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0000 0001 0890 0255
Name: 
Monier Monier-Williams
Monier-Williams, ..
Monier-Williams, M.
Monier-Williams, M. (Sir)
Monier-Williams, Monier
Monier-Williams, Monier (Sir)
Williams, M.
Williams, M. M
Williams, M. Monier-
Williams, Monier
Williams, Monier Monier-
Williams, Monier Monier- (Sir)
Wilyams, Mūnīr
ウィルヤムス, エム エム
ウィルリヤム
Dates: 
1819-1899
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Cappeller, Carl (1842-1925)
Gough, Archibald Edward (1845-)
Jones, William (1746-1794)
Kālidāsa
Kobayashi, Tomi
Leumann, Ernst (1859-1931)
Milman, Henry Hart (1791-1868))
Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
Vajiravudh, King of Thailand (1881-1925. [from old catalog])
栗原, 重冬
Titles: 
Abhijñāna-Śākuntala
Bag-o-bahar the Hindustani text of Mir Amman
Bot lakhōn rōng rūʼang Sakuntalā.
Brāhmanism and Hinduism, or religious thought and life in India as based on the Veda and other sacred books of the Hindus
Buddhism in its connexion with Brāhmanism and Hinduism and in its contrast with Christianity
Catalogue of the library of Sir M. Monier-Williams ...
easy introduction to the study of Hindústání, in which the English alphabet is adapted to the expression of Hindústání words, with a full syntax, An
elementary grammar of the sanskrit language, An : with a selection from the Institutes of Manu, and an english translation
Fundamentals of Hinduism
Herubī beramē no hanashi
Hinduism and its sources : Vedic literature-tradition and social and religious laws
Hinduism : with Map
Hindustani Primer containing a first grammar and vocabulary together with useful phrases and short stories
Holy bible and the sacred books of the east. four addresses. to which is added a fifth address on zenāna missions
Indian epic poetry : being the substance of lectures recently given at Oxford, with a full analysis of the Râmâyana and the leading story of the Mahâ-Bhârata
Indian wisdom or examples of the religious, philosophical and ethical doctrines of the Hindus, with a brief history of the chief departments of Sanskrit literature and some account of the past and present condition of India, moral and intellectual
Mahābhārata.
Memorials of old Haileybury College
Modern India and the Indians : being a series of impressions, notes, and essays
Nalopákhyánam.
Non-christian religious systems. Hinduism.
Original papers illustrating the history of the application of the Roman alphabet to the languages of India
Parsis, The
place which the Ṛig-veda occupies in the sandhyâ, and other daily religious services of the Hindus, The
practical grammar of the Sanscrit language arranged with reference *. -, A
Rediscovering India, indian philosophy library.
Religious thought and life in India
Rudiments of Hindustani grammar for the use of Cheltenham college.
Sakoontala;
Śakuntalā : a Sanskrit drama in 7 acts
Sakuntalā [from old catalog]
Sakuntalā : Matthanaphāthā : Thāo Sǣnpom læ Bō̧ Kœ̄t hǣng Rāmmakīan.
sanskrit-english dictionary, A
Sanskrit-English dictionary : etymologically and philologically arranged with special reference to cognate Indo-European languages
Sanskrit manual;
Story of Nala
study of Sanskrit in relation to missionary work in India, The : an inaugural lecture delivered before the University of Oxford, on April 19, 1861
translation of [[shikshapatri]]
Two addresses delivered before the international Congress of Orientalists at Berlin on September 14, 1881.
Vikramorvaśī.
Zilla of Baroche
ヘルビー・ベラメーの話
散斯克小文典
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