Si Yu Ki Buddhist Records of the Western World

K'ie-po-ta-na— Ke'bu.d, q. v. kic-pu-lo—karp&ra, camphor, ii. 232. Kie-sha— (?) Kashgar, i. 14,26, 28 ».; ii. 298, 299, 304, 306. kih-fu-to — boots, ii. 280. Kih-meli — Kucha, i. 24 n. Ki-jou-i — Kanauj, i. 43. Kikana (Ki-kiang-na), ii.

Si Yu Ki  Buddhist Records of the Western World

First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Indian Antiquary

38 : Si - yu - ki , II . 245 . 3:16 Uph . II . 175 : Turn . 51 . 317 Si - yu - ki , II . 248 . 315 Si - yu - ki , II . 245 . 310 ante , XIII . 37 : Si - yu - ki , II . 245 , 248 . 320 Turn . 46 . ° 321 Turn . 53 : ante , XIII . 83 .

Indian Antiquary


Advanced Quantum Mechanics

( 9 ) ťa ( 9 ) · ū ( ky , ) yu ( k2 , 82 ) x exp [ i ( ki – k'z +9 ) · x + i ( k2 – – 9 ) · x ' ] – ū ( k'í , ) yu ( ... yu ( k2 , s2 ) ( k's – ) 2 – ie ū ( , ) yu ( , sı ) ea ( kiki ) € ą ( ) · ū ( k2 ...

Advanced Quantum Mechanics

This textbook, now in an expanded third edition, emphasizes the importance of advanced quantum mechanics for materials science and all experimental techniques which employ photon absorption, emission, or scattering. Important aspects of introductory quantum mechanics are covered in the first seven chapters to make the subject self-contained and accessible for a wide audience. Advanced Quantum Mechanics: Materials and Photons can therefore be used for advanced undergraduate courses and introductory graduate courses which are targeted towards students with diverse academic backgrounds from the Natural Sciences or Engineering. To enhance this inclusive aspect of making the subject as accessible as possible, introductions to Lagrangian mechanics and the covariant formulation of electrodynamics are provided in appendices. This third edition includes 60 new exercises, new and improved illustrations, and new material on interpretations of quantum mechanics. Other special features include an introduction to Lagrangian field theory and an integrated discussion of transition amplitudes with discrete or continuous initial or final states. Once students have acquired an understanding of basic quantum mechanics and classical field theory, canonical field quantization is easy. Furthermore, the integrated discussion of transition amplitudes naturally leads to the notions of transition probabilities, decay rates, absorption cross sections and scattering cross sections, which are important for all experimental techniques that use photon probes.

Mediaeval Researches from Eastern Asiatic Sources

1876 2 vols. Shah nameh, 199. Shah Rok's embassy to the Emperor of China, ii. 153, 285. Schefer, 0., ii. 154. Sherif-eddin, ii. 150. Schildberger, ii. 146. Shi si yii ki (Ch'eng cheng), ii. 147. Si pei ti, ii. 4. Si yu ki (Ch'ang ch'un) ...

Mediaeval Researches from Eastern Asiatic Sources

First Published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Medieval Researches from Eastern Asiatic Sources

159 . Schuyler , 45 ; Turkestan . 1876 . 2 vols . Shah nameh , 199 . Shah Rok's embassy to the Emperor of China , ii . 153 , 285 . Schefer , C. , ii . 154 . Sherif - eddin , ii . 150 . Schildberger , ii . 146 . Shi si yü ki ...

Medieval Researches from Eastern Asiatic Sources


Cultural History of India

29.911 , Amar . II . 9.7-20 , Sakuntala p . 94 , Vayu . 5.2 . , Kamasutra . IV . 1.33 . 100. Tilataila ( sesamum oil ) -Beal Si - yu - ki . I. 88 , Ast . Sam . Su . IX . It was included in untimely ( vikāla ) food . Watters VIII . p .

