検索キーワード：(件名: #Sanskrit literature--Translations into English.)
Vikrama's adventures; : or, The thirty-two tales of the throne, a collection of stories about King Vikrama, as told by the thirty-two statuettes that supported his throne, edited in four different recensions of the Sanskrit original (Vikrama-charita or Sinhasana-dvatrinçaka) / and translated into English with an introduction, by Franklin Edgerton.
Cambridge, Mass., : Harvard University Press , 1926.. - (Harvard oriental series ; v. 26-27). - (Harvard oriental series.)
The Veda of the Black Yajus school, entitled Taittiriya Sanhita. : Translated from the original Sanskrit prose and verse by Arthur Berriedale Keith.
Delhi : Motilal Banarsidass , . - (Harvard oriental series. ; 18-19)
The Bhagavad gita : or, The Lord's lay with commentary and notes, as well as references to the Christian Scriptures. / Translated from Sanskrit by Mohini M. Chatterji. Pref. by Ainslie Embree.
New York : Julian Press , 1960.
The Bhagavadgita : with an introductory essay / Sanskrit text, English translation and notes by S. Radhakrishnan.
London : G. Allen & Unwin , 
Hindu literature : comprising the Book of Good Counsels, Nala and Damayanti, Sakoontala, the Ramayana and Poems of Toru Dutt / with critical and biographical sketches by Epiphanius Wilson.
Rev. ed.. - London : Colonial Press , . - (The world's great classics)
Tales of ancient India / translated from the Sanskrit by J. A. B. Van Buitenen.
Chicago : University of Chicago Press , 1959.. - (Phoenix books)
Raja-çekhara's Karpuramañjari : a drama by the Indian poet Rajaçekhara (about 900 A.D.) / critically edited in the original Prakrit, with a glossarial index, and an essay on the life and writings of the poet by Sten Konow and translated into English with notes by Charles Rockwell Lanman.
Delhi : Motilal Banarsidass , . - (Harvard oriental series. ; v. 4)
The Maha-bharata, epic of the Bharatas / condensed into English verse by Romesh C. Dutt.
Allahabad : Kitabistan , 
The Ramayana : epic of Rama, prince of India / condensed into English verse by Romesh C. Dutt.