Hindu literature : Comprising The Book of good counsels, Nala and Damayanti, The Ramayana, and Sakoontala
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Hindu literature : Comprising The Book of good counsels, Nala and Damayanti, The Ramayana, and Sakoontala

By Toru Dutt, Kalidasa, Valmiki
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  • HINDU LITERATURE
  • COMPRISING
  • THE BOOK OF GOOD COUNSELS, NALA AND DAMAYANTI, THE RÁMÁYANA AND ŚAKOONTALÁ
    • WITH CRITICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES BY
  • EPIPHANIUS WILSON, A.M.
    • REVISED EDITION
      • NEW YORK
      • P.F. COLLIER & SON
    • NEW YORK
    • P.F. COLLIER & SON
  • CONTENTS
    • THE BOOK OF GOOD COUNSELS
    • NALA AND DAMAYANTI
    • SELECTIONS FROM THE RÁMÁYANA
    • ŚAKOONTALÁ
    • POEMS BY TORU DUTT
  • THE BOOK OF GOOD COUNSELS
    • SELECTED FROM
  • THE HITOPADEŚA
    • [Translated from the Sanscrit by Sir Edwin Arnold]
      • TRANSLATOR'S PREFACE
    • TRANSLATOR'S PREFACE
  • THE BOOK OF GOOD COUNSELS
    • INTRODUCTION
      • Honor to Gunesh, God of Wisdom
    • Honor to Gunesh, God of Wisdom
    • THE WINNING OF FRIENDS
      • The Story of the Tiger and the Traveller
      • The Story of the Jackal, Deer, and Crow
      • The Story of the Vulture, the Cat, and the Birds
      • The Story of the Dead Game and the Jackal
      • The Prince and the Wife of the Merchant's Son
      • The Story of the Old Jackal and the Elephant
    • The Story of the Tiger and the Traveller
    • The Story of the Jackal, Deer, and Crow
    • The Story of the Vulture, the Cat, and the Birds
    • The Story of the Dead Game and the Jackal
    • The Prince and the Wife of the Merchant's Son
    • The Story of the Old Jackal and the Elephant
  • THE PARTING OF FRIENDS
    • The Story of the Lion, the Jackals, and the Bull
      • The Story of the Monkey and the Wedge
      • The Story of the Washerman's Jackass
      • The Story of the Cat Who Served the Lion
      • The Story of the Terrible Bell
      • The Story of the Prince and the Procuress
      • The Story of the Black Snake and the Golden Chain
      • The Story of the Lion and the Old Hare
      • The Story of the Wagtail and the Sea
    • The Story of the Monkey and the Wedge
    • The Story of the Washerman's Jackass
    • The Story of the Cat Who Served the Lion
    • The Story of the Terrible Bell
    • The Story of the Prince and the Procuress
    • The Story of the Black Snake and the Golden Chain
    • The Story of the Lion and the Old Hare
    • The Story of the Wagtail and the Sea
    • WAR
      • The Battle of the Swans and Peacocks
      • The Story of the Weaver-Birds and the Monkeys
      • The Story of the Old Hare and the Elephants
      • The Story of the Heron and the Crow
      • The Story of the Appeased Wheelwright
      • The Story of the Dyed Jackal
      • The Story of the Faithful Rajpoot
    • The Battle of the Swans and Peacocks
    • The Story of the Weaver-Birds and the Monkeys
    • The Story of the Old Hare and the Elephants
    • The Story of the Heron and the Crow
    • The Story of the Appeased Wheelwright
    • The Story of the Dyed Jackal
    • The Story of the Faithful Rajpoot
  • PEACE
    • The Treaty Between the Peacocks and the Swans
      • The Story of the Tortoise and the Geese
      • The Story of Fate and the Three Fishes
      • The Story of the Unabashed Wife
      • The Story of the Herons and the Mongoose
      • The Story of the Recluse and the Mouse
      • The Story of the Crane and the Crab
      • The Story of the Brahman and the Pans
      • The Duel of the Giants
      • The Story of the Brahman and the Goat
      • The Story of the Camel, the Lion, and His Court
      • The Story of the Frogs and the Old Serpent
    • The Story of the Tortoise and the Geese
    • The Story of Fate and the Three Fishes
    • The Story of the Unabashed Wife
    • The Story of the Herons and the Mongoose
    • The Story of the Recluse and the Mouse
    • The Story of the Crane and the Crab
    • The Story of the Brahman and the Pans
    • The Duel of the Giants
    • The Story of the Brahman and the Goat
    • The Story of the Camel, the Lion, and His Court
    • The Story of the Frogs and the Old Serpent
  • NALA AND DAMAYANTI
    • [Selected from the "Mahâbhârata" Translation by Sir Edwin Arnold]
    • INTRODUCTION
  • THE MAHÂBHÂRATA
    • NALA AND DAMAYANTI
      • Part I
      • Part II.
