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SCHOLZ, FRIEDHELM. Der Herr des Bodens in Ostindonesien. Inaugural-Dissertation...Universität Köln. 185, (5)pp., 16 plates. Lrg. 8vo. Wraps.

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2489 SCHREINER, ALFRED. Les institutions annamites en Basse-Cochinchine avant la conquête française. 3 vols. (2), 340pp.; (2), 324pp.; vii, (1), 325, xlvii pp. Marbled boards, 1/4 leather (rubbed).

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2490 SCHREINER, LOTHAR. Adat und Evangelium. Zur Bedeutung der altvölkischen Lebensordnungen für Kirche und Mission unter den Batak in Nordsumatra. (Missionswissenschaftliche Forschungen. 7.) 315, (1)pp. 10 illus. Sm. 4to. Wraps. English-language summary.

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2491 SCHRENCK-NOTZING, CASPAR. Hundert Jahre Indien. Die politische Entwicklung 1857-1961. 239pp., 2 folding maps. Cloth.

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2492 SCHROCK, JOANN L., ET AL. Minority Groups in Thailand. Contributors: Joann L. Schrock, Irene Crowe, Marilou Fromme, Dennis E. Gosier, Virginia S. McKenzie, Raymond W. Myers, Patricia L. Syegeman. (Ethnographic Study Series.) viii, (2), 1135pp. Stout 4to. Cloth.

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2493 SCHROCK, JOANN L., ET AL. Minority Groups in the Republic of Vietnam. Contributors: Joann L. Schrock, William Stockton Jr., Elaine M. Murphy, Marilou Fromme. (Ethnographic Study Series./ Department of the Army Pamphlet No. 550-105.) ix, (1), 1163pp. Figs. Lrg. stout 4to. Wraps. Mimeograph.

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2494 SCHROEDER, ALBERT. Dai nam hóa tê dô Luc. Annam: Études numismatiques. Texte [only]. vii, (1), 651pp. 4to. Wraps.

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2495 SCHROEDER, LEOPOLD VON. Indien’s Literatur und Cultur in historischer Entwicklung. Ein Cyklus von fünfzig Vorlesungen. Zugleich als Handbuch der indischen Literaturgeschichte, nebst zahlreichen, in deutscher Uebersetzung mitgetheilten Proben aus indischen Schriftwerken. vii, (1), 785, (1)pp. Sm. stout 4to. Marbled boards, 3/4 cloth.

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2496 SCHRÖDER, MANFRED. Reis auf roter Erde. Skizzen aus der Landwirtschaft Vietnams. 166pp. Prof. illus. Sm. sq. 4to. Boards.

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2497 SCHUBRING, WALTHER. Die Lehre der Jainas nach den alten Quellen dargestellt. (Grundriss der indo-arischen Philologie und Altertumskunde [Encyclopedia of Indo-Aryan Research]. III. Band, 7. Heft.) (2), 251pp. 4to. Cloth.

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2498 SCHUBRING, WALTHER. Nayadhammakahao. Das sechste Anga des Jaina-Siddhanta. Einführung, kritische Nacherzählung mit Ausgabe der wichtigeren Textpartien, Kommentar und Glossar. Aus dem Nachlass herausgegeben von J. Deleu. (Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur, Mainz. Abhandlungen der geistes- und sozialwissenschaftlichen Klasse. Jahrgang 1978, Nr. 6.) 79, (5)pp. 4to. Wraps.

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2499 SCHUMANN, HANS WOLFGANG. Auf den Spuren des Buddha Gotama. Eine Pilgerfahrt zu den historischen Stätten. 183, (1)pp. 56 color plates, figs. Sm. 4to. Cloth.

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2500 SCHUMANN, HANS WOLFGANG. Buddhism and Buddhist Studies in Germany. 44, (2)pp. 16 illus. Sm. 4to. Wraps.

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2501 SCHUMANN, HANS WOLFGANG. Buddhismus: Stifter, Schulen und Systeme. 238pp. Illus. 4to. Wraps.

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2502 SCHUMANN, HANS WOLFGANG. Buddhistische Bilderwelt. Ein ikonographisches Handbuch des Mahayana- und Tantrayana-Buddhismus. 381, (3)pp. 420 illus. 4to. Cloth.

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2503 SCHUMANN, HANS WOLFGANG. Der historische Buddha. 319pp. Sm. 4to. Cloth.

