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Indian Wisdom

Indian Wisdom

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Published by Shanmugasundaram
Indian Wisdom
or
Examples of the
Religious, Philosophical, and Ethcial Doctrines of the Hindus.
by
Monier-Williams, M.A.
Indian Wisdom
or
Examples of the
Religious, Philosophical, and Ethcial Doctrines of the Hindus.
by
Monier-Williams, M.A.

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INDIAN
WISDOM
OR
EXAMPLES
OF
THE
RELIGIOUS,
PHILOSOPHICAL,
AND
ETHICAL
DOCTRINES
OF
THE
HINDUS:
WITHA
BRIEF
HISTORY
OF
THE
CHIEF
DEPARTMENTS
OF
SANSKRIT
LITERATURE,
AND
SOME
ACCOUNT
OF
THE
PAST
AND
PRESENT
CONDITION
OF
INDIA,
MORAL
AND
INTELLECTUAL.
BY
.
'
MONIEK
WILLIAMS.
M.
A.
It
BODEN
PROFESSOR
OF
SANSKRIT
IN
THE
UNIVERSITYOF
OXFORD.
SECOND
EDITION.
LONDON:
Wm.
H,
ALLEN
&
CO.,
13,
WATERLOO
PLACE,
S.W.
to
%
ittuht
Iffia.
1875,
 
OXFORD
E.
PICKARD
HALL
AND
J.
H.
STACY,
PRINTERSTO
THE
UNIVERSITY,
 
PREFACE
TO
THE
SECOND
EDITION.
npHE
increasing
interest
felt
in
India
and
Indian
litera-
4-
ture
has
led
to
such
a
demand
for
the
present
work,
that
it
was
found
necessary
to
begin
printing
a
second
edition
almost
immediately
after
the
issue
of
the
first.
I
have,
therefore,
been
unable
to
avail
myself
of
the
suggestions
contained
in
the
Eeviews
which
have
hitherto
appeared.
Nevertheless,a
few
unimportant
alterations
have
been
made
in
thepresent
edition
;
and
through
the
kindness
ofProfessor
W.
D.
Whitney,
who
lost
no
time
in
sending
me
some
valuable
notes,
I
havebeen
able
to
improve
thechapter
on
Astronomy
at
p.
1
80.
Being
on
the
eve
of
quitting
England
for
a
visit
to
the
principal
seats
of
learning
in
India,
I
have
for
obvious
reasonsdeferred
addressing
myself
to
the
fuller
treatment
of
thoseportions
of
Sanskrit
literature
of
which
I
have
merely
given
a
summary
in
Lecture
XV.
India,
with
all
its
immutability,
is
now
making
such
rapid
strides
in
education,
that
a
Professor
of
Sanskrit
at
Oxford,
if
he
is
to
keep
himself
up
to
the
level
of
advanc-
ing
knowledgeand
attainments,
ought
to
communicate
personally
with
some
of
those
remarkable
native
Pandits
whose
intellects
have
been
developed
at
our
great
Indian
Colleges
and
Universities,
and
who
owe
their
eminence
in
various
branches
of
learning
to
the
advantages
they
have
enjoyed
under
our
Government.
Inundertaking
so
long
a
journey
my
only
motives
are
asense
of
what
is
due
from
me
to
the
Boden
Chair,
a
desire
to
extend
my
sphere
of
work,
acravinga
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