November 15, 2013


LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS

a=article

AAC = Authority, Anxiety, and Canon (ed. Laurie L. Patton). SUNY 1994

AAJ = Tara Sethia, ed., Ahiṃsā, Anekānta and Jainism. Delhi 2004

AandS = Anekantāvāda and Syādvāda. Ed. Rai Ashwini Kumar and Anil Datta Mishra. Ladnum 1996

AB (school) = Abhidharma Buddhism. (See AB section of Part IV)

AB=Adyar Bulletin (Adyar, Madras) (=The Theosophist) 1 (1879) - 106 (1983)

Abhinavagupta = K.C.Pandeya, Abhinavagupta. Second edition. ChSSt 1, 1963

ABK = A Buddhist Kaleidoscope: Essays on the Lotus Sūtra. Ed. Gene Reeves. Tokyo 2002

ABORI = Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Institute (Poona). 1 (1918) - 91 (2011) [PK101.B6] [M-10]

ABS(G)B = Amitābha-Buddha-Śrīḥ. Gems of Buddhism. Edited by Sushma Kulshreshtha. Delhi 1996

ABSP = Akhila Bhāratīya Sanskrit Parishad (Lucknow). See Rtam

Ac = Acintyabhedābheda Vedānta. (See Ac section of Part IV)

Acarya-Vandana = Ācārya-Vandana. D.R.Bhandarkar Birth Centenary Volume. Ed. Samaresh Bandyopadhyay. Calcutta 1984

ACIS, see CIS

Acta Asiatica = Acta Asiatica (Tokyo). 1 (1960) - 97 (2009) [EAsia] DS. A45]

ActInd = Acta Indologica (Japan). 1 (1970 - 8 (1995)

ActOD = Acta Orientalia (Copenhagen). 1 (1922) - 71 (2010) (Elect.)

ActOP = Acta Orientalia (Budapest). 1 (1951) - 54 (2001)

ACV = Anesaki Commemoration Volume. Tokyo

ACW = Complete Works of Swami Abhedananda. Calcutta 1967-1970. Ten volumes, numbered consecutively

AD = Action Dharma. New Studies in Engaged Buddhism (ed. Christopher Queen, Charles Prebish and Damian Keown). London 2003

Ad = A Descriptive Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts in the Adyar Library, compiled by V. Krishnamacharya. Adyar, Madras

ADR = Aṣṭādaśaratna. Eighteen of Śaṃkara's works edited by M. M. Trivedi by Nathuram Sarma. Ahmedabad 1914

ADU = text whose author's dates and dates of composition are unknown

AdV = R. Balasubramanian (ed.), Advaita Vedānta. Volume II, part 2 of History of Science, Philosophy and Culture in Indian Civilization (Gen. Ed. D.P.Chattopadhyaya). New Delhi 2000

Adyar = The Adyar Library, Theosophical Society, Adyar, Madras

AEO = Archives d'Études Orientales (Upsala). 1 (1910) - 20 (1930)

Aevum = Aevum 1 (1927) - 51 (1977)

AG or Ag = Acyuta Granthamālā (Banaras)

AGP = Paul Deussen, Allgemeine Geschichte der Philosophie. Leipzig 1894-1917

AgSS = Āgamodaya Sanskrit Series

AHEW = C. C. Berfoot (ed.), Aldous Huxley between East and West. Studies in Comparative Literature 37. Amsterdam 2001

AIBP = T.R.Sharma, An Introduction to Buddhist Philosophy (Vijñānavāda and Mādhyamika). Delhi 1994

AICSB = Annual of the Institute for Comprehensive Studies of Buddhism, Taisho University. 10 (1988) - 13 (1991)

AICL = Ancient Indian Culture and Literature (Pt. Gaṅgā Rām Commemoration Volume). Ed. Mohan Chand. Delhi 1980

AIFBS = All Indian Frontier Bauddha Sammelan International Buddhist Conference (Sept. 15-19, 1978). Ed. Lodi G. Gyari. Delhi 1978

AIK = Aus Indiens Kultur. Festgabe Richard von Garbe. Erlangen 1927

AIPHO = Annuaire de l'Institut de philologie et d'histoire orientales et slaves (Bruxelles)

AISC = An Apostle of India's Spiritual Culture. Souvenir Released on the Auspices of the 60th Birthday Anniversary (Ṣaṣṭyabdapūrti) of H.H. Sri Swami Chidanandaji Maharaj. Tehri-Garhwal 1976

Aj = Ajīvika. (See Aj section of Part IV.)

Ajaya-Sri = Ajaya-Śrī: Recent Studies in Indology: Prof. Ajay Mitra Shastri Felicitation Volume. Vol. II. Delhi 1989

AJMR = Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register (London). 16 (1822) - 4th series 1 (1845)

Ajnana = T.R.V.Murti, G.R.Malkani and R. Das, Ajñāna. COS 26, London 1933

AJOS = Aligarh Journal of Oriental Studies. 1 (1984) - 6.1-2 (1989)

AJP = Australasian Journal of Philosophy. 1 (1922) - 89 (2011) http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/00048402.asp. (B1. A8)

AJSP = Approaches to Jaina Studies. Philosophy, Logic, Ritual and Symbol. Ed. N. K. Wagle and Olle Qvarnström. Toronto 1999

AKM = Abhandlungen für die Kunde des Morgenlandes. 1 (1857) - 62 (2008)

ALA = Asian Library (Adyar)

ALB = Adyar Library Bulletin (Adyar). (=Brahmavidyā). 1 (1937) - 71 (2007) [BP500. A38 [2003-] [M-317]

AligarhJOS = Aligarh Journal of Oriental Studies (Aligarh). 1 (1984)

ALIPC (=IAL) = Arts and Letters--India, Pakistan and Ceylon (London). 1 (1925) - 376 (1963)

Altar Flowers = Altar Flowers. Calcutta 1934

AM = Asia Major (Leipzig). 1 (1924) - 15 (1939); n.s. 1 (1949) - 19.2 (1975); 3d series 8 (1995)-20 (2007), 22-23.1 (2010) (Elect.)

Amala Prajna = Amalā Prajñā: Aspects of Buddhist Studies. Professor P.V.Bapat Felicitation Volume. Edited by N.H.Samtani and H.S.Prasad. Bibliotheca Indo-Buddhica 63. Delhi 1989

AManjS = Advaitamañjari Series (Kumbhakonam)

AMG = Annales du Musée Guimet (Paris)

AMGG = Abhandlungen der Marburger Gelehrten Gesellschaft

AMP = Ārhatamataprabhākara

Amrtadhara = Amṛtadhārā. Professor R.N.Dandekar Felicitation Volume. Ed. by S.D.Joshi. Delhi 1984

AN = Acharya Nagarjuna (ed. A.K.V.S.Reddy, V.V.Krishna Sastri, J. Kedarasvami. Hyderabad 2003

Ananda = Ānanda. Papers on Buddhism and Indology. A Felicitation Volume to Ananda Weihana Palliya Guruge on his 60th Birthday. Colombo 1990

Anjali = Papers on Indology and Buddhism. A Felicitation Volume presented to Oliver Hector de Alwis Wijesekera on his 60th birthday. Ed. J. Tolakasuri. Peradeniya 1970

AnnualJP = Annual Journal of Philosophy. Philosophy Association, Y.D.College, Lakhimpur-Kheri. 1 (1959-60) - 3 (1961-62)

Annuaire EPHE = Annuaire EPHE de l'Ecole pratiques des hautres etudes. Section des sciences religieuses. 91, 1952 - 106, 1997-98

AnO = Anecdota Oxoniensa, Aryan Series. 1 (1881) - 9 (1909)

Anviksa = AnvĪkṣā. Research Journal of the Department of Sanskrit, Jadavpur University, Calcutta. 1 (1966) - 6 (19072), 17 (1998) - 31 (2010) [PK401. A5]

AnyaV = Anyakhyātīyā Vidvatsaṃgoṣṭhī. Papers and Proceedings on Anyatkhyātivāda during the Seminar on the Vāllabha Theory of Error. Mandvi, Kutch 2002

AO = Archiv Orientalni (Prague). 1 (1929) - 73 (2005)

AOR = Annals of Oriental Research (Madras). 1 (1936) - 33 (2000)[PK1. A66] [M-318]

AOTV = Aspects of the Vedānta. Madras 1903

AOV = Acta Orientalia Vilnensia. 1 (2000) - 4 (2003), 6 (2005) - 7 (2006) [CB253.A28]

AP = Aryan Path (Bombay). 1 (1930) - 49 (1978)

APCP = Bimal Krishna Matilal and Jaysankar Lal Shaw (eds.), Analytical Philosophy in Comparative Perspective. Dordrecht 1985

Apoha = Apoha. Buddhist Nominalism and Human Cognition. Edited by Mark Siderits, Tom Tillemans and Arindam Chakrabarti. New York: Columbia Unive5rsi6ty Press 2011

AProf = Asian Profile. See AsP

AR = Asiatic Researches

ARCV = Āchārya Rāy Commemoration Volume. Ed. H.N. Dutt et al. Calcutta 1932

ARION = Annals of the Royal Institute Orientale di Napoli (Naples). 1 (1929) - 10 (1936-38)

ARIRSU = Annual Report of the International Research Institute for Advanced Buddhology at Soka University. 1 (1997) - 20 (2008), 22-24 (2010-2013)

ARL = Asiatic Review (London), 1 (1896) - n.s. 55 (1959)

ARROU = Annual Report of Researches of the Otani University. 2 (1943)- 20 (1967), 23 (1970) - 52 (2000)

Articleschoisis = Peter Skilling, Articleschoisis. Bangkok 2005

ARTU = Annual Report of the Faculty of Letters, Tohoku University (Tokyo). 1 (1950) - 26 (1976)

Aruna-Bharati = Aruṇa-Bhāratī. Prof. A.N.Jani Felicitation Volume. Baroda 1983

ARWEP = A.R.Wadia: Essays in Philosophy presented in his honor. Ed. S. Radhakrishnan et al. Bangalore 1954

AS = Asiatische Studien (Zurich). 1 (1947) - 66.1-2 (2012) [DS1.A54]

ASBP = G.C.Nayak (ed.), Analytical Studies in Buddhist Philosophy. Bhubaneshwar 1984

ASBud = Aspects of Buddhism. Silver Jubilee Commemoration Volume of the Sikkim Research Institute of Tibetology. Sikkim 1993

ASDJ = Diamond Jubilee Commemoration Volume of the Advaita Sabhā of Kumbakonam. Part One. Edited by S. Subrahmanya Sastri. Kumbhakonam 1960

AshSS = Asutosh Sanskrit Series (Calcutta)

Asiatica = Asiatica. Festschrift Weller. 1954

AsIS = M.L.Wadekar, Aspects of Indological Studies. Delhi 2001

AsP = Asian Profile (Hong Kong) 1 (1973) - 37 (2009) (DS1.A48-EAsia)

AsPI = Aspects of India. Essays on Indian Politics and Culture. Ed. Noel O'Sullivan. Delhi 1997

AspJ 1 = Sagarmal Jain (ed.), Lala Harjas Rai Commemoration Volume. Aspects of Jainology, Volume 1. Varanasi 1987

AspJ 2 = M.A.Dhaky and Sagarmal Jain (eds.), Pt. Bechardas Doshi Commemoration Volume. Aspects of Jainology, Volume 2. Varanasi 1987

AspJ 3 = M.A.Dhaky and Sagarmal Jain (eds.), Pt. Dalsukh Bhai Malvania Felicitation Volume I. Varanasi 1991

AsPOxford = Asian Philosophy (Oxford). 1 (1990) - 22.1, 3-4, 2012 , 23.1-3 (2013)

ASS = Ānandāśrama Sanskrit Series (Poona)

AsSt = Asian Studies (Philippines). 1 (1963) - 13 (1975)

ASVOI, see JSVRI

ATAC = Asian Texts - Asian Contexts. Ed. by Davbid Jones and E.R.Klein. Albany, N.Y. 2010

Atmanand = Jaināchārya Shrī Ātmānanda Centenary Commemoration Volume. Bombay 1936

ATS = Asian Thought and Society. 1 (1976) - 26 (No.77) (2001)

AUJR = Agra University Journal of Research. 1 (1952) - 26, 28-32; n.s. 1 (1969) - 3 (1985)

AUM = Allahabad University Magazine. 11-12 (1932-34), 14 (1935-36), 19 (1938) - 25 (1946), 28 (1949) - 35.1 (1954)

AUS = Allahabad University Studies: Arts Section. 1 (1925) - 1968; n.s. 1 (1969) - 3 (1971)

AUSS = Allahabad University Sanskrit Series

AV = Advaita Vedānta. (See AV section of Part IV)

AWBI = Alex Wayman, Buddhist Insight. Ed. George Elder. Delhi 1984

b = book

B = G. Bühler, A Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts contained in the Private Libraries of Gujarat, Kathiavad, Kachch, Sindh, and Khandesh. Bombay 1871-73

BAEO = Boletin de la Asociacion Española de Orientalistas (Madrid). 1 (1965) - 35 (1999)

BAFS = Bulletin annuel de la fondation suisse (Université de Paris: Cité Universitaire)

Bailey = H.W.Bailey, Khotanese Buddhist Texts. Cambridge Oriental Series 3. London 1951

BAMP = Charles S. Prebish (ed.), Buddhism: A Modern Perspective. University Park, Pa. 1975

BandD = Buddhism and Deconstructions. Edited by Jin Y. Park. Lanham, Md. 2006

BandJ = Harish Chandra Das et al. (eds.), Buddhism and Jainism. Cuttack 1976

BandP = Bhakti and Philosophy. Ed. R. Raj Singh. Lanham, Md. 2006

BandS = Buddhism and Science. Edited by Buddhadasa P. Kirthisinghe. Delhi 19844

Baroda = Raghavan Nambiyar, An Alphabetical List of Manuscripts in the Oriental Institute, Baroda. Vol. I. GOS 97, 1942

BasavaJ = Basava Journal. 1 (1976)

BASR = Bulletin de l'Academie des Sciences de URSS (Russia)

BAT = Buddhism and American Thinkers. Albany, N.Y. 1984

Bauddhavidyasudhakara = Bauddhavidyāsudhākarah. Studies in Honour of Heinz Bechert on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday. Ed. Petra Kieffer-Pulz and Jens-Uwe Hartmann. Indica et Tibetica 30. Swisstal-Odendorf 1997

BBB = Dan Arnold, Buddhists, Brahmins and Belief. Epistemology in South Asian Philosophy of Religion. New York 2005 [BQ4440. H76 2006]

BBR = Ramesh M. Dave et al., eds., The Bhakti-Bhagawan Relationship. Ahmedabad 1988

BBRAS, see JASB

BBSRU = Bulletin of Buddhist Studies. Ryukoku University. 5 (1972) - 9 (1996)

BBudh = Bibliotheca Buddhica (St. Petersburg)

BCAR = B. C. Asian Review. 2 (1988) - 2-6, 8, 10 (1997)

BCCRS = Buddhism: Critical Concepts in Religious Studies. Edited by Paul Williams. Eight volumes. London 2005

BCD = Buddhist-Christian Dialogue (ed. Paul O. Ingram.), Honolulu 1986

BCGV = Bulletin of the Chunilal Gandhi Vidyabhavan. 1 (1954) - 26 (1982)

BCH = The Blackwell Companion to Hinduism. Ed. Gavin Flood. Oxford 2003

BChS = Buddhist-Christian Studies Volume 10. Edited b David W. Chappell. Honolulu 1990

BCLS = Bulletin de la classe des lettres et des sciences morales et politiques: Academie Royale de Belgique (Bruxelles). 1899-1976

BCLV = D.R.Bhandarkar et al., eds., B. C. Law Volume. Two volumes. Calcutta 1945

BCON = Buddhadasa P. Kirthisinghe (ed.), Buddhist Concepts Old and New. Bibliotheca Indo-Buddhica No. 9. Delhi 1983

BCW = Buddhism in a Changing World. Proceedings of the 7th International Buddhist Conference. Bodhgaya 1981

BCWCC = Ananda W. P. Guruge and D. C. Ahir (eds.), Buddhism's Contribution to the World Culture and Civilization. New Delhi 1977

BD = Bhedābheda/Dvaitādvaita Vedānta. (See BD section of Part IV)

BDCRI = Bulletin of the Deccan College Research Institute (Poona). 1 (1939-40) - 64-67 (2007) [DS401.D4]

BDCV = Dr. Bhagavan Das Centenary Volume (1869-1969). Varanasi 1969

BDDKK = Bukkyo Daigaku Daigakuin Kenkyu Kiyo (Kyoto)

BDE = Thomas A. Kochumuttam, A Buddhist Doctrine of Experience. A New Translation and Interpretation of the Works of Vasubandhu the Yogācārin. Delhi 1982

Beal = Samuel Beal, A Catena of Buddhist Scriptures. London 1871

BEFEO = Bulletin de l'École Francaise d'Extreme-Orient (Paris). 1 (1901) - 93 (2006)

BELP = Kalyan Kumar Dasgupta (ed.), Buddhism, Early and Late Phases. Calcutta 1985

BEM = Louis de la Vallée Poussin, Bouddhisme: Études et Matèriaux. London 1914-1919, 1918

Ben = A Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Library of the Benares Sanskrit College. Supplement to Pan 3-9, 1864-1874

BenSS = Benares Sanskrit Series

BerlinIndStud, see BIS

BEWC = Buddhism and the Emerging World Civilization. Essays in Honor of Nolan Pliny Jacobson (ed. Ramakrishna Puligandla and Robert Lee Miller). Carbondale, I. 1996

Beyer = Stephen Beyer, The Buddhist Experience. Encino, Cal. 1974

BF = The Buddhist Forum (School of Orieintal and African Studies, University of London). 1-6 (2001)

BGDWU = Bulletin of the Graduate Division of the Waseda University (Tokyo). 1 (1956) - 8 (1962)

BGG = Buddhismus im Geschichte und Gegenwart. Band III: Śāntidevas 'Eintritt in des Leben dur Erleuchtung. Hamburg 1999

BGIS = Bulletin of the Greater India Society (Calcutta). 1 (1926) - 5 (1928)

BGK = Bukkyogaku Kenkyu (Kyoto). 1 (1949) - 55 (1999)

BGOMLM = Bulletin of the Government Oriental Manuscripts Library (Madras). 1 (1948) - 21 (1976)

BGP1/2 =Buddhism in Global Perspective. Edited by Kalpakam Sankaranarayana, Ichigo Ozawa and Revindra Panth. Two volumes. Mumbai 2007

Bh = Bhāratī: Bulletin of the College of Indology, Banaras Hindu University. 1 (1957) - 26 (2000-2002)

BhakStud = G.W.Bailey and I.Kesarcodi-Watson (eds.), Bhakti Studies. New Delhi 1992.

Bh-Bhanam = Bhāratī-Bhānam (Light of Indology). Dr. K. V. Sarma Felicitation Volume. Ed. G. Bhanskaran Nair. Punjab University Indological Series 26. Hoshiarpur 1980

Bharati, see Bh

BharKau = Bhārata-Kaumudī. Studies in Indology in honor of Dr. Radha Kumud Mookerji. Allahabad 1945

BHerm = Donald S. Lopez (ed.), Buddhist Hermeneutics. Honolulu 1988

BHIA = G. Oberhammer (ed.), Beiträge zur Hermeneutik indischer und abendlandischen Religionstraditionen. Wien 1991

BHISS = Buddhist-Hindu Interactions from Śākyamuni to Śankarācārya. Ed. V. Subramanian. Delhi 1993

BhM = Bhārata Manīshā. 1 (1975) - 5.1 (1979)

Bhr = R.G.Bhandarkar, Report on the search for Sanskrit manuscripts in the Bombay Presidency during the year 1882. Bombay 1884

BHUAb = Abstracts of the Theses accepted for the Ph. D. Degree of Banaras Hindu University. 5-6 (1965)

BhV = Bhāratīya Vidyā (Bombay). 1 (1939) - 64.1-2 (2004) [DS401.B48] [A-4695]

BI = Bibliotheca India (Calcutta)

BIAPSL = Bulletin international de l'Academie Polonaise des Sciences et des Lettres. Classe de philologie et de philosophie (=Polska Akademja Umiejetnosci). 1901-1953

BIBS = Bibliotheca Indo-Buddhica Series. 1 (1982) - 53 (1988)

BIEW = Beiträge für Indienforschung. Ernst Waldschmidt zum 80.Geburtstag gewidmet. Berlin 1977

BIS = Berliner Indologische Studien (Berlin). 1 (1985) - 20 (2012)[DS423.B39]

BITC = Bulletin of the Institute of Traditional Cultures (Madras). 1 (1957) - 1982 [continued as BITCSSEA to 1993]

BITCSSEA = Bulletin of the Institute of Traditional Cultures of South and S.E.Asia (Madras) [a continuation of BITC to 1993]

BK = Bukkyo Kenkyu. 1 (1937) - 8 (1954), 27 (1998), 29 (2000)

BKA = Bhaktakusumāñjali. Ed. P. P. Subrahmanya Sastri. Srirangam 1938

BKBCV = Professor Birinchi Kumar Barua Commemoration Volume. Gauhati 1966

BKM = Winifred Lewis (ed.), Basanta Kumar Mallik. A Garland of Homage. London 1961

BKMEE = The Collected Essays of Bimal Krishna Matilal. Ethics and Epics. Oxford 2002

BKMPCR = Philosophy, Culture and Religion. Essays by Bimal Krishna Matilal. Ed. Jonardon Ganeri. London 2002

BL (school) = Buddhist Logic, i.e. Sautrāntika Buddhism, including Dignāga's school. (See BL section of Part IV)

BL = Th. Stcherbatsky, Buddhist Logic. Two volumes. Leningrad 1930 (=BBuddh 26); The Hague 1958; New York 1962

BLD = Buddhistische Leben und Denken (Berlin). 1 (1930) - 12 (1941)

BLE = B.K.Matilal (ed.), Buddhist Logic and Epistemology. Studies in the Buddhist Analysis of Inference and Language. Dordrecht 1984

BLSam = Baudhalaghugranthasamgraha (a collection of minor Buddhist texts). Edited by Janardan Pandey. Sarnath 1997

BLTR = Bhartrhāri, Language, Thought and Reality. Proceedings of the International Seminar, Delhi 12-14, 20-03). Ed. Mithilesh Chaturvedi. Delhi 2009

BM = Benares Magazine (Calcutta). 5 (1851) - 7 (1852)

BMBCV = Dr. B. M. Barua Centenary Volume. Calcutta 1989

BMI = Bulletin of the Mithilā Institute of Post-Graduate Studies and Research in Sanskrit Learning (Darbhanga) 3 (1967) - 7.1 (1971)

BMT = E.B.Cowell, Buddhist Mahāyāna Texts. Two volumes. SBE 49, 1894; Delhi 1965, 1968, 1972, 1975; New York 1969

BN = Brahmanirūpaṇa. Śaṃkara's works edited by Vishnu Narayana Maduskar. Bombay 1914

BNKS = B. N. Krishnamurti Sharma, A History of the Dvaita School of Vedānta and its Literature. Revised Delhi 1981.

BNKSRP = B.N.K.Sharma, My Further Ten Research Papers. Mumbai 2002

Bodas = M. R. Bodas, Introduction to the Second Edition of 1014.7.10 Annambhatta, Tarkasaṃgraha, ed. with Govardhana's Nyāyabodhina and tr. byM. R. Bodas. BSPS 55, 1918, pp. xiv-lxi

BodCat II = Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library. Volume II. Oxford 1905

Bodhi Baum = Bodhi Baum. Zeitschrift für Buddhismus und Meditatives Leben (Wien). 8 (1983) - 9.4 (1984)

Bodhi-Chara = Bodhi-Chara. Journal of Buddhist History and Culture (Patna). 4 (1996)

Bodhi-Rasmi = Bodhi-Raśmi. Third International Conference on Buddhism and National Cultures. New Delhi 1984

BonnOS = Bonner Orientalische Studien (= Studia Indologica)

BOr = Beyond Orientalism. The Work of Wilhelm Halbfass and its Impact on Indian and Cross-Cultural Studies (ed. Eli Franco and Karin Preisendanz). Poznana Studies of the Sciences and the Humanities 59, 1997

BORI = Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, Poona

BP = R. G. Bhandarkar, Report on the Search for Sanskrit Manuscripts in the Bombay Presidency during the Year 1883-1884. Bombay 1887

BPBS = Citrarekha V. Kher, Buddhism as presented by the Brahmanical Systems. Delhi 1992

BPSN = Buddhist Publications Society Newsletter. 01 (1985) - 46 (2000), 55 (2006) - 65, 2011 (elect.

BPTD = Buddhist Poetry, Thought and Diffusion. Sutra-Pitakak Series, Indo-Asia Literature Vol. 630. New Dellhi 2010. Two volumes

BQ = Buddhist Quarterly (=Buddhist Forum). 8 (1975) - 15 (1983)

BR = Buddhist Review. 1 (1909) - 11 (1921)

BrB = Breaking Barriers. Essays in Asian and Comparative Philosophy in Honor of Ramakrishna Puligandla. Ed. Frank J. Hoffman and Godabarisha Mishra, with David Mantulva. Fremont, CA. 2003

BRD = Buddhism and Religious Diversity. Edited by Perry Schmidt-Leukel. Volume I:; Eastern Relligions. London 2013

BRMIC = Bulletin of the Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture (Calcutta). 1  (1950) - 60 (2009) [B133.R34 R3]

BSAM = Philip Denwood and Alexander Piatigorsky (eds.), Buddhist Studies Ancient and Modern. Collected Papers on South Asia 4. London 1983

BSDB = Leslie S. Kawamura (ed.), The Bodhisattva Doctrine in Buddhism. SR Supplement 10. Calgary 1981

BSHHS = Gatare Dhammapala et al. (eds.), Buddhist Studies in honour of Hammalavi Saddhatissa. Nugagoda, Sri Lanka 1984

BSIBH = Buddhist Studies in honor of I.B.Horner (edited by L. Cousins, A. Kunst and K.R.Norman). Dordrecht 1974

BSCV = Benidhar Sharma Commemoration Volume.. Ed. G. N. Bhuyan and D. Chutia. Gauhati 1987

BSHPLD = Buddhist Studies in Honour of Professor Lily de Silva. U. of Peredeniya, 2002

BSM = Bṛhatstotramuktāhāra (Bombay). 1912, 1916, 1923

BSOAS = Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. 1 (1937) - 76.1 (2013)[PJ3. L6] [elect.]

