Bibliography and Bibliographical Index

[The numbers represent footnote-numbers in this present volume]

1. ADOSS

A Dictionary of Selected Synonyms in the Principal Indo-European Languages by Carl D. Buck, University of Chicago Press, 1949.
Ch. 7: 52, 130-138, 141-144.

2. AGSL

A Grammar of the Sinhalese Language by Prof. Wilhelm Geiger, The Royal Asiatic Society, Ceylon branch, Colombo, 1938.
Ch. 7: 153-155.

3 AHV

The Arctic Home in the Vedas by B.G. Tilak, Published by The Manager, Kesari, Poona City, 1903.

Ch. 8:70-73, 82-84,1 03-110, 116, 120-122, 131-155, 259.

4. AIHT 

Ancient Indian Historical Tradition by F.E. Pargiter, Motilal Banarsidas, Delhi-Varanasi-Patna, 1962.
Ch. 5: 1-2
Ch. 6: 77
Ch. 7: 53-54

Ch. 8:19, 42, 46, 52, 55-56, 172-180, 196-207.

5. AIM 

Aryan Invasion: A Myth by NR Waradpande, Nagpur, 1989.  Ch. 8: 254.

6. AL 

Archaeology and Language, Vol. I: Theoretical and Methodological Orientations edited by Roger Blench and Matthew Spriggs, Routledge, London and New York, 1997. (Paper by Johanna Nichols).
Ch. 7: 100-116.

7. BAIAP 

The Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Peoples of Eastern Asia, Volume II edited by Victor H. Mair, The Institute for the Study of Man (in collaboration with) The University of Pennsylvania Museum Publications, 1998 (Journal of Indo-European Studies, Monograph no. twentysix in two volumes).
Ch. 7: 1-5.

8. BAWS 

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Writings and Speeches, Volume 7 edited by Vasant Moon, Education Department, Govt. of Maharashtra Publications, Mumbai, 1990.

Ch. 8: 130, 181-195, 208-225, 260.

9. BHISHMA 

Bhishma’s Study of Indian History and Culture by S.D. Kulkarni, Shri Bhagwan Vedavyasa Itihasa Samshodhana Mandira, (BHISHMA) Thane, Mumbai.

Volume I: Beginnings of Life, Culture and History, 1988. Ch. 8:75-81, 90-102, 111-114, 117-119, 123-127, 129,156-171, 258.
Volume II: The PurANas, 1993.
Ch. 8: 74.

10. CCAIHO 

The Culture and Civilization of Ancient India in Historical Outline by D.D. Kosambi, Vikas Publishing House Pvt.  Ltd, Delhi-Bombay-Bangalore-Kanpur, 1975 (first printed 1970).
Ch. 1: 2.
Ch. 7: 6.
Ch. 8: 24, 35, 41, 50, 60-62, 68-69.

11. CDHR 

The Civilized Demons: The Harappans in Rigveda by Malati J. Shendge, Abhinav Publications, New Delhi, 1977.
Ch. 8: 8, 20, 22, 25-33,43-45, 53-54, 63-64.
Ch. 10: 36, 42, 52.

12. CHI 

The Cambridge History of Iran, Volume 3(1) edited by Ehsan Yarshater, Cambridge University Press, 1983.
Ch. 6: 83, 91-92.

13. CWSV 

Complete Works of Swami Vivekananda, Mayavati Memorial Edition, Advaita Ashrama, Calcutta. 18th edition, 1991.
Ch. 8: 226-235.

14. EB 

The New Encyclopaedia Britannica in 30 volumes, University of Chicago, published by HH Benton, 15th edition, 1974.  Ch. 7: 147-148.

15. ECM 

The Encyclopaedia o Classical Mythology by Dr. A.R.A. van Aken, Prentice-Hall Inc., Eaglewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1965.
Ch. 10: 56.

16. EDNCM 

Everyman’s Dictionary of Non-Classical Mythology by Egerton Sykes, J.M. Dent and Son Ltd, London, E.P. Dulton and Co. Inc., New York, 1952.
Ch. 10: 54, 61.

17. EGSL 

An Etymological Glossary of the Sinhalese Language by.  Prof. Wilhelm Geiger, The Royal Asiatic Society, Ceylon branch, Colombo, 1941.
Ch. 7: 156-157.

18. GDI 

Genèse de L’Inde, Bernard Sergent, Bibliothèque Scientifique Payot, Paris, 1997.
Ch. 9: 1.

19. GORI

The Geography of Rgvedic India by Manohar Lal Bhargava, lie Upper India Publishing House Ltd., Lucknow, 1964.  Ch. 4: 4, 7-8.
Ch. 6: 81.

20. GPW 

Gods, Priests and Warriors: The BhRgus of the MahAbhArata by Robert P. Goldman, Columbia University Press, New York, 1977.
Ch. 6. 1-11.

21. GZ 

The Gathas of Zarathushtra and the Other Old Avestan Texts, Part I: Introduction, Texts and Translation by Helmut Humbach (in collaboration with Josef Elfenbein and P.O. Skjærvø), Carl Winter, Universitätsverlag, Heidelberg (Germany), 1991.
Ch. 6: 98-100.

