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the library of gernot prunner:

part four: the indian sub-continent & southeast asia


1 A RE” TO` PUM (6) CON` TVAI SUI’ MA HUT` MRAN` MA MAN`” MYA” A RE” TO` PUM. 610pp. 4to. Boards, 1/4 cloth.

Ran` Kun` (Nan`” Mran`’ Ca Pe), 1970.

2 AACHEN. KRÖNUNGSSAAL IM RATHAUS. Vergessene Städte am Indus. Frühe Kulturen in Pakistan vom 8.-2. Jahrtausend v.Chr. June-Sept. 1987. iv, 312pp. 526 illus. (132 color). Sq. 4to. Leatherette.

Mainz (Verlag Philipp von Zabern), 1987.

3 ABADIE, MAURICE. Les races du Haut-Tonkin de Phong-Tho à Lang-Son. Préface de Paul Pelliot. vi, (2), 194pp., 44 plates, 1 map. 4to. Wraps.

Paris (Société d’Éditions Géographiques, Maritimes et Coloniales), 1924.

4 ABBAS, K.A. 20th March 1977. A day like any other day. x, (2), 134pp. Sm. 4to. Cloth.

New Delhi (Vikas Publishing House), 1978.

5 ABBOTT, J. Indian Ritual and Belief: The Keys of Power. viii, 560pp. Frontis. Sm. 4to. Cloth. Originally published 1932.

New Delhi (Usha Publications), 1984.

6 ABEGG, WERNER. Die Indiensammlung der Universität Zürich. (Aus den Mitteilungen der Geographisch-Ethnographischen Gesellschaft Zürich, Band 35.) 172pp. 54 illus. Sm. 4to. Wraps.

Zürich (Beer & Cie.), 1935.

7 ABU AL-FAZL IBN MUBARAK. The Akbar Nama of Abu-l-Fazl: History of the Reign of Akbar Including an Account of His Predecessors. Translated from the Persian by H. Beveridge. 3 vols. (4), 667, (1), xxxii, 27pp.; ii, 577, (1), 23pp.; xxxi, (3), 1274, (2), 68pp. Sm. 4to. Buckram. Reprint of the Calcutta 1902-1921 edition.

Lahore (Book Traders), n.d.

8 ACHARYA, PRASANNA KUMAR. An Encyclopaedia of Hindu Architecture. Second edition. (Mansara Series. 7.) xxxi, (1), 684, 18pp. Prof. illus. 4to. Cloth. Originally published London 1946.

New Delhi (Oriental Books Reprint Corporation), 1979.

9 ACHJADI, JUDI. Indonesia: Arts and Crafts. 91pp. Prof. illus. Sm. 4to. Wraps.

[Jakarta] (Department of Information, Republic of Indonesia), n.d.

10 ADAM, LEONHARD. Buddhastatuen. Ursprung und Form der Buddhagestalt. xii, 121, (3)pp., 48 plates with 52 illus. Frontis., 20 text figs. 4to. Boards, 1/4 cloth.

Stuttgart (Verlag Strecker und Schröder), 1925.

11 ADHIKARI, M.S. Socio-Economic Survey of Rupa: A Sherdukpen Village in Arunachal Pradesh. (Census of India 1971. Series 1: India. Monograph No. 1 [No. 9 of 1961 Series]./ Part VI C.) xviii, 171, (1)pp., 49 plates. 2 maps. Lrg. 8vo. Wraps.

New Delhi (Office of the Registrar General, India; Ministry of Home Affairs), [1975].

12 ADRIANI, N. Bare’e-Nederlandsch woordenboek, met Nederlandsch-Bare’e register. (Koninklijk Bataviaasch Genootschap van Kunsten en Wetenschappen.) xv, (1), 1074pp. Lrg. 4to. Cloth.

Leiden (E.J. Brill), 1928.

13 ADRIANI, N. Bare’e-verhalen. Voor de uitgave bewerkt door M. Adriaani-Gunning. (Koninklijk Instituut voor de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde van Nederlandsch-Indië.) 2 vols. I: Tekst. viii, 427pp. II: Verkorte, vrije vertaling. xi, (1), 247pp. 4to. Boards, 1/4 cloth & orig. wraps. Vol. I interleaved.

