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Hsiatic Society ^boiioovapbs 
A CATALOGUE 

OF 

SOOTH INDIAN SANSKRIT lANOSGRIPTS 

(ESPECIALLY THOSE OF THE WHISH COLLECTION) 

BELONGING TO THE ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY OF 
GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. 



COMPrLED BY 



DR. M. WINTERNITZ 

PROFESSOR IN THK GERMAN UNIVERSITY OF PRAGUE. 



WITH AN APPENDIX BY F. W. THOMAS. 



LONDON 

PUBLISHED BY THE ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY 

22 ALBEMABLK STREET, W. 

1902. 




y The Library 

r University of California, Los Angeles 



The gift of Mrs. Cummings, 1 963 





Printed by W. Drugulin, Leipzig (Germany). 



7L 



THIS VOLUME IS INSCEIBED TO 

PROFESSOR ALFRED LUDWIG 

/ 

AS A TOKEN OF SINCERE FRIENDSHIP AND GRATITUDE 



BY THE COMPILER. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Pages 

Preface • . . . • VII— XI 

Synoptical List of the Numbers of the MSS. 

and the Catalogue Numbers ...... XII — XV 

List of Abbreviations XVI 

Catalogue Nos. 1—190 1—250 

Appendix by F. W. Thomas (Nos. 191—215) . . 261—292 
List of Works arranged according to subjects . 293 — 310 

Index 311—340 

Addenda and Corrigenda 340 



PREFACE. 

The bulk of the MSS. described in this Catalogue belong 
to the Whish Collection of the Royal Asiatic Society of 
Great Britain and Ireland. These MSS. had been acquired 
by C. M. Whish of the Madras Civil Service, and were 
presented to the Society by his brother J. L. Whish Escf 
in July 1836. In most of these MSS. entries with the 
signature of C. M. AVhish are found, and many of them 
show traces of having been read and studied by a Euro- 
pean scholar. The entries are generally dated, the earliest 
date being 1822 \ and the latest 1831. Some of the MSS 
may have been copied for Mr. Whish at that time. A 
certain date can be assigned only to those few MSS.^ 
which are dated by the Kollam era and were written 
between A. D. 1787 and 1827. Most of the others, dated 
by years of the Jupiter cycle, or bearing no dates at all, 
were probably written about the same time, that is to 
say, at the end of the 18 th or the beginning of the 19 th 
century. Only a few MSS. seem to be a good deal older 
and may belong to the earlier part of the 17th century. 
Generally speaking, the MSS. in Malayalam characters 
are older than those written in Grantha. In some of the 
Malayalam MSS.,3 especially in those of apparent greater 
antiquity, the peculiar paging by Aksaras is found to 
which Professor C. Bendall has drawn attention in the 
JRAS, October 1896, pp. 790 sq. According to this 



1 In No. 138 (see p. 194) the date 1817 is probably only indistinctly 
written and meant for 1827. 

2 Nos. 103, 113, 122, 138, 139, 141, 142, 145, 146, 150. 

3 See Nos. 19, 108, 118, 128, 129, 138, 151, 157, 158. 



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system, the Aksaras na\ nna, nya, skra, jhra, M, gra, 
pra, dre, ma are used for the numbers 1 — 10, tha, la, -pta, 
la, tra, tru or tru, cl, na for 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90. 
For 100 and 200 the signs ^~^^ and *^^ (= na and 
nna?) are used.^ 

Besides the Whish MSS. there are also a number of 
other South Indian MSS. (Sansk. Nos. 1—28) described in 
this Catalogue, about which I could not get any satisfactory 
information. I found them mixed up with a large number 
of Tamil MSS. Prof. Ehys Davids tells me that they 
were always kept together with the Whish MSS., and he 
is inclined to think that they, too, belong to the same 
collection though "it is not quite certain that they really 
formed part of the Whish donation." They are nearly 
all written in Grautha, and seem, for the greater part, to 
have been written at the end of the 18 th and the beginning 
of the 19 th century. 

But though the MSS. here described are not distinguished 
by great age, there are many rare and valuable MSS. 
among them. Perhaps the most important of all are the 
Mahabharata MSS. which represent a distinct recension 
of the great Epic. Some years ago — at the International 
Congress of Orientalists in Paris, 1897 — I first drew 
attention to these MSS., and pointing out the great differ- 
ences between the text offered by these South-Indian MSS. 
and that of the Calcutta and Bombay editions — the so- 
called Vulgata — , I showed the insufficiency of the latter, 
and made an appeal for a critical edition of the 
Mahabharata which I declared to be the sine qua non 
of any critical study of the great Epic. This appeal met 
with much sympathy among Sanskrit scholars, and there 
is now every reason to hope that such a critical edition 
will be begun in no distant future. The Whish MSS. of 
the Mahabharata to which we thus owe the plan of a 



» Sometimes the first leaf is marked with '■harih irV, and the 
paging by na, nna, nya etc. begins with the second leaf, e. g. in No. 157. 

2 For other ways of numbering the pages by Aksaras, see pp. 21, 
27, 93, 166, 178, 221. 



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critical editiou of the great epic, will prove invaluable 
whenever this plan is to be carried out. 

Among the Vedic MSS., I may point out a MS. of the 
Taittiriya-Aranyaka (No. 178) which should prove 
useful for a critical editiou of that text — a great desi- 
deratum, as Rajendralala Mitra's edition is anything but 
satisfactory. 

Several MSS. of our Collection have already been used 
or are still being used for critical editions, e. g. the MSS. 
of Sayana's Rgveda-Bhasya (Nos. la, 2 and 13), of the 
Grhyasiitra, Mantrapatha, and Dharmasiltra of the Apa- 
stambius with their Commentaries (Nos. 26, 27, 37), and of 
Sayana's Commentary on the Mantrabrahmana (No. 86).^ 

How valuable the MS. Collections of the Royal Asiatic 
Society w'ere, has already been known since 1890, when 
a rough list of the titles of the Sanskrit MSS. in the 
Todd and "Whish Collections of the Society was published 
(JRAS, N. S., Vol. XXII, pp. 801—813). It was intended 
then ali-eady to publish a proper catalogue as soon as the 
funds of the Society would permit. But it w^as considered 
probable that so long a period would necessarily elapse 
before this could be done, that it was advisable at once 
to publish such a rough list, however incomplete and in- 
correct. And it will, indeed, be now seen that the Whish 
Collection, at any rate, contains many more numbers and 
above all many more works and fragments of works than 
those mentioned in the rough list.^ 

The forecast of delay was also fully justified by the event. 
The rough hst appeared in 1890. We are now in 1902. 
But when, in May 1894, the preparation of this catalogue 



1 A MS. 'Whish No. 66' mentioned by Prof. Kern as having been 
used for his edition of the Aryabhatlya (Leiden 1874) has not been 
found among the MSS. which 1 have catalogued. 

2 For a complete list of all the numbers of the Whish Collection 
including also those which contain vernacular (chiefly Malayalam) 
texts and have therefore not been described in this Catalogue, see 
below pp. XII— XV. 



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was entrusted to me by the Council of the Society the 
funds available were not sufficient to enable me to give my 
whole time to the work. I have been working at it, 
while I was living at Oxford, for several years, but the 
work had often to be interrupted on account of more 
pressing professional work. In 1898 I left England, and 
some of the MSS. had to be sent over to Prague, so 
that the progress of the work became still slower. Finally, 
to avoid further delays, Mr. Thomas kindly undertook 
to describe the MSS. which I had not yet seen, and their 
descriptions will be found in the Appendix as Nos. 191-215. 
A Catalogue of Sanskrit MSS. is of not much use, unless 
extracts from the works they contain are given. For in 
most cases the mere title of a Sanskrit work tells us 
nothing about its character or contents. And even in the 
case of well-known texts, a few short extracts (at least 
the beginning and the end) seem to me necessary, in order 
to give some idea of the correctness and value of a MS. 
With this end in view I have given extracts, however 
short, from nearly every MS., and I have made a point 
of copying these extracts as accurately as possible from 
the MSS. A compiler of a catalogue is- not an editor, 
and I did not think it the duty of the compiler to correct 
his quotations. Wherever corrections suggested themselves 
to me, I have given them in parenthesis or banished them 
to footnotes.' The peculiar orthography of South Indian 
MSS. has also been retained throughout. Thus, as regards 
the nasals, I have written with tlie MSS. annan tu, sarasva- 
tin devim etc. (and not annam tu, sarasvatim de°), and as 
regards the Sandhi before sibilants I have followed the 
MSS. in omitting the Visarga before a sibilant with 
following consonant (puna ^rutih, °vimsa strijatakam etc.). 
I have also written with the MSS. talpara, ulpanna etc., 
and even atpa for alpa, also tatbuddhis, patma etc. for 



' Words or Aksaras added by conjecture, have been put in pa- 
renthesis ( ), while square brackets [ ] have been used to mark 
words and syllables as to be omitted. 



tadbu°, paclma etc., ^runu for ^rnu, and cerebral 1 between 
two vowels, e. g. Kalidasa, man gala, etc. Only in the 
Index I have used the ordinary ortliography. 

In preparing a catalogue of South Indian MSS. one has 
to encounter far greater difficulties than in having to deal 
with Nagarl MSS. The reading of palm leaves is always 
very trying to the eyes, and the Malayalam characters 
are particularly difficult to read, and often very indistinct. 
Moreover the leaves are frequently mutilated or rubbed 
off, especially at the beginning and at the end, and — 
what is the worst — one MS. generally contains fragments 
of several difi'erent works, without beginning and end. 

In overcoming these difficulties, I had, as every compiler 
of a Sanskrit catalogue now has, the help of Professor 
Aufeecht's monumental work, the Catalogus Catalo- 
gorum. But I had also the good fortune of Prof. Auf- 
eecht's more immediate help, for he was kind enough to 
take the trouble of reading the proofs, and I owe to him 
many most valuable suggestions and corrections, and in 
more than one case he has helped me to identify some 
short and very puzzling fragment. I am fulfilling a pleasant 
duty in expressing to him my sincerest thanks for all the 
trouble he has taken in making this Catalogue more useful 
than it would have been without his generous help. My 
thanks are due, also, to Professor Lijd\vig who kindly read 
a revise, and has suggested to me some valuable emen- 
dations in the extracts. Finally I have to thank Professor 
Ehys Davids to whom the initiation of tliis undertaking 
is due, for the kindly interest he has throughout taken 
in the work. 

Prague, August 1902. M. Winternitz. 



SYNOPTICAL LIST OF THE NUMBERS OF THE 
MSS. AND THE CATALOGUE NUMBERS. 







Cat.-No. 






Cat.-No 


Whish No. 


1— 1 


Whish No. 


27—28 


» 


55 


2— 2 


55 


55 


28—29 


51 


55 


3— 3 


55 


55 


29—30 


H 


55 


4— 4 


55 


55 


30—31 


H 


55 


5— 5 


55 


55 


31-32 


H 


55 


6— 6 


55 


55 


32—33 


» 


55 


7— 7 


55 


55 


33—34 


« 


•5 


8— 8 


55 


55 


34-35 


55 


55 


9— 9 


51 


55 


35—36 


51 


55 


10—10 


55 


55 


36 A 1 


51 


55 


11—11 


55 


55 


36 b| 


55 

55 


55 
55 


12(2)| 


55 
55 


55 
55 


37—38 
38—39 


n 


55 


13—13 


55 


55 


39—40 


55 


55 


13a- 14 


55 


55 


40—41 


55 


5? 


14—15 


55 


55 


41—42 


55 


55 


15-16 


55 


55 


42—43 


55 


55 


16-17 


55 


55 


43 44 


55 


55 


17—18 


55 


55 


44—191 


55 


;; 


18-19 


55 


55 


45—45 


55 


55 


19—20 


55 


55 


46-46 


55 


55 


20—21 


55 


55 


47—192 


55 


55 


21—22 


55 


55 


48-47 


55 


55 


22—23 


55 


55 


49—48 


55 


55 


23—24 


55 


55 


50—49 


55 


55 


24—25 


n 


55 


51—50 


55 


55 


25—26 


n 


n 


52—51 


55 


55 


26-27 


n 


n 


53—52 



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Cat.-No. 






Cat-No. 


Whish 


No. 


54—53 


Whish No. 


88— 89 


» 


H 


55—54 


55 


55 


89— 90 


V 


« 


56—55 


55 


55 


90— 91 


Tl 


» 


57—56 


55 


55 


91— 92 


» 


55 


58(1)1 57 


55 


55 


92— 93 


H 


55 


58(2)} 


55 


55 


93— 94 


H 


55 


59-58 


» 


55 


94— 95 


?5 


55 


60—59 


11 


55 


95— 96 


» 


55 


61—60 


55 


55 


96— 97 


H 


55 


62—61 


55 


55 


97— 98 


» 


55 


63—62 


55 


55 


98— 99 


« 


55 


64-63 


55 


55 


99—100 


»5 


55 


65—64 


55 


55 


100—101 


» 


55 


66—65 


5? 


55 


101—102 


« 


55 


67—66 


55 


55 


102—103 


« 


55 


68—67 


55 


55 


103—104 


>; 


55 ■ 


69A— 68 


55 


55 


104—105 


n 


55 


69 B— 69 


55 


55 


105—106 


n 


55 


70—70 


55 


55 


106—107 


« 


55 


71—71 


55 


55 


107—108 


M 


55 


72—72 


55 


55 


108-109 


« 


55 


73—73 


55 


55 


109—110 


n 


55 


74—74 


55 


55 


llOA— HI 


11 


55 


75—75 


55 


55 


HOB— 112 


11 


55 


76—76 


55 


55 


111 — 113 


11 


55 


77—77 


55 


55 


112 A— 114 


11 


55 


78-78 


55 


55 


112 B— 115 


11 


55 


79—79 


55 


55 


113-116 


11 


55 


80—80 


55 


55 


114—117 


11 


55 


81—81 


55 


55 


115—118 


11 


55 


82—82 


55 


55 


116—119 


11 


55 


83—83 


55 


55 


117—120 


11 


55 


84A— 84 


55 


55 


118—121 


11 


55 


84B-85 


55 


55 


119—122 


« 


55 


85—86 


55 


55 


120 not Sanskrit 


11 


55 
55 


86—87 
87—88 


55 
n 


55 


121—123 
122—124 



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Cat.-No. 

WhishNo. 123-125 

„ „ 124 not Sanskrit 

„ 125 A— 126 

„ „ 125 B not Sanskrit 

„ „ 126—127 

„ „ 127—128 

„ „ 128—129 

„ 129—130 

„ 130—131 
„ ,,131 not Sanskrit 

„ 132—132 

„ 133—133 

„ „ 134—134 

„ „ 135 not Sanskrit 

„ 136—135 

„ „ 137—136 

„ „ 138 not Sanskrit 

„ 139—137 

„ „ 140—138 

„ „ 141-139 

„ „ 142-140 

„ „ 143-141 

„ „ 144-142 

„ „ 145-143 

„ „ 146-144 

„ „ 147-145 

„ „ 148-146 

„ „ 149-147 

„ 150-148 

„ „ 151-149 

„ „ 152—150 
„ ,,153 not Sanskrit 

„ „ 154-151 

„ „ 155-152 

„ „ 156 not Sanskrit 

" » ^^' 11 » 

„ 158—153 



Whish No. 



Oat.-Ko. 

159—154 
160—155 

161 not Sanskrit 

162 — 156 
163—157 
164 — 158 
165—159 

166 not Sanskrit 

167—193 

168 not Sanskrit 

169—160 

170 not Sanskrit 

171—161 

172—162 

173 not Sanskrit 

174-163 

175—164 

176—165 

177—166 

178 — 167 

179—168 

180—211 

181—169 

182—170 

183—171 

184—172 

185 not Sanskrit 

186—207 

187A-195 

187 B— 203 

188—173 

189—174 

190—175 

191—176 

192—177 

193—178 

194—179 



~^^ XY K- 







Cat.-No. 




Cat.-No 


Whish No. 


195-180 


Sansk. No. 15—199 


Sansk. 


No. 


1—181 


11 


, 16—200 


■>: 


11 


2—182 


:i 


, 17—201 


11 


11 


3—183 


» 


, 18—202 


It 


n 


4—184 


n 


, 19-204 


» 


^^ 


5—185 


11 


, 20—205 


n 


n 


6 186 


15 


, 21—206 


51 


11 


7—187 


51 


, 22—208 


n 


11 


8—188 


» 


, 23—209 


11 


11 


9—189 


51 


, 24—210 


» 


n 


10-190 


55 


, 25-212 


11 


n 


11—194 


11 


, 26—213 


11 


15 


12—196 


15 


, 27-214 


11 
11 


11 
11 


13—197 
14 198 


51 


, 28—215 



■^>^H$- 



LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS. 



Aufrecht CC = Oatalogus Catalogorum, by Th. Aufrecht. Leipzig 

1891. Part II, Leipzig 1896. 
Aufrecht- Oxford = Catalogi Codicum Manuscriptorum Bibliothecae 

Bodleianae Pars Septima, Codices Sanseriticos completens. Con- 
fecit Th. Aufrecht. Oxonii 1864. 
Burnell I. O. = Catalogue of a Collection of Sanskrit Manuscripts. 

By A. C. Burnell. Part I Vedic Manuscripts. London 1869. 
Burnell, Tanjore = Classified Index to the Sanskrit MSS. in the Palace 

at Tanjore. Prepared for the Madras Government by A. C. Burnell. 

London 1880. 
Hall = A Contribution towards an Index to the Bibliography of the 

Indian Philosophical Systems. By Fitzedward Hall. Calcutta 1859. 
Hultzsch = Reports on Sanskrit MSS. in Southern India, by Dr. Eugen 

Hultzsch, Nos. 1 & 2. Madras 1895, 1896. 
Ind. Off. = Catalogue of the Sanskrit Manuscripts in the Library of 

the India Office. By Julius Eggeling. London 1887 sqq. Part IV, 

by Ernst Windisch and Julius Eggeling. 
Mitra-Bikaner = A Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts in the Library 

of His Highness the Maharaja of Bikaner. Compiled by Rajen- 

dralala Mitra. Calcutta 1880. 
Mitra, Notices = Notices of Sanskrit Manuscripts, by Rajendralala 

Mitra. Calcutta ]892 sqq. 
Peterson, Reports II, IV = A Second Report of Operations in Search 

of Sanskrit MSS. in the Bombay Circle April 1883— March 1884. 

By Prof. Peter Peterson. Extra Number of the Journal of the 

Bombay Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1884. A Fourth 

Report etc. . . . April 1886 — March 1892 . . . Extra Number of 

the Journal of the Bombay Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 

1894. 
Stein-Jammu == Catalogue of the Sanskrit Manuscripts in the Ra- 

ghunatha Temple Library of His Highness the Maharaja of Jammu 

and Kashmir. Prepared by M. A. Stein. Bombay 1894. 
Weber -Berlin = Die Handschriften -Verzeichnisse der koniglichen 

Bibliothek zu Berlin. Bd. II, Bd. V, 1, 2: Verzeichnis der 

Sanskrit-Handschriften von Albrecht Weber. Berlin 1853, 1886, 
1892. 
Wilson- Mackenzie = Mackenzie Collection. Descriptive Catalogue of 

the Oriental Manuscripts ... of the South of India; collected by the 

late Lieut.-Col. Colin Mackenzie, By H. H.Wilson. Calcutta 1828. 



1. 

Whish No. 1. 

Size: 16fx2 in., 192 leaves, about 9 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date 0/ MS.: 18th or 19tii cent.?i 

Character: Leaves 1 to 73 in Grantha, 74 to the end in Malayalam. 

(a) 

Rgveda-Bhasya, by Sayandcarya, the first three Aclhyayas 
of the second Astaka, i. e. Sayana's Commentary on Rgveda- 
Samhita I, 122 to I, 165. Ff. 1 to 152 b. 

This is the MS. G used for Prof. Max Miiller's second 
edition of the Rgveda with Sayana's Commentary. See 
Rig -Veda -Samhita, ed. by F. Max Miiller, 2'^'^ ed., vol. I, 
pp. liv, Ivi, Ivii seqcj[. 

(b) 

Sdyandcdrya^s Commentary on the first Aranyaka of the 
Aitareya-Aranyaka (= Ait. Ar. I, 1—5). Ff. 152b to 192. 
Very incorrect. 

It ends: — iti srimad-rajadhirajaraja-paramesvara-vaidi- 
kamarggapravarttaka - srivira - Bukkabhiipala[bhupala]sam- 
rajya - dhurandhare(read °ra)sya Sayanamatyasya krtau 
vedartthaprakase prathamaranyakam samaptam ii om ii iti 
Madhaviye vedartthaprakase aitarekanyaka(read aitareya- 
ranyakajkande prathamaranyake paucamoddhyayas sa- 
maptam (read °ah) ii srikrsnaya nama(h) harih ii om ii 

I See Preface. 



2. 

Whish No. 2. 

Size: 16jX2 in., 170 leaves, 9 or 10 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: 18 th or 19th cent.? 

Character : Malayalam. 

Bgveda-Bhdsya, by Sdyandcdrya, from the 23'''^ Yarga 
of the 5*^ Adhyaya of the 1"^^* Astaka, to the end of the 
1"* Astaka, i. e. Say ana's Commentary on Rgveda-Sam- 
hita I, 75 to I, 121. 

This is the MS. T used for Prof. Max Miiller's second 
edition of the Rgveda with Sayana's Commentary, see 
vol. I, pp. liv, Ivi, Ivii seqq. 

It begins: — atra prathamam jusasva saprathastamam, etc. 



3. 

WmsH No. 3. 

Size: lOf X 1|^ in., 75 leaves, 8 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: 18 tt or 19tii cent.? 

Character: Grantha. 

The BrahmagUd from the Yajnavaihliavakhanda in the 
SutasamJiitd of the Skanda-Purdna. 

It begins: — rsaya ucuh i bhavata sarvam akhyatam sam- 
ksepad vistarad api i idanim srotum icchamo brahmagltSm 
anuttamam i etc. 

It ends: — iti omityadimahapurane sri-skande mahapu- 
rane stitasamhitayam yajiiavaibhavakhande uparibhage bra- 
hmagitasiipanisatsu dvadasoddhyayah ii sri^ivaya namah ii 
subham astii ii 

4. 

Whish No. 4. 

Size: lOf XI-r- in., 170 leaves, 8 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: 18th or 19th cent.? 

Character: Grantha. 



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A Commentary on the Brahmagitd (see No. 3), by 
Mddhavacdrya. 

It begins: — vande sindhuravaktran tarn bandhun dinasya 
santatam i pratyuhavyiiliasamanam iipasyam sarvadevataili ii 
evam upanisadekasamadhigamyasya brahmatmaikatvavijna- 
nasya nisreyasasadhanatvam uktan tac ca sarvasfikhasam- 
matam iti dar^ayitum aitare(ya)kataittiriyakadi - sama- 
stopanisadartthasya sakalyena pratipadikam brahmagitam 
vaktum muninam prasnam avatarayati bhavakaratithim 
iti atha tarn vaktum puravrttam udaharati pureti sar- 
vajnas sarvavid iti samanyatas sarvaii janatiti sarva- 
jnah, etc. 

It ends:— iti srmiat-tryambakapadabja-sevaparayanenaiva 
Madhavacaryyena viracitayam (read °tayam) siitasamliita- 
yam yajnavaibliavakhandasyoparibhage bralimagitayarp. 
dvadasoddhyayali ii sivaya namah subham astu harib om ii 



5. 

Whish No. 5. 

Size: 9|-xlf in-i 117 + 41 leaves, 8 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: 18 tb or 19 th cent.? 

Character: Grantba. 

(a) 

The Prdyascittasnhodhiin, a work on expiatory rites 
(Srauta ritual), by Srmivdsama'kliin of the village of Ar- 
hagola. Ff. 117. 

It begins: — arhagolagramanivasi Srinivasamakhi sudhihi 
balan uddisya tanute prayascittasubodhinim ii tatradav 
anuddharanaprayascittam ucya[n]te, etc. 

It ends: — prayascittamsubodhani {sic) samapta ii harih 
om II srigurucaranaravindabhyan namo namah ii yadrsam 
pustakan drstva tadrsam likhitam maya | abaddham va 
subaddham va mama doso na vidyate ii asmat-gurucaranara- 
vindabhyan namah n 



(b) 

The Kaulddarsatantra (a work on Tantra), by Visva- 
nandandtJia. Ff. 1 — 19. 

It begins: — natva srigurupadukafi ca vatukam vaniii ca 
vighnesvaram kamesan tripuram param bhagavatin devim 
sukasyamalam I vaksye kaulikadhurttadambhikasathadinam 
kulajnaninam acarasya ca laksanani vilasatsatkalikanam 
kraniat ii kaulagamatantrartthan samgrhya srlkularnavar- 
tthams ca i kauladarsam kurute Visvanando hitaya kaula- 
vidam ii 

It ends: — iti sri-Visvanandanatha-viracita-kauladarsa- 
tantram sampurnam ii srigurubbyo namah ii 



(c) 

The leaves 20 to 41 contain two other Tantric trea- 
tises, viz. 

(1) The Srlcakrapratisthdvidhih. It begins (f. 20): — sri- 
cakroddharah i tatra vedikayam gomayopaliptayam pasci- 
matah svasthanam parityajya etc. It ends on f. 28: — iti 
sricakrapratisthavidhih ii Quotations occur from Tantrardja, 
Ratnasdgara, Kulamuldvatdra. 

(2) The Srlvidydkhyamulavidyabheddh, or Tripurabheddh. 
Ff. 28 to 41. 

This treatise begins: — atha srividyakhyamulavidyabheda 
nirupyante i tatra srijhanarQave ii etc. The Brlrudraydniala 
is quoted on fol. 34 b. ^ankardcdrya and Anandayiri are 
mentioned fol. 36 b. 

Fol. 36b — 37a: — ity evam srimulavidyaya ekapaiica- 
satbhedah i !§rimadaraddhyacaranaprasadapraptah pradar- 
sitah I atha yady apy asam vidyanam na camitradusanam 
iti vacanat siddhasaddhyadivicaro na karttavyah ii atha pra- 
siddhasrlvidya - pahcadasaksarlmantraprasamgat upasaka- 
bhedena dvadasavidhasrividyiXmantras ca t^astrantarokta- 
prakarena likhyante i Then follow 12 Mantras. 



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The MS. ends: — iti durvasaradluta vidya i pancadasa- 
ksari i iti tripurabhedali kathitah ii srimahatripurasundaryyai 
namah ii 



6. 

WmsH No. 6. 

Size: lO-J Xl?- in., 26-f-89 leaves, from 7 to 9 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18th or 19th cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 

(a) 

The Saldisidra together with its Blidsya, 20 Siitras 
together with their Commentary. 

The Sutra begins: — om atha saktisutrani i citisvatantra 
visvasiddhihetuh i svecchaya svabhittau visvam unmilayati I 
etc. It ends on p. 2: — om saktisutram sarapiirnara i srimat- 
gurubhyo namah i 

Tlien the Commentary begins: — saktisutrabhasyam I 
om I citisvatantra visvasiddhihetuh visvasiddhau hetuh i vi- 
svasiddhihetuka ca iti sarvakaranatvam sarvasaktitvam 
mahaphalatvam sukhopayaprapyatvah ca svatmadevataya 
vivaksitam i citir ity ekavacanena bhedavastavatvam svatan- 
treti niramkusaisvaryyah ca siicitani i etc. It ends on 
page 12 : — piirve bhutabalim dadyat ksetrapalan tu da- 
ksine i rajarajesvaram maddhye ganapati isannye i agneyaga- 
napatim agneyarp kurukulyam i vayavye i varahim isa- 
nnye I {sic) 

(b) 

Atharvanaprokta - devlraliasya - svari'qiahramopdsandydh 
jaganmdtrbhaldyaikavedyah iwayoyah ^ by Jayanndtliasuri 
(215 slokas). Ff. 13—26. 

