taekaeatna. 
Durgamaiiatmya. 

See PuRAXAS. — Bhagavatapurana. — BhayavaiiyUd. 
DurgcsanandinT. 

See Bankimachandea Chattopadhyaya. 
Durgotsava nataka. 

See ViH.iRiLALA Vandyopadhyaya. 
Duryodhaner urubhanga. 

See KeDAKANATHA GAiGOPADHYAYA. 

Dutisamvada. 

See PuEANAS. — Brahmavaii-artapuruna. 



INDEX TO TITLES. 



Dutivilasa. 

See BhavanIcharana Vandtopadhtata. 
Dvaitadvaita vadir vichara mimamsa. 

See Brahma Samaj. 
Dvitlyabhaga Charukavitar vyakhya. 

See Vaikuxthachaxdea Natha. 
Dvitiyabliaga Charupathartha. 

See VlXODAVIHAEI SlLA. 

Ei eka prabasana. 

See PUAHASANA. 

Ekadhika sahasra nisi. 



raj am. 



See AuABiAN Nights. 
Eka jana darwan . . . katliopakathana. 

See Keith (J.). 
Eka jana panditer saliita katliopakathana. 

See Tow.xLEY (H.). 
Ekakinl. 

See KUNJATIHARI VAJfDTOPADHTATA. 

Ekannapada. 

See GoviNDADASA Thakura. 
Eka sahebcr mrdite kathopakathana. 

See Keith (J.). 
Ekayayl karika [/« loco]. 
Ekei ki bale babugiri.' 

See Kalachanda Sakma and VipeadIsa Mukhopa- 

DHTAYA. 

Ekei ki bale sabhyata. 

See Madhusudaij-a Datta (M.). 
Eksautris faraz. 

See Mdhammab Khatie. 
Faisal i musalll. 

See Bahar Al-Din. 
Furkan. 

See Rouse (G. H.) \_Accessions']. 
Gachhe kantbal gonpe tel. 

See TEAiLOKrANATHA Bhattachaeta. 
GadliavalT [/« loco]. 
Gailachhatra SamiuilanT Sabliar karyavivarana. 

See Dacca. — Guiluclihatra Sammilani Sabha. 
Gajaner vrihat tarjrir lai-ru. 

See TiNKADi Visv.KsA. 
Ganaka. 

See Akshayaktjmara A'andtopadhy.Ita. 
Gangadhara Sarma. 

See Chandrasekfara Vandyopadhtata. [^Accessions], 
Gangar khfiler samkshepa vivarana. 

See KoBiNsoN (J.), Bengali translator to Government. 
Ganitabodha. 

See Akshayakumaba Majuiiiiar. 
Ganitankura. 

See Chandrakanta Tarkabhdshana. 
Garbasthya cbikitsavidhana. 

See Ujiacharana De. 
Garhasthy avij iiana. 

See Saeachchan'dea CnAiTDHTiEi. 
Gaudadeslya Samaja .... vivarana. 

See Bengal. 
Gaudiya vyakarana. 

See Eamamohana Raya. 
Gayamaliatmya. 

Sec Puranas. — Yayupurana. — Gaydmdhatmya. 
Gayanushthanapaddbati. 

See NAXDAKrir.ARA Kaviratxa BhattachIbta. 
Gayasraddhadipaddhati. 

See TIbanatha Taekavachaspati Bhattachaeta. 
GayatrT. 

See Vedas. — Rigveda. — Gayatri. 
Gayati iprakarana. 

See Taraxaxha Taekavachaspati Bhattachaeta. 



Gharl meramat siksha. 

See JivANAKEisHXA Sena. 
Ghar thakte babui bheje. 

See Vyomachanda BaJ'gal, pseud. 
Ghor iyar. 

See TTpENDHAyATHA De. 
Ghughu o phanda. 

See P. R. AND COMPAXT. 

Girija. 

See Tahakanatha Visvasa. 
Gitachintamani. 

See Kanailala Sila. 
Gltagovinda. 

See Jatadeva. 
Gitajayajagadlsa kavya. 

See Mabajjamohaxa Mitba. 
Gltankura. 

See Tekchanda Thakura, pseud, [i.e. PtaeichInda 

Mitra.] 
Gitaratna grantha. 

See Ramanidhi Gctpta. 
Gitasamhita. 

See Bible. — Old Testament. — Psalms. 
Gitavall. 

See RllIAMOHAXA Raya. 



See SANAT.tNA GosviiiL 
Gitikavall [in loco]. 
Gonit-ganankure [i.e. Ganitajiianankura]. 

See Sanatana Dasa. 
Gopanavihara. 

See IsvARA Saekae. 
Gopigita. 

See PuEANAS. — Bhagavatapurana. — GopigUd. 
GoshtliTpati karika. 

See Rajivalochana Vidtavagisa. 
Govindagitika. 

See Mahexdralala KnZx. 
Govinda ratimanjarl. 

See Ghaxasyama Dasa. 
Grantbavali. 

See Rajakeishxa Raya. [Accessions]. 
Gret Briten . . . itihasa. 

See Great Britain and Ieelaxd. 
Grihajamata rabasya. 

See Geihajaiiaia. 
Gribakarma. 

See Yecharama Chattopadhyaya. 
Grik dcser itihasa. 

See Goldsmith (0.), t/ie Poet. 
Grik evam Hindu prabandha. 

See PfiAPHULLACHAXBRAYAXDropiDHTAYA. [Aceessions]. 
Gul ba Sanaubar. 

See MruAMiiAD Danish. 
Gul i bakawali. 

See Iradat, ](/unshi. 
Guli harkali nataka. 

See Bhvvaxesvara Lahidi. 
Gul Harmuz. 

See MnHAMMAD Khatie. 



See Shamsher 'Ali. 
Gul o Harmuz bhariya. 

See 'Aziz Al-Rahman. 
Gulzar i Islam. 

See 'Abbas 'Ali. 
I GuptalTla. 

See Kasidasa Mitea. 
i Guptapres varnamala. 
I See Dcrgacharaxa Gupta. 



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INDEX TO TITLES. 



Gunitattva. 

Set GOTINDACHAXDHA GlKI. 

Gjanamuba [i.«. Jrianarnava]. 

See Premachasda Kata. 
Gyan Chundrica [i.e. Jfirinachandrikaj. 

See GOPALALALA MlTR.\. 

Eaba chhclcr bfibar katha. 

See Par-ijiksvara Datta. 
Hadda majar Kulighat. 

See Kaliguat. 

HadTs arba'ln. 

See GHrLAM Maula. 
Hai ki adbbuta sTlavrishti 

See JlAnESACnANDRA DIsa De. 
Hai re saklier Kalketa. 

See Mahadeva, pseud. 
ilalat al-Nabi. 

See SlDik 'AiJ. 
Hamir. 

See SrREXDKAXATHA Majumdak. 
Haribhakticbandrika. 

See Kasikacuasdra Eaya. 
Haribbaktivilasa. 

See GoPALA Bhatta. 
Haridasa Sadhu. 

See EaXCALALA MrSHOPADHTATA. 

Harir lut upakbYrina. 

See KrNJAVinARi Deva. 
Harischandia ebarita. 

See Jagajoiohaxa Tarkalankara. 
Harisehandra iiataka. 

See Manomohaxa Vasit. 
Haristhandra yatra. 

See XAPnARCUANBEA Datta. 
Haniianivam-sutra. 

See "SAURISDRAMOHAJiA ThAKTTRA. 

Hastalipi [('» loco']. 
Hasyarasa tarangini. 

See Harischaxdea Miika. 
Hasyiirnava. 

See Jagadisvara. 
Hatabhagya Murad. 

See Edgeworth (M.). 
Hate kbola ponde mala. 

See MAnESACHANDEA Dasa De. 
Hatim Tai [i'n /ofo]. 
Hazar mas'alab. 

See J AX Muhammad. 
Hemaprabba. 

See BVAUAKAXATHA GCTTA. 

Hemopakbyana. 

See Madhciiadhata Chattopadhvata. 
Hindi Tyakiiraiia. 

See Hrishikesa Bhattachabta. 
Hindu abal'ikulcr vidyabbyasa. 

See Kailasavasixi Devi. 
Hindudbarmamaima. 

See Lokaxatha Vasf. 
Hindudhaimer sreshtbata. 

See Kajakaeayaxa Tasu. 
Hindu mahilaganer hinavastba. 

See K-viLASAVAsrxi Deti. 
Hindumahila nataka. 

See VATrviHAEi YajndyopIdhtava. 
Hindumelur vivarana. 

See CALcrxTA. — Hindumeld Sahhu. 
Hindu ratnakanialakara. 

See Periodical Publications. — Calcutta. 



Hindiistbaner kshctra .... vivaranapustaka. 

See Academies, etc. — CalcutUi. — Agricultural 

Horticultural Society of India. 
Hiralala. 

See Gajapati Eaya. 
Hiranmayl. 

^ee Eajakrishxa Eaya. 
Hitasamgniba. 

See Gay (J.), the Poet. 
Hitopadcsa. 

See Eamakamala S>afA. 



and 



See YisHxijsARM.ui. 
Hitopadesa samgraba. 

See IJiBLE.— Old Testament. — Proverb*. 
Homiopathik bbaisbajyatattva. 

See Hariprasaoa Chakravarti. 
Homiopotbik chikitsa. 

See K.\LlKRisnxA Mitea. 
Hridayadarpana. 

See Umesachandea Chattopadhyaya. 
Hutompyancbar naksa. 

<SV<; HcioMPYAXCHA, pseud, [i.e. KalIpeasanxa 

SiMHA.] 

Ibllsnamab. 

See Ghabib Allah. 
Ibrablmer vivarana. 

See Abraham, ilie Patriarch. 
Ijipta dfRcr puiavritta. 

See KRisiixAMonASA Vandyopadhyaya. 
Iliseba. 

See EicnMOND (L.). 
Imamcburir puthi. 

See 1'akik Al-DIx. 
Imland dese dbarmarunodaya. 

See Ticker (C), lliss. 
Imlande . . . mandalir dharmopadc^a. 

See ExGLAX'D, Church of. 
Imlander itihasa. 

See BnuDEVA MrrKHOPADHYAYA. 



See Eamakamala BnATiicniEYA. 
Imlander sasanapranali. 

See ElJAKniAEA Sabvadhtkae!. 
Imlandiya itibaser pra.snottara. 

<SVe NavIxakeishxa Vanbyopadhyaya 
Iinlandiya mandalir prasnottrua pustaker vyakhya. 

See ExGLAXD, Church of. — Catechism. 
Imrajer bbasbar atmfisiksba. 

See Exfliisn Self-ixsteuctoe. 
Imraji vyakaraner mula. 

See ExGLisn Grammae. 
Imrejadbikj-ita Bbaratavarshcr itihasa. 

See Keishxachandea Eaya. 
Indubala. 

See Natexdranatha Thakuea. 
IndumatI nataka. 

See Haeimohaxa Eaya. 



See Kedaea>'atha Datta. 
Induprabba. 

See JXASENDRAKUMABA E.AYA 

tions."] 
Induprabba nataka. 

See Girisachant)Ra Taijdyopadhyaya. 
Ishtamp ain. 

See India. — Legislative Council. 
Isvarer svabhava. 

See Nature. 



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Isvarokta sastradbara. 

SeeUvm{3.),I).C.L. 
Itallr itivritta samvalita Myatsinir jivanavrittanta. 

See Mazzini (G.). 
Itihasasara. 

See NiLiJiANi VasIka. 
ItiTrittasara. 

See Maeshman (J. C.)- 
Jagachchhavi. 

See Skikaxtha Mallika. 
Jagannatiia dever snanayatra. 

See Krishnadasa ADniKAKi. 
Jagannatha Tarkapafichaiiana jlvanavritta. 

See Umacharaxa BnATTAcnluYA. 
Jagannathavallabba nataka. 

See Ramaxanda IIaya. [Accessions']. 
Jagater tranakarta Kbrlsbtopakbyana. ) 

Jagattaraka Prabhu Yisu Klirlsbter charitravarnana. | 

See Jesus Christ. 
Jagratasvapna. 

See Varadapeasada Eata. 
Jabajayatra [m loco]. 
Jahanirar charitra. 

See Madhusi'daxa MukhopadhtIta. 
Jabnavlvilasa nataka. 

See ViPiXATiHAEi De. 
Jaiguner putbi. 

