You have got several options to conduct search queries:
To search the bibliography for individual authors or publishers, you can enter fornames and/or surnames (or even parts of names) in the search field on the upper left.
When selecting the option "Keywords" in the search interface, you can search the bibiliography for certain subject terms.
When selecting the option "Quoted Passages" in the search interface, you can enter a reference to a passage from primary literature (e.g.: Bhg 2,42) search the bibliography for publications that quote / discuss this passage. For the appropriate abbreviations see the List of all texts cited in the biography.
In the advanced search mode you can combine several search conditions, i.e. you can e.g. limit your search to publications that were written by Author Wendy Doniger AND deal with bhakti AND were published in 1993.
In the complex search mode you have got even more search options and you can logically combine several search conditions by using the following relational operators:
|"equals"||The value of the search field has to be completely identical to the input string|
|"does not equal"||The value of the search field is not allowed to equal the input string|
|"contains"||The input string has to be contained in the value of the search field|
|"does not contain"||The input string is not contained in the value of the search field|
You can combine these search conditions with AND (restricting) and OR (expanding)
Special characters like umlauts or diacritics have to be entered in TUSTEP-encoding:
In case you need more diacritics than these described above, see our complete encoding reference.
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