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An Introduction to the Study of Indian Poetics

This handy volume, with its unique features, will prove invaluable to those who are going to embark on the study of Indian poetics, especially the ones who have no Sanskrit background. To a devoted student, it will prove a useful companion during his/her further studies.

Bana’s Kadambari(Purvabhaga Complete)

Edited with New Sanskrit Commentary 'Tattvaprakasika' Introduction, Notes and a literal English Translation. Bana's Kadambari is often appointed as a text book in the Indian Universities, and owing to the peculiar characteristics of its style,  the students often find it a hard task to translate the intricate passages in it, in spite of the help they receive  in the class-room from their professors.

Critical Study of The Varttikas of Katyayana

The present work mainly aims at critically studying the varttikas of katyayana with a view to ascertaining the facts regarding

Dimensions of Panini Grammar

  • A comprehensive study of the different dimensions of this wonderful grammar enlarges and alters the conceptual horizons of young minds and of all those who care to be associated with the Indian grammatical systems. This book is a record of that adventure.

Sanskrit Made Easy (Part-1)

Through ‘Natural law and Mnemonics’ for etymological, deeper and through knowledge. Two thousand five hundred years ago, time was perceived

The Abhijnanasakuntalam of Kalidasa

The Abhijnanasakuntalam is an unparalleled work of the great poet and playwright Kalidasa, the brightest star in the firmament of Indian Poetry. No other composition of this poet displays more the richness of profound knowledge of human heart than this masterly production.

The Mrichchhakatika of Sudraka

Edited with the Commentary of Prithvidhara (enlarged where necessary), Various Readings, A Literal English translation, Notes, and an exhaustive Intrduction. No apology is needed for this neew edition of the Mrichchhakatika, as there is at present no suitable edition available which satisfies the needs of the University students, who have often to study this play for their examination.

The Prosody of Pingala

A Treatise of Vedic and Sanskrit Metrics with applications of Vedic Mathematics.  Largely based on Halayudha Bhatta's Commentary with rationale in terms of modern mathematics of pratyayas.

Venisamhara of Bhatta Narayana

Venisamhara of Bhatta Narayana with The commentary of Jagaddhara. Curtailed or Enlarged as necessary, various readings, a literal English Translation, critical and explanatory notes in English. Edited by M.R. Kale


Amarakosa (Namalinganusasana) of Amarasimha. Edited with notes and the 'Maniprabha' Hindi commentary  by Pt. Haragovinda Sastri.


Nalacampu or Damayanti Katha of Trivikrama Bhatta with 'Sudha' Sanskrit & Hindi Commentaries by Shri Pt. Parmeshwardin Pandey. Edited by Shri Rajendra Prasad Kothyari.