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  (35) Max Müller. A paid employee, who translated the Rigved in a demeaning style. The hidden secrets of his life.
Max Müller was a British agent, especially employed (in 1847) to write the translations of the Vedas in such a demeaning way so that the Hindus should lose faith in them.
Max Müller was paid £4 per sheet of his writing which comes to £800 of today (1999).
Max Müller’s letters dated August 25, 1856 and December 16, 1868 reveal the fact that he was desperate to bring Christianity into India so that the religion of the Hindus should be doomed.
encyclopediaofauthentichinduism.org /articles/35_max_muller.htm   (1041 words)

 Max Mueller   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Born in 1823 as the son of the celebrated German poet Wilhelm Mueller in a city called Dessau, in the east of Germany, Max Mueller studied classical and modern linguistics, ethnology and psychology at the University of Leipzig until 1943.
By this time Mueller had already published another controversial work with the title ‘The History of Ancient Sanskrit Literature’, which corresponded to his attitude that the discovery of Sanskrit is “to make the mind of man wider, his heart larger and his sympathies world-embracing”.
Mueller was devoted to his idea that the science of religion, linguistics, philosophy and, above all, Indology should not develop into a domain of a few specialists and remain isolated from the ordinary people and from all affairs of human life.
www.chennaionline.com /cityfeature/Chennai-German/08story01.asp   (921 words)

 Ritter Max Von Muller
Following a particularly hectic combat, Max, enthused over the early successes of the single seater pilots like Buddecke, Boelcke, Immelmann and von Althaus, applied to his C.O. for a transfer to single-seaters, but Rutz refused to release him since he was one of the key pilots of the unit.
The machine that proved his undoing came from 21 Squadron RFC, the first corps squadron to be equipped with the RE 8 and the unit that was generally held to be the finest artillery observation squadron on the Western Front.
Max Muller died as he would of wished, at the height of his fame flying for his beloved Fatherland.
www.rogersstudy.co.uk /medals/muller/muller.html   (1891 words)

 Max Muller
Max Muller was a strong, loud, and sometimes lone voice in many of the major intellectual and political debates of his time, especially over the implications of the reigning Indo-European (or Aryan) linguistic theories on the legitimacy of British colonial rule.
As a result, those that have been included represent a mere sampling of his voluminous output, but a sampling, nevertheless, that pres­ents to the reader the range of Muller's research interests in the origins of language, mythology, and religion.
In addition, in view of Muller's wide-ranging interests in the comparative study of religion, mythology, folklore, linguistics, metaphysics, and human cognition, the selections in this "essential Max Muller" should be of interest to scholars and students in fields as diverse as religious studies, philosophy, anthropology, early linguistic theory, and the history of Western ideas.
www.wordtrade.com /society/mullermax.htm   (1628 words)

 Max Ritter von Müller
He was one of the eight children of the merchant Max Müller and his wife Margarethe Wiesmüller.
Max Ritter von Müller got KIA flying his Albatros D.V 5405 in a dogfight with a British Fokker Triplane.
Today, many of Max Ritter von Müllers personal belongings like shoulder pads, letters, the diary as well as several other things are in possession of Mr.
www.jastaboelcke.de /aces/max_v_mueller/mueller_bio.htm   (758 words)

 Kamat Research Database - Max Mueller
Max Mueller was born at Dessau in Germany in 1823, the only son of Wilhelm Mueller, a distinguished poet, some of whose poems were set to music by Franz Schubert.
Taking has decorate in philosophy in 1943, Max Mueller proceeded to the University of Berlin in 1844 to continue his work on Sanskrit and philosophy under Franz Bopp, the founder of the Science of Comparative Philosophy, and under Friendrich von Schelling, the eminent philosopher.
With the translation of the Rig-Veda, and innumerable publications on Indian religion and literature, Max Mueller ushered in renaissance of India's culture and was its greatest interpreter to the Western world.
www.kamat.com /database/biographies/max_mueller.htm   (506 words)