See Hamzah, Saii/id. 
Jaiminibbarata. 

See M ah ABH AH AT A . — Asvaniedk ikaparva . 
Jamalnama. 

See 'AziM AL-DI>f. 
Jamidandarsana. 

See KlLiPKASAXNA Sena Gctta. 
Jamidarl mabujam o bazar hisab. 

See NRISniHACHAJ.-DRA MUKHOPADHYATA. 

Janaki nataka. 

See Haeischan-dea Mitea. 
Janaklpariksba. 

See Krishxadhaxa Chattopadhtata. 
Janakiparinaya. 

See Kedaeanatha GANooPADHyiTA. 
Jangnama. 

See YA'ifB, Munshl. 
Janapader iiyavyaya nirnaya. 

See Political Ecoxomt. 
Jat gebi pet bbarlo na. 

See StamZchabaxa Sanyala. 
Jatibbeda. 

See SrvAXATHA Rastei. [Accessions]. 
Jatimala [_in loco]. 
Jativrittanta. 

See Lackoix (A. F.). 
Jatiya saiigita visbayaka prastava. 

See Safeixdeamohaxa Thakura. 
Jat nrd tar kuler asa. 

See GoPALACHAXBEA Sexa Gtjpta. 
Jauhar i kaul i Imam. 

See Muhammad Asghar Husaix. 
Jawabii- maknun. 

See 'Abd Al-Ghaxi. 
Jayadratbabadba nataka. 

Sec Peaxachaxdea Dasa. 
Jayadratbabadlia yatra. 

See TixKADi Yisvasa. 
Jayanagara giri sikharopari bhramaua. 

See GoVINDACHAJfDKA VaSU. 

Jayavatl. 

See VanavaeIlala Eaya. 



Jayavatir upiikbyaua. 

See Cauxiee (J. H.), B.D. 
Jeebun alekhya [i.e. Jivanalekhya]. 

See DVABAKAXATnA GAXriOPADHYAYA. 

Jeebun Bindu [i.e. Jivanavindu]. 

See IIakhalachaxdra Kava. 
Jeman karma temni phala. 

See Syamachakaxa Saxyala. 
Jihvar damaner upaya. 

See Goveexmexi. 
Jivana atma o manor vaijiianika vyakhyana. 

See E.xposiTiox. 
Jivanacharita. 

See Chambers (R.) and (W.), Publishers. 
Jivanalekbya. 

See Dvarakaxatha Gaxgopabhyata. 
Jivanaprabbata. I 
Jivanasandbya. j 

See Ramesachaxdea Datta. 
Jivanatara nataka. 

See Upexdeachaxdra Mitua. 
Jivanavindu. 

See Rakhalachaxdha Raya. 
Jivanavrittanta. 

See Keishxamohaxa Yandyopadhyaya. 



See Mathtraxatha Taekabatxa. 
Jiianachandrika. 

See Gopalalala Mitea. 
Jiianakaumudi. 

See Rame.^vara Yaxdyopadhtaya. 
JHanakiranodaya. 

See Bengali Instructor. 
Jnanaiijanasalaka [in loco], 
Jiianankura. 

See Navinakhishxa Yandyopadhyaya. 
Jiianapradipa. 

See Gaueisankaea Taekavagisa Bhattachaeta. 
Jiianarasataraiigiul [in loco]. 
Juanaratnamala. 

See PetyamIdhava Yastt Mallika. 
Jnanarnava. 

See Peemachanda Rata. 
Jiianarunodaya. 

See Bengali Spelling-book. 
Jnanasankalini tantra. 

See Kanail.Xla Sila. 
Jnanasaudamini. 

See Naxdakumaba. Kaviratxa Bhattachaeta. 
Jnanatattvadarsana. 

See Jan.imejaya Ghataka. 
Jfianodaya [in loco]. 



See Xakitlesvaea Yidtab hush ana. 
Jnanopadesa. 

See IsVARACHANDILV CnATTOPADHYAYA. 

Jolmatnama [i.e. Zulmatnamah]. » 

See MuMTAZ 'Ali. 
Joyancr jivanacharita. 

See Kjjxasachandea Simha. 
Jyamiti. 

See Euclid. 
Jyotirvivarana. 

See GopTmohana Ghosha. 
Jyotischandrika . 

See Peithuyasas. 
Jyotisha evam goladhyaya. 

See Astronomy. 
Jyotishasarasamgraha [in loco]. 



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INDEX TU TITLES. 



Kabitabalee [«'.*. Kavitavall]. 

See KIdhImIdhava Mitba. 
Kalanibiiri. 

See Yana Bhatta. 
Kadambaii ka^'ya. 

See Vkajanatha Mitra. 
KadarabniTr vivalia ki saiuvanJLa. 

See Yan'a Bhatta. 
Kadambinl iiataka. 

See Haeimohaxa Mikhopadhyata. 



See KisADEVA Pa LA. 
Kailasakiisuma. 

See Naokxdelixatha Ghosha. 
Kakbhushuiullr kabint. 

See KlKBursHrxpi. 
Kalankabhafijaua nfitaka. 

See KiNJAVinlRi Dkva. 
Kaler ki kiitila gati. 

See Eamapada Bhattachakta. 
Kalikata Brulimasamajcr vaktrita. 

See DEVFxnnAXATUA Thakura. 
Kalikata hat hailda. 

See H. L. M. 
Kalikata patiika. 

See Pkriodical Publications. — Calcutta. 
Kalikatar nianathitra. 

See Kahax-vtha Dasa. [^Accessions]. 
Kalikatar nukochuii. 

See TjiKCHANDA Tn.iKUKA, Junior. 
Kalikatrir prachlna diirga. 

See Richardson (D. L.). 
Kalikatastha vaidyaka pathasala, etc. 

See Brajilei' (M. J.). 
Kalikautuka. 

See Kksavacha>-dea Kahmakaua. 
Kalikautuka nataka. 
Kalikutuliala. 

See Narayaxa Chattabaja Gtjnanidhi. 
Kalir bau gliar bhangani. 
liarjvalanT. 

See !Naiidar. 
Kalir nava ram. 

See K.\i.ii).'vsA Mckhopadhyaya. 
Kaliyadamaua juineball. 

See MAnEXDEANAIHA MuKHOPADHYAYA. 

Kalkipurana. 

See PuBASAS. — Kalkipuruna. 
Kalpadruma. 

See Periodical Publications. — Calcutta. 
Kalpanaku suraa . 

See KamixI Sundari. 
Kamalakanane kalamer cliarar antl. 

See DixASATHA Dasa Ciiaxda. 
Kaminl gopana o yaininl yapana. 

See XlMAICHANDA SlLA. 

Kaminlkalahka. 

See NAvixAKALi Devi. 
Kaminlklesa \in loco]. 
Kaminl Kumara nataka. 

See TixKABi Visvasa. 
Kaminikimja. 

See GoPALACHAXDRA JIuKnOPADHYAYA. 

Kamollasa \_in loco]. 
Kananakatha nataka. 

See Yogixdraxatha Tarkachubama.ni. 
Kaiichanamala. 

See SiTACHAXDEA MuKHOPADHTAYA. 

Kanchlkavcrl. 

See Rang ALA LA YAXDroplDHTirA. 



Kanisbtba kulastbayitva kaiika [in loco]. 
Kantaraluisuma. 

See AsuTosnA BnATTAcninYA. 
Kanthakaumudl. 

See KsiIETRAMOHANA GoSVAMI. 

Kanthasangita. 

See Tr.\ilokyaxatha Ghoshala. 
Kanyapana vinasika pustika. 

See KasTxatiiadasa Uiita. 
Kanvavikraya nataka. 

See NAI'IIARCnANDRA Pala. 

Kapalakuiidala. 

See Bankimachaxdra Chattopabhyaya. 
Kapbii dasor vrittanta. 

See BicuMoxD (L.). 
Karaka prakarana. 

See CnAXDRAMOHAXA C'fJ.iTTOPADlIYAY'A. 

Kararaat i luiaraain. 

See 'AitD Al-Rahmax. 
Karasamkranta mokaddamar vichara. 

See Calcctta. — High Court of Judicature. 
Karir mathay buror biye. 

See 'AziM Al-DIx. 
Karir putbi. 

See 'Abd Al-AzIz. 
KamiadevT. 

See Raxgalala Vaxdyopadhyaya. 
Karmakarta [in loco]. 
Karmavipaka. 

See Satatapa. 
Kai'tabhajar gitavall. 

See Lala SasT. 
Kartike jbarer purichrili. 

See IsVAKACIIAXUR^V Sakara. 

KasikbaiKJa. 

See Pi'RAXAs. — Skandapurana — Ka$lkhanda. 
KasTte bay bbumikampa. 

See X.\MI)AR. 

Kaslvartaprakasika. 

See Periodical Publications. — Benares. 
Kathamala. 

See ^sop. 
Katbasaritsagara. 

See SoMADEVA Bhatta. 
Katba TJiJanisluid. 

See Upaxishads. 
Kauravaviyoga nataka. 

See Harachaxdea Ghosha. 
Kautukalalian. 

See iI.\u.\RADBirjiA Saema. 
Kautukaratuavali. 

See Jagaddielava Yasaka. 
Kautukasarvasva nataka. 

See GopiSATHA Chakbavabti. 
Kautukasataka. 

See Haeischaxdea Mitba. 
KautukataianginT. 

See BnrvAXAMOHAXA JIitra. 
Kautukavaba pbatolocbcblia badha. 

See Radhakisora Dasa Ghosha. 
Kautukavilasa. 

See Syasiachaeaxa Deta. 
Kavicharita. 

See IIarimohaxa Mukhopadhtaya. 
Kavikalpadruma. 

See ChAXDRAMOHAXA SlDDHiXTAViolSA. 

Kavikankana Cbandi. 

See iluKUXDABAMA ChAKBAVAETI. 

Kavitadarpaiia. 

See Bholaxaiha Mukhopadhyaya. 



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INDEX OF TITLES. 



KavitaLara. 

See VirajamohinI Dasi. 
Kavitakatlambu. 

See Madaxamohana Mitka. 
Kavitakaumudi, 

See Harischandea Mitea. 
Kavitakusumanjalir arthapustaka. 

See Yadugopala Vandyopadhyaya. 
Kavitamfila [_i>i loco~\. 



See Rajaerishna. Mukhopadhtaya. 
Kavitamanjanr artliajnistaka. 

See Kunjamohana Dasa. 
Kavita m ritak upa. 

See Gaueamohaxa Vidtalaxkara. 
Kavitankura. 

See PUBNACHANDEA ChAKEAVAEtT. 

Kavitapatha. 

See DVAEAKANATHA EaYA. 

Kavitaratiiakara. 

See NiLAEATNA Haldae. 
Kavitaratnamala. 

See Nakendeanaiha Chakeavaeti. 
Kavitaraava. 

See Narayana Chattabaja Gunanidui. 
KaTitasamgraha. 

See KsHETEANAiHA Bhaitachaeya. 
Kavitavali. 

See Eabhamadhava Mitea. 
Kavi upakhyana. 

See Beattie (J.). 
Kavyahara. 

See Vanavaeilala GosvamL 
Kavyaniniaya. 

See Lalamohana Bdattachaeya. 
KayasthadTpika [in loco]. 
Kesavacharita. 

See CnraAxjivA Saejia. \_Accesiiiom~\. 
Kesavayiyoga. 

See IRajakeishna Eaya. [Accessions]. 
Khalacharitra. 

See Haeimohana Vasdyopauhyaya. 
Khedcr gfrna. 

See Namdar. 
Khiyal [in loco], 
Kiinshta ke ? 

See Vaughan (J.). 
Khnster upadcsa kathii. 

See Bible. — New Testament. — Matthew. 
Klirishtlya Dbarmakosha. 

See London. — Bible Translation Society. 
Khnshtlya upadcsa. 

See Rouse (G. H.). 
Khulasat al-Anbiya. 

See GnuLAM Nabi ibn 'Inayat Allah, 
Khulasat al-nikali. 

See MriiAMMAD (Taj Al-Din). 
Kiohakabadha nataka. 

See AGHOEAcnANDEA Dasa Ghosha. 



See YlDAVAcnANDRA Devasaejia Vidyaeatna. 
Kichhu kicbbu bujhi. 

See BnOLANATUA MfKHOPADHYAYA. 

Ki majar Gudpliraide. 

See Good Feiday. 
Ki majar kalcr gari. 