The Hague (Martinus Nijhoff), 1932-1933.

14 ADRIANI, NICOLAUS. Sangireesche spraakkunst. Academisch proefschrift...Rijks-Universiteit te Leiden. xiii, (1), 288pp. 4to. Cloth.

Leiden (A.H. Adriani), 1893.

15 ADRIANI, N. Spraakkunst der Bare’e-taal. (Verhandelingen van het Koninklijk Bataviaasch Genootschap van Kunsten en Wetenschappen. 70.) xvi, 481pp. Lrg. 4to. Boards.

Bandoeng (A.C. Nix & Co.), 1931.

16 ADRIANI, N. & KRUIJT, ALB. C. De Bare’e-sprekende Toradja’s van Midden-Celebes. 4 vols. I-II: Land-en volkenkunde. xi, (1), 426pp.; vii, (1), 468pp. III: Taal- en letterkundige schets der Bare’e taal en overzicht van het taalgebied: Celebes - Zuit-Halmahera. vii, (1), 717pp., 1 lrg. folding map. IV: Platen en kaarten. 3 lrg. folding maps, 39 plates, loose in portfolio, as issued. Vols. I-III 4to.; vol. IV: Sm. folio. Boards, 1/4 cloth.

Batavia (Landsdrukkerij), 1912-1914.

17 AGASE, KASINATHASASTRI (EDITOR). Vedavyasapranitamahabharatantargata Srimadbhagavadgita Srimadhusudanasarasvati virachitaya Gudharthadipikakhyaya vyakhyaya tatha sridharasvamiviracitasubodhinyakhyaya vyakhyaya sameta. Second edition. (Anandasramasamskrtagranthavalih. 45.) 2, 519pp. Sm. 4to. Orig. boards, 1/4 cloth.

Punyakhyapattane (Hari Narayana Apte), 1912.

18 AGRAWAL, C.M. Golu Devata: The God of Justice of Kumaun Himalayas. ix, (7), 147pp. 17 color illus. (partly tipped-in). 4to. Cloth.

Almora (Shree Almora Book Depot), 1992.

19 AGRAWAL, D.P. The Archaeology of India. (Scandinavian Institute of Asian Studies. Monograph Series. 46.) (12) , 294pp. 161 illus. 4to. Wraps.

London/Malmö (Curzon Press), 1982.

20 AGRAWAL, USHA. Museums in India: A Brief Directory. Fourth edition. (6), 144pp. Sm. 4to. Wraps.

New Delhi (Museums Association of India), 1985.

21 AHMAD, HAFIZ MANZOORUDDIN. Geheimnisvolles Indien? Indien von einem Inder gesehen. Zweite Auflage. 186, (4)pp. 90 illus. hors texte. 4to. Boards, 1/4 cloth.

Berlin (Deutsche Verlagsgesellschaft), 1937.

22 AHMAD, H. MANZOORUDDIN. Thailand, Land der Freien. 263, (1)pp., 14 plates. 4to. Boards.

Leipzig (Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag), 1943.

23 AKIN RABIBHADANA, M.R. The Organization of Thai Society in the Early Bangkok Period, 1782-1873. (Data Paper : Number 74, Southeast Asia Program, Department of Asian Studies, Cornell University.) xi, (1), 247, (17)pp. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

Ithaca, N.Y. (Cornell University), 1969.

24 AKIRA, HIRAKAWA. A History of Indian Buddhism: From Sakyamuni to Early Mahayana. (Asian Studies at Hawaii. 36.) xvi, (2), 402, (4)pp. 1 map. 4to. Cloth.

N.p. (University of Hawaii Press), 1990.

25 ALAGIYAVANNA MUKAVETI. Sewul sandesaya. By the poet Alagiyawanna Mukaweti (Mohottala). Revised and paraphrased with commentary by W.N. Wijayawardhana and J.R. Weerasekara. iv, 139pp. Lrg. 8vo. Cloth.

Colombo (W.A. Perera/ Sewyasri Press), 1929.