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2504 SCHUMANN, HANS WOLFGANG. Mahayana-Buddhismus. Die zweite Drehung des Dharma-Rades. 215, (1)pp. Illus. Sm. 4to. Cloth.

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2505 [SCHUMANN, OLAF H.] Der Islam in Indonesien. (Christentum und Islam. 9.) 74pp. Illus. Lrg. 8vo. Wraps.

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2506 SCHWARTZBERG, JOSEPH E. (EDITOR). A Historical Atlas of South Asia. With the collaboration of Shiva G. Bajpai, Raj B. Mathur and Hameed ud-Din, Lawrence S. Leshnik, Monique E. Schwartzberg, Donna Scott, Eleanor M. Zelliot, and others. Second impression, with additional material. (The Association for Asian Studies. Reference Series. 2.) xxxix, 376pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. folio. Cloth.

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2507 SCHWARZ, FRANZ F. Die Nala-Legende I und II. Text, Umschrift, Übersetzung und Kommentar. (Arbeiten aus dem Institut für vergleichende Sprachwissenschaft. 7.) xviii, 65pp. Sm. 4to. Wraps.

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2508 SCHWEISGUTH, P. Étude sur la littérature siamoise. (2), 409pp., 1 lrg. folding map. 4to. Wraps.

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2509 SCOTT, J.G. Burma. A handbook of practical information. Third edition revised. vi, 536pp. Illus. Sm. 4to. Cloth. Staining.

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2510 SCOTT, J.G. Burma from the Earliest Times to the Present Day. (The Story of the Nations.) xii, 372pp., 32 plates, 1 folding map. Sm. 4to. Cloth.

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2511 [SCOTT, JAMES GEORGE.] The Burman: His Life and Notions. By Shway Yoe [pseud.]. 2 vols. xiv, (2), 370, (6)pp.; viii, 360pp. Cloth.

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2512 SCOTT-KEMBALL, JEUNE. Javanese Shadow Puppets. 65, (1)pp. 30 illus. Lrg. 8vo. Wraps.

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2513 SECKEL, DIETRICH. Kunst des Buddhismus: Werden, Wanderung und Wandlung. Second edition. (Kunst der Welt: Die aussereuropäischen Kulturen.) 332pp. 55 tipped-in color plates, 73 text figs. Sm. 4to. Cloth. Slipcase.

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2514 SEIDENFADEN, ERIK. The Thai Peoples. Book I [all published]: The Origins and Habitats of the Thai Peoples with a Sketch of Their Material and Spiritual Culture. (12), 177pp. 80 illus. hors texte. 4to. Wraps.

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2515 SEIDENSTÜCKER, KARL. Süd-buddhistische Studien. I [all published]: Die Buddha-Legende in den Skulpturen des Ananda-Tempels zu Pagan. (Mitteilungen aus dem Museum für Völkerkunde. IV./ Aus dem 9. Beiheft zum Jahrbuch der Hamburgischen Wissenschaftlichen Anstalten. XXXII.) 114pp., 40 plates. 1 plan, 11 text figs. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

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2516 SEIDENSTÜCKER, KARL. Zwölf Jataka-Reliefs am Ananda-Tempel zu Pagan. (Untersuchungen zur Geschichte des Buddhismus und verwandter Gebiete. 17./ Sonderdruck aus der “Zeitschrift für Buddhismus.”) 31, (1)pp., 6 plates with 12 illus. 4to. Wraps.

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2517 SEIN, KENNETH & WHITEY, J.A. The Great Po Sein. A chronicle of the Burmese theater. Drawings by Ba Lone Lay. xiv, 170pp. 15 illus. hors texte. Text figs. 4to. Cloth.

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2518 SEKHAR, ANANTARAMAYYAR CHANDRA. Evolution of Malayalam. (Deccan College Dissertation Series. 10.) (4), 220pp. 4to. Wraps.

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2519 SELIGMANN, C.G. & SELIGMANN, BRENDA Z. The Veddas. With a chapter by C.S. Myers and an appendix by A. Mendis Gunasekara. (Cambridge Archaeological and Ethnological Series.) xiii, (3), 463, (1)pp., 72 plates, 1 folding map. 15 text figs. 4to. Leatherette. Reprint of the Cambridge 1911 edition.

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2520 SELL, HANS JOACHIM. Der schlimme Tod bei den Völkern Indonesiens. vii, (1), 337pp. 4to. Cloth.