See 'AzTm Al-Din. 
Ki majar Sanivara. 

See Chandeakanta Sikdar. 



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Kiratarjuniya. 

See Bhaeavi. 
Kise nai ki pant a bbate ghi. 

See MauivSachandea Dasa De. 
Kobita-Ruttiakur [i.e. Kavitaratiiakara]. 

See NlLARATNA HaLDAE. 

Kochaviharor itihasa. 

See Bh.vgavaticiiaeana Vandyopadhyaya. 
Kompaser vivaraiia. 

See Compass. 
Koner ma kandc, etc. 

See BiKiLANATHA MukhopSdhyaya. 
Kon sastra mauaniya. 

See TowxLEY (H.). 
Korake kita. 

See YOGENDEANATHA MrKnOP.\Dn Y.\ YA. 

Kowtook Torunguinec [i.e. Kautukataranginl.] 

See Bhi'vanamohaxa Mitea. 
Krisb.idai'pana. 

See Haeimohana MrKHOPiDHYlYA. 
Krishipatba. 

See Byarichanda Mitea. 
Krisbipravesa. ) 
Krisbisiksbil. ) 

See Kalijiaya Ghataka. 
Krishitattva. 

See Peeiodical Publications. — Serampur. 
Krishnadasacharita. 

See Rajakujiara Taekaratxa Bhatiacharya. 
Krishnakall nataka. 

See Peanachaxdea Dasa. 
Krishnakumarl nataka. 

See Madhusudaxa Datta (M.). 
Krishnarcbanakaumudi. 

See GOPALACHASDRA Adhyaeytj. 
Krisbnarjunlya. 

See GopiXATHA Kanthabhahana. 
Krisbnasambita. 

See Kedaeaxatha Datta, Deputy Magistrate. 
Krishnastotra. 

See YlLVAMAXGALA GOSVAMI. 

Kriyayogasara. 

See PuE.AXAs. — PadmapurSna. 
Kshetrajyamiti. 

See Euclid. 
Kshetratattva. 

See Keishxamohana Vandyopadhyaya. 
Kshudrasetu. 

See Vkajanatha Mukhopadhyaya, afterwards Vidta- 

laxkae.a. 
Kulakalima. 

See Yadavachaxdea Lahidi. 
Kulapiyusba pravaba. 

See GoLOKAcnAXDRA Chaturdhuri. 
KulTnakulasarvasva. 

See R.\5ian.\h.\yaxa Tarkaeatxa. 
Kumarasanibbava. 

See Kalid.asa. 
Kumarasambbava kavya. 

See Harimoiiana Kaejiak.aea. 
Kumudini upakbyana. 

See Krishxasakha Mukhopadhtaya. 
Kumudvatl uafcika. 

See Vaxav.ahIlala Raya. 
Kundalaharaiia. 

■ 'See Taeinicharaxa Bhattacharta. [Accessions]. 
Kunjarivilasa. 

See VeNIM-ADHAVA CHATTOPADnYiYA. 

Kunjavibarir puthi. 
See Faiz Allah. 

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INDEX OF TITLES. 



Kupokat [('« lovo'\. 
Kurfin sharif. 

See krs'Ajf. 
Kusuniakriniini nfitaka. 

See KlSlMAKAMIXI. 

Kusumakunanit. 

See Adharalala Sexa. 



See Kai Kcbad, pseud. 
Kusumaiijali. 

See Gaganachandra Chattopadhtaya. 



See Pbasannachandra ChakravaktI. 
Kusumarcnu. 

See Xa^'dalala Dasa. 
Kusumika [i'« /eco]. 
Kutlrakusuma. 

See IJmesachandra Visvasa. 
Kutsita hamsasfivaka. 

See Andeksex (H. C). 
Kuvasthanvita Yosapher upakhyiina. 

See JosEPU. 
LailT Majnun. 

See MruAMMAD Kuaiik. 
Laklicraj vishayaka avedana. 

<SV^ British Indian Association, of Calcutta. 
Lakshmanavarjana natakn. 

See Kebakasatha Gangopadhyaya. 



See Srisachandra Eaya CnArDiiuRi. 



See TiirK,\pi Visvasa. 
Lakshmancr saktisela niitaka. 

See YixoDAvrnABi Sila. 
Lakshmancr saktisela yatra. 

See TixKADi Visvasa. 
LakslimTcliaritra. 

See PuRAXAS. — Vishnupurana. — Lakshmicharitra. 
Lalbanu Shah Jamal. 

See Eamazax 'AlT. 
Landanrahasva. 

■ 'See Reyxolds (G. W. M.). 
Lankavijaya yatrii. 

See KalIkbishxa Chakeavaeti. 
Lilatnanjari. 

See Bhaseaea Acharta. 
Lilavatl. 

See GovixDAiionAXA Raya Vibtavisoda. 
Lilavatl nataka. 

See DiSABANDHTJ MiTBA. 



See KusjAviHAEi Chattofadhyaya. 
Lipimala. 

See Eamarama Vast. 
Lokasiksha. 

See GoPALACHAXDRA MiTRA, Native Christian. 
Lukye pirit ki lafichhana. 

See Xaxdalaia Datta. 
Luidit sadhanapranrdi. 

See Kedarax.atha Vasu. \_Aece»>ions'\. 
Madagaskarastha Khrishtamandallr itivritta. 

See Madagascar. 
Madakasevaner avaidhata. 

See GOPALACHAXDIIA VANDYOPADnYAYA. 

Mada khaoya bara daj-a. 

See Tekchaxda Thakcra, pseud, [i.e. Pyarichasda 

^Iitra]. 
Madanamadhviri. 

See Umachabana TErvEDi. 



Mudhavasulochuna. 

See Tauacharana Deva. 
Madhavikankana. 

See Ramesachaxdba Datta. 
Madhur charitra. 

See MoBTox (W.). 
Madira. 

See BnuvAXESVARA Mitra. 
Maghotsava. 

See Hemexdeax.\tha TnlhTRA. 
llahrd)harata [/« /wo]. 
Mahabharata vishayaka prastava. 

See Hiraxmaya MiKnop.\Diiv.\YA. 
MahabharatTya Sakimtalopakhyana. 

See AXAXDACUAXUUA VEII.tXTAV.AGI>>A. 

Mahakavi SukshpTr . . . akhyayika. 

See Lamb (C), the Esnayist. 
Mahammader jTvauacharitra. 

See llruAMMAD, the Prophet. 
Mahanataka. 

See HaxCm.at. 
Mahaprasthana. 

See Pbak.asaxatha Mallika. 
Mahaprayaschitta. 

See Campbell (J.), Misxionary. 
Maharaja Krishnachandra Rayasya charitram. 

See Rajivalocuaxa MiKiioplDnYAYA. 
Mahatnia Raja Ramamohana Raya sambandhlya kshudra 

galpa. 

See Naxbamouaxa Chattofadhyaya. 
Mahatraa Raja Uamamohatia R'lyer jivanacharita. 

See Naoexdeax.Itua Chattopadhyava. 

See Y.ADA vachaxdra ChakravartI. 
Mahiladigcr Tattvajnana Sabha. 

See Calcutta. — Maliiludiyer TattcajTiana Sabhd. 
Mahimnah stava or Mahimnah stotra. 

See Pushpadaxta. 
Mabiravanabadha yatra. 

See Sy.amachabaxa Raya. 
Maithill milana nataka. 

See Bholaxatha Mukhopadhy.ava. 
Malati. 

See SvarxamayI Devi. 
Malatiraadhava. 

See Bhavabhuti. 



See K.vi.iPRASAXXA Ghoshala. 



See Lohar.ama Sikokat.va. 
Malavaidyamate sarpagliater chikitsa. 

See Pramathaxatha Guosha. 
Malavikagniniitra. 

See Kalidasa. 
Manapashanda. 

See Is.AXACHAXDBA DiSA Gl'PTA. 

Manasamangala. 

See IsVARACHANDBA SaBKAE. 



See Ketakaxaxda Dasa and Kshemaxaxda Dasa. 

Manasauka. 

See KaLIPBASAXXA GAlfGOPiDHYAYA. 

Manasaprasuna. 

See Naoexdraxatha Ghosha. 
Manasrir bhasana. 

See Ketakaxaxda Dasa and Kshejiaxaxda Dasa. 
Manasimha. 

See BUARATACHANDBA EaYA. 

Manatattvasarasamgraha. 

See Kadhavallabha Dasa, 



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Manavadehatattva. 

See Kalidasa Maitea. 
Manavadharmasastra. 

Sue KijESDRANATHA DaTTA. 

Mauavajanmatattva. 

See Axnadachabana Khastagir. 
Manavasa msk araka. 

See 'Abd Ai-Latif. 
Manavatattva. 

See VlEESVAEA Paxde. 
Mangala Samachara. 

See Bible. — Neio Testament. 
Mangala Samachara samgraha. 

See Bible. — New Testament. — Appeuclix. 

[Irregularly placed under this heading instead of the 

sub-heading New Testament. — Gospels. — Harmonics.] 
Manikuntala. 

See Ptaeimohaxa Vaxdyopadhyaya. 
Manodiksha sudhataranginl. 

See Kasikachandea Rata. 
Manohara [/« loco'\. 



See Natinachahdba Deva. 
Manohara. 

See Periodical PrBLiOATioNS. — Calcutta. 
Manohara itihasa mala. 

See Gladwlx (P.). 
Manohara vivarana. 

See Ambikachaeana Vidtaeaina. 
Manottama \_in loco]. 
Manoyogcr vishaya. 

See Maxotoga. 
Mantrabrahmana. 

See Beahmanas. — Mantrabrdhmuna. 
Manuja [in loco']. 
Manusamhita. 

See Manu. 
Manushyer yathartha mahatva ki. 

See PsiYAiiADnAVA Vasu. 
Manvantarer vrittanta. 

See Isvakachaxbea Saekae. 
Meghaduta. 

See Kalidasa. 
Meghanadabadha. 

See Meghax.^da. 
Meghanadabadha nataka. 

See Akshayaeusiaea De. 



See Haeischaxdba Taekalankaea. 



See Naphaechaxdka Daita. 
Meghanadabadha yatra. 

See TlNKADI ViSVASA. 

Meghanada samalochana. 

See Kalipeasaxxa Eaya. 
Minatattva. 

See Jnaxexdeakljiaea Raya Chaudhcri. 
Misbali al-Musalmin. 

See 'Abbas 'Ali. 
Misryatri Baiigall. 

See Syamalala Mitea. [Accessions]. 
Mitakshara darpana. 

See VlJNANESVARA. 

Mohamudgara [in loco]. 
Mohana Manohara. 

See GOPALACHAXDEA RaKSHITA. 

Moonicoontolla [i.e. Manikuntala]. 

See PyarTmohaxa Vaxdyopadhyaya. 
Mridangama n j an . 

See SaurIxdeamohaxa Thari'ra. 



Mrinalamalinl [in loco]. 
Mrityuiijaya aushadhavali. 

See Aghoeachaxdea Dasa Ghosha. 
Mrityusanjlvanl. 

See KuisHXADASA Vasc Mallika. 
Mudrarakshasa. 

See Visakhadatta. 
Mugdhabodha. 

See VOPADEVA. 

Muliabbatnumah [in loco]. 
Mujahid Shah. 

&V« Madhusudana Mukhopadhyaya. 
Muktalatavali. 

See DUEGAPEASADA Sabma. 

Muktavall nataka. 

See Kalidasa Sabma. 
Mukti evam tahar sadhana. 

See YipinavihaeT Ghoshala. 
Mukundavilapa [in loco]. 
Mulasangltadarsa. 

See RAiiAPATi Vaxdtopadhyaya. 
Murala. 

See Ksheteapala Chakeavaeti. 
Murkhasya lathyaushadham. 

See KlLAMADHAVA SlDDHAXIA. 

Mursidabader itihasa. 

See Syamadhana Mukhopadhyaya. 
Musalmandiger abhyudayer vivaraua. 

See Hemajjoachaxdea Vasu. 
Musalmilni dharmer apramanya kathuna. 

See PATTEESoif (J.), Rev. 
Myao dharbe ke. 

See Hakischaxdea Mitba. 
Nadtprakiisa [in loco]. 
Naganandinl. 

See YoGEXDItACHAXDBA De. 

Naishadhacharita. 

See Habshadeva. 
Nalacharita kavya. 

