Sanskrit Prosody and Numerical Symbols Explained

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Trübner & Company, 1869 - 56 páginas
 

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Excellent book to understand sanskrit prosody.

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Sanskrit prosody and numerical symbols explained is an excellent resource for those who pursue a greater understanding of chhandas vedanga. There are few available publications to assist in the education of the prerequisites to vedic study, especially regarding metres. Anyone interested in the vedangas will find this book to be of some use until the text by Pingala is acquired. 

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