Shabda-Sagara; or, A Comprehensive Sanskrit-English Lexicon Chiefly Based on Professor Horace Hayman Wilson's Sanskrit-English Dictionary and Compiled from Various Recent Authorities for the Use of Schools and Colleges

By: Vidyasagara, Pandit-Kulapati Jibananda; [Wilson, Horace Hayman]

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First edition. Appears to have been issued originally in plain salmon wrappers, retained here and rebound in blue cloth with gilt titles & rules, new endpapers. No jacket. Ink name & date on front endpaper, free endpapers lightly creased, corners pushed, closed tear on final text page, pages toned. 1900 Large Hardcover. 839 pp. A Sanskrit-English dictionary printed in 1900, based on the first such dictionary, which was originally released in 1819. This work was compiled by the superintendent of the Free Sanskrit College in Calcutta, which was founded in 1824 and still exists today as an affiliate of the University of Calcutta. The college has established a reputation for academic excellence, specifically in relation to the study of ancient Indian languages, and the interpretation of ancient Indian texts.

Title: Shabda-Sagara; or, A Comprehensive Sanskrit-English Lexicon Chiefly Based on Professor Horace Hayman Wilson's Sanskrit-English Dictionary and Compiled from Various Recent Authorities for the Use of Schools and Colleges

Author: Vidyasagara, Pandit-Kulapati Jibananda; [Wilson, Horace Hayman]

Categories: Foreign Language, Language,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Calcutta, Ashu Bodha Bhattacharyya, and Nitya Bodha Bhattacharyya / Mookerjee & Co. / Calcutta Press: 1900

Binding: Large Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Seller ID: 2002868

Keywords: REFERENCE LANGUAGE SANSKRIT ENGLISH DICTIONARY INDIAN,