BSPF = Buddhist Studies Present and Future. Paris 1992

BSPS = Bombay Sanskrit and Prakrti Series

BSR = Bṛhatstotraratnākara. Volume I: Bombay 1888, 1906, 1910, 1918, 1919, 1920; Benares 1923, 1926, 1927, 1929. In Telugu characters, Madras 1897-1905. In grantha characters, Madras 1903-04

BSS = Benares Sanskrit Series

BSSS = Bṛhatstotrasaritsāgara. Bombay 1927

BSWR = Buddhist Studies in honour of Walpola Rahula. Ed. by S. Balasoriya et al. London 1980

BTAPR = Buddhist Thought and Applied Psychological Research. Transcending the Boundaries. Edited by D. K. Nauriyal, Michael S. Drummond, and B. Lal. London 2006

BTCIK = Buddhist Thought and Culture in India and Korea. Ed. S. R. Bhatta. New Delhi 2003

BTE = Between the Empires. Edited by Patrick Olivelle. Oxford 2006

BTPP = Duboom Tulku (ed.), Buddhist Translations. Problems and Perspectives. Delhi 1995

BudA1 = Buddhist Asia 1. Papers from the First Conference of Buddhist Studies held in Naples in May 2001. Edited by Giovanni Verandi and Silvia Vita. Kyoto 2003

BudBible = Dwight Goddard (ed.), A Buddhist Bible (Thetford, Vt. 1932; New York 1935-37, 1952; Boston 1990)

BudCompL = Sanghasen Singh (ed.), Buddhism in Comparative Light. Acharya Anukul Chandra Banerjee Commemoration Volume. Delhi 1999

Buddhism 2001 = Peter Harvey (ed.), Buddhism. London 2001

Buddhist = The Buddhist Vesak Annual. 37.12 (1967) - 68 (1996-7)

Buddhist-Christian Studies (Hawaii). 5 (1985) - 7 (1987)

BudDig = Buddhist Digest. English Series (Penang). 17 (1987), 21 (1989) - 22 (1989)

BudHerIA = Donald S. Lopez (ed.), Buddhist Hermeneutics. Honolulu 1988

BudIA = Kalpakam Sankaranarayanan, Motohira Youtoniya and Shubhadra A. Joshi (eds.), Buddhism In India and Abroad: An Integrating Influence in Vedic and Post-Vedic Perspective. Bombay 1996

BudinP = Donald S. Lopez (ed.), Buddhism in Practice. Princeton, N. J. 1995

BudManC = Stephen C. Berkwitz, Juliane Schober and Claudia Brown (eds.), Buddhist Manuscript Cultures: Knowledge, Ritual and Art. London 2009

BudMC = Ernst Steinkellner, Buddhist Manuscripts in China. Proceedings of a panel at the 2008 Beijing Seminar on Tibetan Studies, Oct. 13th to 17th. In cooperation with Duen Qing and Helmut Krasser. Beijing: China Tibetan Publication House, 2009

BudP = Buddhism and Peace: An Interdisciplinary Study. Ed. G. Sundaram Ramaiah, K. Ravi and S.D.A.Joga Rao. Visakhapatnam 1991

BudPhilCult = Buddhist Philosophy and Culture: Essays in Honor of N.A.Jayawickrame. Colombo 1987

BudPS = Buddhist and Pali Studies in Honour of The Venerable Professor Kakkapalliye Anuruddha. Edited by K. L. Dhammajoti and Y. Karunadasa. Hong Kong 2009

BudS = Buddhist Studies. Edited by Richard Gombrich and Cristina Scherrer-Schaub. Delhi 2008

BudScrip = Edward Conze, Buddhist Scripture. Penguin 1959

BudSp = Buddhist Spirituality. Indian, Southeast Asian, Tibetan, and Early Chinese. Ed. Takeuchi Yoshinori. New York 1993

BudSR = Buddhist Studies Review. 1 (1983) - 29 (2012) (Elect.)

BudTexts = Edward Conze, Buddhist Texts Through the Ages. Oxford 1954.

Buhler, see B

BukG = Bukkyogaku (Kyoto)

BukShig = Bukkyo Shigaku

Bulletin d'Etudes Indiennes = Bulletin d'Études Indiennes (Paris). 1 (1983) - 30 (2012)- [DS401.B82]

Bulletin of Tibetology = Bulletin of Tibetology. 1 (1964) - 12 (1975); n.s. 1981-40.2 (2004) (DS785.A1 B8)

Bunka = Bunka

BUOP = Bulletin of the University of Osaka Prefecture, Series C. 1 (1953) - 11 (1963)

Burnell = A. C. Burnell. A Classified Index to the Sanskrit Mss. in the palace at Tanjore. London 1880

BUUJH = Bhāratī. Utkal University Journal. Humanities. 7 (1973)

BV or BVa = The Brahmavādin. 1896-1914. n.s. 1 (1966) - 11 (1976)

BVK = Brahmavidyā (Kumbakonam). 1 (1948) - 5 (1953)

BVSAM = O.H.de Wijesekera, Buddhist and Vedic Studies: A Miscellany. Delhi 1994

BVSK = Bauddhavidyāsudhākaraḥ. Studies in Honour of Heinz Bechert on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday. Ed. Petra Kiffer-Putz and Jens-Uwe Hartmann. Indica et Tibetica 30, Swisstal-Odendorf 1997

BWB = Buddhist Wisdom Books (ed. Edward Conze). London 1958

BWP = Nathan Katz (ed.), Buddhist and Western Philosophy. New Delhi 1981; London 1988

BZLGI = Beiträge zur Literaturwissenschaft und Geistesgeschichte Indiens. Festgabe Hermann Jacobi. Bonn 1926

C = Cārvāka. (See C section of Part IV.)

CAJ = Central Asiatic Journal (Wiesbaden). 4 (1958-59) - 55.1 (2011)[DS327.C395]

CACY = K. Rama Krishna Rao, Cognitive Anomalies. Consciousne3ss and Yoga. HSPCIC XVI, Part 1. New Delhi 2011

CalSktCollege = Calcutta Sanskrit College

CalSS = Calcutta Sanskrit Series

CandC = Communication and Cognition (Ghent). 5 (1972) - 41.1-2 (2008)

CandI = Categorisation and Interpretation (ed. Folke Josephson). Gotebor 1999

Candragomin = Mark Tatz (tr.), Candragomin: Difficult Beginnings. Three Works on the Bodhisattva Path. Boston 1985

CardonaFest = Indian Linguistics Studies. Festschrift in Honor of George Cardona. Eds. Madhav M. Deshpande and Peter E. Hook. Delhi 2002

CAS = Contributions to Asian Studies. 1 (1971) - 18 (1984)

CASSt = CASS Studies (Poona). 1 (1973) - 5 (1980)

CaT = Mary Brockington and Peter Schreiner (eds.), Composing a Tradition: Concepts, Techniques and Relationships. Proceeding of the First Dubrovnik International Conference on the Sanskrit Epics and Puranas, August 1997. Zagreb 1999

CatPun = Catalogue of Sanskrit and Prakrit Manusciprts in Munirāja Śrī Puṇyavijayaji's Collection. Part I. Ahmedabad 1963

CB = Concerned Buddhism. 3 (2002) - 4 (2003)

CBR = S. Yamaguchi, Chugan Bukkyo Ronko. Kyoto 1944

CBWCC = P. N. Chopra and Tokar Sumi (eds.), Contribution of Buddhism to World Civilization and Culture. New Delhi 1983

CBWTC = Contribution of Buddhism to World Thought and Culture. Proceedings of the 6th International Buddhist Conference. Bodhgaya 1980

CCERHI = Charisma and Canon. Essays on the Religious History of the Indian Subcontinent. Ed. Vasudha Dalmia, Angelika Malinar and Merton Christof. New Delhi 2001

CCIP = Christian Contribution to Indian Philosophy. Ed. Anand Amaladass. Madras 1995

CDSFV = Chārudeva Śāstrī Felicitation Volume. Volume I. Delhi 1974 [PK2. Z5 S53 2 vols.]

CEA = Cahiers d'Extreme Asie. 1 (1985) - 11 (1999-2000)

CEAP = Companion Encyclopedia of Asian Philosophy (edited by Brian Carr and Indira Mahalingam). London 1997 [I have]

CEBKM I = The Collected Essays of Bimal Krishna Matilal. Volume One: Mind, Language and the World. Edited by Jonardon Ganeri. Oxford 2002.

CEGAG = Commemorative Essays presented to Sir George Abraham Grierson. Lahore 1933

CER(G)B = Commemorative Essays presented to Śrī Rāmkrishna Gopāl Bhandarkar. Poona 1917; Varanasi 1976

CG = Chizan Gakuho

CHBJ = Chung-Hwa Buddhist Journal. 13 (2000) - 17 (2004)

Chettiar = Rājā Śrī Annamali Chettiar Commemoration Volume. Annamalainagar 1941 [AC11.H3 (?)

CHI = The Cultural Heritage of India. Four volumes. Calcutta 1937; revised 1952-53; Second edition 1958

CHMI = Constructions Hagiographiques dans le monde Indien. Entre Mythe et Histoire. Ed. Francoise Mallison. Paris 2001

ChSS = Chowkhamba Sanskrit Series (Banaras)

ChSSt = Chowkhamba Sanskrit Studies

CIBT = Catalogue of Indian (Buddhist) Texts in Tibetan Translation, Kanjur and Tanjur: alphabetically arranged. Edited by Alaka Chatopadhyay, Mrnalkanti Gangopadhyaya and Debiprasad Chattopadhyaya. Calcutta 1972

CIDB = Christentum in der Begnung. Ed. Andreas Bsteh. Mödling 1997

CIDO = Proceedings of the International Congress of Orientalists. Listed by place and year

CincoS = Cinco Sutras del Mahayana: el Budismo Mahayana en sus textos mas antiques. eds., Fernando Tola and Carmen Dragonetti. Florham Park, New Jersey. 2002

CIndS = Corpus of Indological Studies. Prof. Ramaranjan Mukherji Felicitation Volume. Ed. Anantlal Thakur. Delhi 1992

CinSasVol = Mahāmahopādhyāyacinnasvāmiśāstriṇāṃjanmaśatābdi-smārakagranthaḥ (ed. Mandana Misra et al.). Varanasi 1990

CIP = S. Radhakrishnan and J. Muirhead (eds.), Contemporary Indian Philosophy. Revised edition, London 1958

CIPAR = Deepak Sarma, Classical Indian Philosopy: a Reader. New York 2011

CIPH = Contemporary Indian Philosophers of History (ed. T.M.P.Mahadevan and Grace E. Cairns). Calcutta 1977

CIPR = Victoria Lysenko and Michael Huliln, Classical Indian Philosophy Reinterpreted. Calcutta 2007

CIPY = Conscioiusness, Indian Psychology and Yoga. Edited by Kirett Joshi and Matthjus C. Cormalissen. HSPCIC XI, Part 3. New Delhi 2004

CIS = A Corpus of Indian Studies. Essay in Honour of Professor Gaurināth Śāstrī. Ed. by Gopikamohan Bhattacharya and Manabendra Banerjee. Calcutta 1980

CJBS = The Chulalangkorn Journal of Buddhist Studies. 1 (2002) - 2.1 (2003)

CJH = Ceylon Journal of the Humanities. 1 (1970) - 2.1 (1971)

CL = Debiprasad Chattopadhyaya and Mrinal Kanti Gangopadhyaya (eds.), Cārvāka/Lokāyata. An Anthology of Source Materials and Some Recent Studies. New Delhi 1990

CLSS = Collected Lectures on Śaiva Siddhānta. (1946-1954). Annamalainagar 1965

CMP = Ramakant Sinari, ed., Concept of Man in Philosophy. Simla 1991

COJ = Calcutta Oriental Journal. 1 (1933) - 3 (1936)

ConK = Concepts of Knowledge, East and West. Papers from a Seminar held from 4 January to 10 January 1995 at The Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Gol Park, Calcutta 700 029. Calcutta 2000

Consciousness = M.A.S.Rajan (ed.), Consciousness. Proceedings of the Workshop held in Melkote 16-18 June 1987. Melkote 1988

ContB = Contemporary Buddhism. 1 (2000) - 14.1 (2013) [Elect.]

ContIP = Contemporary Indian Philosophy, Series II. Ed. Margaret Chatterjee. London 1974

ConUlt = Linda J. Tessian (ed.), Concepts of the Ultimate. London 1989

Corpus = Corpus of Indological Studies: Prof. Ramaranjan Mukherji Felicitation Volume (ed. A.L.Thakur). Delhi 1992) [I have?]

COS = Calcutta Oriental Series

Cordier = P(almyr) Cordier, Catalogue du fonds tibetain de la Bibliotheque Nationale. 4 vols. 1909-1931

CPBS = Padmanabh S. Jaini, Collected Papers on Buddhist Studies. Delhi 2001

CPCB = Contribution of P. C. Bagchi on Sino-Indian Tibetology. Edited by Haraprasad Ray. Kolkata 2002

CPJS = Padmanabh S. Jaini, Collected Papers on Jaina Studies. Delhi 2002

CPJLS = Purushottama Bililimoria, ed., Contemporary Philosophy and J. L. Shaw. Kolkata 2006

CPP = Daya Krishna and A.M.Ghose (eds.), Contemporary Philosophical Problems: Some Classical Indian Perspectives. Poona 1978

CPR = Comparative Philosophy and Religion in Timd of Terror. Ed. Douglas Allen. Lanham, Md. 2006

CPSSS = T. M. P. Mahadevan (ed.), Collected Papers of Suryanarayana Shastri Madras 1961

CPTV = N. Jagadeesan, Collected Papers on Tamil Vaishnavism. Madurai 1989

CR = Calcutta Review. 1 (1844) - 181 (1966); 1 (1969) - 3 (1971-72); n.s. 1 (1975-76) - 6.1 (1980). New series 1 (1984) - 13 (2007) [AP8.C2]

CracowIS = Cracow Indological Studies. 1 (1992-1993), 4-5 (2002-2003), 7 (2005)

CRIP = K. Satchidananda Murty and K. Ramakrishna Rao (eds.), Current Trends in Indian Philosophy. Waltair 1972

CRPCSS = Culture, Religion and Philosophy. Critical Studies in Syncretism and Inter-Faith Harmony. Ed. N. K. Das. Jaipur 2003

CRYP = M. N. Dvivedi (ed.), A Compendium of the Rāja Yoga Philosophy. Bombay 1885, 1901,1982

CSFV, see CDSFV

CTA = Culture Through the Ages (Prof. B. N. Puri Felicitation Volume). Edited by Sarva Danan Singh. Delhi 1996

CTAM = Kapila Vatsyayan (ed.), Concepts of Time, Ancient and Modern. New Delhi 1996

CTB = Crossing the Borders.: Essays in Honour of Francis X. D'Sa on the occasion of his 65th Birthday. Edited by Anand Amaladass and Rosairo Roche. Chennai 2001

CTBRP = Ernst Steinkellner and Helmut Täuscher (eds.), Contributions on Tibetan and Buddhist Religion and Philosophy. Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde, Heft 11.Proceedings of the Csoma de Koros Symposium held at Velm-Vienna, Austria, 13-19 September 1981. Volume 2. Wien 1983

CTCIP - Conflict between Tradition and Creativity in Indian Philosophy: Text and Context.Ed. Toshihiro Wada. Nagoya 2006

CTSB = Critical Terms for the Study of Buddhism. Ed. Donald S. Lopez, Jr. Chicago 2005

CultInd = Cultura Indica. Professor Asoke Chatterjee Sastri Felicitation Volume.Edited by M.K.Gangopadhyaya, Dipak Ghosh and Ratna Basu. Delhi 1994

CultMod - Culture and Modernity. East-West Philosophic Perspectives (ed. Eliot Deutsch). Honolulu 1991

CurB = Donald S. Lopez, Jr. (ed.), Curators of the Buddha: The Study of Buddhism under Colonialism. Chicago 1995

CV = Citi-Vithika. Journal of Art, History, Culture and Literature (Allahabad). 1 (1995) - 10 (2004) (DS401.C47)

CVVGP = Commemoration Volume of Dr. V. G. Paranjpe: Some Aspects of Indo-Iranian History and Cultural Traditions. Ed. Suniti Kumar Chatterji et al. Delhi 1977

CWA = Richard Sherburne, tr., The Complete Works of Atisa Sri Dipankara Jnana. New Delhi 2000

CWP = A Companion to World Philosophy. Edited by Eliot Deutsch and Ron Bontakae. Malden, Massachusetts 1997

CWR(G)B = Collected Works of Sri R. G. Bhandarkar. Four volumes. GOSBORI, class B, 1-4. Poona 1933

CWSV = Collected Works of Shri Vallabhacarya. I (in 16 Volumes): Delhi 2003-2007

d = dissertation

D, see Dasgupta

DA = Louis de la Vallée Poussin, "Documents d'Abhidharma" I = BEFEO 1930, 1-28, 247-298. II = MCB 1, 1932, 65-125. III = MCB 5, 1936-37, 1-187

DAIA = Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A. The Humanities and Social Sciences

DandA = Dharma and Abhidharma. Ed. Kalpakam Sankaranarayan, Kanchana Mahadeva, Ravindra Panth, Motahiru Yoritami. Volume I. Mumbai 2007. Two volumes. (DandA1 and DandA2)

Darshana = Darshana International (Moradabad). 1 (1961) - 16 (1976), 20 (1980) - 35 (1995), 36.2 (1996) - 40.1 (2000) [B1. D3]

Dasgupta = Surendranath Dasgupta, A History of Indian Philosophy. Five volumes. London 1922-1955; Delhi 1975.

DB = Dinesh Bhattacharya, History of Navya-nyāya in Mithilā. Darbhanga 1959

DBGIP = Dayanand Bhargava, Glimpses of Indian Philosophy and Sanskrit Literature. Delhi 1981

DB1 - H. Bechert (ed.), Der Buddhsmus I. Stuttgart 2000

DCBCSJS = Deccan College Building Centenary and Silver Jubilee Series

DBK = Sibajiban Bhattacharyya, Doubt, Belief and Knowledge. New Delhi 1989

DCH = Du corps humain, au carrefours de plasieurs savoirs en l'Inde. Melanges offerts a Arion Rosu par se colleuges et ses amis a l'occasion de son 80th anniversaire. Edited b Oscar Botto, Colette Caillat, Pierre Delaveau, Pierre-Sylvain Filliozat, Siegfired Lienhard, G. Jan Meulenbeld and Priya Vrat Sharma. Studia ASIATICA 4-5, 2003-2004. Bucarest 2004

DCI = Dharma. The Categorial Imperative. Edited by Ashok Vohra, Arvind Sharma and Mrinal Miri. New Delhi 2005

DCKRPV = Dr. C. Kunhan Raja Presentation Volume. Madras 1946

DCPGRIDS = Deccan College Post-graduate and Research Institute Dissertation Series

DCPGRIMS = Deccan College Post-graduate and Research Institute Monograph Series

DCPY = Swami Digambaraji (ed.), Collected Papers on Yoga. Lonavla 1975

DCRIB = Deccan College Research Institute Bulletin. 35 (1976) - 41 (1982) [378/065 D355b (Baker] [DS401.D4]

DDIP = Discussion and Debate in Indian Philosophy. Issues in Vedaṇta, Mīmāṃsā and Nyāya. Ed. Daya Krishna. New Delhi 2004

DeBary = W.T. de Bary (ed.), A Source Book in Chinese Philosophy. Princeton 1963

DET = Frederick H. Holck (ed.), Death and Eastern Thought. Understanding Death in Eastern Religions and Philosophies. Nashville 1974

Deyadharma = Deyadharma: Studies in Memory of D.C.Sircar. Delhi 1986

DGTS = Gerry W. Houston (ed.), Dharma and Gospel: Two Ways of Seeing. Delhi 1984

Dhammadesana = Dharmadeaana, a Buddhist Perspective. Prof. Mahesh Tiwary Commemoration Volumes. Edited b Hari Shankar Shukla and Bimalendra Kumar. Varanasi 2008

Dharma-Nirajana = Dharma-Nirājanā. A Volume Dedicated to the Memory of Dr. Dharmendra Nath Shastri. Edited by Vachaspati Upadhyaya, Satyapal Narang and Shakuntala Punjani. Delhi 1989

DHCCR = A Dialogue: Hindu-Christian Cosmology and Religion (ed. Kala Acharya, Nicholas Mance and Lalita Nanjash). Mumbai 1999

DhP = Dharmaprakāsh (Madras). 1 (1970) - 21 (1991)

Dhruva = Āchārya Ānand Shankar Dhruva, Smāraka Grantha. Three parts. Ahmedabad 1944-1946

Dilip = Dilip. 2 (1975) - 9 (1983), 11 (1985) - 37 (2013) (DS423.D46)

Diogenes = Diogenes. 1 (1953) - 212 (2006) (AS4.D5)

DIPECO = Daya Krishna (ed.), Development of Indian Philosophy from Eighteenth Century Onwards. Classical and Western History of Science, Philosophy and Culture in Indian Civilization Vol. X, Part 1. New Delhi 2002 [B131. K634 2002

DK = S.S.Rama Rao Pappu (ed.), The Dimensions of Karma. Delhi 1987

DKIP = Daya Krishna, Indian Philosophy: A Counter Perspective. Delhi 1991

DKM = Dilip Kumar Mohanta, Cognitive Scepticism and Indian Philosophy. Calcutta 1999

DM = Darshan-Manjari. The Burdwan University Jurnal of Philosophy. 1 (1984) - 6 (1991-92)

DLJP = Devacandra Lalbhai Jaina Pustakoddhara Samstha

DMDV = World Perspectives in Philosophy, Religion and Culture. Essays presented to Prof. Dhirendra Mohan Datta. Patna 1968

DoubtBK = Doubt, Belief and Knowledge. Edited by Sibajiban Bhattacharya. New Delhi 1987

DP = Daśaprakaraṇāni. Madhva's ten prakaraṇas edited with commentaries by Vidyaranya Tirtha. Four volumes. Madras 1969-1972

DRBV = D. R. Bhandarkar Volume (ed. B. C. Law). Calcutta 1940

DSA = Rāya Dhanapati Siṃha Bamaduraka Āgamasaṃgraha

DSCSIP = Descriptive Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts: Indian Philosophy. Indian Museum Collection. Compiled by Asesh Ranjan Mishra. Ed. Debabrata Sen Sharma. Calcutta 2001. Numbering cited is the consecutive numbering of this volume, not the catalogue number of the Indian Museum)

DT = Darshanika Traimasika (Faridkot)

DTI = Shoryu Katsura (ed.), Dharmakīrti's Thought and its Impact on Indian and Tibetan Philosophy. Proceedings of the Third International Dharmakīrti Conference, Hiroshima, Nov. 4-6, 1997. OAW, Philosophisch-Historische Klasse, 281. Band, Wien 1999

DU = text whose author's date is unknown

DUB = Dacca University Bulletin

DUS = Dacca University Studies, Part A. 1 (1935) - 48.1 (1991), 50.2 (1993), 51.1 (1994), 52.1-2, 1995, 53.2-54, 55.2 - 64.1 (2007) (AS472.D33)

DV = Dvaita Vedānta. (See DV section of Part IV)

DWD = The Ritual Vow in South Asia. Ed. Selva J. Raj and Willliam P. Harman. Albany, N.Y. 2006

e = edition

EAT = Emotions in Asian Thought. A Dialogue in Comparative Philosophy. Edited by Joel Marks and Roger T. Ames. Albany, N.Y. 1995

EAW = East and West (Rome) 1 (1950) - 58 (2008) [AP37.E22]

EAWBo = East and West (Bombay). 1 (1902) - 21 (1921)

EB = Eastern Buddhist (Tokyo). 1 (1921) - 7 (1939). n. s. 1 (1966) - 41.1 (2010)

EBAT = Early Buddhism and Abhidharma Thought. In Honor of Doctor Hajime Sakurabe on His Seventy-seventh Birthday. 2002

EBPL = Angraj Chaudhary, Essays on Buddhism and Pāli Literature. Delhi 1994

ECB = Erlösung in Christentum und Buddhismus. Ed. Andreas Bsteh. Modling 1982

EDH = Gerhard Oberhammer (ed.), Epiphanie des Heils. Zur Heisgegenwart in Indischen und Christlichen Religion. Publications of the De Nobili Research Library 9. Wien 1982

EDOM= Rita Gupta, Essays on Dependent Origination and Momentariness. Calcutta 1990

EEE = A. Raghuramaraju (ed.), Existence, Experience and Ethics: Essays for S.A.Shaida. New Delhi 2000

EEWP = Essays in East-West Philosophy (ed. Charles A. Moore). Honolulu 1951

EFNW = Erich Frauwallner, Nachgelassene Werke. 1. Aufgesätze, Beiträge, Skizzen. Wien 1984. 2.Philosophische Texte des Hinduismus. Tr. by Gerhard Oberhammer and Chlodwig H. Werba. Wien 1992

EHBZT = Essays on the History of Buddhism presented to Prof. Zenryu Tsukamoto. Kyoto 1961

EIDI = Einführungen in die Indologie. Stand-Methoden-Aufgaben. Ed. by Heinz Bechert and Georg von Simson et al. Dharmstadt 1979

EIPRL = Essays in Indian Philosophy, Religion and Literature. Ed. Piotr Balcerowicz and Marek Major. Delhi 2004

EITCH = Encyclopedia of Indian Traditions and Cultural Heritage. Edited by Chidatman Jee Maharaj. 2008

EJ = Eranos-Jahrbuch

EJPR = Piotr Balcerowicz, Essays on Jaina Philosophy and Religion. Delhi 2003

ELSA = Ethical Life in South Asia. Ed/ Amamd Pandian and Daud Ali. Bloomington, Ind. 2010

