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1 Hinduism
1 300s Mahabharata By Various 12,829 213:49:00 (8D 21:49)
2 1000 BC Ramayana By VALMIKI 2,225 37:04:53
3 1500 - 500 BC Vedas By Various 1,671 26:31:26
6 Kama Sutra By Mallanaga VATSYAYANA 376 6:15:58
7 500s Hindoo Tales or Adventures of 10 Princes By DANDIN 315 5:14:55
8 100 BC Yoga Sutras of Patanjali By PATANJALI 218 3:37:33
11 3,000 BC Bhagavad Gita By Various 175 2:55:02
12 1902 Hindu Book of Astrology by Seva 145 2:24:13
13 1922 Hindu Gods & Heroes Studies in History of Religion of India by Barnett 129 2:09
14 1859 Hindu Law & Judicature from Dharma-Sástra of Yájnavalkya by Yájnavalkya 116 1:55
4 Buddhism
26 1922 Siddhartha by Hesse 169 2:49
27 1988 Modern Buddhism: Path of Compassion & Wisdom - V1 Sutra by Kelsang 162 2:42
29 200s BC Dhammapada By Buddha 103 1:42:37
30 200 Tree of Wisdom by Nagarjuna 94 1:33:19
5 Novels
34 22 Goblins By SOMADEVA 228 3:47:23
35 500 Vairagya Shatakam By BHARTRHAR 113 1:52:40
1 300s Mahabharata By Various3,207,250W 12,829P 213:49:00 8D 21:00 3 6GB
1 Adi Parva (Beginning) - Mahabharata narrated by Sauti to assembled rishis at Naimisharanya
birth & upbringing of princes History of Bharata race & also traces history of Bhrigu race
231,500W 926P 20:25:20 280MB
1 Anukramanika Parva, Description of entire Mahabharata given by King Dhritarashtra to Sanjaya while repenting
2 Paushya Parva
3 Pauloma Parva
4 Astika Parva
5 Adivansavatarana Parva
6 Sambhava Parva
7 Jatugriha-daha Parva
8 Hidimba-vadha Parva
9 Baka-vadha Parva
10 Chaitraratha Parva
11 Swayamvara Parva
12 Vaivahika Parva
13 Viduragamana Parva
14 Rajya-labha Parva
15 Arjuna-vanavasa Parva
16 Subhadra-harana Parva
17 Harana-harika Parva
18 Khandava-daha Parva
2 Sabhakriya Parva Assembly Hall - Maya Danava erects palace & court (sabha), at Indraprastha
- Life at court, game of dice, & exile of Pandavas Maya Danava erects palace & court (sabha), at Indraprastha
151,000W 604P 13:25:00 183MB 80C 8Pts
1 Sabhakriya Parva
2 Lokapala Sabhakhayana Parva
3 Rajasuyarambha Parva
4 Jarasandhta-vadha Parva - sub-parva describes how & why trio Krishna, Arjuna & Bhima kil
5 Digvijaya Parva
6 Rajasuyika Parva
7 Arghyaharana Parva,
8 Sisupala-vadha Parva - How & why Krishna kills Sisupala in shaba
9 Dyuta Parva - How pandavas were invited by Dhritarashtra for game of dice Shakuni swindles Yudhisthir
3 Aranyaka Parva (Forest) - 12 years of exile in forest (aranya)
427,750W 1,711P 28:30:05 391M
1 Aranyaka Parva
2 Kirmirabadha Parva
3 Arjunabhigamana Parva
4 Kairata Parva
5 Indralokagamana Parva
6 Nalopakhyana Parva
7 Tirtha-yatra Parva
8 Markandeya-Samasya Parva
9 Draupadi-Satyabhama Samvada Parva
10 Ghosha-yatra Parva
11 Draupadi-harana Parva
12 Pativrata-mahatmya Parva
13 Aranya Parva
4 Pandava-Pravesa Parva (Virata) - year spent incognito at court of Virata
81,250W 325P 5:24:18 148M
1 Pandava pravesha parvam
2 Samaya palana parvam
3 Keechaka vada parvam
4 Gho grahana parvam
5 Vaivahiha parvam
5 UDYOGA PARAVA (Effort) - Book of Effort in preparations for war 249,000W 996P 16:35:23 227M
1 Krishna & Baladeva had both departed for Dwaraka with all Vrishnis, Andhakas, Bhojas: Mention Anarta (city), Dasarha (race),
2 Who joined Yudhishthira for war:
1 Yuyudhana
2 Chedis
3 Dhrishtaketu
4 Jayatsena (Magadha)
5 Virata (Matsyas)
6 Bhagadatta
7 Chhinas
8 Kiratas
9 Bhurisravas
10 Salya
11 Kritavarman
12 Bhojas
13 Andhas
14 Kukuras
3 Who joined Duryodhana for war
1 Jayadratha
2 Sindhu-Sauvira
3 Sudakshina (Kambojas)
4 Yavanas
5 Sakas
6 Nila (Mahishmati)
7 Avanti
8 Kekaya etc at Hastinapura
9 Kuru-jangala
10 Rohitaka
11 Ahichhatra & Kalakuta
12 Varana
13 Vatadhana
4 5 villages Pandavas asked for
1 Kusasthala
2 Vrikasthala
3 Makandi
4 Varanavata
5 any other
5 Country of Kurus, including region called Jangala
1 Matsyas
2 Panchalas
3 Shalvas
4 Surasenas
6 Kings of races known for destruction of their kinsmen:
1 Kali (Asuras)
2 Udavarta (Haihayas)
3 Janamejaya (Nepas)
4 Vahula (Talajanghas)
5 Vasu (Krimis)
6 Ajavindu (Sauviras)
7 Kusharddhika (Surashtras)
8 Arkaja (Valihas)
9 Dhautamulaka (Chhinas)
10 Hayagriva (Videhas)
11 Varapra (Mahaujasas)
12 Vahu (Sundaras)
13 Pururavas (Diptakshas)
14 Sahaja (Chedis)
15 Matsyas
16 Vrihadbala (Parachetas)
17 Dharanas
18 Iandra-Vatsys
19 Bigahana (Mukutas)
20 Shama (Nandivegas)
7 Kesava came to Vrikasthala, Mentioned Sindhu, Salibhavana, Upaplavya, Dasarha's race
8 Bhogavati city & innumerable Nagas described
1 Vasuki
2 Shesha
3 Takshaka
4 Karkotaka
5 Dhananjaya
6 Kaliya
7 Nahusha
8 Kambala
9 Ashwatara,
10 Bahyakunda
11 Mani
12 Apurana
13 Khaga
14 Vamana
15 Elapatra
16 Kukura
17 Kukuna
18 Aryaka
19 Nandaka
20 Kalasa
21 Potaka
22 Kailasaka
23 Pinjaraka
24 Airavata
25 Sumanmukha
26 Dadhimukha
27 Sankha
28 Nanda
29 Upanandaka
30 Apta
31 Kotaraka
32 Sikhi
33 Nishthuraka
34 Tittira
35 Hastibhadra
36 Kumuda
37 Malyapindaka
38 2 Padmas
39 Pundarika
40 Pushpa
41 Mudgaraparnaka
42 Karavira
43 Pitharaka
44 Samvritta
45 Vritta
46 Pindara
47 Vilwapatra
48 Mushikada
49 Sirishaka
50 Dilipa
51 Sankha-sirsha
52 Jyotishka
53 Aparajita
54 Kauravya
55 Dhritarashtra
56 Kuhara
57 Kushaka
58 Virajas
59 Dharana
60 Savahu
61 Mukhara
62 Jaya
63 Vadhira
64 Andha
65 Visundi
66 Virasa
67 Surasa
9
1 Pandavas camp at Hiranwati
2 Duryodhana sends Uluka as messenger
3 Mention of Kambojas
4 Sakas
5 Khasas
6 Shalwas
7 Matsyas
8 Kurus
9 Mlechchhas
10 Pulindas
11 Dravidas
12 Andhras
13 Kanchis
14 Somakas
15 Kekayas
10 Uluka, Duryodhana's messenger presented himself before Pandavas Mentions
1 Kambojas
2 Sakas
3 Khasas
4 Shalwas
5 Matsyas
6 Kurus of middle country
7 Mlechchhas
8 Pulindas
9 Dravidas
10 Andhras
11 Kanchis
6 BHISHMA PARVA 1st part of battle, Bhishma commander for Kauravas & fall on arrows 204,000W 816P 13:35:24 13 5M
1 Dhritarashtra asks Sanjay
1 names of rivers
2 mountains
3 provinces
4 forests
2 Dhritarashtra asks Sanjay: names of Varshas, mountains, & also those that dwell on those mountains: Mention Sweta
1 Nishadha
2 Romanaka
3 Hiranmaya
4 Hiranwati (river)
5 Garuda
6 Yaksha
7 Mt Sringavat
8 Sandili
9 Airavat
10 Hari
11 Jamvunada gold
3 Geography of Varsha that is called after Bharatavarsha, Mountains, Rivers Provinces, Kings & Kshatriyas : Long list of 300 tribes
4
1 Large armies of Kurus & Pandavas ready for war
2 Mentions about Suvala's son Sakuni
3 Shalya
4 Jayadratha
5 2 princes of Avanti named Vinda & Anuvinda
6 Kekayas
7 Sudakshina (Kambojas)
8 Srutayudha (Kalingas)
9 Jayatsena
10 Vrihadvala (Kosalas)
11 Kritavarman (Satwata)
12 Srinjayas
13 Dussasana
14 Durvishaha
15 Durmukha
16 Dussaha
17 Vivinsati
18 Chitrasena
19 Vikarna
20 Satyavrata
21 Purumitra
22 Jaya
23 Bhurisravas
24 Shala
25 20K
26 car-warriors followed them
27 Abhishahas
28 Surasenas
29 Sivis
30 Vasatis
31 Shalvas
32 Matsyas
33 Amvashtas
34 Trigartas
35 Kekayas
36 Sauviras
37 Kitavas
38 Prachyas
39 Magadhas
40 Kunjaras
5 Both armies facing each other ready for war Mentions
1 Shalas
2 Valhikas
3 Ambasthas
4 Sindhus
5 Sauviras
6 Panchanadas
7 Shoora
8 Shalva
9 Matsya
10 Kekayas
11 Sakas
12 Kiratas
13 Yavanas
14 Pahlavas
15 Vrishnis
16 Bhojas
17 Surashtras
18 Nairrita
19 Kritavarman
20 Samasaptakas
21 Trigartas
22 Gandharvas
23 Andhakas
24 Vrishnis
25 Bhojas
6 Drupada became head (of that array) Mention kings
1 Kuntibhoja
2 Saivya
3 Dasharnas
4 Prayagas
5 Dasherakas
6 Anupakas
7 Kiratas
8 Patachcharas
9 Hunas
10 Pauravakas
11 Nishadas
12 Pisachas
13 Daradas
14 Pundras
15 Kundivishas
16 Madakas
17 Kadakas
18 Tanganas
19 Partanganas
20 Balhikas
21 Tittiras
22 Cholas
23 Pandyas
24 Uddras
25 Savaras
26 Tumbupas
27 Vatsas
28 Nakulas
29 Sahadevas
30 Arbudas
31 Viratas
32 Kekayas
33 Kashirajas
34 Shaivyas
7 Mentions tribes in war:
1 Samsthanas
2 Surasenas
3 Venikas
4 Kukuras
5 Arevakas
6 Trigartas
7 Madrakas
8 Yavanas
9 Satrunjayas
10 Dussasana
11 Vikarna
12 Nanda
13 Upanandaka
14 Chitrasena
15 Panibhadrakas
16 Bharadwaja
17 Kuntalas
18 Dasharnas
19 Magadhas
20 Visha
21 Vidarbhas
22 Melakas
23 Karnas
24 Pravaranas
25 Gandharas
26 Sindhu-sauviras
27 Sivis
28 Vasatis
29 Sakuni
30 Bharadwaja
31 Aswalakas
32 Vikarnas
33 Vamanas
34 Kosalas
35 Daradas
36 Chuchupas
37 Vrikas
38 Kshudrakas
39 Malavas
40 Bhurisravas
41 Shala
42 Shalya
43 Bhagadatta
44 Vinda
45 Anuvinda
46 Somadatta
47 Susarman
48 Sudakshina
49 Kambojas
50 Satayus
51 Srutayus
52 Aswatthaman
53 Kripa
54 Kritavarman
55 Satwata's
56 Ketumat
57 Vasudana
58 Kasi
59 Hrishikesa,
8 Mentions about tribes
1 Garuda
2 Devavrata
3 Bharadwaja
4 Kritavarman
5 Satwata's
6 Aswatthaman
7 Kripa
8 Trigartas
9 Matsyas
10 Kekayas
11 Vatadhanas
12 Bhurisravas
13 Sala
14 Shalya
15 Bhagadatta
16 Madrakas
17 Sindhu-Sauviras
18 Pancha-nodas
19 Jayadratha
20 Vinda & Anuvinda of Avanti
21 Kambojas
22 Sakas
23 Surasenas
24 Magadhas
25 Kalingas
26 Daserakas
27 Karushas
28 Vikunjas
29 Mundas
30 Kaundivrishas
31 Vrithadvala
32 Virata
33 Drupada
34 Nila
35 Chedis
36 Kasis
37 Karushas
38 Pauravas
39 Dhrishtadyumna
40 Sikhandin
41 Panchalas
42 Prabhadrakas
43 Iravan
44 Kekaya
9 Mention of war
1 Sikhandin
2 Virata
3 Matsyas
4 Dhananjaya
5 Drona
6 Kripa
7 Vikarna,
8 Sindhus
9 Sakuni
10 Uluka
11 Nakula
12 Trigartas
13 Satyaki
14 Chekitana
15 Subhadra
16 Shalya
17 Kaikeyas
18 Dhrishtaketu
19 Ghatotkacha
20 Dhrishtadyumna
10 Kauravas & Pandavas, once more proceeded to battle Mention of
1 Duryodhana
2 Chitrasena
3 Vivinsati
4 Bhishma
5 Bharadwaja's son
6 Malavas
7 Avantis
8 Pulindas
9 Paradas
10 Kshudraka-Malavas
