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Jatarupa's commentary on the Amarakosa, 2 vols., for the first time critically ed. together with an introd., appendicesand indices, 2 vols., by Mahes Raj Pant (Set)
2000, Hardcover

jatarupa\'s commentary is the oldest extant commentary on the amarakosa. it is an important piece of indian lexicographical literature because it is the oldest available commentarial literature on classical lexicography in general.
Amarakosa, with the comm. of Mahesvara, enlarged by Raghunath Shastri Talekar from Chintamani Shastri Thatte's edition of 1882 by Vamanacharya Jhalakikar, under the ....
2004, Hardcover

..superintendance of ramakrishna gopal bhandarkar, rev., enl. and improved ed.
Amarakosasya vatayanat: namalinganusasanam
Dubalis, Rama
2003, Hardcover
Amarakosa Sangrahah, ed. by M.D. Balasubrahmanya
Hardcover
Amarakosa, with South Indian comm., ed. by A.A. Ramanathan, 3 vols (Set)
2000, Hardcover

vol.1: 1971, 722p., vol.2: 1995,789p.(reprint edition) vol.3: word index with english meaning, 2000, 462p., isbn: 8185141312
Namalinganusasana or Amarakosa of Amarasimha, with Krsnamitra's commentary in Sanskrit, Vaikunthi comm. in Hindi and annotation of words in English, by Satyadeva Misra, 2nd edition
2005, Hardcover
Amarakosasangrahah, by Amar Singh
2002, Hardcover

the present book is an abridged version containing important words and their synonyms that are used often.
Amarakosa, with the comm. of Mahesvara, ed. by VamanacharyaJhalakikar
2002, Hardcover
Amarakosa, Vol.2, with the unpublished South Indian comms.,Amarapadavivrti of Lingayasuri, Amarapada-parijata of...
1978, Hardcover

mallinatha and the amarapadavivarana of appayarya, critically ed. with introd. by a.a. ramanathan.
Subhuticandra's Kavikamadhenu on Amarakosa 1.1.1-1.4.8: together with Si tu Pan chen's Tibetan translation, edited and introduced by Lata Mahesh Deokar
2014, Hardcover

the kavikamadhenu (composed between 1050 and 1120) is the longest and perhaps most important commentary on the amarakosa. it quotes from almost 200 authorities and sources. so far less than 20 per cent of the sanskrit text is accessible, although much more is extant in tibet. the above-mentioned work is based on a precious codex unicus from tibet. a sequel, based on a fragmenta ...
Namalinganusasana alias Amarakosa of Amarasimha, with the commentary Vyakhyasudha or Ramasrami of Bhanuji Diksita, ed. with notes by Pandit Sivadatta Dadhimatha, rev. by...
2013, Hardcover

...pt. vasudeva laksmana panasikara.
Amarakosa, with the unpublished South Indian commentaries, Amarapadavivrti of Lingayasurin and the Amarapadaparijata ofMallinatha, critically ed. and intro. by A.A. Ramanathan,.. (Set)
2013, Hardcover

3 vols., 2nd edn. vol.1: isbn: 9788185141695 vol.2: isbn: 9788185141701 vol.3: isbn: 8185141312
Amarakosa (Namalinganusasana) of Amarasimha with the Ramasrami (Vyakhyasudha) commentary of Bhanuji Diksita (Ramasrama), ed. with Maniprabha Hindi comm. by Haragovinda Sastri
1997, Hardcover
Subhuticandra's Kavikamadhenu on Amarakosa 1.4.8cd-2.2.5ab: together with Si tu Pan chen's Tibetan translation, editedand introduced by Lata Mahesh Deokar
2018, Hardcover

this volume deals with subhuticandra\'s commentary of amarkosa 1.4.8cd-2.2.5ab. the critically edited sanskrit text is followed by indexes to words commented upon by subhuticandra (sanskrit and tibetan). it is followed by an index of the authorities and citations quoted in this volume.