EMH = Expanding and Merging Horizons. Contributions to South Asian and Cross-Cultural Studies in Commemoration of Wilhelm Halbfass. Edited Karin Preisendanz. Wien 2007

Empty Words = Jay L. Garfield, Empty Words. Buddhist Philosophy of Cross-Cultural Interpretation. Oxford 2002

EnB = Robert E. Buswell et al., eds., Encyclopedia of Buddhism. Two volumes. New York 2004

EnBud = Encyclopedia of Buddhism (ed. G. P. Malalasekara et al.) (Colombo). 1 (1963) - 6.4 (2002)

EnBuddhism = Encyclopedia of Buddhism. Edited by damien Keown and Charles S. Prebish. London 2007

EnBudT = Encyclopedia of Buddhist Thinkers. Ed. Shiv Shankar Tiwary. Five volumes. New Delhi 2008

EnIndPh = Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies. Volume I: Bibliography (compiled by K.H.Potter) (Delhi 1971; second edition 1983). Volume 2: Nyaya-Vaiśeṣika up to Gaṅgeśa. Ed. K.H.Potter (Delhi 1977, Princeton, N.J. 1978). Volume 3: Advaita Vedānta up to the time of Śaṃkara. Ed. K.H.Potter (Delhi, Princeton 1983). Volume 4: Sāṃkhya. Ed. Gerald James Larson and Ram Shankara Bhattacharyya.(Delhi, Princeton 1987). Volume 5: The Philosophy of the Grammarians. Ed. Harold Coward and K.H.Potter (Delhi, Princeton 1990). Volume 6: Indian Philosophical Analysis: Nyāya-Vaiśeṣika from Gaṅgeśa to Raghunātha Śiromaṅi. Ed. K.H.Potter and Sibajiban Bhattacharyya. (Delhi 1993). Volume 7: Abhidharma Buddhism to 150 A.D. Ed. Karl H. Potter, Robert E. Buswell, Jr., Padmanabh S. Jaini and Noble Ross Reat. (Delhi, 1993). Volume 8: Buddhist Philosophy from 100 to 350 A.D. (Ed. K.H.Potter) (Delhi 1999). Volume 9: Buddhist Philosophy from 350 to 600 A.D. Ed. K.H.Potter, Delhi 2003. Volume 10: Advaita Philosophy up to Citsukha (ed. Karl H. Potter) )Delhi 2006). Volume 11: Jain Philosophy, Part One (ed. Jayendra Soni and K.H.Potter (Delhi 2006. Volume 12: Yoga: India's Philosophy of Meditation (ed. Gerald James Larson and Ram Shankar Bhattacharya) (Delhi 2008). Volume 13: Nyaya-Vaiśeṣika Philosophy from 1515 to 1660 (ed. Sibajiban Bhattacharyya and Karl H. Potter) (Delhi 2011)

Volume 14: Jaikn Philosophy Part 2 (ed. Karl H. Potter and Piotr Balcerowicz).(Delhi 2013). Volum 14: Bhedabḥeda and Dvaitādvaita Systems. Edited by M. M. Agrawal and Karl H. Potter. (Delhi 2013)

EnIW2 = Encyclopedia of Indian Wisdom. Professor Satya Vrat Shastri Felicitation Volume, Volume Two. Edited by Ramkaran Sharma. Delhi 2–5

EnP = Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Second Edition. Edited by Donald M. Borchert. Ten volumes. Detroit, etc. 2006

Enq = Enquiry (New Delhi). 2-3 (1961), 5-6. n.s. 1 (1964) - 3.3 (1971)

Ensink = J. Ensink, De grote Weg naar het Licht. Amsterdam 1955, 1973

Ent = Entretiens 1955. Pondichery 1956

EOI = Satya Vrat Sastri, Essays on Indology. Delhi 1963

EpJ = K.B.Jindal, An Epitome of Jainism. New Delhi 1988

EPM = Essays in Philosophy presented to Dr. T. M. P. Mahadevan. Madras 1962

Epoche = Epoché: Journal of the History of Religions at UCLA. (1983)

ERE = Hastings Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics

ESEHD = Fred W. Clothey and J. Bruce Long (eds.), Experiencing Śiva: Encounters with a Hindu Deity. New Delhi 1983

ESLI = Essai sur le Insdologica: a Volume presented to Gaurinath Sastri. Kolkata 2009

ESOSIP = Anima Sengupta, Essays on Sāṃkhya and Other Systems of Philosophy. Revised, enlarged edition 1977

EssInP = Sukharanjan Saha (ed.), Essays in Indian Philosophy. Calcutta 1997

ES3WB = The Enworlded Subjectivity–Its Three Worlds and Beyond. Ed. R. Balasubramanian. HSPIC XI.4, 2006

ET = Études traditionelles

EtAs = Études Asiatiques publiées à l'occasion du vingt-cinquienne anniversaire de l'École Francaise d'Extreme-Orient. Publications de l'École Francaise d'Extreme Orient 19-20, 1925

ETB = H.S.Prasa (ed.), Essays on Time in Buddhism. Delhi 1991

EthR = Ethical Responsibility: A Dialogue with Buddhism (ed. Julia Martin). Delhi 1997

ETML = Études Tibetains dediées à la memoire de Marcelle Lalou. Paris 1971

EW = Eastern World (London). 1 (1947) - 23 (1969)

EWJ = East-West Journal (New York)

EWVCT = Ernst Waldschmidt, Von Ceylon bis Turfan. Schrifte zur Geschichte, Literature, Religion und Kunst des indischen Kulturraumes. Festgabe zum 70 Geburtstag. Gottingen 1967

Excell = Robert Excell, The Wisdom Gone Beyond. Bangkok 1966 (=TWB)

ExinP = Bina Gupta, ed, Explorations in Philosophy: Essays by J. N. Mohanty. New Delhi 2001

ExO = Ex Oriente (Tokyo). 1 (1925)

f = felicitation volume in honor of ____

FacB = Shotaro Iida, Facets of Buddhism. Delhi 1991

FacIC = Facets of Indian Culture. Gustav Roth Velicitation Volume.Ed. Kameshwar Prasad, Jagadiswara Pandey and Umesh Chandra Dwivedi. Patna 1998

FacInd = Facets of Indology. Mahamopadhyaya Pandit Damodar Mahapatra Shastri Commemoration Volume. Edited by Subash Chandra Dash. Delhi 2005 [BL1112.25 F325 2005]

FaithAU = Faith in the Age of Uncertainty. Ed. Sima Sharma. New Delhi 2002

FBB = From Benares to Beijing: Essays on Buddhism and Chinese Religion (ed. Koichi Shinohara and Gregory Schopen). Oakville, Ontarioa 1991

FDS = Festschrift Dieter Schlinghoff zur Vollendung des 65. Lebensjahres durgebrucht von Schüler, Freunden und Kollgen. Ed. Friedrich Wilhelm. Reinbek 1996

Feer = Leon Feer, Fragments extraits du Kandjour. AMG 5, 1883

FestKB = Festschrift: Klaus Bruhn zur Vollendung des 65. Lebensjahres. Reinbek 1994

FFMBI = Gregory Schopen, Figments and Fragments of Mahayāna Buddhism in India. More Collected Papers. Honolulu 2005

FIC = C. Muraleemadhavan (ed.), Facets of Indian Culture. Delhi 2000

Final5 = B.N.K.Sharma, My Final Five Research peprs (with six Appendices).Mumbai 2003

FJ = N. Nasupal, editor, Facets of Jainism. Chennai 2005

FJPRC = Facets of Jain Philosophy, Religion and Culture. 1: Anekānta and Syādvāda (ed. R.A.Kumar, T.M.Dak, A.D.Mishra). Ladnum 1996

FK = F. Kielhorn, Lists of the Sanskrit Manuscripts purchased for Government during the years 1877-1878 and 1869-78 and a list of the manuscripts purchased from May to November 1881. Poona 1881

FKB = Festschrift Klaus Bruhn (ed. Nalaini Balbir and Joachim K. Bautze). Reinbek 1994

FL = Foundations of Language. 1 (1965) - 14 (1976)

FMA = P. M. Padmanabha Sarma (ed.), Five Manuals of Advaita (Advaitanirūpaṇa Prakaraṇapañcakam). Tanjore 1971

FMW = Festschrift Moriz Winternitz. Leipzig 1933

FNF = Follow the Notes of the Flute (Chaitanya Quinquicentennial Birth Centenary CommemorationVolume). Edited by Vidya Niwas Misra. New Delhi 1987

FP = Founders of Philosophy. Delhi 1975

FPh - Faith and Philosophy. Journal of the Society of Christian Philosophy. 1 (1984) - 30.2 (2013) (BR100.F33)

FPS = R.Balasubramanian and S.Bhattacharyya (eds.), Freedom, Progress and Society. Essays in Honour of Prof. K. Satchidananda Murty, Delhi 1986

Frauwallner = Erich Frauwallner, Die Philosophie des Buddhismus. Two volumes. Berlin 1956

FRSD = Ṛṣikalpanyāsa. Festschrift honouring Rājeśwar Śāstri Dravid. Allahabad 1971

FTASG = Pitirim A. Sorokin (ed.), Forms and Techniques of Altruistic and Spiritual Growth. Boston 1954

FTAD = Five Treatises of Ācārya Dīpaṃkaraśrījñāna. Ed. tr. Lobsang Dorje Rabling. Sarnath 1999

FTB, see BKS

FTI = Freedom, Transcendence and Identity: Essays in memory of Prof. KalidasBhattacharya. Edited by Pradip Kumar Sengupta. Delhi 1988

FTTA = From Turfan to Ajanta: Festschrift fur Dieter Schlinghoff on the Occasion of his Eightieth Birthday. Ed. Eli Franco and Monika Zim. Two volumes. Bhairahawa, Rupandehi, Nepal, 2010

FutI = Future of Indologoy. Kolkata 2003

FVSKB = Felicitation Volume presented to Professor Śrīpad Krishna Belvalkar. Benares 1957

FVTC = From Vasubandhu to Caitanya. Studies in Indian Philosophy and its Textual History. Edited by Johannes Bronkhorst and Karin Preisendanz. Bulleti of the World Sanskrit Conference Volum 10.1. Delhi 2010

FWS = Festschrift Walther Schübring: Beiträge zur indischen Philologie und Alterkumskunde. Hamburg 1951

G = The Gauḍīya (Madras)

G (school) = Grammarian (Vyākaraṇa) Philosophy. (See G section of Part IV)

GAISE = Glimpses of Ancient India through Soviet Eyes (edited Jagdish Vibhakar and Usha Gay). Delhi 1989

GandS = Padmanabh S. Jaini, Gender and Salvation: Jaina Debates on the Spiritual Liberation of Women. Berkeley 1991

GatP = William Sax, ed., The Gods at Play: Līlā in South Asia. New YOrk 1994

GBTC = S. R. Bhatt (ed.), Glimpses of Buddhist Thought and Culture. First International Conference onBuddhism and National Cultures (New Delhi 19984)

GCNPR = G. C. Nayak, Philosophical Reflections. Delhi 1987. Revised Second edition = GCNPR2, Delhi 2002

GECBT = Jan Nattier, A Guides to the Earliest Chinese Buddhist Translations. Bibliotheca Philologica et Philosophica Buddhica X. Tokyo 2008

GilgitM = Nalinaksha Dutt, Gilgit Manuscripts. Volume 1 (Srinagar 1939). Volume 2.1 (Srinagar 1941). Volume 2.2 (Calcutta 1953). Volume 2.3 (Calcutta 1954). Volume 3 (Calcutta 1955). Volume 4 (Calcutta 1956)

Gitasamiksa = Gītāsamīkṣā (ed. E.R.Sreekrishna Sarma). Tirupati 1971

GJV = T.N.Dharmadhikari (ed.), Golden Jubilee Volume, Vaidika Saṃśodhana Maṇḍala. Poona 1982

GJW = Gems of Jain Wisdom. Delhi 2007

GJWDJ = Gedenkschrift J. W. de Jong (ed. H. W. Bodewitz and Minoru Hara). Tokyo 2004

GK = Gopinath Kaviraj, Gleanings in the History and Bibliography of the Nyāya-Vaiśeṣika Literature. Calcutta 1962

Glory of Knowledge = Glory of Knowledge: Professor Ram Murti Sharma Felicitation Volume. Ed. S.G. Kantawala and Priti Sharma. Delhi 1990

GloryST = Glory of Sanskrit Tradition. Prof. Ram Karan Sharma Felicitation Volume. Two Volumes. Ed. Radhavallabha Tripathi. Delhi 2008

GM = Gandhi Marg. 6 (1962) - 33 (2012) (DS481.G3 G22)

GMBNN = Gopikamohan Bhattacharya, Navya-Nyāya. Some Logical Problems in Historical Perspective. Delhi 1978.

GOJ = Surender K. Jain (ed.), Glimpses of Jainism. Delhi 1997

Gomez/Silk = Luis O. Gomez and Jonathan A. Silk, Studies in the Literature of the Great Vehicle. Ann Arbor 1989

GOML = Government Oriental Manuscripts Library, Madras

GOS = Gaekwad's Oriental Series (Baroda)

GOSBORI = Government Oriental Series. Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute. Classes A to C

GRSJ = Gujarat Research Society Journal. 1 (1939) - 39 (1977), 42 (1980, 52 (1990), 54-57 (1992)

GS = General Śaivism. (See GS section of Part IV)

GSAIF = Giornale della Societa Asiatica Italiana (Firenze). 1 (1837) - n.s. 2 (1932)

GSBL = Glimpses of the Sanskrit Buddhist Literature. Volume I. Ed Kameshwar Nath Mishra. Samyag-Vak Seires IX. Sarnath 1997

GSI = German Scholars in India. Volume I. Varanasi 1973. Volume 2: new Delhi 1976

GSLB = Glimpses of Sri Lankan Buddhism (ed. D.C.Ahir). Delhi 2000

GSN = God, the Self and Nothingness. Reflections: Eastern and Western. Edited by Robert E. Carter. New York 1990

GSPM = Grantha-saṃśodhana-prakāśana-maṇḍala

GSSK = Genjun Sasaki (ed.), A Study of Kleśa. A Study of Impurity and its Purification in Oriental Religions. In Japanese. Tokyo 1975

GSSVIC = Grace in Śaiva Siddhānta, Vedānta, Islam and Christianity (ed. Albrecht Frenz). Madurai 1975

GSTJ = Gurbachan Singh Talib (ed.), Jainism. Patiala 1975

GTOM = Giuseppe Tucci, Opera Minore (Rome). 1 (1971) - 2 (1972)

Gu = G. Buhler, Report on the results of the search for Sanskrit mss. in Gujarat during the year 1871-72. Surat 1872

GUJ = see JUG

Gunj = S.R.Gunjala, Liṅgāyat Bibliography: A Comprehensive Source Book. Bhalki, Dist. Bidar 1989

GUOS = Glasgow University Oriental Society (Glasgow). 1 (1901) - 1958

GV = Gaudiyā Vaishnavism and ISKCON: an Anthology of Scholarly Perspectives. Edited by Steven J. Rosen. Vrndaban 2008?

GVD = G.V.Devasthali, A Descriptive Catalogue of the Sanskrit and Prakrit Manuscripts in the Library of the University of Bombay. References are by items

GWAM = God's Word Among Men: Papers in honour of Fr. Joseph Putz, Frs. J. Bayart, J. Volkaert and P. Lettes (ed. G. Gisbert-Sauch). Delhi 1973

GWP = Grosses Werklexikon der Philosophie (ed. F. Volpi), Munchen 1995-

H = General Hinduism. (See H section of Part IV)

Half Way = Half Way. The Golden Book. Presented to Shri V.R. Narla on his 51st Birthday. Madras 1958

Hall = Fitzedward Hall, A Contribution toward an Index to the Bibliography of the Indian Philosophical Systems. Calcutta 1859

HandS, see HSENR

Haranandalahari = Harānandalaharī. Volume in Honor of Prof. MinoruHara on his 70th Birthday. Reinbak 2000

HarSS = Haridas Sanskrit Series, Banaras

HBISS = V. Subramaniam, Buddhist-Hindu Interactions from Śākyamuni to Śaṃkarācārya. Delhi 1994

HBK = Hokke-Bunke Kenkyu (Journal of Institute for Comprehensive Study of Lotus Søtra). 18 (1992) - 26 (2000

HCV = A Commemoration Volume for Dr. Hikata. Tokyo 1964

HDV = H. D. Velankar, A Descriptive Catalogue of the Sanskrit Manuscripts in the Desai Collections in the Library of the University of Bombay. Bombay 1953

HDVCV = H. D. Velankar Commemoration Volume (ed. S. N. Gajendragadkar and S.A.Upadhyaya). Bombay 1965

HEL = Histoire Epistemologie Langage. Reve editee par la Societe d'Historie et d'Epistemologie des Sciences, du Langage et les Presses Universitaires de Vincennes. 1 (1979) - 31 (2009) [P106.H47]

HermE = Hermeneutics of Encounter. Essays in Honour of Gerhard Oberhammer on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday. Vienna 1994 [B131. H465 1994]

HEVT = J.G.Arapura, Hermeneutical Essays on Vedānta Topics. Delhi 1986

HHKKR = Hikata Hakaso Koki Kinen Ronbunshu (Fukuoka 1964)

HHF = M.L.Sondhi and Madhuri Sondhi (eds.), Hinduism's Human Face. New Delhi 1990

HiDBK = Hiroshima Daigaku Bungakubu Kiyo

HIL = Satischandra Vidyabhusana, History of Indian Logic. Calcutta 1921; Delhi 1971

Hind = K. P. Sundararajan et al. (eds.), Hinduism. Patiala 1969

HindEc = Christopher Chapple and Mary Evelyn Tucker (eds.), Hinduism and Ecology: the Intersection of Earth and Water. Cambridge, Mass. 2000

HindEth = Harold J. Coward, Jullius J. Lipner and Katherine K. Young, Hindu Ethics. Albany, N. Y. 1989

HIndPh = History of Indian Philosophy: A Russian Viewpoint. Ed. Marietta Stepanyants.New Delhi 1993

HindRec = Hinduism Reconsidered (ed. Gunther-Dietz Sontheimer and Hermann Kulke). New Delhi 1997

Hinduism = Hinduism. Gregorian Pontifical University. Roma 1963

HinduReg = Hindu Regeneration. 4 (1974) - 13 (1983)

Hindutva = Hindutva (Varanasi). 3 (1973) - 10 (1980)

HIPP = Heritage of India: Past and Present. Essays in Honour of Prof. R. K. Sharma. Edited by P.K.Mishra and S.K.Suller. Delhi 1994

HirComVol = Professor M. Hiriyanna Commemoration Volume. Mysore 1952

HistR = History of Religions (Chicago). 1 (1961) - 53.1-2 (2013) (Elect.)

HJ = Hibbert Journal. 1 (1961) - 18 (1978)

HJAS = Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies

HJKS = Hermann Jacobi, Kleine Schriften. Ed. Bernhard Kolver. Teil 2. Wiesbaden 1970

HMAA = Alessandra Monk, ed. Hindu Masculanities Across the Ages. Updating the Past. Torino 2002

HMBSP = Hari Mohan Bhattacharya, Studies in Philosophy. PunOS 22, 1933

HMJKV = H.M.Joshi, Knowledge, Value and Other Essays. Baroda 1986

HNBTK = Hokekyo no Bunka to Kiben (Kyoto 1982)

Hoernle = A.F.R.Hoernlé, Manuscript Remains of Buddhist Literature found in East Turkestan. 2 volumes. Oxford 1916; Amsterdam 1970

HOKS = Hermann Oldenberg, Kleine Schriften. Volume 2. Wiesbaden 1967

HOS = Harvard Oriental Series

HPE = S. Radhakrishnan et al. (eds.), History of Philosophy, Eastern and Western. Volume I. London 1952

HPQ = History of Philosophy Quarterly (U. of Illinois Press)

Hpr = Haraprasad Shastri, Notices of Sanskrit Manuscripts. Calcutta 1900 ff.

HPS, see Hpr

HR = Hindustan Review (Calcutta)

HReview = The Historical Review. A Biannual Journal of History and Archaeology. Indian Institute of Oriental Studies and Research, Calcutta. 1 (1986), 4-18 (2010) (DS401.H53)

HRHHR = C. J. Bleeker and Geo Widergren (eds.), Historia Religionum. Handbook for the History of Religions. Volume Two: Religions of the Present. Leiden 1971

HS = The Hymns of Śaṅkara (ed. T.M.P.Mahadevan). Delhi 1980

HSAJIS = Harayāna Sāhitya Akademi Journal of Indological Studies. 1 (1896) - 2 (1987)

HSENR = History and Society. Essays in Honour of Professor Nihirranjan Ray. Ed. Debiprasad Chattopadhyaya. Calcutta 1978

HSPCIC = History of Science, Philosophy and Culture in Indian Civilization. General Editor: D.P. Chattopadhyaya.

HSPCM = Hindu Spirituality, Postclassical and Modern. Edited by K.R.Sundararajan and Bithika Mukerji. London 1997

HSS, see HarSS

HSUEI = H. S. Ursekar, Essays in Indology. Aurangabad 1981

HTR = Jose Pereira (ed.), Hindu Theology: A Reader. New York 1976

HTT = How Theravāda is Theravāda? Exploring Bufddhist identities. Edited by Peter A. Skilling, Jason A. Carbona, Claudia Cicuzzo, Santi Pakdeekar..... Chiang Mai, Thailand 2012

HVM = Kesavarama Kasirama Sastri, Śrī Harirāya-vanmuktāvalī. Volume One. Nadiya 1974

HY = History of Yoga. Edited by Satya Prakasa Singh. HSPCIL XVI, Part 2. New Delhi 2010

i = index or catalogue

IA = Indian Antiquary. 1 (1872) - 62 (1933). Reprinted 1971. For Second Series, see NIA. Third Series, 1 (1964) - 5 (1971)

IAC = Indo-Asian Culture (after 1971, Indian Horizons) (New Delhi) 1 (1952) - 56 (2008) (DS501.I36)

IAHRC = Proceedings of the XIth International Congress of the International Association for the History of Religions. Leiden 1968

IAL, see ALIPC

IATW = India and the West. Proceedings of a Seminar Dedicated to the Memory of Hermann Goetz. Ed. Joachim Deppert. South Asian Studies No. 15, South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg, New Delhi Branch. Manohar 1983

IASWRP = Samkhya-Yoga. Proceedings of the IASCWR Conference, 1981. Stony Brook, N.Y. 1983

IBSDJ = Indological and Buddhist Studies. Volume in Honour of Professor J. W. de Jong on his Sixtieth Birthday. Canberra 1982

IC = Indian Culture (Calcutta). 1 (1934) - 16 (1949)

ICandB = Indian Culture and Buddhism (in Russian). Moscow 1972

ICCD = Indian Culture, Continuity and Discontinuity. In Memory of Walter Ruben (1899-1982). Ed. Joachim Hedrich, Hiltruh Rüstau and Diethhelm Weideman. Berlin 2002

ICHR = Proceedings of the International Congress for the History of Religions. 1 (1900) - 6 (1979-80)

ICQ = India Cultures Quarterly. 21.3 (1964) - 40 (1985)

ICWTC = India's Contribution to World Thought and Culture. Vivekananda Commemoration Volume. Triplicane 1970

IDDG = Im Dickicht der Gebote: Studien zur Dialektik von Norm und Praxis in der Buddhismus-geschichte Asiens. Ed. Peter Schalk and MarDeeg. Uppsala 2005

IEB = Indianisme et Bouddhisme offerts à Msgr. Étienne Lamotte. Publications de l'Institut Orientaliste du Louvain 23. Louvain-la-Neuve 1980

IECTC = Indian Ethics: Classical Traditions and Contemporary Challenges; an Anthology. Edited by Purushottama Bilimoria, Joseph Prabhu and Ranuka Sharma. Williston, Vt. 2007 [Z1036. C5]

IETMH = Indica et Tibetica. Feschrift für Michael Hahn. Ed. Konrad Klaus and Jens Uw-Hartmann. WSTB 66. Wien 2007.

IHDAB = In Honour of Dr. Annie Besant: Lectures by Eminent Persons, 1952-1988. Varanasi 1990

IHQ = Indian Historical Quarterly (Calcutta). 1 (1925) - 39 (1963) [DS416. I39

IHR = Indian Historical Review. 1 (1971-75) - 38 (2011) [DS401. I373]

IIB, see SKGIB

IICB = Indian Institute of Culture (Bangalore)

IICQ = India International Centre Quarterly. 1 (1974) - 35 (2008-2009) (DS401.I2746c)

IID = Indien in Deutschland. Dharmstädter Beiträge zur Diskurs über indische Relilgioun, Kultur und Gesellschaft. Edited by Edmund Weber and Roger Tøpelman. Frankfur am Main 1910

IIG = Indology in India and Germany. Problems of Information, Coordination and Cooperation. Ed. H. von Stieteneron. Tubingen 1981

IIJ = Indo-Iranian Journal. 1 (1957) - 55.4 (2012) [elect.]

IIJBS = Indian International Journal of Buddhist Studies. 1 (1999-2000) - 10 (2009)

IIQF = Indo-Iranische Quellen und Forschungen (Leipzig)

IIT = Indo-Iranian Thought: A World-Heritage. Ed. M. Shojakhani and M.R.R.Khtegren, Delhi 1995

IJ = The Inner Journey. Views from the Hindu Tradition. Ed. Margaret Case. Sandpoint, Idaho 2007

IJBS = Indian Journal of Buddhist Studies. 1 (1989) - 10 (1998). Continued as IIJBS.

IJE = International Journal of Ethics, see Ethics

IJHS = International Journal of Hindu Studies. 1.1 (1997) - 15.1 (2011)

IJIS = International Journal of Indian Studies (Ottawa). 1 (1990) - 3.2 (1993)

IJP = Indian Journal of Philosophy (Bombay). 1 (1959) - 4 (1964)

IJPR = International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion. 1 (1970) - 56 (2004)

IJPS = Indian Journal of Philosophic Studies (Hyderabad). 1 (1974), 5 (1985)

IJT = Indian Journal of Theology (Calcutta). 1.2 (1952) - 15.1 (1977)

IJTS = International Journal of Tantric Studies. 1.1 (1995)

IJY = International Journal of Yoga. 1.2 (2008) - 6.2 (2013) (Elect.)