11 Drona
12 Bhagadatta
13 Magadhas
14 Kalingas
15 Pisachas
16 Pragajyotisha
17 Bhagadatta
18 Vrihadvala
19 Kosalas
20 Melakas
21 Tripuras
22 Chichilas
23 Shuras
24 Trigarta
25 Prasthala
26 Kambojas
27 Yavanas
28 Sringataka
29 Bhimasena
30 Satyaki
31 Arjuna
32 Krishna
33 Yudhishthira
34 Abhimanyu
35 Virata
36 Ghatotkacha
91
1 Ghatotkacha
2 Abhimanyu
3 Bharadwaja
4 Kripa
5 Bhurisravas
6 Salya
7 Drona
8 Vivingsati
9 Chitrasena
10 Vikarna
11 Sindhus
12 Vrihadvala
13 Aswatthaman
14 Nila
15 Sakra
16 Rakshasas
92
1 Bhandi
2 Somakas
3 Panchalas
4 Karushas
5 Kekayas
93
1 Bhandi
2 Somakas
3 Panchalas
4 Karushas
5 Kekayas
112 Tribes mentioned:
1 Kanka
2 Sini
3 Satwata
4 Paurava
5 Chedis
6 Chitrasena
7 Susarman
8 Vrihadvala
9 Kosalas
10 Madras
11 Virata
12 Matsyas
13 Jayadratha
14 Sindhus
15 Dhrishtadyumna
16 Panchalas
17 Bhagadatta
18 Sikhandin
19 Pragjyotishas
20 Chedis
21 Kasis
22 Karushas
23 Somakas
7 Dronabhisheka Parva: battle, Drona commander major book of war Most of great war
- battle continues, with Drona as commander
341,000W 1,364P 22:43:29 312M
1 Dronabhishe
2 Samasapthaka
3 Abhimanyu va
4 Prathignya p
5 Jayadratha v
6 Ghatotkacha
7 Drona vada p
8 Narayanasthi
8 Karna Parva: battle again, with Karna as commander 189,250W 757P 12:36:59 173M 14Pts
1 Sanjay tells Dhritarashtr about kings who are slain in war
1 Bhishma
2 Srinjayas & Panchalas
3 Drona
4 Karna
5 Vinda & Anuvinda
6 Jayadratha
7 Kiratas king Bhagadatta
8 Bhurishrava
9 Ambashtha king Srutayus
10 Duhshasana
11 Sudakshina
12 Kosolas
13 Chitrasena
14 Madras
15 Vrishasena
16 Abhimanyu
17 Srutayus
18 Rukmaratha
19 Bhagiratha & Vrihatkshatra (Kekaya)
20 Bahlika
21 Jayatsena
22 Durmukha
23 Dussaha
24 Durmarshana & Durvisaha
25 Kalinga & Vrishaka
26 Vrishavarman
27 Paurava
28 Vasatis
29 Surasenas
30 Abhishahas
31 Sivis
32 Kalingas
33 Narayana Gopas
34 Srenis
35 samsaptakas
36 Vrishaka & Achala
37 Shalva
38 Oghavat & Vrishanta
39 Kshemadhurti
40 Jalasandha
41 Alayudha & Kharabandhura
42 Kekayas
43 Malavas
44 Madrakas
45 Dravidas
46 Yaudheyas
47 Lalittas
48 Kshudrakas
49 Mavellaka
50 Usinaras
51 Tundikeras
52 Savitriputras
2 Jishnu (Arjuna) once more slew large number of Samsaptakas
3 Elephant-warriors who fight with Dhrishtadyumna
1 Nakula
2 Sahadeva
3 Prabhadrakas
4 Satyaki
5 Shikhandi
6 Chekitana
7 Angas
8 Vangas
9 Pundras
10 Magadhas
11 Tamraliptakas
12 Mekalas
13 Utkalas
14 Koshalas
15 Madras
16 Dasharnas
17 Nishadas
4 Yuyutsu fights with vast army of Uluka
5
1 Madra king Shalya appointed to office of charioteer of Karna
2 Shalya refuses for regarding Karna to be superior & says I, however, do not regard Karna as my equal in battle
3 So assign to me much greater share Shalya was convinced to become driver of Karna
4 Origin of Varnas
6 Karna said bitter words to Madra king Shalya quoting brahmanas about Vahikas & Madrakas
1 town Sakala
2 river Apaga
3 clan of Vahikas known by name of Jarttikas, who happened to live in Kuru-Jangala
4 Mention of Karaskaras
5 Mahishakas
6 Kalingas
7 Keralas
8 Karkotakas
9 Virakas
10 Prasthalas
11 Madras
12 Gandharas
13 Arattas
14 Khasas
15 Vasatis
16 Sindhus
17 Sauviras
18 regions called as Arattas
7 Description of war of Kauravas against
1 Pandus
2 Srinjayas
3 Sini
4 Shikhandi
5 Janamejaya
6 Dhrishtadyumna
7 Prabhadraka
8 Panchala
9 Shikhandi
10 Duhshasana
11 Nakula
12 Vrishasena
13 Chitrasena
14 Uluka
15 Satyaki
16 Shakuni
17 Kripa
18 Yudhamanyu
19 Kritavarma
20 Uttamauja
21 Siddha
22 Panchala
23 Trigarta
24 Hridika
25 Kritavarma
8 17th day terrible massacre, Kshatriyas from diverse provinces destroyed
1 Srinjayas
2 Panchalas
3 Matsyas
4 Karushas
5 Chedis
6 Bhagadatta
7 Drona & Bhishma
8 Vaikartana
9 Kripa & Drona's son
10 Duryodhana
11 Govasas
12 Dasameyas
13 Vasatis
14 Vatadhanas
15 Bhojas
16 Tusharas
17 Yavanas
18 Khasas
19 Darvabhisaras
20 Daradas
21 Sakas
22 Kamathas
23 Ramathas
24 Tanganas
25 Andhrakas
26 , Pulindas
27 Kiratas
28 Mlecchas
29 Magadhas
30 Chedis
31 Panchalas
32 Karushas
33 Matsyas
34 Kaikayas
9 Shalya-parva: Last day of battle, Shalya commander pilgrimage of Balarama
127,000W 508P 8:27:11 232M
1 Baladeva tracks River Sarasvati, mentions Vinasana where Sarasvati is lost
1 Subhumika
2 Gandharvas
3 Gandharvas
4 Gargasrota
5 tirtha called Sankha
6 Mohasankha
7 Yakshas
8 Vidyadharas
9 Rakshasas
10 Pisachas
11 Siddhas
12 Dwaita lake
13 tirtha called Nagadhanwana
14 Naga Vasuki
15 Naimisha
16 Samantapanchaka
17 Valkhilyas & Asmakuttas
18 Dantolakhalinas
19 Samprakshanas
20 Kurukshetra, trees & plants along Sarasvati
1 Vadari
2 Inguda
3 Ksamarya
4 Plaksha
5 Aswattha
6 Vibhitaka
7 Kakkola
8 Palasa
9 Karira
10 Pilu in forest of Karushakas
11 Vilwas
12 Amratakas
13 Atimuktas
14 Kashandas
15 Parijatas
2 Dispute between Vasishtha & Vishvamitra, description of Sarasvati & Sthanu
3 Description of River Saraswati
4 Birth of Kartikeya or Skanda
5 List of 330 combatants who came to ceremony for investing Kartikeya with status of generalissimo
6 List of mothers who became companions when Skanda was installed
10 Sauptika-parva:
How Ashwathama & remaining Kauravas killed Pandava army in their sleep
29,000W 116P 1:55:18 105M
1 Pandavas having gone away, mighty charioteers, Kritavarman, Kripa, & son of Drona, came to field of battle in evening & there saw king Duryodhana lying on ground
11 Jalapradanika-parva: Gandhari, Kunti & women, Kurus & Pandavas lament dead
29,750W 119P 1:58:44 108M
1 Dhritarashtra of prophetic eye, afflicted at death of his children, & moved by enmity towards Bhima, broke into pieces statue of hard iron deftly placed before him by Krishna (as substitute of Bhima) Then Vidura,
12 Shanti Parva (Peace): crowning of Yudhisthira king of Hastinapura, instructions from Bhishma
603,000W 2,412P 40:11:35 551M
1 increaseth understanding & in which is related despondency of Yudhishthira on his having slain his fathers, brothers, sons, maternal uncles & matrimonial relations
2 from his bed of arrows Bhishma expounded various systems of duties worth study of kings desirous of knowledge
13 ANUSASANA PARVA: final instructions (anushasana) from Bhishma
365,000W 1,460P 24:19:08 334M
1 ancestry of Viswamitra, Kshatriya whose sons became progenitors of many races of Brahmanas & founders of many clans
1 Madhuchcchanda
2 Devrat
3 Akshina
4 Sakunta
5 Vabhru
6 Kalapatha
7 Yajnavalkya
8 Sthula
9 Uluka
10 Mudgala
11 Saindhavayana
12 Valgujangha,Galeva
13 Ruchi
14 Vajra
15 Salankayana
16 Liladhya Narada
17 Kurchamuka
18 Vahuli
19 Mushala
20 Vakshogriva
21 Anghrika
22 Naikadrik
23 Silayupa
24 Sita
25 Suchi
26 hakrak
27 Marrutantavya
28 Vataghna
29 Aswalayana
30 Syamayana
31 Gargya
32 ,Javali
33 Susruta
34 Karishi
35 Sangsrutya
36 Para Paurava
37 Tantu
38 Kapila
39 Tarakayana
40 Upagahana
41 Asurayani
42 Margama
43 Hiranyksha
44 Janghari
45 Bhavravayani
46 Suti
47 Bibhuti
48 Suta
49 Surakrit
50 Arani
51 Nachika
52 Champeya
53 Ujjayana
54 Navatantu
55 Vakanakha
56 Sayanya
57 Yati
58 Ambhoruha
59 Amatsyasin
60 Srishin
61 Gardhavi Urjjayoni
62 Rudapekahin
63 Naradin
15 Asramavasa Parva: Deaths of Dhritarashtra, Gandhari & Kunti in forest fire
41,500W 166P 2:45:06 405M
1 Dhritarashtra, abdicating kingdom, & accompanied by Gandhari & Vidura went to woods
2 Seeing this, virtuous Pritha also, ever engaged in cherishing her superiors, leaving court of her sons, followed old couple
3 In this is described wonderful meeting through kindness of Vyasa of king (Dhritarashtra) with spirits of his slain children, grand-children, & other princes, returned from other world
4 Then monarch abandoning his sorrows acquired with his wife highest fruit of his meritorious actions
5 In this Parva, Vidura after having leaned on virtue all his life attaineth to most meritorious state
6 "learned son of Gavalgana, Sanjaya, also of passions under full control, & foremost of ministers, attained, in Parva, to blessed state
7 In this, Yudhishthira just met Narada & heard from him about extinction of race of Vrishnis
8 This is very wonderful Parva called Asramvasika
9 number of sections in this is 42, &
10 number of slokas composed by Vyasa cognisant of truth is 1,506
14 ASWAMEDHA PARVA: royal ceremony of Ashvamedha (Horse sacrifice) by Yudhisthira 110,250W 441 7:20:12 201M
1 Munjaban on Himalaya
2 mines of gold
3 Names of Shiva
1 Sarva
2 Bedha
3 Rudra
4 Sitikantha
5 Surapa
6 Suvarcha
7 Kapardi
8 Karala
9 Haryyaksha
10 Varada
11 Tryaksha
12 Pushnodantabhid
13 Vamana
14 Siva
15 Yamya
16 Avyaktarupa
17 Sadvritta
18 Sankara
19 Kshemya
20 Harikesa
21 Sthanu
22 Purusha
23 Harinetra
24 Munda
25 Krishna
26 Uttarana
27 Bhaskara
28 Sutirtha
29 Devadeva
30 Ranha
31 Ushnishi
32 Suvaktra
33 Sahasraksha
34 Midhvan
35 Girisa
36 Prasanta
37 Yata
38 Chiravasa
39 Vilwadanda
40 Siddha
41 Sarvadandadhara
42 Mriga
43 Vyadha
44 Mahan
45 Dhanesa
46 Bhava
47 Vara
48 Somavaktra
49 Siddhamantra
50 Chakshu
51 Hiranyavahu
52 Ugra
53 Dikpati
54 Lelihana
55 Goshtha
56 Shiddhamantra
57 Vrishnu
58 Pasupati
59 Bhutapati
60 Vrisha
61 Matribhakta
62 Senani
63 Madhyama
64 Sruvahasta
65 Yati
66 Dhanwi
67 Bhargava
68 Aja
69 Krishnanetra
70 Virupaksha
71 Tikshnadanshtra
72 Tikshna
73 Vaiswanaramukha
74 Mahadyuti
75 Ananga
76 Sarva
77 Dikpati
78 Bilohita
79 Dipta
80 Diptaksha
81 Mahauja
82 Vasuretas
83 Suvapu
84 Prithu
85 Kritivasa
86 Kapalmali
87 Suvarnamukuta
88 Mahadeva
89 Krishna
90 Tryamvaka
91 Anagha
92 Krodhana
93 Nrisansa
94 Mridu
95 Vahusali
96 Dandi
97 Taptatapa
98 Akrurakarma
99 Sahasrasira
100 Sahasra-charana
 
