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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
Interpretation of Chāndogya upaniṣad by Śańkara and Otto von Böhtlingk 2022 Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 99 (): 91-117
  • Veena Raj
H6/KW [BHANDARKAR-]
Erysichthon's crime and punishment: the prehistory of a famine demon 2021 Journal of Indo-European studies 49 (1-2): 67-103
  • Laura Massetti
H6 [JOURNAL-] 0092-2323
Semantics of the word púruṣa in the Ṛgveda as a source of understanding a human being in Indian thought 2021 Journal of Indo-European studies 49 (1-2): 13-66
  • Olena Łucyszyna
H6 [JOURNAL-] 0092-2323
Messenger of the gods in Greek and Vedic 2020 Journal of Indo-European studies 48 (1-2): 77-85
  • José Marcos Macedo
H6 [JOURNAL-] 0092-2323
The divine miscarriage: Mārtāṇḍa, the sun, and the birth of mankind 2020 Journal of Indo-European studies 48 (1-2): 151-72
  • Per-Johan Norelius
H6 [JOURNAL-] 0092-2323
Determining the ancient Vedic conception of speech by samanvaya of hymns of the R̥gveda 2016 Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 97 (): 150-85
  • Peter M. Scharf
H6/KW [BHANDARKAR-]
Linguistic thought reflected in the Brāhmaṇa texts 2016 Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 97 (): 57-65
  • Bhagyashree Bhagwat
H6/KW [BHANDARKAR-]
Language in Vedic texts with reference to time and ritual 2016 Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 97 (): 79-88
  • Maitreyee Deshpande
H6/KW [BHANDARKAR-]
Vāk in the Vedic ritual anad rituals for Vāk 2016 Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 97 (): 89-96
  • Nirmala Kulkarni
H6/KW [BHANDARKAR-]
Nirukta's philosophy of language and its connection with the nature of Vedic deities 2016 Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 97 (): 137-42
  • Amruta Chintaman Natu
H6/KW [BHANDARKAR-]
Philosophy of language as reflected in hte Nirukta of Yāska 2016 Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 97 (): 143-9
  • Bhagyalata Pataskar
H6/KW [BHANDARKAR-]
Refinement (samskāra): a principle maintained in the philosophy of language in the Veda 2016 Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 97 (): 197-201
  • Ganesh Umakant Thite
H6/KW [BHANDARKAR-]
Non-Iranian origin of the Eastern-Slavonic god Xŭrsŭ/Xors 2014 Studia mythologica slavica 17 (): 9-36
  • Constantine L. Borissoff
H6/KVP [STUDIA-] 1408-6271
An Atharvanic hymn to night: text-critical and linguistic remarks on the interpretation of Śaunakīya 19.50 = Paippalāda 14.9 2013 Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies (London) 76 (2): 259-69
  • Leonid Kulikov
H6/KW [LONDON-] 0041-977X
Mīmāṁsā and the Pāṇinian system 2013 Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 94 (): 7-110
  • George Cardona
H6/KW [BHANDARKAR-]
Vedic-ancient Mesopotamian interconnections and the dating of the Indian tradition 2012 Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 93 (): 137-92
  • Stephen Hillyer Levitt
H6/KW [BHANDARKAR-]
Rudra-Shiva and Silvanus-Faunus: savage and propitious 2011 Journal of Indo-European studies 39 (1/2): 100-15
  • Daniel Nečas Hraste
  • Krešimir Vuković
H6 [JOURNAL-] 0092-2323
Reconstruction of the mythopoetical image of a duck (Anas) (according to the written sources and folklore data of Baltic, Slavic and other Indo-European peoples) 2011 Studia mythologica slavica 14 (): 253-90
  • Rolandas Kregždis
H6/KVP [STUDIA-] 1408-6271
Ṛgveda 7.95.2 and Karen Thomson 2010 Journal of Indo-European studies 38 (3/4): 407-21
  • N. Kazanas
H6 [JOURNAL-] 0092-2323
The plight of the Rigveda in the twenty-first century. Response to N.Al. Kazanas 2010 Journal of Indo-European studies 38 (3/4): 422-30
  • Karen Thomson
H6 [JOURNAL-] 0092-2323
Dvandas, blocking, and the associative: the bumpy ride from phrase to word 2010 Language 86 (2): 302-31
  • Paul Kiparsky
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-] 0097-8507
Take care of the poets! Verbal art performances as key factors in the preservation of Kalasha language and culture 2010 Anthropological linguistics 52 (2): 141-59
  • Pierpaolo Di Carlo
H6/KK [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-] 0003-5483
