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ANCIENT INDIAN TRADITION CONTENTS
AND MYTHOLOGY HINDUISM AND ITS SOURCES (Vedic Literature-Tradition and 1
Mythology, Social and Religious Laws: Texts, Translations
Mahapuranas (100 Vols. Approx.) and Studies)
Translated into English PHILOSOPHY
(A) INDIAN (Saddarsanani-The six systems: Texts, Translations, 13
ISBN 978-81-208-0289-6
and Studies (i) Sankhya (ii) Yoga (iii) Nyaya (iv) Vaisesika
General Editor : G.C. Tripathi (v) Mimamsa (vi) Vedanta (including all schools like Advaita,
Founding Eds. Late J.L. Shastri and Late G.P. Bhatt Visistadvaita, etc.)
English translation of Puranas planned in a hundred volume (B) MODERN 21
series, of which 74 volumes have appeared so far. Translation BHAGAVAD GITA 28
of each Purana is accompanied by a critical introduction, YOGA(Texts, Translations, Studies, Modern Works on 29
general index and footnotes Practical Yoga, Meditation and Mysticism)
TANTRA(Texts, Translations and Studies) 35
Demy octavo, 300 to 400 pages per volume Each Volume 750
(cloth bound with plastic cover) BUDDHISM: Philosophy and Religion of All Schools
(Text, Translations & Studies) 39
PUBLISHED VOLUMES JAINISM (All Sects: Texts, Translation and Studies) 54
Vols. 1-4
SIVA PURANA Tr. J.L. Shastri RELIGION AND ETHICS (Including Lives and Teachings of Saints) 59
Vols. 5-6
LINGA PURANA Tr. J.L. Shastri ART, ARCHITECTURE, ANTIQUITIES 63
Vols. 7-11
BHAGAVATA PURANA Tr. G.V. Tagare EPIGRAPHY, PALAEOGRAPHY, NUMISMATICS 66
Vols. 12-14
GARUDA PURANA Tr. J.L. Shastri HISTORY AND CULTURE 66
Vols. 15-19
NARADA PURANA Tr. G.V. Tagare POLITY, ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY 71
Vols. 20-21
KURMA PURANA Tr. G.V. Tagare LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS (Sanskrit, Pali, Prakrit, and 73
Vols. 22-26
BRAHMANDA PURANA Tr. G.V. Tagare other Indian Languages: Grammar, Philology,
Vols. 27-30
AGNI PURANA Tr. N. Gangadharan Phonetics, Semantics, Philosophy of Grammar)
Vols. 31-32
VARAHA PURANA Tr. S. Venkitasubramonia Iyer REFERENCE WORKS (Dictionaries, Concordance, 78
Vols. 33-36
BRAHMA PURANA Tr. J.L. Shastri Encyclopaedia, Indexes)
Vols. 37-38
VAYU PURANA Tr. G.V. Tagare LITERATURE (Sanskrit, Prakrit and other Literatures: Creative 79
Writings, Treatises on Poetics, Prosody and Dramaturgy,
Vols. 39-48
PADMA PURANA Tr. N.A. Deshpande
Texts, Translations and Studies)
Vols. 49-71
SKANDA PURANA Ed. G.P. Bhatt,
HISTORY OF LITERATURE AND CRITICISM 85
Tr. & Annot Shridhar Balooni & Pratosh Panda
MUSIC AND DANCE 86
Vols. 72-73 VAMANA PURANA Tr. & Annot. R.S. Shiva Ganesha Murthy
ASTROLOGY, ASTRONOMY, PALMISTRY, MATHEMATICS 90
Vols. 74-76 GANESA PURANA Tr. & Annot. Greg Bailey
and other Positive Sciences
PURANAS UNDER PREPARATION PSYCHOLOGY 93
l Brahma-Vaivarta Purana (Vol. 77-82 AITM) ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE: Ayurveda, Homoeopathy & 94
l Vishnu Purana l Bhavisya Purana l Matsya Purana Other Healing Sciences
l Devi Bhagavata Purana l Kalika Purana SANSKRIT AND HINDI TITLES 102
l Markandeya Purana l Visnudharmottara Purana

SACRED BOOKS OF THE EAST
(50 Volumes)
Ed. F. Max-Müller

ISBN: 978-81-208-0101-1 (Set) 20000 ( 400 Each Vol.)

These volumes of the Sacred Books of the East series include translations of all the most important
works of the seven non-Christian religions that have exercised a profound influence on the
civilisations of the continent of Asia. The Vedic Brahmanic system claims 21 volumes, Buddhism
10, and Jainism 2; 8 volumes comprise Sacred Books of the Parsees; 2 volumes represent Islam;
and 6 the two main indigenous systems of China. Translated by twenty leading authorities
in their respective fields, the volumes have been edited by the late F. Max Müller. The inception,
publication and the compilation of these books cover 34 years.