Cultural History of India

Cultural History Of India Has Been Divided Into Three Parts To Discuss Various Aspects Of Development Of Indian Culture. It Talks About How Religions Such As The Vedic Religion, Buddhism, Jainism, Saivism And Vaisnavism Aimed At Securing Social Harmony, Moral Upliftment, And Inculcated A Sense Of Duty In The Individual. The Development Of Indian Art And Architecture Was A Creative Effort To Project Symbols Of Divine Reality As Conceived And Understood By The Collective Consciousness Of The People As A Whole. The Book Also Focuses On Social Intuitions, Educational Systems And Economic Organisation In Ancient India. Finally, The Book Discusses The Dietary System Of Indians From Pre-Historic Times To C. 1200 A.D. The Basis For Inclusion Of Food And Drinks In The Book On Indian Culture Is That Ancient Indians Believed That Food Not Only Kept An Individual Healthy, But Was Also Responsible For His Mental Make Up.According To The Author, It Is Of Utmost Importance That The Present Generation Imbibe Those Elements Of Indian Culture Which Have Kept India Vital And Going Through Its Long And Continuous History .Cultural History Of India Is An Extremely Useful Journal On Indian History And Culture For All Readers, Both In India And Abroad. It Is Therefore A Must-Read For All Interested In Indias Proud Past, Which Forms The Eternal Bed-Rock Of Its Fateful Present And Glorious Future. It Is An Academic Book Very Useful For Student Of History Aspiring For I.A.S.

Sarnath

2. Xuanzang, Si-yu-ki: Buddhist Records of the Western World, trans. Samuel Beal (London: K. Paul, Trench, Trübner, 1906), 1:lxviii. 3. Xuanzang, Si-yu-ki, 1:lxviii. 4. Xuanzang, Si-yu-ki, 2:45–61. 5. Xuanzang, Si-yu-ki, 2:45. 6.

Sarnath

The first analytical history of Sarnath, the place where the Buddha preached his first sermon and established the Buddhist monastic order. Sarnath has long been regarded as the place where the Buddha preached his first sermon and established the Buddhist monastic order. Excavations at Sarnath have yielded the foundations of temples and monastic dwellings, two Buddhist reliquary mounds (stupas), and some of the most important sculptures in the history of Indian art. This volume offers the first critical examination of the historic site. Frederick M. Asher provides a longue durée (long-term) analysis of Sarnath—including the plunder, excavation, and display of antiquities and the Archaeological Survey of India’s presentation—and considers what lies beyond the fenced-in excavated area. His analytical history of Sarnath’s architectural and sculptural remains contains a significant study of the site’s sculptures, their uneven production, and their global distribution. Asher also examines modern Sarnath, which is a living establishment replete with new temples and monasteries that constitute a Buddhist presence on the outskirts of Varanasi, the most sacred Hindu city.

Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal

The words “ dans ces derniers temps do not mean cently , and we are expressly told in the 6th book of the Si - yu - ki ( II . 349 ,; Beal , II , 42 ) , that the destruction of the law and the dispersion of the monks by Saśánka occurred ...

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The words “ dans ces derniers temps ” do not mean recently , and we are expressly told in the 6th book of the Si - yu - ki ( II . 349 ; Beal , II , 42 ) , that the destruction of the law and the dispersion of the monks by Saśánka ...

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Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal

349 ; Beal , II , 42 ) , that the destruction of the law and the dispersion of the monks by Saśánka occurred a great many ... 248 , 349 , 422 , 463 , 468-9 ; Beal , Life , 83 ; Si - yu - ki , I , 210-213 , II , 42 , 91 , 118 , 121-2 + ...

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A Sanskrit Reader Notes 1st ed 1st issue

1-2 . The moon - god's message goes from yad ete to prasiddhis . -See yad2 . -ʻ -'As for the fact that these hares ,, by thee have been driven away ( sṛ + nis , caus . pass . ) ... 51 , and S. Beal , Si - yu - ki , ii . p . 60 . 4.

