We also express our gratitude towards Alaister Gornall, University of Cambridge for his suggestions to improve our English. In , E. His main aim was a comparative study of the rites in these texts and to present a working translation of these passages. Both scholars did a praiseworthy job since they based their editions on a single Chambers manuscript without the help of ancillary texts. Diwekar, V. Limaye, R.
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We also express our gratitude towards Alaister Gornall, University of Cambridge for his suggestions to improve our English. In , E. His main aim was a comparative study of the rites in these texts and to present a working translation of these passages.
Both scholars did a praiseworthy job since they based their editions on a single Chambers manuscript without the help of ancillary texts. Diwekar, V. Limaye, R. Dandekar, C. Kashikar, and V. Later on, in , S. His edition was based on nine manuscripts, seven of which were not used by Bloomfield.
Bahulkar offers some emendations to the text edited by Bloomfield. Sumant has presented a revised translation of nuptials in her doctoral dissertation.
There has been a long-felt need for a complete translation of this important text. The New Project of Edition and Translation The current project of preparing a new edition and translation, supported by the Centre for Euroasiatic and Afroasiatic Studies Bucharest is undertaken under the guidance of S.
We are in the process of acquiring the rest of the manuscripts known from the New Catalogus Catalogorum and from private collections in Gujarat. The most reliable ones out of all the available manuscripts will be selected and grouped. A positive apparatus will appear in the critical notes. A list of manuscripts where the adopted reading appears will be noted in the beginning, followed by variants in other manuscripts. Some Important Features of the New Edition 1. However, in the case of mantras found in the PS, the reference to the PS will be given first, following the references to other texts.
Bloomfield and W. Bloomfield and Bahulkar This reading was rejected by the editor probably because the first compound is corrupt. Medhatithi on Manu V. At this moment, we do not know much about this sacrifice. We have followed some of the emendations proposed by the editors and tried to emend it in some places and translate.
We have taken recourse to Professor Bahulkar for the translation of the whole passage. Bloomfield and editors. The answer is: because the sacrifice has the purpose of the pacification of evil. Caland and editors. The sprinkling with the pacifying water [is done] at the spot for placing the pitcher.
The pouring of water [is done] in the house. The hawk [as] the deity of the sacrifice [is known] from [its] indication in the mantras. Thus being the performance of this hymn, the sacrifice [is to be performed] with [the invocation to] the hawk.
Here, the first member of the compound is connected with the third and the second, with the fourth. This explanation has been communicated by S. Bahulkar, January , Delhi. On that spot the pacification of obstacles takes place. On that place where [the sacrificer] shall build the house, there itself, cf. Having consecrated the water jar with two stanzas of the hymn 7. On that spot where one builds a house he should pacify the obstacle. He does that.
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