26 ‘ALI MUHAMMAD KHAN. Mirat-i-Ahmadi: A History of Gujarat in Persian. Edited by Syed Nawab Ali. (Gaekwad’s Oriental Series. 33-34.) 2 vols. Part I: 8, 416pp., 2 plates. Part II: 1127 to 1174 A.H. With foreword by Jadunath Sarkar. viii, (2), 17, (5), 624pp. With: Mirat-i-Ahmadi Supplement (Persian Text). (Gaekwad’s Oriental Series. 40 [i.e. 50].) 3, (1), 254, (2)pp. 4to. Boards, 1/4 cloth.

Baroda (Oriental Institute/ Central Library), 1928; 1927; 1930.

27 ‘ALI MUHAMMAD KHAN. Mirat-i-Ahmadi: A History of Gujarat in Persian. (English Translation). Translated from the Persian original of Ali Muhammad Khan by M.F. Lokhandwala. (Gaekwad’s Oriental Series. 146.) (4), 946, xxiii, (1)pp. 4to. Boards, 1/4 cloth. Edition limited to 500 copies.

Baroda (Oriental Institute), 1965.

28 ALI, TARIQ. The Nehrus and the Gandhis. An Indian dynasty. With an introduction by Salman Rushdie. 301, (1)pp., 8 plates. Lrg. 8vo. Wraps.

London (Picador), 1985.

29 ALIKANOV, K.M. Russko-v’etnamskii slovar’. / Tù dien Nga-Viêt. [By] K.M. Alikanov, V.V. Ivanov, I.A. Mal’khanova. 2 vols. 648pp.; 704pp. 4to. Cloth.

Moskva (Izdatel’stvo “Russkii Iazyk”), 1977.

30 ALKEMA, B. & BEZEMER, T.J. Beknopt handboek der volkenkunde van Nederlandsch-Indië. xii, (4), 583pp. 131 illus. 4to. Cloth.

Haarlem (H.D. Tjeenk Willink & Zoon), 1927.

31 ALLAN, J., ET AL. The Cambridge Shorter History of India. By J. Allan, T. Wolseley Haig, H.H. Dodwell. Edited by H.H. Dodwell. xix, (3), 970pp. 21 maps. Lrg. 8vo. Cloth.

Cambridge (University Press), 1934.

32 ALLCHIN, BRIDGET & ALLCHIN, RAYMOND. The Rise of Civilization in India and Pakistan. (Cambridge World Archaeology.) 379, (1)pp. Text figs. 4to. Wraps.

Cambridge/London (Cambridge University Press), 1982.

33 ALLEN, CHARLES. Raj: A Scrapbook of British India, 1877-1947. 142pp. Prof. illus. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

London (Book Club Associates), 1977.

34 ALLEN, CHARLES & DWIVEDI, SHARADA. Lives of the Indian Princes. 352pp. Prof. illus. 4to. Cloth.

London (Century Publishing), 1984.

35 ALLISON, GORDON H. Easy Thai. An introduction to the Thai language with exercises and answer key.... xiii, (1), 105pp. Sm. 4to. Cloth.

Rutland, Vermont/Tokyo (Charles E. Tuttle Co.), 1969.

36 ALLISON, W.L. The Sadhs. (The Religious Life of India.) ii, (4), 127, (3)pp. Wraps.

Calcutta (Y.M.C.A. Publishing House), 1934.

37 ALSDORF, LUDWIG. Beiträge zur Geschichte von Vegetarismus und Rinderverehrung in Indien. (Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur, Mainz. Abhandlungen der geistes- und sozialwissenschaftlichen Klasse. Jahrgang 1961, Nr. 6.) 69, (3)pp. 4to. Wraps.

Mainz/Wiesbaden (Verlag der Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur/ Franz Steiner Verlag), 1961.

38 ALTEKAR, A.S. The Coinage of the Gupta Empire. And its imitations. (Corpus of Indian Coins. 4.) xvi, 390, (2)pp., 27 plates. 4to. Cloth.

Varanasi (Numismatic Society of India), 1957.

39 ALTEKAR, A.S. State and Government in Ancient India. ix, (1), 407pp. Sm. 4to. Cloth. Reprint of the third revised and enlarged edition of 1958.

Delhi (Motilal Banarsidass), 1972.

