आनंद के. कुमारस्वामी श्रृखंला का कार्य संग्रह
परसैप्शन ऑफ द वेदISBN : 81-7304-254-3Edited By :Vidya Nivas Mishra
In 1933, Coomaraswamy published A New Approach to the Vedas, and thereafter he regularly brought out longer and shorter studies of the Vedas and Upani ads till the year 1947. These works were published in a variety of American, European and Indian journals. These essays have been arranged here in this volume in relation to some aspects or the other of Vedic text as one integrated perception…..Read More
The author has tried to make accurate, evocative translations of Vedic and Upani adic texts through the use of scholastic language and archaic or composite words. These translations are followed by copious notes covering related passages from other texts and translations in order to bring out a fuller meaning of the process of emanation of manifest from the unmanifest It is hoped that this volume will open up a new vista of interpreting the Vedic lore so that we can reintegrate our own fuller being with the fuller manifestations of the cosmic order in which resides the truth of truths..
INDIAN WOMEN SEERS AND THEIR SONGS THE UNFETTERED NOTEISBN : 978-81-7305-581-2Edited By :SUBHADRA DESAI , Distributor: Aryan Books International, New Delhi-2.
(2017, pp.xI+324, Col. illus. 24, bibl., index)
(English) THEORY AND PRACTICE OF TEMPLE ARCHITECTURE IN MEDIEVAL INDIAISBN : 13 : 978-93-81406-41-0Edited By :Adam Hardy
(2015, xiv+293pp.,inÎ, Bib., Illus. col., maps and line drawings)
राईटिंग्स ऑन जिओलॉजी एंड मिनोरालॉजीः साइंटिफ्क पेपर्स एंड कमेंट्सISBN : 81-7304-373-6Edited By :A. RANGANATHAN and K. SRINIVASA RAO
This volume deals with Ananda K. Coomaraswamy’s contribution to the geology and mineralogy of Ceylon (Sri Lanka). The material in the volume has been arranged in three sections: the first contains his articles on geology and mineralogy of Ceylon published in scientific journals; the second includes the classic Ceylon Administrative Reports which he wrote in 1903-06;…Read Moreand the final section is mainly concerned with several comments on Coomaraswamy’s work which highlight his reputation as mainstream geologist.
His greatest contribution to geology was his discovery of the mineral Thorianite in 1904. It was characteristic of Coomaraswamy’s self-effacement and scientific modesty that instead of immortalizing his own name, he preferred to name it Thorianite. It is hoped that this volume on Coomaraswamy’s contribution to the earth sciences, quite different from his undoubted greatness as an exponent of the Perennial Philosophy, will be of great interest to his innumerable admirers.
(English) ESSAYS IN ARCHITECTURAL THEORYISBN : 0-19-563805-0Edited By :Michael W.Meister
(1995 xxiii+122 pp. figs, notes, appen., indexes)
(English) ESSAYS IN EARLY INDIAN ARCHITECTUREISBN : 019-563094-7Edited By :Michael W.Meister
(1995, xxviii+151 pp.)
(English) ESSAYS ON MUSICISBN : 81-7304-611-5Edited By :PREM LATA SHARMA
(2010, 153, Preface, Introduction)
थर्टी सांग्स फ्राम द पंजाब एंड कश्मीरISBN : 81-207-16639Edited By :PREMLATA SHARMA
(1994 xvi+177pp. int., notations, notes)
The songs published here were recorded by Mrs. Alice Coomaraswamy, who used the Indian name Ratan Devi professionally, with introduction and translation by Ananda Coomaraswamy and a foreword by Rabindranath Tagore.
Ratan Devi transcribed, with music and words, some of the songs -both classical and folk -she had learnt from her guru Ustad Abdul Rahim of Kapurthala…Read More
The thirty songs documented by her in staff notations are compositions of genres like dhrupad, khayāl, Ṭhumrī and dādrā, as well as folk-songs in Punjabi, Dogri, Kashmiri, etc., also Sūfi songs in Urdu, Persian and Kashmiri.
The present volume reproducing the above compilation as parts I and II contains a transcription of the staff notations into sā ri gā mā in Devanagari, a Hindi translation of the non-Hindi texts of songs and notes in Hindi and English on rāga, tāla and the text.
Available at:IGNCA, New Delhi.
विद्यापती पदावलीISBN : 81-8-5120-50-1Edited By :Ananda K. Coomaraswamy and Arun Sen
(1994, 360 pp)
Vidyāpati Ṭhākur, one of the most renowned medieval Maithilī poets, composed the wreath of songs, the theme of which is the same as that of Gītagovinda the courtship of God and the soul, under the names of Rādhā and Kṛṣṇa. The story of love told in the poems is an allegorical representation of the yearning of the human soul for the Divine…Read More
The poetry of Vidyāpati arrested Coomaraswamy’s attention for translation, although translation was otherwise least of his callings. Perhaps he felt the need to convey through the English language the multi-layered symbolism of these seemingly simple verses revolving round the loves of Rādhā and Kṛṣṇa
(English) ART, AESTHETICS AND PHILOSOPHYISBN : 978-81-246-0764-0Edited By :S.G.KULKARNI & KAVITA CHAUHAN