Indische Studien: Beiträge für die Kunde des indischen Alterthums, Volume 2

Albrecht Weber
Dümmler, 1853
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Pagina 199 - Aus diesem Ätman, fürwahr, ist der Äther [Raum] entstanden, aus dem Äther der Wind, aus dem Winde das Feuer, aus dem Feuer das Wasser, aus dem Wasser die Erde...
Pagina 129 - Other Babads are found in the family of every prince ; if it were possible to gather the greater part of them from the different States, they certainly would spread much light on the history of Bali, if carefully compared with each other.
Pagina 118 - Ravana is slain by Rama, who with his supernatural weapon chakra cuts off his ten heads. Sita is purified by Agni (the god of the fire), and disappears in mother earth. Rama becomes king of Ayodhya, and retires in old age to the forest hermitage, where he dies. The Ramayana and the Parvas are to the Balinese a sort of pattern for princes. The adat of the princes, and of the second and third castes, is contained in those works, holy to them, whilst the Vedas and other secret writings furnish the rules...
Pagina 117 - Rdvana ravishes the beautiful Sita, and Rama seeks for her in vain. He makes an alliance with the monkey-king Sugriva, and his son the swift Hanuman. Hanuman discovers the hidden spot where Sita was concealed, and then begins the war of Rama and his monkey- warriors against the Raksasas of Langkapura.
Pagina 123 - Devindu died, and she then gave birth to Dasarata, the father of Rama. This work also is composed in Kediri or Daha under Ayer Langgia ; the writer is M'pu Monaguna (the name signifies
Pagina 110 - Buddhists were composed in Pali (a dialect of the Prakrit) ; but, in China and Tibet, in Sanskrit ; the promulgation took place earlier in the northern parts than in those towards the south, and, for this reason, the books were still written in the ancient sacred language of all India. If, therefore, the Buddhists brought their books to Java composed in the Sanskrit language, their introduction must have been in a comparatively ancient time.
Pagina 117 - Vishnu, invoked his aid to deliver his hermitage from the .Raksasas who had made war against it. This he accomplished and bent the bow of Parasu Rama. From this the tale turns to his nuptials with the fair Sita, and to the intrigues of his stepmother Kekayi, who forms the design to raise her son to the throne. After that he voluntarily retires into a hermitage, and subsequently into the forest of Dandaka, accompanied by Sita and Laksmana. Laksmana mutilates the...
Pagina 123 - Sanskrit names, and belong to the Sivaitic sect ; the names of the Buddhist writers are in the language of the country, and, in this circumstance, likewise, the characteristic of that religion is conspicuous, which made its way chiefly by yielding to and adopting the manners of the numerous and widely different countries into which it was propagated ; whilst Brahmanism, rigidly adhering to the ancient traditions, and holding in contempt all that is foreign, is nowhere found beyond India except in...
Pagina 129 - Kulit in the same manner as on Java. Of the Indian drama nothing seems to have found its way into this island. The names of the most famous of the Indian dramas are unknown there. The tale of the Sakuntala is known from one of the Parvas, and the original narration we find also in India in the Mahabharata.

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