40 ALWI BIN ALHADY. Malay Customs and Traditions. xv, (1), 128pp., 13 plates. Wraps.

Singapore (Eastern Universities Press), 1962.

41 AMATYA, JAGDISH MAN SINGH. Picturesque Nepal. Second edition. (6), ii, 109, iii pp., 1 folding map. Illus. Buckram.

Kathmandu (Ratna Pustak Bhandar), 1961.

42 AMBALAL, AMIT. Krishna as Shrinathji: Rajasthani Paintings from Nathdvara. 177pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Cloth.

Ahmedabad (Mapin Publishing), 1987.

43 AMBALANGODA. AMBALANGODA MASK MUSEUM. The Ambalangoda Mask Museum. Edited by Wolfgang Mey, Martin Prösler, Anna Wischkowski. (18), 67pp. Prof. illus. Sm. 4to. Wraps.

Ambalangoda, 1987.

44 AMENDED LIST OF ANCIENT MONUMENTS IN BURMA. (206)pp. 4to. Cloth.

Rangoon (Superintendent, Government Printing and Stationery, Union of Burma), 1960.

45 AMES, FRANK. The Kashmir Shawl and Its Indo-French Influence. 347pp. 222 plates. Lrg. 4to. Cloth.

Woodbridge, Suffolk (Antique Collectors’ Club), 1986.

46 AMIN, ENTJI’. Sja‘ir perang Mengkasar (The Rhymed Chronicle of the Macassar Way). Edited and translated by C. Skinner. (Verhandelingen van het Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde. 40.) (4), 314pp., 2 plates (1 double-page). 4to. Wraps.

The Hague (Martinus Nijhoff), 1963.

47 AMIN, MOHAMED, ET AL. Reise durch die Malediven. [Von] Mohamed Amin, Duncan Willetts, Peter Marshall. 191pp. Prof. illus. Sm. folio. Cloth.

Hannover (Landbuch-Verlag), 1992.

48 AMPHA OTRAKUL. Kurzgeschichten aus Thailand. Ausgewählt und übersetzt. 312pp. Lrg. 8vo. Wraps.

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49 AMPHA OTRAKUL, ET AL. Photchananukrom Thai-Yoeraman. Doi `Ampha `Otrakun; khana phuchuai, Thiamchan Chiamprasoet...[et al.]; bannathikan Khlao Weng./ Thai-Deutsches Wörterbuch.... (12), 779pp. Stout 8vo. Boards.

Bangkok (Duang Kamon), 1982.

50 AMSTERDAM. TROPENMUSEUM. India nu. Nov. 1968. 96pp., 16 plates. Text figs. Sm. 4to. Wraps.

Amsterdam, 1968.

51 ANAND, MULK RAJ. Madhubani Painting. 58, (2)pp. Prof. illus. 4to. Cloth.

New Delhi (Publications Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India), 1984.

52 ANAND, MULK RAJ, ET AL. Homage to Kalamkari. 134pp. Prof. illus. Folio. Dec. cloth, 1/4 boards. With texts by 14 contributors on the painted cloths of India.

Bombay (Marg Publications), 1979.

53 ANAND, MULK RAJ, ET AL. Homage to Khajuraho. By Mulk Raj Anand, Charles Fabri, Stella Kramrisch. Second edition. 68pp. 55 plates. Lrg. 4to. Boards. D.j.

Bombay (Marg Publications), 1962.

54 ANAND, UMA. Mansions of the Sun: The Indian Desert Thaar. With photographs by Vivek Anand. 167pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Cloth.

London (Al-Falak/ Scorpion), 1982.

55 ANAWARATNA, S. Easy Steps to Sinhalese. Especially adapted for Europeans. 51pp. Lrg. 8vo. Wraps.

Colombo (The Wesleyan Mission Press), 1908.

56 ANCIENT INDIA. Bulletin of the Archaeological Survey of India. Vols. 1 - 5. Lrg . 4to. Wraps.

New Delhi, 1946-1949.

57 ANDERSEN, DINES. A Pali Reader: With Notes and Glossary. 2 vols. I: Text and Notes. (4), iii, 132pp. II: A Pali Glossary: [Words of the] Pali Reader and of the Dhammapada. (2), 288pp. 4to. Buckram. Originally published 1901.