Vedic piśá- and Atharvaveda-Śaunakīlya 19.49.4= Atharvaveda-Paippalāda 14.8.4: a note on the Indo-Iranian bestiary 2009 Journal of Indo-European studies 37 (1/2): 141-54
  • Leonid Kulikov
H6 [JOURNAL-] 0092-2323
Mittani, the Hurrian empire, and the mythical god Kama 2008 Man in India 88 (4): 471-510
  • Liny Srinivasan
H6/KWL [MAN-] 0025-1569
Passing through flood waters in Vedic thought 2008 Journal of Indo-European studies 36 (1/2): 67-78
  • Guillaume Ducœur
H6 [JOURNAL-] 0092-2323
Vedic formulations in Sarasvatī-Kaṇṭhābharṇa some observations 2007 Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 88 (): 171-81
  • Radhamadhab Das
H6/KW [BHANDARKAR-]
Reparsing Pāṇini 2007 Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 88 (): 141-66
  • Paul Kiparsky
H6/KW [BHANDARKAR-]
Sphoṭa doctrine in Sanskrit semantics demystified 2007 Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 88 (): 183-97
  • Narayan R. Joshi
H6/KW [BHANDARKAR-]
Dakṣayajñavināśana: towards authentic religion 2007 Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 88 ():
  • Subhash Anand
H6/KW [BHANDARKAR-]
Svāra 'the independent circumflex' and the Kampa pronunciation in the traditional recitation of the Ṛgveda 2006 Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 87 (): 39-58
  • P. D. Navathe
H6/KW [BHANDARKAR-]
The cognates of the Vedic ī -stems 2006 Journal of Indo-European studies 34 (3-4): 401-17
  • Paul Brosman
H6 [JOURNAL-] 0092-2323
A glance at the word jatī in the Vedic literature 2005 Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 86 (): 127-30
  • Uma Chakravarti
H6/KW [BHANDARKAR-]
The decipherable ṛgveda 2004 Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 85 (): 21-31
  • Karen Thomson
H6/KW [BHANDARKAR-]
From the western Sarasvatī to the Yamunā: the progress of the Bharatas: the Dāśarājña hymn re-interpreted 2004 Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 85 (): 1-20
  • Shruti Pradhan
H6/KW [BHANDARKAR-]
The soma drinker of ancient India: an ethno-botanical retrospection 2004 Journal of human ecology 15 (1): 19-26
  • Sachidananda Padhy
  • Santosh Kumar Dash
0970-9274
The green wine of Thracians 2003 Mythology Art Folklore 8 (): 13-51
  • Ivan Marazov
H6/KE [SOFIA. New Bulgarian University MIF-] 1311-3550
Linguistic science, truth, and Indocentric hypothesis 2002 Journal of Indo-European studies 30 (3/4): 353-63
  • Martin E. Huld
0092-2323
Indo-Aryan and historical linguistics: observable change and grammmarians' insights 2002 Journal of the Asiatic Society 44 (4): 1-48
  • George Cardona
H6/KWL 'ASIATIC-' 0368-3308
How distant is early Pali from Vedic and how close is medieval Pali to Bengali 2002 Journal of the Asiatic Society 44 (3): 25-32
  • Devaprasad Guha
H6/KWL 'ASIATIC-' 0368-3308
Elamo-Arica 2002 Journal of Indo-European studies 30 (3/4): 215-41
  • Vaclav Blažek
0092-2323
''Somewhere in Asia', and no more' (response to [Indigenous Indo-Aryans and the Rigveda] by N Kazanas) 2002 Journal of Indo-European studies 30 (3/4): 341-52
  • Edwin Bryant
0092-2323
Indigenous Indo-Aryans: the preservation and total distribution principles 2002 Journal of Indo-European studies 30 (3/4): 375-87
  • J. P. Mallory
0092-2323
Comment on [Indigenous Indo-Aryans and the Rigveda] 2002 Journal of Indo-European studies 30 (3/4): 395-9
  • Asko Parpola
0092-2323
Indo-Celtic connections: ethic, magic and linguistic 2001 Journal of Indo-European studies 29 (3/4): 379-405
  • Stefan Zimmer
0092-2323
The meaning and language of the Rigveda: Rigvedic grāvan as a test case 2001 Journal of Indo-European studies 29 (3/4): 295-349
  • Karen Thomson
0092-2323
Aśoka's 256-night campaign 2000 Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (Series 3) 10 (3): 319-39
  • J. C. Right
H6/KW [ROYAL-] 1356-1863
Orpheus and Ṛbhu revisited 1999 Journal of Indo-European studies 27 (3/4): 327-33
  • Michael Estell
0092-2323
The origin of the neuter nominative-accusative singular in *-Om 1997 Journal of Indo-European studies 25 (3/4): 401-7
  • William R. Schmalstieg
H6 [JOURNAL-]
Vedic Sanskrit and modern Indian languages 1997 Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute 78 (1/4): 311-15
  • Madhavi Kolhatkar
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