See Yadatachaxdea Vidtaeatxa. 
Nala DamayantT. 

See Eamachaxdra MrKHOPADnyiYA. 
Nala DamayantI nataka. 

See Abhayaxaxda Vandyopadhyaya. 



See Bholaxatha Mckhopadhyaya. 



Kalidasa Sanxyala. 



See Pkaxachandea Dasa. 
Nalini. 

See DvABTKiXATHA MlTEA. 

Nalinlkanta. 

See Kedaraxatha Datta, of Hatkhola. 
Ifalinlnatha [in loco]. 
Nanada bhajer jhakra. 

See yiMDAE. 
Naradapaiicharatra. 

See Narada. 
Naradapurana. 

See Puraxas. — Naradapuratia. [Accessions]. 
Naradcha niriiaya. 

See Raja KRISHNA Raya CHAUDHrEi. 
Narijati vishayaka prastava. 

See K-tLiPEASAXXA Ghosha. 
Naslhat al-Mfiminln. 

See 'Abd AL-RAnM.\x. 
NatendralTla kavya. 

See DiGGAJACHANDKA ViDYisADi, pseud. [Accessions], 



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INDEX OF TITLES. 



Niivalnibu vilasa. 

See Prajiathanatha Sarma. 
Navabodha. 

See NiLAMAXi MrKnoPADHYAYA Nyayalankaea. 
Navacharita. 

See Rajaxikaxta Gupta. 
Navachikitsfibodha. 

See Navakumaba Datta. 
Navamallika. 

See CnANBEAKISOKA Majtmdak. 

Navanrui. 

See NIlamajti Vasaka. 
Navapanjika. 

See Ephkiterides. 
Navarasasindliu. 

See Kaliprasada Mukhopadhyaya. 
Navaiatna. 

See K.Ilidasa. 
Navavaisliopadcsa [/« /ofo]. 
Navavidhanamata. 

See Brahma Samaj. 
Nava Vrindavana. 

See CniRANjfvA Sarma. 
Navinatapasvim nataka. 

See I)iN"Ai>\XDnr Mitra. 
Naviuavirahini nataka. 

See iS'ATixAviRAnixi. 
Navopakliyana. 

See R.XDHAMAYA De CHArDHITRI. 

Neelanjun [;'.«. KTlafijana]. 

See KEDARASAXnA CnATTOPADHYAYA. 

Ncetibodha [('.#. Nuibodha]. 

See Eajakrishxa Vandyopadhyaya. 
Nek bibir kechchlia. 

See GnARiB Allah. 
Ncsakhuri ki jhakmari. 

See Mahesachasdea Dasa De. 
Nidana. 

See Madhava, Sow of Indukara. 
Is idan a rtbaprakasika . 

See Madhava, Son of Indukara. [See also Aceet- 

sions']. 
Nigudhatattva grantha. 

See Syamadasa. 
IfTladarpana nataka. 

See IJiNABANDHxr Mitra. 
Nllambarl. 

See YoGENDBANATHA Chattopadhyaya. 
Isilanjana. 

See Kebakanatha Ch.^ttopadhtaya. 
NLrapt'ksha dhaimatattva. 

See Periodical Publications. — Calcutta. 
Nirbodhabodha nataka. 

See NiRBODHABODHA. 

Nirdesaka sariratattva. 

See Mahexdraxatha Gupta. 
Nirvasiter vilapa. 

See SivAXATHA Bhattachabya. 
Isistara ratnakara. 

See MrxE. 
Nitibodha. 

See B-AJAKKISHNA Vandyopadhyaya. 
NUibodhaka itihasa. 

See Adams (W.), M.A., Fellow of Merton College, 

Orford. 
Xitidar.sana. 

See Ramachajtdra Vidyavagisa. 
Nitipatha. 

Set Ramagati Nyayaeatna. 



Kltiprabandba. 

See GosAiXDASA Gitpta. 
Nitiratna. 

See GaurIsvaea Bhattachabya. 
Nltisara. 

See Dvarakaxatha Tidyabhu.shaxa. 
Niti?iksba. 

See Kamaxarayaxa Mitra. 
Nivodana. 

See Kasisatha Vasu. 
Nur al-Iman. 

See Muhammad Danish. 
Nutana panjika. 

See EPHEMERIDES. 

Nyayadarsana. 

See VisvANATHA Panchanana Bhattachabya Tarka- 

laxkara. 
Olabibir jagarana pala. 

See Isvaiuciiaxdra Sarkae. 
Olautha vasantaroga chikitsa. 

See PRATAPAcnAxiiRA Majumdar. 
Olauthar eliikitsa [/« loco']. 
Olauthar vivarana. 

See Cholera. 
Onoobadsar {i.e. Anuvadasara]. 

See Mahesachaxdra Vandyopadhyaya. 
Oopodcscotha [i.e. TJpadesakatha]. 

See Stewart ( ), Captain. 
0th chhunri tor biye. 

See Hahimoiiaxa Kaemakara. 
Ovignan Sakantollah [i.e. Abhijuana Sakuntala]. 

See Kali DASA. 
Padakalpalatika. 

See Gauramohaxa Dasa. 
Padakalpatani. 

See Auuxodaya Ghosha. 
Padamrita samudra. 

See RiDnAMoiiANA Thakxra. 
Padarthakaumudi. [Title of the Bengali paraphrase of 

VLsvanatha Paiichanana Bhattacharya's Bhasbapa- 

riehchheda.] 

See Kasixatha Tarkapaxchanana. 
Padarthatattva. 

See Dvarakanathadasa Dasa. 
Padarthavidya. 

See Akshayakiim.Xra Datta. 
Padartbavidyar sarala pra.snottara. 

See Kartikapeasada Pande. 
Padarthavidyasara. 

See Yates (W.), D.D. 
Padavali. 

See ChandIdasa. 

See Vidyapati. 
Padir beta Padmalochana. 

See GoPALACHAXDRA Mitra, Dramatist. 
Padmapurana. 

See Bhairavachandea Saema. 



See PuTiAXAs. — Padmapurana. [See also Accesnoni], 
PadmavatI nataka. 

See MadhusCdana Datta (M.). 
Padminl. 

See Rangalala Vandyopadhyaya. 
Padri Jan Niutan saheber charitra. 

See IS'ewtox (J.), Rector of St. Mary, Woolnotk. 
Padyachandrika. 

See AsvLxiKUMARA Ghosha. 
Padyamala. 

See Masomohana Vasu. 



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INDEX TO TITLES. 



Padyapatlia. 

See TaDUGOPALA CHATTOPiDHTATA. 

Padyaprakasa. 

See NitisiitHACHAiaiEA Mttkhopadhtaya. [Accessions']. 
Padyaprakshepa. 

See Govindachanbea Vasu. 
Padyaprasuna. 

See Eajivalochaua Dasa. 
Padyavali. 

See EuPA GosvAMi. l^Accessionn']. 
Padya vyakarana. 

See Kasinatha Sena Gupta. 
Pakarajesvara [/» loco]. 
Paket abhidhana. 

See Durgachaeana Gupta. 



See Kedaeai^atha Rata. 
Palasir yuddha. 

See Navinachandea Sena. 
Palligramastha chaukldar visliayaka avedana. 

See Beitish Indian Association, of Calcutta. 
PanchadasT. 

See Satajtachaeta. [See also Accessions]. 
Panchakalyanlya. 

See Mahesachandea Dasa De. 
Panchall. 

See DasaeathI Rata. [See also Accessions], 



See KsHETEAUATHA Yandyopadhtaya. 
Pancharatna. 

See Kalldasa. 
Pafioliasad-vamartha prakasa. 

See Yadavachandha Ghoshala. 
Panch-pagalor ghar [m loco]. 
Panchu Thakura. 

See Indeanatha Vanbtofadhyata. [Accessions]. 
Pandava nirvasana. 

See Naphakchandka Datta. 
Pandavavilapa nataka. 

See Akshatakumara Gangopadhtaya. 
Panditamurklia \_in loco]. 
Pandnamah. 

See Sa'di. 
Panini darsana. 

See PataSjali. [Accessions]. 
Paiijab itihasa. 

See RlJiNAEATANA Bhatiachaeya. 
Panjika. 

See Ephemeetdes. 
Para baba atmarama. 

See Mahesachandra Dasa De. 
Paramesvarer mahimavarnana. 

See Brahma Samaj. 
Paramesvarer upasana\'ishayc vyakhyana. 

See Ramachandea Vidyavagisa. 
Parasarasamliita. 

See Paeasaea. 
Parasya upanyasa. 

See Peesian Tales. 
Parer dhane varer bap. 

See Veajamadhava Sila. 
Paridarsaka. 

See Periodical Publications. — Calcutta. 
Parijataharana. 

See Vasaka Ga . . . cha . . . 
Pari] a ta\'ika sa. 

See Jatanarayana Vandyopadhyata. 
Parikshapaddhati [in loco]. 
Parimiti. 

See Haeichaeana Raya. 



Parimiti. 

See Neisimhachandba Mckhopadhyaya. 
Parimiti o jarlb. 

See Veajapati Vandyopadhyaya. 
Parimitisutra. 

See Yadunatha Mukhop.adhyaya. 
Paschima pradeser durbhiksha. 

See Devendeanatha Thakoea. 
Pashanamayl. 

See Rakhaladasa Gangopadhtaya. 
Pashandadalana. 

See Narottama Dasa. 



See Ramalala Mukhopadhyaya. 
Paskara baba. 

See Keishnadhana C'hattopadhyaya. 
Paskara chhele. 

See DUEGACHAEANA RaYA. 

Patanjala darsana. 

See Pata.njali. [Accessions]. 
Pathadvaya. 

See WiLBEEFOECE (S.), successively Bishop of Oxford 

and of Winchester. 
Pathamala. 

See Academies, etc. — Calcutta. — University. 
Pathyapathya [in loco]. 
Pathyapradana. 

See Ramamohana Raya. 
Patlganita. 

See GOPALACHANDEA VaJTDYOPADHYATA. 



See Peasannaktimaea SAETiDHiKiEi. 
Patitavaidyoddhara. 

See Rajanaeatana Gupta. 
Pativrata dliarma. 

See Dayamayi Devi. 
Patrachintamaui. 

See Naratana Cdattaeaja Gunanidhi. 
Patrakaumudl [in loco]. 



See Kare (W. S. S.) and RiJEifDEALiLA Mitea. 
Patramala. 

See YlSVAMBHABACHAEANA DiSA. 

Patyabhave pativratar kheda. 

See Chandranatha Dasa Ghosha. 
Paunarbhava khandana. 

See Kalidasa Maitra. 
Pauttalikaprabodlia. 

See Yrajamohana Deva. 
Phulamani o Karunar vivaraua. 

See Mullens (H. C). 
Piriti vishama jvala. 

See Harischandea Palita. 
Pisachoddhrira. 

See NavTnachandea Dasa. 
Pitambara Simher charitra. 

See Ward (W.), Missionary. 
Plen trikouamiti. 

See BnoLANATHA Majumdar. 
Prabandhalatik a . 

See Radhaeani Lahidi. 
Prabandbamala. 

See Rajanikaxta Gupta. 
Prabhasakhanda. 

See ISVAEACHANDBA SaEEAR. 



See PurIxas — Skandapurana. — PrahMsakhanda. 
Prabhasatirtha niilana. 
See Rasaviuaei Sila. 



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I^'DEX TO TITLES. 



Prabhatacliinta. 

See Kaupbasaxxa Ghosha. 
Pralihur Bhojana vishayaka prasanga. 

See Lord's Suppeb. 
Prabliu Yisu Khrlshtcr charitra. 

See Jesus Cnnisi. 
PraLoclhachamlrikri. 

Set MuiTVUNJAYA YlDYiLANKAEA. 

Prabodliathandrodaya. 

See Kkishxamiska. 
Prabudhrikhyana. 

See DlXAllASBHC MrKHOPADHTAVA. 

Prabodhaprabhakara. 

See IsVAKACHAXDEA GuPTA. 

Prachliia itihasa samuchchaya. 

See Pbinsep (J.). 
PnirbTnapadyavalT [/« loco^. 
Prakfisya vaktrita. 

See Kamanabayaxa Takkaeatna. 
Prakrita tattvaviveka. 

See NAvlNAKRisnxA Taxdvopadhtaya. 
Prakritibodha abbidhana. 

See VinliiiLALA Kaya CnAUDHUEi. 
Prakritika bliugola. 

