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Hymns of the ṛgveda

  1. ṛgveda I.1 A prayer to Agni        5
  2. ṛgveda II, 12 A hymn on Indra        6
  3. ṛgveda V, 83 The god of rain           7
  4. ṛgveda VI, 55 To pūṣan 8
  5. ṛgveda VI, 71 A hymn on savitar      9
  6. ṛgveda VII, 103 A formula bring about rain    10
  7. ṛgveda IX, 112 Various human wishes           11
  8. ṛgveda X, 10 The twins yama and yamī      11
  9. ṛgveda X, 85, 42-47 Nuptial sayings           13
  10. ṛgveda X, 95 purūravas and ūrvaśī  13
  11. ṛgveda X, 117 praise of liberality       15
  12. ṛgveda X, 125 To the goddess of speech      16
  13. ṛgveda X, 127 Night   17
  14. ṛgveda X, 129 The origin of the world          18
  15. ṛgveda X, 168 The god of wind        18
  16. ṛgveda X, 173 For the strengthening of kingly power          19

Hymns of the atharvaveda

  1. atharvaveda II, 28 Against leprosy          20
  2. atharvaveda III, 30 A wish for a long life 20
  3. atharvaveda V, 19, 6-15 Blessing of a stable    21
  4. atharvaveda VI, 64 Be concordant            21
  5. atharvaveda VI, 86 Against the despoiler of priestly property     22
  6. atharvaveda VI, 126 A desire for concord  23
  7. atharvaveda VI, 130 The celebration of a king       23
  8. atharvaveda VI, 131 A wish for Victory     24
  9. atharvaveda VI, 142 Two magic spells of love       24
  10. atharvaveda VII, 12 A prayer for good crops         25
  11. atharvaveda XII, 1, 44-54 A prayer for eloquence          25
  12. A hymn to mother Earth ?? 26

 The brāhmaṇas and the upaniṣads

  1. aitareya brāhmaṇa 8, 7 Coronation ceremonies          27
  2. jaiminīya brāhmaṇa I, 22-25 A learned dispute       28
  3. jaiminīya brāhmaṇa I, 167 Why there is summer and winter       31
  4. maitrāyaṇī saṃhitā I, 5, 12 Two legends   32
  5. maitrāyaṇī saṃhitā I, 10, 13 The dispute between Speech and Mind        32
  6. śatapatha brāhmaṇa I, 4, 5, 8-12 The creation of the world      33
  7. gopatha brāhmaṇa I, 1, 1-2 A ceremony for purification  34
  8. kauṣītakī upaniṣad II, 7 The transition of one into the other   34
  9. kauṣītakī upaniṣad II, 12-13 A dog allegory           35
  10. chāndogya upaniṣad I, 12 puruṣa in the eye        36
  11. chāndogya upaniṣad IV, 15 The teaching of uddālaka      37
  12. chāndogya upaniṣad VI, 1-6 The constituents of man 40
  13. taittirīya upaniṣad (bhṛguvallī) 1-6 The doctrine about the reward for deeds      42
  14. bṛhadāraṇyaka upaniṣad II, 2, 13 Moral precepts            42
  15. bṛhadāraṇyaka upaniṣad V, 2 The dispute of the senses       43
  16. bṛhadāraṇyaka upaniṣad VI, I, 7-13 What is brahma 44
  17. kena upaniṣad I, 4-8 ??

 The mahābhārata

  1. mahābhārata (crit. ed.) I, 151, 1-24 Arjuna kills a giant     45
  2. mahābhārata (crit. ed.) I, 160-163 The tale told by a Gandharva            47
  3. mahābhārata (crit. ed.) IV, 13, 1-21 An unsuitable courtship         58
  4. mahābhārata (crit. ed.) V, 62, 6-18 Exhortation to concord          60
  5. mahābhārata (M. ed.) XII, 34, 1-37 The appearing of cārvāka       62
  6. mahābhārata (M. ed.) XII, 61, 1-39 Manu as the first king            66
  7. mahābhārata (M. ed.) XIII, 2, 56-106 The tale of Oghavatī  70
  8. bhagavadgītā II, 31-38 A specimen from Bhagavadgītā        76

The rāmāyaṇa (ed. Bombay)