BUDDHISM
Vol. 49: Buddhist Mahayana Texts (2 Parts)
Vol. 11: Buddhist Suttas
Vol. 10: The Dhammapada and Sutta Nipata
Vols. 35 & 36: The Questions of King Milinda (2 Parts)
Vol. 21: The Saddharma Pundarika or the Lotus of the True Law
Vols. 13, 17 & 20: Vinaya Texts (3 Parts)
CHINESE
Vols. 3, 16, 27, 28, 39 & 40: The Sacred Books of China (6 Parts)
Vol. 19: The Fo-Sho-Hing-Tsan-King
ISLAM
Vols. 6 & 9: The Qur'an (2 Parts)
JAINISM
Vols. 22 & 45: The Jaina Sutras (2 Parts)
PARSIS
Vols. 5, 18, 24, 37 & 47: Pahlavi Texts (5 Parts)
Vols. 4, 23 & 31: The Zend-Avesta (3 Parts)
Vol. 50: A General Index to the Names and Subject-matter of the
Sacred Books of the East
VEDIC-BRAHMANIC SYSTEM
Vol. 8: The Bhagavadgita with the Sanatsujatiya and the Anugita
Vols. 29 & 30: The Grihya-Sutras: Rules of Vedic Domestic
Ceremonies (2 Parts)
Vol. 42: Hymns of the Atharva Veda together with Extracts
from the Ritual Books and the Commentaries
Vol. 7: The Institutes of Vishnu
Vol. 25: The Laws of Manu
Vol. 33: The Minor Law Books
Vols. 2 & 14: The Sacred Laws of the Aryas as Taught in the Schools of
Apastamba, Gautama, Vasishtha and Baudhayana (2 Parts)
Vols. 12, 26, 41, 43 & 44: The Satapatha Brahmana According to the
Text of the Madhyandina School (5 Parts)
Vols. 1 & 15: The Upanishads (2 Parts)
Vols. 34 & 38: The Vedanta Sutras (2 Parts)
Vol. 48: The Vedanta-Sutras (with the commentary by Ramanuja)
Vols. 32 & 46: Vedic Hymns (2 Parts)

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Mksa esa) 332 ¬Êß•-‚ŒŒ˜Ô-◊„UááÊÊflÊ (‚Áfl◊‡Ê¸ “œ˝flÈ Áfl‹ÊÁ‚ŸË” Á„UãŒË √ÿÊÅÿÊ) (◊Í‹ fl Á„UãŒË ≈UË∑§Ê) (A Comprehensive 395 [2345-7] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) Áfl‡flŸÊÕ ¤ÊÊ 195 [2346-4] (•Á¡ÀŒ) (•Êà◊Ÿ ¬Œ-¬⁄US◊Ò¬Œ-∑ΧŒãà 65 [2617-5] (¬˝Õ◊ ∑§Êá«U) Prakrit Hindi Dictionary) (øÃÈÕ¸ ÷ʪ % ∑ΧŒãà ¬˝∑§⁄UáÊ) ∑Χàÿ¬˝∑§⁄UáÊ ‚Á„UÃ.k&fl¼kUrdkSeqnh&Hkêðksft& Áfl⁄UÁøà (¬˝Õ◊ ŸflÊÁ±∑§) ⁄UÊ◊ªÊÁfl㌠‡ÊÈÄ‹ 305 flÒÁŒ∑§ √ÿÊ∑§⁄UáÊ nhf{krfojfpr (lfoe'kZ fgUnh) O.com 120 .mlbd. √ÿÊ∑§⁄UáÊ-¬˝flÁ‡Ê∑§Ê) ŒËÁˇÊÃÁfl⁄UÁøà (ŒÊ ÷ʪÊ¥ ◊¥) (‚¢S∑ΧÃ) øÊM§Œfl ‡ÊÊSòÊË ⁄UÊ◊’Ê‹∑§ ‡ÊÊSòÊË •ÊÒ⁄U ÁªÁ⁄U¡Ê¬˝‚ÊŒ ‡Ê◊ʸ ‚÷ʬÁà ‡Ê◊ʸ (F/C) Á„UãŒË •ŸÈflÊŒ (¬˝Õ◊ πá«U % ∑§Ê⁄U∑§ fl ‚◊Ê‚) Áfl‡flŸÊÕ ‡ÊÊSòÊË (F/C) 95 [2518-5] 323 ‚¢S∑Χà √ÿÊ∑§⁄UáÊ ∑§Ê ©UŒ÷ Ô˜ fl •ÊÒ⁄U Áfl∑§Ê‚ 75 [2427-0] 310 flÒÿÊ∑§⁄UáÊ-Á‚hʢà ∑§ÊÒ◊ÈŒË-¬˝ÿÊª‚ÍøË (ÁmÃËÿ πá«U % ∑Χà fl ÃÁmÃ) ‚àÿ∑§Ê◊ fl◊ʸ (F/C) (Á‚hʢà ∑§ÊÒ◊ÈŒË Áfl◊‹Ê‹Ê∑§) (F/C) 303 ‹ÉÊÈÁ‚hÊ¢Ã∑§ÊÒ◊ŒÈ Ë-fl⁄UŒ⁄UÊ¡ÊøÊÿ¸ Áfl⁄UÁøà ¡ªŒË‡Ê øãº˝ ‡ÊÊSòÊË (ÃÎÃËÿ πá« %U ÁëUãÃ) 324 ‚¢S∑Χà √ÿÊ∑§⁄UáÊ ¬˝flÁ‡Ê∑§Ê (‚¢ôÊÊ-‚¢Áœ-‚◊Ê‚ ¬˝∑§⁄UáÊ) (‚Áfl◊‡Ê¸ (F/C) (ÁmÃËÿ πá«U) [2584-0] 395 •ŸÈ0 ∑§Á¬‹Œfl ÁmflŒË “œ˝Èfl Áfl‹ÊÁ‚ŸË” Á„UãŒË √ÿÊÅÿÊ ‚Á„UÃ) 1. (iwoZÑnUrizdj.oa ⁄UÊ◊‹ÊøŸ ‡ÊÊSòÊË 329 ‚Ê◊ ‚¢S∑Χà √ÿÊ∑§⁄UáÊ 7 [2690-8] ‡Ê¢∑§⁄UŒûÊ ‡ÊÊSòÊË ● flÒÿÊ∑§⁄UáÊ Á‚hÊ¢Ã∑§ÊÒ◊ÈŒË (4 Hkkxksa esa) frMUrs Hkw&. ¬Á⁄U÷Ê·Ê.k[. 70 (‚Á¡ÀŒ) ÷^ÔUÊÁ¡ŒËÁˇÊà Áfl⁄UÁøà (‚¢S∑ΧÃ) 10 [2637-3] (øÃÈÕ¸ πá«U) 60 (•Á¡ÀŒ) (rf}r ewRoFkhZ.kfn) 245 [2344-0] (•Á¡ÀŒ) 316 flÒÿÊ∑§⁄UáÊ-Á‚hÊ¢Ã∑§ÊÒ◊ÈŒË- (ÃÎÃËÿ ÷ʪ % •‹¢∑§Ê⁄U ¬˝∑§⁄UáÊ) ÷^ÔUÊÁ¡-ŒËÁˇÊà Áfl⁄UÁøà 331 •◊⁄U∑§Ê‡Ê (3 [k. izdj.oa Hkk"kkfoKku lanHkZ xzUFk ● ‹ÉÊÈÁ‚hÊ¢Ã∑§ÊÒ◊ÈŒË-fl⁄UŒ⁄UÊ¡¬˝áÊËà 309 flÒÿÊ∑§⁄UáÊ-Á‚hÊ¢Ã∑§ÊÒ◊ÈŒË ÷^ÔUÊÁ¡. 319 √ÿÊ∑§⁄UáÊ-◊„UÊ÷Êcÿ-÷ªflà¬ÃÜ¡Á‹ 1.oa laKk foospue~) •ŸÈ0 ∞fl¢ √ÿÊ0 øÊM§Œfl ‡ÊÊSòÊË 327 Á‚hÊ¢Ã∑§ÊÒ◊ÈŒË-¬˝ÿÊª ‚ÍøË ‚àÿfl˝Ã ‡ÊÊSòÊË O.kh bR.ke~ .k) (Á„UãŒË •ŸÈflÊŒ fl Áflfl⁄UáÊ) (F/C) ◊Í‹ ‹0 •ÊÕ¸⁄U ∞ãÕÊŸË ◊Ò∑§«UÊŸ‹.kñ lñ jkefoykl pkSèkjh 775 [2350-1] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) (SòÊˬ˝àÿÿÊãà ÷ʪ) (F/C) [2124-8] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) 125 [2751-6] 275 [2351-8] (•Á¡ÀŒ) √ÿÊ0 Á¡ÃÁãº˝ÿÊøÊÿ¸ (F/C) [2125-5](•Á¡ÀŒ) ● flÒÿÊ∑§⁄UáÊ-Á‚hÊ¢Ã∑§ÊÒ◊ÈŒË üÊË÷^ÔUÊÁ¡.75 (ÃÎÃËÿ πá«U) [2638-0] (øÃÈÕ¸ πá«U % SòÊË ¬˝àÿ. ‚È’ãà fl •√ÿÿ) 325 [2336-5] (In Press) ⁄UÊ◊Áfl‹Ê‚ øÊÒœ⁄UË 325 ‚¢S∑Χà √ÿÊ∑§⁄UáÊ ‚ÊÒ⁄U÷ 311 flÒÿÊ∑§⁄UáÊ-Á‚hÊ¢Ã∑§ÊÒ◊ŒÈ Ë ÷^ÔUÊÁ ¡-ŒËÁˇÊà 195 125 [2583-3] (In Press) Áfl⁄UÁøà (∑§Ê⁄U∑§ ¬˝∑§⁄UáÊ) (Á„UãŒË √ÿÊÅÿÊ) (¬¢ø◊ πá«U % Á‡ÊˇÊÊ.50 [2629-8] ¡ªŒË‡Ê‹Ê‹ ‡ÊÊSòÊË •ÊÒ⁄U ◊œÈ’Ê‹Ê ‡Ê◊ʸ (F/C) (¬˝Õ◊ πá«U) 145 [2349-5] 307 √ÿÊ∑§⁄UáÊ ÷Í·áÊ‚Ê⁄U 95 [2352-5] 15 [2636-6] (ÁmÃËÿ πá«U) ¬˝÷Ê∑§⁄U Á◊üÊ 314 flÒÿÊ∑§⁄UáÊ Á‚hÊãÃ∑§ÊÒ◊ÈŒË 320 ‡ÊéŒãŒÈ‚ÈœÊ (F/C) (ÃÎÃËÿ πá«U). ‚¢Á„UÃÊ fl Á‹X) ŸÊ⁄UÊÿáÊ ŒûÊ ∞fl¢ ¬˝∑§Ê‡Êøãº˝ ‡ÊÊSòÊË 304 flÊÇ√ÿfl„UÊ⁄UÊŒ‡Ê¸ (◊Í‹ ‚¢S∑ΧÃ) üÊËœ⁄Uʟ㌠ÁÉÊÁÀ«UÿÊ‹ 195 [2533-8] 20 [2646-5] øÊM§Œfl ‡ÊÊSòÊË 95 [2148-4] ● √ÿÊ∑§⁄UáÊ-◊„UÊ÷Êcÿ-÷ªflà¬ÃÜ¡Á‹ 326 Á‚hÊ¢Ã∑§ÊÒ◊ÈŒË-¬˝ÿÊª Ãûfl¬˝∑§Ê‡Ê 50 [2681-6] (Sfl⁄UflÒÁŒ∑§ ¬˝‡ŸÊûÊ⁄UË) 312 oS.Mksa esa) 322 ‚¢S∑Χà ⁄UøŸÊŸÈflÊŒ øÁãº˝∑§Ê (¬ÊÁáÊŸËÿ.oa /zoq dqekjh pkS/jh ◊ŒŸ ¬˝‚ÊŒ 545 [2341-9] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) 315 flÒÿÊ∑§⁄UáÊ-Á‚hÊ¢Ã∑§ÊÒ◊ÈŒË 15 [2925-1] 195 [2879-7] 245 [2342-6] (•Á¡ÀŒ) (SòÊË ¬˝àÿÿ) (ÁmÃËÿ ÷ʪ % ‚◊Ê‚ ¬˝∑§⁄UáÊ) üÊË⁄UÊ◊∑§⁄áÊ ‡Ê◊ʸ ∞fl¢ ⁄UÊ◊Áfl‹Ê‚ øÊÒœ⁄UË lanHkZxzUFk 695 [2343-3] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) 95 [2585-7] (dks'k] fo'odks'k] vuqØe. ‚¢ôÊÊÁflfløŸ◊˜Ô) 115 [2618-2] (ÁmÃËÿ ∑§Êá«U) „U⁄UªÊÁfl㌠≈UË0 ‚∆U 395 [2347-1] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) √ÿÊ0 ∞fl¢ ‚¢0 ⁄UÊ◊Áfl‹Ê‚ øÊÒœ⁄UË 55 [2619-9] (ÃÎÃËÿ∑§Êá«U) (F/C) [0239-1] 225 [2348-8] (•Á¡ÀŒ) 75 [2647-2] 515 [2620-5] (‚¢¬Íáʸ) 119 www.Ê∑§j.Mksa esa) øÊM§Œfl ‡ÊÊSòÊË ⁄UÊ◊ªÊÁfl㌠‡ÊÈÄ‹ 2.com mlbd@mlbd.k .k] vuqokn] 330 Á„UãŒË ÁªÁ⁄Uœ⁄U ‡Ê◊ʸ ∞fl¢ ¬⁄U◊‡fl⁄Uʟ㌠‡Ê◊ʸ okP.kdj./&/krq&foospue~) (‚Áfl◊‡Ê¸ œ˝ÈflÁfl‹ÊÁ‚ŸË Á„ãŒË √ÿÊÅÿÊU) 321 laLd`r Kku fuf/ 10 [2639-7] (’Ê‹◊ŸÊ⁄U◊Ê-Ãûfl’ÊÁœŸË ≈UË∑§Ê) √ÿÊ0 ∞fl¢ ‚¢0 ⁄UÊ◊Áfl‹Ê‚ øÊÒœ⁄UË O. 317 √ÿÊ∑§⁄UáÊ øãŒÊŒÿ (5 [k. Hkk"kk .ifjorZu] NUn 'kCndks"k ⁄UÊc≈U˛÷Ê·Ê.00 306 flÒÿÊ∑§⁄UáÊ ÷Í·áÊ‚Ê⁄U øÁãº˝∑§Ê ŒËÁˇÊà Áfl⁄UÁøà (‚◊Ê‚ ¬˝∑§⁄UáÊ) Áfl⁄UÁøà (¬˝âÊ◊ •Áq∑§òÊÿ) 328 Á‚hʢà ∑§ÊÒ◊ÈŒË Ãàfl¬˝∑§Ê‡Ê- „UÁ⁄U‡Ê¢∑§⁄U ‡Ê◊ʸ (Á„UãŒË √ÿÊÅÿÊ fl •ŸÈflÊŒ) (‚¢S∑ΧÃ-Á„UãŒË •ŸÈflÊŒ fl √ÿÊÅÿÊ) ‚ÊsûÊ⁄UÊ ¬˝‡ŸÊfl‹Ë (4 [k. ⁄UÊÖÿ ÷Ê·Ê •ÊÒ⁄U ‚¢¬∑¸§ ÷Ê·Ê 35 [2353-2] (¬˝Õ◊ ÷ʪ % ∑§Ê⁄U∑§ ¬˝∑§⁄UáÊ) jkefoykl pkS/jh .

