Rājendralāla Mitra (1824-1891)

Land : Inde
Sprache : sanskrit
Geschlecht : masculin
Geburt : Soora, Calcutta (Bengal, Inde), 15-02-1824
Tod : Calcutta (Bengal, Inde), 26-07-1891
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Écrivait aussi en anglais
Archéologue et historien. - Éditeur d'oeuvres classiques sanskrites. - Bibliothécaire et secrétaire, Asiatic Society of Bengal (1846-1856)
Andere Namen : राजॆंद्रलाल मित्र (1824-1891) (sanskrit)
Rājendralāla Mitra (1824-1891) (sanskrit)
राजॆन्द्रलाल मित्र (1824-1891) (sanskrit)
Rājendra Lāla Mitra (1824-1891) (sanskrit)
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Rājendra Lāla Mitra (1824-1891) (sanskrit)
राजॆन्द्र लाल मित्र (1824-1891) (sanskrit)
Radjendralal Mitra (sanskrit)
Radjendralal Mitra (1824-1891) (sanskrit)
Rājendralāl Mitra (1824-1891) (sanskrit)
Rājendralāl Mitra (1824-1891) (sanskrit)
Rājā Rājendralāla Mitra (1824-1891) (sanskrit)
राजा राजॆन्द्रलाल मित्र (1824-1891) (sanskrit)
রাজা রাজেন্দ্রলাল মিত্র (1824-1891) (bengali)
Rājā Rājendralāla Mitra (1824-1891) (sanskrit)
राजा राजॆन्द्रलाल मित्र (1824-1891) (sanskrit)
রাজা রাজেন্দ্রলাল মিত্র (1824-1891) (bengali)
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Raja Rajendra Lal Mitra (1824-1891) (sanskrit)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 8356 2375

Activities of Rājendralāla Mitra (1824-1891) (29)

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Centenary review of the Asiatic society, 1784-1884
The Antiquities of Orissa. [Reprint of 1875]
The Antiquities of Orissa
The Antiquities of Orissa. [Reprint of 1875]
Sanskrit Buddhist literature of Nepal
Indo-Aryans : contributions towards the elucidation of their ancient and mediaeval history, by Rájendralála Mitra,...
A Catalogue of Sanskrit manuscripts in the library of H. H. the mahárájá of Bikáner, compiled by Rájendralála Mitra...
Buddha Gayá, the hermitage of Śákya Muni, by Rájendralála Mitra,...
A Descriptive catalogue of Sanskrit mss. in the library of the Asiatic Society of Bengal. Part first. Grammar... by Rájendralála Mitra,...
The Antiquities of Orissa, by Rájendralála Mitra,...
Notices of Sanskrit MSS
History of the Society. - by Rajendralala Mitra. - [1]

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The Twelve principals Upaniṣads, in three volumes, text in Devanāgari, and translation with notes in English from the commentaries of Śaṅkarācārya and the gloss of Ānandagiri. Volume III ; Chāndogya and Kauṣītaki-Brāhmaṇa Upaniṣads, by Raja Rajendralal Mitra and E. B. Cowel, with a preface by Manilal N. Dvivedi

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