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AstroBibl


AstroBibl

3.1. India

Abhyankar (K. D.), ‘Misidentification of some Indian Naksatras’, Indian Journal for the History of Science 26 (1991), pp. 1–10.

Abhyankar (K. V.), ‘The Indian Origin of the Week-Days’, Poona Orientalist 12 (1947), pp. 62–68.

Acharya (B. N.), ‘Reconciliation of Contradictory Statements in the Works of, and Regarding Practical and Applied Astrology (Phaladesa)’, Journal of the University of Bombay 23 (1954), pp. 92–97.

Bag (A. K.), ‘Ahargana and Weekdays as per Modern Sūryasiddhānta’, Indian Journal of History of Science 36 (2001), pp. 55–63.

Beinorius (A.), ‘Astral Hermeneutics: Astrology and Medicine in India’, in Astro-Medicine. Astrology and Medicine, East and West, eds A. Akasoy, C. Burnett, R. Yoeli-Tlalim, Firenze, 2008, pp. 189–208.

Bhasin (J. N.), Astrology in Vedas, New Delhi, 1984.

Bhat (M. R.), ‘Astrological Elements in Panini’, in MM Professor Kuppuswami Sastri Birth Centenary Commemoration Volume, Madras, 1985, vol. II, pp. 199–208.

Bhattacharya (J.), ‘The Basic Concept of Naksatra in Ancient and Medieval India’, Proceedings of the All-India Oriental Congress 22/2 (1965), pp. 253–256.

Bhide (V. V.), ‘The Basis of Astrology in the Vedic Literature’, Proceedings of the All-India Oriental Congress 20 (1959), pp. 19–30.

Bourquin (A.), ‘Considérations sur le calendrier védique et sur quelques points de l’astronomie, de l’astrologie et du ritual des Indous’, in Actes du Sixième Congrès International des Orientalistes, Leiden, 1885, vol. III.2, pp. 607–623.

Braha (J. T.), Ancient Hindu Astrology for the Modern Western Astrologer, Miami, 1986.

Brown (D.), The Interactions of Ancient Astral Science, Bremen, 2018, 805 pp.

Burgess (J.), ‘The Probable Indian Origin of the Names of the Days of the Week’, Indian Antiquary 14 (1885), pp. 322–323.

Chatterji (K. C.), ‘Ketu in Hindu Astrology’, Calcutta Oriental Journal 2/10 (1935), p. 258.

Chenet (F.), ‘L’astrologie hindoue des “interrogations” (prashna) et le problème de la “synchronicité acausale”’, in Magie et divination dans les cultures de l'Orient. Actes du colloque organisé par l’Institut du Proche-Orient Ancien du Collège de France, la Société Asiatique et le CNRS (UMR 7192) les 19 et 20 juin 2008, Paris - Collège de France, eds J.-M. Durand, A. Jacquet, Paris, 2010, pp. 273–280.

Cunningham (A.), ‘The Probable Indian Origin of the Names of the Weekdays’, Indian Antiquary 14 (1885), pp. 1–4.

Desai (N. Y), ‘Glipses from Astrology and Chiromancy in the Markandeya Purana’, Purana 21 (1979), pp. 100–107.

Dethier (J.), L’astrologie de l’Inde, St-Jean-de-Braye, 1985.

Dreyer (R. G.), Indian Astrology. A Western Approach to the Ancient Hindu Art, Wellingborough, 1990.

Euringer (F.), Indische Astrologie. Die 27 Frauen des Mondes, München, 1989.

Ferrari d’Occhieppo (K.), ‘Datierbarkeit des Horoskops im I. Buch des Epos Rāmāyaṇa‎’, Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde Südasiens 23 (1979), pp. 109–116.

Fleet (J. F.), ‘The Use of the Planetary Names of the Days of the Week in India’, Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (1912), pp. 1039–1046.

Gansten (M.), ‘Notes on Some Sanskrit Astrological Authors’, History of Science in South Asia 5 (2017), pp. 117–133.

Gansten (M.), Wikander (O.), ‘Sahl and the Tājika Yogas: Indian Transformations of Arabic Astrology’, Annals of Science 68/4 (2011), pp. 531–546.