See NRISIMnACHANKBA MUKHOPADHYAYA. 



See RADnlKAPBASAlTNA MtTKHOPADITYATA. 

Prakritir pratisodha. 

See Ravindeanatha Thakuba. [^Accessions']. 
Prakritivada. 

See Eamakamala Vidyalankaea. 
Praraadabbanjanl. 

See Gangabhaba Kavibaja. 
Pramiinasara. 

See DvAEiKAXATHA Yaxdyopadhyay-a. 
Pramilar pun. 

<SVe Nagendranatha Ghosha. 
Pranakrisbiuuisliadhavali. 

See Praxakrisuxa Visvasa. 
Pranayakiisuma. 

See GOVINDACHAXDEA MUKHOPADHYATA. 

PranayaparitapT. 

See Praxachandba Dasa. 
Pranayaprasanga. 

See Ki;daranatha Mitea and Seixatha Datta. 
Pranayapratima [m loco]. 



See Hemaxgini Dasi. 
Pranayapravaha. 

See JIahesachandea Eabfhaema. 
Pranaya sukhor nidlii. 

See I^AKUpACnANDEA Lahtdi. 
Prancsvara nataka. 

See Pbaxasatha Datta. 
Pranivrittanta. 

See Satkai)! Datta. 
Prarthana. 

See Kesavachandba Sena. l_Accessions]. 



See Naeoitaiia Dasa. 
Prarthana cvam Brahmasanglta. 

See Bbahma Sajiaj. 
Prarthanar anukrania. 

See LiTrRGiEs. — England, Church of. — Common 

Prayer. [^Accessions]. 
Prarthanar avasyakata. 

See Wecesspiy. 
Prasnasaramaiijan. 

See Chandeamohana Deva Saeua. 



Prasnottaramala. 

See Chandrasatha JIcKnoi'ADirYAYA. 



See Navixakrishxa VAXDroPADHTAYA. [Acccsstons]. 
Prasth anabh ed a . 

See MADHrsuDANA Sarasvati. 
Prathama charitashtaka. 

See KaiImava Ohataka. 
Prathama paribar pustaka. 

See Vbajanatua Mukhopadhyaya afterwards Vidya- 

LANKABA. 

Prathama siksba pustaka. 

See Lady. 
Pratiinavisarjana [in loco]. 
Pratyadesa. 

See Saracuciiaxdra Datta. 
Pratyahika Brahmopasana. 

See Brahma Samaj. 
Pravadamala. 

See Loxg (J.), Rev, 
Promabhakti. 

See Nabottama Dasa. 
Premadhlm nataka. 

See Tbmlokyanatha Datta. 
Premaparijata. 

See Pkamathanatha Mitea. 
Premarar hatahadda. 

See Ksheteajiohana Sex a. 
Premaratnakara. 

See YiprxAviHAJiI Saema Saskab. 
Premavilasa. 

See Nilakamala Dasa. 
Premer darbar. 

See Yogi Peemanaxda. [Accessions]. 
Premopadesa nataka. 

See VisvEsvAiu Ghosha. 
PribhT Kaunsaler najTror sarabhaga. 

See Geeat Beitaix. — Frivy Council. 
PrithvTraja. 

See UPEXDEACH.tXDEA MlTBA. 

Priyakavya. 

See PErTAMADHAVA Vasumallika. 
Pronaya prosunga [i.e. Pranayaprasanga]. 

See Kedaran.Itha Mitra. 
Puddia chandrika [i.e. Padyachandrika]. 

See AsviNiKUJiARA Ghosha. 
Puddo-prokshcp [i.e. Padyaprakshepa]. 

See GovixDACuAjfDRA Yasu. 
Punarvivaha nataka. 

See GuiiUPEASANNA VAjrDYOPADHYAYA. 

Puranaprachara. 

See PiTBAXAS. [Accessions]. 
Piiraiijana. 

See AvrxASACHAXDEA Chattopadhyata. 
Puravrittasara. 

See Bhudeva Mukhopadhyaya. 
Purnima. 

See Periodical Publications. — Calcutta. 
Purushapariksha. 

See Yidyai'ati. 
Purushottama chandrika. 

See BhavanIchaeaxa Vandyopadhyay'a. 
Puruvikrama natiika. 

See Jyotirixdiunatha Thakuba. 
Purvabangala Brahma Samajcr vigata andolana. 

See Brahma Samaj. 
Putrasokatura duhkhinl mata. 

See Axdersex (H. C). 
Rabinsan Krusor jivanacharita. 

See De Foe (D.). 



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INDEX TO TITLES, 



Rachanavali. 

See Blaie (H.). 
Radhikavilapa. 

See SlEABAPEASiBA MuKHOPADHTArA. 

Raghuvamsa. 

See KZlidasa. 
Eajaduta. 

See Adams (W.), M.A., Fellow of Merlon College, 

Oxford. 
Erijakuraari. 

See AjJAXBAcnAXiiEA Mitea. 
Raja haoya vishama daya. 

See Mahimachaxdea Gupta. 
Raj am. 

See Bankijiachandea CnAXTOPADHyArA. 
Raja Pratapaditya charitra. 

See Haeischandea Taekalankara. 



See Ramaeama Vasu. 
Eajatarangini. 

See Kalhana. 
Raja udasina. 

See Peasannabata Chattdhuei, BevT 
RajavalT. 

See MeITTUNJATA VrDTALANKAEA. 



See Stamadhana Mukhopabhtaya. 
Raktadanta. 

See TajSeSVARA VAIfDTOPADHTATA. 

Rama abhisheka nataka. 

See Kebaeanatha Gangopadhyaya. 



See Umesachaioiea Bhattachaeya. 
Ramanilila. 

See SrvACHANBEA Vanbyopabhyaya. 
Ramaniratna. 

See P. A. D. 
Ramaraujika. 

See Tekchanba TnlKrEA, pseud. \J.e. Pyaeichanba 

Mitba]. 
Ramavanavasa. 

See Seimaxta Yidyabhushana. 
Ramavanavasa nataka. 

See Aghoeachandea Dasa Ghosha. 



See ISVAEACHANBEA SaEKAE. 



See Kebae.anatha Gangopabhyaya. 



See Naphaechajn-bea Datta. 



See Umesachaxdea Bhattachaeya. 
Ramavanavasa panchall. 

See Mahexdeaxaiha Mukhopabhyaya. 
Ramavanavasa yatra. 

See Kebaeanatha GAifGOPADHYAYA. 



See TJmesachaxdea Bhattachaeya. 
Ramayana. 

See Valmiki. 
Ramer aranyayatra. 

See Haeixatha IN'yIyaeatna. 
Earner vanavasa nataka. 

See Kliiixi Devi. 
Ramcsvari Satyanarayaiia. 

See Kamesvaea Bhattachaeya. 
Ranajita Simlior jTvanavrittantn. 

See BiiAHjrAiion.\_xA Mallika. 
Rangamati. 

See Navinachanbea Sena. 



Rangpura dikprakasa. 

See Peeiodical Poblications. — Rangpttr. 
Ran! Easamanir jivanacharita. 

See Hemachaxdra Vaxbyopadhyaya. 
Ranr bhanr mithya katlia, etc. 

See Calcutta. 
RasamanjarT. 

See Bharatachasbea R-Iya. 
Rasapaii chadliy aya. 

See PuEAXAS. — Bhagavatapuiana. — ROmpanchu- 

dhydya. 
Rasayanasikslia. 

See Rajakrishxa Raya Chaubhcei. 
Rasayanavij nana. 

See Kaxailala De. 
Eatimaiijari. 

See Pdbaxas. — Padmaptirrina. 
Ratnamalil [m loco^. 
Ratnavali. 

See Harshabeva. 



See Yabuxatha Taekabatxa. 
Ratnavali natika. 

See IsiLAMAXi Paea. 
Ratnavati. 

See MusEiF Husadt. 
Ratnottama. 

See Navistachaitdea Vanbyopabhyaya. 
Ravanavijaya. 

See Krishxabhana Chattopabhyaya. 
Reviniu Border vidhi. 

See CHAPii.vjf (R. B.). 
Rijubibriti [i.e. Rijuvivriti]. 

See Syamacharaxa Chattopabhyaya. 
Rijupatha. 

See Mabanamohana Taekaxankaba. 
Rinadaya. 

See Chaxbeakaxta Chakeavaeti. 
Eitimula. 

See Kailasachaxdea Tarkaeatxa. 
Ritumala [m loco^. 
Ritusamhara. 

See Kalibasa. 
Roger mata ausbadhi. 

See Sanxy.asichabana Pala. 
Roka kari choka mfila. 
See HiEALALA GunsHA. 

Romarajyer puravritta. 

See EuTROPius (F.). 
Romavati. 

See Ramagati Nyatabatxa. 
Eomer itibasa. 

See BhUDEVA MtTKHOPABHY-JrA. 

Eomio evam Jiilicter manohara upakhyana. 

See Lamb (C), the Eimyist. 
Rongpore Dick Prokash \_i.e. Rangpura dikprakasa]. 

See Periodical Publications. — Rangpur. 
RubakarT 'adillat i diwaui. 

See Bayley (H. V.), Civil and Sessions Judge of 

Htigli. 
Rudrachanda. 

See Ravixbeaxatha Thaktjba. 
Rukminibarana. 

See Sankarabeva. 
Rusiyadhipati Pitarcr jlvanayrittanta. 

See ViPRAD.ASA Vanbyopabhyaya. 
Rusiyar rajfiT Kyatbarincr upakhyana. 

See Dvarakax.\tha Biiattacharva. 
Sa'atnamali. 

See Ghulam Farid. 



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Sabdadulhiti. 

.SV« SVAMACHARANA CnATTOPADHYA YA. 

SabtlailTpikii. 

iSV« KasIXATIIA DaSA Gl'lTA. 

Sab(liikiil]);iUitika. 

<S'cC A.MAIlASIMnA. 

fiabclakal])a taranp;inT. 

>SV« JAIiANNATHAPRASlDA MaII.IKA. 

Sabilfinibudhi. 

See JIl-KTAKAMA A'lDYA VAGINA. 

Sabdartliamnkt avail. 

See Vi:>i.M.\niiAVA Deva Dasa. 
SabdasandarljluisiinUiu. 

See MATnuBASATHA Taekahatna. 
Sabda.sara. 

See GlRISACHANDKA ViDYABATNA. 

SabbyadigcT vaktrita. 

See Tattvabodhisi Sabha. 
Sabhyatasopaua. 

See PllASAXNAKCllAEA ChATTOI'ADHYAYA. 

Sachcha diner rfiba. 

.SV«MriR(.S'(> W.). 
Saddliuima prakasa. 

See Epitome. 
Sadbakaranjana. 

See KcNJAViniRJ Deva. 
Sadharanapatra 

See Wexgku (J.). 
Sadliu AghoranfitbiT jivanacharita. 

See AonoEAXATnA. 
Sadhii Andriyer sabhii. 

See Gor.\LAcn.\Ni)KA Mitra, Native Christian. 
SadhvT Jlanikru' jlvanacbaritu. 

See CuAXDRAMonANA. 

Sadrisa vyavastba cbikitsadTpikfi. | 
vahyika piayoga. ) 

See Harikkishna Malliea. 
Sagarasnana. 

See Kailasaciiandba Maiti. 
Sababliaga grahana. 

See Wilson (D.), Bishop of Calcutta. 
Sahar cbarita. 

See As'.u) 'AlI. 
Sahityakusuma. 

See SivAKisoRA Ciiakbavakti. 
Sahityaparicbaya. 

See NiLAMAXi MuKnoPADHYiYA Nyayalankara. 
Sahityapatha. 

See NniAicnAEANA Simha. 
SabityapravcBa. 

See rRAS^lXKACHANDBA VlDYifiATNA. 

SahityaratnavalT. 

•SVe IIakimohana MuKnoPADiiYAYA. 
Sabityasopana. 

See SSarachchaxiira C'nAUDUi'ui. 
Sailabala [m loco^. 
Sailcsanatba. 

See DuBGiSAEAYANA GnosiLA. 

Saktisela nataka. 

See MAHiXAjfDA Vajtbyopadhyaya. 
Sakuntala. 

See Haeimohana Gupta. 



See IsVARACHANDBA VlDTislGARA. 

Sakuntala nataka. 

See Xandalala Raya. 
Sakuntala tattva. 

