The Contribution of R.G. Bhandarkar to the Study of Sanskrit Grammar

  • S. D. Joshi
Part of the Studies of Classical India book series (STCI, volume 2)


I wish to discuss in this paper, in honour of my guru, Professor Daniel H.H. Ingalls, the contribution of R.G. Bhandarkar to the study of Sanskrit Grammar, whose 50th death-anniversary occurred in 1975. For among the varied topics of research undertaken by Professor Ingalls, Sanskrit Grammar has an important place.


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