Gopani (A. S.), ‘Astrology and Astakavarga’, Bharatiya Vidya 7 (1946), pp. 39–41.

Govindasami (S. K.), ‘Omens and Divination in Early Tamil Religion’, Journal of the Annamalai University 11 (1941), pp. 1–7.

Grenet (F.), Pinault (G. J.), ‘Contacts des traditions astrologiques de l’Inde et de l’Iran d’après une peinture des collections de Turfan’, Comptes Rendus des Séances de l’Académie des Inscriptions et Belles Lettres 141 (1997), pp. 1003–1063.

Hartner (W.), ‘The Pseudoplanetary Nodes of the Moon’s Orbit in Hindu and Islamic Iconographies. A Contribution to the History of Ancient and Medieval Astrology’, Ars Islamica 5 (1938), pp. 113–154 [reprinted in W. Hartner, Oriens-Occidens, I, Hildesheim, 1968, pp. 349-404].

Iyer (H. S.), ‘Kerala’s Contribution to Astronomy and Astrology’, Proceedings of the All-India Oriental Congress 9 (1937), pp. 1109–1119.

Jacobi (H.), De astrologiae indicae hora appellatae originibus, Bonn, 1872.

Kamalamma (K. N.), ‘The Problem of the Introduction of Rasis in Indian Astronomy and Astrology’, Bharatiya Vidya 9 (1948), pp. 310–315.

Kamalamma (K. N.), ‘King Bhoja and His Works on Dharmasastra and Astrology’, Journal of Oriental Research 23 (1953–1954), pp. 94–127.

Kapadia (B. H.), ‘Omens, Astrology, etc. in Mrcchakatikam of Sudraka’, Journal of the Oriental Institute 16 (1966–1967), pp. 233–238.

Kayd. Studies in History of Mathematics, Astronomy and Astrology in Memory of David Pingree, eds G. Gnoli, A. Panaino, Roma, 2009, x + 156 pp.

Kern (H.), ‘The Brhat-Sanhita; or, Complete System of Natural Astrology of Varaha-mihira. Translated from Sanskrit into English’, Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (1870), pp. 430–479; 1871, pp. 45–90 and 231–288; 1873, pp. 36–91 and 279–338; 1875, pp. 81–134 [reprinted in H. Kern, Verspreide Geschriften, ’s-Gravenhage, 1913-1929, I, pp. 169-319 and II, pp. 1-154].

Krishan (Y.), ‘The Astronomical Revolution in India about A.D. 400 and Its Implications’, Vishveshvaranand Indological Journal 15 (1977), pp. 265–284.

Liyanaratine (J.), Le Purana Mayamataya. Manuel astrologique singhalais de construction, Paris, 1976, 138 pp.

Mak (B. M.), ‘The Date and Nature of Sphujidhvaja’s Yavanajātaka Reconsidered in the Light of Some Newly Discovered Materials’, History of Science in South Asia 1 (2013), pp. 1–20.

Mak (B. M.), ‘The Last Chapter of Sphujidhvaja’s Yavanajātaka Critically Edited with Notes’, Sciamvs 14 (2013), pp. 59–148.

Malville (J. M.), Swaminathan (R. N.), ‘People, Planets and the Sun: Surya Puja in Tamil Nadu, South India’, Culture and Cosmos 2 (1998), pp. 3–15.

McKim Malville (J.), Swaminathan (R. N.), ‘People, Planets and the Sun: Surya Puja in Tamil Nadu, South India’, Culture and Cosmos 2/1 (1998), pp. 3–15.

Mechta (Dh. D.), The Bases of Astrology in the Vedas, Delhi, s.a..

Mostaert (A.), Manual of Mongolian Astrology and Divination, Cambridge, MA, 1969.

Negelein (J. von), ‘Zum System der frühen indischen Astrologie‎’, in Beiträge zur Literaturwissenschaft und Geistgeschichte Indiens. Festgabe Hermann Jacobi zum 75. Geburtstag (11. Februar 1925), Bonn, 1926, pp. 440–448.

