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PANI, JIWAN. World of Other Faces: Indian Masks. vii, (3), 53, (1)pp. Prof. illus. Oblong 4to. Cloth.

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2087 PANINI. Ashtadhyayi of Panini. Edited & translated into English by Srisa Chandra Vasu. 2 vols. (4), 2, 1681, (1), 106pp. Stout 4to. Cloth.

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2088 PANINI. The Astadhyayi of Panini. With translation and explanatory notes by S.D. Joshi and J.A.F. Roodbergen. Vols. I - III. 4to. Buckram. D.j.

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2089 PAÑÑA DIPA, U. The Buddha’s Way to Happiness. A handbook of buddhist meditation presenting the essence of the Buddhadhamma for attainment of ultimate peaceful happiness. (6), 87pp. 12mo. Wraps.

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2090 PANNIER, FRANÇOIS & MANGIN, STEPHANE. Masques de l’Himalaya du primitif au classique. 143, (3)pp. Prof. illus. 4to. Wraps. Published in conjunction with an exhibition at Studio 6, Feb.-April 1989.

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2092 PANT, G.N. Indian Archery. Foreword: W.F. Paterson. xxii, (2), 416pp., 110 plates. 398 figs. 4to. Cloth.

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2093 PANT, G.N. Indian Arms and Armour. 3 vols. I: Pre- and Protohistoric Weapons and Archery. Foreword by M.N. Deshpande. xxiv, 184pp., 88 plates. 246 figs. II: Swords and Daggers. Foreword by N.R. Banerjee. xxiv, 255, (1)pp., 246 plates. 621 figs. III: Human Armour and Shield. Foreword by Kapila Vatsyayan. xiv, 204pp., 122 plates (7 color). 453 figs. Folio. Buckram. Vol. III inscribed by the author.

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2094 PANT, G.N. Indian Shield. Foreword: R.N. Mehta. (8), 219pp. 73 plates (5 color), 112 figs. Lrg. 4to. Leatherette.

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2098 PARAMESWARAN PILLAI, MEKKOLLA N. Assissi Malayalam-English Dictionary. xv, (1), 1056, ii pp. Lrg. stout 8vo. Buckram.

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2100 PAREEK, R.N. Tribal Culture in Flux: The Jatapus of Eastern Ghats. xi, (3), 288pp., 8 plates. 4to. Cloth.

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2101 PAREKUNNEL, A. (EDITOR). Russko-malaialam slovar’. / Rasyan-malayalam nighantu. 809, (3)pp. 4to. Cloth.

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2109 PARKIN, ROBERT. The Munda of Central India. An account of their social organization. xv, (1), 310pp. 3 maps. 4to. Cloth.

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2114 PASADENA. PASADENA ART MUSEUM. Indian and South-East Asian Stone Sculptures from the Avery Brundage Collection. [By] René-Yvon Lefebvre d’Argencé and Terese Tse. Fall 1969. 116pp. Prof. illus. Sq. 4to. Wraps.

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2115 PATAÑJALI. Patañjali’s Vyakarana-mahabhasya: Anabhihitahnika (P. 2.3.1--2.3.17). Introduction, text, translation and notes by S.D. Joshi and J.A.F. Roodbergen. (Publications of the Centre of Advanced Study in Sanskrit. Class C. No. 11.) (4), 3, (1), lii, (4), 45, (1), 141, (1), 4pp. 4to. Boards, 1/4 cloth. D.j.

Poona (University of Poona), 1976.

2116 PATAÑJALI. Patañjali’s Vyakarana-mahabhasya: Samarthahnika (P. 2.1.1). Edited with translation and explanatory notes by S.D. Joshi. (Publications of the Centre of Advanced Study in Sanskrit. Class C. No. 3.) xix, (1), 32, 223, (1)pp. 4to. Cloth. D.j.

Poona (University of Poona), 1968.

2117 PATHAK, G. (EDITOR). Indian Alphabets Abroad. 3 vols. I: South India, Ceylon. II: South India, Vietnam, Burma, Malaya, Jawa, Borneo. III: North India, E. Turkistan, Tibet, Nepal. Sm. 4to. Plastic covers.

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2118 PATHAK, R.C. Bhargava’s Standard Illustrated Dictionary of the Hindi Language. Hindi-English edition. Revised and enlarged. (2), 1280pp. Stout 4to. Cloth.

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2119 PATHAK, RAJENDRA (TRANSLATOR). Die Logik der Narren und andere Volksgeschichten aus dem Kumaon-Himalaya. xx, 138, (4)pp. Lrg. 8vo. Wraps.

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2120 PATKÓ, IMRE & RÉV, MIKLÓS. Die Kunst Vietnams. 53, (3)pp., 180 plates. 18 text illus. Sm. sq. 4to. Cloth.

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2126 PE, HLA. Burma. Literature, historiography, scholarship, language, life, and Buddhism. (6), 214pp. Sm. 4to. Wraps.

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2130 PEISSEL, MICHEL. Zanskar. Ein Königreich auf dem Dach der Welt. 297, (3)pp., 24 plates. Boards.