IKK = Indische Kultur in Kontext. Rituals, Tests und Ideen aus Indien und der Welt. Festschrift für Klaus Mylius. Ed. Lars Göhler. Wiesbaden 2005

IL = Indian Linguistics: Journal of the Linguistics Society of India (PK1501. I52)

ILAR = Indian Logic: A Reader (ed. Jonathan Ganeri). Richmond, Surrey: Curzon 2001

ILMS = Satischandra Vidyabhusana, History of the Medieval School of Indian Logic. Calcutta 1909

ILSGC = Indian Linguistic Studies. Festzchrift in Honor of George Cardona. Edited by Madhav M. Deshpande and Peter E. Hook. Delhi 2002

IMAAR = Richard H. Davis (ed.), Images, Miracles, and Authority in Asian Religious Traditions. Boulder, Co. 1998

IMM = In the Mirror of Memory. Reflections on Mindfulness and Remembrance in Indian and Tibetan Buddhism. Edited by Jent Gyatso. Albany, N.Y. 1992

IndA = Indian Archives (New Delhi). 2 (1948) - 7 (1953)

IndAnt = India Antiqua: A Volume of Oriental Studies presented by his friends and pupils to Jean Philippe Vogel, C.I.E., on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of his doctorate. Leiden 1947

IndBeyond = India and Beyond. Aspects of Literature, Meaning, Ritual and Thought. Essays in Honour of Frits Staal. Ed. Dick van der Meij. London 1997 [B29. I523 1997]

Indian and Tibetan Buddhism. Edited by Janet Gyatso. Albany, N.Y. 1992

Indian Horizons, see IAC

Indica = Indica. 1 (1964) - 45-46 (2009) (DS401.I53)

IndicSt1 = Indic Studies. Volume One. Edited by Chidananda and A. Ramaswami Iyengar. Velyanad 2002

IndPhRel = Roy W. Perrett (ed.), Indian Philosophy of Religion. Dordrecht 1989

IndPQ (formerly PQ) = Indian Philosophical Quarterly. 1 (1973) - 34.1 (2007), 38.-34, 2011 - 39.1-2, 2012 [B130. I596]

IndPT = Indian Philosophical Terms. Glossary and Sources. Chief Editor Kala Acharya. Mumbai 2004 [B131. I62 2004]

IndS = Indian Semantics. Edited by Keshab Chandra Das. Delhi 1994

IndTibS = Indian and Tibetan Studies (Collectanen Marpurgensia Indologica et Tibetica).Ed. Dragomir Dimitrov, Unika Roesler and Roland Steiner. Wien 2002

IndTrad = Indian Tradition. Prof. Dr. Sitanath Goswami Felicitation Volume. Volumes I-II. Ed. Himamsu Chakravarti. Calcutta 1977

IndW = India and the West. The Problem of Understanding. Selected Essays of J. L. Mehta. Chico, CA. 1985

Ingalls = Daniel H. H. Ingalls, Materials for the Study of Navya-Nyāya Logic. HOS 40, 1951

Inklusivismus = Gerhard Oberhammer (ed.), Inklusivismus. Eine indische Denkform. Publications of the De Nobili Research Library Occasional Papers 2. Wien 1983

Insight = Insight: A Journal of World Religions (New York). 2.2 (1977-78)

IntJPS = International Journal of Philosophical Studies. 1 (1993) - 21.3 (2013) (Elect.)

IntptR = Shlomo Biderman and Ben-Ami Scharfstein (eds.), Interpretation in Religion. Leiden 1992

IntStudPh = International Studies in Philosophy (originally Studi Internazionale di Filosofia) (Torino). 1 (1969) - 40 (2008) (B1.A2865)

InTh = Indian Thinker (Trivandrum)

IO = Catalogue of the Sanskrit Manuscripts in the Library of the India Office (compiled by J. Eggeling). London 1887, 1896

IOL = Catalogue of Sanskrit and Prakrit Manuscripts in the India Office Library, Volume II (compiled by A.B.Keith with supplement by F.W.Thomas). London 1935

IO Ptd. Books 1938 = Catalogue of the India Office Library, Sanscrit Books. Revised edition, London 1938

IP = S. Radhakrishnan, Indian Philosophy. Two volumes. London 1927; New York 1971

IPA = Indian Philosophical Annual. 2 (1966) - 26.1 (1999) [B130. I58]

IPACP = Daya Krishna, Indian Philosophy: A Counter Perspective. Oxford 1991, 1996. Revised, enlarged Delhi 2006

IPACR, see IPE

IPC = Indian Philosophy and Culture. 1 (1956) - 20 (1975)

IPE = Roy W. Perrett (ed.), Indian Philosophy: A Collection of Readings. Volume 1: Epistemology. New York 2001. Volume 2: Logic. N.Y. 2000. Volume 3: Metaphysics. N.Y. 2000. Volume 4: Philosophy of Religion. N.Y. 2000. Volume 5: Theory of Value. N.Y. 2001. (same as IPACR) [B130. J53 2001]

IPP = India, Past and Present. 1 (1984) - 3 (1986)

IPQ = International Philosophical Quarterly. 1 (1961) - 53.1 (2013) [B1.I2]

IPR = Indian Philosophical Review (Bombay). 1 (1917) - 4 (1921)

IPS = M. Hiriyanna, Indian Philosophical Studies. Volume 1, Mysore 1957. Volume 2, Mysore 1972

IPSA = H. Chaudhuri and H. Spiegelberg (eds.), The Integral Philosophy of Śrī Aurobindo. London 1960

IPTS = Indian Philosophy and Text Science. Ed. Toshihiro Wada. Delhi 2010

IR = Indian Review (Madras)

IRIABSU = Annual Report of The International Research Institute for Advanced Buddhology at Soka University 1999. Tokyo 2000

IS = Indische Studien (Berlin). 1 (1850) - 18 (1898)

ISCRL = Indian Studies in honor of Charles Rockwell Lanman. Cambridge, Mass. 1929

ISPP = Indian Studies Past and Present (Calcutta). 1 (1960) - 15 (1974)

ISS = Ideology and Status of Sanskrit. Contributions to the History of the Sanskrit Language. Ed. Jan E.M. Houben. Leiden 1996

ISUD, see JDSUD

IT = Indian Thought. 1 (1909) - 11 (1919)

ITag = Indologen-Tagung 1959 (ed. E. Waldschmidt). Gottingen 1959

ITAI = Donald H. Bishop (ed.), Indian Thought: An Introduction. New Delhi 1975

ITaur = Indologica Taurinensia (Torino). 1 (1973) - 35 (2009)

ITBC = Indian Thought and Buddhist Culture. Essays in Honour of Professor Junkichi Imanishi on His Sixtieth Birthday. Tokyo 1996

ITH = P.C.Muralimadhavan (ed.), Indian Theories of Hermeneutics. Delhi 2002

ITK = Hakuju Ui, Indo Tetsugaku Kenkyu. Six volumes. Tokyo

ITMS = Indo-Tibetan Mādhyamika Studies. Sambhata Series 3. New Delhi 1996

IWP = Introduction to World Philosophies. Edited by Eliot Deutsch. Upper Saddle River, N.J. 1997

J = Jainism. (See J section of Part IV)

JA = Journal Asiatique (Paris). 1 (1822) - 300.2 (2012) [electronic]

JAALP = Jainism. Art, Architecture, Literature and Philosophy. Edited by Haripriya Rangarajan, G. Kanalokar, and A.K.V.S. Reddy. Delhi 2001

JAAR = Journal of the American Academy of Religion. 35 (1964) - 81.2 (2013) [electronic]

JAAS = Journal of Asian and African Studies. 11 (1976) - 46.5 (2011)

JAG = Jaina Ātmānanda Grantharatnamālā (Bhavnagar, Bombay)

JAH = Journal of Asian History. 1 (1967) - 44.2 (2010) (DS1.J68)

JAIH = Journal of Ancient Indian History. 1 (1967-68) - 26 (2009-2010) (DS451.J68)

JainA = Jaina Antiquary (Arrah)(=Jaina Siddhānta Bhāskara). 1 (1935) - 52.1-2 (1999) (See JSB)

JainCC = Collette Caillat (ed.), Jainism. Delhi 1974

JainG = Jaina Gazette. 22 (1926) - 36 (1939)

Jainism = Jainism. Delhi; New York 1974

JainJ = Jain Journal (Calcutta). 2 (1967) - 43.1 (2008)

Jainthology = Ganesh Lalwani (ed.), Jainthology. Calcutta 1991

Jambujoyti = Jambujyoti (Munīśvara Jambūvijaya Festschrift). Edited by M. a. Dhaky and J. B. Shah. Ahmedabad 2004

JAIRI = Journal of the Ananthacarya Indological Research Institute. 1 (1998) - 8 (2005-2006)

JAOS = Journal of the American Oriental Society (New Haven). 1 (1843) - 133.1 (2013) (PJ2.A62) [electronic]

JAS = Journal of Asian Studies. 15 (1955) - 67.3 (2008) - 72.3 (2013) (elect.)

JASACFV = Jainism: A Study (Acharya Chandana Felicitation Volume). Ed. R. M. Das. New Delhi 2000

JASB = JASBo

JASBe = Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal (Calcutta). 1 (1832) - 1958; n.s. 1 (1959) - 54 (2012) (AS472.B3 sec.4))

JASBo = Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, Bombay Branch. 1 (1841) - n.s. 83 (2010) (AS472.B7)

JASP = Journal of the Asiatic Society of Pakistan (now, Bangladesh) (Dacca). 1 (1956) - 14 (1969), 16.1 (1971) - 53.2 (2008) (954.7 As 42)

JAssamRS = Journal of the Assam Research Society. 1 (1933) - 39 (2007) (DS485,A84 A723)

JAsSt = Journal of the Institute of Asian Studies (Madras). 1 (1983) - 19 (2002) (DS1.J643)

JAU = Journal of the Annamalai University. 1 (1932) - 29 (1972), 31 (1982) - 33 (1987), 35 (1989) - 39 (1997) (LG169.C525 Baker)

JBFV = Francoois Veregetti, Vincent Eltschinger, Danielle Fuller, Maria P. Candotti, Bogdean Diacanescu and Malhar Kulkarni (eds.), Devadattīyam. Johannes Bronkhorst Felicitation Volume. Bern 2012

JBHU = Journal of the Banaras Hindu University. 1 (1937) - 2 (1938), 6.2-3 (1942)

JBS Sri Lanka (old SLJBS) 1 (2003) - 2 (2004)

JBP = Journal of Buddhist Philosophy (Bloomington). 1 (1983)

JBR = Journal of Bible and Religion. 1 (1933) - 34 (1966)

JBRS = Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society of India (Calcutta). 1 (1911) - 75 (1989) [DS401. B51]

JBTSI = Journal of the Buddhist Text Society of India (Calcutta). 1 (1893) - 7 (1906)

JBurmaRS = Journal of the Burma Research Society. 1 (1911) - 42 (1959)

JCP = Journal of Chinese Philosophy, 1 (1863-64) - 39 (2012)

JCV = R. C. Sharma and Pranati Ghoshal, eds., Jaina Contribution to Varanasi. New Delhi n.d.

JD = Journal of Dharma (Bangalore). 1 (1975-76) - 36 (2011) (BL1.J62)

JDBSDU = Journal of the Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi. 1 (1974) - 15 (1991) [BQ2.B82]

JDHUB = Journal of the Department of Letters, University of Burdwan. 1 (1968) - 2 (1969)

JDJBS = J. W. de Jong, Buddhist Studies. Ed. Gregory Schopen. Berkeley 1979

JDL = Journal of the Department of Letters, University of Calcutta. 1 (1912) - 17 (1958); n.s. 1 (1957) - 3 (1960)

JDPaliUC = Journal of the Department of Pāli, University of Calcutta. 1 (1982-83) - 14 (2007) (BQ2.J68)

JDPUC = Journal of the Department of Philosophy, University of Calcutta. 1 (1975) - 5 (1981-82) [B21.C240]

JDSUD = Journal of the Department of Sanskrit, University of Delhi. 1 (1971-72) - 3 (1974)

JEAS = Journal of the European Ayurvedic Society. 1 (1990) - 5 (1997). Becomes TSAM.

JFLNU = Journal of the Faculty of Letters, Nagoya University. Philosophy Section

JGIS = Journal of the Greater India Society (Calcutta). 1 (1934) - 1958

JGJRI = Journal of the Ganganatha Jha Research Institute (Allahabad). 1 (1943) - 63 (2007) [PK1501. G32]

JGK = Jinbungaku Kenkyujoho (Kanazawa)

JGujRS, see GRSJ

JHI = Journal of the History of Ideas (elect.)

JHR = Journal of Historical Research. 3 (1960)- 49-50 (2007-2008) (2004-2006) (DS401.J68)

JIABS = Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies (Madison,Wisconsin). 1 (1978) - 34.1-2 (2012) (BQ2.I55a)

JIAP = Journal of the Indian Academy of Philosophy (Calcutta). 1 (1961-62) - 45 (2006)

JIAS, see JAsSt [=Journal of the Institute of Asian Studies (Madras)]

JIBSt = Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies (=Indobukkyogaku Kenkyu) (Tokyo). 1 (1952) - 58 (2010) (EAsia)

JIC(A)(P)BS = Journal of the International College for Postgraduate Buddhist Studies. 1 (1998) - 17 (2013)

JICPR = Journal of the Indian Council for Philosophical Research. 1 (1983) - 27 (2010) [B1. J68]

JICPRSpI = Journal of the Indian Council for Philosophical Research Special Issues. 2001-2002

JICS = Journal of Intercultural Studies (Japan). 1 (1974) - 32 (2011)

JIES = Journal of Indo-European Studies. 1 (1973) - 32 (2004), 36 (2008) - 38.1-2 (2010) (CB201.J68)

Jigo to Muga = Jigo to Muga (Tokyo 1963)

JIH = Journal of Indian History. 1 (1921-22) - 87 (2008), Golden Jubilee Volume (2001) (DS401.J7)

JIIP = Journal of the Indian Institute of Philosophy (Amalner). 1 (1918) - 2 (1919)

JijJHI = Jijñāsā. A Journal of the History of Ideas and Culture (Jaipur). 2 (1981)

Jijnasa = Jijñāsā (Jaipur). 1 (1974) - 3 (1984)

JIJS = Journal of Indo-Judaic Studies. 5 (2002) - 6 (2003)

Jinamanjari = Jinamañjarī (Mississauga, Ontario) = 3.2 (1991), 5.2-6.1 (1993), 7.2 (1993); 8.3 (1993), Special edition; 9.1 (1994) - 11.1 (1995), 12.2 (1995), 13.1 (1996), 14.2-15.2 (1997), 17.1 (1998), 18.2 (1998), 19.1 (1999), 20.2 (1999), 21.1 (2000), 22-25 (2002), 31.1 (2005), 33.1 (2006), 34.2, 36 (2007) - 37 (2008), 38.2 (2008), 39.1 (2009)

JIndPsych = Journal of Indian Psychology. 1 (1978) - 20 (2002) (BF1.I39)

JIP = Journal of Indian Philosophy (Dordrecht). 1 (1970) - 41.5 (2013) [electronic]

JIPR = Journal of Indian Philosophy and Religion (Calcutta) 1 (1996), 5 (2000), 7 (2002)

JISSA = Journal of the Indological Society of Southern Africa. 1 (1993) - 4 (1996)

Jitari = Gudrun Bühnemann (ed.), Jitāri: Kleine Texte. Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde, Heft 8. Wien 1982

JJ, see JainJ

JJG = Jivarāj Jaina Granthamālā (Sholapur)

JJP = Jadavpur Journal of Philosophy. 2 (1990) - 3.1 (1991) - 14 (2002) (B1.J33)

JJRS = Japanese Journal of Religious Studies. 1 (1984) - 39.1 (2010) (elect.)

JKHRS = Journal of the Kaliṅga Historical Research Society. 1 (1946-47) - 3 (1950)

JKU = Journal of the Karnatak University (Humanities). 1 (1956-57) - 46 (2006-2007) (AS472.K33 A3)

JKUOML = Journal of the Kerala University Oriental Manuscripts Library (Trivandrum). 1 (1945) - 21 (1976) (Z955.O75_

JLCLEA = Journal of the Literary Committee of Lingāyat Education Association (Dharwad) 1 (1936) - 7 (1942)

JLE = V. N. Jha (ed.), Jaina Logic and Epistemology. Delhi 1997

JLMIW = J. L. Mehta, India and the West. The Problem of Understanding. Studies in World Religions 4: Harvard University Center for the Study of World Religions. Chico, Cal. 1985

JMKU = Joural of the Madurai Kāmarāj University. 3.1 (1973), 5 (1976) - 9 (1980)

JMU = Journal of the Madras University. 1 (1928) - 62 (1990) [AS471.M35a)

JMysoreU = The Half-yearly Journal of the Mysore University (= Mysore University Magazine). 1 (1917) - 3d series 59 (1997) (AS71.M89)

Jnanamuktavali = Jñānamuktāvalī. Commemoration Volume in honour of Johannes Nobel. New Delhi 1943

JNIBS = Journal of Naritasan Institute for Buddhist Studies. 17 (1994) - 36 (2013). I have

JNMP = The Philosophy of J. N. Mohanty. Edited Daya Krishna and K.L.Sharma. New Delhi 1991

JNRC = Journal of the Nepal Research Centre (Humanieis). 1 (1997)-11 (1999) (DS493.N48a)

JOI(B) = Journal of the Oriental Institute (Baroda). 1 (1951) - 59.1 (2010) [PJ25.B3]

JOR = Journal of Oriental Research (Madras). 1 (1927) - 81-82 (2009-2010) [PK101.J6]

JOS = Journal of Oriental Studies (Hong Kong). 1 (1954) - 41.2 (2006) (DS501.H6 EAsia)

JOSA = Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia. 1 (1960) - 44 (2013) [DS1.O7]

Journal of Arts and Ideas (New Delhi) 3 (1983) - 33 (1999)

JP = Journal of Philosophy (New York). 1 (1904) - 107.1-10 (2010) (B1.J65)

JPA = Journal of the Philosophical Association (Nagpur). 1 (1953) - 15 (1974).

JPAMI = N. N. Bhattacharya (ed.), Jainism and Prakrit in Ancient and Medieval India. Essays for Prof. Jagdish Chandra Jain. New Delhi 1994

JPASIC = Jaina Philosophy, Art and Science in Indian Culture (ed. D.C. Jain and R.K.Sharma). Two volumes. Delhi 2002

JPMJG = Jñāna-Pītha Mūrtidevī Jaina Granthamālā (Banaras).

JPS = Journal of Philosophical Studies. 2.1 (1994)

JPT = Nagin J. Shah (ed.), Collection of Jaina Philosophical Tracts. LDS 41, 1973.

JPTS = Journal of the Pāli Text Society (London). 1 (1882) - 142 (1958); 9 (1981) - 31 (2012) (PK4541. J68)

JPU = Sreṣṭhi Devachanda Lālabhāi Jaina Puṣṭakoddhār Fund Series (Bombay)

JRAS = Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland (London). 1 (1834) - 1990; 3d series 1 (1991) - 22 (2012) (elect.)

JRASCB = Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, Ceylon Branch (now Sri Lanka Branch) (Colombo). 1 (1845) - series 2, 32 (1989) - 54 (2008) [AS472.C5]

JRK = Hari Damodar Delankar, Jinaratnakośa: An Alphabetical Register of Jain Works and Authors. Poona: Bandarkar Oriental Research Institute, 1944. Also Government Oriental Series Class C, No.4

JRS = Journal of Religious Studies (Patiala). 1 (1968) - 19 (1991), 21 (1992) - 37 (2006) [BL1. J63

JS = Jaina Studies. Papers of the 12th World Sanskrit Conference, Vol. 9. Edited by Colett Caillat and Naloini Balbir. Delhi 2008

JSB = Jaina Siddhānta Bhāskara. Published jointly with JainA (BL1300.J33)

JSidSt = Journal of Siddhanta Studies (Jaffna). 1993

JSG = Jahrbuch der Schopenhauer-Gesellschaft

JSHJD = Jain Studies in Honour of Jozef Deleu (ed. Rudy Smet and Kenji Watanabe). Tokyo 1993

JSITS = Journal of Studies for the Integrated Text Science. 1.1 (2003)

JSM = Journal of Studies in Mysticism (Australia). 1 (1977)

JSORI = Journal of the Sukrtindra Oriental Research Institute. 9.2 (2008)

JSP = Jadavpur Studies in Philosophy. 1 (1979) - 5 (1983)

JSR = Japan Science Review (Kenkyu Rombunshu). 1 (1950) - 12 (1961)

JSS = Journal of the Śrī Śaṃkara Gurukulam (Srirangam). 1 (1939-400 - 5 (1944-45)

JSU = Journal of Shivaji University (Kolhapur). 1 (1968) - 40.1 (2005)

JSVRI = Journal of the Śrī Veṅkaṭeśvara Rao Institute (Tirupati). 1 (1940) - 16 (1955) [PK101. S74

JTC = G. C. Pande (ed.), Jain Thought and Culture. Jaipur n.d.

JTibS = Journal of the Tibet Society. 1 (1981) - 8 (1988)

JTMFRT = Nagin J. Shah (ed.), Jaina Theory of Multiple Facets of Reality and Truth (Anekāntavāda). Delhi 2000

JTS = Journal of Tamil Studies. 1 (1969) - 2 (1970); n.s. 1 (1972) - 67 (2005) (PL4758.A2 J65(2))

JTSML = Journal of the Tanjore Sarasvatī Mahal Library. 1 (1946) - 49 (2004)

JTU. see TDG

JTUOML, see JKUOML

JUB = Journal of the University of Baroda. 1 (1952) - 35-36 (1987)

JUBihar = Journal of the University of Bihar. 1 (1956) - 2 (1957)

JUBo = Journal of the University of Bombay. 1 (1933) - 53 (1984)

JUG = Journal of the University of Gauhati (Arts). 1 (1946-49) - 39 (1978) [AS472. G364

JUJI = Śrī Jagganāthajyotiḥ. Jagannath University Journal of Indology I.1 (1984), 5-9 (2004) [DS401.. S74]

JUP = Journal of the University of Poona (Humanities). 1 (1952) - 41 (1974)

JURB = Journal of the University of Ranchi, Bihar. 6 - 15, 16.2 (1985)

JUS = Journal of the University of Saugar (Madhya Bharati). 1 (1954) - 10 (1961), 16 (1965) - 18 (1970)

JVaisS = Journal of Vaisnava Studies. 1 (1992-93) - 21.1 (2012) [BL1284.5 J68]

JVS = Jinavāṇīsaṃgraha. Calcutta 1927

JVSC = Journal of the Viśvabhāratī Study Circle. 1 (1959) - 2 (1961)

JYI = Journal of the Yoga Institute (Santa Cruz, India). 1 (1966-67) - 20 (1974-75)

K = F. Kielhorn, A Catalogue of Sanskrit Mss. existing in the Central Province. Nagpur 1874

KAG = Kavirāj-abhinandana-grantha. Lucknow 1967

Kailash = Kailāsh (Kathmandu). 1 (1973) - 19 (2000) (DS485.H6 K26)

Kairos = Kairos. 1 (1959) - 37 (1995)

KAKICW = K. A. Krishnaswamy Aiyar, Collected Works (ed. Satchidananda Saraswati). Holenarsipur 1969

Kalyanamitraraganam = Kalyānamitrārāgaṇam. Essays in Honour of Nils Simonsson. Ed. Eivind Kahrs. Oslo 1986 [B121. K34 1991]

Kalyanamittam = Kalyāṇa-mitta. Professor H. Nakamura Felicitation Volume (ed. V.N.Jha). Delhi 1991

Kalyani = Kalyānī. Journal of Humanities and Social Science, U. of Kalaniya. 5 (1986) - 6 (1987)

KarmaP = David Shulman and Shalwa Weil (eds.), Karmic Passages: Israeli Scholarship on India. New Delhi 2008

KAS = Edwin F. Bryant (ed.), Krishna: a Sourcebook. Oxford 2007

KASGJ = Kumbakonam Advaita Sabha Golden Jubilee Commemoration Volume. Madras 1948

Kashi Vidyapith = Kāshī Vidyāpīth Silver Jubilee Volume. Banaras 1946

Kashyap = J. Kashyap, The Ābhidharma Philosophy. Sarnath 1943

KavS = Kāvyasaṃgraha

KBPCV = K. B. Pathak Commemoration Volume. Poona 1934

KCBSP = K. C. Bhattacharya, Studies in Philosophy. Two volumes. Delhi 1982

KCV = Knowledge, Culture and Value. Papers of the World Philosophy Congress, Dec. 28, 1975 - Jan. 3, 1976. Delhi 1976, 1979. Three parts.