See CiiAxmuxATiiA Vasij. 
Sakyamuniebarita. 

See Aghoeanatha Gupta. 



Samachara chandrika. 

See Periodical Puhlications. — Calcutta. 
Samacbara sudbavarsbana. 

See Periodical Pujilicatioxs. — Calcutta. 
Samagra Bbarater sarnksbiptii itibasa. 

See KsuiBODACnANDEA Kaya Cbaudituei. 
Samajacbinta. 

See Pi-RXAcnANDEA Vasu. 
Samajakucbitra. 

See MiDXIGIIT-TEATELLEE. 

Samajasaiuskaraiia. 

See Navixaciiaxdra Mukhopadhyaya. 
Samajika nltisiksba. 

See Veajesdeachandiu Ghosua. 
Samasucbi. 

See Satyaviuta SamasbamI Bhattacharya. 
Samasyadarpana \_in loeo']. 
Samasya.samgraba. 

See Jauahil.\la SIla. 



See MlDnAVACHAXDRA Cn.^TTOPADnYAYA. 

Samaveda. 

See Vedas. — Samaveda. [See also Accessions.'] 
Samavcdiya sandbyfiprayoga. 

Sec Harischaxdra Tahkalaxkaua. 



See Vedas. — Sdmareda. 
Sambandbasaruadbi nataka. 

See Sambaxdiiasam.adiii. 
Samgopancr dbyana o piartbana. 

Sec Wilson (T.), Bishop of Sodor and Man. 
Samksbipta Bangala siksbagrantlia. 

See K.\dii.akan-ta Deva, Raja. 
Samksbipta jamidari o mahajam. 

See Hamataeaka MuKnopiDUYAYA. [^Accessions']. 
Samsara. 

See KEDABANATnA CnAKEAVAETI and MAnENDEVNATHA 

Bagciii. [Accessiotis.] 
Samskrita bbasba visbayaka prastava. 

See TsVARACHANDRA ViDYASAGAEA. 

Samskritabbidliana. 

See Yates (W.). -O-^- 
Samskrita prastava. 

See Nandakumaua Kaviratna Biiatt.\cii.\rya. 
Samudrika [m hco~\. 
Samvada bliaskara. 

prabhakara. 

rasaraja. 

See Pebiodicu, Publications. — Calcutta. 
Samvadasara. 

See Long (J.), Rev. 
Samvaranavijaya kavya. 

See Prapiiullacuandea Vanbtopadhyaya. 
Sandcba niiasana. 

See Naxdakumaea Kavieatna Bhattacharya. 
Sandhivritti. 

See Ramanatha Vidyaeatna. 
Sangltacbandrika. 

See YoGiNDEAcnAXDEA Raya. 
Saiigltalabari. 

See Avixasachandea Mitea. 
Sangitamala. 

See Tarixichaeaxa Vasakha. 
SangitamuktavalT. 

See Vechar.ama Chattopadhtaya. 
Sangitamukula [)'« loco. Accessions]. 
Sangltapusbpabara. 

See Brahma Samaj. 
Sangitaratnamala. 

See Naxdakumaea Mukhopadhyaya. 



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Sangltaratnamala. 

See PKiTAjrlDnAVA Vas0. 
Sangltaratnavall \_m loco']. 
Saiigltasara. 

See KsHETHAMOHAXA GOSVAMI. 

Sangita sarasamgraha. 

See Valaichasda GosvamJ. 
Sangitasataka. 

See VlHABILALA ChAZBATAEtT. 

Sangitasiksha. 

See Keishxabhana VANDTOPiDHrlYA. 



See SitInItha Vasaka. 
Saigitasudhakara. 

See MahtIb CHi\D, Eaja of Bardwan. 
Sangltataraiiga. 

See KiDHAMoeANA Sena. 
SanjuktasvayamTara nataka. 

See PeInanatha Datta. 
Saiiketavali. 

See Keishnakujiaea Datta. 
Sankhyadarsana. 

See Kalitaea YedantavagIsa Bhattachaeta. 
Sankliyasara. 

See YiJNANA Bhikshu. \^Accessions]. 
Sanmukhe Durgapuja. 

See AvrNASACHA^^)EA Vaxdtopadhtaya. 
SannyasI [/» Ioco~\. 



See Goldsmith (0.), the Poet. 
SanByasI iipakhyana. 

See Paenell (T.), Archdeacon of Clogher. 
Santisataka. 

See MiDHAVACHAKTIEA SaEMA. 

Sapatnl nataka. 

See Taeakachajtbea ChCbajiani. 
Saradamangala. 

See Manibajia Misea. 



See SrvACHAXDEA Sexa. 
Saradapratima. 

See Mabanamohaxa Mitb-i. 
Saradotsava. 

Si-e MAHEXT)EAliLA KbAN. 

Sarakaumudi. 

See Anandachaxdea Vaeji.v. 
Sarala abliidhana. 

See SrillACHAEANA CHATTOPADnY.AVA. 

Sarala bhugola. 

See Syamadasa Majttmdae. 
Sarala charita. 

See Mathtteanatha Taekaeatna. 
Sarala jvarachikitsa. 

See T-abuitatha Mukhopadhyaya. 
Sarala patha. 

See Haeischaitdea Mitba. 
Sarala patha vyakarana. 

See KixiKiNEASA Chakbavabti. 
Saralatar puraskara. 

See Edgewoeth (M.). 
Saramala. 

See SyajiaxIla Gosvami. 
Sarama nataka. 

See Saeama. 
Sararnava. 

See Mahexdeanatha Ghosh ala. 
Sarasari mukaddama vishaye. 

See YorxG (J. H.). 
Saravali. 

See Navlnachanbea Vasdyopadhyaya. 



Sarfaraz Klian patana. 

See Saefabaz Khax. 
Sarlrapalana. 

See YADrXATHA MxTKHOPABnTATA. 

Sariratattvasara. 

See EADnixATHi Yasaka. 
Saririka svastliyavidhana. 

See Gaueixatha Sena. 
Sarlrotpattikrama. 

See Peaxakrishxa Yidyasagaea. 
Sarmishtha [m /ow]. 
Sarmishtha nataka. 

See Madhusudana Datta (M.). 
SarojasayinT. 

See Xandalaxa DIsa. 
Sarojini nataka. 

See Jyotieixdbaxaiha Thakuba. 
Sarpaghata pratlkara. 

See HeidayaxItha Dasa. 
Sarpaghater chikitsa. 

See PEAJIATnAXiTHA GnosHA. 

Sarradarsana saipgraha. 

See Sayaxachaeya. 

Sarvajiia jnanamaiijari. 

See JfAXBAKTMAEA DaTTA. 

Sarvartha purnachandra. i 
Sravasubhakari patrika. ; 
Sarvatattvadlpika. ) 

See Peeiomcai, Publicatioxs. — Calcutta. 
Sasisandarsana. 

See KAJTixiGGPALA Chakeavaeti. 
Sastraprakasa. 

See LAKStllliXARAYAXA K YAYAXAXKAR A ■ 

Sataran j akaiituka . 

See Saevesvaba Chattop^eyata. 
Satavarsha. 

See RAiiESACH.ufBE-A Datta. 
Satgenyer kachhe mamdobaji. 

See Eamakeishxa Bhattachaeya. 
Sati nataka. 

See Maxojiohaxa Yasu. 
SatTprabhava nataka. 

See Kalikeishxa Chakbavabti. 
Satitvarakshini. 

See Aghobaxatha Mukhopadhyaya. 
Sativiyoga nataka. 

See Haeichaeaxa Dasa. 
Satsange svargavasa asotsange sarvanasa. 

See Taeakaxatha Chakbavabti. 
Satya asraya. 

See Peaece (W. H.). 
Satyadliarma nischayarthapatra. 

See Satyadhaejia. 
Satya itihasasara. 

See Sketches. 
Satyaj nanasancharinT patrik a . 

See Periodical Publicatioxs. — Calcutta. 
Satyanarayana. 

See PuEAXAS. — Skandapurana. — Satyanarayanairata- 

laflia. 



See Eamesvaba Bhattachaeya. \^AccessioniJ- 
Satyapradipa. 

See Peeiodical Publicatioxs. — Calcutta. 
Satyasthapana o mithyanasana. 

See KiiisHXAMOHAXA Vaxdyopadhyata. 
Saubhahkari arya. 

See Taeinichabaxa Yasu Chaudhuri. 
Saviti-i Satyavan gitabhinaya. 

See TiXKADi Ghosuala. 



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Siivitr! Satyavan nataka, 

See KEDARAXATnA GANOOPADnYAYA. 

Suvitri Satyavan yatra. 

See TixKADi Visvasa. 
Saytancr guna. 

See Satan. 
Sevaker nivtdana. 

See Kksavacuaxdra Skxa. [^Aceexs ions']. 
Shabetree-Shuttoban-Gcctabhccnoy [/.«. Savitri Satyavan 

gitabhinaya] 

See TixKAiii Ghosuala. 
Shadilarsana samvada. 

See KrISHXAMOUANA VAXDTOPAIinYAVA. 

Shiihiiamah. 

See FiRDAisT. 
Sliahpan o Mallikzadah. 

See DuL.vMiv.A. 
Shah llumiT kechcliha. 

See (rurLAM Maula. 
Sharamala [/.«. Saiamahl]. 

See SVAMALALA GosVAJII. 

Shatchakra nirupana. 

See I'URXA.VANDA GOSVAMI. 

Shirln Farhad. 

See Taj Al-Dix KnXx and Raiuan Al-D7x. 
Shubda Didhitce [i.e. Sabdadidliiti]. 

See Syamachabaxa CnATTOPiDnYATA. 
Siddhantakauniudl. 

See Bhattoji Dikshita. 
Sikshapaddhati. 

See SOMAXATHA MUKHOPADHTATA. 

Sikshapninali. 

See GoPALACnAXBRA VAXDTOPADnYAYA. 

Sikshavidhayaka prastava. 

See BhUDEVA MuKHOPADnY.lYA. 

Silpikadarsana. 

See Raji^xdkalala Mitea. 
Si§ubodha. 

See DcEGACHAEAXA Gupta. 
Sisubodhaka [in loco]. 
Sisubodha ryakarana. 

See LoHABAiiA Siboeatxa. 
Sisuchikitsa. 

See TJPEXDBALALA VaSU. 

Sisupalana. 

See MoEisox (J.), D.D., ZL.D. 



See SiVACHANDBA DeTA. 

Sisusiksha. 

See Madanamohana Taekalaxkaua. 
Slta ki asati ? 

See Nagexdeaxatha CnATTOPAonvAYA. 
Sltaladevir jagarana palii. 

See I.«VAKACHAKDEA SaBKAR. 

Sitalamangala. 

See DviJA Nittaxanda. 
Sltar anveshana. 

See Madaxamohaxa Mitea. 
Sitar patalapravesa. 

See TixKApi Visvasa. 
Sltar vanavasa. 

See ISVAEACHANDEA ViDYASAOAKA. 

Sitar vanavasa nataka. 

See Bholaxaiha Mukhopadhyaya. 



See KebaraxItha Gaxgopabhyaya. 



See Naxbalala K.aya. 



See Peanachaxbra Dasa. 



Sitar vanavasa nataka. 

See TiNKAiii Visvasa. 
Sitar vanavasa yatra. 

See Gaukasundaea CnAmnuEi. 
Sivabhaktipradayini Sabha. 

See Kaliouat. — Siiabhaklipraduyini Sabhu. 
Sivajir eharitra. 

See SivAJi. 
Sivasanihitii [('» loco]. 
Sivasataka. 

See Pbaxakrishxa. 
Slokahihari. 

See BAXKAviniRi Sabma. 
Slokarthabodhikfi. 

See MrKCXBAXAEAYAXA Dkva. 

Smritidaqiaiia. 

See VisvAXATHA Mitea. 
Smritisanihita. 

See KalIvAEA VEBAXTAVioiSA BnATTACU.\ItYA. 

cessions.] 
Sobhana. 

See Habibasa BhabatI. [Accessions]. 
Sokavijaya [in loco]. 
Sohin o Pablikolar jivanacharita. 

See Plutaech. 
Somaprakasa. 

See Peeiodical Ptjblicatioxs. — Calcutta. 
Sonabhan. 

See 'AiiD Al -Wasi'. 
Sonabhaner puthi. 

See Fakie Al-Dix. 
Sopana. 

See Peasanxaeaya CHArDHUEi, Devi. 
Sriharir manavalila. 