  1. rāmāyaṇa I, 5, 5-23 The description of the city Ayodhyā 77
  2. rāmāyaṇa I, 63, 22-26 : 64, 1-20 Viśvāmitra repents     78
  3. rāmāyaṇa I, 67, 1-27 Rāma stretches the bow         81
  4. rāmāyaṇa II, 18, 1-41 Rāma is banished 84
  5. rāmāyaṇa V, 1, 1-80 Hanumant flies across the sea            88
  6. rāmāyaṇa VI, 60, 4-8, 12-80 The giant kumbhakarṇa          95
  7. rāmāyaṇa VII, 75, 13-19 : 76, 1-7 Rāma kills a penitent  102
  8. rāmāyaṇa VII, 111, 1-7 The celebration of the poem  104

 The pañcatantra

  1. tantrākhyāyikā IV, 1 The onion thief           105
  2. pañcatantra (t. simplicior) V, 13 Inquire all the time 105
  3. pañcatantra (t. ornatior) I, 29 Good produces good 106
  4. pañcatantra (t. ornatior) II, 1 Bird with two necks 107
  5. pañcatantra (t. ornatior) III, 5 The serpent and the ants        107
  6. pañcatantra (t. ornatior) III, 14 It is necessary first to make sure        108
  7. pañcatantra (ed. Hertel 1906) I, 5 Good advice   109
  8. pañcatantra (ed. Hertel 1906) I, 6 The lion and the hare  109
  9. pañcatantra (ed. Hertel 1906) I, 12 A woman with two lovers     110
  10. pañcatantra (ed. Hertel 1906) I, 14 Two friends    111
  11. hitopadeśa II, 4 Ghostly ringing          113
  12. hitopadeśa IV, 3 Caught            114
  13. hitopadeśa IV, 9 He believed others more than himself           114

From the other narrative Literature

  1. vetālapañcaviṃśati II The girl who was brought to life 115
  2. śukasaptati (t. simplicior) XV The ordeal       116
  3. śukasaptati (t. simplicior) XL The won wager           118
  4. siṃhāsana-dvātriṃśikā V A trustworthy servant            119
  5. bharaṭaka-dvātriṃśikā 6-7 Two events of plaited monks 121
  6. bhoja-prabandha 174 The test of a poet 122
  7. kathāsarit-sāgara 61, 62 The Indian anecdotes 123
  8. kathāsarit-sāgara 66, 110-133 A rogue as minister    127
  9. jinakīrti- pālagopāla-kathānaka V, 174-182 The adventures of pāla           130

kāvya – poetry

  1. bhāsa- abhiṣeka-nāṭaka, aṅka 6 An epical scene from a drama           131
  2. sūdraka- mṛcchakaṭika, aṅka 1 The introduction to a drama  133
  3. kālidāsa – raghuvaṃśa I, 13-30 An exemplary king     134
  4. kālidāsa- meghadūta 1-4 The message of a cloud          136
  5. amaru-śataka (random selections) Love poetry    136
  6. bhartṛhari- śṛṅgāra-śataka (random selections) Voices of renunciation           137
  7. jayadeva- gītagovinda- prab. 9 A mission to Kṛṣna     138
  8. kalhaṇa- rājataraṅgiṇī II, 17-29 The description of a famine   139
  9. daṇḍin- daśakumāracarita (?) The story of a prince  140
  10. bāṇa- harṣacarita 6 Examples of incautiousness   142

Buddhist texts

  1. aśvaghoṣa, buddhacarita XIII, 2-18 Buddha tempted by Māra      144
  2. dharma-samuccaya I, 11-19 A collection of sayings          146
  3. divyāvadāna XXVII Kunāla’s eyes 147
  4. āryasūtra- jātakamālā 12 The teacher tests his pupils    148
  5. kṣemendra- avadānakalpalatā 85, 6-14 A good king   152

The Law books – philosophy etc.

  1. Gautama-dharmasūtra – haradatta XII, 1-5 The punishment of sūdras      153
  2. gobhila-gṛhyasūtra II, 8 The name of a newly born child        155
  3. mānava-dharmaśāstra IX, 1-30 A chapter on women  155
  4. śukranīti, IV, 5, 43-50 Ancient customs         158
  5. kauṭilīya- arthaśāstra 65 A chapter on slaves    159
  6. bṛhaddevatā III, 142-150 Vedic legends 161
  7. garuḍa-purāṇa 115 A chapter on proverbs            162
  8. haribhadra- ṣaḍdarśana-samuccaya : lokāyatamata The doctrine of bṛhaspati       170
  9. sāyaṇa-mādhava- sarvadarśana-saṃgraha- cārvāka-darśana Indian materialism 173