 Libraries in Chennai - www.chennaibest.com
The Max Mueller Bhavan library is a neat environment conducive to constructive learning and reference.
It is located in the heart of the Max Mueller Bhavan, named after the famous indologist, Friedrich Max Mueller and is a branch of the Goethe Institute, Munich, Germany.
The Max Mueller Bhavan also has a language department that conducts language classes and a programme department which organises cultural programmes.
www.chennaibest.com /cityresources/Education/libraries2.asp   (493 words)

 india indology - early indologists, giving Vedas little credit, spread misinformation
Fredrich Max Mueller (1823-1900) was born in Dessau and educated in Leipzig, where he learned Sanskrit and translated the Hitopadesa of Pandita Visnu Sarma before coming to England in 1846.
Mueller harshly criticised the view of the German scholar, Dr. Spiegel, who claimed that the Biblical theory of the creation of the world is borrowed from the ancient religion of the Persians or Iranians.
Mueller may also be credited with the popularization of the aryan racial theory, Writing for the Anthropological Review in 1870, Mueller classified the human race into seven categories on an ascending scale - with the Aborigines on the lowest rung and the "Aryan" type supreme.
www.gosai.com /chaitanya/saranagati/html/vedic-upanisads/india-indology_2.html   (4438 words)

 maxmueller at seagull   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Named after the pioneer Indologist, Friedrich Max Mueller, the institute has been a very important part of the cultural and intellectual lives of the cities in which it has established itself.
This is particularly so in Calcutta, where the Max Mueller Bhavan has played a significant role both in the dissemination of German culture and language and in fostering various forms of cooperative efforts in the sphere of art and culture.
First, to maintain continuity of library facilities to the extent possible, ensuring that the book-collection of the MMB Library should remain accessible to the book lovers of Calcutta, and second, perhaps the more important, to keep the collection together as a whole.
www.seagullindia.com /mmb/mmb.html   (484 words)

 Do you know?
There are no fewer than seven Max Mueller Bhavans in India named after him.
In New Delhi, the Max Mueller Bhavan is a distinctive landmark in one of the most prestigious locations of that great city.
Max Mueller is only one of a galaxy of ‘great friends’ who under British sponsorship re-wrote Indian history.
www.thevedicfoundation.org /do_you_know/3.html   (321 words)

 The Hindu : Max Mueller Bhavan to host film festival from Friday
Max Mueller Bhavan, in association with FilmFernsehFond Bayern and gotoBavaria, will hold film festival showcasing the cream of recent films produced in Bavaria, Germany and South India.
Limited entry passes will be issued from Monday at Max Mueller Bhavan during working hours.
A high-level delegation of filmmakers, producers, technicians and trade personnel from Germany will interact with their Indian counterparts during the festival and explore the possibilities for joint ventures and collaborations.
www.hindu.com /2003/10/27/stories/2003102710010300.htm   (285 words)

 HERE-NOW4U :Bosch, Lourens Peter van den :Theosophy or Pantheism? - Notes
A History (London, 1975), XI f; 35-46; J.M. Kitagawa and J.S. Strong, 'Friedrich Max Müller and the Comparative Study of Religion', in: N. Smart, J. Clayton, S. Katz and P. Sherry (eds), Nineteenth Century Religious Thought in the West(3 vols), vol.
Hegel is frequently mentioned in the Gifford Lectures and criticized on account of his lack of respect for the facts; see e.g.
F. Max Müller, 'Kant's Critique of Pure Reason', (Preface to his translation of I. Kant Critique of Pure Reason, London 1881) repr.
www.here-now4u.de /eng/boschnotes.htm   (1935 words)

 Department of Religious Studies
Friedrich Max Müller--German scholar of the religions of India and early historian of language and myth--is considered along with Egyptologist C.P. Tiele as one of the founders of the science of religion.
Although he first considered a career as a poet and musician, Müller eventually settled on life as a gifted scholar of languages mastering Greek, Latin, Arabic, Persian, and Sanskrit.
The fourth and last is philosophy, or a critique of the powers of reason in their legitimate working on the data of experience."
www.as.ua.edu /rel/aboutrelbiomuller.html   (350 words)

 Professor Max Mueller on Buddhism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The distinguished Sanskritist Max Muller delivered last year before the University of Glasgow a series of lectures -- called Gifford Lectures -- upon Religions, and made the following remarks about Buddhism which will be of interest: --
The essence of Buddhist morality is a belief in Karma, that is, of work done in this or in a former life, which must go on producing effects till the last penny is paid.
But who, asks Muller, has the right so to narrow the definition of the word religion that it should cease to be applicable to Buddhism, which is the creed of the majority of mankind?
www.theosophy-nw.org /theosnw/books/wqj-all/j-mueller.htm   (271 words)