101 Swadha-swarupa
102 Vahurupa
103 Danshtri
104 Pinaki
105 Mahadeva
106 Mahayogi
107 Avyaya
108 Trisulahasta
109 Varada
110 Tryamvaka
111 Bhuvaneswara
112 Tripuraghna
113 Trinayana
114 Trilokesa
115 Mahanja
116 Sarvabhuta-prabhava
117 Sarvabhuta-dharana
118 Dharanidhara
119 Isana
120 Sankara
121 Sarva
122 Siva
123 Visveswara
124 Bhava
125 Umapati, Pasupati
126 Viswarupa
127 Maheswara
128 Virupaksha
129 Dasabhuja
130 Vrishavadhwaja
131 Ugra
132 Sthanu
133 Siva
134 Rudra
135 Sarva
136 Girisa
137 Iswara
138 Sitakantha
139 Aja
140 Sukra
141 Prithu
142 Prithuhara
143 Vara
144 Viswarupa
145 Virupaksha
146 Vahurupa
147 Umapati
148 Anangangahara
149 Hara
150 Saranya
151 Mahadeva
152 Chaturmukha
   
4 Narrates ancient history of Alarka & importance of Yoga
16 infighting between Yadavas with maces (mausala) & eventual destruction of Yadavas
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1 destruction of Vrishnis & Andhakas, Saran
2 signs that indicated perverse course of Time, & seeing that day of new moon coincided with 13th ( & 14th) lunation, Hrishikesa, summoning Yadavas, said unto them these words: '14th lunation has been made 15th by Rahu once more Such day had happened at time of great battle of Bharatas
3 Vrishni ladies dreamed strangely, Yadavas, with their wives, proceeded to Prabhasa & took up their residence there, Mention of Krishna, Rama, Kritavarma, Yuyudhana, Gada: Vabhru who began to drink, Pradyumna,Satyaki, Satrajit, Syamantaka, Satyabhama, Andhakas & Bhojas, Saineyas & Vrishnis, struck one another, Kukuras & Andhakas met with destruction
4 Journey from Dwaraka to Kurukshetra with Vrishni women & children, Arjuna established them at different places
17 Journey of Yudhisthira & his brothers across whole country & finally their ascent of great Himalayas
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1 foremost among men Pandavas abdicating their kingdom went with Draupadi on their great journey called Mahaprasthana
2 they came across Agni, having arrived on shore of sea of red waters
3 asked by Agni himself, Arjuna worshipped him duly, returned to him excellent celestial bow called Gandiva
4 In this, leaving his brothers who dropped one after another & Draupadi also, Yudhishthira went on his journey without once looking back on them
5 This 17th Parva is called Mahaprasthanika number of sections in this is 3 number of slokas also composed by Vyasa cognisant of truth is 320
18 Yudhisthira's final test & return of Pandavas to spiritual world (svarga)
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1 seeing celestial car come to take him, Yudhishthira moved by kindness towards dog that accompanied him, refused to ascend it without his companion Observing illustrious Yudhishthira's steady adherence to virtue, Dharma (god of justice) abandoning his canine form showed himself to king