KD = Karṇātak Darshan. Bombay 1955

KDG = Kodaigakku (Osaka)

KDTDR = Kinki Daigaku Tanki Daigaku Ronshu (Osaka)

KFIP = Tara Chatterjee, Knowledge and Freedom in Indian Philosophy. Landon, MD 2002 [B131. C518 2002]

Kh = F. Kielhorn, Report on the search for Sanskrit mss. in the Bombay presidency during the year 1880-1881. Bombay 1881

Khn = F. Kielhorn, A Classified Alphabetical Catalogue of Sanskrit Mss. in the Southern Division of the Bombay Presidency. Bombay 1869

KISSC = Debiprasad Chattopadhyaya, Knowledge and International Studies in Society and Consciousness. Calcutta 1985

KK = Kalyāṇa Kalpataru (Gorakhpur). 1 (1934) - 27 (1963)

KKBLKO, see LKO

KKIBR = Kanakura Hakase Koki Kinan Indogaku Bukkyo Goku Ronshu (Kyoto 1966)

KKKSG = Kochi Kogyo Koto Senmon Gakko Gukujutsu Kiyo

KPJCV = K. P. Jayaswal Commemoration Volume (ed. J. S. Jha). Patna 1981

KRBCP, see KRNCP

KRCIT = Wendy Doniger O'Flaherty (ed.), Rebirth in Classical Indian Traditions. Berkeley 1980

KRH = R.K Mishra and B.M.Sagar (eds.), Knowledge, Reality and Happiness. Simla 1991

Krishna = Krishna. A Sourcebook. Ed. Edwin F. Bryant. Oxford 2007

KRNCP = K.R.Norman, Collected Papers. Four volumes. Oxford 1991-93

KRPCD = Ronald W. Neufeldt (ed.), Karma and Rebirth: Post-Classical Developments. Albany, N.Y. 1986

Krsna Pratibha = Kṛṣṇa Pratibhā. Studies in Indology (Prof. Krishna Chandra Panigrahi Commemorative Volume). Ed. H. C. Das, S. Tripathi, B. K. Rath. Delhi 1994

KS (school) = Kashmir Śaivism. (See KS section of Part IV)

KS = Kant-Studien. 1 (1897) - 77.3 (1986)

KSB2009 = K. S. Balasubramaniam, "Some rare unpublished manuscripts on Yoga in Tamilnadu", Journal of Oriental Research 81-82, 2009-2010, 305-318

KSBC = Mm. Professor Kuppuswāmī Śāstrī Birth-Centenary Commemoration Volume. Part I: Collection of Śāstrī's Writings. Ed. S. S. Janaki. Madras 1981

KSCV = Kuppuswāmi Śāstrī Commemoration Volume. Madras 1937

KSDR = Kyoto Sangyo Daigaku Ronshu (Kyoto)

KSS = Kashi Sanskrit Series

KSTS = Kashmir Series of Texts and Studies

KT = H.W.Bailey, Khotanese Texts. Volumes 1-5, Cambridge 1945-1963.  Vol. I-III reprinted Cambridge 1969, 1980. Vol. IV reprinted 1980. Vol. 5 reprinted 1980

KTKK = Kokusai Tohogakusho Kaigi Kiyo

Kuhn = Festschrift E. Kühn. Breslau 1916

KUJ = Kurukshetra University Journal (Arts and Humanities). 1 (1967) - 37 (2003)[AS472. K857]

KVRACV = Prof. K. V. Raṅgāswāmī Aiyaṅgar Commemoration Volume. Madras 1940

KW = B.K.Matilal and A. Chakrabarti (eds.), Knowing from Words. Dordrecht 1994

L = Rajendralal Mitra, Notices of Sanskrit Mss. Calcutta 1871-1890

LADWR = Harold Coward, ed., Life After Death in World Religions. Delhi 1997

Lahore = Kashi Nath Kunte, Report on the Compilation of the Catalogue of Sanskrit manuscripts for the year 1879. Lahore

LandR = J. L. Mehta, A. K. Chatterjee and Santosh Kumar (eds.), Language and Reality. Proceedings of the Second All-India Seminar held at the Center of Advanced Study in Philosophy, Banaras Hindu University. Varanasi 1968

LB = Lotus bleu

LBIP = Logic and Bellief in Indian Philosophy. Edited by Piotr Balcerowicz. Delhi 2010

LCC = Le civita cattolica (Roma)

LDBC = Living and Dying in Buddhist Culture. Edited b David W. Chappell and Karma Lakshe Tsoma. Honolulu 1998

LDS = Lalbhai Dalpatbhai Series (Ahmedabad)

LDSBDM = Love Divine. Studies in Bhakti and Devotional Mysticism. Ed. Karel Werner. Richmond, Surrey 1993

Lee = S. C. Lee, Popular Buddhism in China. Shanghai 1934

LECI = Logic in Earliest Classical India. Papers of the 12th World Sanskrit Conference, Vol.um 10.2. Edited b Brendan S. Gillon. Delhi 2010

Leumann = Ernst Leumann, Zur nordarischen-sprache und Literatur. Strassburg 1912

LFDP = La fabrication du psychisme. Ed. Silvia Mancini. Paris 2006

L'Herme = L'Herme Nirvāṇa. Paris 1993

LHRCV , see AspJ 1

LindH = Christian Lindtner (tr.) Hīnayāna (in Danish). Denmark 1998

LIPR = Language in Indian Philosophy and Religion (ed. Harold C. Coward).SR Supplement 5. Calgary 1978

LJL = Library of Jain Literature

LKO = Language, Knowledge and Ontology. A Collection of Essays by Professor K.K.Banerjee. Edited by Kalyana Sen Gupta and Krishna Roy. New Delhi 1988

LLHT = Living Liberation in Hindu Thought. Edited by Andrew O. Fort and Patricia Y. Mumme. Albanya, N.Y. 1996. (Cf. Arvind Sharma's review, PEW 48, 1998, 142-161

LLSI = Language, Logic and Science in India: Some Conceptual and Historical Perspectives. Cont. Debiprasad Chattopadhyaya et al. New Delhi 1995

LM = Le Muséon (Paris). 1 (1882) - 126.1 (2013)

LNMCV = The Heritage of India (L. N. Mishra Commemoration Volume). Ed. Upendra Thakur and Yugal Kishore Mitra. Bihar 1978

LP = Lokaprajna (Puri). 2 (1988)

LPB (=PB) = La pensée bouddhique

LPEIM = Le Parole e i Marmi. Studi in Onore di Raniero Gnoli nel suo 70th Compleanno. Ed. Raffaele Torella. Two volumes. SerOR 92.1, Roma 2001 (PK401. Z5 O665 2 volumes.]

LRA = Language, Reality and Analysis. Essays on Indian Philosophy by Jitendra Nath Mohanty. Leiden 1990

LSFV = Ludwik Sternbach Felicitation Volume. Two parts. Lucknow 1979

LSLT = Francois Grimal (ed.), Les Sources et le Temps. Sources and Time, a Colloquium. BEFEO 91, 2001

LSS = Lange, style et structure dans le monde indiens. Centenaire de Louis Renou: actes du Colloqu international (Paris 25-27 janvier, 1996). Paris 1996

LTC = Language, Thought and Culture in India (from c. 600 B.C. to c. A.D. 300). History of Science, Philosophy and Culture in Indian Civilization (Gen. Ed. D.P.Chattopadhyaya). Volume I, part 2. New Delhi 2001

LTK = Linguistic Traditions of Kashmir. Essay in Memory of Pandit Dinanatha Yaksha. Ed. Mrinal Kaul and Ashok Aklujkar. New Delhi 2008

LTM = Sibajiban Bhattacharyya, Language, Testimony and Meaning. New Delhi 1998

M = T.R.V. Murti, The Central Philosophy of Buddhism. London 1955

MachR = Machikanayama Ronshu (Osaka)

MahaRaval = Mahā-Rāval (Rajata Jayantī Abhinandana Grantha). Dungarpur 1950

Mahayanasutrasamgraha I = Mahāyānasūtrasaṅgraha, Volume I. Darbhanga 1960

Mahendra = Indian Culture (Mahendra Jayantī Volume). Calcutta 1951

Makaranda = Makaranda (Madhukar Anant Mahendralala Festschrift). Ed. M.A.Dhgaky and J.B.Shah. Ahmedabad 2000

MandS = Harold Coward and Terence Penelhum (eds.), Mystics and Scholars. The Calgary Conference on Mysticism 1976. SR Supplement 3. Calgary 1976

ManSC = Manuscripts in the Schoyen Collection (Jans Braarvig, editor-in-chief). Two volumes. Oslo 2000 [BQ1011. B62 2000 v.2]

Manual = D.T.Suzuki, Manual of Zen Buddhism. Kyoto 1935; New York 1950, 1960

Manushya: Journal of Humanities. 1 (1998)

Marfatia = Mrudula I. Marfatia, The Philosophy of Vallabhācārya. Delhi 1967

MatR = Matsukaneyama Ronshu (Osaka)

MB (school) = Madhyamaka Buddhism. (See MB section of Part IV )

MB = Mahābodhi (Colombo). 16 (1908) - 103 (1995)

MBL = Alex Wayman, A Millennium of Buddhist Logic. Volume One. Buddhist Translation Series 36. Delhi 1999

MBMI = Medieval Bhakti Movements in India: Sri Caitanya Quincentenary Commemoration Volume (edited N.N.Bhattacharyya (New Delhi 1989)

MBMTP = Minoru Kiyota (ed.), Mahāyāna Buddhist Meditation: Theory and Practice. Honolulu 1978

MBT = Giuseppe Tucci, Minor Buddhist Texts. Roma 1956, 1958; Japan 1978; Delhi 1986

MCB = Mélanges chinoise et bouddhiques (Bruxelles). 1 (1931) - 27 (1995)

MCdH = Mélanges Charles de Harlez. Leiden 1896

MCV = Mālavīya Commemoration Volume. Banaras 1952

MD = M. Rangacarya, A Descriptive Catalogue of the Sanskrit Manuscripts in the Government Oriental Manuscripts Library, Madras. Madras 1910

MDAA = Multi-Dimensional Application of Anekāntavāda (ed. Sagarmal Jain and Shriprakash Pandey). Ahmedabad 1999

MDIFO = Mitteilingen des Institutes für Orientforschung. Deutsche Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin. Institute für Orientforschung. 1 (1953) - 17 (1971)

MDIPP = Madras University Department of Indian Philosophy Publication

MDJG = Manikacandra Digambara Jain Granthamālā

MDJK = Meijo Daigaku Jinbun Kenkyu (Nagoya)

MDP = Mindfulness: Diverse Perspectives on its Meaning, Origin, and Mujltiple Applications af the Intersection of Scienc and Dharma. Edited by J. Mark G. Williams and Jan Kebat-Zinn. Contemporary Buddhism 12.1, 2011

MDPN = Samdhong Rinpoche (ed.), Mādhyamika Dialectic and the Philosophy of Nāgārjuna. Sarnath 1977

ME = Message of the East (=Vedānta Monthly) (=Vedānta Quarterly) (Boston) 1 (1905) - 48 (1959)

MEHTC = H. T. Colebrooke, Miscellaneous Essays. Two volumes. London 1837

MFLYU = Memoires of the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Education, Yamanashi University

MGKCV, see Navonmesa

MGOS = Madras Government Oriental Series

MHBCV = Professor M. Hiriyanna Birth Centenary Commemoration Volume (1871-1971). Ed. V. Raghavan and G. Marulasiddaiah. Mysore 1972

Mi = Mind 1 (187) - 117 (470) (2009)

MIK = Miscellanea Indologica Kiotensia. 1 (1960) - (1965)

MIMLR = Mélanges d'indianisme à la Mémoire de Louis Renou. Paris 1968

MimP = The Mīmāṃsāprakāśa (Poona)

MIRRP = Harold G. Coward, ed. Modern Indian Responses to Religious Pluralism. Albany 1987

MiscB = Christian Lindtner (ed.), Miscellanea Buddhica. Indiske Studien 5. Copenhagen 1985

Mizuno = Kogen Mizuno in EnBud 1.1, 1961, 64-80

MJS38 = Mahavira Jayanta Smaraka 38th. 2001

MK = Miscellanea Kiotensia. Kyoto 1956

MKB = Materialien zur Kunde des Buddhismuis (Heidelberg)

MKUJ - Madurai Kāmarāj University Journal 5 (1976) - 9 (1980)

MMM = Man, Meaning and Morality. Essays in Honour of Professor Rajendra Prasad. Edited by R. Balasubramanian and Ramashanker misra. New Delhi 1995

MMR = Mikkyogaku Mikoshi Ronbushi. Koyosan 1965

MMSFV = Prof. Mukunda Madhava Sharma Felicitation Volume. Studies in Indology (ed. A.K.Goswami and Chutia). Delhi 1996

MO = The Mysore Orientalist. 1 (1967) - 17 (1995) [PK401.M95]

MOF, see MDIFO

MOLP = Mysore Oriental Library Publications

Mon = The Monist. 1 (1890) - 96.3 (2013) (elect.)

MonV = Marxism on Vedānta. Papers on the Conference on "The Universe of Vedānta", 6-7 May 1975. New Delhi 1976

Moonshadows - Moonshadows. Conventional Truth in Buddhist Philosophy. By the Cowherds. Oxford 2012

Morgan = Kenneth W. Morgan (ed.), The Path of the Buddha. New York 1956

MOS = Madras Oriental Series

MP = Mountain Path. 1 (1964) - 27 (1990-91)

MPM = Madhva Prabandhamālā. Madhva's works edited by K. R. Rau. Madras 1908-1912. Four volumes. Second edition 1919, two volumes

MR = Modern Review

MRJ = Research Journal of the Social Sciences (Meerut).1 (1963) - 37 (2011)

MRSBC = Henende Bikash Chowdhury, ed., Mahāpaṇḍita Rāhula Saṅkṛtyāyana Birth Centenary Volume. Calcutta 1994

MRTB = Memoirs of the Research Dept. of the Toyo Bunko (The Oriental Library).4 (1929), 10 (1938) - 30 (1972), 33 (1975) - 40 (1982), 42 (1984), 44 (1986) - 57 (1999), 60 (2002) - 66 (2008) (DS501.M45) EAsia

MS = Modern Schoolman. 1 (1925) - 53 (1976)

MSAP = Brian Carr, ed., Morals and Society in Asian Philosophy. Richmond, Surrey 1996

MSC = Bettina Baumer (ed.), Mysticism in Shaivism and Christianity. New Delhi 1997

MSDS, see MUSS

MSFV = Muhammad Shahidullah Felilcitation Volume. Ed. M. E. Haq). Asiatic Society of Pakistan Publication #17. Dacca 1966

MSOS = Śrī Madhva Siddhānta Onahini Sabhar (Tirupati)

MSS = Münchener Studien zur Sprachwissenschaft (Munich)

MSL, see MSylLevi

MSSME = Myths and Symbols: Studies in Honor of Mircea Eliade. Editeds by Joseph M. Kitagawa and Charles H. Long. Chicago 1969

MSylLevi = Ed. Eli Franco, Mémorial Sylvain Lévi. Paris 1937. Reprinted Delhi 1991

MT = Triennial Catalogue of Manuscripts collected for the Government Oriental Manuscripts Library, Madras. Nine volumes, some in several parts. Edited by M. Rangacharya, S. Kuppuswami Sastri and Z.A.Sankaran. Madras 1913-1943

MTEIE = Mythisierung der Transzendenz als Entwurf ihrer Erfahrung. Arbeitsdokumentation eines Symposiums. eds. G OberHammer and M. Schmucker . OAW Sizungsberichte 706 Band. Beiträge zur Kultur- und Geistesgeschichte Asiens Nr. 41. Wien 2003

MTMHB = Mélanges Tantriques à la Memoire d'Hélène Brunner/Tantirc Studies in Memory of Hélène Brunner. Ed. Dominic Goodall and André Padoux. Pondichery 2007

MTSR = Myth and Theory in the Study of Religion. 1 (1989) - 21 (2009)

Muralt = Raoul van Muralt, Meditations-Sūtras. Zurich 1956; Oberhain 1976

MUSIP = Mysore University Studies in Philosophy

MUPS = Madras University Philosophy Series

MUSS = Madras University Sanskrit Series

MVIC = Mimaṃsā and Vedānta; Interaction and Continuity. Edited by Johannes Bronkhorst. Delhi 2007 [BL1112.26 W67 2003 v. 10.3]

MVV = Mitravāni-Vācaspati Viśeṣāṅka (ed. Rudradhar Jha). Darbhanga n.d.

MW = The Middle Way. 19.4-6 (1945) - 70 (1995), 71.4-72.3 (1997)

MWS = H. R. Bhagavat (ed.), Minor Works of Śaṃkarāchārya. Poona 1924, 1952

Mysore = F. Kielhorn, A Supplementary Catalogue of Sanskrit Works in the Saraswati Bandaram Library of His Highness the Maharaja of Mysore

MySS = Steven T. Katz, ed., Mysticism and Sacred Scripture. Oxford 2000

n = notes

Nagarjuniana = Christian Lindtner, Nāgārjuniana. Studies in the Writings and Philosophy of Nāgārjuna. Indiske Studien 4. Copenhagen 1982; Calcutta 1987. Rearranged as Master of Wisdom (Oakland, Cal. 1986).

Nakamura = Hajime Nakamura, Indian Buddhism: A Survey with Bibliographical Notes. Japan 1980; reprinted Delhi 1987

NanB = Nanto Bukkyo (Nara)

Nandanavana = Nandanavana [Elysium]. Collected Writings of Dr. N. L. Jain. Ed. by Shriprakash Pandey. Parshwanath Vidyapeeth Series 147. Rewa 2005

Navonmesa = Navonmeṣa. Mahāmopādhyāya Gopinath Kaviraj Commemoration Volume. Volume IV: English. Varanasi 1987

NAWG = Nachrichten Akademie der Wissenschaften in Göttingen __ Philosophische-Historische Klasse

NBKK = Naritasan Bukkyo Kenkyu Kiyo (Chiba)

NB(G)KN = Nihon Bukkyo Gakui Nempo (Journal of the Nippon Buddhist Research Association). (1928) - 28 (1963)

NBLBS = Karunesha Shukla (ed.), Nature of Bondage and Liberation in Buddhist Systems. Proceedings of a Seminar held in 1984. Gorakhpur 1988

NBUR = North Bengal University Review. 1 (1980) - 5 (1984) (AS471.N67)

NBWGJ = Nalandā--Buddhism and the World: Golden Jubilee Volume. Ed. R. Panth. Nalanda 2001

NCat = New Catalogus Catalogorum (V. Raghavan, K. Kunjunni Raja et al., eds.). Madras 1949-. In progress. References to Volume I are to the revised edition of 1968

NDVP = New Dimensions in Vedānta Philosophy. Bhagavān Swaminārāyaṇ's Bicentenary Commemoration Volume 1781-1981. Ahmedabad 1981. Two parts.

NEB = New Essays in the Bhagavadgītā (ed. Arvind Sharma). NewDelhi 1987

NEF = Notes y Estudios Filofia (Tucuman, Argentina)

NEPSR = New Essays in the Philosophy of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Edited by S. S. Rama Rao Pappu. Studies In Indian Tradition Series No. 6. Delhi 1995

New Essays = Bardwell L. Smith (ed.), Hinduism. New Essays in the History of Religions. Leiden 1976

NGDR = Nisho Gakusha Daigaku Ronshu (Tokyo)

NHRI = New Horizons of Research in Indology (Silver Jubilee Volume). Ed. V.N.Jha. Publications of the Centre of Advanced Study in Sanskrit Class E, #10. Poona 1989 [KP]

NIA = New Indian Antiquary. 1 (1938) - 9 (1947)

Nilabdhi = Nilabdhi. Essays on Art, Culture and Literature. Pandit Nilamani Mishra Commemoration Volume. New Delhi 2002

Nirgrantha = Nirgrantha (Ahmedabad). 1 (1995 - 2 (1996)

NIT = Neooplatonism and Indian Thought (ed. R. Blaine Harris). Norfolk, Va. 1982

NKDPR = N.K.Devaraja (ed.), Philosophy and Religion. Simla 1989

NKDPRC = Nand Kishore Devaraja, Philosophy, Religion and Culture. Delhi 1974

NKGWG = Nachrichten von der Königl. Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften und der Georg-Augusts-Universitats zu Göttingen. Philologisch-historisch Klasse

NNL(G)B = N. N. Law (ed.), Gautama Buddha: 25th Centenary Volume. 1956

NNMRP = Nava-Nālandā-Mahāvīra Research Publications (Nalanda). 1 (1957), 2 (1960)

NP = A Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts in Private Libraries of the Northwestern Provinces. Ten parts. Allahabad 1877-1886

NPAV = New Perspectives on Advaita Vedanta. Essays in Commemoration of Professor Richard de Smet (ed. Bradley J. Malkovsky). Leiden 2000

NPVAIC = New Perspectives on Vedic and Ancient Indian Civilization (ed. Bhu Dev Sharma). Meerut 2000

NPBR = A.K.Warder (ed.), New Paths in Buddhist Research (Durham, N.C., 1985)

NPNI = Ram Chandra Pandeya and Manju, Nāgārjuna's Philosophy of No-Identity. Delhi 1991

NR = New Review (Calcutta) 1 (1936) - 1950

NSCE = Ninian Smart, Concept and Empathy. Essays in the Study of Religion. Ed. Donald Wiebe. London 1986

NTWR = Peter Koslowski (ed.), Nature and Technology in the World Religions. Dordrecht 2001

NUJ = Nagpur University Journal. 1 (1935) - 36 (1986)

Numen = Numen. 1 (1954) - 60.3 (2013) (elect.)

NV = Nyāya-Vaiśeṣika. (See NV section of Part IV)

NVPTS = Kirunori Hirano, Nyāya-Vaiśeṣika Philosophy and Text Science. Delhi 2012

NW = A Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts in Private Libraries of the North-West Provinces. Part I. Banaras 1874

Nyanaponika = Nyanaponika, Der einzige Weg. Konstanz 1980

O = Oriens (Frankfurt-am-Main). 1 (1948) - 35 (1996)

Oa = Orientalia (Amsterdam). 1 (1840) - 2 (1846)

OAWV = Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften. Veroffentlichungen der Kommission für Sprache und Kulturen Sudasiens (Wien)

OC = Open Court

ODKN = Otani Daigaku Kenkyu Nenpo (Kyoto)

ODVS = Anantalal Thakur, Origin and Development of the Vaiśeṣika System. History of Science, Philosophy and Culture in Indian Civilization II.4, 2003 [B132. V2 T47 2003]

Offenbarung = Gerhard Oberhammer (ed.), Offenbarung, Geistige Realität des Menschen. &#Wien 1974

OG = Otani Gakuho (Kyoto). 1 (1918) - 2000

OH = Our Heritage (Calcutta). 1 (19530 - 39.2 (1996) [DS425. O77 1979] (?)

OHCHB = Offenbarung als Heilserfahrung in Christentum, Hinuismus und Buddhismus. Ed. Walter Strolz und Shizuteru Ueda. Freiburg im Breslau 1982

OHDI = S.N.Eisenstadt, Neuven Kahane and David Shulman (eds.). Orthodoxy, Heterodoxy and Dissent in India. Berlin 1984 [BL2003. O78 1984

OHRJ = Orissa Historical Research Journal (Bhubaneshwar). 1 (1959)- 48 (2005) (DS485.O6 O67)

OKDKJ = Osaka Kyoiku Daigaku Kiyo Jinbun Kagaku

OL, see O

OLit = Orientalischer Literaturzeitung. 1 (18930 - 96 (2001)

Opp(ert) = Gustav Oppert, Lists of Sanskrit Manuscripts in Private Libraries of Southern India. Two volumes. Madras 1885

OPTOE = Prabhakara Ramakrishna Damle, Oxford Philosophy Today and Other Essays. Philosophical Essays--Second Series. Poona 1965

OrNY = Orient (New York) (=New Orient). 1 - 3.2 (1926)

OrParis = Orient (Paris). 1 - 6 (1958)

ORS = Oriental Research Series (London). 1 (1927) - 6 (1931)

ORT = Orientalia Rheno-Traiectina (Leiden). 1 (1949)

OS = Orientalia Suecana (Upsala). 1 (1952) - 58 (1999)

OSRE = On Sharing Religious Experience. Possibilities of Interfaith Mutuality (ed. Jarold D. Grant, Hendrik Y. Vroom, Rein Fernhart, Anton Wessels). Amsterdam 1992

OSt = Oriental Studies (Philadelphia).

OT = Oriental Thought (Nasik). 1 (1954-55) - 7 (1963)

OUA = Orient und antike (Heidelberg). 1 (1924) - 7 (1929)

Oudh = Pandit Devīprasāda, Catalogue of Sanskrit mss. existing in Oudh. Fascicles 3-13 (1879-80), 14-20 (1881-1890)

Oudh 1876, 1877 = John C. Nesfield and Pandit Devīprasāda, Lists of Sanskrit Manuscripts discovered in Oudh during the year 1876 (and 1877). Calcutta, Allahabad 1878

OUPI = Oxford University Papers on India. 1 (1986) - 2.1 (1988) (DS401.O936)

OV = Fernando Tola and Carmen Dragonetti, On Voidness. A Study on Buddhist Nihilism. Delhi 1995

Oxf = Th. Aufrecht, Catalogus Codicum Sanscriticorum Bibliotheca Bodleianae. Oxford 1864

P (language) = Pāli

P = Prajñā (Banaras). 1 (1954-55) - 31.1 (1985), 36-38 (1990-1993), 54.1-2 (2008-2009)

P15ML = V.M.Bedekar (ed.), Philosophy in the Fifteen Modern Indian Languages. Poona 1979

PA = Preceptors of Advaita. Secundarabad 1968

PAIOC = Proceedings of the All-India Oriental Conference. Listed by volume and year. 1-36 (1986-87)

PAISC = Proceedings of All-India Sanskrit Conference on Golden Age of Sanskrit. Madras 1982

PaliBud = Pali Buddhism. Edited by Frank J. Hoffman and Deegalle Mahinda. Richmond, Surrey 1996

Pan = The Pandit (Banaras). 1 (1886) - n.s. 42 (1920)

PAOPA = Proceedings of the Conference of All-Orissa Philosophy Association. 3 (1971) - 5 (1975)

PappuSV = Studies in Vedānta: Essays in Honor of Prof. S. S. Rama Rao Pappu. Eds. P. George Victtor and V.V.S.Saibaba. New Delhi 2006

Parabola = Parabola (New York). 12.1, 3 (1987) - 16 (1991)

Parampara = Paramparā. Essays in Honour of R.. Balasubramanian. Editors Srinivasa Rao and Godabarisha Mishra. New Delhi 2003.