It begins : — vimarsapadavacyam apy avimarsapadan 

I Mr. "Whish describes this as the Bhavanopanisad. See below 
sloka 2. 



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namah i japakusumasonam apy ajapakrtim arabikam ii 1 II 
bhavanopanisadartthagarbhitrih krikanirammitabhaskarah 
padyabandhava . . .^ tu ta Jagannathasurinivahavaktisukr- 
divan ii 2 ii krtanhikas sucau dese sukhasinas samahitah i 
prSnan ayammya mulena rsyadin nyasam acaret ii 3 li 

It ends: — pranan ayamya tato nyasam krtva gurun 
namac chambhum i iti snmad-atharvanaprokta-devirahasya- 
svariipakramopasanayah jaganmatribhaktyaikavedyali pra- 
yogo Jagannathasuri-pranitas samaptah ii harili om ii sri- 
devyai namali ii subham astu il 

(c) 

The Cidvalll, by Natanananda, a pupil of Ndthcinanda. 
This is a Commentary on Punydnanda's Kdmakald, or 
Kdmakcddvildsa. The latter has been printed by Prof. 
Bhandarkar in his Beport on the search for Sanskrit MSS. 
in the Bonibay Presidency during the year 1883—84 
(Bombay 1887), p. 376 seq. 

It begins: — vande tan mithunadvandvam adimanandacit- 
ghanam^ I anuttara^paran jyotir iti yat'^ bhavyate budhaihl 
srlmate Natananandayogine paramatmane i raktasuklapra- 
bhamisratejase gurave namah i pranamata Xathanandam 
paraya bhaktya cidaikyabodhanandam i upanisadartthani- 
gudham sakalajananandabhadrapitharudhams i namas sivaya 
nathaya cidrupanandarupine i srimata patalapamga^patita- 
tamkasamkave i Punyanandamunindrat kamakala nama 
visruta jata i aryya kacid amusya Natananandah karoti 
savyakhyam ii 

Fol. 37a: Punyanandamukhendor uditam anandadayinim 

1 Here is a blank space for two aksaras(w-). I cannot make any 
sense of the two first stanzas. The MS. is beautifully written, and 
there can be hardly any doubt about the readings. 

2 mithunam divyam adyam anandao, Bhandarkar's MS. 

3 Oram, Bhand. 

4 tat, Bhand. 

s opithanurudham, Bhand. 

6 srlmate cancalapanga°, Bhand. 



etara i kamakalam aliam anisam murddhna vaca vahilmi 
cittena i iti kamakalavyakhya Natananandena desikaprltyai i 
racitil rasikajana[na]nam pumsum alokanaya cidvalli i Xatha- 
nandaguruiiam sisyas tatvartthacintakas santi i tesam aiiya- 
tamoyam tikam enam cakara tatprltyai i asyah kamakalayah 
vyakhya pilrvair udahrtaneka i etc. 

It ends: — kamakalasvarupam paripurnara i prapaficitam 
iti I ^ivam ii iti ^li-Natanananda-kathita cidvalli samapta i 
liarih om ii srigurubhyo namah srisiiryyanarayanayasmat- 
svamin[h]e namah i devyai namah li 



7. 
WmsH No. 7. 

Size: 14x2 in., 158 leaves, from 11 to 13 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: 18* or 19tii cent. 

Character: Grantha. 

The HCdasyamahdtmya from the Agastyasamliitd of the 
Skanda-Purana, in 71 chapters. See Mitra, Notices, vol. vii, 
p. 27 seqq., No. 2264. 

It begins: — avighnam astu i suklambaradharam visnum 
sasivarnan caturbhiijam i prasannavadanan dhyayet sarva- 
vighnopasantaye i namas sundaranathilya tasmai halasya- 
vasine i catussastividha lila yena pratyaksitah ksitaii i srimat- 
sundaranathasya devim sapharalocanam i kalaye hrdaye 
nityam kadambavanavasinim i etc. . . . vaksye puratanam 
punyam snmaddhalasyasahjiiitam i sravanat sarvapapa- 
ghnam vedantesu praka^itam ii . . . desakalavidhanajha Vasi- 
sthadya munlsvarah i Yasistho Vamadevas ca Gautamo 
Varuno Bhrgiih i Bodhayanah Kasyapas ca Yajhavalkyah 
PaiTisarah i Bharadvajoragira Atrih Kutsas Saktis Suko 
mahan i VedaA'yasah Kaholas ca Valmikih Kumbhasam- 
bhavah i Sanatkumaras Sanakas Sanatanasanandanaii i 
Pulastyah Pulando Gargo Visvamitras ca Naradam (sic) i 
ity adya munayas sarve jnanino brahmavittamah i snatva 
sarvesu tirtthesu jnanavapyadikesu ca i jhatva vinayakan 
sarvan etc. 



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An abstract of the Contents of the work is given on 

ff. 11 seqq. 

It ends: — sarvas tarati durgani sarvo bhadrani pasyati | 
sarvas satgatim apnoti sarvasya bhavita siikliam ii iti 
srimatskande mahapurane agastyasamhitayam sri-halasya- 
mahatmye kadambavanapraveso nama ekasaptatimoddhya- 
yah II sivaya namah il harih om, etc. 



WmsH No. 8. 

Size: 13xl|- in., 60 + 25 leaves, 9 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: 18th or 19tii cent.? 

Character: Grantha. 

(a) 

The HaritaUvamuUavall, a Commentary on Sankara's 
Haristutl (or Harim-'ide-stotra), by SvayamiwaMsa Yati, 
a pupil of Kaivalydncmda Yogindra. Ff. 60. See Hall, 
p. 135 seq.; Mitra, Notices, Nos. 1297, 1489. 

It begins: — Samkararn Samkaracaryyam Kesavam Bada- 
rayanam i sutrabhasyakrtau vande bhagavantau punah- 
punah I satyajhananandatmakam advitiyam brahmaiva su- 
ddhasatvapradhanamayopadhikam sadisvarabhavam malina- 
satvapradhanavidyopadhikam sajjivabhavan ca jagan maya- 
bhasena jivesau karoti, etc. 

It ends : — iti srimat-paramahamsa-parivrajakacaryyasri- 
Kaivalyananda - yogindra -padakamalabbrmgayamana- Sva- 
yamprakasakhya-yativiracita sri- Samkara-bhagavat-pada- 
krta-haristutivyakliya haritatvamuktavalisamakhya samaptaii 
^ridaksinamurttaye namah ii subham astu ii 

(b) 
The Basabhivyanjikd, a Commentary on Laksmidhara's 
Advaitamcikaranda , by Svai/amjpraMsa Yati, a pupil of 
Kaivalydncmda Yogindra, ff. 25. See Hall, p. 102; Mitra, 
Notices, No. 689. 



^^ 9 H5- 

It begins: — nitvan nirantaranandacitghnam brahma 
nirbhayam i ^rutya tarkanubhutibhyam aham asmy advayam 
sada I etc. . . . sphutara vedantapratipadyam saccidananda- 
laksanam sarvajuam sarvopadilnan nityam sarvagam adva- 
yam deliendriyapranamanobuddbyaharakarasaksipratyaga- 
bhinnatayil tarkais sambhavayitum kincit prakaranam 
advaitamakarandakbyam arabhamanali ciklrsitasya gra- 
ntbasyavighnaparisamaptaye svestadevatapranamarupam 
mamgalam svayam anustbaya sisyasiksayai grantbato nibad- 
dbnati i kataksakiranacantanamamnobabdbaye namab i etc. 

Beginning of the last (29*'^) cbapter, fob 24b: — Laksmi- 
dhara iti granthakarttur nama sa casau kavis, etc. Furtber 
on: advaitamakarandasya rasabbivyanjaka krta i Svayam- 
prakasa-yatina (read°na) purusottamasasanat i etc. 

It ends : — iti srimat - paramabamsa - parivrajakacaryya- 
Kaivalyananda-Yogindra-pada-kamala-bbrmgayamana-Sva- 
yamprakasakbya-viracita (ra)sabbivyanjikakbya advaitama- 
karandavyakbya samapta ii srimabatripurasundaryyai nanaab ii 



9. 

Whish No. 9. 

Size: 12.yXl4 in., 88 -f- 12 + 24 + 26 leaves, 8 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: 18tii or 19 th cent.? 

Character: Grantha. 

(a) 

Described by Mr. Wbisb as 'Tbe Bliagavata Sdram\ 
Incomplete. F£ 88. 

It begins; — yad advayam paranandam satyajnanadilaksa- 
nana i niskalan niskriyam santam brabma tat samiipa- 
smabe i namab krsnaya gurave buddhitadvrttisaksine i sacci- 
danandarupaya parasmai brabmane mubub i virajate trayl 
yena bbanuneva jagattrayi i praki5sitarttba(n) tarn vande Yi- 
dyaranya-mumsvaram | ekadase prakaranasamgrahas tu pu- 
rakrtab | idanira pimar atraiva kriyate slokasamgrabah I 
skandba ekadase sloka grbyante saravattarah i vidusan 



•^ 10 H^ 

cittavi^rantyai tadartthopi ca varnyate i atratyasloka ekaika 
uparatyupapadane i alan tathapi grhyante katicitsarabhaji- 
bhih I etc. 

It ends: — vidusah punali-punah krtasravanamanaiiabhyani 
samutpannanityanirantaraddhyanayogabhyam nirargalaya 
mana brahmatmatvavagahinl akhandakaravrttir eva vidya 
sa svayam avidyatain tat karyyan ca nirddhiiya pascad 
upasamyatiti sa drstantam upapadayati ii 

(b) 

The Bhcigavata-Purdna with Commentary, from Adhya- 
ya VI, 36 to the end of Adhyaya 7, of the 12*1^ Skandha. 
Ff. 12. 'The whole contains an account of the extent of 
the Yedas', Mr. Whish. 

It begins: — Saunakah i Pailadibhir Vyasa^isyair veda- 
cSryyair mmahatmabhih i veda vai kathita vyasta etat 
saiimyabhidhehi nah i etc. 

It ends: — iti sri-bhagavate mahapurane savyakhyane 
dvadase skandhe saptamoddhyayah ii srikrsnaya parama- 
gurave namo namah ii 

(c) 

The Sutagltci of the second part (? uparibhage) of the 
Tajhavaibhavakhanda of the Sfttasamhitd of the Shanda- 
Purana. Ff. 24. 

It begins: — aisvaram rupam anandam anantarn satyacit- 
ghanam i atmatvenaiva pasyantan nistaramgasamudra- 
vat II etc. 

It ends: — iti sri-skande purane siitasainhitayam yajha- 
vaibhavakhande uparibhage sutagitasupanisatsu astamo- 
ddhyayah ii srisivaya parabrahmane namah ii sutaglta sa- 
mapta. 

(d) 

The SdtagUd-Tdtparyadlpikd, a Commentary on the pre- 
ceding work, by Madhavdcdrya. Ff. 26. 

It begins: — atha vidyErtthina namaskaras tu prathama- 
tah karttavye ity upapadayitum siitagitam srotukamair 



-^ 11 f^ 

nnaimisiyaih krte namaskarastuti upanisad(read °nibad)- 
dhnati ai^varam iti etc. 

It ends: — iti sri-tryambakapadabja-seva-parayanena Ma- 
dhavacaryyena viracitayam siitasarnliita(ta)tpa(r)yadipika- 
ySm yajnavaibhavakhandasyoparibhage sutagitasiipanisatsu 
astamoddhyayah II srlsivaya parasmai brahmane namah ii 
harih om ii subliam astu ii 

10. 

Whish'No. 10. 

Size: IB-^ x 1-|- in., 217 leaves, 9 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: 18 tb or 19 tb cent.? 

Character: Grantha. 

Rdmdnuja^s Commentary on tlie Bdlakdnda and Ayo- 
dhi/dJxdnda of VdlmtJci's Rdmdyana. 

It begins: — ramam indivarasyamam rajivayatalocananii 
jyaghosanirjitaratiii janaklramanam bhaje ii Vrdmikinama- 
dheyHya muhur varimuce namah i ya sriramakathavarsair 
jagattapam asisamat ii etc. 

Fol. lb: — tatradyakandavyakhyanam kriyate vidusam 
mude I Ramanujena vidusa ramabhaktyaikasindhuna i tapa 
ityadi, etc. 

Fol. 59: — iti sri-Hamanujlya-viracite balakandavyakhyane 
saptasaptatimas sargali " 

Tlie Ayodhyakanda begins on f. 60 a: — gacchateti ma- 
tiilakulam matulagrham kulam grhesv ity Amarah, etc. 

It ends: — iti ^ri-Ramrmujacaryya-viracita- vyakhyane- 
yoddhyakande ekonavimsatyadhikasatatamas sargah ll sri- 
ramacandrSya namah ii ayoddhyakandavyakhya samapta ii 
harih oni i 

11. 

WmsH No. 11. 

Size: 125- X If in., 176 leaves, 8 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: On the first leaf there is an entry ("The metrical 
Digest called Ekadasa-skandha-saram and its commentary by Brah- 



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mananda Bharati") signed by Mr. Whish and dated 1826. The MS. 
may have been written for Mr. Whish in that year. At any rate, 
its appearance is not much older. 
Character: Grantha. 

The EMclasaskandhasarasloMsamgraha, a metrical com- 
pilation of the doctrines contained in the eleventh Skandha 
of the Bhdgavata-Pujxina, together with a Commentary, by 
Bralimananda Bharati, a pupil of Krsndnanda Bharati. 

It begins: — vaisaradi sativisuddhabuddhir ddhunoti ma- 
yam gunasamprasiitani l gunams ca sandahya yad atmyam 
etat svayan ca samyaty asamid yathagnih ii atmS sthuUi- 
suksmadidehebhyo bhinnah yato jiiata prakasakah etc. 

Fol, 3: — yavat syat gunavaisamyam tavan nanatvam 
atmanah | nanatvam atmano yavat paratantryan tathaiva hi ii 

It ends: — iti srlmat-paramahamsa-parivrajakacaryya-srl- 
Krsnananda- Bharati - munivaryya-sisya-Brahmananda-Bha- 
rati - krta - ekadasaskandhasaraslokasamgrahas savyakhyas 
sampiirnah ii srikrsnaya parabrahmane name namah ii 
subham astu ii 



12. 

Whish Nos. 12 (1) and 12 (2). 

Size: 2 Vols., 16 i x 1| in., 22 + 246 leaves [if. 147—246 in the second 
volume], from 8 to 10 lines on a page; 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: IS*'^ or 1^^^ cent:? 
Character: Grantha. 
The second work is written by a different hand from the first. 



(1) 

The Suryasiddhdnta, the first Prasna, Adhyayas 1 — 14. 
The text differs considerably from Mr. Fitz Edward Hall's 
edition in the Bibliotheca Indica. 

It begins: — acintyavyaktarupaya nirgunaya gunanmane 
(read gunatmane) i samastajagadadharamurttaye brahmane 
namah ii 1 ii alpavasiste tu krte mayo nama mahasurah i ra- 



^H 13 H^ 

hasyam paramara punyam jijnasur jfianam uttamam ii 2 ii 
vedamgam agryam akhilatn jyotisam gatikaranam i aradha- 
yan vivasvantam tapas tepetidustaram i tositas tapasa tena 
pritas tasmai vararttliine i grahanau caritam pradat mayaya 
savita svayam i viditas te maya bhavas tapasaradhitas 
tv aham i dadyam kalasrayam jiianam jyotisan caritani 
maliat i etc. 

It ends (f. 21b): — sarvebhyah pradadau prito gralianan 
caritam mabat i atyatbhutatamam loke rahasyam brabma- 
sainmitam^ I vedasya nirmmalaii caksur jfiatva saksad 
vivasvatali i viditvaitad asesena param brahina(dbi)- 
gaccbati i iti srisuryyasiddbaute pratbamaprasne catur- 
dasoddbyayali ii cba ii srigurucaranaravindabbyanmab ii sur- 
yyasiddbantam ii 

(2) 

Tbe Kdmadoyclhri, a Commentary on tbe Suryasiddhdnta, 
by Tammayajvan, or Tammaydrya, a son oi Mcdlddhvarlndra 
of Farayqjura (wbo was a son of Mcdlayajvan, and a 
grandson of Honndrya). 

It begins: — srividyabrdayastbitam sivamayam srimatsa- 
maradbitam kamaksim karunakataksakalitam kalyanasa- 
ndayinim i kodandamkusapasabanavilasatdbastam prasanna- 
nanam sindurarunadebakantim anisam sribonnamambam 
{sic) bbaje ii 1 ii subbran^gam pitavastram suratarusadr^ain 
suryyakotiprakasam nanabbusasametam nalinabbavanutam 
nagayajnopavitam i sulam vatrifi ca kbatgam damarukam 
atulam panipadmair ddadbauarn mailarakbyam mabesam 
manimayamukutam malavinatbam ide ii 2 ii . . . ye Honna- 
yaryyadikulaprasiddbab suryyadisiddbantavido mabantab i 
ye Mallayajvadisamastatantravyakbyadburlna mama devatas 
te II 7 11 sri-Honnaryyasarvatantrasvatan trail tasma(j) jatas 
tadrso Mallayajva i tajjab kbyatas sarvasiddhantavetta sa- 
kinyakbye pattane Mallayajva ii 8 ii tatputrobam vedaveda- 
ntavedi jyotirvidyapfiragas Tammayajva i siiryyan natva 
suryyatantraspbatikam Honnambayai kamadogdbrim ka- 

I This is the last verse in F. E. HaU's edition. 



romi II 9 li iha tavat praripsitasya granthasya nirvighnapari- 
samaptikamah svestadevatapranamarupam mamgalam slo- 
kato nibaddhnati acintyeti i etc. 

F. 37: — iti srl - Mailaresvara - Honnambikavaralabdha- 
vagvibhavena sriparagipuri Mallayajvanas tanujena jyauti- 
sikahrtkumudacandrena Tammayaryyena snsiiryyasiddha- 
ntasya maddhyadhikarasya tika krta ii liarih om ii 

F. 65 b: — sri-Honnaryyasya pautrac chivagurusadrsan 
Mallayajvakhyaputrarkkajato Malladdhvarmdrat parigipu- 
ravarasthayinas Tammayaryyali i siddhantarkkasya namnah 
(read siddhantasyarkkanamnali) kalitapadavatim kamadog- 
dhrlm sutlkam spastaddhyayasya samyagrahaguruki-paya 
proktavan ambikayai i harih om srisuryyadinavagrahebhyo 
namali ii 

F. 104b: — sri-Honnaryyasya pautrac chivagurusadrsan 
Mal(l)ayajvakhyaputraj jato Malladdhvarmdrat paragipura- 
varasthayinas Tammayajva i siddh5ntasyarkka(read °rkka)- 
namnah kalitapadavatim kamadogdhrim sutlkam chaya- 
ddhyayasya samyagrahagurukrpaya proktavan ambikayai ii 
harih om ii chayaddhyayah purnah li 

Adhyaya IV ends f. 123, Adhyaya V f. 137 b. 

Vol. I (f. 146) ends: — srI-Honnaryyasya . . . °yai ii iti 
srisuryyasiddhante chedadhikaro nama sasthoddhyayah ll 
cha II samhitatrayanipunaya adinarayanasya nijagurave om 
subrahmanyaya sastamgapranamah ll subham astu srisivaya 
namah ii 

Vol. II begins with the 7*^ Adhyaya which ends on 
f. 158b. Adhyaya VIII ends f. 168b, A. IX f. 172b, the 
Patadhyaya f. 186, the Goladhyaya f. 212 b, the Yantra- 
dhyaya f. 235. 

Vol. II ends: — sri-Honnaryyasya pautrac sivagurusa- 
drsan Mallayajvakhyaputraj jato Malladdhvarmdrat para- 
gipuravarasthayinas Tammayaryyali i siddhantasyarkkanam- 
nali kalitapadavatim kamadogdhrim sutlkam manaddhya- 
yasya samyagrahagurukrpaya proktavan ambikayai ll bi- 
ndudurllipi° . . . ii iti suryyasiddhante manadhikaro nama 
caturddasoddhyayah ii harih i om etc. 



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13. 

WmsH No. 13. 

Size: 16f x2i- in., 135 leaves, 10 or 11 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: 18tii or 19th cent.? 

Character: Grantha. 

Bgveda-BMsya, by Sdyandcarya, the first Adhyaya of 
the first Astaka, i. e. Sayana's Introduction, and his Com- 
mentary on Kgveda I, 1 — 19. 

This is the MS. Gr used for Prof. Max Miiller's second 
edition of the Egveda with Sayana's Commentary. See 
Rig-Veda-Saiphita, ed. by F. Max Muller, 2'^'* Ed., vol. I, 
pp. liv, Ivi, Ivii seqq. 



14. 

WmsH No. 13 a. 

Size: lo-g^xlf in., one leaf, 15 lines. 
Material: Palm leaf, damaged. 
Date of MS.: uncertain. 
Character: Grantha. 

The beginning of the Bgveda-Samhitd in the Pada text. 
Interesting is the accentuation, the Udattas only being 
marked (by the sign ~ over the accentuated syllable). 
The leaf contains the text of Rv. I, 1, 1 to I, 3, 4. 



15. 

WmsH No. 14. 

Size: 13|^xl^ in., 83 leaves, 6 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: The 'Prajotpatti' year in which the MS. was written 
(see below) is probably meant for the Prajapati year corresponding 
to A. D. 1751y52, possibly A. D. 1811/12. 

Scribe: Venkata Subrahmanya, son of Sesadri. 

Character: Grantha. 



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The Taittiriya-Upanisad-Bliasya by ^anhardcdrya. 

The MS. begins: — om yasmaj jatah jagat sarvam ya- 
sminn eva praliyate i yenedan dhyaryyate (sic) caiva tasmai 
jhanatmane namah i yair ime gurubhih purvam padavakya- 
pramanatah i vyakhyatas sarvavedantas tan nityam pra- 
natosmy aham ii taittirlyakasarasya mayacaryyaprasadatah | 
vispastarttharucinam hi vyakhyeyam sampranlyate i nitya- 
nvaylni karmmani upattaduritaksayartthani kamyanityani 
ca phalartthinam piirvasmin granthe idauin tu karmmo- 
padanahetupariharaya brahmavidya prastuyate i 

It ends: — iti srlmat-paramahamsa-parivrajakacaryya-Go- 
vinda-bhagavatpujyapada - sisya-Samkara - bhagavatpadapuj- 
yaviracite taittiriyyakabhasyam samaptam ii om ii harih om 
subham astu om visargabindvaksara° etc. . . . harih om 
dhanurmmase saummyavare tritiyayam prajotpatau i tai- 
ttiriyyas ca likhitas Sarppe Sesadrisununa ii harih om 
subham astu harih om ii prajotpattyabhidhe varse capamasy 
asite dine i pakse budhasya sutithau tr[tri]tiyayam bhujam- 
gabhe i Sesadrisununa Vemk(a)tasubrahmanyena sadhana i 
taittiriyopanisado bhasyam sulikhitam maya ii subham astu 
etc. harih om etc. 



16. 

Whish No. 15, 

Size: 9|xl| in., 4 -|- 39 leaves, 8 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: 18tii or 19th cent.? 

Character: Grantha. 

(a) 

(1) The Isd-Upanisad, or Isdvdsya-Upanisad, ot Vdja- 
saneyi-Sanihitd-Upcmisad (ff. 1 — 2 a). 

It begins: — purnam adah purnam idara purnat purnam 
udacyate i purnasya purnam adaya purnam evavasisyate I 
on namo brahmadibhyo brahmavidyasampradayakarttrbhyo 



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vanm^arsibhyo namo gurubhyah i om santii^ .4antis ^antih il 
i^avasyam idani sarvam yat kin ca jagatyaii jagat i etc. 

It ends: — isavasyam ity ekanuvakestadasa ii on tat sat ii 
I^avasyopanisat samapta ii harih om t saha nav avatv iti santi^ 
santis santih ii 

(2) The Kena - Upanisad or Talavakdra - Upcmisad 
(ff. 2 a— 4 b). 

It begins: — kenesitam patati presitam manah kena pranah 
prathamah praiti yuktah i etc. 

It ends: — kenopanisat samapta ii harih om etc. 



(b) 

(1) Sankara's Commentary on the Isd-Upanisat (ff. 
1— 13 a). 

It begins: — om i isavasyam ityadayo mantrali karmmasv 
aviniyuktas tesam karmmasesasyatmano yathartthyaprati- 
padakatvat yathartthyan catmanah suddhatvapapaviddha- 
tvaikatvasariratvasarvagatatvadi vaksyamanan tac ca etc. 

It ends : — iti sri-Govinda-bhagavatpujyapadasisya-parama- 
hamsaparivrajakacaryya - srimac - Chamkara - bhagavatpada- 
krtau vajasaneyasamhitopanisat-bhasyam samaptam ii harih 
om II 

(2) Saukara^s Commentary on the Kena-Upanisat 
(ff. 13 a— 39 b). 

It begins: — kenesitam ityadyopanisat parabrahmavisaya 
vaktavyeti navamaddhyayasyarambhah prag etasmat karm- 
many a^esatah parisamapitani etc. 

It ends: — syad ity ata aha jyeye jyayasi sarvamahattare 
svatmani mukhye pratitisthati pratitisthatiti na punas sam- 
saram apadyata ity abhiprayah ii iti sri-Govinda-bhagavat- 
padasisyasya paramahamsaparivrajakacaryyasya srlmac- 
Charpkarabhagavatah krtau tavala (read talava)karopanisa- 
dvivarane navamoddhyayah ii kenopanisatbhasyam sama- 
ptam II harih om ii srigurubhyo namah ii 



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17. 

WmsH No. 16. 

Size: 9rX2^ in., 26 leaves, from 11 to 13 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: 18th or 19 1^ cent.? 

Character: Grantha. 

Six Upanisads, viz.: 

(1) The Kathavalll or Katha-Uimnisad (ff. 1 — 7). 

It begins: — om usan ha vai vaja^ravasas sarvavedasan 
dadau i etc. 

It ends: — yo vidaddhyatmam eva i sasthi valli I katha- 
valll samapta i harih om i subham astu ii 

(2) The Prasna-Upanisad (ff. 8—12). 

It begins: — saha nav avatu ii om santih I srih i bhadram 
karnebhis srnuyama ii santih i Sukesa ca Bharadvaja^ 
Saibyas ca Satyakamas Sauryyayani ca Gargali Kausalyas 
casvalayano Bhargavo Vaidarbhih Kabandhi Katyayanas 
te haite, etc. 

It ends: — namah paramarsibhyo namah paramarsibhyah li 
sasthaprasnah ii prasnopanisat samapta i 

(3) The Mimclaka-TJpanisad (ff. 13— 17a). 

It begins: — brahma devanain prathamas sambabhiiva, etc. 

It ends: — namah paramarsibhyo namah paramarsibhyah | 
bhadram karnebhih i santis Mantis sEntih ii iti tritiya^- 
mundakam i mundakopanisat samapta ii harih i om ii 

(4) The Mdndftkyopanisad (ff. 17a — 19). 

It begins: — om ity etad aksaram idam, etc. 
It ends: — omkaro vidito yena sa munir nnetaro jana 
iti II iti caturtthah khandah li mandukyopanisat samapta li 

om II 

(5) The Purvatdpim or Purvatdpanlya-Upanisad 
(ff. 20— 24b). 

I Sic. And so very often in these MSS. 



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It begins: — ^ivaya gurave namah i atha srividya manor 
amnaya svariipam upadisyate brahmacarine santaya guru- 
bhaktaya yatha vidya manuh kasminn utbliavas tat svariipam 
bruliiti hovaca, etc. 