    • Part I
    • Part II.
  • SELECTIONS FROM THE RÁMÁYANA
    • BY
    • VÁLMÍKI
      • [Metrical translation by R.T.H. Griffiths]
    • [Metrical translation by R.T.H. Griffiths]
    • INTRODUCTION
  • THE RÁMÁYANA
    • INVOCATION
  • BOOK I
    • CANTO I
      • NARAD
    • NARAD
    • CANTO VI
      • THE KING
    • THE KING
    • CANTO VII
      • THE MINISTERS
    • THE MINISTERS
    • CANTO VIII
      • SUMANTRA'S SPEECH
    • SUMANTRA'S SPEECH
    • CANTO IX
      • RISHYAŚRING
    • RISHYAŚRING
    • CANTO X
      • RISHYAŚRING INVITED
    • RISHYAŚRING INVITED
    • CANTO XI
      • THE SACRIFICE DECREED
    • THE SACRIFICE DECREED
    • CANTO XII
      • THE SACRIFICE BEGUN
    • THE SACRIFICE BEGUN
    • CANTO XIII
      • THE SACRIFICE FINISHED
    • THE SACRIFICE FINISHED
    • CANTO XIV
      • RÁVAN DOOMED
    • RÁVAN DOOMED
    • CANTO XV
      • THE NECTAR
    • THE NECTAR
    • CANTO XVI
      • THE VANARS
    • THE VANARS
    • CANTO XVII
      • RISHYASRING'S RETURN
    • RISHYASRING'S RETURN
    • CANTO XVIII
      • RISHYAŚRING'S DEPARTURE
    • RISHYAŚRING'S DEPARTURE
    • CANTO XIX
      • THE BIRTH OF THE PRINCES
    • THE BIRTH OF THE PRINCES
    • CANTO XX
      • VIŚVÁMITRA'S VISIT
    • VIŚVÁMITRA'S VISIT
    • CANTO XXI
      • VIŚVÁMITRA'S SPEECH
    • VIŚVÁMITRA'S SPEECH
    • CANTO XXII
      • DAŚARATHA'S SPEECH
    • DAŚARATHA'S SPEECH
    • CANTO XXIII
      • VAŚISHTHA'S SPEECH
    • VAŚISHTHA'S SPEECH
    • CANTO XXIV
      • THE SPELLS
    • THE SPELLS
    • CANTO XXV
      • THE HERMITAGE OF LOVE
    • THE HERMITAGE OF LOVE
    • CANTO XXVI
      • THE FOREST OF TÁDAKÁ
    • THE FOREST OF TÁDAKÁ
    • CANTO XXVII
      • THE BIRTH OF TÁDAKÁ
    • THE BIRTH OF TÁDAKÁ
    • CANTO XXVIII
      • THE DEATH OF TÁDAKÁ
    • THE DEATH OF TÁDAKÁ
    • CANTO XXIX
      • THE CELESTIAL ARMS
    • THE CELESTIAL ARMS
    • CANTO XXX
      • THE MYSTERIOUS POWERS
    • THE MYSTERIOUS POWERS
    • CANTO XXXI
      • THE PERFECT HERMITAGE
    • THE PERFECT HERMITAGE
    • CANTO XXXII
      • VIŚVÁMITRA'S SACRIFICE
    • VIŚVÁMITRA'S SACRIFICE
    • CANTO XXXIII
      • THE SONE
    • THE SONE
    • CANTO XXXIV
      • BRAHMADATTA
    • BRAHMADATTA
    • CANTO XXXV
      • VIŚVÁMITRA'S LINEAGE