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2521 SELLATTO, BERNARD. Hornbill and Dragon. Arts and culture of Borneo. 49, (185)pp. 472 color illus. Sm. folio. Cloth.

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2522 SELTMANN, FRIEDRICH. Die Kalang. Eine Volksgruppe auf Java und ihre Stamm-Mythe. Ein Beitrag zur Kulturgeschichte Javas. Mit tabellarischer Übersicht, Indizes und Glossar. 430pp., 53 plates (8 color), 2 folding maps. 17 text figs. Lrg. 4to. Cloth.

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2523 SELTMANN, FRIEDRICH. Schatten- und Marionettenspiel in Savantvadi (Süd-Maharastra). 102, (2)pp., 38 plates with 146 illus. (32 color). 7 text figs. Lrg. 4to. Cloth.

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2524 SELTMANN, FRIEDRICH. Schattenspiel in Kerala. Sakrales Theater in Süd-Indien. Mit Summary und einem Anhang: Sequence of Scenes of the Kamba-Ramayanak-Kuttu. 134, (4)pp., 44 plates with 165 illus. (16 color). 3 figs. Lrg. 4to. Cloth.

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2525 SEN, CHITRABHANU. A Dictionary of the Vedic Rituals. Based on the Srauta and Grhya sutras. 172pp., 3 plates, 9 plans. 4to. Cloth.

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2526 SEN, DEVDAN & MACKENZIE, SIMON P.M. Himalaya: Die Klöster des Lama. Photographs by Hitoshi Tamura. (Die Welt der Religionen. 12.) 138, (2)pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Cloth.

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2527 SEN, DINESHCHANDRA (EDITOR). The Ballads of Bengal. 4 vols. 4to. Cloth. Originally published Calcutta 1923-1932.

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2528 SEN, DIPANKAR. Handicrafts Survey Monograph on Lac Ornaments. Editor: Sukumar Sinha. (Census of India 1961. West Bengal & Sikkim. Vol. XVI, Part VIIA [ii].) xxvi, (2), 134, (6)pp., 48 plates (5 color), 2 maps. 13 figs., 37 tables. Lrg. 4to. Boards, 1/4 cloth.

Delhi (Manager of Publications), 1967.

2529 SEN, GERTRUDE EMERSON. The Pageant of India’s History. Vol. 1 [all published]. xii, 431pp. Illus. Sm. 4to. Cloth.

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2530 SEN, P. Handicrafts Survey Monograph on Dokra Artisans of Dariapur (Burdwan). [By] P. Sen, R.A. Singh, A.N. Mukherjee, S. Sinha. (Census of India 1961. West Bengal & Sikkim. Vol. XVI, Part VII-A [4].) xxvi, 100pp., 40 plates, 2 maps. Text figs. Lrg. 4to. Boards.

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2531 SEN, PRABHAS. Crafts of West Bengal. Photographed by S. Mahalanobis. (Living Traditions of India.) 172, (8)pp. Prof. illus. Sq. 4to. Cloth.

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2532 SEN, SURENDRA NATH. Eighteen Fifty-Seven. With a foreword by Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. xxv, (3), 468pp., 8 plates, 3 folding maps. 4to. Wraps.

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2533 SENA, NAGENDRANATHA. The Ayurvedic System of Medicine, or, An Exposition, in English, of Hindu Medicine as Occurring in Charaka, Sucruta, Bágbhata, and Other Authoritative Works, Ancient and Modern, in Sanskrit. By Kabiraj Nagendra Nath Sen Gupta. 2 vols. 32, lxii, 496pp.; iii, (1), 73, (1), 778pp. Stout 4to. Cloth. Originally published 1901.

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2534 SENEVIRATNA, ANURADHA. Traditional Dance of Sri Lanka. (Central Cultural Fund, Ministry of Cultural Affairs. Publication No. 18.) (2), 122, (2)pp. Prof. illus. 4to. Wraps.

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2535 SENEVIRATNA, ANURADHA & POLK, BENJAMIN. Buddhist Monastic Architecture in Sri Lanka (The Woodland Shrines). 152pp., 48 color plates. 4to. Cloth.

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2536 SENEVIRATNE, H.L. Rituals of the Kandyan State. (Cambridge Studies in Social Anthropology. 22.) (10), 190pp. 6 maps, 7 figs. 4to. Cloth.

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2537 SENI PRAMOD, M.R. Interpretative Translations of Thai Poets. Fourth edition. (2), 73, (27)pp. 12 color plates. 4to. Wraps.

