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Essays on the languages, literature, and religion of Nepal and Tibet

B. H. Hodgson

Essays on the languages, literature, and religion of Nepal and Tibet

together with further papers on the geography, ethnology, and commerce of those countries

by B. H. Hodgson

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Published by Bharat-Bharati in Varanasi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nepal.,
  • Tibet (China)
    • Subjects:
    • Buddhism.,
    • Nepal.,
    • Tibet (China)

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby B. H. Hodgson.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS485.N4 H58 1971
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 145, 124 p.
      Number of Pages145
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4392564M
      LC Control Number78925804

      Essays on the Languages, Literature, and Religion of Nepal and Tibet Brian Houghton Hodgson — Together with Further Papers on the Geography, Ethnology, .   The Nepali language was originally called Khaskura (language of the Khas―rice farmers of Nepal’s western hills). Later, it was called Parbatiya (language of the people of the hills), and still later, as Gorkhali (language of the Gorkhas).Although Nepal had 11 million native speakers of the Nepali language as per Census , it is spoken by many people of Nepali . "Among Tibetan Texts" is part of Wisdom's acclaimed Studies in Indian and Tibetan Buddhism series. For three decades, E. Gene Smith ran the Library of Congress's Tibetan Text Publication Project (PL)--an effort to salvage and reprint the Tibetan literature that had been collected by communities and exiles of Sikkim, Bhutan, India, and Nepal.


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(Brian Houghton), Buddha and Buddhism, Tibeto-Burman languages, Nepal, Tibet (China) Publisher London, Trübner & co. Collection Princeton; americana Digitizing sponsor Pages: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hodgson, B. (Brian Houghton), Essays on the languages, literature, and religion of Nepal and Tibet.

First published inthis is a collection of his essays on nineteenth-century Nepal and Tibet, earlier versions of which had appeared in the Journal of literature Bengal Asiatic Society and two books of Hodgson's own, later updated for the Phoenix, a Cited by: Essays on the languages, literature, and religion of Nepal and Tibet: Together with further papers on the geography, ethnology, and commerce of those countries [B.

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The book has two parts. Part 1 is on the language, literature, and religion. Part II is on geography, ethnology, and commerce. Title: Essays literature the Languages, Literature, and Religion of Nepal and Tibet: together with further papers on the geography, ethnology, and commerce of those countries.

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With a Supplement of additions and corrections from and religion of Nepal and Tibet book author's copy, edited by Mahadeva Prasad Saha. Hodgson, Brian Houghton. The Sherpa of Nepal Words | 18 Pages. The Sherpa of Nepal “Sherpa”, a term derived from words meaning “people” and “east”, refers to a cultural groupthat numbers ab and whose members occupy parts of India, Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan (Sherpa Friendship Asscn,), though most groups are found in Nepal (Stevens 31).

Tibetan literature generally refers to literature written in the Tibetan language or arising out of Tibetan culture. Historically, Tibetan has served as a literature literary language that has been used, at different times, from Tibet to Mongolia, Russia, and present-day Bhutan, Nepal, India, and Pakistan.

Brian Hodgson, who was at the Residency for most of the years fromnever wrote his projected history of Nepal but some his most important writings are included in his Essays on the Languages, Literature and Religion of Nepal and Tibet (London: Trubner, ) and Miscellaneous essays on Indian Subjects (London: Trubner, ).

These books about Nepali language politic, literature provide indepth knowledge Nepal language, and political development. Please mail us at [email protected] or Fax us at or Contact Us. If you have special request for books form Nepal which are not included in. Tibetan literature not only reflects the life, thoughts, and esthetics of different levels at various phases in Tibetan history, but also provides an important reference for the study of the Tibetan language and origin of words, social history, religion and belief, morality and behavior, the spiritual world, as well as local conditions and customs.

Let’s begin on your book selection with Hisao Kimura’s memoir, co-written with Scott Berry, of being a Japanese spy in Tibet during wartime. This was the book that really showed me how difficult it is for Westerners in particular and foreigners in general to talk or think about the Tibetan issue without introducing our own histories.

Several collections of his essays and notes were also independently published like the essays on the languages, literature and religion of Nepal and Tibet, the study on the Kocch, Bódo and Dhimál tribes, and the illustrations of the literature and religion of the Buddhists.

Hodgson had the opportunity to serve as an assistant. Hodgson (B.), Essays on the Languages, Literature, and Religion of Nepául and Tibet-London, Google Scholar Hunter (Sir W. W.) (compiled by), Imperial Gazetteer of India.

