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Canberra, 21 January 2011.

23 April 2004

Errata pages for Prof. Patrick Olivelle's translations of Ancient Indian texts


College of Liberal Arts, University of Texas at Austin, TX, US

Supplied note:
"Dear All: I discover mistakes and blunders as soon as I open a new book for the first time; a phenomenon, I trust, you are all familiar with. There are many in the several translations I have published over the years; especially in the widely-used translation of the Upanisads published in the Oxford World's Classics Series. I have now put all the needed correction for the Upanisads and for other books on my web site. You can access them at the following URL [see below]. It was difficult to get the diacritics to work on both the PC and MAC platforms; so we have made images for the diacritics; pardon the roughness observed sometimes Thanks. Patrick Olivelle, University of Texas."

Site contents:
Bibliographical details of the 16 books by Prof. Patrick Olivelle, and a list of online corrections and additions to: * Olivelle, J. Patrick. 2000. The Dharmastras of Apastamba, Gautama, Baudhyana, and Vasiha. Sanskrit editions and annotated translations. In Sources of Indian Law, ed. Patrick Olivelle. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass. 783 pages. * Olivelle, J. Patrick. 1999. Dharmasutras: The Law Codes of Ancient India (annotated translation of the Dharmasutras of Apastamba, Gautama, Baudhayana, and Vasistha). Oxford World's Classics. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 480 pages. * Olivelle, J. Patrick. 1998. The Early Upanisads: Annotated Text and Translation. (edition with variants, translation, and notes) South Asia Research Series. New York: Oxford University Press. 700 pages. * Olivelle, J. Patrick. 1996. The Upanisads. (annotated translation of 12 early Upanisads). Oxford World's Classics. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 504 pages.
The site also offers online access to several of the forty articles [in PDF format] by Prof. Olivelle [asnic.utexas.edu/asnic/olivelle/articles.htm]


Internet Archive (www.archive.org)

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