Paris = A written alphabetical catalogue compiled by S. Munk, with additional material supplied in 1886 by M. L. Feer. (Mss. in Bibliotheque nationale, Paris)

Pasadikadanam = Pāsādikadānam. Festschrift für Bhikkhu Pāwsādika. Hrsg. von Martin Straube (et al.). Marburg: Indica et Tibetica Verlag, 2009

PathsLib = Robert E. Buswell, Jr. and Robert M. Gimello (eds.), Paths to Liberation. The Mārga and Its Transformations in Buddhist Thought. Honolulu 1992

PatUJ = Patna University Journal. 1 (1944) - 10, 12 - 27 (1972)

PATM = Pointing at the Moon. Buddhism, Logic, Analytic Philosophy. Edited by Mario d'Amato, Jay L. Garfield, and Tom J. F. Tillemans. Oxford* 2009

PATW = Philosophy and the Life-World

Paul = Diana Paul, Women in Buddhism. Berkeley 1979. Translated into German, Hamburg 1981

PB = Prabuddha Bharata (Calcutta). 1 (1896) - 13 (1908); 17 (1912), 21 (1916), 27 (1922) - 114 (2009) (BL1100. P7)

PBBK = Pari Bukkyo bunka kenkyu (Tokyo 1982)

PBDFV = Studies in Indian History and Culture. Prov. P.B.Desai Felicitation Volume. Dharwar 1971 [DS423. S83]

PBE = Perspective on Buddhist Ethics (edited by Mahesh Tiwary). Delhi 1989

PBh = Prajñā-Bhāratī (Patna). 1 (1981) - 11 (2005) [DS401.P72]

PBIB = Pierre Beautrix, Bibliographie de la Litérature Prajñāpāramitā. Bruxelles

PBO = Polski Biāuletyn Orientalistyczny. 1 (1937)

PBR = Pāli Buddhist Review. 1 (1976) - 6 (1982)

PBS = Prāchyabhāratī Series (Varanasi)

PBSGT = Pranabananda Jas, ed. Perspective of Buddhist Studies (Giuseppe Tucci Birth Centenary Volume), New Delhi 2002

PBT = Pruning the Bodhi Tree. Edited by Jamie Hubbard and Paul L. Swanson. Honolulu 1997

PBV = Prācī-Bhāṣā-Vijñān. Indian Journal of Linguistics. W. Bengal Institute of Linguistics. 20, 2001

PC = Prayer and Contemplation. Ed. Chetus M. Vakkekar. Delhi 1997

PCEL = Premier Colloque Étienne Lamotte. Publications de l'Institut orientaliste de Louvain 42. Louvain-la-Neuve 1993

PCRSIT = Philosophical Concepts Relevant to Sciences in Indian Tradition. Ed. Pranab Kumar Sen et al. Volume I: HSPCRC 3.4. New Delhi 2006. Volume 2: HSPCRC 3.5. New Delhi 2008 [B131. P4 G7 2006 2 vols.]

PDB = René de Berval (ed.), Présence du Bouddhisme. France-Asie. Revue Mensuelle de Culture et de Synthèse 153-157, Paris 1959

PDBTL = Giuseppe Tucci, Pre-Diṅnāga Buddhist Texts on Logic. GOS 49, 1929

PDHTU = Proceedings of the Department of Humanities, Tokyo University

PDK = The Philosophy of Daya Krishna. Edited by Bhuvan Chandel and K.L.Sharma. New Delhi 1996

PDV = A.N.Upadhye and H.L.Jain (eds.), Padmanandīpāñcaviṃśatī. JJG 10, Sholapur 1962

PEBG = Purifying the Earthly Body of God: Religion and Ecology in Hindu India (ed. Lance E. Nelson). Ithaca, N.Y. 1998

PEIP = Mysore Hiriyanna, Popular Essays in Indian Philosophy. Madras 1952

PenB = (=LPB) = Pensée bouddhique

PerP = R.V.Joshi et al., Perspectives in Philosophy. Delhi 1993

PerspC = Perspectives on Consciousness. Editede by Amita Chatterjee. New Delhi 2003

PEW = Philosophy East and West (Honolulu). 1 (1951) - 63 (2013) [electronic]

PF = Przeglad Filozoficzny (B8.P65 P78)

Pfad = Helmut von Glasenapp, Der Pfad zur Erleuchtung. Dusseldorf 1956, 1974

P15ML = V.M.Bedekar (ed.), Philosophy in the Fifteen Modern Indian Languages. Poona 1979

PGI = Philosophy, Grammar and Indology. Essays in Honour of Prof. Gustav Roth. Edited by Hari Shankar Prasad. Delhi 1992

PGIS = Publications of the Greater India Society (Calcutta)

Ph = Philosophy. 1 (1926) - 85 (2010) (elect.)

PHCDPS = Perspective on History and Culture: Essays in Honour of Professor D.P.Singhal (ed. Arvind Sharma). Delhi 1992

PHDEU = Philosophy and Human Development. Essays in Honour of Father Emilio garte, S.J. (ed. A. Amaladass, S.L.Raj and J. Elampassary). Madras 1966

Pheh = Pheharist Saṃskṛta Puṣṭakonke

PhenomEW = F.M.Kirkland and D.P.Chattopadhyaya (eds.), Phenomenology--East and West. Dordrecht 1993

PhilandS = Philosophy and Science: An Exploratory Approach to Consciousness. Papers read at Seminar held at Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Kolkata, India on 8-9 February 2002. Kolkata 2003

PhilCon = Paul Hacker, Philology and Confrontation. Paul Hacker on Traditional and Modern Vedanta (ed. Wilhelm Halbfass)., Albany, N.Y. 1995

PhilEW = Philosophy East and West. Essays in honor of Dr. T.M.P.Mahadevan (ed. H.D. Lewis). Bombay 1976

Philosophica = Philosophica (Calcutta). 6 (1977) - 16 (1987)

PhilR = R. S. Srivastava, S. P. and J. P. Atreya (eds.), Philosophical Reflections. New Delhi 1977

PhilThA = Philosophy, Theory and Action ed. by Surendra Sheodas Barlingay, Kalidas Bhattacharya and K.J.Shah. Poona 1980. Also abbreviated PTA.

PhIP = Phenomenology and Indian Philosophy (ed. D.P.Chattopadhyaya, Lester Embree and Jitendranath Mohanty). Albany, N.Y. 1992

PHKS = Paul Hacker, Kleine Schriften. Herausgegeben von Lambert Schmithausen. Wiesbaden 1978

PhOR = Philosophy of Religion. Ed. K.M.P.Verma. New Delhi 1982

PHT = S.V.Subramanian and R. Vijayalakshmy (eds.), Philosophical Heritage of the Tamils. Madras 1983

PICI = Publications de l'Institut de Civilisation Indienne. Paris

PICP = Proceedings of the International Congress of Philosophy. 1 (1900) - 15 (1973)

PIHC = Proceedings of the Indian History Congress (Delhi). 65 (2004) - 69 (2008)

PIPC, see PICP

PIPV = Pūrvamīmāṃsā from an Interdisciplinary Point of View. Edited by K. T. Pandurangi. HSPIV II.6, Delhi 2006

PIRKW = Perspectives on Indian Religion: Papers in Honor of Karel Werner. Delhi 1986

PJ = Praci-Jyoti: Digest of Indological Studies. 1 (1963) - 40 (2008) [DS401.P7]

PJPC = Satish Kumar Jain and Kamal Chand Sogani (eds.), Perspectives in Jaina Philosophy and Culture. New Delhi 1985

PKCV = Principal Karmarkar Commemoration Volume. Poona 1948

PKGCV = Professor P.K.Gode Commemoration Volume (ed. H.L.Hariyappa and M. M. Patkar). POS 93, 1960

PKGSCH = P.K.Gode, Studies in Indian Cultural History. Hoshiarpur 1961-67

PKRSMS = Proceedings of the K. R. Sant Memorial Seminar on Indian Culture, Philosophy and Art. Edited by Gharati Shalt. Ahmedabad 2001

PKSM = The Philosophy of K. Satchidananda Murty. Edited by Sibajiban Bhattacharyya and Ashok Vohra. New Delhi 1995

PLCIT = The Philosophy of Language in Classical Indian Tradition. Edited by K. S. Prasad. New Delhi 2002 [B130.P46 2002]

PLNB = Papers on the Literature of Northern Buddhism. Edited by Sanghasen Singh and Geza Bethlanfalvy. Delhi 1979

PM = Pūrva-Mīmāṃsā. (See PM section of Part IV)

PNRBFV = Pandit N. R. Bhatt Felicitation Volume (edited by P.S.Filliozat, S.P.Narang and C.P.Bhatta). Delhi 1994

PNREIPR = P. Nagaraja Rao, Essays in Indian Philosophy and Culture. Bombay 1971

PNVB = The Philosophy of N.V.Banerjee (ed. Margaret Chatterjee) New Delhi 1990

PO = Poona Orientalist. 1 (1936) - 27 (1963) [PK401. P6]

Ponniah = V. Ponniah, The Śaiva Siddhānta Theory of Knowledge. Annamalai 1952, 1962

PonV = Perspectives on Vedānta (ed. Rama Rao Pappu). 1987

Poona = A Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts in the Library of the Deccan College. I: F. Kielhorn. II: R.G.Bhandarkar. Poona 1884

POORI = Proceedings of the Okurayama Oriental Research Institute (Yokohama). 1 (1954) - 4, 8

POS = Poona Oriental Series

POSankara = Perspectives of Śaṃkara: Rashtriya Sankara Jayanti Mahotsava Commemoration Volume. Edited by R. Balasubramanian and Sibajiban Bhattacharyya. Madras 1989

POV, see PonV

POWSBSt(udies) = Princess of Wales Saraswati Bhavana Studies (Banaras). 1 (1922) - 10 (1938)

POWSBT = Princess of Wales Saraswati Bhavana Texts

PPC = Robert K. C. Forman, ed., The Problem of Pure Consciousness. New York 1990. Also abbreviated ProbPC.

PPIBPS = Perspectives in Philosophy: Indo-Bulgarian Philosophical Studies (ed. R.V.Joshi, R.P.Srivastava, P.I.Gradinarov, M.M. Agarwal). Sophia Indological Series No. 1. Delhi 1993

PPQ3 = Dialectics and Humanism. The Polish Philosophical Quarterly. Volume III. 3-4, Summer/Autumn 1976

PPR = Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. 1 (1940) - 81.2 (2010) (elect.)

PPRAMC = Perspective in Philosophy, Religion and Art. Essays in Honour of Margaret Chatterjee (ed. R.Balasubramanian and V.C.Thomas). New Delhi 1993

PPSR = Patterns in Philosophyand Sociology of Religions. Edited by Mihaela Gligor and Sherry Sabbarrwal. Jaipur 2011

PQ = Philosophical Quarterly (Amalner). 1 (1925) - 39 (1966). New Series I.1 (1995) [B130. P45]

PQJNMU = The Philosophical Quarterly. Journal of North Maharashtra University Pratap Centre. n.s. 3.3-4, (1997), 4.3-4 (1998), 6.1-2 (2000, 7.3-4 (2001), 8 (2002)

PQS = Philosophical Quarterly (Scotland). 1 (1950) - 61 (2011)(=245) (elect.)

PR = The Philosophical Review. Ithaca, New York. 1 (1892) - 120.1 (2011) (elect.)

Prabhakara-Narayan-Srih = Studies in Indology and Musicology (Dr. Prabhakar Narayan Kawthekar Felicitation Volume. Delhi 1993

Prachya-Pratibha = Prāchya Pratibhā. 1 (1973) - 13.1-2 (1985-87

Praci-Prabha = Prācī-Prabhā. Perspectives in Indology. (Essays in honour of Prof. B.N.Mukherjee). Edited D.C.Bhattacharyya and Devendra Honda. New Delhi 1989

Prajnajyoti = Prajñājyoti. Professor Gopikamohan Bhattacharya Commemoration Volume. Edited by Debabrata Sen Sharma and Manabendu Banerjee. Kurukshetra 1991

Prajnaloka.= Prajnaloka. Journal of the Nagarjuna Buddhist Foundation (Gorakhpur). 1 (1979)

Prakrti4 = Prakṛti: The Integral Vision. Volume Four: The Nature of Matter. Ed. Jayant V. Narlikar. New Delhi 1995

Pramanakirti = Papers Dedicated to Ernst Steinkellner on the Occasion of His 70th Birthday. Ed. Birgit Kellner, Helmust Krasser, Horst Lasic, Michael Torsten-Much and Helmut Tauscher. Two volumes. WCTB 70.2, Wien 2007

Pramodasindhu = Professor Pramod Ganesh Laly's 75th Birthday Felicitatio Volume. Edited by Kalyan Kale, N. B. Marathe, and Shreemal L. Bapat. Pune 2003 [BL1112.26 P74 2003]

Prasadam = Prāsādam. Recent Researches in Archaeology, Art, Architecture and Culture. Prof. B. Rajendra Prasad Festschrift. Eds. S. S. Ramachandra Murti, D. Kiran, Kranth Choudhury. New Delhi 2004

Pratibhanam = Pratibhānam. Research Papers presented to Dr. P. K. Narayana Pillai. Trivandrum 1970

Pratidanam = Pratidānam. Indian, Iranian and Indo-European Studies presented to Franciscus Bernardus Jacobus Kuiper on his 60th Birthday. Ed. J.C.Heesterman et al. Mouton 1968

Pratityasamutpada = Pratītyasamutpāda. Sarnath 1986

PresLight = The Presence of Light. Divine Radiance and Religious Experience. Edited by Matthew T. Kapstein. Chicago 2004

ProbPC = Robert K.C. Forman (ed.), The Problem of Pure Consciousness. New York 1990. Also abbreviate PPC.

ProcAristSoc = Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society. 1 - 106.3 (2006)

ProcASB = Proceedings of the Asiatic Society of Bengal. (Calcutta) (elect.)

ProcIPC = Proceedings of the Indian Philosophical Congress. 1 (1925) - 45 (1971)

PRS = Lewis Lancaster (ed.), Prajñāpāramitā and Related Systems. Berkeley 1977

PRSK = Prasthanaratnakarasabdakahdniya. Papers and Proceedings of Seminar on the Sabdakhanda of Pasthanaratnakara of Gosvami Sri Purusottamacarya. Mandvi-Kutch, Gujarat 2000

PRVV = M. Sivaramkrishna and Sumita Roy (eds.), Perspectives on Ramakrishna- Vivekananda Vedānta Tradition. Hyderabad 1991

PS = Paramārthasādhanā. Poona 1914

PSA = K.L.Sharma and R.S.Bhatnagar (eds.), Philosophy, Society and Action. Essays in Honor of Prof. Daya Krishna. Jaipur 1984

PSJCP, see CPJS

PSK = Parameśvarastotrakadamba. Madras 1873, 1875, 1879, 1883

PSR = P.A.Schilpp (ed.), The Philosophy of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. New York 1952

PTA = Philosophy, Theory and Action. Essays Presented to Prof. S.S.Barlingay on His 61st Birthday. Edited by K.J. Shah et al. Poona 1980. Also abbreviated PhilThA.

PTAIP = T.N.Ganapathy (ed.), Perspectives of Theism and Absolutism in Indian Philosophy. Madras 1978

PTG = Pathway to God (Belgaum). 6 (1971) - 37 (2002), 40 (2004) - 45 (2010)[BL1.P3]

PTP = Philosophy: Theory and Practice (ed. T.M.P.Mahadevan). Madras 1974

PTS = Pāli Text Series

PTSTr = Pāli Text Society. Translation Series

PTT = Mervyn Sprung (ed.), The Problem of Two Truths in Buddhism and Vedānta. Dordrecht 1973

P12WSC = Papers of the 12th World Sanskrit Conference held in Helsinki, Finland 13-18 July 200-3.

P20WCP = The Proceedings of the 20th World Congress of Philosophy. Twelve Volumes. Bowling Green, Ohio 2001

PunOS = Punjab Oriental Series

Purana = Purāṇa. 1 (1959) - 47 (2005) (PK2918.P8 P85)

PURB = Punjab University Oriental Bulletin. 1 (1970) - 36 (2009)

Purnatrayi = Purnatrayi. Shri Ravi Varma Samskrta Granthavali Journal (Tripurithura, Kerala). 16 (1989) - 19.1 (1992)

PV = Prajna Vihara. Journal of Philosophy and Religion (Thailand) 1.2 (2000) - 4 (2003), 5.2 (2004), 7 (2006) - 8 (2007)

PVKF = A Volume of Studies in Indology presented to Prov. P.V. Kane. POS 75, 1941

PY = A.K.Sinha (ed.), Perspectives in Yoga. Varanasi 1976

PWIAI = S.D.Joshi (ed.), Proceedings of the Winter Institute on Ancient Indian Theories on Sentence Meaning. Publications of the Centre of Advanced Study in Sanskrit, Class E, no. 6. Poona 1980 [Do I have?]

Q = Quest (Bombay). 1 - 101 (1976)

QAP = Mysore Hiriyanna, The Quest after Perfection. Mysore 1952

QFT = Quest for Truth. A Felicitation Volume in honor of Prof. S.P.Kanal (ed. K.K.Mittal). Delhi 1976

QJAHRS = Quarterly Journal of the Andhra Historical Research Society. 1 (1926) - 39 (1995)

QJMS = Quarterly Journal of the Mythic Society (Bangalore). 1 (1909) - 100 (2009)[DS401. M8]

Qu = Quest (London). 1 (1909) - 14 (1922-23)

Radh = Rajarama Sastri, Puṣṭakānām Sūcīpatram (The Collection of the Pandit Radhakrishnan of Lahore)

RadhCompStud = Radhakrishnan: Comparative Studies in Philosophy. London 1951

RadhCentVol = Radhakrishnan Centenary Volume (ed. G. Parthasarathi and D.P.Chattopadhyaya). Delhi 1989

Rajasudha = Rājasudhā. Collected Papers of Dr. K. Kunjunni Raja. Madras 1982

RAL = Rencontre avec l'inde (New Delhi). 15.1-2, 1956 - 36 (2007)

RandP = V.K.Bharadwaj (ed.), Rationality and Philosophy. Essays in Honor of Ramchandra Pandeya. New Delhi 1984

RandT = Anindita N. Balselv and J.N.Mohanty (eds.), Religion and Time. Leiden 1993

RAR = Research and Review (Calcutta). 1 (1908) - 3 (1909)

RASBIM = Royal Asiatic Society Monographs

RASPPF = Royal Asiatic Society Publication Fund

RBCERE = Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics. Edited by Ravindra Brahmachari Chidananda.

RBJ = Rabindra Bhāratī Journal. 2 (1987), 4 (1971) - 15 (2009-2010) (B1.R23)

RBP = Research Bulletin of Philosophy. Special Issue. Edited S.K.Bhattacharya. Calcutta 1984

RBS = Researches in Buddhist Studies. A Descriptive Bibliography compiled by Arvind Kumar Singh and Lalan Kumara Jha. Delhi 2007

RCT = Religions and Comparative Thought: Essays in Honour of the Late Dr. Ian Kesarcodi-Watson. Ed. Purusottama Bilimoria and Peter Fenner. Delhi 1988

RDPPIWP = Reason, Dialectic and Postmodern Philosophy: Indian and Western Perspectives. Edited by Raghvendra Pratab Singh. Faridabad 2001

RDR = Ryukoku Daigaku Ronshu (Journal of the Ryukoku University) (Kyoto). 336 (1949) - 1984

RDSO = Rivista degli studi Orientali (Roma). 1 (1907) - 85 (2012) (PJ6.R4)

REB = Revista de Estudios Budistas (Buenos Aires). 1.2 (1991-92) - 13 (1998)

RelationsIP = V.N.Jha (ed.), Relations in Indian Philosophy. Delhi 1992 [B132. R43 R43 1992]

Religion = Religion. 1 (1971) - 32.2-3 (2003)

Religion and Society = Religion and Society. 6 (1959) - 54 (2009) (BL1.C515)

Religious Hinduism = Religious Hinduism: A Presentation and Appraisal. Allahabad 1964

Religious Studies = Religious Studies. 1 (1965) - 49.3 (2013) (elect.)

RelimS = Religion im Spiegelkabinett. Asiatische Religions geschichte in Spannungsfeld zwischen Orientalismus und Okzidentalismus. Ed. Peter Schalk et al. Uppsala 2003

RelST = Religious Studies and Theology (Saskatchewan). 5 (1985 - 31.1 (2012) (elect.)

RelT = Religious Truth (ed. Robert Cummings Neville). Albany, N.Y. 2001

ResIn = Rabindra Kumar Pande (ed.), Research in Indology: a New Perspective. Delhi 1998 [PK2905. R57 1998]

RevRel = The Review of Religion. (1936) - 22 (1958)

RHR = Revue de l'histoire de religions

RIBP = Research in Indian and Buddhist Philosophy. Essays in Honour of Professor Alex Wayman (ed. Ram Karan Sharma). Delhi 1993 [B131. R435 1993]

Rice = Lewis Rice, Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts in Mysore and Coorg. Bangalore 1884

RIH = Renunciation in Hinduism, a Medieval Debate. Vol II: The Viśiṣtādvaita Argument. Publications of the De Nobili Research Library 14. Wien 1987

RIndPh = Kalidas Bhattacharya (ed.), Recent Indian Philosophy. Volume I. Calcutta 1963

RinN = Rinrigaku Nempo (Tokyo)

RinR = Jan Assmann and Albert L. Baumgartan (eds.), Representation in Religion. Leiden 2001

RIP = Revue internationale de philosophie. 1 - 71 (2013) (B1.A24)

RIPMC = Shastri Prabha Kumar (ed.), Relevance of Indian Philosophy in Modern Context. Delhi 1993

RIR75 = Review of Indological Research in Last 75 Years. M.M.Chitrashastri Felicitation Volume. Ed. P.J.Chinmulgund and V.V.Mirashi. Poona 1967

RIST = Re-organizing Indian Śāstric Traditions (ed. Radha Vallabha Tripathi and Achutanand Dash). Delhi 1998

RIT = Revelation in Indian Thought. A Festschrift in honour of Professor T.R.V.Murti (ed. Harold G. Coward and Krishna Sivaraman). Emeryville, California

RJPSS, see MRJ

RJRU = Research Journal of the Ranchi University. 4 (1967) - 9 (1973)

RJSM = Rāyacandra Jaina Śāstra Mālā (Bombay)

RK = Johnathan S. Watts (ed.), Rethinkikng Karma. Chaing Mai 2009

RKBSSS = Rabindra Kumar Pande, Studies in Sanskrit Śāstras. Delhi 2000 [PK801. S78 1991]

RKV = Reality, Knowledge and Value. Essays in Honor of Professor A.G.Javadekar. Ed. S.R.Bhatt. Delhi 1985

RLBPA = Religion and Logic in Buddhist Philosophical Analysis. Proceedings of the Fourth International Dharmakirṭi Conference. Vienna, Aug. 23-27, 2005. Edited by Helmut Krasser, Horst Lasic, Eli Franco, and Birgit Kellner. OAWV 2011

RM = Review of Metaphysics. 1 (1947) - 64.3 (2010) (elect.)

RMI = Giri Raj Gupta (ed.), Religion in Modern India. New Delhi 1983

R.Mitra, Notices, see L (=RM in ms. citations)

RO = Rocznik Orientalistyczny Warsaw). 1 (1914) - 62.1 (2009) (PJ9.R6)

ROB = Revue orientale (Brussels). 1 (1841) - 3 (1844)

Robinson = Richard Robinson, Chinese Buddhist Verse. London 1954

RofY = G. Feuerstein and J. Miller, A Reappraisal of Yoga, London 1971. Also published as Yoga and Beyond, New York 1971

ROP = Revue orientale (Paris). 1 (1868) - 2 (1870)

RP = Revue philosophique (de la France et de l'étranger) (Paris) 1 (1876) - 159.1-2 (1969)

RPBSI = Ram Chandra Pandeya, Buddhist Studies in India. Delhi 1975

RPG = Rājasthān Purātan Granthamālā

RPY = Jean Filliozat, Religion, Philosophy, Yoga: A Selection of Articles. Translated from the French by Maurice Shukla. Delhi 1991

RPISP = Ram Chandra Pandeya, Indian Studies in Philosophy. Delhi 1977 [B131. T87

RPL = Revue philosophique du Louvain

RPR = Review of Philosophy and Religion (Poona). 1 (1930) - 12 (1943)

RPRP, see RandP

RRBS = Recent Researches in Buddhist Studies. Esays in Honour of Professor Y. Karunadasa (ed. Kuala Lumpur Dhammagiti, Asanga Tilakaratna, Kapila Abhayawansa). Hong Kong 1997

RRIP = R. Naga Raja Sarma, Reign of Realism in Indian Philosophy. Madras 1937

RRRPKS - Realism, Responses and Reactions. Essays in Honour of Pranab Kumar Sen. Ed. D. P. Chattopadhyaya, Sanhya Basu, Madhavendra Nath Mitra and Ranjan Mukhopadhyaya. New Delhi 2000

RRVVRI = Research Bulletin, Vishveshwaranand Vedic Research Institute 1 (2002)

RS = T.M.P.Mahadevan, Readings from Śaṃkara. Madras 1961

RSAI = Religion and Society in Ancient India. Sudhakar Chattopadhyaya Commemoration Volume. Calcutta 1984

RSB = Relativism, Suffering and Beyond. Essays in memory of Bimal K. Matilal. Edited by Purushottama Bilimoria and J.N.Mohanty. Delhi 1997

RSV = Dr. S. Radhakrishnan Souvenir Volume. J.P. Atreya (et als, eds). Moradabad 1964

RSET = Ritual and Speculation in Early Tantrism. Studies in Honor of André Padoux. Edited by Teun Goudriaan. Albany, N.Y. 1992

RSJ = T. Ishizu et al. (eds.), Religious Studies in Japan. Tokyo 1959

RSMSPR = Ram Shankar Mishra, Studies in Philosophy and Religion. Varanasi 1971

RSSE = Rahula Sankrtyayana, Selected Essays. New Delhi 1984

RSSI = Recent Studies in Sanskrit and Indology. Prof. Jagannath Agrawal Felicitation Volume. Ed. Dharmendra Kumar Gupta. Delhi 1982

RT = Revue thomiste

Rtam (=ABSP) = 1 (1969) - 18 (1986)

Rtambhara = Ṛtambharā: Studies in Indology. Āchārya Udaya Vīra Shāstrī Felicitation Volume. Ghaziabad 1986

RTP = Revue théologique et philosophique (Switzerland)

Ruegg = David Seyfort Ruegg, The Literature of the Madhyamaka School of Philosophy in India. Wiesbaden 1981

RUG = Recueil de travaux publiés par la faculté de philosophie et lettres de l'Universitat de Gand

RJISH = Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities. 3. 2 (2009)

RYB = A.K.Chatterjee (ed.), Readings on Yogācāra Buddhism. Banaras 1971

RZVT = Raum-zeitliche Vermittlng der Transzenden: Zu 'sakramentaler' Dimension religiosen Tradition (ed. G. oberhammer and Marcus Schmucker). Wien 1999

s = summary

S = Sāṃkhya. (See S section of Part IV)

SACS = South Asian Classical Studies. 1 (2006)

Sainthood = Richard Kieckhofer and George D. Bond, Sainthood: Its Manifestations in World Religions. Berkeley 1988

SaivS = Śaiva Siddhānta. 1 (1966) - 30 (1996), 32 (1997) - 36 (2001), 41-42 (2007-2008)[BL1245.55 S25]

SAJ = Saugar University Journal. 1 (1951) - 5 (1956), 7 (1958) - 10 (1961)

Samamnaya = Samāmnāya. Journal of the Maharesi Veda-Vijnana Academy (Ahmedabad). 1.1, 1992, 8-9 (1999-2000)

Samarasya - Samaṛasya. Studies in Indian Arts, Philosophy and Interreligious Dialogue. Edited by Sadananda Das and Ernst Fürlinger. New Delhi 2005

Sambhasa = Sambhāṣā (Dept. of Indian Philosophy, University of Nagoya). 1 (1979) - 30 (2012) [B130. S26]

Sambodhi = Sambodhi (Ahmedabad). 1 (1972) - 21 (1996), 24 (2001) - 27 (2004) (B130.S27)

SAMSJV = Sir Āśutosh Mookerjee Silver Jubilee Volume. Orientalia. Volume III, parts 1-3. Calcutta 1922

SAMV = Sir Āśutosh Memorial Volume. Patna 1926-28

Sandhani = Sandhāni. Journal of Centre for Studies in Civilizations. Ed. D.P.Chattopadhyaya. 1 (200-1 - 3.1 (2003)

Sankaram = Śāṅkaram. Recent Researches on Indian Culture (Professor Srinivasa Sankaranarayana Festschrift). Ed. S.S.Ramachandran Murthy, B. Rajendra Prasad, D. Kiran Kranth Choudary. New Delhi 2000

SanLitKer =E. Easwaran Nampoothiri, Sanskrit Literature of Kerala (Trivandrum1972)

SANV = K.C.Bhattacharya, Search for the Absolute in Neo-Vedānta. Honolulu 1976

SAOCB = Sein als Offenbarung in Christentum und Hinduismus. Edited by Andreas Bsteh. Modling 1984

Sap = Zapiski vostocnogo otdelenija Russkogo arxeologiceskogo obscestva

SAR = South Asia Research. 1 (1981) - 32.2 (2012)(elect.)

