The backdrop of the Srikanthacarita and the Mankhakosa

by Dhrubajit Sarma | 2015 | 94,519 words

This page relates “Bibliography (journals & periodicals)” as it appears in the case study regarding the Srikanthacarita and the Mankhakosa. The Shrikanthacarita was composed by Mankhaka, sometimes during A.D. 1136-1142. The Mankhakosa or the Anekarthakosa is a kosa text of homonymous words, composed by the same author.

Bibliography (journals & periodicals)

Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, Poona, Vols. XIV, 1932-1933, XXIII, 1942, LVII, 1976

Anekārthakośa of Maṅkhaka, manuscripts no. 2535, Asiatic Society of Bengal, Calcutta

Descriptive Catalogue of the Govt. collections of Sanskrit manuscripts deposited at BORI, Poona, vol. XII, 1936

New Catalogus Catalogorum, V. Raghvan, vol. I, 1968

Summaries of Research Papers (Śodhālekha-saṃcayanikā), Sanskrit-sāhitya ko kaśmīr kā yogdān, Chief Editor: Sakuntala Malik, Parimal Publications, Delhi, 1st edition, 1996

Summaries of Papers, All India Oriental Conference, 47th Session, Chief Editors: Prof. Nalini Devi Misra &Prof. Mukta Biswas, Editors Prof. Manjula Devi & Dr. Kameshwar Shukla, Dept. of Sanskrit, G.U., 2015

Surabhāratī, the Annual Journal of the Dept. of Sanskrit, G.U.,
i) No: 6, Chief Editor: Professor Rajendra Nath Sarma, Editor, Professor Maitreyee Bora, 1998-99
ii) No: 8, Chief Editor: Professor Maitreyee Bora, Editor, Professor Laksahira Gogoi-Chutia, 2001-2002

Prācyā, A Peer Reviewed & Refereed Annual Journal on Sanskrit, M.D. K. Girls’ College, Dibrugarh vol. VI, Vedāntaviśeṣāṅka, 2012-14

Dristibhangi, the Perspective, Annual National Research Journal of Philosophy and Humanities, Special Issue, vol. VII, Morigaon College Golden Jubilee Celebration, Chief Editor: Nilamani Phukan, Editor: Sanjib Hussain Thakuria, 2013

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