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Publisher:Chaukhambha Sanskrit Sansthan
Published In:2009
Binding Type:Hardback
Weight:0.79 lbs
Pages:pp. x + 90, Table, 3 Appendices, Biblio.

The Title "Elements of Research Methodology in Sanskrit 2nd Edition" is written by Keshab Chandra Dash. This book was published in the year 2009. The book displayed here is a 2nd Edition edition. This book has total of pp. x + 90 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Chaukhambha Sanskrit Sansthan. We have about 640 other great books from this publisher. Elements of Research Methodology in Sanskrit 2nd Edition is currently Available with us.

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About the Book

Modern researches donot mean to discard the past. But it reshapes the authority of the past. It builds up a system afresh. It provides Insight to create novelty out of the debris of antiquity.

No research is an end itself. Not even a theory is absolute. Because a piece of research realizes the limitation of human intellect. The methodological strategy, however, recognises a claim of discovering and rediscovering the truth and utilizing the same wherever possible.

Research in method of Sanskrit teaching and research is more important than the teaching and research of Sanskrit to-day. To such a cause, this Book is just the first work. Although it is written to provide some lights on the Methodology of Sanskrit-researches it also contains facts of common interest. This presents a panoramic view of entire framework of research methodology.

The present shape of this book is an outcome of author's experience as a guide of M. Phil and Ph.D. scholars who have a limited background of research methodology.

About the Author

Born in 1955, Dr. Keshab Chandra Dash, has established a tradition of excellence by winning several medals and prizes in different levels throughout his career both as an outstanding scholar and a distinguished creative wider in Sanskrit. He has organised and attended a number of seminars and contributed to the : Journals of nationals and Internationals repute.

Dr. Dash Commands expertise in the areas of Indian Logic, Panini Grammar, Computational Linguistics. Indian Philosophy and Modern Sanskrit Literature. His excellence lies in the contributation to the fields of artificial Intelligence of Computer Application relating to Sanskrit, Stylistic innovation in modern Sanskrit literature and Methodology of Research in Sanskrit, A noted thinker in Sanskrit Dr. Dash has 30 books and several articles to his credit.



1. Linguistic contribution of Sanskrit
2. Link Language Problem
3. Indian Literature
4. Common Inheritance
5. Sanskrit and Asian Studies

6. Modern Sanskrit Literature :
i. Modern Sanskrit Novel
ii. Modern Sanskrit Drama
iii. Modern Sanskrit Poetry :
a. The Background
b. Who are the Poets ?
c. The Publication
d. Journals and Magazines
e. Readers

7. Sanskrit Magazines :
i. Thematic Approach
ii. Didactic Approach
iii. Go-ordinative Approach
iv. Stylistic Approach
v. Link for Missing-Link Approach

8. Modern Sanskrit Style
9. Sanskrit and Computer
10. Conclusion

1. Introduction
2. What is Research?
3. The Characteristics of Research
4. Aim of Research
5. Scope of Research
6. The Problem and the Field
7. Bibliographical Source

8. Types of Research :
i. Analytical
ii. Comparative
iii. Critical
iv. Editing
v. Experimental
vi. Historical
vii. Interdisciplinary
viii. Multidisciplinary
ix. Objective
x. Survey

9. Qualifications for Research in Sanskrit :
i. Specialisation and Proficiency
ii. Command over the Language

10. Selection of a Topic
11. The Synopsis :
i. Kinds of Synopses
ii. The Frame work of a Synopsis

1. Ancient Devices :
i. Atikrant Aveksana
ii. Atidesa
iii. Adhikarana
iv. Anagataveksana
v. Anumata
vi. Apadesa
vii. Apavarga
viii. Arthapatti
ix. Uttarapaksa
x. Uddesa
xi. Uddhara
xii. Upadesa
xiii. Upamana
xiv. Uhya
xv. Ekanta
xvi. Drstanta
xvii. Nidarsana
xviii. Niyoga
xix. Nirnaya
xx. Nirdesa
xxi. Nirvacana
xxii. Naikanta
xxiii. Padartha
xxiv. Purvapaksa
xxv. Pratyutsara
xxvi. Pradesa
xxvii. Prayojana
xxviii. Prasanga
xxix. Yoga
xxx. Uakyasesa
xxxi. Uikalpa
xxxii. Vidhana
xxxiii. Uiparyaya
xxxiv. Uyakhyana
xxxv. Samsaya
xxxvi. Samuccaya
xxxvii. Sambhava
xxxviii. Svasamjna
xxxix. Hetvartha

2. Modern Methods :
i. Applied
ii. Assessment
iii. Case Study
iv. Descriptive
v. Formulative
vi Projective

3. Frame work of Survey
4. Research Design

1. Organisation
2. Logic of Footnotes
3. Primary Footnotes
4. Footnote Numbers
5. Model Footnotes

6. Articles in Periodicals :
i. Model Footnotes for Articles

7. Parenthetical Documentation
8. Secondary Footnotes
9. Common Abbreviations
10. Transliteration
11. Cross-reference

1. Introduction
2. Nature of Manuscript
3. Collection and Preservation :
i. Procedure of Preservation :
a. Microfilming

4. Descriptive Catalogue :
i. Procedure of Description

5. Critical Edition :
i. Critical Apparatus
ii. The Editor

iii. Method of Editing :
a. Collation and Corruption :
(i). Haphazardness and Efforts to Eliminate it
(ii). Lapses
(iii). Compilation

iv. Recording the Observation :
a. Source
b. Nature
c. Selection
d. Method
e. The Text
f. The Author
g. Conclusion
h. Appendix

1. General Structure of the Thesis :
i. Preliminary structure :
a. Title Page
b. Acknowledgement Page
c. Preface
d. Table of Contents

ii. Central Structure :
a. Introduction
b. Main Body and Chapters
c. Conclusion

iii. Reference Structure
a. General Notes
b. Bibliography
c. Appendix
d. Glossary
e. Index

iv. Illustrations :
a. Tables
b. Figures

v. Quotations :

2. Mechanism of Typing
3. Language and Style

1. Approach
2. Transposition and Naturalness
3. Procedure
4. Final Step