By Jivanjijamshedji Modi
Textual content extracted from establishing pages of publication: CAMA ORIENTAL INSTITUTE PAPERS ( Capers contributed to the magazine of the okay. R. Cama Oriental Institute, Bombay) by means of BE. JIVANJI JAMSHEDJI MODI, B. A., ( BOMBAY collage, 1877); PH. D. ( HONORIS CAUSA, HEIDELBERG, 1912) ; C. I. E. ( 1917) ; Fellow of the college of Bombay ( 1887) ; Dipl. Littcris et Artibus ( Sweden, 1889) ; Shams-ul-Ularna ( government. of India, 1893) i Offlcier d'Academie ( France, 1898); Offlcier de 1' Ins traction Publiquc ( France, 1902) ; Honorary Correspondent of the Archaeological division of the govt of India ( 1914); Campbell Medalist ( 15. B. Royal Asiatic Society, 1918) ; Fellow of the B. B. Royal Asiatic Society, ( 1923) ; Honorary Member of the Bhandarkar Oriental Re seek Institute, Poona ( 1923); Chevaligr, Legion d'Uoimeur ( France, 1925); Offlcier, Croix de advantage ( Hungary. 1925). BOMBAY: THE BRITISH INDIA PRESS, 1928. revealed via C. Wollen, Superintendent, British India Press, Bombay, and released through J. J. Modi, B. A , PH D., C. I. E., Hon. Secretary, okay, R. Cama Oriental Institute, Hornby highway, Bomba;-* To THE SACRED reminiscence of THE past due Mr. DAMODAR GORDHANDAS SVKHADWALLA, AS A HUMBLE TOKEN of MY APPRECIATION OF HIS NOBLE present of RUPEES ONE LAC to THE ok. R t CAMA ORIENTAL INSTITUTE, CONTENTS. PAGM I. AN previous AVESTA-PAZEND-SANSKRIT MANUSCRIPT OF THE SAROSH-HADOKHT, AND ITS author 1 II. AN outdated MANUSCRIPT OF THE KITlB-I DAR0N YASHT 6 advent 6 THE SCRIBE . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 specialists noted by means of THE SCRIBE . . . . nine a weird approach to NUMBERING THE FOLIOS . . nine the themes taken care of ARE commonly THE BAJS . . 10 BAJ VARIAVNI 10 THE bloodbath AT VARIAV, stated within the BAJ RITUAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 PARSEE individuals OF THE GAZETTEER . . . . eleven L! R. SORABJI M. DESAI'S ACCOUNT . . . . . . eleven A BAJ relating A JATRA OR A PILGRIMAGE via A KING .. .. thirteen THE BAJ OF MINO MARESHPAND JASIIAN . . . . 17 BAJS OF THANAK 18 BAJ OF AGRRAS . . . . . . . . . . 19 V \ NANT BAJ 20 THE BAJ OF THE BAHMANIAN pageant . . . . 21 BUOFMOKTATMA 21 THE BAJ OF HAPTA AMESHASPAND . . . . . . 21 BAJ OF PANTHA YAZATA 21 BAJS could be RECITED with out FlRE . . . . 22 a couple of specific PARSI-GUJARATI phrases . . 22 THE INVERSE ORDER OF THE GUJARATI WRITING . . 23 APPENDIX . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 III. MINIATURES, at the FUNERAL CEREMONIES OF THE PARSIS, IN MSS. OF THE GUJARATI VIRlF-NAMEH. MSS. OF THE PARfS BlBLIOTHEQUE NATIONALS NoS. seventy five AND seventy six FONDS INDIKN) 28 CONTENTS PAGB5 creation 26 the 2 MANUSCRIPTS spoke of through MR. INOS TRANSEV 28 the writer OF THE GUJARATI model . . . . 28 DASTUR RUSTAM PESHOTAN'S VIRAF-NAMAH. ITS DATE 31 RUSTAM PESHOTAN'S connection with HIMSELF within the paintings 33 one other GUJERATI VERSIFIED model OF THE VIRAF NAMAH 35 THE creation OF THE PAHLAVI AND PERSIAN VlRAF-NAMAHS 38 THE creation OF DASTUR RUSTAM PESHOTAN'S GUJARATI VraAF-NAMAH 38 rationalization OF THE MINIATURE work . . . . forty APPENDIX . . . . . . . . . . . . forty four IV. A notice at the PARSE E bloodbath AT VARIAV forty seven V. a number of NOTES at the PAHLAVI TREA TISE OF DRAKHT-I ASURlK 60 one other analyzing OF THE PAHLAVI notice learn AS ASURIK fifty nine that's town SPOKEN OF AS SHATRO-I-KHAJURIK ? 60 VI. A word ON AN previous MANUSCRIPT OF THE DIVAN-I-HAFIZ. lately PRESEN TED TO THE LIBRARY OF THE ok. R. CAMA ORIENTAL INSTITUTE sixty two % VII. a couple of NOTES ON ANQUETIL DU PE RRON'S personal reproduction OF HIS ZEND AVESTA, L'OUVRAGE DE ZOROASTRE, lately stumbled on IN COLOMBO sixty four I. creation sixty four II. bathtub item OF THIS PAPER sixty six CONTENTS 111 web page III. HlSTOBY OF THE MIGRATION of those VOLUMES FROM PARIS TO BOMBAY sixty seven THE AUTHOR'S personal reproduction. the way it handed INTO THE palms OF LANJUINAIS sixty eight LANJUINAIS . . . . . . . . . . . . sixty nine WHY those VOLUMES didn't cross INTO THE BIBLIO THEQUE DU Roi sixty nine WHY ANQUETIL'S estate WENT TO public sale prior 70 FROM THE arms OF LANJUINAIS to these OF DR. LEE seventy one DR. LEE seventy three OULLIMORE . . . . . . . . . . . . seventy four DANIEL SHARPE . . . . . . . . . . . . seventy six possible end
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