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The name is unexplained; for a pseudo-etymology see KB. 30, 8; SB. 8, 3, 4, 1. 104 AiB. 6, 28; KB. 30, 4 are aware of this parallelism. 105 p o r particulars: SCHEFTELOWITZ, at ZDMG 74, p. 192; for the Dadhyanc myth of RV. 1, 117, 22, ibidem, p. 200. 106 See SCHEFTELOWITZ, at WZKM 35, p. Dh. I I , p. 815. 107 Edition: R. MEYER, Rgvidhanam, Berlin 1878; J. GONDA, The Rgvidhana, English translation with an introduction and notes, Utrecht, 1951; on the language and composition of the text: M. S. BHAT, at JUB, N.
ALTEKAB, in Proc. 22 Ind. Hist. Congress (1959). g. with K. C. CHATTOPADHYAYA, 8 AIOC, p. 31. Deducing chronological criteria from a preference for definite gods (MANILAL PATEL, 11 AIOC, Pres. address, p. 9) may easily involve circular reasoning; moreover, other factors than chronology may come into play here. ) generations (thus H. R. §aradapithapatrika 8 and 6, Dwarka 1968, p. 1; 1966, p. 1). 27 A. D. PUSALKEB'S view (at Comm. Vol. R. K. Mookerji, II, Allahabad 1947, p. 551): the Aryans were autochthones in India, is completely untenable.
R. §aradapithapatrika 8 and 6, Dwarka 1968, p. 1; 1966, p. 1). 27 A. D. PUSALKEB'S view (at Comm. Vol. R. K. Mookerji, II, Allahabad 1947, p. 551): the Aryans were autochthones in India, is completely untenable. 28 For dissentient views see above n. g. A. HILLEBBANDT. AUS Alt- und Neuindien, Breslau 1922, p. 1; PUSALKER, in H. C. I. P. I, p. 244; D. S. TBIVEDI, at ABORI 33, p. 229 (uncritical, in part untenable). See also W. KIRFEL, in Comm. Vol. J. Nobel, New Delhi 1963, p. I l l (a questionable suggestion to derive information from definite similes).