It ends: — pravisya merussrmge catiprakasarupenatha 
sarvaiu jagad vyapya sthitavaty asid iti Yajnavalkyal.i i 
trtiyyakhandah i purvatapini samaptah (sic) ii 

(6) The Uttaratdpini or Uttaratdpamya-Upanisad 
(fif. 2-4 b— 26). 

It begins: — atha bhagavan kathan nu paramarahasyam 
me bruhi ka brahmavidya manunam, etc. 

It ends: — tathavidhamti buddhva purusartthavan bhaved 
ya evam vedety upanisat iti trtiyyakhandah ii uttaratapini 
samaptah (sic) ii ^rlgurucaranaravindabhyam namah ii 
harih om ii 



18. 

Whish jS^o. 17. 

Size: 9jX2f in., 34 + 37 leaves, 12 or 13 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18tii or 19 th cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 

(a) 

A Collection of twelve Atharvana Upanisads: 

(1) JRahasya-Upanisad, ff. 1— 4b. 

(2) Amrtabindii-Uimnisad, ff. 4b — 5b. 

(3) Tripurasundari-Upanisad, ff. 5b— 6b. 

(4) Kdldgnirudra-Ujjanisad, ff. 6b— 7b. 

(5) ^drtra-Upanisad, or Sdrlraka-Up., ff. 8a — 9a. 

(6) Atliarvasira-Upanisad, ff. 9a— 13b. 

(7) Kaiicdya-Upanisad, ff. 13b — 15a. 

(8) Slianda-TJpanisad, ff. 15a — 15b. 

(9) Mahd - TJpanimd (or Tripurdtapana - Upanisad?), 
ff. 16 a— 27 a. 

(10) Dem-Upanimd, ff. 27a— 28b. 



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(11) Triimra-Upanimd, ff. 28b— 29b. 

(12) Uixinisad {Katha-Upanisad?), ff. 30a— 34a (?). 
Similar collections of Upanisads in the MSS. described 

in Burnell, Tanjore, pp. 28—36, and Ind. Off., vol. I, 
p. 126 seq. 

Our MS. begins: — athato rahasyopanisadam vyakhya- 
syamah devarsayo bralimanam sampnjya pranipatya papra- 
cchuli I bhagavan rahasyopanisadam bruliiti i sobravlt i pura 
vyaso etc. 

Fol. 4b: — yo rahasyopanisadam adhite gurvanugrahat i 
sarvapapavinirmmuktas saksat kaivalyam asnute i rahasyo- 
panisat samapta ii harih om ii etc. 

Fol. 5b: — bhadran nopi vataya manah i om santis santis 
santih i tisrali puras tripatha visvacarsani yatra katha 
aksaras sannivistah i etc. See Burnell I. O., p. 62, where 
this is given as the beginning of a Tripuropanisad. 

Fol. 6b: — tripurisundaryyupanisat samapta ii 

Fol. 9 a in margine: atharvasiropanisat i 

Fol. 13 b: — moksam annam atho mano moksam annam. 
atho manah ii ity a(tha)rvasiropanisat samapta II 

Fol. 16a in margine: mahopanisat. Beginning: — tripura 
tapani vidya vedyacicchaktivigraham i vastucinmatrariipan 
tat paratatvam bhajamy aham i om i bhadram karnebhir iti 
santih i athaitasmin antare bhagavan prajapatyam vaisnavam 
vilayakaranam i rupam asrtya tripurabhidha bhagavatity 
evam adi, etc. See the beginning of the Trijmrdtapmio- 
pan/sad in Ind. Off. vol. i, p. 127. 

Fol. 27a: — sa turyam padam prapnoti ya evam vedeti 
mahopanisat i bhadram karnebhir iti santih i etc. 

Fol. 30 a: — parivrajyadharmmapugalamkara yat padam 
yayuli 1 tarn aham kathavidyarttha ramacandi'apadam 
bhaje i om saha nav avatv iti santih i deva ha vai bhaga- 
vantam abruvan adhihi, etc. See the beginning of a 
Katliopanisad in Ind. Off", vol. i, p. 127. 

Fol. 34 a: — sa eva sivayogiti kathyata ity upanisat t 
bhadrain karnebhir iti :§antih i srimad-visvadhisthanapara- 
mahamsa-satgurusrlramacandrarpanam astu i , . . acyutosmi 



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mahadeva tava kfirunyalesatali i vijnanagha evasi sivosrai 
kirn atali param i na nijan nijavat bhaty antalikaranajrm- 
bhanat i antahkarananasena. Here the MS. breaks off, 
and a new foliation begins. 

(b) 

(1) The ^r'widf/dratnasiltra, by Gaiidapdddcdrija, a pupil 
of ^((ka Yoglndra, ff. 1 — 3 a. 

It begins: — jnananandamayan devan nirmmalasphati- 
kakrtirn i adharam sarvabhutanarp hayagrivam upEsmahe i 
atha saktamantranah jijhasa i atmaivakhandakaracaitanya- 
svariipasam svavidya i etc. 

It ends: — anuttarasaipketapradhanavidyas saptadasa- 
varnavisista(h) i athaitasam parivaranam anuparivara asarn- 
khyrdvah I iti srimat-paraniahamsaparivrajakacaryya-Suka- 
Yoglndra - sisya - sri - Gaudapadacaryya - viracitani sutrava- 
kyani i samaptani ii 

(2) The Brwidydratna{sidra)d'iinkd, by Vidydranya Muni, 
a pupil of Sankardcdrya, ff. 3a — 23 b. 

It begins: — balarkamandalabhasam caturbahan trilo- 
canam i pasamkusadhanurbanam dharayantim sivam bhaje I 
srlvidyaratnasutranam vakyartthap(r)atipadane i bhaga- 
vatyah prasadena kriyate dipika naaya i sa bhagavati jagat 
srstvedan tasmin devatadm utpadya, etc. 

It ends : — iti paramahamsa - parivrajakacaryya - srimat- 
bhagavat-Samkaracaryya-sisya-sri-Vidyaranya-munikrta-srl- 
vidyaratnadipika samapta ii harih om etc. 

(3) The AtharvasirohJidsya, by BhdsUara Rdya. 

The leaves are foliated in the ordinary way as ff. 24—37, and also 
as 1 to 14 by letters, viz. ka, kha, ga, glia, na, ca, cha, ja, jha, iia, 
ta, tha, da, dha. 

It begins :-srmatharaghriparagaiko paragad aparagadhih | 
atharvasiraso bhasyam bhasate Bhaskaras sudhih ii iha 
khalu srimahatripurasundaryyah etc. 

It ends : — iti bhavanopanisadotharvanasirasotra racitavan 
bhasyam i Bhaskara-Rayo vidusan tustyai jivanmumuksu- 
narn li om srlgurubhyo namali n 



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19. 

WmsH No. 18. 

Size: 28x2 in., 103 leaves, 8 or 9 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: The MS. appears to be fairly old, early 11^^ century? 

Scribe: Rama. 

Character: Malayalam. The leaves are numbered by letters 
according to the system discussed by Professor Bendall in the J RAS, 
October 1896, pp. 790 seq. See Preface. 

Injuries: The MS. is much damaged, part of f. 85 is broken off" 
and lost. 

The Mahcibhcirata, Parvan ii: The Sabha-Parvan , in 
114 Adhyaj'as. Differs much from the text of our editions. 

It begins: — harih orn ganapataye namah avighnam astu 
Janamejayah arjjuno jayatam srestho moksayitva mayan 
tada I kin cakara mahatejas tan me bruhi dvijottama 

Yaisam srnu rajann avahitas caritam ^ rmmukasresthan 

ttirni caksayasayakau divyany astrani rajendra durllabhani 
nrpair bhuvi rathaddhvajapatakas ca svetasvais saha virya- 
van etani pavakat prapya muda paramaya yutah i ^tasthau 
mahavlryas tada saha mayena sah tatobravin mayah 

partthah vasudevasya sannidhau pa 3 stat krtani 

pratyanusmaran pranjali slaksnaya vaca pujayitva punah- 
punah Mayah asmac ca krsnat sarakruddhat pavakac ca 
didhaksatah tvaya tratosmi kaunteya bruhi kim karavani 
te aham hi visvakarma vai asuranam parantapa tasmat te 
vismayam kincit kuryam adya suduskarani evam ukto 
mahaviryyah parttho mayavinam mayam dhyatva muhurttam 
kaunteyah prahasan vakyam abravit i Arjjunah i krtam eva 
tvaya sarvam svasti gaccha mahasura i etc. 

It is unfortunate that the difficult and much discussed 
verse ii, 66, 8 (the he-goat and the knife) occurs on f. 84, 
a damaged leaf. The verse reads: — [ajo hi sastratjm 



1 The rest of the line is lost, the leaf being damaged. 

2 Leaf damaged. Read upatasthau. 

3 The rest of the line, about six Aksaras, lost. 

4 These aksaras are lost. 



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akhanat kilaikah sastre vipannobhiparasya bhumim nikrn- 
tanaiii svasya kanthasya gliorau tadvad vairamm ma khanih 
panduputraih i 

It ends: — evani gavatgane ksattix dliarmmartthasahitam 
vacah uktavan na grhitaii ca maya putraliitepsuna ii ii iti 
srlmahabharate satasahasrikayam samhitayam sabhaparvani 
anudyute dhrtarastrapascattapo nSma caturdasasatatamo- 
ddbyayali ii li sabbaparvani samaptam ii barih srikrsnaya 
namah ii Ramena likhitam idam pustakam ii 



20. 

Whish No. 19. 

Size: IGixlf in., 285 leaves, 9 or 10 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: The MS. looks fairly old, 17th century? 
Character: Malay alam. 

The Bliagavatn-Purdna, Skandhas i-ix. 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye namab avigbnam astu 
janmadyasya yatonvayaditaratas carttbesv abhijnas svarat 
tene brabma brda ya adikavaye mubyanti yat surayab tejo- 
varimrdam yatba vinimayo yatra trisarggomrsa dbamna 
svena sada nirastakubakam satyam paran dbimabi, etc. 

It ends (f. 283 b): — drstya vidbuya vijaye jayam udvi- 
ghusya procyoddbavaya param samagat svadhama i cba ii 
ity astada.4asabasrikayain sambitayam sribbagavate maba- 
purane navamaskandbe caturvimsoddbyayab ii 

Tben follow two odd leaves, one ummmbered, the otber 
numbered as 170. 

21. 

Whish No. 20. 

Size: lOfxls in., 96 leaves, 8 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entries by Mr. Whish are dated 'Calicut 1826'. The MS. is 
probably not much older. 
Character: Grantha. 



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(a) 

The Caramvyuha, ff. 1 — 4. 

It begins: — athatas caranavyuhain vyakhyasyamah tatra 
yad uktaii caturvedyau catvaro veda jnata bhavanti i rg\'edo 
yajurvedas samavedotliarvaveda(s) ceti i tatra rgvedasya 
sapta bheda bhavanti i etc. 

It ends: — yodhite caranavyuham sa viprah pankti- 
pavanah i tarayaty akhilan purvan purusan sapta sapta 
ca ! yo namani pura deva amrtatvan ca gacchati i lokatitam 
mahasantim amrtatvari ca gacchati i amrtatvaii ca gacchaty 
on nama ity aha bhagavan Vyasah Parasaryyo Vyasah ii 
vasudevasvariipaya vivasvatbimbatejase i vedovamsavadam- 
saya Vedavyasaya te namah ii srlgurucaranaravindabhyan 
namah ii sribrhaspataye namah ii 

(b) 

The beginning of a Commentary on the Satarudriya or 
Rudradliyaya (Taittirlya-Samhita iv, 5), £f. 5 — 7. 

It begins: — on namo rudraya rudranam vyakhyaui 
vaksyami yajjape i moksaghaksayasalokyavyadhinasam pra- 
yojanana i atha jabalopanisat i atha hainam brahmacarina 
ucuh kiiijapyenamrtatvam brtihiti i sa hovaca Yajhavalkyah 
satarudriyeneti i etc. 

It ends: — uktam vayavye i rogavan paredam paretya 
rudrajapah cared iti i yajiiasiiktah kalpah i satarudra devata 
asyeti satarudryam ucyate ii harih oni i subham astu. 

(c) 

The Brhaddranyalm-Vpanimd or ,^atapathabrdhniana- 
Upanisad (Kanva Sakha), ff. 8 — 96. 

It begins: — om sriganapataye namah i on namo brahma- 
dibhyo brahmavidyasampradayakarttrbhyo vamsarsibhyo 
namo gurubhyah i srimad -Yajhavalkyagurubhyo namah i 
harih om i o num usa viX asvasya jneddhyasya siras suryya^ 
caksur vatah, etc. 

FoL 23: — iti vajasaneyantargata-KanvIye suklayajurvede 
b;"hadaranyake saptadasakande prathamoddhyayah ii 



Between the first and second Adliyayas a description of 
the Paflcaga^7avidhi is inserted (f. 23). 

The 3 "J Adhyaya begins f. 37, the 4*^^ Adhyaya f. 54, 
the 5*1^ A. f. 74, the 6'^ A. f. 82. 

It ends: — o num iti vajasaneyantargata-Kanviye suklaya- 
jurvede satapathabrahmane upatisthatsaptadasakande 
sasthoddhyayas samaptah ii harih i om i subham astu srl- 
ramacandrSya namah ii ekapac ca haviryyajha iiddharity 
addhvaragrahau i vajapeyo rajasuya ukhasambharanan 
tatha I hasti ghatas citis caiva santity agnirahasyakau I 
astadhyayi maddhyamas ca asvamedhali pravargyakah i 
brhadaranyakan ceti kandas saptadasa kramat ii om om 
om 1 paragunaparadauaprastiitasesakrtya nijagunakalikabhir 
llokam amodayantah i aviditaparadosa jnanaplyiisapurnah 
karakrtam aparadham ksantum arhanti santah ii srigurubhyo 
namah ii 



22. 

Whish No. 21. 

Size: D^-xl?- in., 78 leaves, 6 or 7 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: An entry by Mr. Whish on leaf 70 ("Here ends 
the Rudra Bhashyam") is dated "Calicut 1826." The MS. is probably 
not much older. 

Character: Grantha. 

(a) 

A Commentary on the Satarudr'uja or Rudrddhydya of 
the Taittirlya-Sauihitd (iv, 5), ff. 1 — 70. Title and name 
of the author do not occur in the book. 

It begins: — on namas te rudra manyava iti i atha sata- 
rudryahomah i athatas satarudryah juhotity upakramya 
esotragniracito bubhuksamano rudrarupenavatisthati i tasya 
tarppanadevair dvitiyan darsanam i yad vai tac chataru- 
dryah juhotity upakramya prajapatim visrastadityabhipra- 
yamantrfirtthrinugunyeua srutir bhavet i sa esah satasirsah 
rudrah sambhavad iti namas te rudra manyava iti raudra- 



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ddhyayah i atra Paramesthina arsam i devanam va praja- 
pater va i Aghorasyarsam iti kecit i ekarudradevatyah i etc. 
It ends: — antarikse loke ye rudrah sthitali tebhyo namah 
yesam rudranam vatah vayuli isavali samanam anyat I 
prthivyam bhuloke ye rudra sthitah (read °ah) tebhyo na- 
mah yesam rudranam annam atmanah sam icchet sariram 
pusnati i adhikam nyimam vyadhadijagatvena niriipyate I 
samanam anyat i evan namostu rudrebhya iti i harih oni ii 

(b) 

The Mandalabrdlimana (ff. 71 — 78), described by Mr. 
Wliish as the 'Mandala Brahmanah of the Atharva-Yedah.' 
This is identical with Satapatha-Brahmana x, 5, 2. See 
also Mitra, Notices, No. 682, where it is called Mandala- 
hralimanopanimcl. 

It begins: — yad etan mandalan tapati tan mahad ukthan 
ta rcas sa ream lokotha yad etad arccir dipyate tan 
mahavratan tani samani sa samnam lokotha ya esa etasmin 
mandale purusas sognis tani yajumsi sa yajusam lokas 
saisa trayyeva vidya tapati, etc. 

It ends: — somrto bhavati mrtyur hy asyatma bhavati li 
18 II iti mandalabrahmanam sampiirnam ii om num ii 



23. 

WmsH No. 22. 

Size: 12^xlg- in., 193 leaves, 9 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: ISth or 19tii cent.? 

Character: Grantha. 

^aukara's Chandogyopcmisadvivarana , or Commentary 
on the Clidndogya-Upanimd. 

It begins: — om ity etad aksaram ityadyastaddhyayi 
chandogyopanisat i tasyas samksepatortthajijnasubhyah 
rjuvivaranam alpagranthah cedam bhasyam arabhyate i 
tatra sambandhah samastam karmmadhigatam i^ranadi- 



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devatasahitam arcciradimargena bralimapratipattikara- 
nam i etc. 

It ends: — iti srI-Govinda-bliagavat-padapujya-sisyasya 
^riparamahamsaparivrajakacaryyasya srimac - Chamkara- 
bhagavatah krtau cchandokyopanisad (sic) vivarane astamah 
prapathakas samfiptah ii barili I om i ... srisarasvatyai 
namah i srimahalaksmyai namali i pilrvatyai namah ii 



24. 

WmsH Xo. 23. 

Size: 12-|-X2 in., 81 -f 37 + 31 leaves, from 9 to 11 lines on a 
page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: I8th or 19tii cent.? 

Character: Grantba. 

The 31 leaves of the last work are numbered by the letters ka to 
sa (viz. Jm 1, kJia 2, ga 3 etc., la 28, va 29, sa 30, sa 31). 

(a) 

Commentaries on the Kathopcmisacl (ff. 1 — 31 a), Prasno- 
panisad (ff. 31b — 55), and Mu7ulakopanisacl (ff. 56 a— 81) 
by Sankara. 

In the margin of the first page: kathopanisadbbasyani 
harih i om i 

The work begins: — on namo bhagavate vaivasvataya 
mrtyave brahmavidyacaryyaya Naciketase catha Kathako- 
panisadvalllnam sukhartthapratibodhanarttham alpagrantha 
vrttir arabhyate upanipiirvasya sader ddhator visarana- 
gatyavasada^nartthasya kvipratyayantasya rupam upanisad 
iti, etc. 

It ends on foL 31a: — iti sri-Govinda-bhagavat-pujya- 
pada-sisya-sriparamahamsa-parivrajakacaryya-srimac-Cham- 
kara-bhagavat-krtau Kathakopanisad-vivarane sasthi valli 
samapta ii harih ii om i subham astu ii sakhe ha kim kurmmah 
kim iti kathayamah katham amun taramah samsaram kya 

I Sic for avasadao. 



nu ca vibhavamo vayam ami i itidrk cintabdhau hrdaya 
na nimajjalam anisam gurum sokaddhvante taranim ava- 
lambasva taranim ii asmatguriicaranaravindabhyan namah ii 
In the margin of fol. 31b: prasnopanisat-bhasyam i 
It begins :-om srutismrtipurananam alayam karunalayaip I 
namami bhagavat-pada-Samkaram lokasamkararn i visva- 
vandyam viglinarajam sarvasuklam sarasvatim i piirvacar- 
yyan sarvapiijyan kurve natipadam gurim i mantroktar- 
tthasya vistaranuvadidam brahmanam arabhyate i rsipra- 
snaprativacanakliyayika tu vidya, etc. 

It ends on fok 55: — iti sri-Govinda-bhagavatpujya-pa- 
da-sisyasya srimat-paramahamsaparivrajakacaryyasya sri- 
Samkara-bhagavatali krtau atharvanopanisadvivarane pra- 
snavivaranam samaptam ii harih om ii etc. 

In the margin of fol. 56 a: mundakopanisat-bhasyam ii 

It begins: — brahma devanam ity adyatliarvanopanisat 

vyacikhyasita asyas ca vidyasampradayakarttrparamparyya- 

laksanam sambandham adav evaha svayam eva stutyar- 

ttham evam hi, etc. 

It ends on fol. 81b: — iti sri-Govinda-bhagavatpiijya-pada- 
sisyasya paramaliamsa-parivrajakacaryyasya srlmac-Cham- 
karabhagavatah krtau atharvanopanisat-vivaranam sama- 
ptam II harih om ii 

(b) 

The Upadesagranthavivarana, a Commentary on ScmJi-ara's 
UpadesasaJiasriM, by Bodlianidhi (.?), a pupil of Vidya- 
dhaman, ff. 37. See Ind. Off. Part lY, p. 731. 

In the margin: Upadesasahasrika i harih om i 

It begins: — visnum pahcatmakam vande bhaktyastadasa- 
bhedaya i samgavargonavimsatya bhaktair nnavabhir 
asritam i om i caitannyam sarvagam sarvam sarvabhuta- 
guhasayam i yat sarvavisayatitan tasmai sarvavide namah i 
1 II samavayya (read °vapya?) kriyas sarva daragnyadhana- 
purvikrih i brahmavidyam athedanim vaktum vedah praca- 
krame i 2 i etc. 

It ends on fol. 37 b: — iti saptasatasloka yatindrasrl- 
mukhotgatah i vivrta gurusaktena maya brahmatmabo- 



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dliakah i upasya sraddhaya .srimad-Vidyudliamamunes ciram i 
srimatpadarabujan tasya jn-asadan (read°dan) na svabuddhi- 
tah I yena me iiikliiladvaitad akrsya mana atmani i sthapitam 
munim mukliyena yavajjivan uamami tam i yatbhasyasa- 
garajayuktamaniu prakirnan j)rapyadliuna katipayan ka- 
vayo bhavanti i tasmai namo janamanobjadivakaraya kr- 
tsnagamartthanidhanaya yatisvaraya i iti srimad-Vidyadha- 
ma^isyeiia Bodhanidhina ' sraddbabhaktimatrapreritena 
krtam upadesagranthavivaranam samaptam ii yatpiidakama- 
lasamgat nirvanara praptavan aham i sarvantaratmapujyams 
tan pranamami gariyasah i harih om il subbam astu ii 

(c) 

The Vivekacuddmani by ^aiikara, ff. 31. 

In the margin: vivekacudamani om. 

It begins: — sarvavedantasiddhantagocaran tam agoca- 
ram i Govindam paramananda(Tn) matgurum pranatosmy 
aham l 1 l jantiinam narajanma durllabham atah pumstvan 
tato viprata tasmad vaidikamargadharmmaparata vidvatvam 
asmat param i atmanatmavivecanam svanubhavo brahma- 
tmana samsthitir mmuktir nno satakotijanmasukrtaili pu- 
nyair vina labhyate i 2 i etc 

It ends on foL 31: — iti srimat-paramahainsa-parivraja- 
kacaryyavaryya-sri-Govinda-bhagavatpiijyapada-sisya-srimat- 
paramahamsa - parivrajakacaryyavaryya - srimat - Samkara- 
bhagavatpada-krtauvivekaciidamanissampurnah ii srikrsnaya 
parasmai brahmane namah ii 

25. 

Whish No. 24. 

Size: IS^-Xlg in-, 58 (leaf 36 is missing) +38 leaves (the latter 
being foliated by the numbers 100 to 137), 7 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date of MS.: Early 18th cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 
The MS. is much coi'rected. 

I Proper name? 



-^ 30 f^- 

(a) 
Commentaries on the 8a])talalisana\ i. e. seven phonetic 
treatises referring to the Black Yajur Veda. (See Burnell 
I. O. p. 10 seqq., and Burnell, Tanjore, p. 5 seqq.) They 
are: — 

(1) The Samdnavydkhydna, a Commentary on the Sam- 
hitdsanidnalaksana. Fols. 1 — 12. 

It begins: — atheti adhikarartthothasahdah i yatha atha- 
sabdonusasanam iti i adhikarah prastavah prararnbha ity 
artthantaram yesu padesu samhitayam visarjaniyo lupyate I 
tesam padanam samgrahalaksanasastram prastutam ity 
etam arttham athasabdo dyota iti (read dyotayati) I etc. 

It ends (fol. 12a):— iti samanavyakhyanam sampiirnain II 
harih om ii 

(2) The Vilimghyavydkhydna by Fimdarikaksisuri, a 
Commentary on the Vilimghyalaksana of Ndrdyana. Ff. 
12—21. 

It begins (fol. 12a): — atlia (sic) vilimghya (°khya j9r. m.)- 
vyakhyanam i om pranipatya jagannatham Pundarikaksi- 
surina i vilimghyalaksanavyakhya kriyatedya maya svayam I 
pranamya bharatim ity ena praripsitasya vilimghyalaksa- 
nasya avicchedaparisamaptaye i sarasvatin devlrn pranamya 
Narayananamaham i vilimghyani padani pravaksyamiti i 
pratijnayate ekaraikaravarnau yau samhitayam vikarinau i 
. . . padakale avikarinau i drstau yau tadantSni vilamghya- 
ni (sic)^ vedavittamair ucya[n]te i 

It ends (fol. 21): vilimghyavyakhyanam sampurnam ii 
harih om ii 

(3) The Naparavydkhydna or Naixirapaddhativydklnjdna, 
a Commentary on ^aurisunus Naparcdaksana. Ff. 22 — 26 b. 

It begins: — om atha naparavyakhyanam i natveti saka- 



1 This title does not occur in the MS., but it is given by Mr. 
Whish on the title page, and according to Burnell I. 0. p. 12, 
it seems to be the name assigned to these tracts in the South of 
India. It often occurs in Oppert's List of Sanskrit MSS. in Southern 
India. See Aufi-echt CC. s. v. 

2 See Burnell I. 0. pp. 10, 11; Tanjore p. 5b. 



-^ 31 ^<- 

lanivrttihetmn i . . . navam nutanam i laksanam i Saurisu- 
nur aham i pravaksyami i ity artthah i etc. 

It ends: — naparapaddhativyakhyanam samaptam ii liarihl 
om II 

(4) The TaparapaddJiati or Tai)arapaddhativijdkhydna, 
a Commentary on the Taparalaksana. Ff. 26 b — 28 b. 

It begins: — atha taparapaddhatih i annadyan nirbha- 
jati I etc. 

It ends : — iti taparapaddhativyakhyanam samaptam ii 
harih i om ii 

(5) The Avarnivydlihydna, a Commentary on the Avarni- 
laksam. Ff. 28b— 35b. 

It begins: — atha avarnivyakhyanam i avarninyanuktam 
ity adi vacyantam i piirvasyavarnilaksanasya anuktyadhi- 
koktipurfiktibhih i etc. 

It ends: — iti akaradini padany uktani ii harih i om ii 

(6) The Akdrapaddhatl or Avarnivydkhydna, a Commen- 
tary on the Avarnilaksana. Ff. 35b— 39 b. 

It begins: — atha akarapaddhatih i antariksam ivagnl- 
ddhram i etc. 

It ends: — ity akaradipadany uktani ii avarnivyakhyanam 
samaptam ii om ii 

(7) The Animyyavydkhydna, a Commentary on the Anim- 
gyalaksam. Ff. 39 b — 58. 

It begins: — atha animgyavyakhyanam l munimanasetyadi- 
slokatrayenadau praripsitasya laksanasya avighnena pari- 
samaptaye mamgalam adadhanah abhistadevatan nama- 
skrtya visayan darsayati i animgyam iti I anusisyata iti ca 1 
animgyam avibhagapadam ucyate ! na tv asamasapadam 1 
saty api samase sacipatih brhaspatir ityadlnam animgya- 
tvat I etc. 

It ends: — iha aniingyapadanam prapaiicatvat i grantha- 
gauravabhayat saniksipya dinmatram uktani i anonuktan 
ca yat kihcit vidvatbhir iihaniyam ii prayogatonugantavyam ii 
ity animga(s/c)vyakhyanam piirnam n harih i om ll etc 



-^ 32 H^ 



(b) 



A Cofnmentari/ on the Blidradvajaslksa, by LaJiSmana 
Jatcmdlalliascistrin. Ff. 100—137. 