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2538 SETHNA, NELLY H. Kalamkari: Painted & Printed Fabrics from Andhra Pradesh. (Living Traditions of India.) 94pp. Prof. illus. Sq. 4to. Cloth.

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2539 SETTAR, S. Inviting Death: Indian Attitude Towards the Ritual Death. (Monographs and Theoretical Studies in Sociology and Anthropology in Honour of Nels Anderson. Publication 28.) xxx, 324pp., 49 plates. 64 text figs. 4to. Wraps.

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2540 SETTAR, S. & SONTHEIMER, GUNTHER D. (EDITORS). Memorial Stones. A study of their origin, significance and variety. (Institute of Indian Art History, Karnatak University, Dharwad. I.A.H. Series. No. 2./ South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg. South Asian Studies. XI/ 11.) (16), 393pp. 168 illus. hors texte. 4to. Cloth.

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2541 SEWELL, ROBERT. A Forgotten Empire (Vijayanagar). A contribution to the history of India. xx, 427pp. 4to. Buckram, 1/4 cloth.

New Delhi (Asian Educational Services), 1980.

2542 SHACKLE, C. A Guru Nanak Glossary. xxxi, (1), 276pp. Sm. 4to. Wraps.

London (School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London), 1981.

2543 SHACKLE, C. An Introduction to the Sacred Language of the Sikhs. (10), 207pp. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

London (School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London), 1983.

2544 SHACKLE, C. Punjabi. x, 223pp. Sm. 8vo. Cloth.

London (Teach Yourself Books), 1972.

2545 SHAH, HAKU. Votive Terracottas of Gujarat. Edited by Carmen Kagal. (Living Traditions of India.) 152pp. Prof. illus. Sq. 4to. Cloth.

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2546 SHAH, HAKU, ET AL. Gopal: Ein indischer Balladensänger zeichnet sein Leben. Von Haku Shah, Barbara und Eberhard Fischer. (54)pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. oblong 4to. Wraps. Parallel texts in German and Gujarati.

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2547 SHAH, P.G. Vimukta Jatis: Denotified Communities in Western India. With a foreword by U.N. Dhebar. xv, (1), 164pp., 7 plates. 4to. Boards, 1/4 cloth.

Bombay (Gujarat Research Society), 1967.

2548 SHAH, SYED FARUQUE. In der Fremde. / Prabase. Bengalische Gedichte Bengalisch-Deutsch. Editiert und ins Deutsche übertragen von Rahul Peter Das. 79pp. Lrg. 8vo. Wraps. Parallel texts in German and Bengali.

Hamburg (Helmut Buske Verlag), 1986.

2549 SHAH, UMAKANT P. Jaina-Rupa-Mandana. Volume I [all published]: Jaina Iconography. viii, (2), 342pp., 109 plates. Lrg. 4to. Cloth.

New Delhi (Abhina Publications), 1987.

2550 SHAKESPEAR, JOHN. A Dictionary, Hindustani and English, and English and Hindustani, the Latter Being Entirely New. Fourth edition, greatly enlarged. xii, 2414, (2)pp. Lrg. stout 4to. Cloth.

London (Printed for the Author and published by Pelham Richardson), 1849.

2551 SHAMASASTRY, R. The Origin of the Devanagari Alphabets. 70pp. Figs. Lrg. 4to. Cloth.

Varanasi (Bharati-Prakashan), 1973.

2552 SHAN, SHARAN-JEET. In My Own Name: An Autobiography. New edition. (10), 177pp. Lrg. 8vo. Wraps.

London (The Women’s Press), 1986.

2553 SHANTA, N. La voie jaina. Histoire, spiritualité, vie des ascètes pèlerines de l’Inde. Présentation de R. Panikkar. (Les Deux Rives.) 613pp. 19 illus. hors texte. 4to. Wraps.

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2554 SHAPOSHNIKOVA, L.V. Bei den Australoiden Südindiens. 304pp., 32 plates (mostly in color). Sm. 4to. Cloth.

Leipzig/Moskva (VEB F.A. Brockhaus Verlag/ Verlag Progress), 1976.

2555 SHAPOSHNIKOVA, L.V. Das Geheimnis der Toda. Reisen in den Blauen Bergen Südindiens. 351, (5)pp., 32 plates (8 color), 1 folding map. Sm. 4to. Cloth.

Leipzig (F.A. Brockhaus Verlag), 1976.

