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New catalogus catalogorum : an alphabetical register of Sanskrit and allied works and authors / prepared by V. Raghavan.

Corporate Author: University of Madras.
Related Names: Aufrecht, Theodor 1822-1907., Dash, Siniruddha. , Ramabai, E. R. , Veezhinathan, N. , Kunjunni Raja, K. , Raghavan, V. 1908-1979.
Language(s): English
Published: [Madras] : University of Madras, 1949-
Subjects: Sanskrit literature.
Manuscripts, Sanskrit.
Manuscripts, Sanskrit > Bibliography ǂv Catalogs.
Sanskrit literature ǂx Bibliography > Union lists.
Manuscripts, Sanskrit > Union lists.
Union lists (Library catalogs)
Bibliography > Catalogs.
Note: "150th year special book."-- Cover (v. 15-)
Based on Theodor Aufrecht's Catalogus catalogorum.
Vol. 15- edited by Siniruddha Dash.
Vol. <14> edited by N. Veezhinathan and E.R. Rama Bai.
Vol. 12-13 edited by N. Veezhinathan.
Vol. 6-11 edited by K. Kunjunni Raja ... [et al.].
Vol. 1-5 edited by V. Raghavan.
Also issued online.
Physical Description: v. ; 29 cm.
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