0 acres being artificiallysupplied with water; of these, 145,933 acres are irrigated by Govern-ment works from the different branches of the Western Jumna Canal,and 103,227 acres by private enterprise from wells. The use of manure ison the increase.
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ommentary on Isaia, are placed by the Benedictineeditors in the Appendix of Volume 1 of St. Basil's works,Patrologia Graeca, Vol. 30, as doubtful or clearly spuriousworks of St. Basil. Two other exegetic homilies, On the Formof Man, are included by t
ians and allied workers . . 7Lists and descriptions of historicalmaterials 10Bibliography 11Printed works 12Manuscripts 17Cartography 19Iconography 19Other lists and descriptions . . 21Repositories and custodians of his-torical materials 25Nationwide
vamsa as well as in the Sârakdnda of Ananda-râmâyana. So Bhasamight hâve taken one of the above two works as sources for this order.For several reasons which are substantiated in the following paragraphs,I can confidently say that Bhâsa has taken thi
anon in that country, as it was arrano-edbetween the years G7 and 1285 A.n., includes It 10 distinctworks, comprising 558G books. But these form only afractional part of the entire Buddhist Literature which isspread throughout the Empire. And yet of
and there is sofficient evi-dence to prove that he not only meditated, bat completed some historicalworks on his favourite subjects. Of these, however, only one has de-scended to our day, namely, his Apologia pro Htbemia advernu CamhriCalumnias; whic
ly be a shadow of what it is today. Arguably, one of his most important political and philosophical works was his Two Treatises of Government. There he argues that the function of the state is to protect the natural rights of its citizens, primarily
s whose festivals are celebrated, aredivided into classes, according to their various situations,or works or sufferings. Apostles, martyrs, confessorswho were bishops, confessors who were not bishops, vir-gins, holy women, itc.XIX. After the proper M