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oa fnus'k izlkn flag (◊Í‹ ‚¢S∑Χà Á„UãŒË •ŸÈflÊŒ) (‚¢S∑ΧÃ-Á„UãŒË √ÿÊÅÿÊ) (13-14 ‚ª¸) 275 [2658-8] 45 [2896-4] √ÿÊ0 ⁄UÊ◊Áfl‹Ê‚ ÁòʬÊ∆UË ¡ŸÊŒ¸Ÿ ‡ÊÊSòÊË ¬Êá«Uÿ (F/C) 416 åÿÊ‚ ’ÊŒ‹ (©U¬ãÿÊ‚) 427 ◊äÿ◊√ÿÊÿÊª-÷Ê‚Áfl⁄UÁøà ŸÊ≈U∑§ 5 444 Áflm‡ÊÊ‹ ÷ÁT∑§Ê ŸÊÁ≈U∑§Ê- ⁄U¡ŸË ¬ÁŸ∑§⁄U (‚¢S∑ΧÃ-Á„UãŒË •ŸÈflÊŒ fl √ÿÊÅÿÊ) 437 ⁄UÉÊÈfl¢‡Ê◊„UÊ∑§Ê√ÿ ∑§ÊÁ‹ŒÊ‚ Áfl⁄UÁøà ⁄UÊ¡‡Êπ⁄U Áfl⁄UÁøà 95 [2520-8] ◊Ê„UŸŒfl ¬¢Ã (19 lxks± esa) ‚¢0 ¡ŸÊŒ¸Ÿ ‡ÊÊSòÊË ¬Êá«ÿ 417 ’Ê‹øÁ⁄UÃ◊˜Ô ŸÊ≈U∑§◊˜Ô-÷Ê‚ Áfl⁄UÁøà 75 [2403-4] (‚¢S∑ΧÃ-Á„UãŒË •ŸÈflÊŒ ‚Á„UÃ) (F/C) [3084-4] ∑§◊‹‡Ê ŒûÊ ÁòʬÊ∆UË 428 ◊„UʇflÃÊflÎÃÊãÃ-’ÊáÊ÷^ÔU∑Χà ‚¢0 fl •ŸÈ0 œÊ⁄UÊŒûÊ Á◊üÊ 445 flÎûÊ⁄UàŸÊ∑§⁄U-÷^ÔU∑§ŒÊ⁄UÁfl⁄UÁøà 5 [2579-6] (Á„UãŒË •ŸÈflÊŒ fl ≈UË∑§Ê) 40 (¬˝Õ◊ ‚ª¸) [2560-4] (‚¢S∑ΧÃ-Á„UãŒË •ŸÈflÊŒ) 418 ’Ê‹ÁŸ’ãœÊŒ‡Ê¸ ◊Ê„UŸŒfl ¬¢Ã.mlbd.com 126 . Á„UãŒË ≈UË∑§Ê.Ms.dkyhu fgUnh dkO. •ŸÈ0 „UÁ⁄U‡Êøãº˝ ÁfllÊ‹¢∑§Ê⁄U 25 (ÁmÃËÿ ‚ª¸) [2561-1] œ⁄Uʟ㌠‡ÊÊSòÊË Áfl‡flŸÊÕ ‡ÊÊSòÊË 15 [2539-0] 2.50 [3073-8] 429 ◊Ê‹Áfl∑§ÊÁª˝Á◊òÊ-∑§ÊÁ‹ŒÊ‚ Áfl⁄UÁøà 14 (øÃÈÕ ‚ª¸) [3070-7] 446 fláÊË‚¢„UÊ⁄UŸÊ≈U∑§◊˜Ô-÷^ÔUŸÊ⁄UÊÿáÊ ¬˝áÊËà 419 ÷Á^ÔU∑§Ê√ÿ◊˜Ô-÷Á^ÔUÁfl⁄UÁøà (◊Í‹ ‚¢S∑ΧÃ-√ÿÊÅÿÊ. ‡‹Ê∑§-‚ÍøË •ÊÒ⁄U ÁflSÃÎà 6 (cÊDÔU fl ‚#◊ ‚ª¸) ‚¢0 fl •ŸÈ0 ⁄UÊ◊‡Ê¢∑§⁄U ÁòʬÊ∆UË 195 [2310-5] (In Press) √ÿÊ0 ⁄UÊ◊•flœ ¬Êá«Uÿ •Ê‹ÊøŸÊà◊∑§ ÷ÍÁ◊∑§Ê ‚Á„UÃ) 24 (•·CÔU fl Œ‡Ê◊ ‚ª¸) (F/C) (1-4 ‚ª¸) ‚¢‚Ê⁄Uøãº˝ fl ◊Ê„UŸŒfl ¬¢Ã 40 (11-12 ‚ª¸) 447 flÒÁŒ∑§ ‚ÊÁ„Uàÿ ∑§Ê 420 ÷Á^ÔU∑§Ê√ÿ◊˜Ô-÷Á^ÔUÁfl⁄UÁøà (F/C) 40 (11-19 ‚ª¸) [3083-7] ‚◊Ê‹ÊøŸÊà◊∑§ ßÁÄUÊ‚ (Á„UãŒË √ÿÊÅÿÊ) 430 ◊Îë¿U∑§Á≈U∑§◊-‡ÊÍŒ∑§ ¬˝áÊËà ⁄UÊ◊Áfl‹Ê‚ øÊÒœ⁄UË 995 [2395-2](‚)(‚ê¬Íáʸ) √ÿÊ0 ⁄UÊ◊•flœ ¬Êá«Uÿ (‚¢S∑ΧÃ-Á„UãŒË •ŸÈflÊŒ fl √ÿÊÅÿÊ) 695 [2396-9] (•) 45 7 [2599-4] (5-8 ‚ª¸) ⁄UÊ◊‡Ê¢∑§⁄U ÁòʬÊ∆UË (In Press) 448 'kfDrfot.Mqjî a õ ijc ‚¢‚Ê⁄Uøãº˝ fl ◊Ê„UŸŒfl ¬¢Ã 440 ⁄U‚ªXÔUÊœ⁄U-¡ªÛÊÊÕ¬Áá«UÃ⁄UÊ¡ 450 Á‡Ê‡ÊȬʋflœ◊„UÊ∑§Ê√ÿ-◊ÊÉÊ ¬˝áÊËà 495 [2459-1] (lftYn) 145 [2357-0] Áfl⁄UÁøà •ÊÒ⁄U ŸÊª‡Ê ÷^ÔU∑Χà ≈UË∑§Ê (4 lxks± esa) √ÿÊ0 ◊ÕÈ⁄UÊŸÊÕ ‡ÊÊSòÊË (‚¢S∑ΧÃ-Á„UãŒË √ÿÊÅÿÊ) 250 [2460-7] (vftYn) 433 ◊ÉÊŒÍ× ∞∑§ •ŸÈÁøãß 800 [2472-0] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) ¡ŸÊº¸Ÿ ‡ÊÊSòÊË ¬Êá«Uÿ 424 èÊÊ⁄Uà ∑§Ê ¬˝ÊøËŸ ŸÊ≈U∑§ üÊË ⁄¢U¡Ÿ ‚ÍÁ⁄UŒfl 75 (¬˝Õ◊ ‚ª¸) [2567-3] 600 [2473-7] (•Á¡ÀŒ) (Áfl‡fl ‚Á„Uàÿ •ÊÒ⁄U ÁÕ∞≈U⁄U 45 [2848-3] 60 (ÁmÃËÿ ‚ª¸) [2568-0] ∑§ Á‹∞ ◊ÍÀÿÊ¥ ∑§Ê •äÿÿŸ) 434 ⁄UÉÊÈfl¢‡Ê ◊„UÊ∑§Ê√ÿ◊˜Ô (13 ‚ª¸) 441 ⁄UÊ◊ÊèÿÈŒÿÿÊòÊÊ 30 (ÃÎÃËÿ ‚ª¸—) [3068-4] „UŸ⁄UË «Ué‹Í flÀ‚. lkfgR. 414 ¬˝ÁÃôÊÊÿÊҪ㜟Ê⁄UÊÿáÊ◊Ỗ 425 ÷Ê⁄UÃ-Áfl¡ÿ-ŸÊ≈U∑§◊˜Ô 435 ⁄UÉÊÈfl¢‡Ê ◊„UÊ∑§Ê√ÿ-∑§ÊÁ‹ŒÊ‚ Áfl⁄UÁøà 442 Áfl∑˝§◊Ê«˜U∑Ô §ŒfløÁ⁄UÃ◊˜-Ô Á’À„UáÊ Áfl⁄UÁøà ‚È·◊Ê ¬Êá«Uÿ ◊ÕÈ⁄UÊ ¬˝‚ÊŒ ŒËÁˇÊÃ.com mlbd@mlbd. (F/C) (¬¢ø◊ ‚ª¸) (‚¢S∑ΧÃ-Á„UãŒË •ŸÈflÊŒ) (Á„UãŒË √ÿÊÅÿÊ) •ãflÿ. flË⁄Uãº˝ ŸÊ⁄UÊÿáÊ ¡ŸÊŒ¸Ÿ ‡ÊÊSòÊË ¬Êá«ÿ ‡ÿÊ◊Êø⁄UáÊ ¬Êá«Uÿ 30 (øÃÈÕ¸ ‚ª¸—) [3069-1] 150 [2452-2] 16 [2562-8] 95 [2628-1] (F/C) (1&2 ‚ª¸—) [4018-8] 125 www.oh. ‚¢0 ∞fl¢ •ŸÈ0 ¡ŸÊŒ¸Ÿ ‡ÊÊSòÊË ¬Êá«Uÿ 439 ⁄UàŸÊfl‹ËŸÊÁ≈U∑§Ê-„U·¸ Áfl⁄UÁøà üÊË◊ŒÁê’∑§ÊŒûÊ√ÿÊ‚¬˝áÊËÃ◊— ª¢ªÊœ⁄U ‡ÊÊSòÊË ÃÒ¥‹ª 55 [2438-6] (‚¢S∑Χà ≈UË∑§Ê Á„UãŒË •ŸÈflÊŒ) ¬˝Õ◊Ê Áfl⁄UÊ◊ (1-4 ÁŸ‡flÊ‚) ⁄U◊ʇʢ∑§⁄U ÁòʬÊ∆Ë √ÿÊ0 Áfl¡ÿ‡Ê¢∑§⁄U øÊÒ’ 9 [2563-5] 432 ◊ÉÊŒÍÃ-∑§ÊÁ‹ŒÊ‚ Áfl⁄UÁøà 225 [2312-9] (F/C) 423 Hkkjre×tjh&{ksesUnzÑr (‚¢S∑ΧÃ-Á„UãŒË •ŸÈflÊŒ fl √ÿÊÅÿÊ) f'konÙk . 421 ÷⁄Uà •ÊÒ⁄U ÷Ê⁄UÃËÿ ŸÊ≈˜UÔÿ∑§‹Ê (‚¢S∑ΧÃ-Á„UãŒË •ŸÈflÊŒ fl √ÿÊÅÿÊ) 375 [2501-7] (•Á¡ÀŒ) 245 [3531-3] (lftYn) ‚È⁄Uãº˝ŸÊÕ ŒËÁˇÊà ’Ò¡ŸÊÕ ¬Êá«Uÿ 195 [3519-1] (vftYn) (F/C) [2248-1] 431 ◊ÉÊŒÍÃ◊-∑§ÊÁ‹ŒÊ‚ Áfl⁄UÁøà 135 [2383-9] 422 ÷Ê⁄Uà ∑§ÕÊ (Á„UãŒË √ÿÊÅÿÊ) 449 Á‡Êfl⁄UÊ¡Áfl¡ÿ◊„UÊ∑§Ê√ÿ◊˜Ô- √ÿÊ0 ¡ªÛÊÊÕ ‡ÊÊSòÊË ÃÒ¥‹ª.e~ (fgUnh vFkZ lfgr) 975 [2500-0] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) 438 ⁄UàŸÊfl‹ËŸÊÁ≈U∑§Ê-„U·¸∑Χà eFkqjknÙk ik. lkfgR. 436 ⁄UÉÊÈfl¢‡Ê ◊„UÊ∑§Ê√ÿ-∑§ÊÁ‹ŒÊ‚ Áfl⁄UÁøà 443 Áfl∑˝§◊Êfl¸‡ÊËÿ◊˜-Ô ∑§ÊÁ‹ŒÊ‚ Áfl⁄UÁøà ⁄U◊ʇʢ∑§⁄U ÁòʬÊ∆UË la.oa dk'khukFk ik. (‚¢S∑ΧÃ-Á„UãŒË √ÿÊÅÿÊ) (‚¢S∑ΧÃ-Á„UãŒË •ŸÈflÊŒ) 20 [2435-5] •ŸÈ0 •ÿÊäÿÊŸÊÕ ŒËÁˇÊà ¡ŸÊŒ¸Ÿ ‡ÊÊSòÊË ¬Êá«Uÿ ‚¢0 fl •ŸÈ0 ∑§◊‹‡ÊŒûÊ ÁòʬÊ∆UË 37 [3179-7] 415 ¬˝‚ÛÊ⁄UÊÉÊfl-¡ÿŒflÁfl⁄UÁøà 125 [2186-6] 9 (◊Í‹ ‚¢S∑ΧÃ-Á„UãŒË √ÿÊÅÿÊ) 426 eè.kk JhokLro .50 (ÃÎÃËÿ ‚ª¸) [2662-5] 155 [2678-6] (In Press) 1.

