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Akhlaq-i-Jalali

From the beginning to the end of Lami

VI of Lami I (pages 1-98), and Lami II

(pages 191-228), Newal Kishore's Edition. First Daftar.

Inshai Abul Fazl

Poetry, Khágáni

... Qasaid, pages 1.200, Newal Kishore's Edi.

tion. Hakim Senái

Hadiqah, Chapters I and II, Habib Qááni

Qasaíd, pages 1.73 (Bombay Edition), to the

end of the ode in praise of Prince Hassan

Ali Mirza. Candidates are also required to possess a sufficient knowledge of Arabic to enable them to acquire a thorough knowledge of the Persian Language.

Two unseen passages shall be set at the examination, one in prose and the other in poetry. The prose passage shall form part of Paper V, and the poetry passage shall form part of Paper II. Such passages shall not exceed in difficolty the general standard of the text-books prescribed for the examination.

SANSKRIT, 1906 AND 1907.

GROUP A.

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Naisadbachárita, Cantos I-III.
Vikramorvasí.
Sisupalbadh, Cantos XIII and XIV.
Mahaviracharita.
Mrichchhakatika.
Mudrá-Rákehasa.
Kadambari Parvabbága.
Vedánta-sútra and Bháshya, first four

Sútras of the 1st Adhyáya, and 1st and

2nd Pádas of the 2nd Adhyáya.
Nyáya Sútra and Vritti, Chapters I-IV.
Tattva-Kaumadi.
Katha, with Sankara Bhashya.
Hymns from the Rigveda Sanhitá, as edited

by P. Peterson.
Bhagavadgítá.
Vaidika Prakriyá, Káraka, and Samása, as

contained in Siddhanta-Kaumudi.
Mani-1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 12.
Kávya-Prakása.
Prakriyaprakasa (edited by Cowell).

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Vyása ...
Pánini

Mana ...
Mammata Bhatta
Vararachi

Permanent Subjects. Max Müller

Science of Language, Vols. I and II. Mair ...

Sanskrit Texts, Vol. V. Stadents may

take

op the Inscriptions of Asoka instead of one of the following:

(a) Nyáya-sútra and Vritti (limited as above).
(6) Tattva - Kaumudi and Vedánta-sútra (limited as above).

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(c) Jaimini and Savara Sútra and Bháshya-Adhyayas 1, 2 and 3. (d) Vyása and Sankara Sútra with Bhásbya, Adhyaya I. (e) Vyasa and Sankara Adhyaya II.

(f) Essay and Comparative Grammar. N.B.-Stadents may take up Indian Palæography and Epigraphy instead of any one of the sabjects of the five papers.

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Gautama and Biswa. Sútra and Vritti. (a)

nátha.

Kanada and Sankara Sútra and Upaskara. (6) Viswanátha

Bhashaparichheda with Siddhanta Mak.

tavalí.
Udayana and Haridas Kngumanjali with Haridasa's tika.

Gangesa and Jayadeva (gwaranomana with Aloka. (d) Gangesa and Mathura. Anumiti Siddhiptalakshana of Pakshata and natba.

Parámarsa.
(e) Gangeśa and Mathura- Avayava and Hetwabhása.

patba. (f) Essay and Comparative Grammar. N.B.-Stadents may take up Indian Palæography and Epigraphy instead of any one of the subjects of the first five papers.

Permannent Subjects.
Max Müller's Science of Language as limited in group B.
Mill's Logic, Book III, of Induction, Chapters 1 to 5 and 8.

GROUP D.

(a) Vyása and Sankara Sútra and Bháshya, Adhyayas, I and II

1, 2.
(b) Vyása and Sankara Adhyayas II-3, 4; III and IV.
(c) Vyása and Sankara

Gita with Bháshya
(d) Appaya Dikshita Sid. Dharmarajadhvarindra.
dhantalesa.

Vedantaparibhasha and Vedanta sara by

Sarvananda.

(e) Upanishads—Chhandogya and Vrihadaranyaka with Sankara

Bhashya. (f) Essay and Comparative Grammar. N.B.-Students may take up Indian Palæography and Epigraphy for the subjects of any one of the first five papers.

Permanent Subjects.
Max Müller's Science of Language (limited as above).
Deussen-Elements of Metaphysics

GROUP E

(a) Rigveda

Astaka I, with Sayaná's Introduction and

Commentary and Aitareya Brahma

Kanda I. (6) Samaveda Adhyaya, I, with Sayana's Introduction and Commentary

and Atharva Vedá Vratya Kanda with Sayana's Commentary. (c) Yajurveda Vajasaneya Adhyayas 1 to 8 with Mahidhara's comSanhita.

mentary and Satapatha Brahmana Kanda

I, with Sayana's Commentary.
(d) Upanishads--Chbandogya and Vrihadaranyaka with Sankara’s Com-

mentary.
(e) Nirakta and Vaidikprakriya as in Siddhanta Kaumudi.

(1) Essay and Comparative Grammar. N.B.-Students may take up Gupta and Kutilalipi instead of any one of the following :

(a) Chhandogya Upanishad with commentaries.
(6) Vrihadaranyaka Upanished with commentaries.