22. HCIP 

The History and Culture of the Indian People, Vol. I: The Vedic Age edited by R.C. Majumdar, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Publications, Mumbai, 6th edition 1996.
Ch. 1: 1, 5.
Ch. 3: 1-4.
Ch. 4: 5.
Ch. 7: 42, 56, 58, 127-128.
Ch. 8: 1-3, 17, 21, 34, 115, 256.

23. HHH 

Heaven, Heroes and Happiness: The Indo-European Roots of Western Ideology by Shan M.M. Winn, University Press of America, Lanham-New York-London, 1995.

Ch. 7: 7-14, 43-48, 51, 57, 59, 61-65, 76-78, 83, 86-88, 91-93, 95-99, 146, 167-168, 177.
Ch. 10: 24, 62.

24. HINDUTVA 

Hindutva by V.D. Savarkar, Veer Savarkar Prakashan, Mumbai, 5th edition, 1969 (first published 1923).
Ch. 8: 85-89.

25. HM 

The History of Mankind - Cultural and Scientific Development, Vol.  I, Pt II: Prehistory and the Beginnings of Civilization, Jacquetta Hawkes and Sir Leonard Woolley, George, Allen and Unwin Ltd.. London (for UNESCO), 1993.
Preface: 2

26. HOR 

Hymns of the Rigveda (complete translation) by Ralph T.H. Griffith, 1889. (Edition used in this volume published by Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt.  Ltd., New Delhi, 1987).
Ch. 2: 1.

Ch. 10: 1, 3-12, 15-16, 25-28, 34, 41, 47, 63-64.

27. IASA 

The Indo-Aryans of Ancient South Asia: Language, Material Culture and Ethnicity edited by George Erdosy (Papers by Michael Witzel and P. Oktor Skjærvø), Walter de Gruyter, Berlin-New York, 1995.
Ch. 4: 9-11, 13.
Ch. 6: 12-29, 78-80, 93-96.
Ch. 7: 15-29, 31-41.

Ch. 9: 3-4, 6-100, 102-146, 148-163, 166, 168-170.

28. IAW 

India and the Ancient World: History, Trade and Culture Before A.D. 650 edited by Gilbert Pollet (Paper by Michael Witzel), Department Oriëntalistiek Leuven, 1987.
Ch. 4:12
Ch. 9: 5, 101, 147, 164-165, 167.

29. IE and IE 

Indo-European and Indo-Europeans edited by George Cardona, Henry M. Hoenigswald and Alfred Senn, (Paper by Isidore Dyen), University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, 1970.
Ch. 7: 125-126.

30. IE and THE IE 

Indo-European and The Indo-Europeans by T. Gamkrelidze and V. Ivanov, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin, 1995.
Ch. 7: 140.

31. IED 

The Indo-European Dialects by Antoine Meillet (translated by Samuel N. Rosenberg), Alabama Linguistic and Philological Series No. 15, University of Alabama Press, 1967 (original book 1908, second edition 1922).
Ch. 7: 60, 66-75, 79-82, 84-85, 89-90, 94, 169-176, 178, 180.

32. IELS 

Indo-European Language and Society by Emile Benveniste (translated by Elizabeth Palmer), Faber and Faber Ltd., London, 1973 (first 1969).
Ch. 8: 57-59.

33. II

Indigenous Indians: Agastya to Ambedkar by Koenraad Elst, Voice of India, New Delhi, 1993.
Preface: 1.

34. IIS 

Indo-Iranian Studies: I by J.C. Tavadia, ViSva Bharati, Santiniketan, 1950.
Ch. 6:97.

35. IVA 

India in the Vedic Age: A History of Expansion in India by Purushottam Lal Bhargava, Upper India Publishing House Pvt. Ltd, Lucknow, 1971 (first 1956).
Ch. 5: 3
Ch. 7: 55

36. LEM 

Larousse Encyclopaedia of Mythology translated by Richard Aldington and Delano Ames, Batchworth Press Ltd., 1959 (from Larousse Mythologie Générale edited by Felix Guirand, published in France by Augé, Gillon, Hollia-Larousse, Moreau, etc., Cie, the Librairie Larousse)
Ch. 7:49-50.
Ch. 8: 66-67

Ch. 10: 22-23, 29-33, 35, 38-39, 43-44, 46, 48-51, 53, 57-60.

37. MBH 

The MahAbhArata, Vol.II (Parvas 2 and 3) translated and edited by J.A.B. van Buitenen, The University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London, 1973.
Ch. 4: 6.

38. ODBL 

The Origin and Development of the Bengali Language, Pt. I by Sunitikumar Chatterjee, George, Allen and Unwin Ltd, London 1970 (first by Calcutta University Press, 1926)
Ch. 7: 129, 179, 181.
Ch. 8: 48.

39. OHI 

The Oxford History of India by Vincent A. Smith, edited by Percival Spear, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 3rd edition 1970.
Ch. 8: 4

40. OST 

Original Sanskrit Texts on the Origin and History of the People of India, Vol.  H by John Muir, Trübner and Co., London, 3rd edition, 1874.
Ch. 8: 47.

