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N poetics while the Jain community conferred the title JAINA DARSANA DIVAKAR Sun of the Jain doctrine upon him Even after his retirement Jacobi remained active lecturing and writing till his death in Table Of Contains Uttardhyayana StrakritngaJaina Sutras Part IIby Hermann JacobiPart Two of the Hermann Jacobi translation of the Jaina SutrasAs is the practice at this site the typography of the original has been preserved as far as possible This means that italics are used to indicate distinctions between consonants in transliterated Sanskrit and Prakrit The system used is documented on the charts attached to the Sacred books of the East page Most notably in this system 'j' roughly the initial sound of the English word 'jam' is written italic g hence the spelling Gain throughout which is pronounced 'Jain' This book is normally cited as 'Jaina Sutras' in modern publications and bibliographiesAbout the AuthorHermann Georg Jacobi February October was an eminent German IndologistJacobi was born in Koln on February After leaving school he went to Berlin where initially he studied mathematics but later probably under the influence of Albrecht Weber switched to Sanskrit and comparative linguistics He however obtained his Doctorate from Bonn The subject of his thesis written in was the origin of the term hora in Indian astrologyJacobi was able to visit London in where he examined the Indian manuscripts available there The next year with Georg Buehler he visited Rajasthan India where manuscripts were being collected At Jaisalmer Library he came across Jain Manuscripts which were of abiding interest to him for the rest of his life He later edited and translated many of them both into German and English including those for Max Mueller's Sacred books of the EastApart from Jaina studies Jacobi was interested in Indian mathematics astrology and the Natural Sciences and using astronomical information available in the Vedas he tried to establish the date of their composition Like Alexander Cunningham before him he tried to systematise how from the evidence available in inscriptions a true local time could be arrived atIn his later life Jacobi interested himself in Poetry Epics and Philosophy particularly the school of Nyaya Vaisheshika As far as his formal academic career was concerned Jacobi ualified as a Professor in becoming associate professor at the University of Mnster in and a full professor at Kiel in He finally moved to his home town of Koln in where he served as a professor until his retirement in Among the honours he received were a doctorate from the University of Calcutta where he had gone in the winter of to lecture on poetics while the Jain community conferred the title JAINA DARSANA DIVAKAR Sun of the Jain doctrine upon him Even after.

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jaina epub sutras pdf part ebok Jaina Sutras free Jaina Sutras Part II eBookN poetics while the Jain community conferred the title JAINA DARSANA DIVAKAR Sun of the Jain doctrine upon him Even after his retirement Jacobi remained active lecturing and writing till his death in Table Of Contains Uttardhyayana StrakritngaJaina Sutras Part IIby Hermann JacobiPart Two of the Hermann Jacobi translation of the Jaina SutrasAs is the practice at this site the typography of the original has been preserved as far as possible This means that italics are used to indicate distinctions between consonants in transliterated Sanskrit and Prakrit The system used is documented on the charts attached to the Sacred books of the East page Most notably in this system 'j' roughly the initial sound of the English word 'jam' is written italic g hence the spelling Gain throughout which is pronounced 'Jain' This book is normally cited as 'Jaina Sutras' in modern publications and bibliographiesAbout the AuthorHermann Georg Jacobi February October was an eminent German IndologistJacobi was born in Koln on February After leaving school he went to Berlin where initially he studied mathematics but later probably under the influence of Albrecht Weber switched to Sanskrit and comparative linguistics He however obtained his Doctorate from Bonn The subject of his thesis written in was the origin of the term hora in Indian astrologyJacobi was able to visit London in where he examined the Indian manuscripts available there The next year with Georg Buehler he visited Rajasthan India where manuscripts were being collected At Jaisalmer Library he came across Jain Manuscripts which were of abiding interest to him for the rest of his life He later edited and translated many of them both into German and English including those for Max Mueller's Sacred books of the EastApart from Jaina studies Jacobi was interested in Indian mathematics astrology and the Natural Sciences and using astronomical information available in the Vedas he tried to establish the date of their composition Like Alexander Cunningham before him he tried to systematise how from the evidence available in inscriptions a true local time could be arrived atIn his later life Jacobi interested himself in Poetry Epics and Philosophy particularly the school of Nyaya Vaisheshika As far as his formal academic career was concerned Jacobi ualified as a Professor in becoming associate professor at the University of Mnster in and a full professor at Kiel in He finally moved to his home town of Koln in where he served as a professor until his retirement in Among the honours he received were a doctorate from the University of Calcutta where he had gone in the winter of to lecture on poetics while the Jain community conferred the title JAINA DARSANA DIVAKAR Sun of the Jain doctrine upon him Even after.

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