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Indian languages and texts through the ages; essays of Hungarian indologists in honour of Prof. Csaba Tottossy.

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Indian languages and texts through the ages; essays of Hungarian indologists in honour of Prof. Csaba Tottossy.

Ed. by Csaba Dezso.

Manohar

2007

388 pages

$59.50

Hardcover

PK102

This series of essays was compiled in honor of Csaba Tottossy, the first scholar to establish a department of Sanskrit studies in Hungary. Dezso (Sanskrit, ELTE University, Budapest) and many of the graduates of the program have contributed articles on the history and structure of Indian languages and analyses of the literature. Each article is footnoted and contains a bibliography but there is no general index.

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