It begins: — -namas ^ivaya sainbaya saganaya sasunave I 
sanandine sagangaya savrsaya namo namah i ddhyatva- 
sadya jagannatham sambam sarvartthasadhakam i vyakhya- 
yatedhima siksa Bharadvajamunlrita i parisphi(read pra- 
ripsi°)tasya granthasyavighnena parisamaptyarttham adau 
istadevatan namaskararupam mamgalya (read mamgalam) 
svayam krtva sisyanusiksayai granthato nibaddhnan i ciklrsi- 
tam pratijanite i ganesam pratinipatyaham sandehanan ni- 
varttaye (read nivrttaye) i siksam anupravaksyami vedanam 
mulakaranam i ganadhipatim anamya vedanam grantha- 
trayanam adikaranam i siksam vedasthasandeham nlvara- 
naya pravaksyamiti Bharadvajaniuninoktam ii 

It ends: — Bharadvajamuniprokta Bharadvajena dhlmata I 
vyakbyata Laksmanakhyena Jatavallabbasastrina ii sastislo- 
kaparyyantain maya vyakhyanam krtan tatah ii karakrtam 
aparadham ksantum arbanti santab ii barib ii 



26. 

WmsH No. 25. 

Size: ll| X l| in., (1) + 37 + (1) + 21 + (2) leaves, 6 lines on a 
page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated 1822. The MS. may be about 
50 years older. 

Character: Grantha. 

(1) 

Tbe Mantraprasnadvaya, or tbe Mantrapdtha of the 
Apastambins in 2 Prasnas. 

Tbis is tbe MS. 'Wb.' used for tbe edition of tbe 'Man- 
trapatba or Tbe Prayer Book of tbe Apastambins' by 
M. Winternitz, Part I (Oxford 1897, Anecdota Oxonien- 
sia). See Introduction p. xii. 



->4 33 HS- 

(2) 

The Aimstanibiya Grhyasatra, in 23 Khandas. 

This is the MS. 'C. used for the edition of the Apa- 
stambiya Grhyasutra by M. Winternitz (Vienna 1887). 
See Preface p. V. 



27. 

Whish No. 26. 

Size: IB'sXls in-, (3) + 135 + (2) leaves, generally 5 lines on 
a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Bate: Entry by Mr, "Whish dated 'CaHcut 1824'. The Angirasa 
year preceding 1824 (see below) is A. D. 1812/13, but probably the 
year A. D. 1752/53 is meant. 

Scribe: The son of Sesadri. See above No. 15. 

Character: Grantha. 

The Ekagnikdndavydlihyci, or Mantraprasnahhdsya, or 
MantrahMsya, by Haradatta. 

This is the MS. 'Hw.' used for the edition of -the 
Mantrapatha or the Prayer Book of the Apastambins' by 
M. Winternitz, Part I, see Introduction, p. xii. 

It begins: — i avighnam astu om i pranipatya mahadevam 
Haradattena dhimata i ekagnikandaniantranam vyakhya 
sammyag vidhiyate ii 1 i tatra tadadaryya' adito vaisvade- 
vamantran adhiyate i etc. 

J^. 57: — ity ekagnikande prathamah prasnas samaptah ii 

It ends: — ity ekagnikandavyakhya Haradattacaryyavira- 
cita sampurna ii visargabindvaksara° etc. 

The date is given in the following colophon : — amglra- 
savarsam i cittiramasam i 24 tithi i astami tiruvonanaksa- 
trattile i aparanhakalattile mudihcutu ii harih om subham 
astu arngirasabde vasubhe mesamasebjavasare i Sesadri- 
sununa sammyan mantrabhasyam samaptam ii 



I The Telugu edition reads: tatracaryya. 



-^ 34 Hg- 



28. 
Whish No. 27. 

Size: 7? Xl? in., 62 leaves, 8 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Dafe 0/ MS. : Thursday the fifth day of the dark half of the 
month of Karttika of the Jupiter year Srimukha in which the copy 
of the first work was finished (see the colophon below) corresponds 
(according to Dr. Schram's Tables) to November Ist, A. D. 1753. 

Character: Grantha. 

(a) 

The Svarapancdsacchlokl Vyakliyd, a Commentary on 
the Svaralciksana (see the second work), ff. 1 — 57. The 
text, also, is mcluded. 

It begms: — atlndriyarthavijnanam pranamya brahma 
sasvatam I taittiriyapadadinam vaksyami svaralaksanam ii 
anena slokena paraparabrahma pranamapurvakam aripsita- 
granthasyabhidheyam aha i vedopi sasvatam brahma i etc 
. . . svaralaksanajnane phalantaram apy asti i tannirnita- 
svaresu padarupajhanam i yatha i ayam iha prathamodhayiti 
nadagamasarpka bhavati i tasmad arabdhavyam evaitat ii 
tatra paribhasam aha i udattas canudatta^ ca varnanam 
prakrtau svarau ii etc. 

It ends: — arunopanisatsvaras tu uktah kecit boddhyah | 
kvacid addhyayanat anye anyathapi boddhyah I sanibharyya 
grhnati I palvalya grhnati I yosau tapann udeti ityadi i eka- 
srntis canukta bhavati I agnis ca jatavedas ca upanisatsu 
ca ekasrutir bhavati vyatyayas ca i siksam vyakhyasyamah | 
sahasrasirsam devam i sa va esa purusonnarasamayah i ity- 
adi 1 anyepiti vacanam anyatrapi kvacit padaddhyayanarahite 
vyatyayam sticayati i pra nu vocam cikituse sa tvan nala- 
plavo bhutva i sa vacaspate hrd iti vyaharat ii om iti svara- 
pahcasacchloki vySkhya piirna ii harih om li 

The colophon is written in Tamil and contains the date: 
^rimukhavarusam karttigai masam 5 va vyarakke(read viya- 
rakki?)rammaile Egadesil (?) erudiiisadu. 



-5^ 35 HS- 

(b) 

The Svaralalisana (by Kesavdrija, son of Snrideva- 
biiddhetidra) , a treatise on the accents in the Black 
Yajur-veda, ff. 58 — 62. The name of the author is not 
mentioned in our MS., but is given in Burnell I. 0. p. 9 seq., 
from which it appears also, that our MS. contains only 
the first part of the work. 

It begins: — atlndriyartthavijfianam pranamya brahma 
sa^vatam i taittirlyapadadinam vaksyami svaralaksanam ii 
udattas canudattas ca varnanam prakrtau svarau i svaritas 
tu dvidhocyante dhrtali kampa^ ca samhitah ii tulyasvaras 
sarupartthe pade bhedepi tat supam i dvir ukta ca grhepy 
evam dvidhemgyara^e vibhaktije ii 1 il 

It ends: — nyamsvaryyujyafi cidanavyasasaumyas ceti tadr- 
sah I anyepy addhyayanat boddhya arunopanisatsvarah ii 50 ii 
harih om etc. 

29. 

Whish No. 28. 

Size: 9jXl? in., 72 leaves, foliated from 1 to 69 (leaf 11 being 
counted twice), followed by two leaves numbered 72 and 79; from 7 
to 9 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: 18th cent.? 

Character: Grantha. 

Injuries: One half of leaf 72 is lost. An odd half leaf found in the 
volume does not belong to this MS. Leaf 69 is damaged. 

Fragments of the MaTidganesa-Mcmtrapaddliati by Oir- 
vdnendra, the pupil of Ylsvesvara. Visvesvara was a pupil 
of Amarendra Yadi (sic), Amarendra Yadi a pupil of 
Glrvdnendra Yogin. 

It begins: — srimahaganapataye namali I Amarendra-yadis 
Sisyo Girvanendrasya Yoginah i tasya Visvesvaras sisyo 
Girvanendroham asya tu I sisyo mahaganesasya vaksye sri- 
mantrapaddhatim i etan distya ' khilas santas santustas 

I This word is not quite clear, perhaps drstya? Should it be drstva- 
khilan? 

3* 



•^ 36 »-s- 

santu santatam i prathamam srlmahaganapate(r) nySsavi- 
dhana(ni) likhyate i atha punar acamya i guruh i prEgvan- 
dano vistare(read °ro)pavistas san itySdi granthartthotra 
likhyate i etc. 

The last three hnes:^mulagnaye yavagra(m) syat anna- 
yannan tu payasam i balaya tilatailam syat sarasvataya 
maksikam i tandulan dharanaya syat medhayai tv iksu- 
khaiidakam i dadhi pustyai sthirayambhah pritaye kadall- 
phalam i apupam va^yaka. Here the MS. breaks off. 



30. 

Whish No. 29. 

Size: 12[xli in., 276 leaves, 9 or 10 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: 18th or 19th cent.? 

Character: Grantha. 

The MayukliamdWm, a Commentary on {Pdrtliasdrathi- 
misra's) Sdstrad'qnkd (a Commentary on the Mimdmsd- 
Sutras), by Somandtlia, the pupil and younger brother of 
Venkatddriyajvan, and the son of Siiri Bhatta, of the 
family of Nittala. See Ind. Off., Part IV, p. 696 seq., 
and Hall, p. 176. 

It begins: — aviskarotu vibudhair abhivandiniyam vacam 
sa kopi mama vallabhasarvabhaumah i vamsopi yatpari- 
grhitataya vibhakti ^ vacalatam tribhuvanaikavimohayantim I 
adhigamya kalam akhilam agrabhavad Vemkatadriyajva- 
gurerah^ l vacanair anatipracurair vyakurve i^astradlpikani 
visadavibudhah3 pranamya miirddhna bahudha vah prar- 
tthaye krtavasyam arpayata drsam suksmam nindata parato- 
bhinandata va i etc. 

It ends: — iti ^ri-Nittala-kula-tilaka-Suri-bhatta-mahopa- 
ddhyayatanubhavasya Verakatadriyajvagurucarananuja - So- 



1 bibhartti, Ind. Off. MS. 

2 K,ead o guroh. 

3 visadam ii 2 ii vio Ind. Off. MS. 



~^- 37 f<^ 

manatha-sarvatomukhayajinah ki-tau sastradipikavyakhya- 
jam mayukhamalikasamakhyayam dvitlyasyaddhyayasya 
caturtthah padali ii harih om i srigurubliyo naraah i 



31. 

Whish No. 30. 

Size: 5'h X 1-g- in., 94 leaves, 8 or 9 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: 18tii or lOtii cent.? 

Character: Grantha. 

The ^ivccgltd in 16 Adliyayas (from the Padma-Piirdna, 
«ee Hall p. 123, Aufrecht-Oxford, p. 17, Mitra, Notices, 
vol V, p. 94 seqq., No. 1777, but ibid. vol. IV, p. 84, 
No. 1488 described as belonging to the Matsya-Purdna). 

It begins: — umapatyam {sic) umajanim umah comasaho- 
<larain | umananandaram patmam vidhim vayani upasmahe i 
paficaksaratanum pahcavadanam pranavam sivam i aparaka- 
runariipam gurumiirttini ahain bhaje i Suta uvaca i athatas 
sampravaksyami suddham kaivalyamuktidam i anugrahan 
mahesasya bhavaduhkhasya bhesajam ii 1 ii etc. 

It ends: — ity uktva prayayus sarve sayamsandhySm 
upasitum i stuvantas Sutaputran te santusta gomatitatam ii 
iti sri-sivagitasupanisatsu parabrahmavidyayam yogasastre 
siva-raghava-samvade sodasoddhyayah li ^risivaya namah II 
harih om ii 



32. 

WrasH No. 31. 

Size: 7 X ll in., 30 + 66 + (3) leaves, from 6 to 8 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Kollam year 997 ("Kollam 997 amatadhanumasam", at the 
«nd of the Kaivalyanavanita) i. e. A. D. 1822. 
Character: Malay alam. 

(1) 
The Pancaratnaprakaram in Malayalam language (ff. 1—8). 



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(2) 

The Gnrwfda from the Slmnda-Purana (ff. 9—22). 
See Aufrecht-Oxford 72 b. 

It begins (f. 9): — srigaiiapataye namali I kailasasikhare 
ramye bliaktanugraliatalpara[h] * pranamya parvati bhaktyH 
§amkaram pariprcchati i 1 i sridevy uvaca i om namo 
devadevesaparatppara jagatguroh^ sadasiva mahadeva (read 
"deva) gurudiksam pradehi me i 2 i 

F. 22b ends: — sada sivo bhavety eva satyam satyam na 
samsayah na (gu)ror adliikam na ^uror adhi(ka)m na guror 
adhikam na guror adhikam i harih ii 

(3) 

The Purvottaradvddasamanjarikd Stotra by ^aiikara 
(ff. 23—27). 

F. 23 begins: — harih dinam api rajanlsayampratah 
sisiravasante punar ayatah kala(h) kridati gacchaty ayus 
tad api na muiicaty a^apasam i bhaja Govindam bhaja 
Govindam Govindam bhaja mudhamate i 1 i 

Ff. 26b — 27: — dvadasamanjarikabhir ihaisa sisyanam 
kathito hy upadesah ekagre na karoti viveka te pasyante 
narakam anekam i bhaja Govindam i 24 ii iti srimat- 
para(ma)hamsaparibhramlakarya (read °parivrajakacarya)- 
srimat- Sankara(ca)ryaviracite purvottaradva(da)samanjari- 
kastottram sampurnnam ii ^ri-Sankaracaryaviracire svamine 
namah srividyarunyasvamine namah ii 

(4) 

Fragment of a short tract (in Sanskrit) (ff. 27 — 28b). 

It begins: — bandhah karmany atha bahuvidhe striguha- 
yam pravistah pumsor etakana sakhelite (??) sonite varttama- 
nah vitppankothaikramibhi[h]r abhitas taditah piditatma 
yavat i etc. 

F. 28b ends: — sasnehabhyam paravasataya puspyamanah 
pitrbhyam kridalaulyam prathitabahucapalyam uUaghya 

1 otalpara for "tatpara. Grantha MSS. frequently have Ip for tp. 

2 Read devadevesa paratpara jagadguroV 



-$H 39 HS- 

balyam dvaitiyikam puram atha vayah prapnuvat dvptacitto 
laksmi janeta tava vada yugam vismaren masma 
bhupara ii 

(5) 

Fragment of another short tract (in Sanskrit) (if. 29 — 30). 

F. 29 begins: — harih bhedabhedau savatrigalitau punya- 
pape visirnne mayamohe ksayam adhigatau nastasanne- 
havrttau sabdatitam trigunarahitam, etc. 

F. 30b ends: — santikalyanahetum mayaranye dahanam 
amalam ^antinirvanadivam tejorasim nigamasadana-Vyasa- 
puttrastakam yah pratahkale pati mahatam vyayatinirvana- 
divam i Vyasaputram ii 

(6) 

The Kaivalyanavanita (in Malayalam language) in 
2 PataLas (ff. 66). 



33. 

Whish No. 32. 

Size: 9t x 1-ff in., 23 leaves, 8 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date of MS.: 18th or 19th cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 

A Commentary on SahkaracdrycCs Atmahodhaprakarana, 
(by Madhusiidana Sarasvatl, according to Prof. Aufrecht). 

It begins: — atra bhagavan Sankaracaryya uttamadhi- 
karinam vedantaprasthiinatrayan nirmmaya tadanvalocana- 
sama(r)tthanam mandabuddhinam anugraharttham sarvave- 
dantasiddhantasamgraham atmabodhakhyam prakaranan 
didarsayisuh pratijanite i tapobhir iti i etc. 

It ends: — tasmad atmatlrttharatasya na kihcid avasi- 
syata iti bhavah ii iti srimat-paramahamsa-parivrajakacaryya- 
sri - Govinda - bhagavatpadacaryya - sisya - srimat - Sankara- 
caryya - viracitatmabodhaprakaranasya tika samapta i 
harih i om i 



-^ 40 r<- 

u. 

AVhish No. 33. 

Size: 14xl| in., (2) + 276 [really 288, for after f. 67, ff. 48—67 
are repeated again — I marked them as 48* — 67* — and after f. 171 
f. 180 follows , though nothing is missing] + (3) leaves , from 7 to 
10 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated 'Deer. 1831.' The Kalayukti 
(or Kalayukta) year immediately preceding 1831 is A. D. 1798'99, 
but the MS. may have been written 60 or 120 years earlier (A. D. 
1738/39 or even 1678/79). - ■ • 

Scribe: Sesasuri. 

Character: Grantha. 

The Visnu-Purdna, in 6 Ainsas. 

It begins: — om narayanan namaskrtya naran caiva na- 
rottamam i Vyasam sarasvatin devim tato jay am udirayet ii 
pranamya visnum visvesabrahmadin pranipatya ca i gurum 
pranamya vaksyami puranam vedasammitam i itihasapura- 
najiiam vedavedamgaparagam i dharmmasastrartthatatva- 
jnam Vasisthatanayatmajam i Parasaram sukhasinam krta- 
piirvahnikakriyara i Maitreyah paripapraccha pranipatya- 
bhivadya ca i etc. 

The I"* Amsa ends (f. 55): — devarsipitrgandharvayaksa- 
dinan tu sambhavam i bhavanti srnvatah pumso devadya 
varada mune i iti srivisnupurane prathamemse dvavimso- 
ddhyayah ii prathamomsas samaptah ii 

The II "^"^ Amsa ends (f. 76): — iti bharatanarendrasara- 
vrttam kathayati yas ca srnoti bhaktiyuktah i sa vimalama- 
tir eti natmamoham bhavati ca samsaranesu muktiyogyah ii 
iti srivisnupurane dvitlyerp^e sodasoddhyayah i harili om I 
dvitlyom^as samaptah i om i 

The III'^'i Amsa ends (f. 117): — pumsam jatabharana- 
maulavatam vrthaiva moghasinam akhilasaucanirakrtanam I 
toyapradanapitrpindabahiskrtanam sanibhasanad api nara 
narakam prayanti ii iti srivisnupurane trtlyeinse astadaso- 
ddhyayah i harih om. 

The ly*^ Am^a ends (f. 171b): — etad viditva na na- 
rena karyyam mamatvam atmany api panditena i tisthantu 
tavat tanayatmaja(d)yah ksetradayo ye tu sariratonye i itya- 



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dimaha^rivisnupurane caturtthemse caturvirasoddhyayah ii 
caturttharpsas samaptah \\ barili om ii 

The V*^ Amsa ends (f. 252): — srI-Parasarali i ity ukto- 
bhyetya partthabhyam yamabhyaii ca tatliarjjunali i drstafi 
caivanubliutan ca sarvam akhyatavams tada i Yyasavakyan 
ca te sarve srutvarjjunamukheritam l rajye Pariksitam krtva 
yayuh Pandu(su)ta vanam i ityetat [sJtavaMaitreyavistarena 
mayoditam i jatasya yad Yador vaipb^ Vasudevasya cesti- 
tam 11 iti srivisnupurane paficamemse astatri(m)soddhyayali I 
^rikrsnaya namah li 

The VI*'' Amsa ends (f. 276b): — iti vividham ajasya 
yasya riipam prakrtiparatmamayam sanatanasya i pradisatu 
bhagavSn asesapumsara harir apajanmajaradikam .samr- 
ddhim ii iti srivisnupurane sasthemse astamoddhyayah li om 
harih om ii sri-Parasaraya namah ii srl-Yedavyasaya namah ii 
samajitas sasthomsah ii harih om . . . om srih visnupuranam 
samaptam ii bindudurllipi" . . . sajjanah ii abdesmin kalayu- 
ktyakhye jyesthamasy astame dine i Hkhitam vaisnavam 
idam puranam Sesasurina ii om. 



35. 

WmsH No. 34. 

Size: 9rX2 in., 170 leaves, from 8 to 14 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. — ; .! , __ 

Date of MS.: 18th Or 19 tu cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 

The Jayamangalci, a Commentary on the LaJitdsahasra--^ 
ndmastotra (from the Bralmidnda-Pimina), by Bliatta 
Ndrdya)ia, a son of Vehkatddri. See Mitra, JSTotices, 
vol YII, p. 57, No. 2287. 

It begins: — ^rimahaganapataye namah i srimatah karuna- 
kataksasaranirn samprapya te patmabhu(r) brahmandani 
karoti raksati harir hantisvaro lllaya i trayyante -purusah 
paratpara iti khyatopi sarnvitkale sa kastheti ca sa para 
gatir iti tvayy eva visramyati I etc. 

Then ff. lb — 2a: — advaitavidyacaryya-sn-Verakatadri- 



■^ 42 Hg- 

tanubhavah i Narayanambikagarbha^uktimuktamanis su- 
dhili 1 lalitade^ikadesad Yyakhyam Narayana sphutam i sa- 
hasrasya rahasyanam namnam viracayamy aham i etc. . . . 
vyakurmmahe i srisrimateti i ^rir ai^varyyam, etc. 

It ends: — sri-Bhatta-Narayanena viracita lalitasahasra- 
nama-stotravyakhya jayamamgalakhya sampiirna .4rimaha- 
tripurasundaricaranaravindayor nnityabhaktir astu mama | 
sriramaya paramagurave namah ii harih om ii subham astu 
gurucaranaravindabhyan namali om ii 



36. 

Whish No. 35. 
Size: 11 xH in., (2) + 176 [really 140, ff. 77—115 being missing, 
and £f. 38—39 being double] + (1) leaves, from 11—13 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18th cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 

Portions of the Mlmdmsdkaustuhha, a Commentary on 
Jaimini^s Mimdmsci-Darsana, by Khandadeva, the son of 
Budradeva, extending from the beginning of the second 
Adhyaya to the end of the first Pada of the third Adhyaya. 
Besides, there is a lacuna from the end of the 2'^'* to the 
beginning of the 4*^ Pada in the second Adhyaya. 

It begins: — srimahaganapate n(a)mah subham astusrima- 
haganapate n(a)mah i subham astu evani upotghataprasakta- 
nuprasakte mantralaksanadau samapte yatprasamgena 
yad agatam tatsamaptau tatbuddhis saiijayata iti nya- 
yena bhavartthadhikaranoktadhatvartthakaranatvasya upa- 
sthite, etc. 

In margine: sabdantaradhikaranam. 

F. 18 b: — visesadar^anac ca purvesam sarvesu hy apra- 
vrtti syat ii See Mimanisadarsana II, 2, 4. 

F. 75: — sarvasyevoktakamatvat tasmin kamasruti syat 
nidhanarttha punasrutih ii II, 2, 29. 

P. 76b ends: — phalasambandhah na vatadaksam gunat 
bhavanabheda iti prayojanam pu. 



-^ 43 H^ 

Ff. 77 — 11-i are missing, and f. 115 begins: — lepi niril- 
(Ihalaksanaya prayogadarsanena, etc. 

F. 115 b: — kartur va srutisamyogat ii II, 4, 2. 

The 2°'^ Adhyaya ends (f. 127b): — sri-Eudradevasunoh 
krtir esa Khandadevasya i mlmamsakaustubhrikhyo bheda- 
ddhyaddhyeya (sic) caturtthaipghreli ii iti ^rl-Khandadeva- 
krtau mlmamsakaustublie dvitiyoddhyayah ii sriguru° etc. 

F. 173b: — vyavastha vartthasya srutisamyogal limgasya- 
rtthena sambandhal laksanarttha piinasrutih ii III, 1, 27. 

It ends (f. 176): — mima(mjsainbunidhim pramatthya vi- 
vidhair nnySyoccayair nirjjaraih krtva Jaiminisiitramanda- 
ram amura vedarp tatha vilsukim i yad dhalahalasamjiiani 
eva kalitam granthantaram sajjanaih srikrsnasya tu bhu- 
sanSya sa parani yah kaustubhakhyo manih ii sri-Rudra- 
devasunoh krtir esa Khandadevasya i mimamsakaustubha- 
khyosesaddhyaye pada adyayam ii i^rimatpuryottaramimam- 
saparavarinadhurina-sri-Rudradevasunoli Khandadevasya 
krtau mlmamsakaustubhe tritiyasyaddhyayasya prathamah 
padah li srimahaganapate namah ii subham astu harih om il 



37. 

WmsH Nos. 36 A and 36 B. 

Size: 2 Vols., 15^xl|- in., 205 leaves (ff. 124—205 in vol. II), 
from 6 to 8 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated 'Calicut 1824.' The Krodhin 
year preceding 1824 is Saka 1707 or A. D. 1784/85, but it seems 
more likely that the MS. was written A. D. 1724^25. 

Scribe or owner of the books: Narayana. 

Character: Grantha. 

The Ujjvald, a Commentary on the Apastamhtya Dhar- 
inasutra. No. 36 A contains the first Prasna, Xo. 36 B the 
second Prasna.' 

This is the MS. 'G. U.' used by Dr. G. Buhler for his 
second edition of the Apastambiya Dharmasutra (Bombay 
Sanskrit Series Nos. 44 & 50). See Part I, p. ii. 



-5>4 44 H5- 

Vol. I ends: — iti Haradattaviracitayan dharmmavyakhya- 
yam ujvalayam ekadasam patalam ii samaptah pra^nah ii 
harih om ii sivaya namali ll atliato niyamesu sravanyan tapa 
svaddhyaya upasane maddhvam anne mamaddhyatmikan 
ksatriyam yatlia katha ca vidyayaikadasa ii om panigrahanad 
adhi grhamedliino vratam i 

Vol. II begins: — panigrahanad adhi grhamedhino vra- 
tam I purvasmin prasne adyayoh prayena brahmacarino 
dharmma uktah i uttaresv astasu sarvasramanam i etc. 

It ends: — iti Haradattaviracitayan dharmmavyakhyayam 
ujvalayam ekadasah patalah ll harih om ll dvitlyaprasnas 
samaptah ii . . . krodhisaravatsaram kannimasam yettanteti 
ujvala samapta ii sriramarppanam ii Narayanasya granthas 
samaptah ii 



38. 

Whish No. 37. 

Size: 9^ x l| in., 13 + 117 leaves, 8 or 9 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: The Parthiva year in which the MS. was written (see below) 
probably corresponds to A. D. 1766, perhaps to A. D. 1825/26. 
Scribe: Venkusudhivara Saunda. 
Character: Grantha. 

(1) 

The Taittirlya -PrdtisdMiya. 

It begins: — atha varnasamamnayah i atha navaditas sama- 
naksarani i dve dve savarne hrasvadlrghe i na plutapiirvam | 
sodasadita svarSh i seso vyahjanani, etc. 

It ends: — samsadam gacched acaryyasarnsadam iti ii atha 
catasro dvadasa ii iti dvitiyaprasnah pratisakhye samaptah ii 
harih om subham astu i 

(2) 

The Triblicisyaratna, a Commentary on the Taittirlya- 
FrdtisdWiya, 



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It begins: — bhaktiyuktah pranamyahara ganesacarana- 
dvayam gurim api giran devim idara vaksyami laksanam | 
vyakhyanam pratisakhyasya viksya vararucadikam i krtan 
tribhusyaratnam yat bhasate bbusurapriyam i etc. 

It ends: — iti tribhasyaratne prati^akhyavivarane dviti- 
yaprasne dvadasoddhyayali ii samapto dvitiyaprasnah 11 barili 
om II srimatpartthivavatsare madburtau mase madhau sya- 
male pakse prosthapadarksake kavidine dvadasyupetebani | 
granthas cottararatnasabdamilitasrimattribhasyabhidha sri- 
mad-Veipkusudbivarena likbitas Saundena sastrottame ii 
harih om srigurubhyo namah ii 



39. 

Whish No. 38. 

Size: 17-|x2 in., 175 leaves, 10 or 11 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: The Yuvan year in which the MS. was written 
(see below) probably corresponds to A. D. 1755,56, possibly to A. D. 
1815/16. 

Scribe: The son of Sesadri. See above Nos. 15 & 27. 

Character: Grantha. 