Negelein (J. von), ‘Die ältesten Meister der indischen Astrologie und die Grundidee ihrer Lehrbücher‎’, Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft 82 (1928), pp. 1–22.

Neugebauer (O.), Pingree (D.), The Pañcasiddhāntikā of Varāhamihira, Kobenhavn, 1970–1971.

Padhye (K. A.), ‘The Anthropological Aspects of Astrology among the Hindus’, Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 15 (1937), pp. 631–641.

Padhye (K. A.), ‘Omens and Portents in Vedic Literature’, Proceedings of the All-India Oriental Congress 13/2 (1951), pp. 65–71.

Panaino (A.), ‘La diffusione dell’astronomia e dell’astrologia mesopotamica in India attraverso la mediazione iranica’, in L’astrologia e la sua influenza nella filosofia, nella letteratura e nell’arte dall’eta classica al rinascimento, Milano, 1992, pp. 9–50 [reprinted in Id., Sidera viva. Studi iranici di storia della mitologia astrale, dell’astronomia e dell’astrologia antica. Iranian Studies in History of Ancient Astral Mythology, Astronomy and Astrology, eds A. Gariboldi, P. Ognibene, V. Sadovski, Bologna, 2014, II, pp. 415-456].

Pandey (R. C.), ‘Elements of Astrology in the Vamana Purana’, Purana 12 (1970), pp. 65–81.

Pillai (L. D. S.), ‘Astrology in Its Historical Aspect’, Quarterly Journal of the Mythic Society 15 (1924–1925), pp. 101–113.

Pingree (D.), ‘The Empires of Rudradāman and Yaśodharman: Evidence from Two Astrological Geographies’, Journal of the American Oriental Society 79 (1959), pp. 267–270.

Pingree (D.), ‘Astronomy and Astrology in India and Iran’, Isis 54 (1963), pp. 229–246.

Pingree (D.), ‘The Indian Iconography of the Decans and Horâs’, Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 26 (1963), pp. 223–254.

Pingree (D.), ‘Representation of the Planets in Indian Astrology’, Indo-Iranian Journal 8 (1965), pp. 249–267.

Pingree (D.), ‘The Later Pauliśasiddhānta’, Centaurus 14 (1969), pp. 172–241.

Pingree (D.), The Vidvajjanavallabha of Bhojaraja, Baroda, 1970, 28 pp.

Pingree (D.), Census of the Exact Sciences in Sanskrit, Philadelphia, 1970–1994.

Pingree (D.), The Vrddhayavanajataka of Minaraja, Baroda, 1976.

Pingree (D.), The Yavanajataka of Sphujidhvaja, Cambridge, MA, 1978.

Pingree (D.), Jyotiḥśāstra. Astral and Mathematical Literature, Wiesbaden, 1981, 149 pp.

Pingree (D.), ‘Babylonian Planetary Theory in Sanskrit Omen Texts’, in From Ancient Omens to Statistical Mechanics. Essays on the Exact Sciences Presented to Asger Aaboe, eds J. L. Berggren, B. R. Goldstein, Kobenhavn, 1987, pp. 91–99.

Pingree (D.), ‘Venus Omens in India and Babylon’, in Language, Literature, and History. Philological and Historical Studies Presented to Erica Reiner, ed. F. Rochberg-Halton, New Haven, 1987, pp. 293–315.

Pingree (D.), ‘Indian Planetary Images and the Tradition of Astral Magic’, Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 52 (1989), pp. 1–13.

Pingree (D.), ‘Mesopotamian Omens in Sanskrit’, in La circulation des biens, des personnes et des idées dans le Proche-Orient ancien, eds D. Charpin, F. Joannes, Paris, 1992, pp. 375–379.

Pingree (D.), From Astral Omens to Astrology. From Babylon to Bīkāner, Roma, 1997, 125 pp.

Pingree (D. E.), ‘Materials for the Study of the Transmission of Greek Astrology to India’, Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 65 (1961), pp. 365–367.

Ray (J. C.), ‘Astrology in India’, Modern Review 46 (1929), pp. 250–256.