See Kamalacuanbea Vasu. 
Srikanta o Pramada. 

See NAPnAECn.iNDEA Datta. 
Srimadbhagavata. 

See PcEAXAS. — BhugavatapurCina. 
Srimadbliagavatasara. 

See MABHAVACnABYA. 

Sriiigaratihika. 

See Kalidasa. 
Sriramachanilrer asvamedha yajfia. 

See Haeanaiua Deva. 
Sriramacliarita. 

See K.^KHALADASA Halbae. 
Srlramcr janmavrittanta. 

See ISAXACnAXDEA BlIATT.\CnARYA. 

Srirainer vanavasa nataka. 

See Pe.axachanbua 1)asa. 
Srishtyadir vivarana. 

See Elleetox (J. F.). 
Stribodha. 

See MOHAXACHAXDEA GuPTA. , 

Stridharma vidhayaka. 

See Ramasuxb.usa Raya. 
Striganer vidyasiksha. 

See T.\u.\SAXKAEA Tabkaeatxa. 
Striloka sadhya nataka. 

See Mahexbraxatha Vasd. 
Strimitra [in loco]. 
Strisiksha. 

See R.\matantj Gupta. 
Strisikshavidhayaka. 

See Gaueamohaka Vidtaxankaba. 
Strivisvarupini. 

See Bhutan ATHA Suea. 
Stutimala. 

See Bbahma Sauaj. 



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Subboosovokaree Potrica [/.«. Sarvasubhakari patrika]. 

See Pekiodical Publications. — Calcutta. 
SubhankarT. 

See GArKIKANTA Eaya. 

Subodhim patrika. 

See Peeiodical Publications. — Chimurah. 
Sudbatmika. 

See LiLraoHANA Vidtahatna. 
Sugrlvamilana yatra. 

See Tabangini Devi. 
Sukavilasa. 

See JfANDAKUMAiiA Kavikatna Bhattacharya. 
Sukhabodha. 

See Bhagatachchandea Visae^vda. 
Sukhaehakra. 

See Yadunatha BnATTlcnARYA. 
Sukbaparinaya. 

See GoPALACHANDEA MiTEA, Dramatut. 
Sukhapravesa. 

See Chant)eam:ohana Sena. 
Sulabbabodba vyakarana. 

See Seipati Bhattacharya. 
Sulabha patrika. 

See Peeiodic-U, Publications. — Calcutta. 
Sulaiman i tali'Damah. 

See Ghuxaji Faeid. 
Sulalita itihasa. 

See Ramalala Mitea. 
Sulochana. 

See GOPALACHANDEA DaTTA. 

Sumbha J^isumbha badha yatra. 

See TlNKADI ViSVASA. 

Sumbha samhara. 

See PEAlIATHAN.tTHA MiTEA. 

Sunecbha ? Hanumancr vastraliaraiui ! 

See Syamachaeana Seimani. 
Suniti samgraba. 

See Haeischandea Palita. 
Suraj Jamal Dudmeber. 

See Ghulam Maul a. 
Suralata nataka. 

See PyakilIla Mokhopadhyaya. 
Surapaner phala. 

See Calcutta. — Surdpdnanivdrinl Sabhii. 
Surasundari. 

See Rangalala V.anbyopadhy.Xva. 
Suratha Sudbanvabadba yatra. 

See Vaiisidhaea Chaitop^i'hvaya. 
Suratl Sukumara. 

See MahesachandeaDasa. 
Surendra VinodinT nataka. 

See Duegadasa Dasa. 
Surju Ujalbiblr putbi. 

See Bakhtiyae Khan. 
Sumo sreenkhul natuk \_i.e. SvarnnsriiikbaUi nataka]. 

See Veindavanachandea VANDYin'Auuy.\yA. 
SusTlar iipakbyana. 

See Mabhcsudana Mukhopadhyaya. 
Susruta [/« loco']. 
Svabhavadarsana. 

See Gieisachandea Majumdar. 
Svadeser hitakatha. 

See Togendranaeayaxa Raya. {_Aceessions'\. 
Svapnadarsana. 

See ViHARiLALA ChakravaetI. 
SvapnamayT nataka. 

See Jyotieindranatha Thakuea. 
Svapncr mobini sakti. 

See Ambikaciiarana R.\va. 



Svargabhrashta kavya. 

See Milton (J.), the Poet. 
Svargayatra [m loco'}. 
Svargiya Brabmananda Kesavachandrer jTvana vishaye 

vaktrita. 

See Vangachandea Raya. [Accessions']. 
Svamasrinkbala nataka. 

See Veindavanachandea Vandyopadhyata. 
Svastbyaraksba. 

See Cunningham (J. M.). 



See Raduikaprasan.va Mckhopadhyaya. 
Svastbyaraksba prathama pustaker prasnottara. 

See ASVINIKU5IAE.V ChakravaetI. 
Swarga Bhrasta {_i.e. Svargabbrasbta kavya]. 

See Milton (J.), the Poet. 
Taittirlya Upanisbad. 

See Upanishads. [Accessions]. 
Tajblz takfin. 

See Ghulam Maula. 
Takwiyat al-Iman. 

See Muhammad Isma'il. 
Tali'namah. 

See Muhammad Faiz Al-Din. 
Tani Jons \i.e. Tom Jones] nataka. 

See M.AHESACHANDEA D.ASA. 

Tam Kburo. 

See S'lowE (H. E. B.), Mrs. 
Tanbib al-Muminin. 

See 'Umae Shah. 
Tanbiyat al-nisa. 

See Mali Muhammad. 
Tantrasara. 

See Tanteas. 
Tapasamala. 

See Gieisachandea Sena. 
Tarakasambara. 

See Rajakrishna Raya. 
Tarangamobin! nataka. 

See Paevatichaeana Simha. 
Taranisenabadba nataka. 

See M.AnESACH.iNDEA Dasa De. 
Tarjar larai. 

See Y.iNAMALi Dasa. 
TarunT taraiiginT. 

See St.amacharana Ghosha. 
Tathyaprakasa. 

See Vrajamohana Deva. 
Tattvabodha [m loco]. 
Tattvabodbini patrika. 

See Periodical Publications. — CulctUta. 
Tattvabodbini samgraba. 

See Kailasach.vndra Sarkab. 
Tattvadarsana. 

See PURNACHANDE.V MiTEA. 

Tattvaj nanopadesa. 

See KESAVACH-iNDE.*. Raya Kaemakara. 
Tattvakusuma. 

See GllUSACHANDEA SeNA. 

Tattvavali. 

See Maihubanatha Varma. 
Tattvavidya. 

See DVIJENDEANATHA ThAKURA. 

Terasaddir puthi. 

See MuHAsiMAD Faiz Al-DIx. 
Tilottamasambbava kavya. 

See Madhusudana D.vtta (.M.). 
Timiranasaka. 

See Siewaet ( ), Captain. 



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Tirthpr vivarana. 

See TIrtha. 
Tithitattva. 

See Raghtjnasdana BnATTAcniEYA. 
Totu itihasa. 

See Haisab Bakhsh. 
Tranopaya. 

See CHAMBEELArN (J.), Missionary. 
Trayayana. 

See HoJTEE ['IVtn*]. 
Trishiiavatl Birapruru. 

See SalIm Al-DTs. 
Tulifat almubtadi. 

See Mri'iAMMAD Khatir. 
Tumi je sarvancso Govardtlhana. 

See Syamalala MuKHorlDnYAYA. 
Tumi ki amar ? 

See BnrVANACHANDRA MuKnOPADHTAVA. 

Ubhaya sahkata. 

See Kamanarayaxa Taekahatna. 
TJchita sravana. 

See MrnAMMAD Siddiki (Shams Al-DIs.) 
UdasTna Satyasravar Asambhramana. 

See UdasIna Sattasrava, pseud., etc. 
Udbliatachandrika. 

See CnAN'DBAJiOHANA Taekaeatsa. 
Udbliidvichara. 

See Yadunatha MuKnorADnTAYA. 
Udbhid vyavachchhoda darsana. 

See HaUIMOHANA MnKHOPADHYAYA. 

Udbhijjavidya. 

See VaAjANATnA MuKHOPinnYAYA, afterwards Vidya- 

LANKAEA. 

Onavimsapuraiia. 

See Ramesvara Sena. 
Unavimsa satabdir pyagambar. 

See Kailasachandiu Vandyopadhyata. 
Upadcsakatha. 

See Krishnamohana VAirDTOPADHYirA. 



), Captain. 



See Stewart ( 
Upakatba. 

See BANKriiAcnA>T)EA CnATTorADnYAYA. 
Upakraraanika. 

See IsVAKACHAXDRA ViDYASAGARA. 

Upanyasaiufda. 

See Sasichandea Datta. 
Urdu upadesa. 

See Kauprasajtna Sena Gupta. 
Urisyar itibasa. 

See SrvACHANDBA Soma. 
TJshabarana. 

See Pitambara Sena. 
Utkrishta aushadrwall. 

See PEAXACnAXDRA Dasa. 

Uttarapascbima pradcsc durbbiksha. 

See India. — North Western Provinces. 
Uttararamacbarita nataka. 

See BhavabhC'ti. 
TJttaravilapa nataka. 

S«e IIasavihIri Sila. 
Yachyantara dlpika. 

See TJmesachaxdra Gupta Vidyaratna. 
Vadivivadabbanjana. 

See Yeajanatha Yidtaeatna. 
Yadyasiksba. 

See KRrsHNADHANA Chattopadhtata. 
YagdinTr pala. 

See Rasikaiala Chandea. 



Yabya vastur . . . vicbara. 

See Akshayaki'mara Datta. 
Yaidbarmva nivarakapatra. 

See Pearce (G.). 
Yaidhavya dliarmodaya. 

See Nandakum.ara Kavibatna Bh-attacdauya. 
Yairagyaprakarana. 

See YoOAVASrsnTnAEAMAYANA. 

Vaisajya-prakasba [/'.e. Bbaisbajj-aprakasa]. 

See AonoRAcnANDRA Simda. 
Vaishajya Ratnavali [/'.«. BhaishajyaratnavalT]. 

See GOYINDADASA. 

Yaisbayika vyavahara. 

See K.\LipRASANNA Sena Gupta. 
Yaisbnavacbaradarpana. 

See NAVADTIPACnANDEA ViDTiEATNA. 

Yaishnavadliarma ])rakasika. 

See Raman-Iilayana Vidyaratna. 
Yaktrita. 

See Rajanaeayana Vasu. 
Yakyamaiijari. 

See TaEANATHA TaEKAVACHASPATI lillATTACUABYA. 

Yakyavall. 

See PEAB.SON (J. D.), Rev., of Chinsurah. 
YallalTkbuta nataka. 

See YallalIkhata. 
Vrdmikipratibba. 

See ValmIki. — Appendix. 
Yamabodha. 

See Nandakrishna Yasu. 
Vanakusuma [/» /oeo]. 
Yanchakacharita. 

See Kkdaran.atha Datta, of JIatkola. 
Yaiigabbasbabbidbana. 

See R.\)iachandra Yxdyavagisa. 
Yaiigabbashar vyakarana. 

See Keith (J.). 
Yangabhidhana. 

See Haladhaea Nyayaeatna. 
Yangadarpana. 

See Gop.Ilakrishna Vandyopadhyaya. \_Accessions'\. 
Yahgadcser pradesa samuher vivarana. 

See DiNAX-iTHA Sexa. 
Vangadcscr viscsha vivarana. 

See Haeimohana Mukiiopadhyaya. 
YangadesTya Khnshtiyau gltasamgralia. 

See Calcutta. — Calcutta Christian School Book 

Society. 
Yangadbipa parajaya. 

See Bengal. 
Yangagriha. 

See SiTANATHA Nandi. \_Accessions']. 
Vangakaminl nataka. 

See Haranachandea Mukhopadhyaya. 
Yangamabila. 

See YoGENDEANABArANA Raya. 

Yangasundarl. 

See YihaeTlala Chakbavabti. 
Vangavidya prakasika patrika. 

See Periodical Publicatioxs. — Calcutta. 
Yangavijeta. 

See Ramesachandea Datta. 
Yangavivaba. 

See Cn-OTDRAXTMABA BHATTACniEYA. 

Yangavivaraiia. 

See Naph-aechandra Pala. 
Yanger paiicbaratna. 