The Bhdgavata-Purdna, together with ^ridharah Com- 
mentary, Skandhas 11 and 12. 

It begins: — om i avighnam astu i vijayante parananda- 
krsnapadarajasrajah i ya dhrta miirddhni jayante mahen- 
dradimahasrajah ii pravarttitah (read pravrttitah) para- 
nandakrsnakridanuvarnita i tannivrtyii paranandapararo- 
honuvarnyate ii evan tavad dasamaskandhe bhubharavata- 
ranaya nijabhiitivibhusitayaduvarnsasya yaduvamsavata- 
ritasakalasurarnsasya bhagavata srikrsnasya taducitapra- 
vrttividambanena tacchravanasmaranadiparanam paresam 
anandakaranam krldanuvarnita i etc. 

F. lb: — ekadasaskandhasya pravrttih tasya yathamati- 
vyakhyanam arabhyate tatra mausalaprasamgarttham pur- 
vaskandharttham anuvadati slokadvayena ii krtva daityava- 
dham krsnas saramo yadubhi(r) vrtah i bhuvovatarayat bha- 
rafi javisthah janayan kalim li etc. 



The IV^ Skandha ends (f. 134): — iti srimatbhagavate 
mahapurane savyakhyana ekadasaskandhe paramam(read 
parama)hamsyayam samhitayam ekatrimsoddliyayah ii sri- 
krsnaya namah ii evam ekadasaskandhabhavartthapadadi- 
pika I svajnanaddhvantabhitena Sridharena praka^ita i ida- 
nln natigiidharttham srimat-bhagavatam kva nu i manda- 
buddhir aham krsne prema kim kin na karayet ii ajnana- 
ddhvantabliitanam bhaktanam bbagavan harih i Sridhara- 
caryyarupena vyakhyanam akarot svayam ii yodvayatma- 
bhidhanena lokam raksann ajijanat i tasya padayugaccha- 
tram murddhni vidharyyatam ii ekadasaskandhavyakhya pari- 
piirna ii srikrsnaya satyabhamasahitaya namah ii vatsare ca 
yuva uttarayane kumbhamasam adhige divakare i kalapaksa 
udabhupriyarksake sukrasisyaguruvasare diva i likhitaika- 
dasaskandhatika slokaili prasammita i Sesaputrena vidusa 
samiihyasabdikair asau ii bindusrngaksarair hinani etc. 

The Commentary to the 12*^ Skandha begins (f. 135): — ■ 
jayati srl-Parananda(h) krsnapahgalasaddrsah i etc. 

It ends (f. 175): . . . nama iti dvabhyam ii namas tasmai 
bhagavate vasudevaya saksine i ya idam krpaya kasmai 
vyacacakse mumuksave ii vyacacakse vyakhyatavan ii yogl- 
ndraya namas tasmai sukaya brahmarupine i samsarasar- 
padastam yo visnuratam amiimucat ii iti ^rimat-bhagavate 
mahapurane savyakhyane dvadasaskandhe trayodasoddhya- 
yah 11 srikrsnaya namah ii dvadasaskandhah piirnah ii bhava- 
rtthadlpikam etam bhagavatbhaktavallabham i sri-Parana- 
ndapadabjabhrmgasrl-Sridharokarot ii . . . srigurum Parama- 
nandam vanda anandavigraham i yatkrpalavalesena Sri- 
dharas sukrtas sukhi ii om dvadasas skandhas samaptah li 
harih om ii 

yuvabhidhanebda udagdisamge hy anantaratne (?) sisira- 
rttubhanaii i mase ghate paksa ihavadataglautarakayam 
likhitam mayedam ii satikan dvadasaskandhamulam Sesa- 
drisununa i Visvamitranvayamahapamkotbhavadinam krte II 
harih om ii sriguriibhyo namah ii bindusrragaksarair etc. . . . 
^riparadevatayai namah ii srisarasvatyai mmaksyai namostu 
om subham astu harih om ii 



40. 

WmsH No. 39. 

Size: 7'ix2l in., 59 leaves, 9 or 10 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS : 18 tu or 19 "» cent.? 

Character: Grantha. 

The BJiarjavadgltd, with a brief introduction. 

It begins: — asya sri-bhagavatgita^astramahamantrasya I 
Vedavyaso bhagavan rsih i anustup cchandah i tasam gitanam 
kvacin nanacchandamsi i evamprakarini cchandamsi i vis- 
variipo visnuh paramatma bhagavan ^riman-narayano 
devata i asocyan anvasocas tvam prajhavadams ca bhasasa 
iti bijara i sarvadharmman parityajya mam ekam ^aranam 
vrajeti saktih i urddhvamukxm adha^sakham asvattham 
prahur avyayam iti kilakara i sribhagavatsamaradhanrirtthe 
jape viniyogah i etc. 

The text begins (f. 2): — Dhrtarastra uvaca I dharmma- 
ksetre kuruksetre samavetfi yuyutsavah i etc. 

F. 5b: — visrjya sasaran capana sokasamvignamanasah ii 
^okasamvignamanasa iti ll iti on tat sad iti mahabharate 
satasahasrikayam samhitayam vaiyasikyam bhismaparvani 
sribhagavadgitasupanisatsu parabrahmavidyayam yogasastre 
srlkrsnarjjunasamvade arjjunavisadayogo nama prathamo- 
ddhyayah ii 

It ends: — iti on tat sat sribhagavatgitasupanisatsu 
parabrahmavidyayaiu yogasastre srlkrsnarjjunasamvade 
sakalavedasastrapuranasamgrahamoksayogo namastadaso- 
ddhyayah ii srikrsnaya parabrahmane namo namah ii sri- 
vasudevarpanam astu i 

41. 

Whish No. 40. 

Size: lOyXll in., 190 leaves, 8 or 9 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS: An entry by Mr. "Whish, found on the last page, 
is dated 'Calicut 1826'. The MS. may be about 50 or even 100 years 
older. 

Ch aracter : G rantha . 



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The Subodhini, a Commentary on the Bhagavadgitd, by 
^rldharasvdmin, in 18 Adhyayas. 

It begins: — vande krsnarjunau virau naranarSyanav 
ubhau I dharttarastrakiilonmattagajarohanavallabhau i sara- 
tthyam arjunasyajau kurvan gitamrtan dadau i lokatrayopa- 
karaya tasmai krsnatmane namah i . , . srimadhavam prana- 
myatha devam visvesam adarat i tatbliaktiyantritali kurve 
gitavyakhyam subodhinim i etc. 

Adhyaya I ends on f. 9, A. II on f. 27 b, A. Ill on 
f. 40 b, A. IV on f. 54, A. V on f. 63 b, A. VI on f. 74, 
A. VII on f. 82, A. VIII on f. 90, A. IX on f. 97 b, 
A. X on f. 106, A. XI on f. 120 b, A. XII on f. 126, 
A. XIII on f. 137, A. XIV on f. 144, A. XV on f. 151, 
A. XVI on f. 157 b, A. XVII on f. 165 b, A. XVIII 
on f. 190. 

It ends: — ^ri-Paramanandapadabjaraja^rldharinadhuna | 
Sridharasvamina prokta gitatika subodhini ii iti sribhaga- 
vatgitatikayam subodhinyam Sridharasvami-krtayam para- 
martthanirnayo nama astadasoddhyayali " srikrsnaya 
paramatmane namah ii svapragalbhyabalad vilokya bhaga- 
vatgitan tadantargatan tatvam prepsur upaiti kim guru- 
krpaviyusadrstim vina i asya svahjalina rahasyajaladher 
aditsur antarmmaninavarttesu na kin nimajjati janas sat- 
karnadharam vina ii harih om etc. 



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Size: 9|xl| in., (3) + 87 + (3) leaves, 7 or 8 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entries by Mr. Whish are dated 1825. The MS. may be 
about 50 years older. 
Character : Grantha. 

The Demmdhdtmya from the SaryasdvarnilM-Mcuwantara 
of the Mdrkandeya'Purdna, in 23 Adhyayas, preceded by 
the Argfdastotra , and Kllalristotra. The edition by 
L. Foley (Berlin 1831), and the Bombay editions of 1862 
(Sake 1784) & 1864 (Sake 1786) contain only 13 Adhyayas. 



~$^i 49 HS- 

It begins: — nyasam avahanafi caiva namany argalaklla- 
kam I hrdayan ca dalafi caiva ddhyanam kavacaiu eva 
ca I mrihatmyafi ca japen nityaiu astamyafi ca visesatah i 
sarvasaubhagyam apnoti[m] dehante ca labhet gatim i 
om I padayor varabliyo namali i nitambe narasimhyai 
namali i etc. 

F. 5b: — iti sridevimahatmye argalastotram samaptam ii 

F. 7: — iti sridevimrdiatmye kilakastotram samaptam ii 
athatas sampravaksyami vistarena yathatatham i candikrdir- 
dayam guhyam srunusvaikagramanasali ' i hram brim brbi (?) 
ai brim ^rim klim jaya jaya camundike tridasamaku- 
takoti saragbattacaranaravinde savitri gayatri sarasvati 
mababikrtabarine bhairavarilpadbarini prakatitadamstro- 
gravadane gbore gboranayane jvalajvrdasabasraparivrte, etc. 

Tbe first Adbyaya ends on f. 30. 

F.72: — eva[m]n devya varam labdbva Suratbab ksatriya- 
[rjrsabbab i suryyaj janma samasadya savarnir bhavita 
manub il iti srimarkandeyapurane siiryyasavarnike manvan- 
tare devlmabatraye suratbavaisyavarapradanan nama tra- 
yodasoddbyayali ii 

Tbe W^ Adbyaya ends on f. 78 b. Ff. 79—87 are also 
fobated separately by letters, viz. ka, kba, etc. 

End: — isanakoneksamksetrapalaya namali i astadalababye 
devyas tad daksinantam gamganapataye namali i pampara- 
magurubbyo namab i pamparamagurupadukabbyo namab i 
daravatukabbairavaya namab i duindurgayai namab i pantipu- 
jayet ii iti srimarkandeyapurane siiryyasavarnike manvantare 
devimabatmye panntipujarabasyan nama trayovim^o (pafica- 
viniso, pr. m.) ddbyayab ii sriiuabadevyai namab i ^rigurubbyo 
namab i sivaya namab i barib om ii 



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Material: Palm leaves. 



I These MSS, generally read srunu- for srnu-. 



-$M 50 H$- 

Date: An entry by Mr. Whish is dated 1825. The MS. may be 
about 50 years older. 

Scribe: Ananta Narayana. 
Character : Grantha. 

(1) 

The Kuldrnava{tantra) , in 17 Ullasas (fF. 1—95). See 
Aufrecht-Oxford p. 90 seqq. (No. 147); Iiid. Off. IV, p. 879; 
Mitra, Notices, I pp. 138 (No. 258), 160 (No. 290). 

It begins : — gurubhyo namali (i) upasrutinani anyesam upa- 
srutir iyain sada i srun(ut)aiu sarvaviranam caranam smaranam 
mmama i gurum ganapatim durgam ksetresam sivam arca- 
(read acyu?)tain i brahmanam girijam laksmlm vanim vande 
vibhutaye i anadyayakhiladyayamayine gatamaline i arupaya 
svarupayasivaya guruve namah i devyau(5ic)Yaca i on namo 
devadeve^a paiicakrtyavidbayaka i sarvajha bhaktisulabha ^a- 
ranagatavatsala (read°la) i miilesa paramesana karunamrta- 
varidhe i asare ghorasamsare sarve [da]du(li)khamalimasali|eic. 

F. 17: — iti srikularnave urddbvamnayamahatmye triti- 
yollasah ii 

F. 27: — iti ^rikularnavamahatmye rabasye sarvamgamo- 
ttame kuladivyadikatbanam pancamollasali ii 

The 7*'^ Ullasa ends on f. 37, the S*'^ U. on f. 44b, 
the 9*11 XT. on f. 51, the 10*^^ U. on f. 56, the IV-^ U. on 
f. 61b, the 12*51 xj. on f. 67 b, the W^ U. on f. 72 b, the 
14*1^ U. on f. 78, the 15*1^ U. on f. 84b, the U^^ U. on 
f. 89 b. 

It ends (f. 95): — iti ^rlmatkularnave maharahasye sarva- 
gamottame moksapade kiilavivahaprasamsan nama sapta- 
dasollasah ii 

(2) 

The Mantraksaramald, in 16 stanzas (ff. 95b — 98 b). 

It begins: — kallolo(lla)sitamrtabdhilaharimaddhyevirajan- 
manidvipe kalpakavatikaparivrte kadambavatojvale ratna- 
stambhasahasrauirmmitasabhamaddhye vimanottame cinta- 
ratnavinirmmite janani te simhasanam bhavaye ii 1 il 

It ends: — srimantraksaramalaya girisutSm yah pujayec 
cetasa sandhyasu prativasaram suniyatam tasyaui malas- 



-^ 51 -^ 

yacirat cittambhoruhamandape girisuta nrttam vidhatte sada 
vanivaktrasaroruhc jaladhijagehe jaganmamgalam ii 16 ii 
srimahatripurasundaryyai namah i karaki'tara aparadham 
ksantum arhanti santah i samkarasya caritakatharasah 
candra^ekharagunanikirttanam nilakantha tava padaseca- 
nam sambhavantu mama janma(ni) janmani i idam pustakam 
guruvanujfia Anauta - Narayana - likhitam I srigurubhyo 
namah i liarih om subbam astu il 



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a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: An entry by Mr. Whish is dated 'Calicut 1825'. The MS. 
is probably not much older. 

Character: Grantba. 

(1) 

The Vmiiqiddddikesdntastutl by ^aiilMva, with a Com- 
mentary, called SulihabodhiuL Printed, with a different 
commentary, in the Kavyamala, Part II, pp. 1 — 20. 

It begins: — harih i nabhinalikalolambabhamgivanitapab- 
phalam i kudumbikalasambbodheh kanyaya(h) kalaye mahah i 
alikalocanatopad alikam rataye dadat i vii^ralambhara pura- 
strii,iam pusnat tejo bbajamahe i giripathodhipathojasada- 
nanandadhoramh i padam kurve namasyanam umalaksmi- 
sarasvatih i bhagavatpadapadadikesastutya madhusruta i 
vyakhya vitanyate ramya namnSsau sukhabodhini ii iha 
khalu sakalajagadanugrahaya svecchakrtavigrahaparigrahali 
paramakarunikagragaiiyah sarvajiiasikhamanayah sri- 
Samkarabhagavatpujyapadah srimadvaipayanapranltabrah- 
masiitravyakhyanarupasrlmat - bhSsyakaraiiena mumuksu 
jijhasyafi jagaj janmadikaraiiam sakalopanisatgamyam 
saccidanandadvayam pratyagabhinnam visnvakhyam brahma 
mukhyadhikriribhyah karatalabadaravat sphutara pradar- 

^ya mandadhikarinam anujighrksaya nirvisesam parain 

4* 



-^H 52 H^ 

brahma saksat karttum amsvarali ye manclas tenukampyante 
savisesanirupanair iti nyiiyena tasyaiva jDaratatvasya saka- 
lasrutismrtipuranavacanais suddliasatvopaliitatvena satvika- 
sevyatvena cavagatasya samkhacakrasarnganandakakau- 
inodaklrupapancayudhalamkvtasya garudavahanasya sesa- 
sayinali srlmahalaksmibhumidevisametasya kaustubliasrl- 
vatsamuktabharanaklritakatakamgadadisarvabharanabliusi- 
tasya sakalalokatisayalusaimdaryyasimnah niratisayadayasu- 
dhasamudrasya sakalajagadraksanadiksitasya sribhagavato 
narayanasya padadikesastutin tadupasanarupam sakrt pa- 
thamatrena sakalapurusarttbasandohinim dvipaiicasat^lokat- 
mikam karttum arabhante ii tatradaii varnyate samkho bhu- 
jagrevastbito bareli i nilasailasikbarudhacandrabimbasriyam 
vahan ii laksmibbarttur bhujagre krtavasati sitam yasya 
rupam visalam, etc. 

It ends: — paramanandam atmasvarupam pravisati tatraiva 
llyate brahmanandasvarupenavatistbata iti siddham ii iti 
srimatparamabamsaparivrajakacaryya-sri-Govinda-bbagavat- 
pujyapadasisya-sri-Samkara-bbagavatpadakrta-srivisnupada- 
dikesaparyyantastute(r) vyakbya samgrbita samapta ii barib i 
om I 

(2) 

Tbe Uttaragltd, a kind of appendix to tbe Bbagavadgita, 
in three Adbyayas. See A. Holtzmann, Das Mababbarata II, 
165 seq. 

It begins: — krsnaya vasudevaya jiianamudraya yogine i 
natbaya rukminisaya namo vedantavedine i Arjuna uvaca | 
yad ekam niskalam brahma vyomatitan nirahjanani i apra- 
tarkyam anirdesyam vinasotpattivarjitam i etc. 

F. 4: — om tat sad iti srima[t]duttaragitasiipanisatsu 
parabrahmavidyayam yoga^astre ^rikrsnarjunasamvade a- 
dvaitavasan nama prathamoddbyayah ii 

F. 8: — iti ^rimaduttaragitasupanisatsu . . . dvitiyo- 
ddbyayah ii 

It ends-. — sarvacintavinirmmuktan niscintam acalam 
bhavet i on tat sad iti ^ribhagavatgitastipanisatsu para- 
brahmavidyayam yogasastre srikrsnarjunasamvade advaita- 



-^ 53 hs- 

vasan nama tritiyoddhyayah il ^rikysnarpanam astu sriguru- 
bliyo namah i ^ridaksinamurttaye namah li 



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Size: 10x2g in., 36 + (1) leaves, 11 or 12 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: An entry by Mr. Whish at the end of the MS. is dated 
-•Calicut 1825.' The MS. is probably not much older. 
Character: Grantha. 

The Ratirahasya, a treatise on Kamasastra, in 10 Pa- 
ricchedas, by KohliolM who composed it for Vaidyadatta. 
See Burnell, Taujore, p. 58 seq., & Ind. Ofif. Ill, p. 362. 
Burnell has Vainyadatta, Eggeling Vainyadatta, for Vai- 
dyadatta. 

It begins: — yenakari prasabham acirad arddhanarisvara- 
tvam dagdhenapi tripurajayino jyotisa caksusena i indor 
mmitram sa jayati niiidan dhama vamapracaro devas sriman 
bhavarasajusan daivatam cittajanma i parijanapade bhripga- 
srenipikah patuvandino himakarasitacchatram mattadvipo 
malayanilah i krsatanudhanurvalli lilakataksasaravali mana- 
sijamahavirasyoccair jayanti jagajjitah ii 2 i Kokkokanamna 
kavina krtoyam sri-Vaidyadattasya kutuhalena i vilokyatam 
kamakalasu dhiraih pradlpakalpo vacasam nigumbhah i etc. 

It ends: — iti kaksaputasarasamgrahali ii iti ratirahasye 
yogadhikaro nama dasamah paricchedah ii ^ubham astu ii 



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Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: An entry by Mr. "Whish at the end of the MS. is dated 
'Calicut 1825' ; the MS. may be about 50 years older. 
Character: Grantha. 

The Suryasataka, by 2fayura, with a Commentary Ijy 
Anvayamuklia. 



-^ 54 .<- 

It begins: — jambharatibhakumbhotbhavam iva dadhatas 
sandrasindurarenum raktas sikta ivaughair udayagiritati- 
dhatudharadravasya i etc. 

The Commentary begins: — jambharater indrasya ibhasya 
gajasyairavatasya pragdigasrita(na)m adhipatyasanniddhya- 
sambhavad eva muktih kumbhayor udbhava udbhutir bhuma 
yasya tarn, etc. 

After verse 100 follow the text and commentary of the 
verse, slokalokasya bhutyai satam iti racita sri-Mayurena 
bhaktya, etc. It ends: — orn i sivaya namah ii suryyasataka- 
slokavyakhyanagrantham sampurnam harih om ii srigurubhyo 
namah ii om sadatisrastusandhyasu (?) vidhivisnupuraribhih i 
upasyo ya svarupena tam adityam aharn bhaje i tatra- 
bhavan Mayiiro nama mahakavir antahkaranadisarva- 
vayanirvrtisiddhaye sarvajanopakaraya ca hiranyagarbha- 
pramukhasarvakarmmanyopasya(sya)yajurupanisadupapadi- 
taoijopasanasaddhyasadhanasya pratyaksabrahmanas suryya- 
mandalantarvarttino bhagavata adityasya stutirn slokasatena 
pranitavan i tasya stuter vivaranam balasukhabodhanaya- 
nvayamukhena kriyate ii om suryyaya namah ii 



47. 

WmsH :^o. 48. 

Size: 9f x l|^ in., (1) + 137 + (1) leaves, from 10 to 12 lines on 
a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: 18 tt or 19 th cent.? 

Character: Grantha. 

(1) 

The Karttikamalmtmya, from the Padma-Piiram , in 
30 Adhyayas (ff. 1—49). 

It begins: — Sutah i sriyah patim athamantrya gate de- 
varsisattame i harsotphullanana Satya madhavam punar 
abravit i Satyovaca i etc. 

It ends: — ye manavah karttikamasi bhaktya snanah ca 
dipan haripujanah ca i danam vratam brahmanabhojanadi 



-^. 55 H$- 

kurvanti te svargakutumbina syuh ii iti ^rlpatme purane 
karttikamahritmye trirasoddbyayah ii srikrsnaya namah | 
yadrsara pustake drstva tadrsam likhitani niaya i abaddham 
va subaddbam va mama doso na vidyate ii 

(2) 

Tbe VaisdWiamalidtmya, from tbe Skanda-Purdm , in 
30 Adbyayas (ff. 51 — 137, also separately foliated from 1 — 88). 

It begins: — avigbnam astu i rsayab i skande purane 
bhavata vai^akbasya ca vaibbavam i asmakam katbitam 
purvam ^rutafi casmabbir eva ca i tat bhiiya^ srotukama- 
nam vistarad vaktura arliasi i Sfitab i pura brahmamga- 
bbiitena, etc. 

It ends: — rsln amantrya tan sarviln Sutab pauraniko- 
ttamab i taili pujitab paran tustali kailasam pratyagat 
punab II iti srimatskande purane vaisakbamabatmye trimso- 
ddbyayab il ^rlgurubbyo nam all ii barib om ii 



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Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: End of 18 th or beginning of 19tii cent.? 

Character: Grantha. 

(1) 

Rules and prayers for tbe worsbip of Rudra (ff. 1—32). 
Mr. Wbisb gives tbe title 'Ruclra-nydsam\ but probably 
it sbould be 'PaHC(lngarudranydsa\ Tbe Mantras belong 
to tbe Black Yajurveda. Cf. Stein- Jammu, p. 16: panca- 
ngarudranam nyasapurvako japabomarcanavidbib. 

It begins: — orn atbatab paficaingarudranam nyasapur- 
vakam japabomarcanabhisekavidbim vyakbyasyamab i ya 
te rudra iti sikbayara i ya te rudra siva tanur agborapa- 
pakasim i taya nas tanuva santamaya girisantabbi cakasibi | 
asmin mabaty arnava iti ^irasi i asmin mabaty arnaventa- 
rikse bbava adbi i tesam sabasrayojaneva dbanvani tanmasi | 



-^ 56 HS" 

sahasraniti lalate i sahasrani lalate i sahasrani sahasraso 
ye rudra adhi bhumyam i tesam sahasrayojaneva dhanvani 
tanmasi i etc. See Taitt. Samh. TV, 5, 1, 1; 11, 1. 

F. 26: — evamrupinam eva ddhyatva dvijas samyak tato 
devayajanam arabhet ii athato rudrasnanarcanabhisekavi- 
dhim vyakhyasyamah i adidevatirtthe snatva i udetya sucili 
prayato brahmacari suklavasa tasya daksinapratyakde^e 
tanmukliain stbitva atmani devata sthapayet ii 

F. 31b: — acaryyaya daksinam ga dadyat i dasa gas sam- 
vatsarah i svarnabharanabhusitah i rsabhau cadhikarah | 
asvamedhaphalam apnoti i ity aha bbagavan Bodhayanali.il 
subham astu srigurubhyo namah l asya srirudraddhyaya- 
pra^namahamantrasya i Aghora rsih i anustup cchandah I 
samkarsanamurttisvarupo yosav adityas sa ekarudrah 
paramapuruso devata i agnikratuh caramayam istakayam 
satarudriye viniyogah i etc. 

It ends or breaks off (f. 32b):— kuksis saptasamudram 
bhujagirisikharam saptapatalapadam vedam vaktram sadam- 
gam dasadisi vadanam divyaliingam namami i om gananan 
tva I It seems to be incomplete. 

f2) 

An Itihdsa or a legend of King Vrmdarvi, with an 
enumeration of the great benefits, temporal and spiritual, 
to be reaped by him who reads tliis legend (ff. 1 — 10). 

It begins: — Vrsadarvikulaiu havisf?) Sibikulam babhiiva i 
tasyayam itihasah kula-sidya babhiiya i tad yo ha smai- 
mam (read smemam?) adhite i sa ha sma raja bhavati i sa 
kihcit prapyantarhitah i sobravit i yo mam itihasam gra- 
hayet i parasmai dadyam iti i tato brahmanah i samyogam 
sayyayujet (?) ;. 1 ;: tam adityat puruso bhaskaravarno niskram- 
ya I sa enam grahayah cakara i tam aprcchat kositi i va vrsa- 
darvii- iti i tasmad ya imam itihasam adhite l adityalokosya 
kamacaro bhavati i tasmad ya imam itihasam upanito 
manavako grhnlyat i grhitvatha brahmanan cchravayet i 
medhavl bhavet i rarsasatan ca jivet li 2 ii 

F. 2b: — atho khalv ahuh i vedasammitoyam itihSsah i 
dharmman carati nadharmmam i satyam vadati nanrtam I 



"->^ 57 r<5- 

dirgham pasyati ma hrasvam param pas vat i maparam | rco 
ha yo veda sa veda devau i yajuuisi yo veda sa veda yajnam | 
samani yo veda sa veda sarvam i yo manasam veda sa 
veda brahma u 8 ii 

The greater part of what now follows reads almost like 
a Smrti, aud treats of the duties of Brahmanas, more 
especially of Sraddhas. 

On f. 9 the story is told of king Yrsadarvi who grants 
a certain Brahmana one of the following boons: a cow 
that constantly yields milk, a sheep which is constantly 
shorn (? avir mmejasram viluhyate i for viluyate ?). a 
millstone which is constantly grinding, a caiTiage which 
drives over all the seas, a pair of earrings with gems of 
the colour of the smi. The Brahmana asks his wife, and she 
says: 'Take the sheep'; then he asks his son who tells him 
to take the carriage, then his daughter who wants him 
to take the earrings, finally his female slave who tells him 
to take the mill-stone. — while he himself fancies the cow. 
King Yrsadarvi gives him all the five gifts. Then it con- 
tinues: — tad idam itihasah ! brahmadityapurogaya i puro- 
gah karsyapaya i kasyapo bharadvajaya t bharadvajo bahu- 
bhir auagamaya i tatah pracyavananani dhanapater dvijah I 
brahmanakide jatismaro bhavati i saptajanmakrtat papan 
mucyate i dyas (?) tu parvabhih i dine dine gayatule bha- 
ranyam gayapancake :; 30 a 

It ends (f. 10): — ete dve dhanam arvyanam mantras 
caiva vratani ca i mantras ca va vratani ca namo namah 
on namah Yrsadarvi namo namah suparnosi ganitman 
trivrt te siro gayatraii caksu stoma atma sama te taniir va- 
madevyani brhadrathantare paksau yajiiayajiiiyam puccham 
chaudamsy auigani dhisniyas sapha yajuuisi nama i supar- 
nosi garutman divam gaccha suvah pata - harih om ». 30 i 
itihasam samapta srigurave namah srisarasratyai namah 
sriramacandrasv amine namah subham astu i 

(3) 

The Somotjjatti. {& 11. 12). a kind of Parisista. The 
same work in the Bodleian MS. YTalker lU, it. 203— 204 b 



-$H 58 f-$- 

(where it forms part of an A^valayana-Mantrasamhita). 
The Sama-veda Parisista of the same title in the Bodleian 
MS. Wilson 466, ff. 11—13 (see also Weber, Indische 
Studieu, vol. I, p. 59; other MSS. in Weber-Berlin 1, p. 78, 
Mitra, Notices, vol. IV, p. 160, :No. 1589, & Peterson IV, 
p. 8, No. 120), though beginning differently, seems to be 
the same. 

