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The South Indian manuscripts were collected while Van Manen was stationed in Calcutta through a contact .

The South Indian manuscripts were collected while Van Manen was stationed in Calcutta through a contact established during his stay in Madras. In 1929, two crates with 380 manuscript bundles, despatched from India, arrived at the Kern Institute, Leiden University. The List of South Indian palm leaf manuscripts published by Hanna t Hart (Leiden: 1992) gives the titles of the manuscripts in the bundles on the basis of the original lists and making use of V. Raghavans additional notes. A project for the preparation and compilation of a scientific catalogue of the ca.

All those manuscripts are of South Indian origin and date from the late nineteenth century to the early twentieth century. The collection of nearly 190 Lepcha manuscripts from Sikkim is also part of the Van Manen bequest

All those manuscripts are of South Indian origin and date from the late nineteenth century to the early twentieth century. They are written in various scripts and styles covering a wide range of subjects. Later, the collection was supplemented by some 40 other manuscripts from the Van Manen bequest. The collection of nearly 190 Lepcha manuscripts from Sikkim is also part of the Van Manen bequest.

Saraju Rath of The International Institute for Asian Studies, Leiden Read 19. .A Note on the Taittirîya Manuscripts Belonging to the Van Manen Collection, Kern Institute, Leiden.

Saraju Rath of The International Institute for Asian Studies, Leiden Read 19 publications Contact Saraju Rath. The International Institute for Asian Studies.

Palm-leaf manuscripts are manuscripts made out of dried palm leaves. Palm leaves were used as writing materials in the Indian subcontinent and in Southeast Asia dating back to the 5th century BCE and possibly much earlier

Palm-leaf manuscripts are manuscripts made out of dried palm leaves. Palm leaves were used as writing materials in the Indian subcontinent and in Southeast Asia dating back to the 5th century BCE and possibly much earlier. Their use began in South Asia and spread elsewhere, as texts on dried and smoke treated palm leaves of Borassus species (Palmyra palm) or the Ola leaf (leaf of Corypha umbraculifera or the talipot palm).

Vogel, the founder of the Indological Institute Kern (Leiden, 1925) The nine manuscripts and six palm leaf rolls discussed in this essay had been produced to serve either Brahmins or members of their family.

Vogel, the founder of the Indological Institute Kern (Leiden, 1925). The author sketches the life and work of van Manen and gives us an interesting survey of the European context with regard to the Johan van Manen Collection. The author describes the acquisition of some of the earliest collections of Sanskrit manuscripts outside India. They later proved to be of great importance for the development of Indology in Europe. The nine manuscripts and six palm leaf rolls discussed in this essay had been produced to serve either Brahmins or members of their family.

This paper will present the collection of palm-leaf manuscripts of the Institute of Indian Studies of the . A complete manuscript is protected by two book covers, generally in wood.

This paper will present the collection of palm-leaf manuscripts of the Institute of Indian Studies of the Collège de France (Paris), detail the codicological characteristics of this type of manuscripts, and explore their conservation.

The collection includes literary, historical manuscripts and private papers. Find information on the shelves about the British Library’s collection of western manuscripts and those held elsewhere. The British Library houses one of the world's greatest collections of illuminated manuscripts, and Janet Backhouse has drawn on this rich resource to make a selection of outstanding examples that span over 800 years of medieval book production. A History of the Book in 100 Books (hardback).

Kern Institute, Leiden, August 23-29, 1987. Published 1900 by . Brill in Leiden, New York. Congresses, Sanskrit philology, Vedic philology.