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Free eBook Original Sanskrit Texts On the Origin and Progress of the Religion and Institutions of India: Collected, Tr. Into English, and Illustrated by Notes. ... Use of Students and Others in India, Volume 5 download ISBN: 1142275736
Author: John Muir
Publisher: Nabu Press (January 2, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 516
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Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tp. Chiefly for the use of students and others in India. 2. The Trans-Himalayan origin of the Hindus, and their affinity with the western branches of the Arian race.

Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tp. 3. The Vedas: opinions of their authors, and of later Indian writers, in regard to their origin, inspiration, and authority. 4. Comparison of the Vedic with the later representations of the principal Indian deities.

Into English, and Illustrated by Notes. Стр. 240 - The following are a few of the modes in which the divine power of the Asvins is declared in different hymns to have been manifested for the deliverance of their votaries. Chiefly for the Use of Students and Others in India, Том 5. John Muir. Williams and Norgate, 1872. When the sage Chyavana had grown old and had been forsaken, they divested him of his decrepit body, prolonged his life and restored him to youth. Встречается в книгах (13) с 1868 по 2000.

Dr John Muir CIE FRSEDCL LLD (5 February 1810 – 7 March 1882) was a Scottish Sanskrit scholar and Indologist and judge in India

Dr John Muir CIE FRSEDCL LLD (5 February 1810 – 7 March 1882) was a Scottish Sanskrit scholar and Indologist and judge in India. Muir was born in Glasgow, the son of William Muir (1783–1820), a merchant of Kilmarnock and magistrate of Glasgow, and Helen Macfie (1784–1866). He was the elder brother of the Indian administrator and principal of the University of Edinburgh, Sir William Muir.

Page 313 - Zoroastrians had been settled in India before they immigrated into Persia. Into English, and Illustrated by Notes. I say the Zoroastrians, for we have no evidence to bear us out in making the same assertion of the nations of Persia and Media in general. That the Zoroastrians and their ancestors started from India during the Vaidik period can be proved as distinctly as that the inhabitants of Massilia started from Greece. Appears in 27 books from 1860-2006. Chiefly for the Use of Students and Others in India, John Muir.

Chiefly for the use of students and others in India. 1858, Williams and Norgate.

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