London: Luzac & Co. Published for the Oriental Studies Foundation, 1961. First edition. Hardcover. Octavo, orange cloth; l, 203 pp. Owner name to front free endpaper, else fine in near fine jacket with slight soiling to white rear jacket panel. English-language translation from the Sanskrit original the first third of...
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Chicago & London: Open Court Publishing Co., 1917. Early reprint. Hardbound. Original dark blue cloth with gilt title and cover ornaments, octavo (7 x 5 inches), xx, , 311 pp., illustrated. Lovely copy of this classic retelling of the story of Buddha. Originally published in 1894.
Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, (1977). Second revised edition. Hardcover. octavo, red cloth with gilt spine; (xxiv), 493 pp.
n.p. n.p., 1893. Hardcover. 57 pp. Small octavo, original pale green cloth with title and cover ornaments in black and gilt. Brief gift inscription to blank leaf preceding title, but quite clean and unworn. An apparantly self-published collection of 346 Japanese proverbs. Copyrighted by D. S. Richardson. Scarce - OCLC...
Shanghai: Shanghai Modern Printing House, 1935. Second edition. Hardcover. Original black moired cloth with gilt title and decoration, octavo (6 x 9 inches), xi, 381 pp. 27 full-page plates (mostly from photographs), several illustrations in the text. Light wear to top of spine, else fine in moderately chipped pictorial dustjacket...
Tiruvannamalai: T. N. Venkataraman, (1973). Early reprint. Hardcover. 2 volumes in 1; octavo, brown cloth and yellow boards, xi, , 474 pp., frontispiece photo portrait of Ramana Maharshi. Anecdotes, stories, parables and teachings of Advaita Vedanta philosopher Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi. The "letters" were recorded by his devotees at the ashram Sri Ramanasramam.
Calcutta: Udbodhan Office, (1956). Second edition. Paperback. , 20 pp. Frontispiece portrait of the author; original printed wrappers, 7 x 4.75 inches. Swami Saradananda (Sarat Chandra Chakravarty, 1865-1927) was one of the direct disciples of Ramakrishna. The text of his lecture was originally published in 1928.
Ramachandrapuram: Anbu Nilayam, 1942. First edition. Hardcover. xvi, , 145 pp.; small octavo, blue cloth spine and decorative paper boards. Scarce original edition of this work by Indian philosopher, poet and teacher Kavi Yogi Maharishi Dr. Shuddhananda Bharati (1897-1990).
San Francisco: Buddhist Text Translation Society, 1974. First edition. Hardcover. xx, 451 pp., frontispiece; octavo, original blue cloth with gilt titles. Apparently no subsequent volumes were published as they are not found on OCLC/Worldcat.