2556 SHAPOSHNIKOVA, L.V. Meine Freunde die Kung. Als Ethnologin in Südindien. 306, (2)pp., 17 color plates. Sm. 4to. Cloth.

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2557 SHARMA, ARYENDRA & VERMEER, HANS J. Einführung in die Grammatik des modernen Hindi. (Studienausgabe). 2. Auflage. (2), iii, (1), 103pp. Lrg. 8vo. Wraps.

Heidelberg (Julius Groos Verlag), 1972.

2558 SHARMA, ARYENDRA & VERMEER, HANS J. Hindi-Deutsches Wörterbuch. 5 vols. xvii, (1), 1644pp. Sm. 4to. Wraps.

Heidelberg (Julius Groos Verlag), 1983-1985.

2559 SHARMA, BRIJENDRA NATH. Festivals of India. xxiii, (3), 156pp., 9 color plates. 107 illus. hors texte. 4to. Cloth.

New Delhi (Abhinav Publications), 1978.

2560 SHARMA, BRIJENDRA NATH. Iconography of Revanta. 86pp., 46 plates. Lrg. 8vo. Cloth.

New Delhi (Abhinav Publications), 1975.

2561 SHARMA, BRIJENDRA NATH. Iconography of Sadasiva. xxi, (3), 61, (3)pp., 38 plates. Lrg. 8vo. Cloth.

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2562 SHARMA, BRIJENDRA NATH. Iconography of Vainayaki. 92pp., 37 plates (1 color). Sm. 4to. Cloth.

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2563 SHARMA, JAGDISH SARAN. Encyclopaedia Indica. Second revised edition. 2 vols. (5), 1407pp. 4to. Cloth.

New Delhi (S. Chand & Company), 1981.

2564 SHARMA, KRISHNA M. Jarman hindi kos./ Deutsch-Hindi Wörterbuch. xxxix, (1), 1216pp. Stout 4to. Cloth.

Gladenbach (Verlag Hinder + Deelmann), 1978.

2565 SHARMA, R.C. Brass and Copperware Industry in Uttar Pradesh, With Special Reference to Varanasi. (Census of India 1961. Vol. XV: Uttar Pradesh. Part VII A. Handicrafts Survey Monograph No. 4.) (4), iii, (3), 52pp., 65 plates, 4 charts, 2 maps. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

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2566 SHARMA, R.C. Woollen Carpet and Blanket Industry in Uttar Pradesh. With special study of woollen carpet industry at Shahjahanpur and blanket industry at Muzaffarnagar. (Census of India 1961. Vol. XV: Uttar Pradesh. Part VII A. Handicrafts Survey Monograph No. 1.) iii, (3), 69, (1)pp., 48 plates, 2 maps. Lrg. 4to. Wraps.

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2567 SHARMA, RAM KARAN. Elements of Poetry in the Mahabharata. (University of California Publications in Classical Philology. 20.) xiii, (1), 175pp. 4to. Wraps.

Berkeley/Los Angeles (University of California Press), 1964.

2568 SHARMA, SURESH K. & BAKSHI, S.R. (EDITORS). Encyclopaedia of Kashmir. 10 vols. Illus. Sm. 4to. Cloth.

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2569 SHARP, LAURISTON & HANKS, LUCIEN M. Bang Chan. Social history of a rural community in Thailand. (Cornell Studies in Anthropology.) 314pp. Prof. illus. 4to. Cloth.

Ithaca/London (Cornell University Press), 1978.

2570 SHARVANANDA. Kathopsanisad. Including original verses, constructed text (anvaya) with a literal word by word translation, English rendering of each stanza, copious notes, and introductory note. (Upanisad Series.) vii, (1), 114pp. Wraps.

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2571 SHASHI, S.S. (EDITOR). Encyclopaedia Indica: India, Pakistan, Bangladesh. Vols. 1 - 10. 4to. Cloth.

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2572 SHASHI, S.S. (EDITOR). Encyclopaedia of Indian Tribes. 12 vols. Illus. Sm. 4to. Cloth.

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2573 SHAW, WILLIAM. Notes on the Thadou Kukis. Edited, with introduction, notes, appendices, illustrations and index by J.H. Hutton. (From the Journal and Proceedings, Asiatic Society of Bengal, N.S., Vol. 24#1. Article No. 1.) 175pp., 7 plates, 1 folding map. 4to. Cloth.