See liHiREXDRANATHA Pala. [^Accessions']. 
Yanglya garbastbya cbikitsa. 

See Vin.ARiLALA Guosha. 



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VangTya natya samaja. 

See ViPiKATiHAui Gaxgopadhyata. 
Yaiiglya visvasya mantraTall. 

See Manieas. 
Varnaparicliaya. 

See ISVARACHAXDRA YiDYASAGARA. 

Varnaparichaya dvitlya bbager sabdiirtha. 

See VlSVAMBHAEACHAEAXA I)aSA. 

Varoyaripancliali. 

See ISVAKACHANDBA SaBKAB. 

Yarshatirikta gati. 

See Chandeamadhava Chattopabhyaya. 
Yartamana Nepal rajyer itivritta. 

See Nepal. 
Yartamana satabdir Bangala suhitya. 

See Harapeasada Sastei. 
Varunivarana. 

See Haeachandea Ghosha. 
Yasanta \_in loco]. 
Vasantasena. 

See SuDEAEA, Raja of MOcjaiha. 
Yasanta utsava. 

See SvAEXAMAYJ Devi. 
Yasant! \in ^co]. 
Yasantika. 

See JaGABISA TAEKlLAifKiEA. 

Yasarakautuka nataka. 
See Najs'balala IIaya. 



See Syamachaeaxa De. 
Yasavadatta. 

See Jayagopala Gosviiii. 
YashpTya kala. 

See Kalidasa Maitra. 
Yastiivichara. 

See EisiAGATi Nyayaeatna. 
Yasupalitopakhyana. 

See Kedaraxatha Yaxbyopadhyaya. 
Yayiichatushtayer akhyayika. 

See Anbeesen (H. C). 
Vedantasara. 

See Sabanaxba Toginbra. [See also Acceuioni\. 
Yedavishaye darsanikadiger mata. 

See PRASAXXAKUiiAEA YidyIeatna. 
Yeksinesyaner Tivarana. 

See Yaccixation. 
Yenlsamhara nataka. 

See Naeayaxa Bhatta, called Mrigaeajalakshmax. 
Yesyasakti nivartaka nataka. 

See Peasaxxakcmaea Pala. 
Yetalapanchavimsati. 

See Baital Pachisi. 
Yibhavati. 

See Nrisimhachaxbea Mukhopabhyaya. 
Yichara. 

See ITabhusotana Mttkhopabhyaya. 
Yicbitra upakhyana. 

See Mathceaxatha Taekaeatxa^ 
YichitravTrya. 

See Keishxakamala Bhattachaeya. 
Yictoria Eajasuya. 

See GoPALACHANBEA Mukhopabhyaya. 
Yidagdhamadhava nataka. 

See EuPA GosTAMi. \_Accesiionir\. 
Yidagdha mukhamandana. 

See ElMAKAilALA YlBYALA.NKAEA. 

Yidliauabharata [('» loco]. 
Yidliava manoranjana nataka. 

See EiBHAMAOnAVA MlIRA. 



Yidliava parinayotsava nataka. 

See YiHAEiLALA Naxbi. 
Yidhava sukher dasa. 

See HiNBU "Wibotvs. 
Yidhava Yangangana. 

See Haeischasbka Mitea. 
Yidhavavedana nishedhaka. 

See Eamabhana TAEKAPAXCHiNANA Bhattachaeya. 
Yidhavavilapa. 

See Lalamohaxa Dasa Ghosha. 
Yidhavavilasa nataka. 

See Yabuxatha Chattopabhyaya. 
Yidhava vishama vipada. 

See HiNBU Wibows. 
Yidhavavivaha nataka. 

See UiiESACHAXBEA Mitea. 
Yidhavavivaha nishedha. 

See Calcutta. — DJiarma Sabhd. 
Yidhavavivaha uchita ki na. 

See IsvAEAcn.txBEA Yibyasagaea. 
Yidhavavivaha vada. 

See Calcutta. — Dharmamarmaprakasikd Sabhd. 
Yidhavodvaha nataka. 

See UiiACHAEAXA Chattopabhyaya. 
Yidhavodvaha vishayaka prasnavali. 

See Syajiauatha Eaya C'HAUBHrEi. 
YidyadaridradalanT [/« loco]. 
Yidya evam niti vishayaka kavita. 

See Bhaleavachaitdea Datta. 
Yidyasundara. 

See Bhaeatachaxbea Eaya. 
Yidyasundara gitabhinaya. 

See YajisTvabaxa Chattopabhtata. 
Yidyasundara nataka. 

See Dayalachandea Ghosha. 
YidyuUata. 

See Saeachchaitdea Abhikaei. 
Yijayachandi. 

See Matilala Eaya. 
Yijayavallabha. 

See Gopimohana Ghosha. 
Yijayavasanta. 

See Haelxatha Majtsibae. 
Yijayavasanta nataka. 

See Keishxabhaxa Yibyapati. 
Yijayavasanta yatra. 

See Keishxabhaxa Yibyapati. 



See NApnAECH-txBEA Datta. 
Yijayl WiUiam. 

See "William I., called the Conqueror, King of England. 
Yijuanasevadhi. 

See BRoronAM (H.), Baron Brougham and Vau.c. 
Yikramadityer batris puttallka. 

See YisEAiiABiTYA, king of Uyagint. 
Yikramorvasi. 

See Kalidasa. 



See EisiASABAYA Bhattachaeya. 
Yikramorvasi nataka. 

See Kalidasa. 
Yilasavati nataka. 

See Jag.abixbRjIXaeayaxa Yasu. 
Yilva vishayaka grantlia. 

See Eemfey (H. 0.). 
Yimala. 

See Damobara MrKHOPABHYivA. 
Yimata manoranjana nataka. 

See GopIlachakbea Sexa Gcpia. 



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Viiiodamrila. 

See Harischaxdea Nitogi. 
Vipadni sampadcr mula. 

See KisoRiMonANA Mukhopadhtaya. 
Virabala. 

See TJ>rESAcnA>i)KA Gitta. [Accessions]. 
Virahavilapa nataka. 

See KEDAR-O'lTnA Bdada and Saeachchandea Datta. 
Viraha vishama jvala. 

See VrR-iHA. 
TirahinT vilapa. 

See Vrajaxatha BnATTicniHTA. 
Virajamohini. 

See Apharachasdra Mukhopaduyaya. 
Yirangana kavya. 

See M.ujnusuDANA Datta (M.). 
Vlravakyavali. 

See Hariscdaitdra Mitea. 
Vlravarana. 

See GopiLACHASDRA MukhopIdhyata. [Accessions']. 
Tishadapratima. 

See Kaliprasaxna Vajtdyopadhyaya. 
Yishavriksha. 

See BAXKIMACH.tSDRA CnATTOPADHYAYA. 

Vishaya Chandrahamsa nataka. 

See MAnESACHAXDR-v Dasa De. 
Visbnvartha-Vaidyanatha. [Title of a translation of the 

Vishnupurana.] 

See Yaradai'easada Vasaka. 
Visuchika roger chikitsa. 

See TABUXATnA Mi-khopIdhyaya. 
Visvarahasya [in loco]. 
Visvasavijaya. 

See Mullens (H. C), Mrs. 
Vi.svasavivriti. 

See Beahma Samaj. 
Visvavinoda nataka. 

See TADrs.iTHA Mitra. 
Vivadabhaiigarnava. 

See Xandakumar.^. Kattratna Bhattacharya. 
Vivaha prabodha prasanga. 

See Sy.amachaeana De. 
Tivaha vibbrata. 

See Amrital.Ila Vasu. [Accessions]. 
Vivartavilasa [in loco]. 
Tivekachudamani._ 

See Sask-^ra Achaeya. 
Vivekaratnavali. 

See Madhtscdana Vachaspati. 
Vividha darsana kavya. 

See DiNASATHA GANGOP-iDHYAYA. 

Vividhakavita [in loco.] 
Ti\-idhartasamgraha. 

See Periodical Publications. — Calcutta. 
Vividba sandarbha. 

See Xage>t)r,vnatha Chattopadhyaya. [Accessions]. 
Vividha vishayaka patha. 

See KRisnyAMOUAXA Vandtopadhtaya. 
Vrajahgana kavya. 

See Madhusudajja Datta (51.). 
Vrajavadhu ka\"ya. 

See GuBXTSARAYAJNA Kara. 
Vraja^■ilasa [in loco. Accessions]. 
Vratamala. 

See Na>t)alala Vidyaratxa. 
Yriddhavesya tapasvini. 

See Ramakrishxa Sexa. 
Vrihaddharmapura na. 

See PuRAJTAS. — Vrikaddkarmapurana. [Accessions]. 



Vrihat katha. 

See SoMADEVA Bhatta. 
Vrihat Naradapurana. 

See PuRAXAS. — A'tiradapttrSna. [Accessions]. 
Vrihat pashandadalana. 

See VlBABHADRA GoSVASli. 

Vrihat prabhasa. 

See IsVARACHANBEA SaEKAE. 

Vrihat tarjar larai. 

See VaxamalI Dasa. 
Vrindavana drisyavali. 

See Rasikalala Datta. 
Vritrasambara. 

See Hemachandea Vanbtopadhyaya. 
Yyakaranacbanilrika. 

See Matiiuranatiia Taekaeatxa. 
Vyakaranadarpana. 

See NAXCAKntAHA Eaya. 
VyakaranakaumudT. 

See IsVAEACHA>T)EA VtDTiSACAEA. 

VyakaranamanjarT. 

See KalIkumara Dasa. 
Vyakaranamaujusha. 

See Umesachaxdea Gupta Vidyaratna. 
Vyakaranapravesa. 

See Rajexdealala Mitea. 
Vyakaranasara. 

See GovrxDAPEASADA Raya. 



See Madhavachaxdea Bhatt achaeya. 



See Rajarajesvara BnATTAcnAHYA. 
Vyavaharamukura [in loco]. 
Vyavabarika bhugola. 

See Naxpalala Sexa. 
Vyavasthadarpaua. 

See SvAJiAcnARAXA Sarkae. 
Vyavasthakalpadruma. 

See Yogexdraxatha Bhattacharya. [Accessions]. 
Vyavasthakaumudl. 

See Vaeadakaxtha Taekalankaea. 
Vyavastharatnamala. 

See LaKSIImIxAEAYAXA NyATALAXKAEA. 

Vyavastharnava. 

See Ragituxandaxa Bhattacharya. 
Vyavasthasamgraha. 

See Ramajaya Tabkalaxkaea Bhattacharya. 



See Vrajan.atha Viby-aratna. [Accessions]. 
Vyavastbasarvasva. 

See Naxtakuji.aba Kavieatxa Bhattacharya. 
Tadavanandini kavya. 

See Yadavaxaxdixi. 
Yaj na valkya-sm riti. 

.S'«» Yaj.navaikya. [Accessions]. 
Tantrakosha. 

See Saurixdramohaxa Thakura. 
Yantrakshetradlpika. 

See Saurixdiiamohaxa Thakura. 
Yajurvediya Kathopanishad. 

See TJpAXisHADS. 
Yatindracharita. 

See Rajakitmara Tarkabatxa Bhattacharya. 
Yatrirder agrosarana vivarana. 

See BuxTAX (J.). 
Y'auvanc yoginl. 

See GopALACHAXDEA Muxhopadhtaya. 
Y'avanika pai-akrama. 

See NiLARATXA Raya Chaudhuei. 



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Yihudtya lokadiger vrittanta. 

See Tucker (H. C.). 
Tisupranita hitopadesa. 

See Rajiamohana Rata. 
Yisur rakta. 

See Reid (W.), Rev., of Stirling. 
YTsu tranakarta. 

See Jesus Christ. 
Yogavasishtharamayana [m loco], 
Yudliishthiropakhyiina. 

See Makhaxalaxa Ghosha. 
Yuropapravasir patra. 

See RAviNDEAjflTHA Thakuea. 



Yusapher itihasa. 

See Joseph, the Patriarch. 
Yusapher upakhyana. 

See Bible. — Old Testament. — Genesis. 
Yusuf Zulaikha. 

See GnAEiB Allah. 
Zeb Al-Muluk. 

See GnuLAM iTAUxi. 
Zemindaree Darshana \_i.e. Jamidandarsana]. 

See Kaliprasaitna Sena Gupta. 
Zubdat al-masa'il. 

See Ni'am Al-Diit. 
Zulmatnamah. 

See MuMiAZ 'Ali. 



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