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oa Vhúihú f=kosnh 245 [2147-7] (•Á¡ÀŒ) ŒËflÊŸ ⁄UÊ◊øãº˝ ∑§¬Í⁄U 295 [2123-1] (•Á¡ÀŒ) 595 [3418-7] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) 570 »§Á‹Ã ÖÿÙÁ÷ ◊¥ ∑§Ê‹ø∑˝§ 545 [2137-8] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) 600 'k=kqat.f=kosnh 145 [2139-2] ● ◊È„ÍUøÁøãÃÊ◊ÁáÊ-⁄UÊ◊ÊøÊÿ¸ Áfl⁄UÁøà 589 ‹ÉÊȬÊ⁄UʇÊ⁄UË Á‚hʢà 495 [4003-4] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) (¬ËÿÍ·œÊ⁄UÊ Á„UãŒË ≈UË∑§Ê ‚Á„UÃ) 295 [4002-7] (•Á¡ÀŒ) 571 »§Á‹Ã◊Êøá«U (Á„UãŒË ≈UË∑§Ê) ∞‚0 ¡Ë0 πÙà ◊È∑ȧãŒflÀ‹÷ Á◊üÊ ∑§ŒÊ⁄UŒûÊ ¡Ù‡ÊË 645 [2135-4] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) 601 'kkjnk iznhi 595 [2490-4] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) 445 [2136-1] (•Á¡ÀŒ) Elevation of Education 195 [2141-5] Spiritual Remedies ● ’΄UÖ¡ÊÃ∑§◊˜ 395 [2491-1] (•Á¡ÀŒ) 590 okLrq&çcksf/uh e`nqyk f=kosnh . ‚¢0 flË0 ∞‚0 •ª˝flÊ‹. 695 [3492-7] (lftYn) 495 (lftYn) [3941-0] ∑Ò§‹Ê‡ÊŸÊÕ ©U¬ÊäÿÊÿ (F/C) [2772-1] •ŸÈ0 Áfl‡fl◊Ù„UŸ ÁÃflÊ⁄UË 395 [3493-4] (vftYn) 295 (vftYn) [3942-7] 395 [2173-6] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) 585 ⁄UʇÿÁ÷œÊŸ∑§À¬‹ÃÊ 195 [2174-3] (•Á¡ÀŒ) 567 iq=ksf"V fo/ku 576 esykid ehekalk (⁄UÊÁ‡Ê»§‹óŸÊ◊∑§⁄UáÊ ‚¢S∑§Ê⁄U ‚¢Á„UÃÊ) e`nqyk f=kosnh .oa Vhú ihú f=kosnh √ÿÊ0 ∑§ŒÊ⁄UŒûÊ ¡Ù‡ÊË fouksn 'kekZ . 295 [3419-4] (•Á¡ÀŒ) ŒËflÊŸ ⁄UÊ◊øãº˝ ∑§¬Í⁄U 345 [2138-5] (•Á¡ÀŒ) e`nqyk f=kosnh .oa Vh-ih.com 134 . xf.mlbd.Hkkolkj 450 [3234-3] 695 [3524-5] (vftYn) 200 [3975-5] 577 ◊¥òÊ Ikq"ik×tÇh 586 ‹ÇŸøãº˝-¬˝∑§Ê‡Ê 568 ¬˝‡Ÿ-øãº˝-¬˝∑§Ê‡Ê øãº˝ ŒûÊ ¬ãà 598 ‡ÊÁŸ ‡Ê◊Ÿ (2 Hkkxksa esa) øãº˝ŒûÊ ¬ãà e`nqyk f=kosnh .oa Vh-ih.f=kosnh (ÁmÃËÿ ‚¢‡ÊÙÁœÃ ∞fl¢ ¬Á⁄UflÁhà ‚¢S∑§⁄UáÊ) ● flÒÁŒ∑§ ªÁáÊà e`nqyk f=kosnh .kr] T.oa Vhú ihú f=kosnh 604 ‚ÁøòÊ ÖÿÙÁ÷ Á‡ÊˇÊÊ (10 [k.f=kosnh ⁄UÊ◊ŒËŸŒflôÊ∑Χà 900 [3635-8] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) 581 ◊È„ÍUø ◊Êûʸá«U 592 ÁflÁflœ ÿÙª-øãº˝ ¬˝∑§Ê‡Ê 500 [3636-5] (•Á¡ÀŒ) (Á„UãŒË √ÿÊÅÿÊ ‚Á„UÃ) øãº˝ŒûÊ ¬ãà √ÿÊ0 ◊È⁄U‹Ëœ⁄U øÃÈfl¸ŒË ∑§ŒÊ⁄UŒûÊ ¡Ù‡ÊË 25 [2251-1] 603 ·«Uflª¸»§‹ ¬˝∑§Ê‡Ê 595 ¬˝Õ◊ ÷ʪ [2217-7] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) 335 [2428-7] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) ◊È∑ȧãŒflÀ‹÷ Á◊üÊ 395 [2220-7] (•Á¡ÀŒ) 593 fookg foe'kZ 65 [2111-8] 235 [2429-4] (•Á¡ÀŒ) e`nqyk f=kosnh .ksfr"k xf.Mksa esa) 