41. PAO 

The Problem of Aryan Origins by K.D. Sethna, Aditya Prakashan, New Delhi, 1992.
Ch. 8: 267-270.

42. RGE 

The Rise of the Greek Epic by Gilbert Murray, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 2nd edition, 1911.
Ch. 1: 4.

43. RR 

Rgveda Repetitions by Maurice Bloomfield, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachussetts, (2 volumes), 1916.
Ch. 1: 3.

44. SA 

Sri Aurobindo, Volume 10: The Secret of the Veda, Sri Aurobindo Birth Centenary Library, Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry, 1971.
Ch. 8: 242-251.

45. SBE 

Sacred Books of the East, (Volume 23): The Zend Avesta, Pt. II Sirozahs, Yasts and NyAyis by James Darmetester, Motilal Banarsidas Delhi-Varanasi-Patna, 1969 (first published Clarendon Press, 1883).
Ch. 6: 82

46. SOILSA 

Sinhalese and Other Island Languages in South Asia by M.W.S. de Silva, Gunter Narr Verlag, Tübingen, 1979.
Ch. 7: 158-166.

47. SOR 

The Seers of the Rgveda by V.G. Raburkar, University of Poona, Pune, 1964.
Ch. 8:5-7, 18, 39-40, 51, 257.

48.  SPP 

Sino-Platonic Papers Number 7, January 1988, Indo-European Vocabulary in Old Chinese: A New Thesis on the Emergence of Chinese Language and Civilization in the Late Neolithic Age by Tsung-tung Chang, Department of Oriental Studies, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
Ch. 7: 117-124.

49. TAP 

The Aryan Problem edited by S.B. Deo and Suryakant Kamath, Bharatiya Itihasa Sankalana Samiti, Maharashtra, Pune, 1993.
Ch. 8: 252-253, 255, 261-266.

50. TLP 

The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry (translated by Katherine Woods), Piccolo Books in association with Heinemann, Pan Books, London, 1974 (first 1945).
Ch. 7: 182.

51. VAOC 

Vedic Aryans and the Origins of Civilization by NS. Rajaram and David Frawley, Voice of India, New Delhi, 1997 (first published by World Heritage Press, Canada, 1997).
Ch. 9: 2.

52. VI 

Vedic Index of Names and Subjects by A.A. Macdonell and A.B. Keith, Motilal Banarsidas and Co., (reprint), Varanasi, 1958.
Ch. 3: 7.

53. VM 

The Vedic Mythology by A.A Macdonell, Indological Book House, (reprint) Varanasi, 1963.
Ch. 3: 5-6.
Ch. 4: 14-19.
Ch. 7: 30.
Ch. 8: 49.

Ch. 10: 2, 14, 17-21, 37, 40, 45, 55, 65.

54. VMT 

Vedic Mythological Tracts by RN Dandekar (Selected Writings, Volume I), Ajanta Publications, Delhi, 1979.
Ch. 8: 9-16,  23, 36-38, 65.

55.  VPHG 

The Vedic People: Their History and Geography by Rajesh Kochhar, Orient Longman, New Delhi, 1999.
Ch. 4: 1-3.

56. YAJ 

The Yajurveda (translated by) Devi Chand, Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt.  Ltd., New Delhi, 4th edition, 1988.
Ch. 8: 236-241.

57. ZCR 

Zarathushtra and his Contemporaries in the Rigveda by Shapurji Kavasji Hodiwala, published by himself, Bombay (Mumbai), 1913.
Ch. 6:84-88.

58. ZTH 

Zoroaster’s Time and Homeland: A Study on the Origins of Mazdeism and Related Problems by Gherardo Gnoli, Instituto Universitario Orientale, Seminario di Studi Asiatici, (Series Minor VII), Naples, 1980.
Ch. 6: 30-76, 89-90.

59. Various Journals and Newspapers
Ch. 7: 139, 145, 149, 150-152
Ch. 8: 128
 

BOOKS NOT MENTIONED IN FOOTNOTES

1. Aryan and Non-Aryan in South Asia: Evidence Interpretation and Ideology, edited by Johannes Bronkhort and Madhav M. Deshpande, Harvard Oriental Series, Opera Minor, Vol. 3, Cambridge, 1999; Distributed by South Asia Books, Columbia, Missouri, U.S.A.

(The book is in print at the time of printing this present volume, and the quotations from the rough draft of this paper are given between the quotations in footnotes 138 and 139 in Chapter 7).

2. A Vedic Word-Concordance Section I SamhitA (in 6 volumes), Vishva Bandhu, The Shantakuti Vedic Series, Vishveshvaranand Vedic Research Institute, Hoshiarpur, Vol. I (1942), Vol. II (1955), Vol. III (1956), Vol. IV (1959), Vol. V (1962), Vol. VI (1963).

(These volumes are indispensable in any Vedic research).

3. The Bible, Revised Standard Version, with illustrations by Horace Knowles, The British and Foreign Bible Society, 2nd edition, 1971.


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