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The Ramayana and the Mahabharata condensed into English Verse by Romesh C. Dutt (London: J.M. Dent, 1917).
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The following is a list of the various editions of “The Ramayana”:
“The Ramayana,” edited by S. Goressio (with Italian translation). 10 vols. 1843-58, 1859-60 (Calcutta), 1888 (Bombay).
English translations: by Kirtee Bass. 5 vols. Serampore, 1802. “The Ramayuna of Valmeeki, in the original Sungscrit, with a Prose Translation and Explanatory Notes.” W. Carey and J. Marshman. 1806-10.
An English translation for “Nirvachanothara Ramayanum” (i.e. the “Uttara Ramayana” attributed to Vúlmíki, with Commentary). Madras, 1880.
Free English translation by R. T. H. Griffith. 5 vols. 1870-75.
Translation into English Prose. Edited by Manmatha Nath Dutt. 1889, 1892-94.
Condensed into English Verse by Romesh Dutt. 1899 (Temple Classics), 1900.
Sir M. Williams, “Indian Epic Poetry, with full Analysis of the Ramayana and Mahabharata.” 1863.
J. T. Wheeler, “History of India.” 1867, &c.
J. C. Oman, “Struggles of the Dawn, the Stories of the Great Indian Epics, Ramayana,” &c. 1893. “The Great Indian Epics,” &c. 1894, 1899 (Bohn).
The following is a list of the various editions of “The Maha-Bharata”:
Complete edition, Calcutta, 1834-39, 4 vols.; Bombay, 1863; re-edited, with commentary by Nitakantha Govinda, 1890.
Translations into English Prose, by Protap Chandra Roy, 1883; (Sanscrit text of Maharshi Vyas, with complete English and Hindi translations, 1902, &c.).
“Virtue’s Triumph; or, The Mahâ-Bhârata.” By Rai Bahadur, P. Anunda Charlu. 1894.
Prose literal translation, by Manmatha Nath Dutt. 1895.
Condensed into English verse by Romesh Dutt (Temple Classics). 1898. The same, with Introduction by W. Max-Müller. 1899.
(Many English translations of portions of the whole epic have been published.)
H. H. Wilson, “Essays on the Religion of the Hindoos.” 1862.
Sir M. Williams, “Indian Epic Poetry,” &c. 1863.
Wheeler, “The Vedic Period and the Mahabharata.” 1867.
Buehler and Kirste, “Indian Studies, Contributions to the History of the Mahabharata.” 1892.
J. C. Oman (see above).
V. Fausboll, “Indian Mythology, according to the Mahabharata in Outline” (Oriental Religions Series, Luzac, vol. i.). 1903.
“Rāgānāma Ramkrishna Bhāguvata,” an attempt to analyse the Mahabharata from the higher Brahminical standpoint. 1905.
Chintāmani Vināyaka Vaidya, “The Mahabharata; a Criticism.” 1905. “Epic India; or, India as described in the Mahabharata and Ramayana.” 1907.