2 1000 BC Ramayan
By VALMIKI
556,250W 2,225P 37:04:53

Book 1
6:51:32
- Invocation & Cantos

2
11:44:45

3
8:46:05
4
6:46:23
5
2:56:08
3 1500-500 BC Vedas
By Various
417,750W 1,671P 26:31:26 1 47G
1 1000 - 600 BC Yajurvedas
270,500W 1,082P 20:43:00 774M
1 39,750W 159P 2:38:32
2 42,750W 171P 2:50:41
3 25,000W 100P 1:40:04
4 33,500W 134P 2:13:27
5 44,250W 177P 2:56:27
6 39,250W 157P 2:36:42
7 46,000W 184P 2:03:54
2 1700 BC Sama Veda
65,250W 261P 4:21:01 119M 6Pts
3 1100s - 900s BC Atharva Veda
82,000W 328P 5:27:26 149M
4 1921 Hinduism & Buddhism, An Historical Sketch
by Sir Charles Eliot
325,000W 1,300P 21:20
1 184,438W 738P 12:18
1 Introduction
1 INFLUENCE OF INDIAN THOUGHT IN EASTERN ASIA
2 ORIGIN & GROWTH OF HINDUISM
3 BUDDHA
4 ASOKA
5 EXTENSION OF BUDDHISM & HINDUISM BEYOND INDIA
6 NEW FORMS OF BUDDHISM
7 REVIVAL OF HINDUISM
8 LATER FORMS OF HINDUISM
9 EUROPEAN INFLUENCE & MODERN HINDUISM
10 CHANGE & PERMANENCE IN BUDDHISM
11 REBIRTH & NATURE OF SOUL l
12 EASTERN PESSIMISM & RENUNCIATION
13 EASTERN POLYTHEISM
14 EXTRAVAGANCE OF HINDUISM
15 HINDU & BUDDHIST SCRIPTURES
16 MORALITY & WILL
17 ORIGIN OF EVIL
18 CHURCH & STATE
19 PUBLIC WORSHIP & CEREMONIAL
20 WORSHIP OF REPRODUCTIVE FORCES
21 HINDUISM IN PRACTICE
22 BUDDHISM IN PRACTICE
23 INTEREST OF INDIAN THOUGHT FOR EUROPE
2 EARLY INDIAN RELIGION: GENERAL VIEW
1 RELIGIONS OF INDIA & EASTERN ASIA
2 HISTORICAL
3 GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF INDIAN RELIGION
4 VEDIC DEITIES & SACRIFICES
5 ASCETICISM & KNOWLEDGE
6 RELIGIOUS LIFE IN PRE-BUDDHIST INDIA
7 JAINS
3 PALI BUDDHISM
1 LIFE OF BUDDHA
2 BUDDHA COMPARED WITH OTHER RELIGIOUS TEACHERS
3 TEACHING OF BUDDHA
4 MONKS & LAYMEN
5 ASOKA
6 CANON
7 MEDITATION
2 140,459W 562P 9:02
1 MAHAYANA
1 MAIN FEATURES OF MAHAYANA
2 17 BODHISATTVAS
3 BUDDHAS of MAHAYANISM
4 MAHAYANIST METAPHYSICS
5 MAHAYANIST SCRIPTURES
6 CHRONOLOGY OF MAHAYANA
7 FROM KANISHKA TO VASUBANDHU
8 INDIAN BUDDHISM AS SEEN BY CHINESE PILGRIMS
9 DECADENCE OF BUDDHISM IN INDIA
2 HINDUISM
1 ŚIVA & VISHNU
2 FEATURES OF HINDUISM: RITUAL, CASTE, SECT, FAITH
3 EVOLUTION OF HINDUISM BHÂGAVATAS & PÂŚUPATAS
4 ŚANKARA ŚIVAISM IN SOUTHERN INDIA KASHMIR LlNGÂYATS
5 VISHNUISM IN SOUTH INDIA
6 LATER VISHNUISM IN NORTH INDIA
7 AMALGAMATION OF HINDUISM & ISLAM KABIR & SIKHS
8 ŚÂKTISM
9 HINDU PHILOSOPHY
5 1890 Vedanta-Sutras with Commentary by Sankaracarya Sacred Books of East, Volume 1
by null & George Thibaut
216,572W 866P 14:26
1 VEDÂNTA-SÛTRAS WITH COMMENTARY BY SAoNKARÂCHÂRYA
2 ADHYÂYA
3 Pâda
4 ADHYÂYA
5 Pâda

6 Kama Sutra
By Mallanaga VATSYAYANA
94,000W 376P 6:15:58

7 Hindoo Tales or Adventures of Ten Princes
By DANDIN (c 6th cent - c 6th cen)
78,750W 315P 5:14:55
1 SOMADATTA
2 PUSHPODBHAVA
3 MARRIAGE OF AVANTISUNDARI
4 APAHÂRAVARMA
5 UPAHÂRAVARMA
6 ARTHAPÂLA
7 PRAMATI
8 MITRAGUPTA
9 MANTRAGUPTA
10 VISRUTA

8 150 BC Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
By PATANJALI 150 BC
54,500W 218P 3:37:33