It begins (f. 11): — orn somotpatti i rsaya ucuh i kauta- 
halasamutpanna devata rsibhis saha i samsayam paripr- 
cchanti vyasam dharmmartthakovidam i katham va ksiyate 
somah ksino va vrddhate (read vardhate) katham i imam 
prasnam mahabhaga bruhi sarvam asesatah i sri-Vedavyasa 
uvaca 1 etc. 

It ends (f. 12 b): — yas ca raja dvijatinam tasmai soma- 
tmane namah i somotpatti sampiirnam adityatinavagraha- 
devatabhyo namah srigurubhyo namah i 

(4) 

The Vedaimdastava, a Stotra devoted to the worship 
of Siva (ff. 13—26). 

It begins (f. 13): — om vande mahesvaram sambhum 
vighnesam sanmukham guruni i ganesan nandimukhyaras 
ca sivabhaktan mahamunin i umapatyam {sic) umajanim umah 
comasahodaram i umananandaram patmam vidhim vayam 
upasmahe i . . . puridarikapuradhi^am pundarikajinambaram I 
pundarikarucim vande pundarikaksasevitam i pundarika- 
puram prapya jaimunir {sic) mmunisattamah i kin cakrira 
mahayogi Suta no vaktum arhasi i Siita uvSca i bhagavaii 
jaiminir dhiman pundarikapure pura i etc. 

It ends (f. 25):-traivarnikesv in[n]atamo ya[y] enam nityam 
kadacit pathatisabhaktitah ii 124^ ii padam vapy arddhapa- 
dam va slokam slokarddham eva va i yas tu va ciyate 
nityam sivalokam sa gacchati i vedas sivas sivo vedo veda- 
ddhyayi sadSsivah i tasmat sarvaprayatnena vedaddhya- 
yinam arcayet i krpasamudram sumukhan trinetram jata- 
dharam parvativamabhagam i sadasivam rudram anantaru- 

» It ought to be 114, as verse 111 is wrongly numbered 121. 



^^ 59 H$- 

pam sivacidambaresam hvdi bhavayami i sivaci[ip]dainbarain 
iti briiyat sakrjjananavarjitam i muktighantamanipadam 
nioksara eva samasnute i ayan danakrilasuhrndanapritram 
(f. 26:) bbavan natba data tvad anyan na yace i bhavat- 
bhaktim eva sthiran dehi mahyam krpaslla ^ambho krta- 
rtthosya tasmat i harili om vedapadastavam sampurnam 
subham astu srimahadevyai namab. 



49. 

Whish No. 50. 

Size: IOtXIt in., 36 + 45 leaves, from 8 to 10 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: 18 th or 19th cent.? 

Character : Grantha. 

(a) 

The Ranga-Mdhdtmya, or Sriranga-Mdhdtmya of the 
Brahmdnda-Purdm, in 10 Adhyayas. (Ff. 36.) 

It begins: — sri-Narada uvaca ii devadeva virupaksa 
^rutam sarvam mayadhuna i trailokySntargatam vrttan 
tvanmukhambhojanissrtam i tatha punyani tirtthani punyany 
ayatanani ca i gangadyas saritas sarva itihasas ca Samkara 1 
kaveryyas tii prasamgena tasyas tire tvaya pura i prastutam 
ramgam ity uktara visnor ayatanam mahat [ i ] tasyaham 
srotum icchami vistarena mahesvara i mahatmyam aghana- 
^aya punyasya ca vivarddhaye (read ^vrddhaye) | etc. 

It ends: — pathan ^rnvan likhan bibhran ramgamaha- 
tmyam uttamam i muktas subhasubhe yata' tad visnoh 
paramam padam ii iti sri-brahmandapurane mahesvara- 
naradasamvade sriramgamahatmye srinavatirtthaprabhava- 
varnanan nama da^amoddhyayah ii sriramgarajaya para- 
brahmane namah ii 

(b) 

The KusalavopdWiydna from the AsvamedhiJicqmrvan of 
the Jaimini-Bhdrata, or the Maliabhdrata by Jalmini, in 

I One MS. reads muktvasubham subham yati (Prof. Aufrecht). 



-$.* 60 •<- 

12 Adhyayas. (Ff. 45.) These are Adliyayas 25—36 iu 
the lithographed edition of the Jaimini-Bharata, Asvame- 
dhika (Bombay 1863, Sake 1785), ff. 531)— 70. See also 
Weber-Berlin 1, p. 115; Aufrecht- Oxford, p. 4b. 

It begins: — Jauamejaya uvaca i citram uktam maha- 
bhaga yad ramakusayor bhrsam i tad vaktum arhasi tvara 
hi srotum kautuhalam hi me i Jaiminih i srunu rajan 
mahabaho ramasya caritam mahat i vistarena yatha sarvam 
vadatas tan nisamaya i ram as tarn ravanam hatva kum- 
bhakarnam mahabalam i etc. 

Fol. 2: — iti srimahabharate asvamedhikaparvani kusala- 
vopfikhyane prathamoddhyayah ii 

It ends: — iti srijaiminibharate asvamedhikajiarvani kusa- 
lavopakhyane dvadasoddhyayah ll sriramacandraya paragu- 
rave namali ii srigurubhyo namah ii subham astu ii harih om ii 

50. 

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Size: 14-|xlf in., (4) + 155 + (8) leaves, 10 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. Painted boards. 

Date: Entries by Mr. Whish dated 'Calicut 1826'. The Dhatu 
or Dhatr year (see the colophons) preceding 1826 is A. D. 1816/17, but 
the MS. was probably written A. D. 1756/57. 

Scribe: Venkata Subrahmaiiya, the son of Sesadri. See above 
Nos. 15, 27 & 39. 

Character: Grantha. 

The Mahabhcirata, Parvans xiv-xviii, viz. 

The Asvamedhika Parvan, ff. 1 — 97, 
the Asramavasika „ 
the Mausala „ 

the Mahaprasthanika „ 
the Svargarohanika „ 
The Asvamedhika Parvan begins: — krtodakan tu rajanam 
dhrtarastram yudhisthirah i puraskrtya mahabahur uttatara- 
kulendriyah i uttiryya ca mahabaho baspavyakulalocanah i 
papata tire gamgaya vyadhaviddha iva dvipah i etc. 

It ends (f. 97): — evam etat tadavrttan tasya yajhe 
mahatmanah i pasyatan capi nas tatra nakulontarhitas 



98 - 


-136, 


136 - 


-145 b, 


146 - 


-149 b, 


149 b- 


-155 b. 



-^ 61 .<r- 

tada II iti sriman-maliabluirate ^atasahasrikriyam sarphitayum 
asvamedhike parvany astasaptatitamoddhyayah ii ^rikrsnaya 
iiamah ii om subliara astu visargabindvaksarasrrngapridalii- 
nam maya yal likliitam pramadat i tat ksantum arhanti 
dayalavalas santas sada hastakrtaparadham ii barih om ii 
vatse dbatav avagvartmaiiy atba varsarttubbOsvati i .sravane 
masy accbapakse paucamyam tvastrabbe tithau i vasare 
vaniputrasya likbitani pustakan tv idam i a^vamedbikaparvan 
tu muda Sesadrisununa ii barib om subbam astu om ii sri- 
gurucaraiiaravindabbyan namab ii 

Tbe Asramavasika Parvan begins (f. 98): — Janameja- 
yah I rajyam prapya naravyagbrab pitrpaitamabam mabat i 
katbam asan mabaraje dbrtarastre mabatmani i sa bi raja 
batamatyo bataputro iiiiTisrayab i katbam asit gataisvaryyo 
gandbari ca yasasvini i etc. 

It ends (f. 134b):— yudbistbiras tu nrpatir nnatiprita- 
manas tada i dbarayam asa tad rajyam nibatajnatibaudba- 
vah II (f. 135:) iti srimababbarate satasabasrikayam sarpbi- 
tayam asramavasike parvani satcatvarimsoddbyayab ii sri- 
krsnaya namab ii om ii dbatunamani bi bayanepy avagvar- 
tmasannibitalokacaksusi i masi karkatakanamni paksake 
syamale jalajaputravasare i atrasvinibbe likbitaii ca parvam 
Sesatmajenasramavasikan diva i bastadrutenaiva viramitan 
jana alokya (alaksya in tbe repetition) santas sabitum 
samarbatba ii biranyavapuse namab ii om asramavasikam 
piirnam ii subbam astu. The wbole colopbon from iti sri- 
mababbarate to samarbatba is repeated on f. 136. 

Tbe Mausabi, Parvan begins (f. 136): — om sattrimsesv 
atba samprapte varse kauravanandana i dadarsa viparitani 
nimittani yudbistbirab i etc. 

It ends (f. 145 b): — pravisya ca purim viras samasadya 
yudbistbiram i acasta tad yatbavrttaru vrsnyandbakajanam 
prati 11 iti srimababbarate satasabasrikayam sarnbitayam 
mausale parvani navamoddbyayab ii mausalaparvam sama- 
ptam 11 dbatau samayam kbahi daksinayane varsarttune 
^ravanike ca masi i pakse dasamyam asucau titbav udau 
candre kytantapriyavasare bi i mausalam parvam etad dbi 



•^^ 62 i<- 

likhitam Vyasasamkrtam i muda Vemkatapadayuk-Subrah- 
manyavipascita ii harih om etc. 

The Mahaprasthanika Parvan begins (f. 146): — harih 
om I Janamejayah i evam vrsnyandhakakule srutva maulasam 
(sic) ahavam i pandavah kim akurvanta tatha krsne divarn- 
gate I etc. 

It ends (f. 149 b): — yatra sa brhati syama buddhisatva- 
samanvita i draupadi yositam srestha yatra caiva suta 
mama ii srimahabharate satasahasrikayam samhitayam maha- 
prasthanike parvani trtiyoddhyayah ii srikrsnaya namah li 
harih om I mahaprasthanikain samaptam ii samvatsare 
dhatunamni prayate daksinayane i rtau pravrsi mase tu 
sravane sarvatarake i ekadasyan tithau varepy atrilocana- 
sambhuvah i mahaprasthanikain parvaip samaptam Sesasu- 
nuna ii harih om ii 

The Svargarohanika Parvan begins (f. 149 b): — Janame- 
jayah I svargam trivistapam prapya mama purvapitamahah i 
pandava dharttarastras ca kani sthanani bhejire i etc. 

It ends (f. 155b): — sravayed yas tu varnams trin krtva 
brahmanam agratah i sarvapapavisuddhatma sucis tatgata- 
manasah i iha kirttim mahat prapya bhogavan sukham 
asnute i Vyasaprasadena puna svargalokam sa gacchati i etad 
viditva sarvan tu vedavedartthavit bhavet i pujaniyas ca 
satatam mananiyo bhavedvijah ii iti srimanmahabharate 
satasahasrikayam samhitayam svargarohanike parvani pah- 
camoddhyayah ii svargarohanikam samaptam ii srikrsnaya 
namah ii . . . om dhatau vatsenuttare tu srtau varsasv rtau 
tatah I sravane masi paksecche dvadasyain bhediteh kila i 
dayadasyavaner vare likhitam pustakan tv adah i svargaro- 
hanikain pai'vaiu Yyasena racitam ^ubham i idam Yemkada- 
padajoik-Subrahmanyavipascita ii harih om ii srikrsnaya 
namah ii ^rlgurubhyo namah ii om ii 



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Material: Palm leaves. 



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Date: Entries by Mr. Whish are dated 'Calicut 1826'. The MS. 
may have been written aljout 50 years before that. 
Character: Grantha. 

The Tidakaverlmahdtmya, from the Agneya-Purdna, in 
30 Adhyayas. 

For other copies of this work, see Nos. 131 and 186. 

It begins: — dharmmavarmma ca rajarsir nniculapura- 
vallabhah i bhuyah papraccha tan natva dalbhyara bhaga- 
vatottamam i bhagavan praninas sarve kenopayena sainpa- 
dah (read sarvada?) i bhavanti putran samprapya sukhinas 
cirajlvinah i katham syat papanirharah ^rise bhaktih katham 
bhavet i etc. See No. 186. 

F. 2b: — iti srimad - agneyapurane tulakaverimahatmye 
prathamoddhyayah ii 

F. 31b: — iti srimad-agneyapurane suryyasavarnike man- 
vantare devltulakaverimahatmye caturddasoddhyayah ii 

It ends: — iti prasannanananlraja muda te Saunakadya 
munayo mumuksavah i hares caritrasravanotsavotsuka gan- 
dhaksatildyaih punar apy apujayan ii iti srlmad-agneyapu- 
rane tulakaverimahatmye dharmmasaravivecane trimso- 
ddhyayah ii kaveryyai namali il harih om ii 



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Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entries by Mr. Whish are dated: 'Tellicherry 1826'. The 
MS. may be about 50 years older. 
Character: Grantha. 

The Mahdhhdrata, Parvan lY: the Virdta^jarvan , in 
76 Adhyayas. 

It begins: — srikrsnaya namah i Janamejayah i katham 
viratanagare mama purvapitamahah i ajhatavasam u[k]sita 
duryyodhanabhayarditah i pativrata mahabhaga satatam 
satyavadini i draupadi va katham brahmann ajnata duhkhi- 
tavasat i etc. 



-^ 64 j^. 

It ends: — tan niahots[y]avasamkasam hrstapustajanavr- 
tam i nagaram matsyarajasya su:^ubhe bharatarsabliaih i 
Janamejayah i vrtte vivalie hrstatma yad uvaca yudhisthi- 
rah I tat sarvam katbayasveha krtavanto yad uttaram il 
om iti srlmababbarate satasabasrikayam sambitayam vai- 
yasikyam srivirataparvani abbimanyuvivabo nama satsapta- 
titamoddbyayab ii om ii etat parvasu vistlrnam sarvasampat- 
padan nrnam i srnvatam sarvapapagbnam anavrstivina- 
sakam i asmin parvani yo marttya sraddbabbaktisaman- 
vitah I srinoti (sic) slokam ekam va sa yati paramam gatim I 
tasya mitrani varddbante grbaksetradisampadah i Syuh 
kirttir balan tejas sambbavanti dine dine i asmin parvani 
rajendra patbite brabmavadina i tarn pujayet suvaktaram 
vastrabbusadibbir ddbanaib i tasmin prasanne bbagavan 
mukundab arttarttibanta purusottamas ca i sarve ca deva 
rsisiddbasamgbais tusta bbavisyanti narendrakale i bbarata- 
ddbyayanat punyad api padam adbiyatab i ^raddadbanasya 
puyante sarvapapany asesatah il barih om ii srikrsnaya 
namab ii subbam astu srigurubbyo namab ii 



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Size: 17|x2rV in., (1) + 498 + (1) leaves, from 11 to 14 lines on 
a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entries by Mr. Whish are dated 'Telliclierry 1826'. The MS. 
may be about a hundred years older. 

Character: Grantha. 

Tbe Rdmdyana, by Valmlki, Kandas i-vi. 
Balakanda, ff. 1—47 

Ayodbyakanda, ff. 47—148 
Aranyakanda, ff. 149—207 
Kiskindbakanda, ff. 208—277 
Sundarakanda, ff. 278—341 
Yuddbakaiida, ff. 342—498. 
It begins: — abbipsitarttbasiddbyarttbam piijite yas surair 
api 1 sarvavigbnasmide (°bbide?) tasmai ganadbipataye 



-^H 65 •«- 

namah i kujantani ramarameti raadliuram madhuraksaram I 
aruhya kavitasakham vaude Valnilkikokilaiu i Yalmiker 
mmunisirahasya kavitavanacririnah i si'uvan ramakatha- 
nadaiu ko na yati param gatim i . . . yah karnafijali- 
sarapiitair aliar ahas sammyak pibaty adarad Valmiker 
vadanaraviudagalitara ramayanakliyam madhu i janmavya- 
dbijaiTivii^attimaranair atyantasopadravam samsrirani sa 
vihiiya gaccliati piiman visnoli padam sasvatam i namostu 
ramaya salaksmanaya devyai ca tasyai janakatmajayai i 
namostu nidrendrayamanilebhya(h) namas ca candiTirkama- 
rutganebhyali i tadupagatasamasasandhiyogam samama- 
dhuropanatarttliavakyabaddham i raghuvaracaritam muni- 
pranitam dasasirasas ca vadhan nisamayaddhvam i on 
tapasvaddhyayaniratam tapasvl vagvidam varam i naradam 
paripapraccha Valmikir mmunipmpgavam I etc. 

The Balakanda has 77 Sargas. It ends (f, 47): — taya 
sa rajarsisuto hi kamaya sameyivan uttamarajakannyaya I 
ativa ramas susubhetikamaya hari sriya visnur ivamaresva- 
rah II iti srlmatbalakande saptasaptati(tama)s sargah ii iti sri- 
madramayane adikavye bahikandam samaptam il harih om ii 

The Ayodhyakanda has 120 Sargas. It ends (f. 148 b): — 
itiva taih prahja[na]libhis tapasvibhir dvijaih krtah svastya- 
yanah paran tapah i vanam sabharyyah pravivesa raghavas 
salaksmimanis (read °laksmanas) suryya ivabhramandalah ii 
ity arse srimadramayane adikavye srl(ma)d-Yalmiklye ca- 
turviinsatisahasrikaya(m) samhitayam srimadayoddhy(rik)a- 
nde ekavimsacchatatamas sargah ii sriramaya namah ii 
gurubhyo namah ii subham astu ii ayoddhyakandam sama- 
ptam II sriramacandrasvamine namah li daksinamiirttisvamine 
namah ii sivaya namah ii 

The Aranyakanda has 75 Sargas. It ends (f. 207): — 
krame^a gatva sa vilokayan vanam i dadarsa pampam 
subhadarsakananam anekananavidhapuspasamkulam ii ity 
arse Srimadramayane adikavye sri-Yalmikiye caturvimsa- 
tisahasrikayam samhitayam srimad-aranyakande pahcasa- 
ptatitamas sargah ii aranyakandam samaptam ii harih om ii 

The Kiskindha-kanda has 68 Sargas. It ends (f. 277b): — sa 
vegavan vegasamahitatma haripravlrah paravirahanta i 

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punas samadliaya mahanubhavo jagama lamkam manasa 
manasvi li iti . . . srlmatkiskiudhakande astasastitamas sar- 
gali II sriramaya namah ii kiskindhakandas samaptah i 
harili om ii ii 

The Sundarakanda has 65 Sargas. It ends (f. 341b): — 
tato maya vakbhir adinabhaksini sivabhir istabhir abhipra- 
sadita i jagama santin tava maithiL~itmaja tavapi sokena 
tathapi pidita ii iti srlmat-sundarakande pahcasastas sargah ii 
sriramaya para(bra)hmane namah ii harih om etc. 

Ff. 316—322 are placed in the wrong order. 

The Yuddhakanda has 131 Sargas. It ends (f. 498b): — 
ayusyam arogyakaram yasasyam saubhratrkam buddhikaram 
subhah ca i srotavyam etan niyamena satbhir akhyanam 
ayuskaram rddhikamaih i evam etat puravrttam akhyanam 
bhadram astu vah i pravyaharata visrabdham balam visnoli 
pravarddhatam i deva^ ca sarve tusyanti grahas tacchra- 
vanat tatha ramayanasya sravane tusyanti pitaras tatha 
bhaktyaramasya ye cemam samhitam munina krtam i ye 
likhanti ca nara(s) tesam ca vSsas trivistape ii arse srimad- 
ramayaiie adikavye Yrilmikiye srimadyuddhakande ekatri- 
msaduttarasatatamas sargah ii sriramaya saparivaraya 
namah ii ramarn ramauujam sitarp. gatani bharatanujam 
sugrlvain vayusi'inuii ca pranamami pimahpunah ii balakande 
dvisahasram i sasiti(r) dvisati tatha i slokanam atha sarga- 
nam saptasaptatir irita i slokas catnssahasrani paksadhika- 
caturddasi i ayoddhyakandagas sargSs satam ekonavimsatir 
dvisahasram saptasatisloka dvatrimsata saha i aranyakande 
sargas tii pahcasaptatir irita i dvisahasram satcchatani 
sloka virasatir eva ca i kiskindhakand(ag)as sarga(s) saptasa- 
stir itirita i trsahasran ca sat caiva slokas sundarakandagah i 
sarganam astasastis tii samkhyata paramarsinS i yuddha- 
kande tu padyanara dasona satsahasrika i ekatrirasacchata- 
mitas sarga api ca kirttitah i trsahasram sate dve ca 
catustriipsat tathaiva ca i sloka uttarakandasthas sarga(h) 
pa(m)ktyuttaram satam i bindudurllipi° etc. 

The following table shows the number of Sargas in each 
Kanda, (1) according to our MS., (2) according to the 
Bodleian MS. Sansk. b. 28 (which is also a Grantha MS.), 



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and (3) according to the recension called C in Prof. 
Jacobi's concordance (Das Rumayana. Gescbiclite und 
Inhalt nebst Concordanz der gedruckten B-ecensionen, 
Bonn 1893, pp. 220 seqq.): 



Kauda 


Whish No. 54 


Bodleian MS. 


Recension C. 


Bala 


77 


77 


77 


Ayodhya 


120 


119 


119 


Aranva 


75 


76 


75 


Kiskindba 


68 


66 


67 


Sundara 


65 


68 


68 


Yuddha 


131 


132 


128 



It will be seen that our MS. belongs to the 'C Recension', 
though it differs somewhat from the editions representing 
this recension. It also differs, though not materially, from 
the Bodleian Grantha MS. The latter MS. contains the 
same concluding slokas as our MS. (from ayusyam to vasas 
trivistape), but with a few various readings. 



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on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves, covered with very thick boards ornamented 
with coloured pictures, which are partly rubbed off. 

Date: An entry by Mr. Whish is dated -Tellicherry 1826'. The MS. 
may be about 80 or 100 years older. 

Scribe: The son of Udayamurti. 

Character: Grantha. 

Injuries: The first resp. last lines of fl'. 1—18 partly injured. 

(1) 

The beginning of a Commentary on ValmlJd's Bdmdyam, 
reaching as far as I, 1, 83. 

It begins: — upadisati manum yas tarakan janmabhaje 
nijam alabhata kamarn yatprasadena ramah i yam auusarati 



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sarvo devatanam nikayas sa bhavatu lirdaye me devadevo 
mahesali i pracinavyahrtinam ayanam anusaran devadevasya 
sambhor ajnamatravalambi nijavibudhajanair irito rama- 
bhadram i santosan netum icchur visayam apanayaras 
tatra tatra sphurantam i kurve sarvartthasaram vivaranam 
ucitan caruramayanasya ii idam adau anusandheyam i visnoh 
karmmani pasyateti srutya srotavyam puranam iti smrtya 
cavagatasya sravanavidher addliyayaiiavidher iva i tatra- 
tyasabdagrahanatadartthavagatipurvakena tatiDratipadita- 
nityanaimittikasadharanadbarmmrinusthanenaistabhavanam 
arttba iti i atomistbeyartthaprakasakatvat puranasya prati- 
sargam anustbeyorttbali prakasanlyab i tatra prathamasar- 
gena acaryyavan puruso vedeti srutyanu^rena svavagatopy 
arttbab guruna gunavatopadista eva prayuktab adrstaii 
janayati i pustenapi guruna yavadarttbam apunab pra- 
snavisayam vaktavyam ity arttbadvayam prakasyate i tapa 
iti I tapasi anasanadiriipe babirantabkaranaikagratape ca 
svaddbyaye svavede ca niratara i etc. 

It ends (I, 83): — karmmana ravanavadbantena i maba- 
teti [ti] sarvalokepsitatamatvad iti bbavab i ata evaba sa- 
caracaram iti. 

(2) 

The AdJiydtma-Bdmdy ana, a portion of the Brahmdnda- 
Purdna, in 6 Kandas. Tlie printed editions generally 
add one Sarga (adbyatmaramayauamabatmya-sarga) at tbe 
beginning, and an Uttarakanda at tbe end. Tbese are 
not found in our MS. 

It begins: — yah prthvibbaracaranaya divijais sampra- 
rttbitas cinniayah i sanjatab prtbivitale ragbukule maya- 
manusyovyayab i niscakrara bataraksasab punar agat brah- 
matvani adyam param klrttim papabaram vidbaya jagatam 
tan janakisam bbaje ii visvotbbavastbitilayadisu betum ekam 
mayasrayam vigatamayani acintya^aktim i anandasandram 
amalan nijabodbariipani sitapatim viditatatvam abam 
nnamami i patbanti ye nityam ananyacetasas srnvanti ca- 
ddbyritmikasaTnjnita(m) subbara i ramayanain sarvapurSnasa- 
mmatan nirddbutapapa barim eva yanti te i addbyatmara- 



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mayanam eva nityam patlied yad icliet bliavabandliamo- 
ksam I gaviim sahasrayutakotidanaplialam lablied ya ^rnuyat 
sa nityam i kailasagre kadacid, etc. 

F. 4: — iti srlmad-addhyatmaramayane umamaliesvarasam- 
vade balakande sriramalii-dayan nama prathamas sargali II 

The Brdakanda (in 7 Sargas) ends on f. 17 b, the Ayo- 
dhyakanda (in 9 Sargas, containing 700 slokas, as stated 
at the end) on f. 45 b, the Aranyakanda (in 10 Sargas, 
cont. 500 slokas) on f. 67 b, the Kiskindhakanda (in 9 Sargas, 
cont. 555 slokas) on f. 92, the Sundarakanda (in 5 Sargas, 
cont. 300 slokas) on f. 106, the Yuddhakfinda ends on 
f. 160b, as follows: — 

alodyakhiladeva(read °veda)rasim asakrd yat tarakam 
brahma tat ramo visnur aham samurttim iti yo vijhaya bhute- 
svarah I uddhrtyrdchilasarasam graham idam samksepatah 
prasphutam i srirrimasya nigudhatatvam amalam praha 
priyayai bhavali i iti srimad-addhyatmaramayane umamahe- 
^varasamvade yiiddhakande soda^as sargah ii kande yuddhe- 
ddhyatmake sargiX navasapta nllakarnoktah i sarddhaika- 
dasasataslokanusamkhyaya yuktilh i jayati raghuvamsatila- 
kah kausalyanandavarddhano ramah i dasavadananidha(na)- 
kari dasarathih i pundarikaksah ii harih om subham astu 
srigurubhyo namali ii srisambasivaya namah ii 

The scribe adds: — Udayamurttikumaran . . . (follow two 
or three words in Tamil, which I cannot make out.) 

(3) 

(The Manimanjarl) a Commentary on Keddras Vrttaratnd- 
kara, by the Parohita iS'drdyam, a son of Nrsimhayajvan. 
The text of the Vrttaratnakara is given in full, the com- 
mentary consists in brief remarks only. It is incomplete, 
breaking off in the middle of the third Adhyaya. 

See No. 170. 

