Max Muller


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Max Müller

(German maks ˈmylər)
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Noun1.Max Müller - British philologist (born in Germany) who specialized in Sanskrit (1823-1900)Max Muller - British philologist (born in Germany) who specialized in Sanskrit (1823-1900)
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Tenders are invited for Restoration of footpath cut by Reliance Jio and MTNL at Max Muller Marg and Rajesh Pilot Marg in connection with K-II HEAD.
Hardy--to analyze the cross-cultural engagements of Max Muller, James Legge, and the Chinese Union Version of the Bible.
Max Muller puts the date for Rig Veda to be around 1500 BC, while Bal Gangadhar Tilak, based on astronomical alignments, puts the period to around 8000- 10000 BC and Yakobi puts it to be around 5000 BC," Ramesh Bhardwaj, head of the Sanskrit department, told M AIL T ODAY .
Even, the distinguished German scholar and Indologist, Friedrich Max Muller, was overwhelmed by the spiritual bonding that he discovered in Indians, hailing from manifold caste and creed.
Whether through its own subsidiaries, joint ventures or trading partners: "For us, export is consistently a central pillar in our growth strategy that we will strengthen," said ALNO CEO Max Muller.
I saw victims who had one side of their face melted," Max Muller, who was walking by and started to film some of the chaotic early morning scenes from outside the club, told AFP.
German philologist Max Muller added, "Sanskrit is the greatest language of the world.
Right now the next species that might terrorize the Great Lakes could be on its way to the United States," said Max Muller, policy director for Environment Illinois.
Among them are Friedrich Max Muller and the annunciation of a new science, Andrew Lang's anti-positivist critique, the orthodoxy monumentalized by James.
According to Max Muller (1823 - 1900), a key figure in the scholarly study of the world's faiths and someone well aware of how religion can be a source of inspiration or terror, 'To learn to understand one another is the great art of life'.
In his discussion of this final point O Conchubhair politely but firmly ushers An tAthair Peadar Ua Laoghaire off the podium where he has long stood as the triumphant champion of caint na ndaoine, replacing him with the German philologist Max Muller, whose influence on both his professional colleagues and the general public, including Irish-language activists, O Conchubhair convincingly establishes.
Germany captain Max Muller said the penalty corners proved to be the decisive factor.