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Pa?ini’s grammar is the oldest surviving grammar of Sanskrit, dating back to the fifth century BCE. In its completeness of coverage of linguistic elements and its theoretical and analytical sophistication, Pa?ini’s grammar is surprisingly modern. It has long provided inspiration for many ideas in modern linguistics, and continues to attract scholars’ attention in the fields of Sanskrit and linguistics.
Pa?inian Studies collects seventeen essays on Pa?inian linguistics in a single volume dedicated to Professor S. D. Joshi, a stalwart scholar of Pa?inian grammar. The contributors, all scholors of international acclaim and students and friends of Professor Joshi, include Ashok Aklujkar, Pandit V. B. Bhagwat, Saroja Bhate, Gopikamohan Bhattacharya, Johannes Bronkhorst, George Cardona, Achyutananda Dash, Madhav M. Deshpande, Peter Edwin Hook, Daniel H. H. Ingalls, V. N. Jha, Dinabandhu Kar, Paul Kiparsky, Bimal Krishna Matilal, G. B. Palsule, K. Kunjunni Raja, and J. A. F. Roodbergen. Taken together, their contributions encompass the wide range of interests and specializations within the field of Pa?inian studies.

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  1. Cover
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  1. Half Title Page
  2. p. i
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  1. Title Page
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  1. Copyright
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  1. Contents
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  1. Preface
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  1. Interpreting Vākyapadīya 2.486 Historically (Part 3)*
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  1. Viṃśati Padāni … Triṃśat … Catvāriṃśat
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  1. Vyañjanā As Reflected In The Formal Structure Of Language
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  1. On Paśya Mgo Dhāvati
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  1. Pāṇini And The Veda Reconsidered*
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  1. On Pāṇini, Śākalya, Vedic Dialects And Vedic Exegetical Traditions1
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  1. The Syntactic Role Of Adhi- In The Pāṅinian Kāraka-system *
  2. pp. 135-160
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  1. Pāṇini 7.2.15 (Yasya Vibhāṣā): A Reconsideration*
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  1. On Identifying The Conceptual Restructuring Of Passive As Ergative In Indo-aryan *
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  1. A Note On Panini 3.1.26, Varttika 8
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  1. On Ekārthlbhāva And Vyapekṣā
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  1. Parts Of Speech In Pāṇini
  2. pp. 231-238
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  1. Economy And The Construction Of The Śivasūtras
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  1. Bhavananda On "What Is Karaka?''
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  1. A Glimpse Into A Pee-pāṅinian View About Vikaranas
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  1. On The Interpretation Of Vā Pādantasya (8.4.57)
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  1. Time For A Little Something
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  1. Bibliography Of Shlvram Dattatray Joshl
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Additional Information

ISBN
9780472901692
Related ISBN
9780891480648
MARC Record
OCLC
1184507904
Launched on MUSE
2020-09-09
Language
English
Open Access
Yes
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