9 Record of Buddhistic kingdoms: being an account by Chinese monk Fa-hsien of travels in India & Ceylon (A D 399-414) in search of Buddhist books of discipline
by Faxian
53,496W 214P 3:34
1 FROM CH'ANG-GAN TO SANDY DESERT
2 ON TO SHEN-SHEN & THENCE TO KHOTEN
3 KHOTEN PROCESSIONS OF IMAGES KING'S NEW MONASTERY
4 THROUGH TS'UNG OR "ONION" MOUNTAINS TO K'EEH-CH'A: PROBABLY SKARDO, OR SOME CITY MORE TO EAST IN LADAK
5 GREAT QUINQUENNIAL ASSEMBLY OF MONKS RELICS OF BUDDHA PRODUCTIONS OF COUNTRY
6 ON TOWARDS NORTH INDIA DARADA IMAGE OF MAITREYA BODHISATTVA
7 CROSSING OF INDUS WHEN BUDDHISM 1ST CROSSED RIVER FOR EAST
8 WOO-CHANG, OR UDYANA MONASTERIES, & THEIR WAYS TRACES OF BUDDHA
9 SOO-HO-TO LEGEND OF BUDDHA
10 GANDHARA LEGENDS OF BUDDHA
11 TAKSHASILA LEGENDS 4 GREAT TOPES
12 PURUSHAPURA, OR PESHAWUR PROPHECY ABOUT KING KANISHKA & HIS TOPE BUDDHA'S ALMS-BOWL DEATH OF HWUY-YING
13 NAGARA FESTIVAL OF BUDDHA'S SKULL-BONE OTHER RELICS, & HIS SHADOW
14 DEATH OF HWUY-KING IN LITTLE SNOWY MOUNTAINS LO-E POHNA CROSSING INDUS TO EAST
15 BHIDA SYMPATHY OF MONKS WITH PILGRIMS
16 ON TO MATHURA OR MUTTRA CONDITION & CUSTOMS OF CENTRAL INDIA: OF MONKS, VIHARAS, & MONASTERIES
17 SANKASYA BUDDHA'S ASCENT TO & DESCENT FROM TRAYASTRIMSAS HEAVEN, & OTHER LEGENDS
18 KANYAKUBJA, OR CANOUGE BUDDHA'S PREACHING
19 SHA-CHE LEGEND OF BUDDHA'S DANTA-KASHTHA
20 KOSALA & SRAVASTI JETAVANA VIHARA & OTHER MEMORIALS & LEGENDS OF BUDDHA SYMPATHY OF MONKS WITH PILGRIMS
9 Record of Buddhistic kingdoms
21 3 PREDECESSORS OF SAKYAMUNI IN BUDDHASHIP
22 KAPILAVASTU ITS DESOLATION LEGENDS OF BUDDHA'S BIRTH, & OTHER INCIDENTS IN CONNEXION WITH IT
23 RAMA, & ITS TOPE
24 WHERE BUDDHA FINALLY RENOUNCED WORLD, & WHERE HE DIED
25 VAISALI TOPE CALLED "WEAPONS LAID DOWN " COUNCIL OF VAISALI
26 REMARKABLE DEATH OF ANANDA
27 PATALIPUTTRA OR PATNA, IN MAGADHA KING ASOKA'S SPIRIT-BUILT PALACE & HALLS BUDDHIST BRAHMAN, RADHA-SAMI DISPENSARIES & HOSPITALS
28 RAJAGRIHA, NEW & OLD LEGENDS & INCIDENTS CONNECTED WITH IT
29 GRIDHRA-KUTA HILL, & LEGENDS FA-HIEN PASSES NIGHT ON IT HIS REFLECTIONS
30 SRATAPARNA CAVE, OR CAVE OF 1ST COUNCIL LEGENDS SUICIDE OF BHIKSHU
31 GAYA SAKYAMUNI'S ATTAINING TO BUDDHASHIP: & OTHER LEGENDS
32 LEGEND OF KING ASOKA IN FORMER BIRTH, & HIS NARAKA
33 MOUNT GURUPADA, WHERE KASYAPA BUDDHA'S ENTIRE SKELETON IS
34 ON WAY BACK TO PATNA VARANASI, OR BENARES SAKYAMUNI'S FIRST DOINGS AFTER BECOMING BUDDHA
35 DAKSHINA, & PIGEON MONASTERY
36 IN PATNA FA-HIEN'S LABOURS IN TRANSCRIPTION OF MANUSCRIPTS, & INDIAN STUDIES FOR 3 YEARS
37 TO CHAMPA & TAMALIPTI STAY & LABOURS THERE FOR 3 YEARS TAKES SHIP TO SINGHALA, OR CEYLON
38 AT CEYLON RISE OF KINGDOM FEATS OF BUDDHA TOPES & MONASTERIES STATUE OF BUDDHA IN JADE BO TREE FESTIVAL OF BUDDHA'S TOOTH
39 CREMATION OF AN ARHAT SERMON OF DEVOTEE
40 AFTER 2 YEARS TAKES SHIP FOR CHINA DISASTROUS PASSAGE TO JAVA: & THENCE TO CHINA: ARRIVES AT SHAN-TUNG: & GOES TO NANKING CONCLUSION OR L'ENVOI BY ANOTHER WRITER
11 3000 BC Bhagavad Gita
By Various
43,750W 175P 2:55:02 80M
1 Distress of Arjuna
2 Doctrines
3 Virtue in Work
4 Religion of Knowledge
5 Book of Religion by Renouncing Fruit of Works
6 Religion of Self Restraint
7 Religion by Discernment
8 Religion by Devotion to One Supreme God
9 Religion by Kingly Knowledge & Kingly Mystery
10 Religion by Heavenly Perfections
11 Manifesting of One & Manifold
12 Religion of Faith
13 Religion by Separation of Matter & Spirit
14 Religion by Separation from Qalities
15 Religion by Attaining Supreme
16 Separateness of divine & Undivine
17 Religion by Threefold Kinds of Faith
18 Religion by Deliverance & Renunciation
10 Phallic Miscellanies Facts & Phases of Ancient & Modern Sex Worship, as Illustrated Chiefly in Religions of India by Jennings, Hargrave 1865-1942 46,187W 185P 3:05
1
1 India, home of Phallic-worship
2 Linga described
3 bull Nandi
4 Linga puja
5 Large & small lingams
6 Antiquity of Linga-puja
7 Growth of Hindu Pantheon
8 Siva destroyer
9 Sacred bulls
10 Shrine of Ek Linga
11 Legend relating to rivers
12 Churning of sea
13 Variety of forms of Siva
14 Deities of India
15 Origin of Universe
16 Hindu Triad
17 Aum & O'M
18 Jupiter Genitor
19 Attributes of Siva
20 Worship of Osiris
21 Identity of Egyptian, Grecian & Indian deities
22 Hindu temples
23 Ceremonies
2 20
1 Hindu evidence respecting origin of Phallic worship
2 Legend of wounded Hara
3 4 sects of worshippers instituted by Brahma
4 Resumption of Lingam by Siva
5 Siva & Parvati propitiated
6 Visit of Bhrigu to Siva
7 Lainga Puran on Origin of Lingam worship
8 Abolition of worship of Brahma
9 Moral character of Hindu worship
10 Profligate sects
11 Egyptian phallus
12 Bacchus
13 Testimony of Tertullian & Clement of Alexandria
14 Dionysus
15 Directions for worship
16 Unsatisfactory legends
17 Legend of Bhima
18 4th avatar of Vishnu
19 Visit of Captain Mackenzie to Pagoda at Perwuttum
3 37
1 Representations of Siva
2 Siva's quarrel with his father-in-law
3 Quarrel between Brahma & Vishnu
4 Misconduct of Siva
5 Bengal temples of Siva
6 Ancient linga idols
7 Siege of Somnath
8 Ferishtah's history
9 12 great lingams
10 Account of Viri-Sawas
11 Jangamas
12 Legend of Ravuna
4 54
1 Lingam Worship in Sheeve Pouran
5 59
1 4 kinds of stone lingas
2 Siva under form called Muhakalu
3 Temporary images of Siva
4 Siva's wives
5 Siva's & Parvati's quarrels
6 Siva & Doorga
7 Siva's names
8 heavens of Siva
9 Latsami
10 Power of priests
11 Tamil poetry
12 Indecent worship
13 Dancing girls at religious ceremonies
14 Christian & Pagan idolatry
15 Religious prostitution
16 Worship of female
17 Development of indecent practices
18 Sakti-puja
6 78
1 Further account of Right-hand & Left-hand worship
2 practices of Vamis or Vamacharis
3 rite of Mantra Sadhana
4 Ceremony of Sri-Chakra
5 Claims of priests to supernatural power
6 Legends
7 88
1 Considerations respecting origin of Phallic worship
2 Comparisons between Indian & Egyptian practices & doctrines
8 94
1 Vocabulary of words of Indian & Sanscrit origin
   