Sarup = Sarūp-Bhāratī: The Homage of Indology. Dr. Lakshman Sarūp Memorial Volume. Hoshiarpur 1951 [915.4, V823 vol. 6]

Sarupa-Saurabham = Sarūpa-Saurabham. Tribute to Indology. Prof. Lakshman Sarup Centenary Volue. Ed. Ashvini Agrawal. New Delhi 2003

SarvastiBS = Charles Willemen, Bart Dessein and Collett Cox, Sarvāstivādi Buddhist Scholasticism. Handbush der orientalistik: Zweite Abteilung: Indien. 11. Band. Brill 1998

Sastrarmbha = Śāstrārambha. Edited by Walter Slaje. AKM 62, 2008

SAT = Sarvāstivāda and its Traditions (ed. Sanghasen Singh). Delhi 1994

Sauhrdayamangalam = Sauhṛdayamaṅgalam. Studies in Honour of Siegfried Lienhard on his 70th Birthday. Eited by Mirja Tuntunen, William L. Smith and Carl Sunasen. Stockholm 1995

Saundarya = Saundarya. The Perception and Practice of Beauty in Indian Philosophy. Ed. Harsh v. Daheja and Mokarand Paranjpe. New Delhi 2003

SAWW = Sitzungsberichte der Akademie der Wissenschaftern in Wien. Phil.-hist. Klasse

SB (in ms. citations) = Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts in the Sanskrit College Library, Banaras. Allahabad

SB = Siddha Bhāratī. Part II. Hoshiarpur 1950

SBalS = Śrī Bālamanoramā Series

SBAV = Eliot Deutsch and J.A.B.Van Buitenen (eds.), Source Book of Advaita Vedānta. Honolulu 1971

SBBT = Juliane Schober (ed.), Sacred Biography in the Buddhist Traditions of South and Southeast Asia. Honolulu 1997

SBE = Sacred Books of the East

SBECCV = Śrī Basaveśvara Eighth Centenary Commemoration Volume. Bangalore 1967

SBFT = Harjeet Singh Gill, Signification in Buddhist and French Traditions. New Delhi 2000

SBGM = Sarasvatī Bhāvanā Granthamālā

SBH = Sacred Books of the Hindus

SBJ = Sacred Books of the Jains

SBL = Summum Bonum of Life. Seminar Proceedings 1974. Belgaum 1974

SBNT = Six Buddhist Nyāya Tracts. BI 185, 1910

SBVLB = Shailaja Bapat, A Study of the Vedānta in the Light of the Brahmasūtras. Delhi 2004

SBWarder = N.K.Wagle and F.Watanabe (eds.), Studies in Buddhism in Honour of Professor A.K.Warder. South Asian Studies Papers No. 5. Toronto 1993

SCCEJ = Kendall W. Folkert, Scripture and Community. Collected Essays on the Jainas. Ed. John E. Cort. Atlanta 1993 [BL1355. F65 1993]

SCEAR = Studies in Central and East Asian Religion. 1 (1988) - 10 (1997)

SCGVS = Shrī Chunilal Gandhi Vidyābhavan Studies (Surat)

Scholasticism = Scholasticism: Cross-Cultural and Comparativd Perspective. Edited b Jose Ignacio Cabezon. Albany, N.Y. 1998

SCR = Studies in Comparative Religion (England). 1 (1967) - 2 (1968), 7 (1973) - 17.1-2 (1985) (BL1.S78)

SCRLI = H.C.Das (ed.), Śrī Chaitanya in the Religious Life of India. Calcutta 1989

SDCh = Ṣaḍdarshanachintanikā or Studies in Indian Philosophy (Poona). 1 (1967) -

Sectes = Emile Steinmiller-Oberlin, Les Sectes bouddhiques japonaises. Paris 1930. English translation London 1938; Westport, Conn. 1970

Selected Sayings = Edward Conze, Selected Sayings from the Perfection of Wisdom. London 1955

Self - East-West Studies on the Problem of the Self (ed. P.T.Raju and Albury Castell). The Hague 1968

SelfandC = Self and Consciousness. Ed. Augustine Thottakare. Bangalore 1989

SerOR = Serie Orientale Roma

SelfSV = Shashiprabha Kumar, Self, Society and Value: Reflections on Indian Philosophical Thought. Delhi 2005

SERS = Selected Essays of Rāhul Saṅkṛtyāyana. New Delhi 1984

Sevartham = Sevārtham (Ranchi). 7 (1982) - 16 (1991)

7WSC2 = Panels of the 7th World Sanskrit Conference, Leiden, Aug. 23-29, 1987. Vol. 2: Earliest Buddhism and Madhyamaka (ed. D.S.Ruegg and L. Schmithausen). Leiden 1990

SG = Aksaya Kumara Sastri, Śaṃkaragranthāvalī. Calcutta 1927

SGDOS = Shri Garib Dass Oriental Series (Delhi). 1 (1981) - 78 (1988)

SGJTDK = Shotoku Gakuen Joshi Tanko Daigaku Kiyo

SGr = Śaṃkaragranthāvalī. Śaṃkara's works edited by Prasannakumara Sastri. Calcutta 1908

Shah = J.G.(Jethalal Govardhanandas) Shah, Śrīmad Vallabhācārya, His Philosophy and Religion. Nadiad 1960

Shakti = Shakti (New Delhi). 1 (1964) - 8 (1971)

SHANA = Chikafumi Watanabe, Michele Dessmavais and Yoshichika Honda (eds.), Saṃskṛta-sādhutā. Studies in Honour of Ashok N.Aklujkar. New Delhi 2012

Shankara and Shanmata = Shankara and Shanmata. Madras 1969

SHAW = Sitzungsberichte der Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften

SHB = A.K.Narain (ed.), Studies in History of Buddhism. Delhi 1980

Shink = Shinshu Kenkyu (Kyoto)

ShinsuSeiten = The Shinshu Seiten: The Holy Scriptures of the Shin Sect. Honolulu 1955

SHIP = Debiprasad Chattopadhyaya (ed.), Studies in the History of Indian Philosophy. An Anthology of Articles for Scholars, Eastern and Western. Three volumes. Calcutta 1978-79

ShortPP = Edward Conze, The Short Prajñāpāramitā Texts. London 1974

SHPL = Science, History, Philosophy and Literature (Dr. D.H.Shanbhag Felicitation Volume). Delhi 2007

SHT = Śrīharṣa, Khaṇḍaṇakhaṇḍakhādya, edited with Ātmasvarūpācārya's Śiṣyahitaiṣiṇī. U.G.C.Grant 31, Gujarat University. Ahmedabad 1990

SH3 = Studies in Hinduism III. Pāñcarātra and Viśiṣṭādvaita Vedānta. Ed. Gerhard Oberhammer and Marion Rastelli. ÖAWV Philosophisch-Historische Klasse. Beiträge zur Kultur- und Geistesgeschichte Asiens 40. Wien 2002

SH4 = Studies in Hinduism IV. On the Mutual Influences and Relationship of Viśiṣṭādvaita Vedānta and Pāñcarātra. Ed. Gerhard Oberhammer and Marion Rastelli. ÖAWV Philosophisch-Historische Klasse. Beiträge zur Kultur- und Geistesgeschichte Asiens 41. Wien 2007

SHVH = Studies in Hinduism. Vedism and Hinduism. Ed. Gerhard Oberhammer. Wien 1997

SI = Sino-Indica (Calcutta, Paris). 1 (1927) - 4 (1930)

SIAAC = Studies in Indo-Asian Art and Culture. 1 (1972) - 5 (1977)

SIAS = The Mortimer and Raymond Sackler Institute of Advanced Studies, Tel Aviv University 1985

SIB = Studien Indologie und Buddhismuskunde. Festgabe Seminar für Indologie und Buddhismuskunde für Prof. Dr. Heinz Bechert. Ed. Rheinhold Grünendahl, Jens-Uwe Hartmann, and Peter Kieffer-Pulz. Indica et Tibetica 22, Rome 1993

SIBSY = Studies in Indology and Buddhism presented in honor of Susumu Yamaguchi. Kyoto 1955

SICE = Sacrifice in India: Concept and Evolution. Ed. (Mrs.) Sindhu S. Dange. Aligarh 1987

SICSL = N. Gangadharan et al, eds., Studies on Indian Culture, Science and Culture(Professor K.V.Sarma Felicitation Volume). Channai 2000

SIEW = The Status of the Individual in East and West (ed. Charles A. Moore). Honolulu 1968

SII = Studien zur Indologie und Iranistik (Germany). 1 (1975) - 29 (2012) [DS423.S8]

SIIWG = Studia Indo-Iranica. Ehrengabe für Wilhelm Geiger. Leipzig 1931

SIJ = Sino-Indian Journal (Santiniketan). 1 (1947) - 2 (1948)

Silburn = Lilian Silburn, Le Bouddhisme. Paris

SILH = P.K.Gode, Studies in Indian Literary History. Volume One (=SJS 37), 1953. Volume Two (=SJS 38), 1954. Volume Three, Poona 1956.

SilkRS I = Johan Elverskog, Silk Road Studies I: Uigur Buddhist Literature. Brepols, Turnhout 1997

SILLE = V.N.Jha, Studies in Language, Logic and Epistemology. Delhi 1986 [P39. J5 1986]

SILM = Rasik Bihari Joshi, Studies in Indian Logic and Metaphysics. Delhi 1979

SIndSt = South Indian Studies: Dr. T.V.Mahalingam Commemoration Volume (ed. H.M.Nayak and B.R.Gopal). Mysore 1990

Singh = Satya Vrat Singh, Vedānta Deśika. His Life, Works and Philosophy. Varanasi 1958

SinghJS = SJS

SIP = Kapil N. Tiwari (ed.), Suffering: Indian Perspectives. Delhi 1986

SIPSR = Studia Ingologica. Professor Satya Ranjan Banerjee Felicitation Volumes. Edited by Jagat Ram Bhattacharyya. Delhi 2007

SIR = Studies in Rāmānuja. Madras 1980

SIRVJ = Studies in Indology. Prof. Rasik Vihari Joshi Felicitation Volume (ed. A. Kumar et al.) New Delhi 1988-89

SIS = Sino-Indian Studies (Santiniketan). 1-5

SISDI = Masatoshi Nagatomi et al. (eds.), Sanskrit and Indian Studies. Essays in Honour of Daniel H. H. Ingalls. Studies of Classical India 2. Dordrecht 1980

SIT, see deBary

SIUM = Studies in Indology. Umesh Mishra Commemoration Volume. Madras 1967

6SystIP = Six Systems of Indian Philosophy. The Sūtras Six Systems of Indian Philosophy with English translations, transliterations and indices. Ed. Tr. Madan Mohan Agrawala. Delhi 2001

SJ = The Sanskrit Journal. 1 (1896)- 22 (1917)

SJGM = Sanātana Jaina Granthamālā (Banaras)

SJS = Śrī Bahadur Singh Jaina Series

SK = Shānti-Sevak (=Self-Knowledge) (London). 1 (1950) - 8 (1959)

SKACV = Dr. S. Krishnaswami Aiyangar Commemoration Volume. Madras 1936

SKBCV = Professor Suryya Kumar Bhuyan Commemoration Volume. Ed. Maheshwar Neogard H. K. Barpujari. All-India Conference 22. Gauhati 1966

SKBFV, see FVSKB

SKDMV = S.K.De Memorial Volume. Ed. R.C.Hazra and S.C.Banerji. Calcutta 1972

SKenk = Shuko Kenkyu (Journal of Religious Studies) (Japan) 124 (1951) - 1984

SKF = J.N.Mohanty and S.P.Banerjee (eds.), Self, Knowledge and Freedom. Essays for Kalidas Bhattacharyya. Calcutta 1978

SKGIB = Sushil K. Gupta (ed.), Insights into Buddhism. Selected Essays on Buddhist Philosophy, Art and History, Delhi 1987

SktRelSt = Sanskrit and Related Studies: Contemporary Research and Reflections (ed. B.K.Matilal and P. Bilimoria). Delhi 1990

SLC = Signification in Language and Culture. Ed. Harjeet Singh Gill. Shimla 2002

SLJH = The Śrī Laṅkā Journal of the Humanities. 1 (1975) - 22 (1996), 32 (2006) - 36 (2010) (AS375.A1 C492)

SLJBS = Śrī Lanka Journal of Buddhist Studies. 1 (1987) - 5 (1996), becomes JBS, Sri Lanka n.s. 1(2003) - 3 (2004) (BQ2.S67)

SLL = Tom J. F. Tillemans, Scripture, Logic and Language. Essays on Dharmakīrti and his Tibetan Successors. Boston 1999

SMFV = Dr. Satkari Mookerjee Felicitation Volume. Varanasi 1969

SMJVGJ = Shrī Mahāvīr Jaina Vidyālaya Golden Jubilee Volume, Part I. Bombay 1968

Smrtigrantha = Śrīparameśvarānandaśāstrī-Smṛti-Grantha. Delhi 1973 [PK102.Z5 S26]

SMS = Śāstramuktāvali Series (Conjeeveram)

SMSR = Studie Materiali di Storia delle Religioni (Roma)

SMT = Kewal Krishna Mittal (ed.), Śūnyavāda--the Mādhyamika Thought. Delhi 1993

SNDU = Hans Peter Duerr (ed.), Sehnsucht nach dem Ursprung zu Mircea Eliade. Frankfurt-am-Main 1983

SNS = Self, No Self? Perspective from Analytical Phenomenological and Indian Traditions. Edited b Mark Siderits, Evan Thompason and Dan Zahari. Oxford 2011

SOHT = Śaivism (Origin, History and Thought). Ed. K. Thimma Reddy. Hyderabad 1994

SOL = Studi Orientali e Linguistici. (1983) - 6 (1995-96)

Sophia = Sophia (Australia). 13 (1974) - 53 (2013) (elect.)

SoundLT = Sallie B. King, ed. The Sound of Liberating Truth: Buddhist-Christian, in Honor of Frederick J. Streng. Richmond 1999

SourceBAP = John M. and Patricia Poyce Koller, A Sourcebook in Asian Philosophy. Upper Saddle River, N.J. 1991

Source Book = S. Radhakrishnan and C.A.Moore (eds.), A Source Book in Indian Philosophy. Princeton 1957

SouthIS = South Indian Studies. Editor S. Murali. Delhi 1998

SPBMS = Studia Philologica Buddhica Monograph Series (Tokyo)

SPBOR = Studia Philologica Buddhica. Occasional Papers Series (Tokyo). 1 (1977) - 4 (1981)

SPC = Science, Philosophy and Culture. The Humayun Kabir Festschrift. Bombay 1968

SPCME = Science, Philosophy and Culture. Multi-Disciplinary Explorations. Edited by D. P. Chattopadhyaya and Ravindra Kumar. New Delhi 1996

SPD = The Svātantrika-Prāsaṅgika Distinction. What Difference Does a Difference Make? Edited by Georges B. Dreyfus and Sara L. McClintock. Boston 2003

SPIP = Manjulika Ghosh, ed., Śabdapramāṇa in Indian Philosophy. New Delhi 2006 [B132. K6 S23 2006]

SPM = S.P.Moghe, Studies in the Pūrva-Mīmāṃsā. New Delhi 1984 [B132. M5 M6433 1984]

SPP = Śāradā Pīṭha Pradīpa (Dwarka). 1 (1961) - 23 (1993) )AS472.I526)

SPPat = Sāhitya Parishad Patrikā (Calcutta)

SPR = S.K.Maitra, Studies in Philosophy and Religion. Second edition. Calcutta 1956

SR = Sanskrit Research. 1 (1915) - 2 (1917)

SRamanuja, see SRV

SramV = Sramana Vidya. Studies in Buddhism. Prof. Jagannath Upadhyaya Commemoration Volume. Ed. N.H.Samtani. Samyag-Vak Series 3. Sarnath 1987

SRC = Studies in Religion and Change. Ed. Madhu Sen. New Delhi 1983

Srijnanamartram = Vijaya Rani, ed., Śrījñānāmṛtam. A Memorial Volume in Honour of Prof. Shri Ninashavasastri (?), Delhi 1996

Srikantha = Śrīkaṇṭha. Dr. S. Śrīkaṇṭha Śāstrī Felicitation Volume. Mysore 1973

Srngeri Souveni = Śṛṅgeri Souvenir Volumes. Various dates

SRP = P. George Victor (ed.), Social Relevance of Philosophy. Essays in Applied Philosophy. AUPS 3, New Delhi 2002

SRTDK = Saga Ryokuku Tanki Daigaku Kiyo (Saga)

Sruticintamani = Śruticintāmaṇi. Prof. C. G. Kashikar Felicitation Volume. Edited by S.S.Bahulkar and Sucheta Paranjpe. Poona 1994

SRV = Śrī Rāmānuja Vāṇī. 1.2 (1979) - 14 (1991), 16-20 (1997), 22-27 (1998-2004)

SS (school) = Śaiva Siddhānta. (See SS section of Part IV)

SS = Stotrasaṃgraha. Banaras 1925

SSADL = Studies in South Asian Devotional Literature (ed. Alan W. Entwistle and Francoise Mallison). Paris 1994

SSam = Sāhitya Saṃhitā (Calcutta)

SSC = Spirituality and Science of Consciousness. Papers read at a seminar held at the Ramakrishsa Mission Institute of Culture, Kolkata, India from Jan. 8-10, 2010. Kolkata 2011

SSEIP = Shrikrishna Saksena, Essays in Indian Philosophy. Honolulu 1970

SSG = Śrīśaṃkaragranthāvalī. Eleven volumes. Kumbhakonam 1954-1962

SSGS = Śrī Śaṃkara Gurukula Series

SSJ = Saṃskṛta-Saṅgītā-Jayadīśvarī. Jewels in Sanskrit and Musicology. Prof. Jagdish Sahni Kulsresta Felicitation Volume. Delhi 1995

SSM = Siddhānta Śikhāmaṇi Mīmāṃsā (ed. Vrajavallabha Dwivedi). Varanasi 2000

SSPC = A Hand-List of the Sanskrit Manuscripts in the Sanskrit Sahitya Parisad, Calcutta

SSPS = Sanskrit Sahitya Parishad Series (Calcutta)

SSS = Sanskrit Savitri Series (Trivandrum)

SStotra = Sarvottamastotra. Ahmedabad 1872; Poona 1873.

SSV = Saṃskṛta-Saṅgīta-Vaijayanti. Studies in Sanskrit and Musicology. Smrt. Kamlesh Kumari Kulshresthrea Commemoration Volume. Edited by Sushma Kulshreshtra and Satya Pal Narang. Delhi 1992

SSVLII = M. Varadarajan, Studies on Śrī Vaiṣṇava Literature II. Tirupati 2005

SSVOI = Studies of the Śrī Veṅkaṭeśvara Oriental Institute (Tirupati)

STBK = Fumio Enomoto, Jens=Uwe Hartmann and Hsashi Matsumara, Sanskrit-Texte aus dem buddhistischen Kanon: Neuentdeckungen und Neueditionen. Two volumes. Gottingen 1989, 1992

StBudEp = Studies in the Buddhist Epistemological Tradition. Proceedings of the Second International Dharmakīrti Conference, Vienna, June 11-16, 1989. Edited by Ernst Steinkellner. Wien 1989

STEVL = Spiritual Traditions. Essential Visions for Living. A Book in Honour of Donald C. Scott. Ed. David Emmanuel Singh. Delhi 1998

StIndPh = Studies in Indian Philosophy. A Memorial Volume in Honour of Pandit Sukhlalji Sanghvi. LDS 84, 1981

StIndT = Studies in Indian Thought. Collected Papers of Prof. T.R.V.Murti. Ed. Harold G. Coward. Delhi 1983

StinJ = M.P.Marathe, M.A.Kelkar and P.P.Gokhale (eds.), Studies in Jainism. Indian Philosophy Quarterly Publication 7. Poona 1984

STM = Shankara the Missionary. Bombay 1978

StO = Studia Orientalia (Helsinki). 1974-1976

StPaliCom - Sodo Mori, Studies of the Pāli Commentaries. A Provisional Collection of Articles. Japan 1989

StSG = George Cardon, Ashok Aklujkar and Hideyo Ogawa (eds.), Proceerdings of the Vyākaraṇa Sectionof the 14th World Sanskrit Conference: Studies in Sanskrit Grammarians. NewDelhi 2012

StudBudPhilos = Yuichi Kajiyama, Studies in Buddhist Philosophy. Edited by Katsumi Mimaki et al. Kyoto 1989

StudCJag = K.C.Mishra (ed.), Studies in the Cult of Jagannātha. Bhubaneshwar 1991

StudCompR = Studies in Comparative Religion. Columbia, South Carolina

StudiaInd = Studiai Indologiczne 1 (1994) - 9 (2002)

Studia Indologica, see BonnOS

Studia Orientalia. 1 (192) - 107 (2009) [PJ9.S36]

StudIHC2 = Studies in Indian History and Culture. Volume II. Ed. L.C.Jha. Patna 1987-88

StudIHC4 = Studies in Indian History and Culture. Volume IV. Ed. C. P. Sinha. Patna 1996

StudIndCult = A Volume of Essays Presented to Sāhitya Śiromaṇi Prof. S. Rāmachandra Rao. Bangalore 1986

StudinInd = Studies in Indology . Prof. Mukunda Mahadeva Sharma Felicitation Volume. Edited by Ashok Kumar Gosvami and Dharmeshwar Chatia. Delhi 1996

StudinM = Studies in Mīmāṃsā. Dr. Mandan Mishra Felicitation Volume). Edited by R.C.Dwivedi.Delhi 1994 [I have]

StudinR = Studies in Religion (Canada). 4 (1974-75) - 38 (2009) - 41 (2012) (Summit)

StudPB = A.K. Narain and Leonard Zwilling (eds.), Studies in Pāli and Buddhism (J. Kashyap Memorial). 1979

Subhasini = Subhāṣiṇī. Prof. Dr.Saroja Bhate Felicitation Volume. Ed. G. U. Thite. Pune 2002

Sucipatra = Sūcīpustaka containing a list of the manuscripts of Fort William, the Asiatic Society in Calcutta, etc. Calcutta 1838

SUD = Śuddhādvaita Vedānta. (See SUD section of Part IV)

Surabhi = Surabhi. Sree Krishna Sarma Felicitation Volume. Tirupati 1983

Suryacandraya = Suryacandraya. Essays in Honor of Akira Yuyama on the occasion of his 65th Bithday. Ed. Paul Harrison and Gregory Schopen. Swisstal-Odendorf 1998

SUS = Sri Umapati Sivacarya: His Life, Works and Contribution to Saivism. Ed. S.S. Janaki. Chennai 1996

SV = Sarvāstivāda and Vaibhāṣika Buddhism. (See SV section of Part IV )

Svasti = Essays in Honor of Prof. Hampa Nagarajiah for his 75th birthday. Edited by Nalini Balbir. Krishnapadadaddi 2010

SVCMV = R.C.Majumdar (ed.), Swāmī Vivekānanda Centenary Memorial Volume. Calcutta 1963

SVOS = Śrī Veṅkaṭeśvara Oriental Series (Tirupati)

SVSI = Satyakam Varma, Studies in Indology. 1976

SESS = Śrī Vallabha Studies Series (Baroda). 1 (1984) - 11, 17

SVUOJ = Śrī Veṅkaṭeśvara University Oriental Journal (Tirupati). 1 (1958) - 50 (2007)[PK101. S74]

SVVS = Śrī Vāṇī Vilās Series

SWII = Taidong Han, Selected Works II: Essays on Cognition Structure. Seoul 2003

SWIII = V.N. Jha (ed.), Sanskrit Writings in Independent India. New Delhi, 2003 [PK2915. N376 2002]

SWV = Stefan Anacker, Seven Works of Vasubandhu. The Buddhist Psychological Doctor. Delhi 1984

SYBC = Susumu Yamaguchi (ed.), Buddhism and Culture. Suzuki 90th Birthday Volume. Kyoto 1960

SylLev = Sylvain Lévi (1863-1935). Etudes indiennes, histoire, sociale. Edited by Lyne Bansat-Boudonat and Roland Lardinois with Isabelle Ratié. Tournout, Belgium 2007

SynP = Synthesis Philosophica (Zagreb). 2.3 (1987)

SYogaC = Surindra Nath Mahajan, ed., The Science of Yoga and Consciousness. All India Conference on Yoga and Its Integration in Modern Education: Papers. Agra 1987

SzumJB = Studien zum Jainismus und Buddhismus. Gedankenschrift für Ludwig Alsdorf. Wiesbaden 1981

t = translation

TA = The Tradition of Advaita. Essays in Honor of V.R.Kalyanasundara Sastri. Ed. R. Balasubramanian. New Delhi 1994

Tabo2 = C. A. Scherrer-Schaub and E. Steinkellner, eds., Tabo Studies II. Manuscripts, texts, insciptions and the arts. SOR 87, 1999

Takakusu = J. Takakusu, "The Ābhidharma literature of the Sarvāstivādins", JPTS 14, 1905-06, 67-146

Tanjore = Sarasvati Mahal Library, Tanjore

TatP = Tattvabodhinī Patrikā (Calcutta)

TatT = Glenn H. Mullin and Nicholas Ribush (eds.), Teachings at Tushita. New Delhi 1981

Tattvaloka = Tattvāloka. Journal of Vedānta. 6 (1983), 7.4-6 (1984-85)

TBDK = Tokyo Bakugei Daigaku Kiyo - Jinbun Kagaku

TBH = The Buddhist Heritage. Ed. Tadeusz Skorupski. Tring, U.K. 1989

TBHTB = K.T.S.Sarao (ed.), A Text Book of the History of Theravāda Buddhism. Delhi 1995

TBIC = The Bases of Indian Culture. Commemoration Volume of Abhedananda (ed. Amiya Kumar Mazumdar and Swami Prajnananda) Calcutta 1971

TBIS = Raniero Gnoli (tr.), Buddhisti in sancrito. Torino 1983

TBKK = Toyo Bunka Kenkyushu Kiyo (Memoirs of the Institute of Oriental Culture, University of Tokyo). 5 (1933) - 153 (2008)

TC = Tamil Culture (Madras). 2 (1953) - 12 (1966)

TCon = Jeffrey R. Timm (ed.), Texts in Context: Traditional Hermeneutics in South Asia. Delhi 1997

TD = P.P.S.Sastri, Descriptive Catalogue of the Sanskrit Manuscripts in the Sarasvati Mahal Library, Tanjore. Srirangam 1943. References are to items.