Permanent Subjects. Mas Muller's Science of Langnage. Sir William Mair, Vol. V. Weber's history of Sanskrit literature so far as it is concerned with the Vedas.

HISTORY, 1906 AND 1907.

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(a) Green

History of the English People.
Miss Martineau

History of the Thirty Years' Peace, Vols.

I. and II. (to Book V., ch. 9).
Mill

History of British India, edited by Wilson ;

Vols. III., IV., V. (Books IV., V., VI., to

the end of ch. 6). (b) Stubbs

Constitutional History of England.
Hallam

... Constitutional History of England.
Erskine May

Constitntional History of England. c) As a period -The History of India from 1772-1793:Forrest

Selections from State Papers preserved in

the Foreign Department, 1772-1785, 3

vols.

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Barke

Speeches on the Impeachment of Warren

Hastings.
Said Gholam Hossain

Seir Mutaqberin, sections XII-XVIII
Khan

(from page 39 of Vol. III. to page 119 of Vol. IV. of the Calcutta Reprint of the English Translation published by Cambray

& Co.). (Fifth Report from the Select Committee on the affairs of the East India Company. 1812–Bengal Presidency, the Report and Appendices 1-5, pages 1-635 of Vol. I. of the Madras Reprint published by Higginbotham & Co.). Grant Duff

History of the Maharattas, Vol. I., Chapter

24 to end, Vol. II., Chapters 1-12 of the Bombay Reprint publislied at the “ Times

of India" office. Lt. Col. Wilks

Historical sketch of the Sonth of India,

Chapters XIX-XLII (as in Vols. I. and
II. of the Madras Reprint, published by

Higginbotham & Co.) (d) Bluntschli

The Theory of the State, English Transla

tion (Clarendon Press Series ).
Wheaton

International Law, Parts I. and II.
Strachey

India, its Administration and Progress, 3rd

edition. (e) Adam Smith

Wealth of Nations.
Mill

Political Economy.
Pierson

Principles of Economics.

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MENTAL AND MORAL SCIENCE, 1906. The following books are recommended to be used in studying tie snbject of Mental and Moral Science as defined by the Syllabus prescribed :

GENERAL.

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" Psychology (Encylopædia Britannica).
Principles of Psychology.
Outlines of Fhysiological Psychology
System of Logic.
Empirical Logic.
Methods of Ethics.
Types of Ethical Theory.
The Ethics of T. H. Green, Herbert Spencer

and Martineau.
Introdnction to the Philosophy of Religion,
A Study of Religion. 2nd edition.
Gifford Lectures (Naturalism and Agnosti-

cism ), 1896-1898.
Prolegomena in Ethics.
Politics (English Translation by Jowett or

Welldon).
History of Philosophy.
History of Philosophy, Vols. I. and II.
A History of the Problems of Philosophy,

translated by Ada Monahan.
Sarva-darsana Sangraha, translated by

Cowell and Gough (the Nyáya, Chárvaka,
Sánkhya and Bauddha systems).

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Vyása and Sankara

Vedanta Sutras with Bhashya, as in Part I.

of George Thibaut’s Translation-Introduction only, Pages i-xxx.

SPECIAL.

Kant

Transcendental Analytic, Book II. (Aualytic

of Principles as in Max Müller's transla

tion of Kant's Critique of Pure Reason). The exainination in Mental and Moral Science shall be on the subject as defined by the Syllabus, ond shall not necessarily be confined to the books recommended to be used in studying the subject.

MATHEMATICS, 1906.

GROUP A.

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Higher Algebra, Chapters XIX-XXXIV.
Trigonometry, edited by Hogg.
Spherical Trigonometry (as revised by J. G.

Leathem, M.A., D.Sc.).
Theory of Equations (4th edition), omitting

Chapter XX.
Conic Sectious.
Geometry of three Dimensions--the Course

selected by Dr. Salmon for Junior Readers.
Differential (alculns (9th edition).
Integral Calculus (7th edition).
Introductory Course in Differential Equa-

tions.
Analyticnl Statics, Ed. by Everett.
Dynamics (ind edition, Chapters I-VIII.)
Hydrostatics and Elementary Hydrokinetics,

omitting Chapter VIII.
Astronomy
Principia, Sections I, II, III.

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Todhunter
Williamson and Tarleton
Minchin

Godfray
Newton

GROUP B.

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Conic Sections, Chapters I-XIII.
Solid Geometry, omitting Chapters VII and

IX.
Differential Calculus (9th edition).
Integral Calculus (7th edition), omitting

Chapter XII.
Statics (Vols. I. and II.), omitting Chapters

XIV and XVI.
Dynamics of a Particle, Chapters I., II., III.,
IV; Chapter V, Articles 221-275, 285-286,
Chapter VI, Articles 306-337, 387–404;
419-427 ; Chapter VII, Articles 490-510,

526, 527, 535-561.
Elementary Rigid Dynamics, Chapters I-V.
Hydro-Mechanics, Part I. (Hydrostatics)

6th Edition. Elementary Treatise on Hydro-Dypainics

and Sound, omitting Chapters VII-VIIII

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