13 1922 Hindu Gods & Heroes Studies in History of Religion of Indi by Barnett, Lionel D 32,145W 129P 2:09
1 Vēdic Age
1 Popular Religion
2 Ṛig-vēda & priestly religion
3 Dyaus-Zeus
4 Ushās
5 Sūrya
6 Savitā
7 Mitra & Varuṇa
8 Agni
9 Sōma
10 Indra
11 Aśvins
12 Vishṇu
13 Rudra-Siva
14 Summary
2 Age of Brāhmaṇas
1 Growth of Brahman influence in expanding Aryan society
2 System of priestly doctrine: theory of Sacrifice & mechanical control of nature thereby
3 Its antinomianism: partly corrected by growing cult of Rudra-Śiva
4 Upanishads: their relation to Brāhmaṇas
5 Brahma Absolute
6 Karma-Saṃsāra
7 Results: Śaiva Theism
8 Kṛishṇa: early history & legends
9 Teachings
3 Epics, & Later
1 Great War & Pāṇḍavas
1 Vishṇu-Kṛishṇa
2 Nārāyaṇa
3 Bhagavad-gītā & Nārāyaṇīya
4 Growth of church of Vishṇu-Kṛishṇa
5 Worship of Pāṇḍavas
6 New erotic & romantic Kṛishṇaism
2 Rāma: legend of Rāma & constitution of Rāmāyaṇa 98
1 Religions of Vishṇu-Kṛishṇa & Śiva in Southern India
2 Śaṃkara Āchārya
3 Rāmānuja
4 Nimbārka, Madhva, Vallabha
5 Jñānadēva
6 Nāma-dēva
7 Tukārām
8 Rāmānanda
9 Tulsī Dās
10 Kabīr
11 Nānak
12 Chaitanya
3 Some later Preachers
4 Brahmā & Trimūrti
1 Dattātrēya
5 2 Modern Instances
12 1902 Hindu Book of Astrology
by Bhakti Seva
32,250W 145P 2:24:13 66M
1 Capricorn
2 Aquarius
3 Pisces
4 Aries
5 Taurus
6 Gemini
7 Cancer
8 Leo
9 Virgo
10 Libra
11 Scorpio
12 Sagittarius
13 Hindu Rules for Attaining Health, Wealth & Happiness
14 1859 Hindu Law & Judicature from Dharma-Sástra of Yájnavalkya
by Yájnavalkya
28,803W 116P 1:55
15 600s-100s BC Upanishads
By Various
20,250W 81P 1:20:09 73 3<
16 1884 History of Indian Mammalia
by Robert Armitage Sterndale
321,500W 1,286P 21:25:14 294M
17 1896 Religions of India Handbooks on History of Religions, Volume 1, Edited
by Morris Jastrow by Hopkins, Edward Washburn
234,377W 938P 15:38
1 SOURCES
2 DATES
3 METHODS OF INTERPRETATION
4 DIVISIONS OF SUBJECT
5 PEOPLE & LAND
6 RIG VEDA
1 UPPER GODS
2 MIDDLE GODS
3 LOWER GODS
4 YAMA & OTHER GODS, VEDIC PANTHEISM, ESCHATOLOGY
5 RELIGION OF ATHARVA VEDA
6 EARLY HINDU DIVINITIES COMPARED WITH THOSE OF OTHER ARYANS
1 BRAHMANISM
2 BRAHMANIC PANTHEISM
3 UPANISHADS
4 POPULAR BRAHMANIC FAITH
5 JAINISM
6 BUDDHISM
7 EARLY HINDUISM
8 VISHNU & ÇIVA
9 PURANAS
10 EARLY SECTS, FESTIVALS, TRINITY
11 MODERN HINDU SECTS
12 RELIGIOUS TRAITS OF WILD TRIBES
13 INDIA & WEST
18 1922 History of Indian Philosophy, V1 by Dasgupta, Surendranath 231,230W 925P 15:25
1 VEDAS, BRÂHMANAS & THEIR PHILOSOPHY
1 place of Upaniosads in Vedic literature
2 names of Upaniosads: Non-Brahmanic influence
3 Brâhmaonas & Early Upaniosads
4 meaning of word Upaniosad
5 composition & growth of diverse Upaniosads
6 Revival of Upaniosad studies in modern times
7 Upaniosads & their interpretations
8 quest after Brahman: struggle & failures
9 Unknowability of Brahman & Negative Method
10 Âtman doctrine
11 Place of Brahman in Upaniosads
12 World
13 World-Soul
14 Theory of Causation
15 Doctrine of Transmigration
16 Emancipation
2 700 - 600 BC EARLIER UPANISADS
1 In what sense is History of Indian Philosophy possible?
2 Growth of Philosophic Literature
3 Indian systems of Philosophy
4 Some fundamental points of agreement
5 Karma theory
6 Doctrine of Mukti
7 Doctrine of Soul
8 Pessimistic Attitude towards World & Optimistic Faith in end
9 Unity in Indian Sâdhana (philosophical, religious & ethical endeavours
3 GENERAL OBSERVATIONS ON SYSTEMS OF INDIAN PHILOSOPHY
4 BUDDHIST PHILOSOPHY
1 State of Philosophy in India before Buddha
2 Buddha: his Life
3 Early Buddhist Literature
4 Doctrine of Causal Connection of early Buddhism
5 Khandhas
6 Avijjâ & Âsava
7 Sîla & Samâdhi
8 Kamma
9 Upaniosads & Buddhism
10 Schools of Theravâda Buddhism
11 Mahâyânism
12 80 Tathatâ Philosophy of As'vaghoosa
13 Mâdhyamika or Sûnyavâda school: Nihilism
14 Uncompromising Idealism or School of Vijñânavâda Buddhism
15 Sautrântika theory of Perception
16 Sautrântika theory of Inference
17 Doctrine of Momentariness
18 Doctrine of Momentariness & Doctrine of Causal Efficiency
19 Some Ontological Problems on which Different Indian Systems diverged
20 Brief Survey of Evolution of Buddhist Thought
5 JAINA PHILOSOPHY
1 Origin of Jainism
2 Two Sects of Jainism
3 Canonical & other Literature of Jains
4 Some General Characteristics of Jains
5 Life of Mahâvîra
6 Fundamental Ideas of Jaina Ontology
7 Doctrine of Relative Pluralism
8 Doctrine of Nâyas
9 Doctrine of Syâdvâda
10 Knowledge, its value for us
11 Theory of Perception
12 Non-Perceptual knowledge
13 Knowledge as Revelation
14 Jîvas
15 Karma Theory
16 Karma, Âsrava & Nirjarâ
17 Pudgala
18 Dharma, Adharma, Âkâs'a
19 Kâla & Samaya
20 Jaina Cosmography
21 Jaina Yoga
22 Jaina Atheism
23 Mokosa (emancipation
6 KAPILA & PÂTAÑJALA SÂOMKHYA (YOGA)
1 Review
2 Germs of Sâomkhya in Upaniosads
3 Sâomkhya & Yoga Literature
4 An Early School of Sâomkhya
5 Sâomkhya kârikâ, Sâomkhya sûtra, Vâcaspati Mis'ra & Vijñâna Bhiksu
6 Yoga & Patañjali
7 Sâomkhya & Yoga doctrine of Soul or Purusa
8 Thought & Matter
9 Feelings, Ultimate Substances
10 Gunas
11 Prakoorti & its evolution
12 Pralaya & disturbance of Prakorti Equilibrium
13 Mahat & Ahamkâra
14 Tanmâtras & Paramâñus
15 Principle of Causation & Conservation of Energy
16 Change as formation of new collocations
17 Causation as Satkâryavâda: effect potentially exists before it is generated by movement of cause
18 Sâomkhya Atheism & Yoga Theism
19 Buddhi & Purusa
20 Cognitive Process & some characteristics of Citta
21 Sorrow & its Dissolution
22 Citta
23 Yoga Purificatory Practices
24 Yoga Meditation
7 NYÂYA-VAISESIKA PHILOSOPHY
1 Criticism of Buddhism & Sâomkhya from Nyâya standpoint
2 Nyâya & Vais'eosika sûtras
3 Does Vais'eosika represent old school of Mîmâomsâ?
4 Philosophy in Vais'eosika sûtras
5 Philosophy in Nyâya sûtras
6 Philosophy of Nyâya sûtras & Vais'eosika sûtras
7 Vais'eosika & Nyâya Literature
8 main doctrine of Nyâya-Vais'eosika Philosophy
9 6 Padârthas: Dravya, Guona, Karma, Sâmânya, Vis'eosa, Samavâya
10 Theory of Causation
11 Dissolution (Pralaya) & Creation
12 Proof of Existence of Is'vara
13 Nyâya-Vais'easika Physics
14 Origin of Knowledge (Pramâona)
15 four Pramâanas of Nyâya
16 Perception (Pratyakasa)
17 Inference
18 Upamâna & S'abda
19 Negation in Nyâya-Vais'easika
20 necessity of Acquirement of debating devices for seeker of Salvation
21 Doctrine of Soul
22 Îs'vara & Salvation
8 MÎMÂaMSÂ PHILOSOPHY
1 Comparative Review
2 Mîmâomsâ Literature
3 Parataoh-prâmâonya doctrine of Nyâya & Svataoh-prâmâonya doctrine of Mîmâomsâ
4 place of Sense-organs in Perception
5 Indeterminate & Determinate Perception
6 Some Ontological Problems connected with Doctrine of Perception
7 Nature of Knowledge
8 Psychology of Illusion
9 Inference
10 Upamâna, Arthâpatti
11 S'abda-pramâona
12 Pramâona of Non-perception
13 Self, Salvation, & God
14 Mîmâomsâ as Philosophy & Mimâomsâ as Ritualism
9 S'AONKARA SCHOOL OF VEDÂNTA
1 Comprehension of Philosophical Issues more essential than Dialectic of Controversy
2 philosophical situation: Review
3 Vedânta Literature
4 Vedânta in Gauodapâda
5 788 - 820 Vedânta & Saonkara
6 main idea of Vedânta philosophy
7 In what sense is world-appearance false?
8 nature of world-appearance, phenomena
9 Definition of Ajñâna nescience
10 Ajñâna established by Perception & Inference
11 Locus & Object of Ajñâna, Ahaamkâra & Antaahkaraana
12 Anirvâcyavâda & Vedânta dialectic
13 Theory of Causation
14 Vedânta theory of Perception & Inference
15 Âtman, Jîva, Is'vara, Ekajîvavâda & Dorasotisarosativâda
16 Vedânta theory of Illusion
17 Vedânta Ethics & Vedânta Emancipation
18 Vedânta & other Indian systems
19 Forgotten Empire (Vijayanagar): contribution to history of India by Sewell, Robert, Paes, Domingos, Nunes, Fernão 142,118W 568P 9:28
1 Introductory remarks
1 Sources of information
2 1336 Sketch of history of Southern India down to
3 Hindu bulwark against Muhammadan conquest
4 opening date, as given by Nuniz, wrong
5 "Togao Mamede" or Muhammad Taghlaq of Delhi
6 His career & character
7 1316 Origin of Empire
8 Muhammad's capture of Kampli & Anegundi
9 Death of his nephew Baha-ud-din
10 Malik Naib made governor of Anegundi
11 Disturbances
12 Harihara Deva Raya raised to be king of Anegundi
13 Madhavacharya Vidyaranya
14 city of Vijayanagar founded
15 Legends as to origin of new kingdom
16 1336 - 79 1st Kings
17 Rapid acquisition of territory
18 Reign of Harihara 1
19 Check to Muhammadan aggression
20 Reign of Bukka 1
21 Kampa & Sangama
22 1347 Bahmani kingdom established
23 Death of Nagadeva of Warangal
24 Vijayanagar's 1st great war
25 Massacres by Muhammad Bahmani
26 1366 Battle at Adoni
27 Flight of Bukka
28 1375 Mujahid's war
29 He visits Malabar coast
30 Siege of Vijayanagar
31 Extension of territory
32 1378 Death of Mujahid
33 1379 - 1406 Growth of Empire
34 Harihara 2
35 Firuz Shah of Kulbarga
36 Fresh wars
37 1399 Assassination of prince
38 Bukka
39 1406 - 19 Deva Raya
40 amorous monarch
41 farmer's beautiful daughter
42 king's escapade
43 city threatened
44 Hindu princess wedded to Muhammadan prince
45 Firuz Shah's anger
46 Pertal's marriage
47 King Vijaya
48 Probable date of accession of Deva Raya 2
2 1419 - 44 or 1449 Deva Raya 2
1 1419 fresh war
2 Success of Vijayanagar
3 Death of Firuz
4 Sultan Ahmad attacks Deva Raya
