The Cultural and Historical Background

  • Bahura 1976
    Gopal Narayan Bahura, Literary Heritage of the Rulers of Amber and Jaipur. With an Index to the Register of Manuscripts in the Pothikhana of Jaipur (I. Khasmohor Collection). Jaipur: Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum, City Palace, 1976.
  • Banerjee 1987
    Manabendu Banerjee, “On Some Interesting Post-colophon Statements of Sanskrit Manuscripts Preserved in the Asiatic Society Library,” in: S.K. Maity & Upendra Thakur (eds.), Indological studies: Prof. D.C. Sircar commemoration volume. New Delhi: Abhinav Publications, 1987, pp. 75-80.
  • Banerjee 1991
    Manabendu Banerjee, “On Some Copyists of Sanskrit Manuscripts,” in: Journal of the Asiatic Society 33 (1991): 1-14.
  • Bühler 1877
    Georg Bühler, Detailed Report of a Tour in Search of Sanskrit Mss. Made in Kaśmîr, Rajputana, and Central India. – Extra Number of the Journal of the Bombay Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society. Bombay: Society’s Library, and London: Trübner & Co., 1877.
  • Colas 1999
    Gérard Colas, “The Criticism and Transmission of Texts in Classical India,” in: Diogenes 47/2 (1999): 30-43.
  • Colas 2011
    Gérard Colas, “Relecture et techniques de correction dans le manuscrits indiens. L’exemple des manuscrits sanskrits philosophiques du fonds Chandra Shum Shere,” in: Christian Jacob (ed.), Lieux de Savoir. Vol. 2: Les mains de l’intellect. Paris: Albin Michel, 2011, p. 494-520.
  • Cort 1995
    John E. Cort, “The Jain Knowledge Warehouse. Traditional Libraries in India,” in: Journal of the American Oriental Society 115 (1995) 77-87.
  • Garbe 1899
    Richard Garbe, “Verzeichniss der indischen Handschriften der Königlichen Universitäts-Bibliothek: Zuwachs der Jahre 1865-1899,” in: Verzeichniss der Doktoren welche die Philosophische Fakultät der Königlich Württembergischen Eberhard-Karls-Universität in Tübingen im Dekanatsjahre 1898-1899 ernannt hat. Tübingen 1899.
  • Gough 1878
    Archibald Edward Gough (ed.), Papers Relating to the Collection and Preservation of the Records of Ancient Sanskrit Literature in India. Calcutta: Office of Superintendent of Government Printing, 1878.
  • Hoernle 1907
    A.F. Rudolf Hoernle, Studies in the Medicine of Ancient India. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1907.
  • Losty 1982
    Jeremiah Losty, The Art of the Book in India. London: The Britsh Library, 1982.
  • Maas 2011
    Philipp A. Maas, “On the Position of Classical Āyurveda in South Asian Intellectual History According to Global Ayurveda and Modern Research,” In: Horizons: Seoul Journal of Humanities 2,1 (2011): 113-126.
  • Minkowski 2010
    Christopher Minkowski, “Sanskrit Scientific Libraries and Their Uses: Examples and Problems of the Early Modern Period,” in: Florence Bretelle-Establet (ed.), Looking at It from Asia: The Processes that Shaped the Sources of History of Science. Dordercht etc.: Springer, 2010, p. 81-114.
  • Patel – Kumar 2001
    Jashu Patel and Krishan Kumar, Libraries and Librarianship in India, Westport, Conn., and London: Greenwood Press, 2001.
  • Pecchia 2009
    Cristina Pecchia, “Transmitting the Carakasaṃhitā: A history of the tradition,” in: Indian Journal of History of Science, 44 (2009): 141-161.
  • Pingree 1997
    David Edwin Pingree, From Astral Omens to Astrology. From Babylon to Bīkāner. Roma: Istituto Italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente, 1997.
  • Pollock 2001
    Sheldon Pollock, “New Intellectuals in Seventeenth-Century India,” in: Economic and Social History Review 38/1 (2001): 3-31.
  • Pollock 2002
    Sheldon Pollock, “Introduction: Working Papers on Sanskrit Knowledge-Systems on the Eve of Colonialism,” in: Journal of Indian Philosophy 30 (2002): 431-439.
  • Pollock 2007
    Sheldon Pollock, “The Language of Science in Early-Modern India,” in: Karin Preisendanz (ed.), Expanding and Merging Horizons. Contributions to South Asian and Cross-Cultural Studies in Commemoration of Wilhelm Halbfass. Wien: Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2007, pp. 203-220.
  • Sarma 2001
    K.V. Sarma, “Manuscripts Repositories in India: An Analytical Survey,” in: Grimal (ed.), Les sources et le temps. Sources and Time. A colloquium, Pondicherry 11-13 January 1997. Pondicherry: Institut français de Pondichéry, École française d’Extrême-Orient, 2001, pp. 413-417.
  • Vatsyayan 2006
    Kapila Vatsyayan, “Is the Unpublished Manuscript Heritage of India Relevant to Contemporary Academia?” in: Sudha Gopalakrishnan (ed.), Tattvabodha. Essays from the Lecture Series of the National Mission for Manuscripts. Vol. I. Delhi: National Mission for Manuscripts & Munshiram Manoharlal, 2006, pp. 48-56.