 History in Review - Egyptian Mythology, by W. Max Müller
Egyptologists and amateurs alike have long been fascinated by the breadth and vibrancy of the Egyptian Myths.
In Egyptian Mythology, Wilhelm Max Müller presents a comprehensive and mesmerizing overview of Egyptian mythology ranging from origin myths to cultic practices.
Further, this text is enhanced by the inclusion of more than 230 line figures that help to illuminate the text.
www.largeprintreviews.com /wmaxmuller.html   (336 words)

 The New York Review of Books: The Curious Case of Max Müller
Friedrich Max Müller, P.C. by Nirad C. Chaudhuri
Few eminent Victorians have been so much forgotten as Max Müller; and few academic reputations that were once as high as his have fallen so low.
Even in Oxford, where he spent most of his working life, from 1848 to 1900, he is seldom mentioned except as the man who called Wilhelm II 'the nicest emperor I know' and whose wife, after they had given luncheon to an Oriental potentate, received by post the Imperial Order of Chastity, Third Class.
www.nybooks.com /articles/article-preview?article_id=9239   (368 words)

 Chronicles of Love & Resentment CXCII
Max Müller, editor of the Vedas, was the most important Sanskritist of the nineteenth century and arguably its major figure in the study of religion as well.
Despite the naivety of his ideas about religion and his failure to formulate a clear thesis of language origin, Müller was the first to conceive an originary anthropology that gives language and religion equal weight.
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www.anthropoetics.ucla.edu /views/vw192.htm   (1902 words)

 HighBeam Encyclopedia - Müller, Max   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
MÜLLER, MAX [Müller, Max] (Friedrich Maximilian Müller, Friedrich Max Müller, or Friedrich Max-Müller), 1823-1900, German philologist and Orientalist, b.
After specializing in Sanskrit in Germany, he went to Oxford, where he lived for the remainder of his life.
More information is at your fingertips at HighBeam Research:
www.encyclopedia.com /html/M/MullrM1.asp   (144 words)

 Ramakrishna, His Life and Sayings Index   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
His often earthy sayings and short fables are immediately comprehensible to everyone, using vivid metaphors which employ everyday objects and settings to express deep Hindu philosophical concepts.
This collection of sayings was collected by his followers after his death and translated by Max Müller.
PRODUCTION NOTES: this book uses the same transcription system as the Sacred Books of the East.
www.sacred-texts.com /hin/rls/index.htm   (185 words)

 BRILL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
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He has written various articles on Vedic subjects, on the practice of widow burning and on Friedrich Max Müller.
Friedrich Max Müller was one of the great scholars of the nineteenth century.
www.brill.nl /product.asp?ID=10363   (403 words)

 Upanishads On-Line, from the translation by Max Müller - The Gold Scales
Upanishads On-Line, from the translation by Max Müller - The Gold Scales
Major upanishads on top of the translations by Max Müller of 1879 and 1884
For the sake of easy reading several diacritical marks are dropped, except in quotations, where they belong.
oaks.nvg.org /pv6bk6.html   (16793 words)

 Max Mueller - Free Music Downloads, Videos, CDs, MP3s, Bio, Merchandise and Links   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Max Mueller - Free Music Downloads, Videos, CDs, MP3s, Bio, Merchandise and Links
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Commerical recording facility located in Baltimore, MD. Currently working on the new release by Max Mueller with Nick Bertling and Jay A. Turner.
www.artistdirect.com /nad/music/artist/webs/0,,689715,00.html   (96 words)

 NPG 1276; (Friedrich) Max Müller
2 of 7 portraits of (Friedrich) Max Müller
Artist associated with 64 portraits, Sitter in 23 portraits.
National Portrait Gallery, St Martin's Place, London WC2H OHE.
www.npg.org.uk /live/search/portrait.asp?LinkID=mp03028&rNo=1&role=sit   (35 words)

 Max Müller   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Müller, Max (Friedrich Maximilian Müller, Friedrich Max Müller, or Friedrich Max-Müller), 1823–1900, German philologist and Orientalist, b.
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 The Dhammapada
The most important cause in this universe for the Buddhist is thought (see Dhammapada 1)
   Your translation is taken from The Dhammapada, translated from the Pali by F. Max Müller (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1881).
The Tibetan mandalas are from the Rossi collection (©Rossi estate) and are reproduced courtesy of the Rossi people; the Shakyamuni Buddha image is from the Asian Art pages reproduced with their gracious permission.
www.wsu.edu /~dee/BUDDHISM/DHAMMA.HTM   (3430 words)

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