5 latter's adventure & narrow escape
6 Ahmad at gates of city
7 He nearly loses his life
8 Submission of Deva Raya
9 Fall of Warangal
10 Sultan Ala-ud-din
11 Deva Raya's precautions
12 1433 His attempted assassination
13 story as told by Abdur Razzak
14 Expedition against Kulbarga
15 Improvements at capital
16 Probable date of kings death
17 Was there King Deva Raya 3
3 1420 - 43 City of Vijayanagar in Reign of Deva Raya 2
1 Description given by Nicolo to Bracciolini
2 capital
3 Festivals
4 Immense population
5 Abdur Razzak's description
6 His journey
7 walls
8 Palaces
9 Mint
10 Bazaars
11 great Mahahnavami festival
4 1449 - 90 Close of 1st Dynasty
1 Mallikarjuna & Virupaksha 1
2 Rajasekhara & Virupaksha 2
3 Dakhan splits up into 5 independent kingdoms
4 Bijapur king captures Goa & Belgaum
5 Fighting at Rajahmundry, Kondapalle, & other parts of Telingana
6 Death of Mahmud Gawan
7 Russian traveller Nikitin
8 Chaos at Vijayanagar
9 Narasimha seizes throne
5 1490 - 1509 1st Kings of 2nd Dynasty
1 Narasimha usurps throne
2 Flight of late king
3 Saluva Timma
4 Vira Narasimha
5 Bijapur again attacks Vijayanagar
6 Portuguese in India
7 They seize Goa
8 Varthema's record
9 1883 Dynasties of Southern India 106
6 1509 - 30 Reign of Krishna Deva Raya
1 His character & person
2 Bankapur
3 Almeida & Fr Luis's mission
4 Duarte Barbosa
5 His description of city
6 king's early wars
7 Kondapalle
8 Rajahmundry
9 Kondavid
10 Udayagiri
11 Wars of Qutb Shah of Golkonda in Telingana
7 1520 - 30 Siege & Battle of Raichur, & Close of Krishna's Reign
1 date of siege
2 Evidence of Castanheda, Correa, Barros, Faria y Souza, Osorio, Lafitau, Firishtah
3 Ruy de Mello & mainlands of Goa
4 Immense numbers engaged
5 Firishtah's story of fight
6 Portuguese present
7 Christovao de Figueiredo
8 Political effects of Hindu victory, & events that followed it
9 mainlands of Goa
8 Buildings, Works, & Inscriptions of Krishna Deva
1 Temples
2 Irrigation works
3 Statue of Narasimha
4 Kamalapuram
5 Inscriptions
9 Reign of Achyuta Raya
1 Achyuta Raya
2 Fall of Raichur & Mudkal
3 Asada Khan & Goa
4 Disturbances at Bijapur
5 Ibrahim Shah at Hindu capital
6 Firishtah on Vijayanagar affairs
7 Rise of Rama Raya & his brothers
8 "Hoje"
9 Tirumala
10 Varying legends
11 Venkatadri defeated by Asada Khan near Adoni
12 Asada Khan's career
13 Belgaum & Goa
14 Asada's duplicity
15 Portuguese aggressions
16 Religious grants by, & inscriptions relating to, Achyuta
17 Beginning of End
18 Reign of Sadasiva
19 king prisoner but acknowledged
20 Rama Raya
21 Adil Shah again at Vijayanagar
22 Bijapur in danger
23 Saved by Asada Khan
24 Rebellion of Prince Abdullah
25 Royal gratitude
26 Death of Asada at Belgaum
27 Portuguese support Abdullah
28 Treaties
29 Ain-ul-Mulkh
30 Fights near Goa
9 Reign of Achyuta Raya
31 Rama Raya's threatened expedition to Mailapur
32 He joins Adil Shah & wastes territories of Ahmadnagar
33 Portuguese violence on Malabar coast
34 Inquisition at Goa
35 1565 Destruction of Vijayanagar
36 Arrogance of Rama Raya
37 Ahmadnagar attacked
38 Muhammadans combine against Vijayanagar
39 league of 5 kings
40 Their advance to Talikota
41 1565 Decisive battle & total defeat Hindu
42 Death of Rama Raya
43 Panic at Vijayanagar
44 Flight of royal family
45 Sack of great city
46 Its total destruction
47 1567 Evidence of Federici
48 Downfall of Portuguese trade, & decay of prosperity at Goa
49 3rd Dynasty Genealogy
50 Muhammadan States
51 Fall of Bankapur, Kondavid, Bellamkonda & Vinukonda
52 Haidarabad founded
53 Adoni under Muhammadans
54 Subsequent history in brief
55 1614 Story of Barradas
56 1614 Chandragiri
57 Death of King Venkata
58 Rebellion of Jaga Raya & murder of royal family
59 Loyalty of Echama Naik
60 Portuguese independent at San Thome
61 Actors in drama
62 affair at Paleacate
63 List of successors
64 1535 - 7 Chronicle of Fernao Nuniz
20 1882 Sarva-Darsana-Samgraha Review of Different Systems of Hindu Philosophy
by Acharya, Madhava
110,603W 442P 7:22
1 Chárváka System
2 Bauddha System
3 Árhata or Jaina System
4 Rámánuja System
5 Púrṇa-prajña System
6 Nakulíśa-Páśupata System
7 Śaiva System
8 Pratyabhijñá or Recognitive System
9 Raseśvara or Mercurial System
10 Vaiśeshika or Aulúkya System
11 Akshapáda or Nyáya System
12 Jaiminíya System
13 Páṇiníya System
14 Sáṅkhya System
15 Pátañjala or Yoga System
16 Vedánta or System of Saṃkara Áchárya
Appendix: On Upádhi
21 With Clive in India
by G HENTY 1832 - 1902
203250W 813P 13:32:35
1 Leaving Home
2 Young Writer
3 Brush with Privateers
4 Pirates of Pacific
5 Madras
6 Arrival of Clive
7 Siege of Arcot
8 Grand Assault
9 Battle of Kavaripak
10 Fall of Seringam
11 Important Mission
12 Murderous Attempt
13 Attempt at Murder
14 Siege of Ambur
15 Pirates' Hold
16 Tiger Hunt
17 Capture of Gheriah
18 "Black Hole" of Calcutta
19 Daring Escape
20 Rescue of White Captive
21 Battle Outside Calcutta
22 Plassey
23 Mounted Infantry
24 Besieged in Pagoda
25 Siege Of Madras
26 Masulipatam
27 Defeat Of Lally
28 Siege Of Pondicherry
29 Home
22 1946 Autobiography of Yogi
by Paramhansa Yogananda
51071W 205P 3:25
1 My Parents & Early Life
2 Mother's Death & Amulet
3 Saint with 2 Bodies
4 My Interrupted Flight Toward Himalaya
5 "Perfume Saint" Performs his Wonders
6 Tiger Swami
7 Levitating Saint
8 India's Great Scientist & Inventor, Jagadis
9 Blissful Devotee & his Cosmic Romance
10 I Meet my Master, Sri Yukteswar
11 2 Penniless Boys in Brindaban
12 Years in my Master's Hermitage
13 Sleepless Saint
14 Experience in Cosmic Consciousness
15 Cauliflower Robbery
16 Outwitting Stars
17 Sasi & 3 Sapphires
18 Mohammedan Wonder-Worker
19 My Guru Appears Simultaneously in Calcutta & Serampore
20 We Do Not Visit Kashmir
21 We Visit Kashmir
22 Heart of Stone Image
23 My University Degree
24 I Become Monk of Swami Order
25 Brother Ananta & Sister Nalini
26 Science of Kriya Yoga
27 Founding of Yoga School at Ranchi
28 Kashi, Reborn & Rediscovered
29 Rabindranath Tagore & I Compare Schools
30 Law of Miracles
31 Interview with Sacred Mother
32 Rama is Raised from Dead
33 Babaji, Yogi-Christ of Modern India
34 Materializing Palace in Himalayas
35 Christlike Life of Lahiri Mahasaya
36 Babaji's Interest in West
37 IGo to America
38 Luther Burbank An American Saint
39 Therese Neumann, Catholic Stigmatist of Bavaria
40 I Return to India
41 An Idyl in South India
42 Last Days with my Guru
43 Resurrection of Sri Yukteswar
44 With Mahatma Gandhi at Wardha
45 Bengali "Joy-Permeated Mother"
46 Woman Yogi who Never Eats
47 I Return to West
48 At Encinitas in California
23 1917 Third Class
by Mohatma Gandi 1869-1948
18,000W 72P 1:11:29 33M
1 3rd Class in Indian Railways
2 Vernaculars as Media of Instruction
3 Swadeshi
4 Ahimsa
5 Moral Basis of Co-operation
6 National Dress
24 Modern Buddhism: Path of Compassion & Wisdom - V3 Prayers for Daily Practice
by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso
105,000W 420P 7:00
25 1915 Gospel of Buddha, Compiled from Ancient Records by Paul Carus & Olga Kopetzky 95,060W 380P 6:20
1 Pronunciation
1 INTRODUCTION
1 Rejoice
2 Samsāra & Nirvāna
3 Truth Saviour
2 PRINCE SIDDHATTHA BECOMES BUDDHA
1 Bodhisatta's Birth
2 Ties of Life
3 3 Woes
4 Bodhisatta's Renunciation
5 King Bimbisāra
6 Bodhisatta's Search
7 Uruvelā, Place of Mortification
8 Māra, Evil One
9 Enlightenment
10 First Converts
11 Brahmā's Request
3 FOUNDATION OF KINGDOM OF RIGHTEOUSNESS
1 Upaka
2 Sermon at Benares
3 Sangha
4 Yasa, Youth of Benares
5 Kassapa
6 Sermon at Rājagaha
7 King's Gift
8 Sāriputta & Moggallāna
9 Anāthapindika
10 Sermon on Charity
11 Jetavana
12 Three Characteristics & Uncreate
13 Buddha's Father
14 Yasodharā
15 Rāhula
4 CONSOLIDATION OF BUDDHA'S RELIGION
1 Jīvaka, Physician
2 Buddha's Parents Attain Nirvāna
3 Women Admitted to Sangha
4 Bhikkhus' Conduct Toward Women
5 Visākhā
6 Uposatha & Pātimokkha
7 Schism
8 Re-establishment of Concord
9 Bhikkhus Rebuked
10 Devadatta
12 Name & Form
13 Goal
14 Miracles Forbidden
15 Vanity of Worldliness
16 Secrecy & Publicity
17 Annihilation of Suffering
18 Avoiding & 10 Evils
19 Preacher's Mission
5 TEACHER
1 Dhammapada
2 2 Brahmans
3 Guard 6 Quarters
4 Simha's Question Concerning Annihilation
5 All Existence is Spiritual
6 Identity & Non-Identity
7 Buddha Omnipresent
8 One Essence, One Law, One Aim
9 Lesson Given to Rāhula
10 Sermon on Abuse
11 Buddha Replies to Deva
12 Words of Instruction
13 Amitābha
14 Teacher Unknown
6 PARABLES & STORIES
1 Parables
2 Widow's Two Mites & Parable of 3 Merchants
3 Man Born Blind
4 Lost Son
5 Giddy Fish
6 Cruel Crane Outwitted
7 Four Kinds of Merit
8 Light of World
9 Luxurious Living
10 Communication of Bliss
11 Listless Fool
12 Rescue in Desert
13 Sower
14 Outcast
15 Woman at Well
16 Peacemaker
17 Hungry Dog
18 Despot
19 Vāsavadattā
20 Marriage-Feast in Jambūnada
21 Party in Search of Thief
22 Realm of Yamarāja
23 Mustard Seed
24 Following Master Over Stream
25 Sick Bhikkhu
26 Patient Elephant
7 LAST DAYS
1 Conditions of Welfare
2 Sāriputta's Faith
3 Pātaliputta
4 Mirror of Truth
5 Ambapālī
6 Buddha's Farewell Address
7 Buddha Announces His Death
8 Chunda, Smith
9 Metteyya
10 Buddha's Final Entering Into Nirvāna
11 3 Personalities of Buddha
12 Purpose of Being
13 Praise of All Buddhas
14 Remarks on illustrations of Gospel of Buddha

