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THE

HARVARD ORIENTAL SERIES

HARVARD

ORIENTAL SERIES


EDITED

WITH THE COÖPERATION OF VARIOUS SCHOLARS

BY

CHARLES ROCKWELL LANMAN

Wales Professor of Sanskrit in Harvard University


Vol. VIII


CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS

PUBLISHED BY HARVARD UNIVERSITY

1905

ATHARVA-VEDA SAṀHITĀ


Translated

With a Critical and Exegetical Commentary

by

WILLIAM DWIGHT WHITNEY

Late Professor of Sanskrit in Yale University, Knight of the Royal Prussian Order Pour le
Mérite, Corresponding Member of the Imperial Russian Academy of Sciences, of the
Institute of France, and of the Royal Prussian Academy of Sciences, Foreign
Member of the Royal Academy dei Lincei of Rome, Honorary Member
of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, of the Royal Asiatic Society of
Great Britain and Ireland, and of the German Oriental
Society, etc., Editor-in-Chief of The Century
Dictionary, an Encyclopedic Lexi-
con of the English Language


REVISED AND BROUGHT NEARER TO COMPLETION AND EDITED

BY

CHARLES ROCKWELL LANMAN


SECOND HALF

Books VIII to XIX. Indexes

Pages 471-1046


CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS

PUBLISHED BY HARVARD UNIVERSITY

1905

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Copyright, 1904

By Harvard University

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Codex Cashmiriensis, Fol. 187a.