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le 13/03/2002 18:37, prasad_cwprs à prasad_cwprs a écrit :

 

 

 

Dear Sir,

I saw your message in the Indology group.

Yes, Kannada Sahitya completed its task of publishing the Kannada

Nighantu in eight volumes. Also I am told that some volumes are already out

of stock and the Parishat is planning to re-edit them. You can write to the

Kannada Sahitya Parishat to know the actual state of the project. The best

person to be contacted in Bangalore is Mr. Rao‹ the owner of Select Book

shop in Brigade road, Bangalore, in case, you want to have all the eight

volumes. Mr. Rao is a perfect gentleman and will help you to get the volumes

at a reasonable price. He is not like other old books' sellors.

With kindest regards,

Vasundhara

 

> Dear List Members,

>

> 1. Regarding Pampa Bharata, the following reference may be

> useful to some scholars:

>

> Ramachandra Rao B.(1972) :"A descriptive grammar of

> Pampa Bharata", Mysore University.

>

> This is a Ph.D. thesis which was submitted to Osmania University.

>

> 2. I have come to know that Kannada University, Hampi is going

> to publish "Dravida vyutpatti kosha", the translation of which is

> being prepared by K V Narayana. Can somebody tell, whether

> this is the translation of DED(1961) or DEDR(1984) ?

>

> 3. Is there any plan to publish the Hindi translation of Pampa

> Bharata ?

>

> 4. Can somebody give me email addresses of a few scholars

> well-versed in the grammars of ha.la-ganna.da, na.du-ganna.da and

> hosa-ganna.da ?

>

> 5. Is the Kannada-Nighantu, published by Kannada Sahitya Parishat,

> Bangalore, complete by now ? How many volumes ? As per the

> information in "Kannada nighantu shaastra"(1993) by Prof G

> Venkatasubbayya, the 7th Vol. was published by the end of 1991.

>

> Best regards.

>

> Narayan Prasad

> Chief Research Officer

> and

> Rajabhasha Adhikari

> CWPRS, Khadakwasla

> Pune-411024

> INDIA

>

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> Manish Modi

> indology ; studycircle ;

> jainspirit

> Wednesday, March 13, 2002 3:04 PM

> [Y-Indology] Fwd: [JainList] Poet Pampa

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> [JainList] Poet Pampa

> Mon, 11 Mar 2002 19:15:23 +0530

> "ymalaiya" <ymalaiya

> jainlist

>

> In 1882, Benjamin Loirice first wrote about Pampa and published the

> Pampa Bharata. In 1900, Sri S G Narasimhachar brought out Adi Purana

> and in 1931, Kannada Sahitya Parishat published the revised edition

> of Pampa Bharata. At that time the 'Pampotsava' was celebrated at

> Laxmeshwar. The state government later established the 'Pampa

> Foundation' at Annigeri and also instituted 'Pampa' award. The Hampi

> Kannada University has also instituted 'Nadoja' award in memory of

> Pampa.

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I believe the owner of The Select Book Shop on Brigade road is Mr. K. K.

S. Murthy, not Rao.

 

Best,

chandan narayan

 

 

 

On Sun, 17 Mar 2002, Vasundhara Filliozat wrote:

 

> person to be contacted in Bangalore is Mr. Rao‹ the owner of Select Book

> shop in Brigade road, Bangalore, in case, you want to have all the eight

> volumes. Mr. Rao is a perfect gentleman and will help you to get the volumes

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Dear Dr Vasundhara,

 

Thanks for your reply to my email. I would like to contact Mr Rao.

Could you kindly give his complete address ?

 

Best regards.

 

Narayan Prasad

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Vasundhara Filliozat

INDOLOGY

Monday, March 18, 2002 2:43 AM

Re: [Y-Indology] Fwd: [JainList] Kannada NIghantu

 

 

le 13/03/2002 18:37, prasad_cwprs à prasad_cwprs a écrit :

 

 

 

Dear Sir,

I saw your message in the Indology group.

Yes, Kannada Sahitya completed its task of publishing the Kannada

Nighantu in eight volumes. Also I am told that some volumes are already out

of stock and the Parishat is planning to re-edit them. You can write to the

Kannada Sahitya Parishat to know the actual state of the project. The best

person to be contacted in Bangalore is Mr. Rao< the owner of Select Book

shop in Brigade road, Bangalore, in case, you want to have all the eight

volumes. Mr. Rao is a perfect gentleman and will help you to get the volumes

at a reasonable price. He is not like other old books' sellors.

With kindest regards,

Vasundhara

 

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