A Sanskrit Reader: with Vocabulary and Notes. By Charles Rockwell Lanman, Professor of Sanskrit in Harvard College. Parts I and II. (Text and Vocabulary), 1884. Part III. (Notes), 1888. Boston, Ginn & Co
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