New Delhi (Award Publishing House), 1979.

58 ANDERSON, J.D. A Manual of the Bengali Language. (12), 178pp. Sm. 4to. Cloth. Originally published Cambridge 1920.

New York (Frederick Ungar Publishing Co.), 1962.

59 ANDERSON, MARY M. The Festivals of Nepal. 288pp., 23 color plates. 4to. Cloth.

London (George Allen & Unwin), 1971.

60 ANDREW, G.P. Mergui District. Volume A. (Burma Gazetteer.) (2), 39, (1)pp. Sm. 4to. Boards, 1/4 cloth. Lacking the map.

Rangoon (Superintendent, Government Printing and Stationery), 1962.

61 ANDRONOV, M.S. Dravidian Languages. (Languages of Asia and Africa.) 199pp. Sm. 4to Wraps.

Moscow (”Nauka” Publishing House, Central Department of Oriental Literature), 1970.

62 ANDRONOV, M.S. The Kannada Language. (Languages of Asia and Africa.) 86, (2)pp. Sm. 4to. Wraps.

Moscow (“Nauka” Publishing House, Central Department of Oriental Literature), 1969.

63 ANDRONOV, M.S. & MAKARENKO, V.A. Malaialam-russkii slovar’. / Malayala-Rasyan nighandu. Edited by Naraianikutti Unnikrishnan. 871pp. 4to. Cloth.

Moskva (Izdatel’stvo “Sovetskaia Entsiklopediia”), 1971.

64 ANNAMBHATTA. Tarka-samgraha of Annambhatta. With the author’s own Dîpika, and Govardhana’s Nyaya-bodhini. Edited with critical and explanatory notes by Yashwant Vasudev Athalye, together with introduction and English translation of the text by Mahadev Rajaram Bodas. Revised and enlarged. Second edition, re-impression. (Bombay Sanskrit Series. 55.) lxxii, 384pp. 4to. Buckram, 3/4 leather.

Poona (Bhandarkar Institute Press), 1930.

65 ANSARI, DAGMAR. Chrestomathie der Hindi-Prosa des 20. Jahrhunderts. 221pp. Sm. 4to. Wraps.

Leipzig (VEB Verlag Enzyklopädie), 1967.

66 ANTON, H. Subramanya Bharati. Eine Darstellung seiner weltanschaulichen und künstlerischen Entwicklung. xix, (1), 174pp. 4to. Wraps.

Madras (Privately Printed), 1977.

67 ANTON, HELGA. The Script and Pronunciation of Modern Tamil. (4), 83, (3)pp. Lrg. 8vo. Wraps.

Madras (Privately Printed), 1976.

68 ANUMAN RAJADHON, PHYA. Essays on Thai Folklore. 383pp. Prof. illus. Sm. 4to. Cloth.

Bangkok (The Social Science Association Press of Thailand), 1968.

69 ANUMAN RAJADHON, PHYA. The Nature and Development of the Thai Language. Second edition. (Thai Culture. N.S. 10.) 36pp. Illus. Wraps.

Bangkok (The Fine Arts Department), 1963.

70 ANURUDDHA. A Manual of Abhidhamma. Being Abhidhammattha sangaha of Bhadanta Anuruddhacariya. Edited in the original Pali text with English translation and explanatory notes [by] Narada Maha Thera. Third revised edition. vii, (1), 451pp., 3 folding charts. Wraps.

Kandy (Buddhist Publication Society), 1975.

71 ANUVIT CHARERNSUPKUL. ‘Ongprakop sathapattayakam Thai. / The Elements of Thai Architecture. 142pp. 62 plates. Oblong 4to. Cloth. Parallel texts in Thai and English.

Krung Thep Maha Nakhon (Kanphim Satri San), 2521 [1978].

72 ANWARUL HAQ, M. The Faith Movement of Mawlana Muhammad Ilyas. 210pp. 4to. Cloth.

London (George Allen & Unwin Ltd.), 1972.