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2138 PERTOLD, OTAKAR. Príspevky ke studiu lidových nábozenství ceylonských. Cást první [all published]: Simhalské amulety, talismany a rikadla./ Inquiries Into the Popular Religions of Ceylon. Part first: Singhalese Amulets, Talismans and Spells. (Facultas Philosophica Universitatis Carolinae Pragensis. Sbírka Pojednání a Rozpra. 6.) 80, (2)pp. 27 illus. 4to. Wraps.

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2141 PFEFFER, GEORG. Pariagruppen des Pandschab. Inaugural-Dissertation...Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Freiburg i.Br. (4), 211, (15)pp. 16 illus., 8 figs. Lrg. 8vo. Wraps.

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2144 PHAM, HUY THÔNG (GENERAL EDITOR). Dong Son Drums in Viet Nam. 282pp. Prof. illus. Folio. Cloth.

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2148 PHILLIPS, HERBERT P. Thai Peasant Personality. The patterning of interpersonal behavior in the village of Bang Chan. xii, (2), 231pp. 4to. Cloth.

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2149 PHISIT CHAROENWONG. Ban Chiang. / Ban Chieng. (10), 144, 31pp. 17 plates, 1 folding map. Wraps.

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Bangkok (The Fine Arts Department), 1968.

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Bangkok (The Fine Arts Department), 1968.

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Bangkok (Chalermnit Bookshop), 1977.

2157 PICHARD, PIERRE. Inventory of Monuments at Pagan. / Inventaire des monuments, Pagan./ Pugam rhe” hon`” a chok a um mya” a kron`” a ra cac` tam`”. Vols. 1 - 7. Lrg. 4to. Cloth.

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2160 PIGEAUD, TH. Javaans-Nederlands handwoordenboek. xii, 624pp. Cloth.

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The Hague (Martinus Nyhoff [sic]), 1967-1968.

2162 PIGEAUD, THEODOR G.TH. Java in the 14th Century. A study in cultural history. The Nagara-Kertagama by Rakawi Prapañca of Majapahit, 1365 A.D. Third edition, revised and enlarged by some contemporaneous texts, with notes, translations, commentaries and a glossary. (Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde. Translation Series. 4.) 5 vols. I: Javanese Texts in Transcription. xvi, 125pp. II: Notes on the Texts and the Translations. xvi, 153pp. III: Translations. xiii, (3), 177pp. IV: Commentaries and Recapitulation. x, (2), 552pp. V: Glossary, General Index. viii, 451pp. 2 folding plates, 2 folding plans, 2 folding maps, loose in rear pocket, as issued. Illus. 4to. Cloth.

The Hague (Martinus Nijhoff), 1960-1963.

2163 PIGGOTT, STUART. Some Ancient Cities of India. iv, (2), 102pp., 8 plates. 14 plans and maps. Cloth.

London (Oxford University Press), 1945.

2164 PIKE, J.G. & WILKINS, GORDON S. A Comprehensive English-Oriya Dictionary. 2 vols. in 1. (2), 684, ii pp. 4to. Buckram. Reprint of the Cuttack 1916 edition.

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2166 PINGREE, DAVID. Census of the Exact Sciences in Sanskrit. Series A, Volume I. (Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society. 81.) vii, (1), 60pp. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

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2167 PINK, PETER WILHELM. Gathutkaca nagih janji = Gathutkaca fordert die Einlösung eines Versprechens: Lakon des javanischen Wayang Purwa, aufgeführt von Raden Soetrisno. (Veröffentlichungen des Seminars für Indonesische und Südseesprachen der Universität Hamburg. 12.) vi, 516pp. Sm. 4to. Wraps.

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2168 PINK-WILPERT, CLARA B. Bali. Eine Einführung. (Wegweiser zur Völkerkunde. 20.) 105pp. 55 illus. Lrg. 8vo. Wraps.

Hamburg (Hamburgisches Museum für Völkerkunde), 1977.

2169 PINK-WILPERT, CLARA B. Das indonesische Schattentheater. (Holle Kunstbibliothek.) 107, (1)pp. 36 color plates, 23 figs. Sm. 4to. Cloth.

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2170 PIPER, JACQUELINE M. Bamboo and Rattan. Traditional uses and beliefs. (Images of Asia.) xi, (1), 88pp. 30 plates. Boards.

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2171 PIRIYA KRAIROEK. Khokhithen kieokap bæp sinlapa nai Prathet Thai. Khatlu’ak chak Phiphitthaphanthasathan hæng Chat, Sakha Suan Phumiphak./ Art Styles in Thailand. A selection from national provincial museums, and an essay in conceptualization. 236, (2), x pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

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2172 PIRIYA KRAIROEK. The Sacred Image: Sculptures from Thailand. / Das heilige Bildnis: Skulpturen aus Thailand. Text: Piriya Krairiksh. Photographs: Brian Brake. 247pp. 71 plates, text figs. 4to. Boards. Exhibition organized by the Museum for East-Asian Art of the City of Cologne in collaboration with the Department of Fine Arts and the National Museum, Bangkok, 1979-1980.

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2173 PLAESCHKE, HERBERT. Buddhistische Kunst. Das Erbe Indiens. 193, (1)pp., 1 folding map. 74 plates, text figs. Sm. sq. 4to. Boards.

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