It begins: — namo namo ganesaya namas te sivasunave I 
nirvighnam kuru devesa namami tvam ganadhipa i svetani- 
bhodhisthitan devam suddhasphatikavigraham i vagvibhiiti- 
pradam saksad vande gandharvakandharam i Nrsimhayaj- 
vanah putro Nfirayanapurohitah i vrttaratnakaravyakhyam 



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vyakaroti yathamati i sukhasantanasiddhyarttham naumi 
brahmaccyutarccitam i gaurivinayakopetam sarakaram loka- 
samkaram i vedartthasaivasastrajno Bhattako* bhudvijotta- 
mah I tasya putrosti Kedaras sivapadarccane ratah i tene- 
dam kriyate chando laksyalaksanasaipyutam i vrttaratna- 
karan nama balanam sukhasiddhaye i Pimgaladibhir Sca- 
ryyair yyad uktam laukikam dvidba i matravarnnavibbagena 
cbandas tad iba katbyate i etc. After tbe text of slokas I, 
1 — 7 tbere follows (f. lb): — vya i tamraksl mo gata sayo 
modaterab prakirttitali i sabate sastu sa yati to vrnoti 
rkarakab i bba sidati canas cokto vabatiti gana smrtab I 
bbumyambvagnimarudvyomasuryyacandradyud eva tab ii 
jneyas sarvadimaddbyanta guravotra catuskalah i etc. Tben 
follows text of I. 8 — 18, fben again a sbort commentary. 
Tben text of I. 19—22. Tben (f. 2b): — vrttaratnakare 
pratbamoddbyayab ii F. 4: — dvitlyoddbyayah ii om uktayam 
cbandasi i gu srili i etc. 

It ends (f. 7): — sabny ukta mtau tagau gobdbilokaib P 
caturbbis saptabbis ca varnair yyatih I nilam kese nirgunam 
maddbyabbage durgban netre nirmmalam gandabinibe I 
pinan tu gSm sronivaksojabbare krsne lilasalinin naumi 
laksmlm i 



oo. 

Whish No. 56. 

Size: ITa-xSj in., 65 leaves, from 13 to 15 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entries by Mr. Whish are dated 'Tellicherry 1826.' The 
MS. may be about 80 or 100 years older. 
Character: Grantha. 

Tbe Uttara-Rcimdyana , or Uttarakcinda of tbe Ecimd- 
yana, by ValmlM, in 110 Sargas. 

1 The editions have Pavyeka or Pabbeka as the name of Kedara's 
father. 

2 III, 34 in Borooah's edition. (A Comprehensive Grammar of 
the Sanskrit Language, by Anundoram Borooah, vol, X: Prosody.) 



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It begins: — praptarajyasya ramasya raksasanam vadhe 
krte I ajagiuur mmunayas tatra raghavam pratinanditura I 
kausikotha yavakrito narebliyas ca vaua eva ca i kanvo 
medhatitheh putrah purvasyan disi casritali i dattatreyotha 
bliagavan namucih pramucis tatlia i atreyaputro dharmma- 
tma rsis sarasvatah prabliuli i etc. 

It ends: — idam akhyanaiu ayusyam Ipatban ramayanan 
narah i saputrapautro lokesmin pretya svarge mablyate i 
ayoddbyapi piiri ramya siinya varsaganan babun i i-sabbam 
prapya rajanam ni[va]vasam upayasyanti i etad akbyanam 
ayusyam sabhavisyara sabottaram i krtavan pracetasah 
(sabodarab p'. m.) putrab sa tat brahmapy anvamanyata il 
ity firse srimadramayane adikavye Yalmlkiye srimaduttaraiTi- 
mayane dasadbikasatatamas sargah ii barih om i subbam 
astu I . . . sltabxksmanabbaratasatrugbnabanumatsametasri- 
ramacandrasvamine namab ii . . . minaksisundaresvarasva- 
mine namab ii . . . sakalalokanatbakayai namab i barib om ii 



56. 

Whish No. 57. 

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Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entries by Mr. Whish are dated 'Tellicherry 1826.' The 
MS. may be about 50 years older. 
Character: Grantha. 

Tbe XJpadesagrantliavivarana, a Commentary on (tbe 
metrical part of) tankard's TJpadesasdliasrJ, by {Bodlianidhi ?) 
a pupil of Yidyddlidmnii. See Burnell, Tanjore, p. 90. 
Ind. Off. IV, p. 731. Hall, p. 99. See above No. 24(b). 

It begins: — vismira paficatmakam vande bbaktyastada- 
sabbedaya i samgavargonavimsatya bbaktair nnavabbir 
asritam i on namab on nama srigurubbyab ii on naraas 
sivaya li caitanyani sarvagara sarvam sarvabbutagubasayam I 
yat sarvavisayatitan tasmai sarvavide namab i cetanam 
eva caitanyam jnaptisvarupam sarvaga(m) sva vidyil kalpita- 
dikkalakasadi sarvam vyapnotiti sarvagam sarvagam ity 



ukte paramartthatas sarvan tat gamyam astiti asamka ma 
bhud ity aha i sarvam iti, etc. 

It ends: — . . . janmanusaprakaranasya padarttbavivara- 
nam krtan devatagurubhaktipreritena maya ii iti saptadasa- 
^loka yatlndrasrimukbotgatab i vipratagurubbaktena maya 
brabmatmabodbakah i iipasya sraddbaya srlmad-Vidya- 
dbamammies ciram | srimatpadambujan tasya prasadan 
na svabuddbitah i yena me nikbilad vedad akrsya mana 
atmani i stbapitan munimukbyena yavajjivan namami tarn ii 
yatbbasyasagarajayuktimanin prakirnan prfipyadbuna kati- 
payan kavayo bbavanti i tasmai namo janamanobjadiva- 
karaya krtsnagamarttbanidbanaya yatlsvaraya ii iti srlmad- 
Vidyadbamasisyena Bodlianidbina^ sraddbabbaktimatra- 
preritena krtam upadesagrantbivivaranam samaptam li yat- 
padakamalasamgan nirvanam praptavan abam i sarvantara- 
tmapujyams tan pranamami garlyasab ii . . . ^ubbam astu 1 
om II 



Whish Xos. 58 (1) & 58 (2). 

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201 to 396) + (1) leaves, 9 or 10 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entries by Mr. Wliish are dated 'Telliclierry 1827." The 
MS. is probably about 50 years older. 

Character: Grantha. 

Tbe SurlralMmlindmsdhlmsya, or tbe Commentary on 
Bad amy ana's Veddnta- Sutras, by Sahl{ara, in 4 Adbyayas. 
Including tbe text of tbe Sutras. 

It begins: — yusmadasmatpratyayagocarayor visayavi- 
sayinos tamabprakasavadviruddbasvabbavayor itaretarabba- 
vanupapattau, etc. 

Tbe first Adbyaya ends f. 127b: — iti sririrakamimamsa- 
bliasye Samkarabbagavatpndakrtau pratbamasyaddbyayasya 
caturttbab padab ii samaptas caddbyayab li 



I Proper name of the author? 



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Vol. I ends (f. 200 b) at the end of II, 3, 5 (Bibl. Ind. 
edition p. 612). 

The 2"^"^ Adhyaya ends on f. 242, tlie 3^'^ Adhyaya on 
f. 355 b, the 4*1^ A. on f. 396 b. 

It ends: — anavrttis sabdad anavrttis sabdad iti sutrabhya- 
sa^ sastrapansamapti(u) dyotayati ii iti ^rimatparamahani- 
saparivrajakacriryya-Govindabhagavatpujyapadasisyasya sri- 
mac-Chamkarabhagavatah krtau srimacchririrakamlmamsa- 
bhasye caturtthasyaddhyayasya caturtthah padah ii sama- 
pta^ caddhyayali ii srigurubhyo namah ii brahmanandara 
paramasukhadam kevalam jhanamurttim visvatitam gagana- 
sadrsam tatvam asyadilaksyam i ekan nityam vimalam 
acalam sarvadhisaksibhutam bhaviltitan trigunarahitam 
satgurun tan namami ii vedantasutrabhasyam samaptam ii 
harih om i 



58. 

Whish No. 59. 

Size: 14x2 in., (2) + 215 + (1) leaves, 10 or 11 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entries by Mr. Whisli are dated 'Tellicherry 1827.' The 
MS. may be about 50 years older. 
Character: Gi-antha. 

The Uimdesagranthaviraram,'' a Commentary on the 
Pahcadasl (ascribed to Sdijana), by Rdmalxrs]ia, a pupil 
of Bhdratlt'irtha, and Vidydranya. 

These fifteen chapters on Ycdanta Philosophy are given 
in the following order: 

1. Citradipa (Tatparyabodhini). 

2. Trptidipa. 

3. Kfitasthadlpa. 

4. Dhyanadipa. 

5. JSTatakadipa. 

G. Tattvaviveka (Padadlpika). 

' Aufrecht CC. p. 314 gives the title Tatparyalodhim, which is 
only the title of the commentary on the Citradipa. 



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7. Pancabhutaviveka (Tutparyadlpika). 

8. Pancako^aviveka. 

9. Dvaitaviveka (Padayojana). 
10. Mahavakyaviveka. 

11 — 15. Brahmananda in five Adhyayas. 
The two lithographed editions (Bombay 1863, Sake 1785, 
& Bombay 1878, Sake 1800) begin with the Tattvaviveka. 
See also Ind. Off. IV^ p. 745. 

It begins: — natva srl-Bhriratitirttha-Vidyaranyamunl- 
svarau l kriyate citradlpasya vyakhya tatparyyabodhim ii 
cikirsitasya granthasya nispratyiihaparipiiranaya parama- 
tmaniti padena istadevatanusandhanalaksanamamgalam 
acarann asya granthasya vedantaprakaranatvat tadiyair eva 
visayadibhis tadvattasiddhim manasi nidhayaddhyaropa- 
pavadabhyan nisprapahcam prapaiicyata iti nyayam anu- 
srtya paramatmany aropitasya jagata sthitiprakriram sa- 
drstantam pratijamte etc. 

F. 30b: — iti srlmatparamaharasaparivrajakacaryyasri- 
Bharatitlrttha-Yidyaranyamunisricaranasisyena Bamakrs- 
nakhyavidusa viracita tatparyyabodhimnamika citradipavya- 
khya samapta li on tat sat ii 

F. 69 b: — iti srimatparamahamsaparivrajakacaryyasrl- 
Bharatitirttha - Vidyriranyamunivaryyakimkarena Rama- 
krsnakhyavidusa viracita trptidlpavyakhya samapta 11 

j^, 791) : — iti . . . Eamakrsnakhyavidusa viracita kutasthadi- 
pavyakhya samapta ii 

F. 98 b: — iti . . . ddhyanadlpasya vyakhya samapta ii 
F. 102 b: — iti ... srinatakadipavyakhya samapta ii 
F. 119: — iti . . . tatvavivekasya padadipika samapta II 
F. 133b: — iti . . . paucabhutavivekasya tatparyyadipika 
samapta li harih om ii 

F. 143 b: — iti . . . paiicakosavivekavyakhya samapta ii 

F. 151b: — iti . . . dvaitavivekasya padayojana samapta ii 

F. 153: — iti . . . mahavfikyavivekavyakhya samapta i! 

harih orn ii natva srl-Bharatitirttha-Vidyaranyamunisvarau I 

brahmanandabhidham grantham vyakurve bodhasiddhaye I etc. 

F. 176b:— brahmanaude yoganando nama jn-athamoddhya- 

yah u 



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F. 193 b: — iti brahmrmande atmanando nama dvitlyo- 
ddhyayah ii 

F. 208b: — iti brahmanande advaitanando nfima trtlyo- 
ddhyayah ii 

F. 212 b: — iti brahmanande vidyanando nama caturttho- 
ddhyayah i) 

It ends (f. 215): — iti brahmanande visayanando nama 
pahcamoddhyayah ii iti srlparamahamsaparivrajakacaryya- 
^ri-Bharatitirttha-Vidyaranyamunivaryyakirakarena srl-Ra- 
makrsnrdvhyavidusa viracitam upadesagranthavivaranam 
samaptam ii harih ora etc. 

59. 

Whish No. 60. 

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ou a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated -Tellicherry 1828.' The MS. 
may be about 50 years older. 

Character: Grantha. 

Injuries: The MS. is slightly damaged by insects in a few places. 

(1) 
The Surijasiddhdnta, in 14 Adhyayas. (Ff. 40.) 
It begins: — ^ubham astu i acintyapy uktarupaya nir- 
gunaya gunatmane i samastajagadadharamurttaye brah- 
mane namah i alpavasiste tu krte mayo nama mahasurali 1 
rahasyam paramarn punyam jijnasujhanam uttamam i 2 i 

It ends: — sarvebhyah pradadaii pritah grahanafi caritam 
mahat i atyadbhutatamara loke rahasya(m) brahmasammi- 
tarn [ vedasya nimmilam (read nirmakim) caksuh jnatva sa- 
ksad vivasvatah i viditvaitad asesena param brahmadhiga- 
cchati I iti suryyasiddhante manadhikaro nama caturdaso- 
ddhya(yah i) harih om i subham astu gurubhyo namah ii 

(2) 

The A^tddhydyi, or eight chapters of grammatical Sutras, 
by Panuii. (Ff. 43.) 



^ 76 :^ 

It begins : — yeuaksarasamamnaya * * dhigainya maliesva- 
rat I krtsnam yyakaranam proktan tasmai Paninaye namah i 
yena dhauta girali pumsam vimalais ^abdavarim** masvas 
cajnanajam bhinnan tasmai Paninaye namali i vakyakaram 
Yararucim bhasyakaram Patanjalim Paninim siitrakarafi 
ca pranatosmi munitrayam i vanlra Paninim acaryyam 
Katyayanamunin tatha i krtanjalir nnamasyami bhagavan- 
tam Patanjilim (sic) i yogena cittasya padena vacam malani 
sarlrasya vaidyakena i yopakarot tam pravaram muninam 
Patanjalim pranjalir anatosmi i ajuanatimirandhasya jiia- 
naiijanasalakaya i caksur unmilitam yena tasmai ^rigurave 
namah ii a i un i etc. 

It ends:— nodattasvaritodayam agargyaka^yapagalavanara | 
a a I hrasvasyaivatra grahanam isyate i astamasyaddhyayasya 
caturtthali padah i addhyayas ca samaptah i astaddhyayl 
sampurna i sundaresvarasyastaddhyayi i barili om i sivam astu 
gurave namah i sivayai namah i govinda i 



(3) 

The Vi^mifjliujanga, a Stotra in 18 stanzas. In Burnell, 
Tanjore, p. 201b, and Taylor I, p. 356 (see also p. 103) it 
is ascribed to Sankara. 

It begins: — cidamsam vibhun nirmmalan nirvikalpan 
nirahan nirakaram omkaragamyam i gunatitam avyaktam 
ekan turiyam parabrahma yam veda tasmai namas te 1 1 i 
visuddham sivam santam adyantastinyam jagajjivanam 
jyotiranandariipam i adigdesakalam vipatcchedanlyarn triyl- 
vakta (read trayivaktram ?) yam veda tasmai namas 
te I 2 I 

It ends: — mukhe mandahasan nakhe candrahasam kare 
carucakram suresabhivandyam i bhujarage sayanara bhaje 
ramganatham barer anyadaivan na manye na manye 1 17 i 
bhujamgaprayatam pathod yas tu bhaktya samadhaya citte 
bhavantam murare i sa moham vihayasu yusmatprasadat 
sama^ritya yogam vrajaty acyutatvam i vi. 



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GO. 

WmsH No. 61. 

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Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Probably end of 18tii or beginning of 19tii century. 
Character: Grantha. 

The Sivatattvasudhdnidhi from the Sanatkumdrasamlntd 
of the Skanda-Purdna, in 20 Adhyayas. 

It begins: — yam pranamya surendrudya bhavanti su- 
khasrilinah i sarvavighnopasautyarttham tam vande Sam- 
karatmajam i srl-Siitah i sivara hari(ra) vidhatarani tatpatnis 
tatsutan gurun i natva samastapraytuhasantaye maragalaya 
ca I vaksye ^rniiddhvam sarvajnah sivatatvasudhanidhiin i etc. 

F. 4: — ity adipurane Sanatkumarasamhitayam sivata- 
tvasudhanidhau prathamoddhyayah ii 

F. 6: — iti skande purane Sanatkumarasamhitayam ^iva- 
tatvasiidhanidhau dvitiyoddhyayah il 

F. dlb: — iti sriskande sivatatvasudhanidhau samsaradu- 
sanan nSma ekadasoddhyayah II 

F. 73b: — iti srisivatatvasudhanidhau sivabhiksatanaka- 
thanan nama sodasoddhyayah ii 

It ends: — iti sriskande mahapurane Sanatkumarasamhi- 
tayam sivatatvasudhanidhau sakaladdhyayasaramahimanu- 
varnnanan nama virasoddhyayah II srlgurave namo namah ii 
srimahatripurasundaryyai na(ma)h ii harili cm subham astu. 



61. 

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1 to 306), 154 + (1) + (1) + 152 + (1) leaves, 10 or 11 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entries by Mr. Whish dated -Tellicherry 1827'. The MSS. 
may be about 50 years older. 

Character: Grantha 



•^H 78 Hg- 

The Mahal)] idrata, Parvan III: The Vanaparvan , or 
Aranyaparvan, in 300 Adhyayas. The beginning (III, 
1 — 32, 45) is missing, and the Nalopfikhyuna (III, 53—78) 
is omitted (see below). The MS. is full of clerical mis- 
takes. ' 

Yol. I begins at the end of III, 32, 45: — mayor api i 
anyesum karmmani phalam asmfikam api va punah i vipra- 
karsena buddhyeta katham karmma yathaphalam i 

F. 25 b: — ity aranyaparvani nalopakhyane ekonapaiicaso- 
ddhyayah ii (End of III, 52 in the Bombay and Calcutta 
editions.) ^rikrsnaya namah li brhadasvah i asid raja nalo 
nama virasenasuto ball i upapanna(read °nno) gunair istai 
riipavan asvakovidah i vidvan danapatir daksah sada slla- 
puraskrtah i atisthan manujendranam murddhni devaj^atir 
yyatha i uparyyupari sarvesam aditya iva tejasa i brahmanyo 
vedavic churo nisadhesu mahipatih i upari anyapustake 
asti I etat ii Janamejayah i bhagavan kamyakaprapte game 
prapitamahah {sic) I kim akurvanta partthas te tarn rte 
savyasacinam i etc., i. e. the beginning of the Tlrthayatra- 
Parvan, or III, 79 in our MS. = III, 80 in the editions. 

The first volume ends (f. 154b) at the beginning of 
III, 183 (= III, 182 in the editions). 

Vol. II, f. 216: End of the Markandeyasamasyaparvan, 
III, 222 (= III, 231 in the editions). 

F. 277: The Savitryupakhyrma begins. III, 281 (=111, 
292 in the editions). 

It ends: — na caj)y adharmmena suhrdviyojane para- 
svahare paradaramarsane i akayabhave ca rame manas 
sada nrnam sadakhyanaparah ca sriwatam ii (This is the 
end of III, 313 in the editions.) ity arse srimanmahabha- 
rate satasahasrikayam samhitayam Vaiyyasikyam srimada- 
ranyaparvani dharmmavarapradanan nama trimsacchatata- 
moddhyayah ii iti aranyaparvas samaptah i 

I See H. Luders, Zur Sage von Rsyasrnga, in the 'Nachrichten- 
der K. Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Gottingen. Phil.-hist. Kl. 
1901. Heft 1', PI). 5 seqq., where an extract from this MS. is given. 



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62. 

"Whish Ko. C3. 

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a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entries by Mr. Whish dated 'Tellicherry 1827'. The MS. 
may be about 50 years older. 

Character: Grantha, two difterent hands. 

Injuries: Ff. 38, 39, 79, 81 damaged by insects. 

A Commentary on Vdhu'iJa's Rdmayana, by Rdmdnuja 
Acdrya, including the Arau>/a-Kdij(Ja, the Kiskindhd- 
Kdnda, and Sargas 1 — 3 of the Sundara-Kdijfja. 

It begins: — atha pitrvakyapariprdanaya dandakan pra- 
vistasya vrttam vistarena vaktum upakramate i pravisyeti i 
atmavan i dhrtiman i maharanyapravese nissaipka iti 
yavat i etc. 

The Aranyakanda ends (f. 40): — iti Erimanu(ja)caryya- 
viracite aranyakandavyakhyane pahcasaptatitamas sargah ii 
harih om firanyakandarn vyakhyasamaptam ii 

The Kiskindha-Kanda begins (f. 41): — sa tarn iti kha- 
radisamharena sa prasiddhapaurusah tarn iti ranianiyataya 
prasiddham saumitrisahito gatva patmadidarssanena slta- 
netrasmaranajasokatisayena ksubdhasarvendriyas san vikx- 
lapa I etc. 

It ends (f. 80): — iti Eamanujacaryyaviracite kiskindha- 
kandavyakhyane saptasastitamas sargah ii 

Then tlie Sundara-Kanda begins: — atha sundarakande 
vyrikhyeyuni vyakhyayante i purvasmin sarge manasa gama- 
nam krtam ity uktam idrmim kayenapi gamanam karttum 
aicchad ity aha i tata ity adina atra gantum iti padam 
addhyaharyyam i etc. 

The MS. breaks off at the beginning of the fourth 
Sarga: — iti tritlyyas sargah ii advareneti gramam vil 
nagaram vapi pattanam avarasya hi i visesat samaye 
sa umyana carena visan nrpa i ity uktaprakarena adviirena 
pravistavan i pravisyeti pravisya pravestum upakrammya 
sa^^am padam cakre agrata iti sokaprayanakale ca grha- 
pravese vivaha. 



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63. 

Whish No. 64. 

Size: lO^^xlg- in., (2) + 55 + 50 leaves, 7 or 8 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Probably beginning of 19tii cent. 

Character: Grantha. 

(1) - 

The VdkyasudJidtlkd, a Commentary on the Drgdrsya- 
viveka or Vdhjasudhd, (of Saukara Acdrya), by Bralimd- 
nanda JBhdratl, a pupil of Ananda Bhdratl (ff. 55). Cf. 
Ind. Off. IV, p. 739; Mitra, Notices, III, p. 226 seq. 

Margin of f. li^drkdrsyavivekaip i harili om i 

It begins: — karanam kbadijagatam aranarttham anaga- 
sam I varanananam atmanam advayam samupasmahe i 
abliisicya krpavarsair atmastham yah karoti mSm i tarn 
sarvasaksinam vande Hamanandamunisvaram i yatkataksa- 
sudhasindhaii majjata punyapapakatah(read °papatali?) i 
maya jhanamanir llabdhas tarn Auandagurum bhaje i natva 
sri-Bharatitirttha-Vidyaranyamumsvarau i mayii vakyasu- 
dhatlka yathamati viracyate i na khyatilabhaptijeccha tlka- 
karanakaranam i na vidvattabalam vatra muktir eva hi 
karanam i praripsitasya granthasyavighnena i^arisamUpta- 
pravicayagamanabhyam visistacaraparipalanaya, etc. 

It ends: — atali evara moksasastrasyapi saphalyam syad 
ity ayam evasya prakaranasya samastavedantasastrasya ca 
tasmat sarvam anavadyam ii iti srimatparamahamsaparivra- 
j akacaryy a - srimad - Ananda - Bharatimunivaryyasisya - Brah- 
mananda - Bharatlmuniviracitavakyasudhatika samapta il 
harih ii om ii 

(2) 

A fragment, described by Mr. AVhish as "the 30^^ 
chapter of the Atharvana rahasyam of the Yishnu- 
Dharmmam" (ff. 1 — 14). 

Margin of f. 1: — atharvanain harih om i 

It begins: — bhagavan praninas sarve visarogadyupadra- 
vaih I dustagrahopaghatais ca sarvakalam uxjadravaih i 



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rihicaraka(read ribhicarikajkrtyais ca sparsarogais ca 
tlarunaih i sada sampiclyamaiias tu tisthanti munisattama i etc. 
It ends (f. 14): — marddaya mardaya maraya maraya 
j^osaya sosaya dahaya dahaya mahogragrahan samhara 
samhara yaksagraluin pretagrahan pisacagrahan samhara 
sainliara l)lianjaya bhanjaya ave^aya ave^aya aksaya 
aksaya hrani hnra brum krom sarvamamgalini svSha ii 

(3) 

The Anandasdgarastava by Nilakantha Dllsita, in 
107 stanzas (ff. 15— 26b). Printed in the Kavyamala, 
Part XI (1895), pp. 76-94. 

Margin of f. 15: — sagarastavam. 

It begins (f. 15): — vijnapanarhaviralavasaranavaptya 
mandodyame mayi davlyasi visvamatuh i avyajabhtitakaruna- 
pavanapaviddhany anta smaramy aham apamgataramgi- 
tani II 1 II 

It ends (f, 26 b): — iti sri-Nilakantha-Diksitaviracitoyam 
anandasagarastavas samaptah ii s^ubham astu ii gurubhyo 
namah il 

(4) 

The Advaitamakaranda , by Lalmmdhara Kavi, in 
27 verses (ff. 27—28). See Ind. Off. IV, p. 751, Mitra, 
Notices, II, p. 105. 

Margin of f. 27: — advaitara. 

It begins (f. 27): — aham asmi sada bhami kadacin 
naham apriyah i brahmaivaham atas siddhas sa(c)cidananda- 
laksanah 1 1 ii 

It ends (f. 28 b): — Laksmidharakaves siiktih saradam- 
bhojasambhrtah i advaitamakarandoyain vidvatbhvmgair 
nniplyatam ii advaitamakarandam samaptana ii 

(5) 

The Lalitastavaratua, 209 Arya verses in praise of the 
goddess Parvatl. Mr. Whish says: "209 couplets in praise 
of Devi. This is a much admired Hymn in the Aryya 
metre." Printed in Ka^yamala, Part X, 1894, pp. 1 — 18. 

G 



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Margin of f. 29: — Aryyadvisati. 

It begins (f. 29): — vande gajendravadanam vamarpkaru- 
dhavallabhaslistam i kumkumaparaga^onam kuvalayinija- 
rakorakapldam ii etc. 

It ends (f. 48): — madhurasmitam madarunanayanam^ 
mmatamgakumbhavaksojani I candravatamsinln tvam savi- 
dbe pasyanti sukrtinah kecit i 209 i lalitaya stavaratnam 
lalitapadabbili pranitam arjyabhib i anudinam avanau 
pathatam pbalani vaktum pragalbbate saiva li srimaharaja- 
rajesvaryyai namab ii etc. 

(6) 

Tbe Hastdmalakaiwakarana , in 14 verses (ff. 49—50). 
See Aufrecbt, CC. p. 765, s. v. Hastdmalakastotra. In 
tbe Stotraratnakara (Bombay, Nirnayasagara Press, 1883), 
pp. 205 — 207, it is ascribed to ^aiikara. 

Margin of f. 49: — hastamalakaprakaranam. 

It begins (f. 49): — kas tvam siso kasya sutab kva jatab 
kin nama te tvam kuta Sgatosi i etad vada tvarn tava car- 
bbakatvam matpritaye pritivivarddbanosi ii 1 1 

It ends (f. 50): — upadbau yatba bbedata sanmanlnan 
tatba bbedata buddbibbedesu tepi i yatba caudrikanan jale 
caiicalatvam tatba caucalatvan tavapiba visno ii 14 ii basta- 
malakaprakaranam samaptam ii barib i om i subbam astu ii 



64. 

Whish No. 65. 

Size: 12tx2 in., (2) + 74 + (2) leaves, from 10 to 12 lines on 
a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated 'Tellicherry 1827 November 7'. 
The MS. may be about 50 years older. 

Character : Grantha. 

Tbe Maliablidrata: tbe Pauloma-Parvan (in 8 Adbyayas), 
and tbe Astlka-Farvan (in 40 Adbyayas), i. e. Adbyayas 
1 — 59 of tbe Adi-Farvan. 



