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Vākyapadīya of Bhartṛhari, with the Vṛtti
by [Deccan College, Postgraduate and Research Institute] in Poona
Written in English
|Series||Deccan College building centenary and silver jubilee series -- 26|
|Contributions||Subramania Iyer, K. A.|
|LC Classifications||PK541 B463 1965B|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||136|
1) Bhartṛhari (भर्तृहरि; also Bhartrihari; fl. c. 5th century CE) is a Sanskrit author who is likely to have written two influential Sanskrit texts: the Vākyapadīya, on Sanskrit grammar and linguistic philosophy, a foundational text of the Sphoṭa theory in the Indian grammatical tradition, and. 21 The term vākya is often used instead of vārttika in Bhartṛhairs commentary on the Mahābhāṣya: see Kielhorn's edition, n, introd., p. 22, n. Whether or not the two terms are synonyms, or imply a contrast in type or in authorship, is a problem which I have not investigated.
Delhi b = book B = G. Bhler, A Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts contained in the Private Libraries of Gujarat, Kathiavad, Kachch, Sindh, and Khandesh. Bombay BAEO = Boletin de la Asociacion Espaola de Orientalistas (Madrid). 1 () - 35 () BAFS = Bulletin annuel de la fondation suisse (Universit de Paris: Cit Universitaire. The forms are: 1. "Semantics" in the Sanskrit tradition "on the eve of colonialism" Jan E. This volume of the Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies is devoted to the Philosophy of the Grammarians. The Vākyapadīya of Bhartṛhari (5th c. sitarama sastry: oriental library: a catalogue of english book with ori: university of mysore.
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Bhartṛhari. Vākyapadīya of Bhartṛhari. Poona [Deccan College, Postgraduate and Research Institute] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Bhartṛhari.; K A Subramania Iyer. Vākyapadīya: A Treatise on the Philosophy of Sanskrit Grammar by Bhartṛhari, with a Commentary by Helārāja by Bhartṛhari.
Bhartṛhari’s Vākyapadīya: grammar and metaphysics At the end of January Dr Vincenzo Vergiani travelled from Cambridge to London to share his expertise with a Sanskrit Reading Room packed with vyākaraṇa – Sanskrit grammar – enthusiasts.
Word index to the Vākyapadīya of Bhartr̥hari, together with the complete text of the Vākyapadīya. Delhi, India: Eastern Book Linkers, (OCoLC) The Vākyapadīya of Bhartṛhari (5th c. CE), a treatise in three books (kāṇḍas) on the philosophy of language, belonging to the Pāṇinian school of grammar.
Bhartrhari: Vakyapadiya Input by Yves Ramseier PLAIN TEXT VERSION. THIS GRETIL TEXT FILE IS FOR REFERENCE PURPOSES ONLY. Preceding articles of this series have been published in the following periodicals and books: Bulletin d’Études Indiennes 6 (), – (no.
1: “L’auteur et la date de la Vṛtti”); Studien zur Indologie und Iranistik 15 (), – (no. 2: “Bhartṛhari and Mīmāṃsā”); Asiatische Studien/Études Asiatiques 15 Sep A reprint of the edition of the Vakyapadiya with Ambakartri by Pt. Raghunatha Sarma. The Vākyapadīya of Bhartṛhari (5th c. CE), a treatise in three books (kāṇḍas) on the philosophy of language, belonging to the Pāṇinian school of grammar.
for dealing with Bhartrhari and evidence from the Vakyapadiya in connection with these principles. Sphoṭa is an important concept in the Indian grammatical tradition of Vyakarana, relating to the problem of speech production, how the mind orders linguistic units into coherent discourse and meaning.
The theory of sphoṭa is associated with Bhartṛhari, an early figure in Indic linguistic theory, mentioned in the s by Chinese traveller Yi-Jing. Bhartṛhari is the author of the Vākyapadīya.
The work is divided into three books, the Brahma-kāṇḍa. ВП -Vākyapadīya of Bhartṛhari with the Commentaries Vṛtti and Paddhati, Kāṇḍa I. Critically edited by K.A. Subramaniya Iyer. Poona, ВП -Bhartṛhari's Vākyapadīya. the Vākyapadīya, on Sanskrit grammar and linguistic philosophy, a foundational text in the Indian grammatical tradition, explaining numerous theories on the word and on the sentence, including theories which came to be known under the name of Sphoṭa; in this work Bhartrhari also discussed logical problems such as the liar paradox and a paradox of unnameability or unsignfiability which has become known as Bhartrhari's paradox.
The Vākyapadīya of Bhartṛhari (5th c. CE), a treatise in three books (kāṇḍas) on the philosophy of language, belonging to the Pāṇinian school of grammar. The manuscript contains only the third book, without any commentary.
The Vākyapadīya of Bhartṛhari, Kāṇḍa II. Preceding articles of this series have been published in the following periodicals and books: Bulletin d’Études Indiennes 6 (), (no.
1: “L’auteur et la date de la Vṛtti”); Studien zur Indologie und Iranistik 15 (), भर्तृहरि - Bhartṛhari Books | Read Online | Download PDF for free | Review and Ratings of भर्तृहरि - Bhartṛhari's Books |.
Abstract. Although somewhat neglected in the scholarly debate, Vṛṣabhadeva’s commentary (known as Sphuṭākṣarā or Paddhati, possibly 8th c. CE) on Vākyapadīya ’s first chapter, offers a remarkable analysis of Bhartṛhari’s views on metaphysics and philosophy of language.
Vākyapadīya ’s first four kārikās deal with ontological issues, defining the key elements of Bhartṛhari. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Vākyapadīya Brahmakāṇḍa avec la Vṛtti, traduit par M.
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The Vākyapadīya of Bhartr̥hari, chapter iii, pt. ii / English translation, with exegetical notes, by K. Subramania Iyer Bhartr̥hari [ Book: ]. Bhartṛhari is the author of the Vākyapadīya ("[treatise] on words and sentences").
The work is divided into three books, the Brahma-kāṇḍa, (or Āgama-samuccaya "aggregation of traditions"), the Vākya-kāṇḍa, and the Pada-kāṇḍa (or Prakīrṇaka "miscellaneous").
Source: Brill: The Saṃbandha-Samuddeśa (Chapter on Relation). The Saṃbandha-Samuddeśa (Chapter on Relation) and Bhartṛhari's Philosophy of Language: A Study of Bhartṛhari Saṃbandha-Samuddeśa in the Context of the Vākyapadīya, with a Translation of Helārāja's Commentary Prakīrṇa-Prakāśa.
Jan E. Houben - - E. Forsten. It consists of seven books of metaphysics viz., Dhammasamangani, Vibhnga, Kathvattu, Puggalapannatti, Dhtukatha, Yamaka and Patthana Mahavibha was the commentary of Abhidhammapiaka which considered as a prama by Vaibhikas This was composed by the learned and venerated monk named Tissa Moggaliputta.My long-overdue study and annotated translation of the Sādhanasamuddeśa from the third book of the Vākyapadīya of Bhartṛhari, with the commentary of Helārāja, is now in its final stages of preparation.
In the past I have been one of the members of an international team working on the critical edition of the Kāśikā Vṛtti (7th c.The Vākyapadīya of Bhartṛhari With the Vṛtti, Chapter I, Poona The Vākyapadīya. Critical Text of Cantos I and II with English Transla-tion, Summary of Ideas and Notes.