    • VIŚVÁMITRA'S LINEAGE
    • CANTO XXXVI
      • THE BIRTH OF GANGÁ
    • THE BIRTH OF GANGÁ
    • CANTO XXXIX
      • THE SONS OF SAGAR
    • THE SONS OF SAGAR
    • CANTO XL
      • THE CLEAVING OF THE EARTH
    • THE CLEAVING OF THE EARTH
    • CANTO XLI
      • KAPIL
    • KAPIL
    • CANTO XLII
      • SAGAR'S SACRIFICE
    • SAGAR'S SACRIFICE
    • CANTO XLIII
      • BHAGÍRATH
    • BHAGÍRATH
  • ŚAKOONTALÁ
    • BY
    • KÁLIDÁSA
      • [Translation by Sir Monier Monier-Williams]
    • [Translation by Sir Monier Monier-Williams]
    • INTRODUCTION
      • DRAMATIS PERSONÆ
      • RULES FOR PRONUNCIATION OF PROPER NAMES
    • DRAMATIS PERSONÆ
    • RULES FOR PRONUNCIATION OF PROPER NAMES
  • ŚAKOONTALÁ
    • PROLOGUE
      • Benediction
    • Benediction
    • ACT FIRST
      • Scene.—A Forest
    • Scene.—A Forest
    • ACT SECOND
      • Scene.—A Plain on the Skirts of the Forest
    • Scene.—A Plain on the Skirts of the Forest
    • PRELUDE TO ACT THIRD
      • Scene.—The Hermitage
    • Scene.—The Hermitage
    • ACT THIRD
      • Scene.—The Sacred Grove
    • Scene.—The Sacred Grove
    • PRELUDE TO ACT FOURTH
      • Scene.—The Garden of the Hermitage
    • Scene.—The Garden of the Hermitage
    • ACT FOURTH
      • Scene.—The Neighborhood of the Hermitage
    • Scene.—The Neighborhood of the Hermitage
    • ACT FIFTH
      • Scene.—A Room in the Palace
    • Scene.—A Room in the Palace
    • PRELUDE TO ACT SIXTH
      • Scene.—A Street
    • Scene.—A Street
    • ACT SIXTH
      • Scene.—The Garden of the Palace
    • Scene.—The Garden of the Palace
    • ACT SEVENTH
      • Scene.—The Sky
    • Scene.—The Sky
  • BALLADS OF HINDOSTAN
  • MISCELLANEOUS POEMS
    • BY
  • TORU DUTT
    • INTRODUCTION
  • BALLADS OF HINDOSTAN
    • JOGADHYA UMA
  • BUTTOO
  • SINDHU
    • PART I
    • PART II
    • PART III
  • MISCELLANEOUS POEMS
    • NEAR HASTINGS
    • FRANCE
      • 1870
    • 1870
    • THE TREE OF LIFE
    • MADAME THÉRÈSE
      • Written on the fly-leaf of Erckmann-Chatrian's novel, entitled, "Madame Thérèse."
    • Written on the fly-leaf of Erckmann-Chatrian's novel, entitled, "Madame Thérèse."
    • SONNET
    • SONNET
    • OUR CASUARINA-TREE
  • FOOTNOTES
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