9.?- Essays on the Languages, Literature, and Religion of Nepal and Tibet, etc. By B. Hodgson, Esq., etc. London: Trubner k Co. As regards communicating information to others, next best to knowing a thing is the not professing to know it; for right there is.

Geography and Climate of Nepal - Nepal is located in the Tropic of Cancer (Northern Hemisphere) (Shrestha) and lies between China in the north and India in the south, east and west.( map) It has an area ofsq.

km including water which has an area of 3, sq. km and its geographical coordinates are 28°00′N 84°00′E. (Australia ) Nepal is typically. Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK) Abstract A n independent Kingdom in the Himalayas, between 26° 25’ and 30° 17’ N.

lat., and between 80° 6’ and 88° 14’ of E. long.; its greatest length miles ; its greatest breadth about ; bounded on the north by Tibet, on the east by Sikkim, on the south and west by. Hodgson Brian Houghton Essays on the Languages,Literature and Religion of Nepal and Tibet (Together with further papers on the Geography,Ethnology and Commerce of those Countries), Reprint,Varanasi: Bharat-Bharati.

Hodgson Brian Houghton Miscellaneous Essays relating to Indian Subjects, vol-II. London: Trubner and Co. Hodgson, B. (Brian Houghton) Essays on the languages, literature, and religion of Nepál and Tibet London, Trübner & co. Jäschke Tibetan-English Dictionary Taylor &. Tibetan literature, body of largely religious and occult writings that has developed since the 7th century, when Tibetan became a written language.

Until the 13th century most Tibetan literary works were skillfully methodical translations from Sanskrit of Buddhist texts, on which Indian scholars and Tibetan translators worked side by side. The Key Characteristics of Buddhism in Tibet With a following of about four hundred million, Buddhism is considered to the fourth largest religion after Christianity, Islam and Hinduism.

Once upon a time, a religious group that adheres to traditional, religion as well as philosophical ways of life, practices and believes was born. Essays on the languages, literature, and religion of Nepal and Tibet: together with further papers on the geography, ethnology, and commerce of those countries.

(London, Trübner & co., ), by B. Hodgson (page images at HathiTrust). Hodgson, Essays on the Languages, Literature and Religion of Nepal and Tibet, 1 (repr. Delhi: ) [first published ], p 2. The few published studies of these documents (most of which were commissioned by Hodgson) include: Brough, John, 'Nepalese Buddhist Ritual', Bulletin of the SOAS.

From an opening transhistorical survey of literature and religion worldwide, the book proceeds eastward from two early studies of Milton, through a pivotal consideration of Chinese-Western literary relations, to later essays on such variegated China-based subjects as religious syncretism and the classic epic Xiyouji (Journey to the West 5/5(1).

This short epic narrative by Nepalese poet Laxmi Prasad Devkota is one of the most popular and enduring works of Nepali literature. In fact, it is the most commercially successful Nepali book ever published. A national legend, Devkota’s famous statement before his death in that ‘it would be all right if all my works were burned, except for Muna Madan’ is a testament to the.

The culture of Nepal is unique. It is rich in music, dance, arts, literature, religion, festivals and food. Temples and monasteries are the foundations of Nepali architecture and dominate the important cultural and historical places.

There are caste / ethnic groups in Nepal and these have developed their own religion, language, and music.

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[page 39] If we are to believe later traditions, and there is in my opinion no reason not to do so, the first Tibetan historiographic writings date from Tibet's imperial period (seventh-ninth centuries), which coincided with her relations with the Nepalese, Indians, Arabs, Turks, Uighurs, 'A zha and, above all, Tang China.

Only a fragment of this literary corpus, falling into two. Tibet possesses a literature that stretches back over years and is one of the great literary traditions of Asia in terms both of its size and range of influence.

It is an important repository of Buddhist teachings, but also of lyrical and epic poetry, a novel, biographies, histories, and writings on topics as diverse as law, ritual. languages are spoken in Nepal and Nepalese is regarded as the official language of the country. View of the Himilayas in Nepal.

According to the census of Nepal, languages are spoken in the country as a first language. Nepali is the official language of the nation. Nepali and Maithili rank as the first and second most spoken Author: Oishimaya Sen Nag.

There are many existing and dead languages in Nepal. As is defined, Nepal is a colorful garden of 36 ethnic groups and 4 caste. Culture in Nepal is the collective form of the music, religion, literature and architecture. Temples and monasteries are the integral part of Nepali architecture.

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