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" It is a received and well grounded opinion of the learned in India, that no book is altogether safe from changes and interpolations until it have been commented : but when once a gloss has been published, no fabrication could afterwards succeed; because... "
Researches Concerning the Laws, Theology, Learning, Commerce, Etc. of ... - Page 69
by Quintin Craufurd - 1817 - 378 pages
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Asiatic Researches; Or, Transactions of the Society, Instituted in Bengal ...

Asiatic Society of Bengal - Archaeology - 1808
...interpolations until it have been commented : but when once a gloss has been published, no fabrication could afterwards succeed ; because the perpetual commentary...general, explains every word. Commentaries on the Vtdas themselves exist, Which testify the authenticity of the text. Some are stated to have been composed...
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Miscellaneous Essays, Volume 1

Henry Thomas Colebrooke - Indo-Aryan philology - 1837
...interpolations until it have been commented : but when once a gloss has been published, no fabrication could afterwards succeed; because the perpetual commentary...of SAYANA'S on several Vedas; and a complete one by MAHID'H ARA on asingleFeda. I also possess nearly the whole ofSANCARA's commentary on the Upanishads;...
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Miscellaneous Essays, Volume 1

Henry Thomas Colebrooke - Hinduism - 1837
...interpolations until it have been commented : but when once a gloss has been published, no fabrication could afterwards succeed; because the perpetual commentary...fragments of UVATA'S gloss ; the greatest part of SAYAN A'S on several Vedas ; anda complete one by MAHID'HARA on a single Veda. I also possess nearly...
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Miscellaneous essays, Volume 1

Henry Thomas Colebrooke - Hinduism - 1837
...interpolations until it have been commented : but when once a gloss has been published, no fabrication could afterwards succeed ; because the perpetual commentary...which I can with certainty refer. I have fragments of UVAT A'S gloss ; the greatest part of SAYANA'S on several Vedas ; and a complete one by M AHID'H ARA...
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Eastern monachism: an account of the origin, laws, discipline, sacred ...

Monasticism and religious orders, Buddhist - 1850 - 443 pages
...interpolations until it has been commented ; but when once a gloss has been published, no fabrication could afterwards succeed ; because the perpetual commentary...every passage, and in general explains every word."* 1. All the discourses of Budha are saidf to be one, as to sangwara, observance, and they are also one...
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Essays on the Religion and Philosophy of the Hindus

Henry Thomas Colebrooke - Hindu philosophy - 1858 - 325 pages
...interpolations until it have been commented ; but when once a gloss has been published, n0 fabrication could afterwards succeed; because the perpetual commentary...UVATA'S gloss; the greatest part of SA'YANA'S on several Vcdas; and a complete one by MAHID'HARA on a single Veda. I also possess nearly the whole of S'ANCARA'S...
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Essays on the Religion and Philosophy of the Hindus

Henry Thomas Colebrooke - Hindu philosophy - 1858 - 325 pages
...interpolations until it have been commented ; but when once a gloss has been published, no fabrication could afterwards succeed; because the perpetual commentary...fragments of UVATA'S gloss; the greatest part of SA'YANA'S pn several Vedas; and a complete one by MAIIID'IIARA on a single Veda. I also possess nearly the whole...
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Essays on the Religion and Philosophy of the Hindus

Henry Thomas Colebrooke - Hinduism - 1858 - 325 pages
...interpolations until it have been commented ; but when once' a gloss has been published, no fabrication could afterwards succeed; because the perpetual commentary...have fragments of UVATA'S gloss; the greatest part of SA'VANA'S <?n several Vedas; and a complete one by MAHID'HARA on a single Veda. I also possess nearly...
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Eastern Monachism: An Account of the Origin, Laws, Discipline, Sacred ...

Buddha (The concept) - 1860 - 443 pages
...interpolations until it has been commented ; but when once a gloss has been published, no fabrication could afterwards succeed ; because the perpetual commentary...every passage, and in general explains every word."* 1. All the discourses of Budha are saidf to be one, as to sangwara, observance, and they are also one...
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Eastern monachism: an account of the origin, laws, discipline, sacred ...

Robert Spence Hardy - Buddha (The concept) - 1860 - 443 pages
...interpolations until it has been commented; but when once a gloss has been published, no fabrication could afterwards succeed ; because the perpetual commentary...every passage, and in general explains every word."* 1. All the discourses of Budha are saidf to be one, as to sangwara, observance, and they are also one...
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