Rele (V. G.), Directional Astrology of the Hindus as Propounded in Vimshottari Dasa, 2nd ed., Bombay, 1935, 128 pp.

Roy (B. K.), ‘The Scope and Achievements of Hindu Astrology’, in The Cultural Heritage of India, Calcutta, 1937, vol. III, pp. 476–481.

Sapre (R. G.), Astrology. Analytical Study of Different Eastern et Western Systems, Poona, 1968.

Sarma (K. M. K.), ‘Some Horoscopes in the Anup Sanskrit Library’, Journal of the Tanjore Sarasvati Mahal Library 3 (1943), pp. 3–5.

Sarma (K. M. K.), ‘The Samhita Literature of Astrology’, New Indian Antiquary 6 (1943–1944), p. 90.

Sarma (S. R.), ‘Setting Up the Water Clock for Telling the Time of Marriage’, in Studies in the History of the Exact Sciences in Honour of David Pingree, eds C. Burnett, J. P. Hogendijk, K. Plofker, M. Yano, Leiden-Boston, 2004, pp. 302–330.

Sarma (S. R.), ‘Persian-Sanskrit Lexica and the Transmission of Islamic Astronomy and Astrology in India’, in Kayd. Studies in History of Mathematics, Astronomy and Astrology in Memory of David Pingree, eds G. Gnoli, A. Panaino, Roma, 2009, pp. 129–150.

Sharma (R. C.), ‘Omens in Literature and Art’, in Cultural Contours of India, ed. Vijai Shankar Srivastava, Atlantic Highlands (N.J.), 1981, vol. II, pp. 223–226.

Sharma (R. S.), ‘A Approach to Astrology and Divination in Medieval India’, in Neue Indienkunde. New Indology, ed. H. Krüger, 2nd ed., Berlin, 1971, pp. 51–56.

Sircar (D. C.), ‘The Astrologer at the Village and the Court’, Indian Historical Quarterly 28 (1952), pp. 342–349.

Sivapriyananda (S.), Astrology and Religion in Indian Art, New Delhi, 1990, 148 pp.

Stone (A. P.), Hindu Astrology: Myths, Symbols and Realities, New Delhi, 1981, xi + 323 pp.

Türstig (H.-G.), Jyotisa: Das System der indischen Astrologie, Wiesbaden, 1980, 343 pp.

Venkatesvaraya (S. V.), Jatakachundrika, or Moonlight to Astrology, Madras, 1900, 80 pp.

Von Bressendorf, Die Grundzüge der Hindu Astrologie, München, 1921.

Waerden (B. L. van der), ‘The Great Year in Greek, Persian and Hindu Astronomy’, Archive for History of Exact Sciences 18 (1977–1978), pp. 359–383.

Wallace (V. A.), ‘A Convergence of Medical and Astro-Sciences in Indian Tantric Buddhism: A Case of the Kālacakratantra’, in Astro-Medicine. Astrology and Medicine, East and West, eds A. Akasoy, C. Burnett, R. Yoeli-Tlalim, Firenze, 2008, pp. 209–222.

Wayman (A.), ‘Four Periods in the History of Indian Astrology’, in Proceedings of the 26th International Congress of Orientalists, Poona, 1969, vol. III, pp. 146–148.

Weber (A.), ‘Zur Geschichte der indischen Astrologie’, Indische Studien 2 (1853), pp. 390–392.

Yano (M.), ‘Calendar, Astrology and Astronomy’, in Blackwell Companion to Hinduism, ed. F. Gavin, London, 2003, pp. 276–292.

Yano (M.), ‘Planet Worship in Ancient India’, in Studies in the History of the Exact Sciences in Honour of David Pingree, eds C. Burnett, J. P. Hogendijk, K. Plofker, M. Yano, Leiden-Boston, 2004, pp. 331–348.

Yano (M.), ‘Medicine and Divination in India’, East Asian Science, Technology, and Medicine 24 (2005), pp. 44–61.

Zimmermann (F.), ‘Les aspects médicaux du Yavanajātaka (traité sanskrit d’astrologie)’, Sudhoffs Archiv 65 (1981), pp. 299–305.