73 AO, ALEMCHIBA. Waromung: An Ao Naga Village. Foreword: Asok Mitra. (Census of India 1961. Monograph Series. Vol. I, Part VI, No. 1.) xvii, (1), 210, (2)pp., 6 maps (partly double-page), 28 plates. 62 tables. Lrg. 4to. Boards, 1/4 cloth.

New Delhi (Office of the Registrar General, India; Ministry of Home Affairs), [1966].

74 APASTAMBA. Das Srautasutra des Apastamba. [II:] Achtes bis fünfzehntes Buch. Aus dem Sanskrit übersetzt von W. Caland. (Verhandelingen der Koninklijke Akademie van Wetenschappen te Amsterdam. Afdeeling Letterkunde. N.S. XXIV#2.) 467, (1)pp. 4to. Wraps.

Amsterdam (Koninklijke Akademie van Wetenschappen), 1924.

75 APFFEL-MARGLIN, FRÉDÉRIQUE. Wives of the God-King: The Rituals of the Devadasis of Puri. xv, (1), 388pp. 21 illus. hors texte. 4to. Cloth.

Delhi (Oxford University Press), 1985.

76 APPASAMY, JAYA. Indian Paintings on Glass. (6), 38pp., 87 plates (partly in color). Sq. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

New Delhi (Indian Council for Cultural Relations), 1980.

77 APPASAMY, JAYA. Tanjavur Painting of the Maratha Period. xiv, (2), 121pp., 50 plates. 4to. Cloth.

New Delhi (Abhinav Publications), 1980.

78 APTE, VAMAN SHIVARAM. The Student’s Guide to Sanskrit Composition. Being a treatise on Sanskrit syntax.... 11th edition. xvi, 404pp. Cloth.

Bombay (The Standard Publishing Company), 1934.

79 APTE, VINAYAK MAHADEV. Social and Religious Life in the Grihya Sutras. With brief surveys of social and religious conditions in pre-Grihya-sutra Vedic literature and in early Avestan literature. Reset edition with a foreword by R.P. Tripathi. xxxii, 280, (8)pp. Sm. 4to. Cloth.

Bombay (The Popular Book Depot), 1954.

80 ARAVAMUTHAN, T.G. Portrait Sculpture in South India. Foreword by Ananda K. Coomaraswamy. 100pp. 34 illus. hors texte. 4to. Boards, 1/4 cloth.

London (The India Society), 1931.

81 ARCHAIMBAULT, CH. Contribution à l’étude d’un cycle de légendes Lau. (Publications de l’École Française d’Extrême-Orient. 119.) 440, (2)pp., 9 plates. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

Paris (École Française d’Extrême-Orient), 1980.

82 ARCHAIMBAULT, CHARLES. La fête du T’at. Trois essais sur les rites laotiens. (Série: Documents sur le Laos. 1.) 75pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

[Vientiane?] (Mission Française d’Enseignement et de Coopération Culturelle au Laos), n.d.

83 ARCHAIMBAULT, CHARLES. Structures religieuses Lao (rites et mythes). (Collection “Documents pour le Laos.” 2.) x, (2), 289pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

Vientiane (Éditions Vithagna), 1973.

84 ARCHER, MILDRED. Indian Popular Painting in the India Office Library. xii, 196, (2)pp., 6 color plates. 92 illus. hors texte. 4to. Cloth.

New Delhi (UBS Publishers’ Distributors Ltd.), 1977.

85 ARCHER, W.G. The Hill of Flutes: Life, Love and Poetry in Tribal India. A portrait of the Santals. 375pp. 60 illus. hors texte. 4to. Cloth.

London (George Allen & Unwin), 1974.

86 ARCHER, W.G. Indian Painting in Bundi and Kotah. (Victoria & Albert Museum Monograph. No. 13.) v, (1), 58pp., 56 plates. 4to. Wraps.

London (H.M.S.O.), 1959.

87 ARCHER, W.G. Indische Miniaturen. 22, (2)pp., 15 tipped-in color plates. 6 tipped-in text illus. Sm. folio. Boards.

Laupen-Bern (Iris-Verlag), 1957.

88 ARCHER, W.G. Indische Miniaturen. 17, (3)pp., 100 plates (partly tipped-in color) with facing commentary. Folio. Cloth.

