Tibetan-English dictionary (title page)

Title

Tibetan-English dictionary (title page)

Subject

Tibetan language--Dictionaries--English
Tibetan language--Dictionaries--Sanskrit

Description

Sarat Chandra Das (1849 – 1917) was headmaster of the (Tibetan) Bhutia Boarding School in Darjeeling and travelled to Tibet several times from 1879 onwards, firstly as scholar and subsequently as spy for the British. Known (pejoratively) as “the Babu”, Chandra Das was one of the models for the “Great Game” sections of Kipling’s Kim, particularly the figure of Hurree Babu, a would-be ethnographer who makes great use of disguise in his espionage work.

Creator

Das, Sarat Chandra, 1849-1917

Source

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Publisher

NUI Maynooth Library

Date

1902

Contributor

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Rights

copyright NUIM

Relation

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Format

JPEG image

Language

English
Tibetan

Type

Text

Identifier

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Coverage

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Text

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Original Format

Paper

Files

A Tibetan-English Dictionary (title page).jpg

Citation

Das, Sarat Chandra, 1849-1917 , “Tibetan-English dictionary (title page)
,” NUI Maynooth Library, accessed July 20, 2017, http://nuimlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/9.