TDBKH = Tohoku Daigaku Bungakubu Kenkyu Hokoku (Sendai)

TDBKN, see ARTU

TDG = Taisho Daigaku Gakuho. 1 (1924) - 38 (1952)

TEATW = The East and the West. 1 (1903) - 25 (1927)

Telivala = Śuddhādvaita Brahmavāda (The Complete Works of M.T.Telivala). Edited by Kedar Nath Mishra. Varanasi 1980

Tet = Tetsugaku

TGK = Toyogaku Kenkyu (Tokyo)

TGKJAS = T.G.Kalghati (ed.), Jainism: A Study. Mysore 1976

TGKJKC = T.G.Kalghati (ed.), Jainism and Karnatak Culture. Dharwar 1977

THC = The Hindu Commentator

350P = Diane Collinson and Robert Wilkinson, Thirty-Five Oriental Philosophers. London 1994

30YBS = Thirty Years of Buddhist Studies. Selected Essays by Edward Conze. London 1967

Thomas = E.J.Thomas, The Perfection of Wisdom. London 1952, 1954

3-FoldR = John Ross Carter (ed.), The Three-Fold Refuge in the Theravāda Buddhist Tradition. Chambersburg, Pa. 1982

ThV = R. Balasubramanian (ed.), Theistic Vedanta, Volume II, part 3 of History of Science, Philosophy and Culture in Indian Civilization (Gen. Ed. D.P.Chattopadhyaya). Delhi 2003

Tibetan Studies = Proceedings of the Seminar of the International Association for Tibetan Studies. 4.2 (1988), 5.1-2 (1992), 7.1-2 (1997)

TIBGR = Tohoku Indogaku Bukkyo Gakkai Ronshu (Sendai)

TibSHR = Tibetan Studies in Honour of Hugh Richardson. Edited by Mi chael Aris and Aung San Suu Kyi. Proceedings of the Internaiontl Seminar on Tibetan Studies, Oxford, Warminster, England 1979

TibSt = Tibetan Studies (ed. Helmut Krasser, Michael Torsten Much, Ernst Steinkellner). OAWV 256. 2 volumes. Wien 1997

TIC = Tolerance in Indian Culture. Ed. R. Balasuramanian. New Delhi 1992

TICHER, see ICHR

TICOJ = Transactions of the International Conference of Orientalists in Japan. 1 - 49 (2004) (PJ21.J65) EAsia Aux.

TIIAS = Transactions of the Indian Institute of Advanced Study (Simla). 1 (1965)

TIJBS = Thai International Journal for Buddhist Studies. 1 (2009)

TIM = The Indian Mind (ed. Charles A. Moore). Honolulu 1967

TIR = Donald H. Bishop (ed.), Thinkers of the Indian Renaissance. New Delhi 1982

TISGR = Tohoku Indogaku Shukyo Gakkai Ronshu

Tiwari = Mahesh Tiwari, The Pañcappakaraṇa-Aṭṭhakathā. Patna 1968

TJ = The Tibet Journal. 1 (1975) - 30 (2002)

TJR = Tenri Journal of Religion. 1 - 22 (1988), 25 (1997) - 37 (2009) (BL1.T46) EAsia serial.

TK = Tetsuku Kenkyu (Journal of Philosophical Studies). 42.3 (19630 - 45.6 (1972)

TL = Tattvāloka. 5 (1982) - 15.3 (1992)

TLTP = Yajneshwara S. Shastri, Traverses on Less Trodden Paths of Indian Philosophy and Religion. L.D.Series 109, Ahmedabad 1991

TMBM = Jayant Lele (ed.), Tradition and Modernity in Bhakti Movements. Leiden 1981

TMIJ = Tradition and Modernity. India and Japan Towards the Twenty -first Century. Edited by Hiroichi Yamaguchi and Haruka Yamagisawa. New Delhi 1997

TMSR = Shoun Hino and Toshihiro Wada (eds.), Three Mountains and Seven Rivers. Prof. Musashi Tachikawa’s Felicitation Volume. Delhi 2004

TMW = The Meditative Way. Readings in the Theory and Practice of Buddhist Meditation. Compiled by Rod Bucknell and Chris Kang. Richmond, Surrey 1997

TO = The Orient. 1 (1972) - 5 (1976)

ToG = Tohogaku. 1 (1931) - 74 (2001)

Tohogaku - Tohogaku (Eastern Studies). 13 (1957) - (2000)

TOR = The Orientalist (Bombay). 1 (1984) - 3 (1889)

TP = T'oung Pao. 1 (1930 - 96 (2010) (elect.)

TPan = The Pandit. Tradition and Scholarship in India (ed. Axel Michaels). New Delhi 2001

TPIST = Turning Points in Indian Sastric Tradition. Edited by Radhavallabh Tripathi and Nilakantha Dasa. Delhi 1999 [B131. T87 1999]

TPL = Edward Conze, The Prajñāpāramitā Literature. The Hague 1960

TPW = The Pacific World. Journal of the Institute of Buddhist Studies (Berkeley). 1 (1982) - n.s. 1 (1985) - 3 (1987)

TPY = Kura A. Jacobsen, Theory and Practice of Yoga. Essays in Honour of Gerald James Larson. Leiden 2005

TQ = Theosophical Quarterly. 1 (1903) - 35 (1958)

TRAS = Transactions of the Royal Asiatic Society. 1 (1827) - 3 (1835)

TRC = T.R.Chintamani, A Short History of Pūrvamīmāṃsā Literature. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Madras. Typescript

Treasury = Garma C.C. Chang, A Treasury of Mahāyāna Sūtras. Selections from the Mahāratnakūṭa Sūtra. University Park, Pa. and London, 1983

Triveni = Triveṇī (Masulipatam). 1 (1928) - 8.1-2, 9.2,5-12; 10.2,4,8-12; 11.2-6,10; 12.1-8, 10; 13 - 77 (2008) (AP8.T75)

TSAM = Traditional South Asian Medicine. 6 (2000) - 7 (2003). See JEAS for earlier issues. (W1. J0926 KE)

TSFP = Th. Stcherbatsky, Further Papers. Translated by H.C.Gupta. Calcutta 1971

TSMLS = Tanjore Saraswati Mahal Library Series

TSPM = V. Viroopaksha Jadalipal, ed. Tarkaśāstraprabhava Mīmāṃsā. Proceedings of the National Seminar on the Impact of Nyāya-Vaiśeṣika System on the Other Schools of India. Tirupati 2001

TSS = Trivandrum Sanskrit Series

TSV = Tirumalai Śrī Veṅkateśvara. 1 (1932-33)

TSWS = Tibetan Sanskrit Works Series (Patna)

TTTIW = Translating, Translations, Translations from India to the West. Edited by Enrica Garzilli. Cambridge 1996

TUAA = Toyo University Asian Studies. 1 (1961) - 2 (1964)

Tub = R. Roth, Verzeichniss Indischer Handschriften der Königlichen Universitats-Bibliothek in Tübingen. Anhang. Indische Handschriften der Königlichen Offentlichen Bibliothek in Stuttgart. Tübingen 1865

Tulku = Doboom Tulku (ed.), Mind Only School and Buddhist Logic: A Collection of Seminar Papers. New Delhi 1990

TVH = Gerhard Oberhammer (ed.), Transzendenzerfahrung Vollzugshorizont des Heils. Das Problem in Indischer und Christlicher Tradition. Publications of the De Nobili Research Library 5. Wien 1978

TVOS = The Voice of Śaṃkara. 1 (1976) - 36 (2011)

TVP = Tijdschrift voor Philosophie (Netherlands)

TW(G)B = The Wisdom Gone Beyond. An Anthology of Buddhist Texts. Translated from Tibetan, Sanskrit and Pali by various hands. Bangkok 1966

2 BudBooks = Upāsika Chihmann (Miss P.C.Lee), The Two Buddhist Books in Mahāyāna. Hong Kong 1964

2Jewels = Two Jewels of Indian Wisdom (tr. Ramananda Sarasvati). Bloomington, Indiana 2003

2500 Years = B.V.Bapat (ed.), 2500 Years of Buddhism. Delhi 1959

TWP = Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte en Psychologie

UAITD = Ultimate in Ancient Indian Thought and Discipline. Ed. Dr. Mrs. S.S.Dange. Bombay 1991 [B131. IJ45 1991]

UandU = Unique and Universal. Fundamental problems of an Indian Theology (ed. J.B.Chettimattam). Bangalore 1972

UAS, see AUS

UBh = Uttar Bhāratī: Journal of Research of the Universities of Uttar Pradesh. 1 - 8 (1961)

UBRS = University of Baroda Research Series

UCR = University of Ceylon Review. 1 (1942) - 25 (1967)

UCV = Ui Commemoration Volume

UJP = University Journal of Philosophy (Jabalpur). 1 (1962) - 3 (1964)

UM = Umesh Mishra, History of Indian Philosophy. Volume Two. Allahabad 1966

UMCV = Umesh Mishra Commemoration Volume. Allahabad 1970 ff. 1 (1970)

UnM = Understanding Mantras (ed. Harvey P. Alper). Albany, N.Y. 1989.

UPEWP = Understanding Philosophies–Eastern and Western Perspectives. Ed. Manjulika Ghosh. New Delhi 2005

UPHSJ = Uttar Pradesh Historical Society Journal. 23 (1950) - 35 (1952), 9 (1961) - 14 (1966)

UPSPS = University of Poona Sanskrit and Prakrit Series

UR = Robert C. Neville (ed.), Ultimate Realities. Albany, N.Y. 2001

URS = University of Rajasthan Studies (Arts)

UTK = Alex Wayman, Untying the Knots in Buddhism. Selected Essays. Delhi 1997

Utkalasrimanjusa = Utkala'ṛiṃañjūṣā. Proceedings of the National Seminar on Śri Jāgannātha cult-Śri Jāgannātha cult--Śrī Caitanya Philosophy and Śrī Jayadeva Literature. Edioted b D. Prahladacarya. Tirupati 2002

V = Vikram (Ujjain). 1 (1956) - 9 (1965), 14.2, 4 (1971), 15.2, 15.4 (1971)

Vacaspativaibhavam = Vacaspativaibhāvam. A Voume in VFelicitation of Professor Vachaspati Upadhyaya. New Delhi 2011

VandB = Vedanta and Buddhism: Proceedings of the Third All-India Seminar held at the Centre of Advanced Studies in Philosophy, Banaras Hindu University, and Other Papers. Varanasi 1968

VA2 = Viśvabhāratī Annals, volume 2

Vacaspatyam = Saroja Bhate and Madhav Deshpande (eds.), Vācaspatyam (Pt. Vamanshastri Bhagwat Felicitation Volume). Poona 1994

Vadavalai = Vadāvalai (ed. Ramanatha Sarman Bhatta). Bombay 1920

Vajirabhivandana = Venerable Kumburugamuve Vajira Felicitation Volume. Ed. Leelananda Prematilleke and Olver Abeynayake. Colombo 2008

Vanmayi = Vaṇmayī. Panorama of Indological Research. Dr. Krishna Chaturvedi Felicitation Volume. Ed. Radha Vallabha Tripathi. Delhi 1999

VarPl = The Variegated Plumage. Encounters with Indian Philosophy. (A Commemoration Volume in Honor of Pt. Janakinath Kaul 'Kamal)'.Edited by N.B.Patil and Mrinal Kau 'Martand'. Delhi 2003

Vasantagaurava = Vasantagaurava. Essays in Jainism Feliciting Professor M. D. Vasantha Raj of Mysore on the Occasion of his 75th Birthday. Ed. Jayendra Soni. Mumbai 2001

VATW = Vedānta and the West (=Voice of India). 1 (1938) - 140 (1959)

VBA = Viśva-Bhāratī Annals. 1 (1945) - 13 (1969), 14.2 (1971); n.s. 1 (1988) -4 (1992)

VBQ, see VQ

VBS = Viśva-Bhāratī Studies

VCA - Vedanta. Concepts and Application. Papers for a Seminar held from 26 December to 30 December 1997, at the Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture. Gol Park, Calcutta. Calcutta 2000

VD = Vedic Digest (Baroda)

VDG = Vedānta Deśika Granthamālā (ed. P.B.Ananthachariar). Conjeeveram 1941

VDIFO = Deutsche Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin. Institute für Orientforschung. Veroffentliche. 1 (1950) - 76 (1971)

VDPG = Veroffentlichungen der Deutschen Pāli-Gesellschaft

VedS = Vedic Studies. Volume I. Edited by Chidananda, A. Ramaswamy Iyengar, Vasudevan Potti and S.K.Lal. Veliyanal 2002

VEW = Vedānta for East and West (London)

VF = Voprossi Filozofii

VFBHC = Void and Fullness in the Buddhist, Hindu and Christian Traditions. Edited Bettina Bäumer and John R. Dupuche. New Delhi 2005

Vid = Vidyā (Ahmedabad)

VidBh = Vidyā Bhāratī (Bangalore). 3 (1977-780 - 9 (1988)

VidBhar = Vidyaranya Bharati: Essays on Vidyaranys. Warangal, A.P. 1990

tVidya = Vidyā : Rivista trimestrale di Cultura (Marasala). 2 (1963)

Vidyarnavavandanam = Vidyārṇavavardanam. Essays in Honour of Asoka Parpola. Edited by Klaus Karttunen and Petter Koskikullia. Studia Orientalia 94. Helsinki 2001

Vidya-Vratin = Vidyā-Vratin. Professor A.M.Ghatage Felicitation Volume. Edited by A.N.Jha. Delhi 1992

Vidyodaya = Vidyodaya (Nugagoda, Sri Lanka). 1 (1968) - 14 (1986); n.s. 1-8.1-2 (1997)

Vidyotini = E. Easwaran Namppothiry, Glimpses of Sanskrit Research. Vidyotinī: A Collection of Research Papers in Sanskrit and English. Thiruvananthapuram 1995 [PK2903. E2 1995)

VIISR = A Volume of Indian and Iranian Studies presented to Sir E. Denison Ross. Bombay 1939

VIJ = Vishweshwarānand Indological Journal. 1 (1963) - 48 (2010) [PK101. V495]

Vimarsa = Vimarśaḥ (Tirupati). 1 (1972)

VIRB = Vaishālī Institute Research Bulletin. 1 (1971) - 15 (1998), 18 (2005 -22 (2010) [BL1300 M39a)]

Vividha = Vividharatnakarandaka. Festgabe fur Adelheid Mette (ed. Christine Chajnacki, Jens-Uwe Hartmann and Volker M. Tschannerl. Indica et Tibetica 37. Swisstal-Odendorf 2000

VizSS = Vizianagram Sanskrit Series

VJP = Vishwabhāratī Journal of Philosophy. 1 (1964) - 34.1 (1999) [PK101. V496]

VJR = Visva-Bharati Journal of Research. 4 (1979) - 5 (1980)

VK = Vedānta Keśarī (Madras). 1 (1914) - 96 (2009) (B132. C3 A48)

VM = Vedānta Magazine (New York). 1 (1905) - 5 (1909)

VMGS = Vedic magazine and Gurukula samāchār (Lahore)

VMH = Vedic magazine (Hyderabad)

VMRS = Vidvān Manorañjinī Series (Madras)

VOJ, see WZKM

VPIP = Bijayananda Kar, Value Perspectives in Indian Philosophy. New Delhi 2000

VPR = Viśishṭādvaita Philosophy and Religion. A Symposium by 24 Erudite Scholars. Madras 1974

VQ = Viśvabhāratī Quarterly (Santiniketan). 1 (1923) - 50 (1988); n.s. 1-2 1990-92) - 16.2 (2007) - 18.2 (2009) (AP8. V5)

VR = Vedāntaratnāvali (ed. Mahesacandra Pala). Four parts. Calcutta 1884-1888

VRA = V. Raghavan, Abhinavagupta and His Works. Varanasi 1980

VRFP = V. Raghavan (ed.), Foundations of Philosophy. New Delhi 1975

VRFV = Sanskrit and Indological Studies. Dr. V. Raghavan Felicitation Volume. Delhi 1975

VRPRL = V. Raghavan (ed.), Philosophical and Religious Leaders. Part I. New Delhi 1978

VRSFV = Dr. V. Raghavan Shashṭyabdapūrti Felicitation Volume. Madras 1971

VS (school) = Vīraśaivism. (See VS section of Part IV)

VS = Vedāntasamuccaya (ed. Hari Rama Sarma). Ahmedabad, Bombay 1915

VSIPT = V.S.Iyer, The Philosophy of Truth or Tattvajñāna. Madras 1955

VSMV = Vidarbha Samsodhana Mandala Varsika. 1958-1988, 1991-1994

VSS = Vedāntastotrasaṃgraha. 1890

VTBW = Harcharan Singh Sobti, ed., Vipassanā. The Buddhist Way. Delhi 1992

VV = Viśiṣṭādvaita Vedānta. (See VV section of Part IV)

VVMFV = V.V.Mirashi Felicitation Volume. Nagpur 1965

VWWK = Vaiṣṇavī: Women and the Worshp of Krishna. Edited by Steven J. Rosen. Delhi 1996, 1999

W = A. Weber, Verzeichniss der Sanskrit-Handschriften (der Königlichen Bibliothek in Berlin). Two volumes. Berlin 1853, 1888

Warder = A.K.Warder, Indian Buddhism. Delhi 1970

Warren = Henry C. Warren, Buddhism in Translations. Cambridge, Mass. 1915

Watanabe = Fumimaro Watanabe, Philosophy and Its Development in the Nikāyas and Abhidharma. Delhi 1983

WAW = Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften Klasses, Wiesbaden

WB = World Buddhism

WBA = World Buddhism Annual. 1975 - 1977

WCSU = Wisdom, Compassion and the Search for Understanding. The Buddhist Studies Legacy of Gadjin M. Nagao. Ed. Jonathan A. Silk. Honolulu 2000

WDO = Die Welt des Orient. 2 (1954) - 38 (2008)

WEIP = Western Encounter with Indian Philosophy. Festschrift in Honor of Prof. Dr. Thomas Kadan Kavi. Ed. Augustus Thottakara. Bangalore 2002

WerB = Wer is Buddha? Eine Gestalt und ihre Bedeutung für die Menschheit. Ed. Perry Schmidt-Leukel. Munich 1998

WFBR = World Fellowship of Buddhists Review. 8.4-6, 11.1-6, 12.1-3, 17.3, 28 (1991) - 44.4 (2007) [PQ2.W6]

WFMRQ = Whitfield Foy (ed.), Man's Religious Quest. A Reader. London 1978

Wheel = The Wheel Publications. 1 (1958) - 393 (1994)

Winternitz = Moriz Winternitz, Der Mahāyāna Buddhismus. Tubingen 1930

WIP = Sangam Lal Pandey (ed.), Whither Indian Philosophy? Essays in Indian and Western Epistemology. Allahabad 1978

WIT = Wisdom in Tradition. Prof. K.P.Jog Felicitation Volume (ed. Shoun Hino and Lalit Deodhar). Delhi 1999

WL = The Way to Liberation. Indological Studies in Japan. Volume I. Ed. Sengakku Mayeda, Y. Matsunomi. M. Tokunaga and H. Marui. New Delhi 2000 [B131. W39 1000 v.1]

WLKHR = Way of Life: King, Householder, Renouncer. Essays in Honour of Louis Dimont. Paris 1982

WMN = Winternitz Memorial Number. Calcutta 1938

WoolCV = Woolner Commemoration Volume. Lahore 1940

WS = H.R.Bhagavat (ed.), Works of Śrī Śaṃkarācārya. Vols. I, III. Poona 1928

WSS = T.K.Balasubrahmanyam (ed.), Works of Śrī Śaṃkarācārya. Four volumes. Srirangam 1910, 1927

WUW = Collected Works of Unrai Wogihara. Tokyo

WVTIP = World View and Theory in Indian Philosophy. Edited b Piotr Balcerowicz. Warsaw Indological Studies 5. Warsaw 2012

WZKM = Wiener Zeitschrift für des Kundes Morgenlandes (Wien). 1 (1887) - 99 (2009)

WZKSOA = Wiener Zeitschrift für des Kunde Sud-(und Öst)asiens (Wien). 1 (1957) - 52-53 (2009-2010) [electronic]

WZTB = Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde. Wien

x = subject of an article or a book

y = discussed in

Y (school)= Yoga. (See Y section of Part IV)

Yana = Yāna. Zeitschrift fur Fruhbuddhismus und religiose Kultur auf buddhistischen Grundlage. 53, 2000 - 54.1, 2000

YB = Yogācāra Buddhism. (See YB section of Part IV )

YJG = Yaśovijaya Jaina Granthamālā

YL = Yoga Life. 4 (1974) - 14 (1983)

YM = Yoga-Mimamsa. 20 (1980) - 31 (1992)

YMAP = Yogavaṣiṣṭha Mahāraṃāyaṇa. A Perspective. Research Papers presented in the International Seminar held on 26-28 Feb. 2003. Edited by Manjla Sahdev. Patiala 2004

YPMASC = Yogic Perception, Meditation and Altered States of Consciousness (ed. Eli Franco). OAWV, Philosopisch-Historische Klasse. Sitzungsberichte, 794. Band 2009

YQR = Yoga Quarterly Review (London). 1 (1971) - 5 (1972)

YSKBSR = Yuki Hakase Shoju Kinen Bukkyo Shijoshi Ronshu (Tokyo 1964)

YSS = Yajneshwar S. Shastri, Traverses on Less Trodden Paths of Indian Philosophy and Religion. LDS 109, Ahmedabad 1991

YWW = Yoga World Wide. Ed. Gitananda and Meenakshi Devi. Pondichery 1972

ZASS Zentral-Asiatische Studien des Seminars für Sprache- und Kulturwissenschaft Zentralasien der Universität Bern (Wiesbaden). 1 (1967) - 28 (1998)

ZBVG = Zeitschrift für Buddhismus und Verwandte Gebiete (Munchen). 1 (1918) - 9 (1931)

ZDMG = Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenlandischen Gesellschaft (Wiesbaden). 1 (1847) - 161.2 (2012) (PJ5.D4)

ZenEssays = D.T.Suzuki, Essays in Zen Buddhism. Volume 3, 1934. Translated into French as Essays sur le bouddhisme Zen (Paris 1958)

ZII = Zeitschrift für Indologie und Iranistik. 1 (1922) - 10 (1936)

Zinbun = Zinbun. Memoirs of the Research Institute for Humanistic Studies, Kyoto University. 2 (1958), 4-6, 10 - 41 ((2008) (AS551/Z5) EAsia

ZKM = Zeitschrift für die Kunde des Morgenlandes 1 (1837) - 1850

ZMR = Zeitschrift für Missionskunde und Religionswissenschafte (Berlin)

ZPF = Zeitschrift für Philosophische Forschung

ZSEBD = H. Bechert (ed.), Zur Schulgehørichkeit einiger buddhistischen Dichter. Gottingen 1985

ZSWH = Heinz Bechert (ed.), Zur Schülzugehörigkeit von Werken der Hīnayāna-Literature (Symposien zur Buddhismusforschung III.1). Abhandlungen der Akademie Königen der Wissen in Göttingen. Philosophische-historisches Klasses, Dritte Folge Nr. 149. Gottingen 1985