Recklinghausen (Verlag Aurel Bongers), [1960].

89 ARCHER, W.G. Kalighat Paintings. A catalogue and introduction. xiv, 127, (3)pp., 95 plates (4 color). 4to. Cloth.

London (Victoria & Albert Museum), 1971.

90 ARCHER, W.G. The Loves of Krishna in Indian Painting and Poetry. (Ethical and Religious Classics of East and West. 18.) 127, (3)pp., 40 plates with facing commentary. 4to. Wraps.

New York (Macmillan), n.d.

91 ARDEN, A.H. A Progressive Grammar of the Telugu Language. xi, (5), 476pp. Sm. 4to. Cloth.

Madras (The Christian Literature Society), 1975.

92 ARIS, MICHAEL. Bhutan. The early history of a Himalayan kingdom. (Central Asian Studies.) xxxiv, 344pp. 31 plates, 5 figs., 2 maps. Lrg. 8vo. Wraps.

Warminster (Aris & Phillips), 1979.

93 ARJAN DEV GURU. Sacred Sukhmani. Grmukhi & Roman scripts with English translation and gist of the Divine Sermons by Harbans Singh Doabia. 323, (1)pp. Buckram.

Amritsar (Singh Brothers), 1984.

94 ARNDT, PAUL. Religion auf Ostflores, Adonare und Solor. (Studia Instituti Anthropos. 1.) xii, 248pp., 1 folding map. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. Reprint of the Wien-Mödling 1951 edition.

New York/London (Johnson Reprint Corporation), 1968.

95 ARRIAN. Der Alexanderzug. Indische Geschichte. Griechisch und Deutsch. Herausgegeben und übersetzt von Gerhard Wirth und Oskar von Hinüber. (Sammlung Tusculum.) (2), 1153pp. Cloth.

München/Zürich (Artemis Verlag), 1985.

96 ARSHI, P.S. The Golden Temple. History, art and architecture. xv, (1), 142, (2)pp., 42 plates. Text figs. Lrg. sq. 4to. Cloth.

New Delhi (Harman Publishing House), 1989.

97 ARTS AND CRAFTS IN INDONESIA. 96pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 8vo. Wraps.

Djakarta (Ministry of Information, Republic of Indonesia), [1955].

98 ARTS & CRAFTS IN INDONESIA. 7th edition. 93pp. Prof. illus. Sm. 4to. Wraps.

[Jakarta] (Department of Information, Republic of Indonesia), 1979.

99 ARYABHATA. The Aryabhatiya of Aryabhata. An ancient Indian work on mathematics and astronomy. Translated with notes by Walter Eugene Clark. xxix, (1), 90pp. Cloth. D.j.

Chicago (The University of Chicago Press), 1930.

100 ARYAN, K.C. Folk Bronzes of North Western India. 123pp. 93 plates, 12 figs. Sq. 4to. Cloth.

Delhi (Rekha Prakashan), [1973].

101 ARYAN, K.C. The Little Goddesses (Matrikas). 74pp. 34 illus. hors texte. 17 text figs. Sq. 4to. Cloth.

New Delhi (Rekha Prakashan), 1980.

102 ARYAN, SUBHASHINI. Crafts of Himachal Pradesh. Photographed by R.K. Datta Gupta. (Living Traditions of India.) 167, (1)pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. oblong 4to. Cloth.

Ahmedabad (Mapin Publishing), 1993.

103 ASHER, R.E. & RADHAKRISHNAN, R. A Tamil Prose Reader. Selections from contemporary Tamil prose with notes and glossary. x, 237pp. 4to. Cloth.

Cambridge (University Press), 1971.

104 ASHFAQ ALI. Bhopal, Past and Present. A brief history of Bhopal and Madhya Pradesh from the hoary past upto the present time. (Bhopal Series. 3.) xii, vii, (7), 482, (350)pp. Numerous plates hors texte. Sm. stout 4to. Cloth.

Bhopal (Jai Bharat Publishing House), 1984.

105 ASPECTS DU BOUDDHISME LAO. (Numéro spécial: Bulletin des Amis du Royaume Lao. 9.) (4), 200, (2)pp. 4to. Wraps.

Vientiane, 1973.

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