A Sanskrit Reader  Notes  1st ed   1st issue


Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland

1 J.A.S.B. , 1847 , p . 956 . 2 Si - yu - ki , ii . , p . 382 . 3 Ancient Geography , p . 468 . 4 Ruins of the Nalanda Monastery , by A. M. Broadley , Esq . Calc 5 Fa - Hian , chap . xxviii . Hoei - li , p . 153. Si - yu - ki ...

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A Sanskrit Reader

appears in the Chinese Avadānas , vol . ii . , p . | -U.f. eva atra agant- , see √gam ... The instr . is logical subject of the impers . pass . sthitam : see sthita2 end , and 999. ... 51 , and S. Beal , Si - yu - ki , ii . p . 60 . 4.

A Sanskrit Reader


Asceticism and Healing in Ancient India

See also Mookerji , Ancient Indian Education , 510 . 53. S. Dutt , Buddhist Monks and Monasteries , 132–34 . 54. Watters , On Yuan Chwang's Travels in India , 2 : 164-69 . See also Beal , Si - Yu - Ki , 2 : 170–72 .

Asceticism and Healing in Ancient India

The rich Indian medical tradition is usually traced back to Sanskrit sources, the earliest of which cannot much antedate the common era. In this book Kenneth Zysk shows that Buddhist scriptures some centuries older than this contain abundant information about medical practice, and are our earliest evidence for a rational approach to medicine in India. He argues that Buddhism and the medical tradition were mutually supportive: that Buddhist monks and people associated with them contributed to the development of medicine, while their skills as physical as well as spiritual healers enhanced their reputation and popular support. Drawing on a wide range of textual, archaeological, and secondary sources, Zysk first presents an overview of the history of Indian Medicine in its religious context. He then examines primary literature from the Pali Buddhist Canon and from the Sanskrit treatises of Bhela, Caraka, and susruta. By close comparison of these two bodies of literature Zysk convincingly shows how the theories delineated in the medical classics actually became practice.

Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society

2 • Hoeï - li reports the distance between these two places to be seven yódjanas , or the same as between Patna and the Tilaçâkya monastery ; and it is satisfactory to find that both measure exactly 40 ... 2 Si - yu - ki , ii . , p .

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Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland

2 Si - yu - ki , ii . , p . 382 . 3 Ancient Geography , p . 468 . 4 Ruins of the Nalanda Monastery , by A. M. Broadley , Esq . Calcutta , 1872 . 6 Fa - Hian , chap . xxviii . Hoeï - li , p . 153. Si - yu - ki , ii . , p .

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The World of the Skandapur a

Hars.a lets him know that 'as long as he is not propitiated he will not see him,'278 and to his favourite courtier sitting behind him, the M ̄alava prince, i.e. M ̄adhavagupta, he adds: 'he is ... Cf. Si-yu-ki II, 201–04; EIA II, 359f.

The World of the Skandapur     a

The World of the Skandapurāṇa consists of two parts. In the first part the historical environment in which this Purāṇa was composed is described. The second part explores six localities in Northern India that play a prominent role in the text.

Journal of Indian History

31 Watters , Vol . II , p . 277 . 32 Beal , Si - yu - ki , II . 195 . 33 Watters , Vol . II . p . 277 . 34 Griffith , Ajanta Paintings Cave I plates 102–112 . 35 Watters , Yuan Chwang I , pp . 17–18 ; Beal Siyuki , p . 89 .

Journal of Indian History


Selected Essays on Language Mythology and Religion

Si - yu - ki , ii . 274 . Shinâ dialects , ii . 34 . Skotos , the Erinyes daughters of , i . Shindo , Kando , Tindo , ii . 317 n . 375 n . , 463 Shingon , sect in Japan , ii . 342 . Skuld ( Future ) , i . 366 , 462 .

Selected Essays on Language  Mythology and Religion