 

26 1922 Siddhartha
by Hermann Hesse
42,357W 169P 2:49
1
1 SON OF BRAHMAN
2 WITH SAMANAS
3 GOTAMA
4 AWAKENING
2
1 KAMALA
2 WITH CHILDLIKE PEOPLE
3 SANSARA
4 BY RIVER
5 FERRYMAN
6 SON
7 OM
8 GOVINDA
27 1988 Modern Buddhism: Path of Compassion & Wisdom - Volume 1 Sutra
by Gyatso, Geshe Kelsang
40,596W 162P 2:42
1 Preliminary Explanation
2 What is Buddhism?
3 Buddhist Faith
4 Who are Kadampas?
5 Preciousness of Kadam Lamrim
6 Path of Person of Initial Scope
7 Preciousness of our Human Life
8 What Does our Death Mean?
9 Dangers of Lower Rebirth
10 Going for Refuge
11 What is Karma?
12 Path of Person of Middling Scope
13 What We Should Know
14 What We Should Abandon
15 What We Should Practise
16 What We Should Attain
28 1915 Buddhist Catechism
by Henry Steel Olcott
25,625W 103P 1:43
1 LIFE OF BUDDHA
2 DHARMA OR DOCTRINE
3 SANGHA
4 RISE & SPREAD OF BUDDHISM
5 BUDDHISM & SCIENCE
6 APPENDIX 14 Propositions accepted by Northern & Southern Buddhists as Platform of Unity
29 200s BC Dhammapada
By Buddha (Sayings)
25,750W 103P 1:42:37 47M
1 Twin Verses
2 Earthliness
3 Thought
4 Flowers
5 Fool
6 Wise Man (Pandita)
7 Venerable (Arhat)
8 Thousands
9 Evil
10 Punishment
11 Old Age
12 Self
13 World
14 Buddha (Awakened)
15 Happiness
16 Pleasure
17 Anger
18 Impurity
19 Just
20 Way
21 Miscelenious
22 Downward Course
23 Elephant
24 Thirst
25 Bhikshu (Medicant)
26 Brâhmana (Arhat)
30 200 Tree of Wisdom
by Nagarjuna 150 - 250
23,500W 94P 1:33:19 43M
31 1921 Buddha's Path of Virtue Translation of Dhammapada
by Frank Lee Woodward
16,414W 66P 1:06
1 Pairs
2 Heedfulness
3 Mind
4 Flowers
5 Fools
6 Wise
7 Arahat Worthy
8 Thousands
9 Evil
10 Punishment
11 Old Age
12 Self
13 World
14 Awakened One
15 Happiness
16 Affections
17 Anger
18 Impurity
19 Just
20 Path
21 Divers Verses
22 Evil Way
23 Elephant
24 Craving
25 Mendicant
26 Brahmana
32 1922 Essence of Buddhism
by Various
14,113W 56P 56Min
33 1912 Life of Buddha & Its Lessons
by Henry Steel Olcott
6,925W 28P 28Min

34 Twenty Two Goblins
By DANDIN (c 6th cent - c 6th cen) & SOMADEVA
57,000W 228P 3:47:23

35 500 Vairagya Shatakam
By BHARTRHARI
28,250W 113P 1:52:40
1 Condemnation of desire
2 Futile efforts to give up sense-objects
3 Condemnation of poverty of supplicant attitude
4 Delineation of evanescence of enjoyments
5 Description of working of Time, or principle of change
6 comparison as to how monk stands to king
7 Control of mind by stimulating wisdom in it
8 Discrimination of immutable reality from mutable
9 Worship of Siva
10 way of life of realized ascetic