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" Mankind speak of thy renown as infinite and inexhaustible. The fame of one who hath been respected in the world is extended even, beyond the dissolution of the body. "
Indische Bibliothek - Page 229
by August Wilhelm von Schlegel - 1827
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Bhagavad-Gita

1834 - 112 pages
...nommtn werben rauf, bebatf feinet 2íuefúl)rltdjfdt. V. 34, b. ©tatt 23 1 If in в Ueberfefcunfl: The fame of one, who hath been respected in the world,...extended even beyond the dissolution of the body; (jat f$on gr, ©cfylegel tätiget: 23ев etnjď ©eptteftten Uneíjte muß поф jen« feit btm Sob...
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The Bhagavat-geeta, or Dialogues of Krishna and Arjoon., Sansc., Canarese ...

John Garrett (director of public instruction in Mysore) - 1846
...thy honor, arid be guilty of a crime. -'ˇ'Mankind speak of thy renown as infinite and inexhaustible. The fame of one who hath been respected in the world...extended even, beyond the dissolution of the body. [See Appendix II, Note A.] :ÍJTlie generáis of the armies will think that thy retirement from the...
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The Bhagavat-Geeta, Or, Dialogues of Krishna and Arjoon in Eighteen Lectures ...

J. Garrett - Bhagavadgītā - 1849 - 233 pages
...thy honor, and be guilty of a crime. 34 Mankind speak of thy renown as infinite and inexhaustible. The fame of one who hath been respected in the world...extended even, beyond the dissolution of the body. [See Appendix II, Note A.] 35The generals of the armies will think that thy retirement from the field...
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