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2574 SHCHERBATSKOI, F. I. Buddhist Logic. (Indo-Iranian Reprints. 4.) 2 vols. xii, 560pp.; vi, (2), 468, (2)pp. 4to. Cloth.

The Hague (Mouton & Co.), 1958.

2575 SHCHERBATSKOI, F. I. Buddhist Logic. 2 vols. xii, 558, (18)pp.; vi, (2), 468, (18)pp. 4to. Wraps. Reprint of the Leningrad 1930 edition.

New York (Dover Publications), 1962.

2576 SHEA, DAVID & TROYER, ANTHONY (TRANSLATORS). The Dabistán, or School of Manners. The religious beliefs, observances, philosophic opinions and social customs of the nations of the East. Translated from the original Persian. With a special introduction by A.V. Williams Jackson. (Universal Classics Library./ Oriental Literature.) xv, (1), 411pp. Frontis. 4to. Marbled boards, 3/4 buckram.

New York/London (M. Walter Dunne), 1901.

2577 SHEKHAR, I. Sanskrit Drama: Its Origin and Decline. (Orientalia Rheno-Traiectina. 7.) xxvii, (1), 214pp., 10 plates. 4to. Cloth.

Leiden (E.J. Brill), 1960.

2578 SHENDGE, MALATI J. The Civilized Demons: The Harappans in Rgveda. xv, (1), 441pp., 1 folding map, 12 plates with 19 illus. 4to. Cloth.

New Delhi (Abhinav Publications), 1977.

2579 SHEPPARD, MUBIN, TAN SRI DATUK. Living Crafts of Malaysia. 118pp. Prof. illus. Oblong 4to. Cloth.

Singapore (Times Books International), 1978.

2580 SHEPPARD, MUBIN, TAN SRI DATUK. The Magic Kite And Other Ma’yong Stories. x, 50pp. Illus. 4to. Wraps.

Kuala Lumpur (Federal Publications), 1960.

2581 SHEPPARD, MUBIN, TAN SRI DATUK. Malay Courtesy. A narrative account of Malay manners and customs in everyday use. Foreword by Dato’ Abdul Razak bin Hussein. 33pp. Illus. Wraps.

Singapore (Donald Moore), 1957.

2582 SHER, SHER SINGH. The Sikligars of Punjab: A Gypsy Tribe. xi, (3), 415pp. 27 illus. hors texte, 33 diagrams. 4to. Cloth.

Delhi (Sterling Publishers), 1966.

2583 SHERWANI, H.K. History of the Qutb Shahi Dynasty. xxiv, 739pp., 1 folding chart. Frontis., 16 illus. hors texte. Stout 4to. Cloth.

New Delhi (Munshiram Manoharlal), 1974.

2584 SHERWANI, H.K. & JOSHI, P.M. (EDITORS). History of Medieval Deccan (1295-1724). 2 vols. I: Mainly Political and Military Aspects. xvi, (2), 653pp. 1 lrg. folding map, loose in rear pocket, as issued. II: Mainly Cultural Aspects. xxx, (2), 627, (3)pp., 90 plates. Text figs. Stout 4to. Buckram.

Hyderabad (Director of Printing and Publication Bureau, Government of Andhra Pradesh), 1973-1974.

2585 SHIRATORI, YOSHIRO, ET AL. Tonan Ajia sanchi minzokushi: Yao to sono rinsetsu shoshuzoku. 334pp. Prof. illus. Lrg. 4to. Cloth. Slipcase. English-language summary entitled “Ethnography of the Hill Tribes of Southeast Asia.”

Tokyo (Kodansha), 1978.

2586 A SHORT GUIDE TO: BOROBUDUR, MENDUT AND PAWON. 28pp. Prof. illus. Sq. 4to. Wraps.

N.p. (Department of Information, Republic of Indonesia), n.d.

2587 SHORTO, H.L. A Dictionary of Modern Spoken Mon. xvi, (2), 280pp. Sm. 4to. Cloth.

London (Oxford University Press), 1962.

2588 SHORTO, H.L. A Dictionary of the Mon Inscriptions from the Sixth to the Sixteenth Centuries. Incorporating materials collected by C.O. Blagden. (London Oriental Series. 24.) xli, (1), 406pp. 4to. Cloth.

London (Oxford University Press), 1971.

2589 SHULMAN, DAVID DEAN. The King and the Clown in South Indian Myth and Poetry. xvi, 447, (1)pp. 3 illus. 4to. Wraps.

Princeton (Princeton University Press), 1985.

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