595 ÁmÃËÿ ÷ʪ [2218-4] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) 395 [2221-4] (•Á¡ÀŒ) 582 .oa Vh-ih.f=kosnh 594 flÒflÊÁ„U∑§ ‚Èπ— ÖÿÙÁ÷Ëÿ ‚¢Œ÷¸ ôÊÊŸ πá«U— 245 [2159-0] ( 573 ’΄UŒfl∑§„UU«UÊø∑˝§◊˜ (Á„UãŒË √ÿÊÅÿÊ) 1295 [3490-3] (lftYn lSV) ◊ÎŒÈ‹Ê ÁòÊflŒË ªÁáÊà πá«U— ¬˝Õ◊ ÷ʪ √ÿÊ0 ∑§ŒÊ⁄UŒûÊ ¡Ù‡ÊË 795 [3491-0] (vftYn lSV) 625 [2753-0] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) 950 [2160-6] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) 35 [2577-2] 325 [2754-7] (•Á¡ÀŒ) 550 [2161-3] (•Á¡ÀŒ) 133 www.f=kosnh e`nqyk f=kosnh .oa lhrkjke 'kekZ 495 [3801-7] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) 580 ◊È„ÍUøªáʬÁà 125 [3302-9] 595 [2117-0] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) 602 'kkjnk lqnhi ◊È⁄U‹Ëœ⁄U øÃÈfl¸ŒË 591 fl·¸ øãº˝-¬˝∑§Ê‡Ê Astro Calculus of 295 [2118-7] (•Á¡ÀŒ) 545 [2422-5] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) øãº˝ŒûÊ ¬ãà Education & Profession 572 ’΄gÒÒflôÊ⁄UÜ¡Ÿ◊˜ (2 ÷ʪÊ¥ ◊¥) 345 [2423-2] (•Á¡ÀŒ) (F/C) e`ny q k f=kosnh .com mlbd@mlbd. fpUrkef.f=kosnh ÷Ê⁄UÃË ∑ΧcáÊ ÃËÕ¸.kr (ejkBh laLdj.kr] T.oa Vhúihú f=kosnh ◊ÎŒÈ‹Ê ÁòÊflŒË 495 [2149-1] 500 (Hkkx 1) [3543-6] 145 [2140-8] 595 [3452-1] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) 587 ‹ÉÊȬÊ⁄UʇÊ⁄UË ∞fl¢ ◊äÿ¬Ê⁄UʇÊ⁄UË 300 (Hkkx 2) [3544-3] ● »§‹ŒËÁ¬∑§Ê-÷ÊflÊÕ¸’ÙœŸË 395 [3453-8] (•Á¡ÀŒ) ∑§ŒÊ⁄UŒûÊ ¡Ù‡ÊË 599 ‡ÊòÊȇÊ◊Ÿ ªÙ¬‡Ê ∑ȧ◊Ê⁄U •Ù¤ÊÊ 578 ◊¥òÊ&‚¥Œ‡Ê¸Ÿ 95 [2354-9] ◊ÎŒÈ‹Ê ÁòÊflŒË 495 [2146-0] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) 588 ‹ÉÊȬÊ⁄UʇÊ⁄UË ÷Êcÿ 495 [2122-4] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) e`nqyk f=kosnh .k) 1195 [3523-8] (lftYn) 95 [2510-9] vuqñ lanhi nÙkk=ks.oa Vh-ih.ksfr"k ● Œ‡ÊÊ»§‹ÁfløÊ⁄U 574 ÷Ê⁄UÃËÿ ‹ÇŸ ‚Ê⁄UáÊË 583 ⁄U◊‹¬˝‡ŸÙûÊ⁄UË 595 flÒflÊÁ„U∑§ Áfl‹ê’ ∑§ (‚¢ÁˇÊåà ªÙø⁄U»§‹ ÁfløÊ⁄U ‚Á„UÃ) ªÙ¬‡Ê ∑ȧ◊Ê⁄U •Ù¤ÊÊ (◊ÊÿÊflª¸ ¬˝‡ŸÙûÊ⁄UË ‚Á„UÃ) ÁflÁflœ •ÊÿÊ◊ ∞fl¢ ◊ãòÊ ¡ª¡ËflŸŒÊ‚ ªÈåà ŒËflÊŸ ⁄UÊ◊øãº˝ ∑§¬Í⁄U ◊ÎŒÈ‹Ê ÁòÊflŒË 85 [2499-7] 195 [2330-3] (In Press) 95 [2252-8] (In Press) 795 [2249-8] (‚Á¡ÀŒ) ÿ75 HkkX.Mksa esa) 425 [3556-2] ’Ë0 ∞‹0 ∆UÊ∑ȧ⁄U (In Press) e`nqyk f=kosnh .oa Vh-ih.oa Vh-ih. ysy]s lañ l-uk.oa Vhúihú f=kosnh ◊È∑ȧãŒflÀ‹÷ 597 oSfnd xf.k 395 [2250-4] (•Á¡ÀŒ) 566 iq=ksf"V vuq"Bku 584 ⁄UÊÁ‡Ê-ÖÿÙÁ÷ e`nqyk f=kosnh .ksx Ük`a[kyk (2 [k.

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