Proceedings

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Includes a later edition of the Proceedings of the 1st congress: Comprenant le sommaire des travaux de la première peŕiode et les mémoires in extenso de la seconde période.
 

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الصفحة 177 - With this small and solitary exception the book is in every one's hands, from the court to the cottage, and is read, or heard, and appreciated alike by every class of the Hindu community, whether high or low, rich or poor, young or old.
الصفحة 185 - Tulasidasa wove wreaths of imperishable fragrance, and humbly laid them at the feet of the god whom he adored. One other point I would urge, which has, I believe, escaped the notice of even native students of our author. He is perhaps the only great Indian poet who took his similes •direct from the book of Nature and not from his predecessors.
الصفحة 100 - Und ihr sollt das fünfzigste Jahr heiligen, und sollt es ein »Erlaßjahr heißen im Lande, Allen, die darinnen wohnen; denn es ist euer Halljahr, da soll ein Jeglicher bei euch wieder zu seiner Habe und zu seinem Geschlecht kommen.
الصفحة 177 - It has been interwoven into the life, character, and speech of the Hindu population for more than three hundred years, and is not only Joved and admired by them for its poetic beauty, but is reverenced by them as their scriptures.
الصفحة 57 - India known to students. l would now urge the necessity there is of making a systematic attempt at finding out what are the actual languages spoken at the present day throughout India, and what relics there are of their past history. Firstly, the actual state of affairs at the present day. We have the Neo-Aryan languages of India at present roughly classified into...
الصفحة 184 - Kdbitdbali throughout the description of the burning of Lanka. We can hear the crackling of the flames and the crash of the falling houses, the turmoil and confusion amongst the men, and the cries of the helpless women as they shriek for water.
الصفحة 176 - ... devoted to each personage, who is panegyrized with reference to his most salient characteristics in a style that might be described as of unparalleled obscurity, were it not that each such separate portion of the text is followed by a tika, or gloss, written by one Priya Das in the Sambat year 1769 (1713 AD) in which confusion is still worse confounded by a series of the most disjointed and inexplicit allusions to different legendary events in the saint's life.
الصفحة 185 - My intellect is beggarly, while my ambition is imperial. May good people all pardon my presumption and listen to my childish babbling as a father and mother delight to hear the lisping prattle of their little one.
الصفحة 58 - The literary or Government language of any tract is widely different from the language actually spoken by the people. In some cases, this is only a question of dialect, but in others, the polite language learned by...
الصفحة 74 - present is a suitable time for the commencement of this most ' important work, as just now there happens to be in India ' a number of Scholars, who have made the Vernaculars of that ' country their special study. Tho search for Vernacular MSS. • could be conveniently united with that of Sanskrit ones now being ' conducted by Officers of Government, who might be requested ' to spend a fixed proportion of their funds on Vernacular MSS. ' The survey of the Vernaculars, as they exist at present, could...

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