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PK South Asian and Indo-Iranian Languages and Literature (Go to start of category)
PK3796 .S4 E3 [Info] Shakuntala, by Kālidāsa, trans. by Arthur W. Ryder (PDF at In Parentheses)
PK3796 .S4 1914 [Info] Translations of Shakuntala, and Other Works (London: J. M. Dent and Sons; London: E. P. Dutton and Co., ca. 1914), by Kālidāsa, trans. by Arthur W. Ryder (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PK3796 .S4 1914 [Info] Translations of Shakuntala, and Other Works (London: J. M. Dent and Sons; London: E. P. Dutton and Co., ca. 1914), by Kālidāsa, trans. by Arthur W. Ryder (HTML at
PK3798 .M168 P3 1912 [Info] Panchadasi of Vidyaranya, With English Translation, Explanatory Notes and Summary of Each Chapter (in Sanskrit and English; Srirangam: Sri Vani Vilas Press, 1912), by Mādhava and M. Srinivasa Rau, ed. by K. A. Krishnaswamy Aiyar
PK3798 .M29 [Info] Matrceta's Hymn to the Buddha: An English Rendering of the Satapañcasatka, by Matrceta, trans. by Shravasti Dhammika
PK3798 .S91 M7 [Info] The Little Clay Cart (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, 1905), by Sudraka, trans. by Arthur W. Ryder (HTML with commentary at
PK3798 .V2 E5 [Info] Twenty-Two Goblins, trans. by Arthur W. Ryder
PK3798 .V69 S87 1905 [Info] Vikramarka Charitra: A Prose Work in Sanskrit for the Use of the IVth and the Vth Forms (in Sanskrit, with an English introduction; Kumbakonam: Printed at the Sri Vidya Press, 1905), ed. by S. Venkatarama Sastri
PK3901 [Info] Forest Meditations: The Verses of the Arahant Talaputa Thera, by Talaputa Thera, ed. by Bhikkhu Khantipalo (HTML at Access to Insight)
PK3971 .L25 1902 [Info] Lalita Vistara: Leben und Lehre des Çâkya-Buddha (2 volumes; text in Sanskrit and commentary in German; Halle a.S.: Buchhandlung des Waisenhauses, 1902-1908), ed. by Salomon Lefmann
PK4541 .P5 [Info] Psalms of the Sisters (London: Pali Text Society, 1909), by Caroline A. F. Rhys Davids (illustrated HTML at Celebration of Women Writers)
PK4591 .J3 1877 [Info] The Jātaka, Together With Its Commentary: Being Tales of the Anterior Births of Gotama Buddha (7 volumes, in Pali with some English notes; 1877-1897), ed. by V. Fausbøll, contrib. by Dines Andersen
PK5651 .K5 [Info] The Wine of Love: Mystical Poetry of Imam Khomenei, by Ruhollah Khomeini, ed. by Mohammed Reza Azimi and Mansoor Limba, trans. by Ghulam-Rida A'wani and M. Legenhausen (multiple formats at
PK6103 .J23 1892 [Info] An Avesta Grammar, in Comparison With Sanskrit ("Part I"; no further parts published; Stuttgart: W. Kohlhammer, 1892), by A. V. Williams Jackson (multiple formats at
PK6103 .J23 1975 [Info] An Avesta Grammar in Comparison with Sanskrit; and The Avestan Alphabet and its Transcription (worked originally published in 1892 and 1890; reprinted New York: AMS Press, 1975), by A. V. Williams Jackson (page images at HathiTrust)
PK6111 [Info] The Avesta (with other Zoroastrian scriptures and commentary), trans. by L. H. Mills, James Darmesteter, and J. H. Peterson (HTML at
PK6113 .C [Info] The Vendîdâd, trans. by James Darmesteter (HTML at
PK6128 .D3 B7 [Info] The Sculptures and Inscription of Darius the Great on the Rock of Behistun in Persia (London: British Museum, 1907), by King of Persia Darius I (multiple formats at
PK6187 .D53 [Info] Denkard (compilation of translations of all extant books), ed. by Joseph H. Peterson (HTML at
PK6197 .D5 1911 [Info] The Complete Text of the Pahlavi Dinkard (the surviving books in 2 volumes, in Pahlavi; Mumbai: Society for the Promotion of Researches into the Zoroastrian Religion, 1911), ed. by Dhanjishah Meherjibhai Madan (page images at HathiTrust; pages may be in reverse order)
PK6197 .M2 1871 [Info] The Book of the Mainyo-i-Khard: The Pazand and Sanskrit Texts (in Roman Characters) as Arranged by Neriosengh Dhaval in the Fifteenth Century; With an English Translation, a Glossary of the Pazand Text, Containing the Sanskrit, Persian and Pahlavi Equivalents, a Sketch of Pazand grammar, and an Introduction (Stuttgart, C. Grüninger; London: Trubner and Co., 1871), ed. by Nairiu-sangh and Edward William West
PK6198 .K45 1921 [Info] The Pahlavi Text "King Husrav and His Boy" Published With its Transcription, Translation and Copious Notes (Paris: P. Geuthner, ca. 1921), ed. by Jamshedji Maneckji Unvala (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PK6199.5 .P4 S2 [Info] Sad Dar, trans. by Edward William West (HTML at
PK6235 .F3 [Info] A Concise Persian Grammar (New York: Orientalia, 1944), by Abbas Faroughy (page images at HathiTrust)
PK6235 .M8 [Info] A Grammar of the Persian Language; To Which Are Subjoined Several Dialogues, With An Alphabetical List of the English and Persian Terms of Grammar, and an Appendix, on the Use of Arabic Words (London: W. H. Allen and Co., 1841), by Mohammad Ibraheem (multiple formats at

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