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CONTENTS.


INTRODUCTION. xv

Sketch of the past and present condition of India xvi

Religion of the Hindus. xxvi

Languages of India. xxvii xxx

Christianity compared with Brahmanism, Buddhism, and Islam xxxv

Modern Religious Sects of the Hindus. xlvii

LECTURE I. The Hymns of the Veda. 1

Hymn to Varuna, the Investing Sky 16

Indra, god of the atmosphere. 17

Agni, god of fire 18

Surya, the Sun. 19

Ushas, < Dawn 20

Yama, god of death 21

Hymn descriptive of Creation 22

The Purusha-sukta or hymn to the Embodied Spirit 24

Hymn to Time 25

Hymn to Night 26

LECTURE II. The Brahmana Portion of the Veda 27

The Upanishad Portion of the Veda 35

LECTURE III. The Systems of Philosophy 48

Buddhism. 53

Common Philosophical Creed. 61

LECTURE IV. The Nyaya System of Philosophy 71

The Vaiseshika branch of it ; 76

LECTURE V. The San-khya System of Philosophy. 89

The Yoga branch of it 102

LECTURE VI. The Mimansa System of Philosophy 108

The Vedanta System of Philosophy 111

Atma-bodha, knowledge of soul 120

LECTURE VII. Irregular Systems and Eclectic School 127

Jainism 128

The Carvakas 132

The Bhagavad-glta, song of Krishna 136

LECTURE VIII. Smriti. The Vedan-gas 155

Kalpa-sutra, ceremonial directory 157

Siksha, phonetic directory160

Chandas, metre 163

Nirukta, exposition 166 Vyakarana, grammar 171

Jyotisha, astronomy. 180

LECTURE IX. Smarta-sutra. Grihya, domestic rules 195

Asvalayana s Griliya-sutra 197

Smarta-sutra. Samayacarika, conventional rules 210

The Dharma-sastras or Law-books. Maim 211

LECTURE X. The Law-books. Manu continued 221

Religious teaching of Manu 222

Philosophy of Manu 226

Acara, social practices of Manu 231

Vyavahara, rules of government and judicature 261

Manu s eighteen heads of law 266

Manu s civil law. 267

Manu s criminal code 273

Manu s Prayas-citta, rules of expiation 278

Manu s Karma-phala, acts-recompenses 279

LECTURE XI. Metrical Version of some of Manu s Moral and Religious Precepts.

Code of Yajiiavalkya 294

Other codes of law. 304

The five schools of Hindu law 305

LECTURE XII. The Epic Poems 309

Doctrine of incarnation 321

The Raniayana 337

LECTURE XIII. The Maha-bharata 371

LECTURE XIV. The Epic Poems compared together and with

Homer 415

Religious and Moral Sentiments from the Epics 440

LECTURE XV. The Artificial Poems 449

Extract from the Raghu-vansa 455

Moral Sentiments from the Kiratarjuniya 457

Moral Sentiments from Magha s Poem 461

The Dramas 462

ThePuranas 489

The Tantras 501

The Niti-sastras505

Precepts and Sentiments from Bhartri-hari 512

Fables and Apologues. The Panca-tantra 513

The Hitopadesa or friendly advice 516

INDEX 519

The Lido-Romanic Alphabet with the equivalent Sanskrit Letters

and Rules for Pronunciation 542