I No. 115 (12) reads adarunao 



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Tliis MS. has been fully described, and extracts have been 
given from it in my articles 'On the South- Indian Recension 
of the Mahabharata', Indian Antiquary, vol. XXVII, 1898, 
pp. 69-81, 92—104, 122—133. 



65 

Whish No. GG. 

Size: 8h XI4 in., (1) + 66 leaves, 8 or 9 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated 'Tellicherry 7tii Nov. 1827'. 
The MS. may be about 50 years older. 
Character : Grantha. 

The Vdkyiwrtti'praTxdsilm , a Commentary on ^aulara^s 
Vdhyavrttl, by Visvesrara Fauclita, pupil of Mddliava 
Prdjna. See Ind. Off. IV, p. 738 (No. 2302); Mitra, 
Notices VIII, p. 287 (No. 2847). 

It begins: — srutismrtipurananam alayam karunalayam | 
namSmi bliagavatpadasamkaram lokasamkaraui i parama- 
kipruiidliisrimac-Chamkaracaryyabhagavatpadas tapatraya- 
santaptanam aparimitajananadisanasriraddhvasramaparipidi- 
tanam atmajiirinasisiramadhurajalrikarpksinam vidurasarira- 
kamlmamsajalasayagamanasamartthanam vakyavrttisarpjha- 
kopadesaprakaraiiaprapaparikalpanenantassitalatam vigata- 
klesatah capadayan tatradau prakaranasravane pravrttanam 
adhikarinam avighnena brahmatadatmyapratipattisiddhaye 
prakaranapratipadyadvitiyabodhasmaranapurvakam nama- 
skarasyavasyakarttavj'atan dyotayan svayan namaskurute 11 
sargasthitipralayahetum, etc. 

It ends: — brahmavitbhyah paran nasti na bhutan na 
bhavisyatiti 11 i(ti) srimanmahayogi-Madhava-Prajnagurupra- 
sadasaditaparimitanandajhanasvarupa-Visvesvarapanditavi- 
racita vakyavrttiprakasika samapta 11 harih om 11 brahmaham 
etan mayi bhati visvam sri-Madhava-Prajnaguroh prasadat 
sa(so?)nvarttha-Visvesvarapanditakhyas tasyanighripatmam 
pranatosmi nityam 11 svasvadesakulacaradyagraho lokava- 
sana 1 pathertthabodhenusthane vyasanam sastravasana I 

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ayurarogyalavanyadyakamksa dehavasana i jivanmuktiviro- 
dhinyas sarva viksepakrtvatah ii harih om ii 

66. 

WmsH No. G7. 

Size: Sf-xlf in., 73 leaves, 9 or 10 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated 'Tellicherry, November 7th 1827.' 
The MS. may be about 50 years older. 
Character : Grantlia. 

The Mahandtu'kasHldisudhdnldld by Immadi Devardya, 
i. e., probably, King Devarmja II. of Vijayanagara. See 
Hultzsch I, pp. X, 43, 83; II, p. 41. 

It begins: — jato vainse raghunam munivaravacanat ta- 
takan tadayitva krtva punyam ahalyam trutitaharadhanur 
mmaithilivallabhobhut i piTipyayoddhyam niyogat pitur 
atavim agad vltasitostavrdi baddbabdhir ddhvastalaiiiko 
dalitadasainukbas sitaya iTijyam apa ii 1 ii asty arabhodbara- 
cumbisaudhasikhara^reninisannamgana gitakarnanatatpara- 
mbaracaraprastiiyamanapraja i siiryyasyanvayajanminam 
ksitibhujam sadharanam maudiram laksmya dhama param 
lalataracana bhumer ayoddhya purl ii 2 ii 

F. 15: — srlmadrajadhirajaparamesvarasrlmad - Amma- 
di(s/c)maharajaviracite mahanatakasuktisudbanidbau brda- 
kandas samaptab ii 

F. 17 b: — srimad° . . . srimad-Ammadi(s?c)devainaharaja- 
viracite . . . dvitiyakandas samaptab ii 

F. 31b: — srimad° . . . srimad-Immadideyarayaviracite . . . 
trtlyakandas samaptab ii 

F. 36b: — srimad" . . . srimad-Immadidevamabaraja° . . . 
caturtthakandas samaptab ii 

F. 44: — srimad" . . . srimmadidevamabaraya" . . . paiica- 
makandas samaptab ii 

It ends (f. 73 b):— srutva ramacaritram atbbutataram ko 
vismayan nesyate jnatva caiva virincina tribhuvanatranaya 
yonirmmatab asrotrapranipastano ' ced ahisvamina nirddhute 

I Five syllables (^^^ — ) wanting. 



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sirasi kva bliuli kva girayah kvaiteti santaya kah i 199 I 
srlman Imraadidevarayaiii'pati svarllokaka(l)lolinikallola- 
pratimallasuktivi])liavo vidvajjanaslaghitah i sriman sastlia- 
varenyakandavisayanyastan malianatakaslokaii varnapada- 
kramojvalataiTin vman (read sriman?) akarsit prabhuh i 
200 I srimadrajadliirajaparamesvara-sri(ma)d-Immadideva- 
maharajaviracite mahanatakasidctisudlianidliau yuddliaka- 
ndas samaptah ii srlgurubhyo namo namah ii harih om I 



07. 

Whish No. 68. 

Size: 125- X 1-| in., (2) + 111 pages, 8 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18th or 19th cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 

(Rdmdimja's) Commentary on VcdmikPs Rdmdijana, the 
Yuddha-Kdnda in 131 Sargas. 

It begins: — atha srimadyuddbakandavyakhyanam pra- 
krauiate 1 tatra prathame sarge uttaram priyasravanottaram 
kalarham sitavrttantasravanaki-tad dharsatisayat uttamadu- 
talaksanavaisistyakatbanena sugrivadlnam purato banu- 
mantam stanti krtam iti bbuvi durllabbam, etc. 

It ends: — vainayakas ca vigbnakarino grahavisesah ra- 
jasvalah rtupradurbhavavatyab saubhratrkara saubbratra- 
karara ojaskaram balakarain sainbitavedam vedatulyatvat 
samhitety apadisyate 11 iti srlmadyuddbakandavyakbyane 
ekatrimsaccbatatamas . sargah 11 sriramacandraya namah 11 
yuddhakandavyakhya samapta !l 



68. 
Whish No. 69 A. 

Size: 13fxlf in., (3) + 73 + 53 + (4) leaves, 8 or 9 lines on 
a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date of MS.: 18 tu or 19 th cent.? 

Character: Grantha. 



» ->4 86 K- 

(1) 
The VakyakaranaiUpilca, a short Commentary (Layhuiiralia- 
sikd, laghudlpikd) on the Vakyakaram, in five Adhyayas, 
by Simdararaja, the son of Ananta Ndrciyana, dedicated 
to Somadeva, the son of BanyandtJia. 

"The Vakya-Karana, a work of the Arya school, seems 
to have been accepted as the guide for the preparation 
of solar pauchdhgs in the Tamil and Malayfilam countries 
of Southern India from very ancient times, and even to 
the present day either that or some similar work of the 
Arya school is so used." R. Sewell and S. B. Dikshit, The 
Indian Calendar (London 1896), p. 8. Mr. Whish has 
the following entry:— "The Vdkya-Kdranam. The astro- 
nomical work used in the Carnatick— with the astronomical 
Tables of the Sun and planets &c. annexed." 

It begins: — sriganesaya namah i srigurucaranaravinda- 
bhyan namah ii jyotiscakrapravrttaya jyotlrupaya bhasvate I 
jyotirddarssaya bhaktebhyo jyotissastrakrte namah i sri- 
Nilakanthamghrinivistaceta sri - Somadevanujighrksayaiva I 
vicitravakyair vivrtam punas ca prakasayeham karanam 
laghiyah i svabhipsitagranthasya nispratyfdiaparisamaptaye 
pracayagamanavisistacaraparipalanabhyah ca svestadevata- 
namaskarapuraskarena ciklrssitam arttham pratijanite | 
pranamya karisailastham iti i dc. 

F. 15 b — 16: — iti vakyakaranalaghuprakasikayam Soma- 
devadrtayam Sundararajaviracitayain prathamoddhyayah ii 

F. 32 b: — iti Somadevadrte vakyakaranasya prakasane | 
sphutaddhyayo dvitiyopi samksepena samapitah i iti Sunda- 
rarajaviracitayain Somadevadrtayam vakyakaranadlpika- 
yam sphutadhikaro nama dvitiyoddhyayah ii 

Adhyaya III ends f. 50b, A. IV f. 63b. 

Adhyaya Vends (f. 72b): — iti srimatkeralasatgramanivasi- 
Nilakanthacaryyena triskandhavidyaparadrsvana satdarssa- 
niparam gatenasvalayanasutrena garbha (read Garga?) gotrena 
Rivakalyandajatena Golacudamanina asmadanugrahartthe 
Sundararajaprasnottarakhye granthe pratipaditam tena gati- 
yogenaiva vibhajya sthitidalani jfieyam sasthaddhyayah (f. 73) 



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pratharae dvitiyeddliyfiye praycnokta iti iia punar idaniiu 
vyakhyayate praksiptatvac casyaddhyayasya paficaddliya- 
yyara api baliava slokal.i praksiptah samjfiite sarvo nirastah 
srimanti puiTijakfde padavakyapramanajfio jyotissastravisfi- 
rado yatisvaral.i pratraa (read Padma?) garbha iti prasiddlio- 
paro brliaspatir ivasit tasmad evasmatpita prakscpavyati- 
riktam suddhaiii vrdcyakaranam auyany api kificit adhitavaii 
sri - Nrsimhasisyabliutajyotissastravic - chri - Vanchyajanma- 
Bharadvaja-Varadaraja-tad]"gvidhakanisthaputra-Somadeva- 
sarapradayasuddhavakyakarai.ian casmakam sampradayasi- 
ddhavakyakaranena samam tena etad vyakhyanaprakarasi- 
ddliam yan miilan tad eva suddhamulam iti jfieyain i Sundare- 
sakrte vakyakaranasya prakasane i Somadevadrteddhyayah 
pancamo lagbur iritab i Ananta-Narayanasununa piinab 
kaverakaiiyatatavasina maya i prakasita vakyaki'tir Ibigbiyasi 
dvije^adevauujigbrksaya laghu i iti sri-Yancbyajanma-srl- 
Raraganathaputra-Somadevadrtena SundaraiTijena viracita- 
yaiii vakyalcaranalagbudipikayaiii paficaraoddbyayab i oiii 
bubbam astu srigurucaranaraviiidabbyam namah i suryya- 
dinavagrabadevatabbyo namab i 

(2) 

Astronomical tables, called Kiijddipahcagrahavdkyam, 
F. 1 margin: — kujasya mabavakyam i 
Beginning: — 

maragalasrir bbusunub 40 

atmajayisantanub 80 

drsto bbupatir vo nab 120 

Isamganasarapannab 150 

bbiimir girisamlagna 180 

F. 14: — kujasya vrdcyam samaptani ii atba budbasya va- 

kyam ii F. 27 b:— budbavakyara samaptam ii F. 28: — atba 

guror vakyam ii F. 33 b: — guruvakyarn samaptam ii F. 34: — 

atba sukravakyam ii F. 38 b: — bbrguvrdvyam samaptam ii 

F. 39: — atba saner vakyam ii 

It ends: — nirado raseccbuh 348 ravigonirddasah 378 va- 
kyam 19 dbiras saneb ii munivakyam samaptam ii kujadi- 
pancagrabavakyam parisamilptam i om subliam astu etc. 



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69. 

Whish No. 69 B. 

Size: ISi Xlf in., (1) + 144 + (2j leaves, 8 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18th or 19th cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 

The Lalitopdkhydna, from the Uttarcikhanda (Ayatana- 
khanda?) of the Brahmdnda-Purdna, in 34 Adhyayas. 

It begins: — astu va sreyase nityam vastu vamamgam 
aisvaram i yatas trtiyo vidusan turiyan tat param mahah | 
Agastyo nama devarsir vedavedamgaparagah i sarvasiddha- 
ntasarajno brahmanandadayatmakah i cacaratbhutahetuni 
tirtthany ayatanani ca i sailaranyapagamukhyan sarvah 
janapadan api i tesu tesv akhilah jantiln ajnanatimiravrtan l 
sisnodaraparan drstva cintayam asa tan prati i etc. 

P. 2b: — iti brahmandapurane Hayagrivagastyasamvade 
lalitakhyane prathamoddhyayah ii 

F. 9b: — iti sribrahmandottare Haya° . . . trtiyoddhyayah ii 

F. 35: — iti sribrahmandottare . . . vaivahikotsavo nama 
caturdasoddhyayah ii 

It ends: — akhyatam etad avadatagimah pathantas sam- 
patpradayakam apakrtasarvaduhkham i vijnanadlptikalikam 
lalitam raahesim asadya te catasa ' vahanti sadabhitrptim ii 
II iti srimatbrahmandapuranottare Hayagrivagastyasamvade 
lalitakhyane mantrasadhanaprakarakathanan nama catu- 
strimsoddhyayah ii srimahadevyai namah ii ii samaptas ca- 
yatanakhandah ii harih om ii subham astu ii 

70. 

Whish No. 70. 

Size: ^Ixls in., (1) + 89 leaves, 8 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18 tb or 19tii cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 

A manual of rites and prayei-s connected with the wor- 
ship of Rudra. The title seems to be Rudravidhi. It 

* The metre requires only two short syllables. Read te vata? 



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includes the Fancdhgarudranydsa of BodhaijajM (li". 30b 
— 33 b), and gives (ff. 45 — 88) the Prayoga for each Mantra 
of the Rudranuvrikas of Taittiriya-sainhita IV, 5 (Naniahd- 
nucdlids). It is incomplete, as it does not contain the 
Prayoga for the Camahmuvdlms (Taitt.-samh, IV, 7), which 
we should expect after the Namalcdimvdkds. (See the 
(juotation below.) An entry by Mr. Whish says: "This 
volume contains the Atirudraprayogam; being an extract 
of the Bhashyam of the Yajurvedah." 

It begins: — atha sru-udravidhih i tatra tavad upayukte 
tu viniyogadikau cintyate i viniyogo namabhisainbandhah i 
sarvanigamgl bhavarupah ekasyaiva mantrasya vidhibalad 
anekesu karmmasv amgatvam yasmin karmmani yadamga- 
bhavam bhajate tada tasmin karmmani viniyogo jueyah I 
evah ca yady api caramayam istakayara juhotity adibhi(r) 
brahmanavakyair agnicayane caramestakayam ekadasabhi 
rudranuvakair homo vihita iti homakhye karmmani am- 
gatvam rudranuvakanam i etc, 

F. 15: — atha maharudra-ahutisamkhya i F. 20: — athati- 
rudrahutisamkhya i F. 30 b: — iti sthandilakiindamanda- 
panirmmanadividhih ii atha Bodhayanoktapancamgarudran- 
yasavidhih i F. 33 b : — iti pahcamgarudranyasah ii atha rudra- 
bhisekavidhih i 

F. 45: — atha taittiriya^akhanusarena namakanuvakah 
pradarsyante namasterunya namo hiranyabahave namas 
sahamanetyadayah' camakanuvfika agnavisnii^ jyaisthyara-5 
ity adaya ekada^a atha namake cantaravakyanam aprayo- 
gah Bhaskaradivinirdistakamyadrstyabhidhasyate i 

F. 88: — iti namakesu namo rudrebhya^ ity asya prayo- 
gah I iti namakaprayoga ekadasonuvakah (sic) ii atha purvo- 
ktesu daksine yatna nirupyate i 

F.88b: — iti daksine yatna i atra nyCmatiriktoktapratyavaya- 
jihirsayai staumi stamberamadhi^acarmmanirmmitavasasara ii 

1 See Taitt. Samh. IV, 5, 1 seqq. Read namas te rudra . . . namas 
sahamanayetyadayah. 

2 Taitt. Samh. IV, 7, 1. 

3 Taitt. Samh. IV, 7, 2. 

4 Taitt. Samh. IV, 5, 11, 2. 



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It ends: — anavaratadhiraddlivana gambhiragharghara 
galabhavai3hutkarabbinnagahvara i gunarajivi (read guna- 
rajiva?) riijamana dharadharesa kanyakakantisamkranta 
(read kanyakantisamkranta?) nijakalebaraikadesa i akbila- 
jagadadbisa ranta (read santa?) mabesa namas te namas 
te I srigurucaranaravindabbyan namab ii om i subbam astu. 

71. 

Whish No. 71. 

Size: 181x28 in., (2) + 201 +(5) leaves, from 12 to 15 lines on 
a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish signed 'Tellicherry December 1828'. 
The Praniathin year (see below) immediately preceding 1828 is 
A. D. 1819y20, but the MS. looks older, and may have been written 
A. D. 1759/60, possibly A. D. 1699/1700. 

Scribe: Kaghunatha, son of Ramakrsna. 

Character: Grantha, very small, sometimes difficult to read. 

Tbe Maliahlidratasamgralia, by Mahesvara. Mr. Wbish 
describes it as 'tbe Sangraba-Bbaratam of Mabeswarah ; 
compleat in eighteen Parvvas'. Tbere are really only 
17 Parvas, wbicb are made up in tbe following way: 
Parvans I — IX correspond to tbe usual P^rvans of tbe 
Mababbfirata, then follow: 

X Gada-Parvan, 

XI Sauptika-Parvan, 

XII Aisika-Parvan, 

XIII — XVII Asvamedbika to Svargarobanika Parvans. 

Tbe Strl, 8anti, and Anusasana Parvans are not repre- 
sented. See A. Holtzmann, Das Mababbarata, II, 1 seq., 
Ill, 46 seq. R. v. Rotb, Verzeiclmis Indiscber Handscbriften 
der Kgl. Univ. Bibl. Tubingen, p. 23. 

It begins: — suklainbaradbaram visnum sasivarnan catur- 
bbujam i prasannavadanan dbyayet sarvavigbnopasantaye i 
srlnaan pauranikas sutah kadacid raumabarsinab i ugrasrava 
nama punyam naimi^aranyam agamat i varttamane sauna- 
kasya satre dvadasavarsike i tatraslnan munln sarvan 
pranamat samprabrstadbib i katbas citra srotukama munayas 



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sutanandanain 1 paripaprucclia tan sa' fan [)apraccliu.s sa 
ca kau^alaiii i abhinandya samasinas tarn alius samsrita- 
sanain i kuta ayasi ko desas tvaya, cavita ity api i vipiTm 
sa piTilia supritan tatragacchan yadrcchaya i sarpasatrani 
yatra raja cakara janaraejanah (sic) i ya vaisanipayaiiat tatra 
^ui^iTiva jaiianiejayah i katlias ta Vyasakathitas tv a[u]i^rausam 
bharatasritah i pararddhyani parikramya tirttbany ayatantlni 
ca 1 s[y]amantapancakan nama tan desam gatavan ahain i 
kurui.iaiu panclavanan ca sarvesan ca mahibhrtam i bhavatam 
vividhaii (?) tasmad didrksur aham agatah i srotum kim 
icchathety ukta luunayas sutaiii abruvan i pariksitena 
Vyasokta ya vaisarapayanac chrutah i tab katha srotum 
icchamo mababliaratasamjnitab i etc. 

F. 2: — iti srimahabharatasamgrahe Maliesvarakrte saiii- 
bhavaparvani vaidodamkacaritan nama prathamoddhyayab ii 

F. 10b:— iti srimababbaratasaragrahe dusyantacaritan 
nama astamoddhyriyah ii 

F. 21b: — iti snmababharatasamgrabe bakavadho nama 
paficadasoddhyayab ii 

F. 26: — iti ^ribharatasamgrabe paficendropakbyanan 
nama astadasoddbyayab ii 

F. 32 (end of the I"'^* Parvan): — iti snmababharata- 
samgrahe sambbavaparvaiii mandapalacaritan nama pafica- 
vimsoddbyayah ii 

F. 44 (end of the II"*'^ Parvan): — iti . . . sabbaparvani 
Pandavadyutaparajayo nama astanioddbyayab ii srdvrsnOya 
namab ii sabbfiparva samaptam ii barib om ii barib om ii 

F. 54: — iti . . . riraiiyaparvani Nalacaritasamaptir nnama 
astamoddbyayab ii 

F. 81b (end of the III"' Parvan): — iti . . . aranyaparvani 
aranibaranan nama dvattrirasoddbyayab ii 

F. 95 (end of the IV^^ Parvan) :^ — iti . . . virataparvani 
uttarabhimanyuvivaho nama dasamoddhyayab ll srikrsnaya 
namab ii virataparvam samaptam ll 

F. 104 (end of the V"' Parvan): — iti . . . udyogaparvani 
rathasamkbyambopakhyanan nama da^amoddhyayab ii 

' Doubtful reading. Read tarn papnicchus te? 



-5H 92 H$- 

F. 110b (end of the VI *^ Parvan): — iti . . . bhlsmaparvani 
bhlsmasaratalpasayanan nama saptadasoddhyayah ii 

F. 146 (end of the VII*^ Parvan): — iti . . . dronaparvani 
dronavadho nama astadasoddhyayah ii srikrsnaya namah ii 
dronaparvam samaptam ii 

F. 160 (end of the VIII*^ Parvan) : — iti . . . karnaparvani 
karnavadho nama ekadasoddhyayah ii . . . karnaparva 
samaptam ii 

F. 169b (end of the IX'^ Parvan):— iti . . . salyaparvani 
saptamoddhyayah li . . . salyaparvam samaptam ii 

F. 173b (end of the X*^ Parvan): — iti . . . gadaparvani 
tritiyoddhyayah i gadaparvani samaptam ii 

F. 176 (XI *'^ Parvan): — iti . . . sauptikaparvani pratha- 
moddhyayah ii 

F. 178 (end of the XII ^'^ Parvan): — iti . . . aisikaparvam 
samaptam ii harih om siibham astu ii 

F. 190b (end of the XIII ti' Parvan):— iti . . . asvame- 
dhikaparvani dasamoddhyayah ii . . . asvamedhikam sama- 
ptam II 

F. 194b (XIY"' Parvan): —iti . . . asramavasike parvani 
caturtthoddhyayah ii 

F. 197 (XV*'' Parvan): — iti . . . mausalaparvani dvitlyo- 
ddhyayah ii 

F. 198b (XVI ^'^ Parvan): — iti . . . mahaprasthanike par- 
vani prathamoddhyayah ii 

It ends (f. 201): — iti srimahabharatasamgrahe svargaro- 
hanike parvani dvitiyoddhyayah li srikrsnaya namah i sita- 
kiksmanabharatasatrughnahanumatsametasriramacandraya 
namah ii sri - umapataye namah ii harih om i subham 
astu srigurubhyo namah i karakrtam aparadham ksantum 
arhanti santah ii pramathinamasamjhayam saradi prapnu- 
vaty api i capam hamse daksinakhyayane pakse site tatha i 
astavim^akhyake hy anhi somavasarasamyute i svatitara- 
samayukte dasamyain minalagnake i ^ravanat sarvapapa- 
ghnah pathanan muktidam subham i lekhanat ^rlpradam 
sammyak mahabharatasam graham i Ramakrsnasya putrena 
Raghunathena dhimata i raraabhaktena vidusa hkhitam 
bhadram astu vah ii krsnSya vasudevaya devakinandanaya 



ca I riikmiiiisatyiibliaiii:ibhyrii)i sevitSya naiiio iiainah i ^rl- 
gurubhyo namah ii 

Whish No. 72. 

Size: 12HXlff in., (1)+10« leaves, 8 or 9 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated December 1828. The MS. may 
be about 50 years oldei*. 

Character : Grantha. The leaves are numbered by letters : ka (= 1), 
kha, ga ... ha, la, ksa (=35), kya (=36), khya . . . ksya (=70), 
kra (=71), khra . . . Ira (== 104), ksra (= 105). This foliation begins 
from the second leaf. 

The BrhatsamliltCi of Vardhamiliira, or the VardJiasam- 
liitd, with a Commentary (SamJiUdvivrti) by Bhatfotpala. 
A fragment only, extending from III, 1 to XXVI, 8. 

It begins: — athadityacaro vyakhyayate i aslesarddha(d) 
daksinam uttaram ayanam raver ddhanisthadyam nunarn 
kadacid asid yenoktam piirvasastresu raver adityasya 
a^lesarddha(d) daksinam ayanani tatha dhanisthadyam 
uttaram ayanam, etc. 

F. 8: — iti Bhattolpalaviracitayam sanihitavivr ** ditya- 
caras trtiyoddhyayah i 

F. 51: — iti Bhattolpahiviracitayain sarphitavivritau 
^ukracaro navamoddhyayah ii 

It ends: — dantair nnaga gohayadyas ca lomna hemna 
bliiipas sikthakena dvijadyani tadvasa *** *** ** (Wank) 
sesadravyany atraarupasthita[na]ni naga hastinah dantair 
hanti dentaih romna gohayanyani go (sic) ii 



73. 

WmsH No. 73. 

Size: 125- X it in., (1) + 155 + 39 + 30 + (1) leaves, 7 or 8 lines 
on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated 'Tellicherry December 1828'. 
The MS. may be about 50 years older. 

Character' Grantha. 



■^ 94 f^ 

a) 

The Rgveda-Pratimkliya, by &aunal:a, the text (ff. 1—33), 
followed by the text together with a Commentary, called 
Pdmidairttl (ff. 34—155). This MS. and its relation 
to the MSS. of Uvata's Commentary used by Professor 
Max Mtiller in his edition and translation of the Egveda- 
Pratisrikhya have been fully discussed by Prof. Eggeling. 
See Rig -Veda -Pratisakhya, das alteste Lehrbuch der 
vedischen Phonetik. Sanskrittext mit Ubersetzung und 
Anmerkungen herausg. von Max Miiller (Leipzig 1869), 
Einleitung, pp. 22 — 32. As Prof. Eggeling states, the 
name of Uvata is not mentioned in this Commentary, 
which differs considerably from Uvata's Commentary as 
known to us, and probably contains an older and more 
authentic interpretation of the Pratisakhya, than that of 
Uvata {I. c, p. 23 seq.). A complete collation of the text 
given by this MS., and an edition of this Commentary 
would be very desirable, though the MS. is unfortunately 
incomplete. The text breaks oft' after XVI, 52 in Prof. Max 
Miiller's edition, wdiile the Commentary only reaches to 
the end of the tenth Patala. 

The text begins: — astau samanaksarany aditas tatas 
catvari sandhyaksarani i ete svara iparo dirghavat pluto- 
nusvaro vyahjanam va svaro va i etc. 

The text ends (f. 33b): — a yah paprau visvasan ca ta 
rcotra nidarsanam ii 52 i gayatri purausnik catuspadam 
manye dvadasa ii iti chandovicitau prathama aditostadasa- 
patalah ii harih om i 

The Commentary begins (f. 34): — astau samanaksarany 
uditah varnasamamnayasyaditostaksarani saraanaksarasam- 
jhani veditavyani i etc. 

It ends (f. 155): — iti pa(rsa)davrttau kramapatalan nama 
dvadasam samaptam ii sriguru" etc. 

(2) 

Short treatises, a kind of Appendices to the Pratisakhya, 
on the Egveda-Samhita, viz.. 



->4 95 H^ 

(Ij the Blsarvasamdndm by NCigadeva, son of Yajnand- 
rCiyami (ff. 1 — 5); 

(2) the B(jrilaii(ihijcdah-mu(i by the same author (ff. 5— 81j) ; 

(3) The title of this tract (ff. 9—15) is not given; 

(4) raddntadljiml (ff. 15—17); 

(5) Tr/sandhdlaJ{sana (f. 17); 

(6) Bksamlhyd (f1'. 17 b— 18); 

(7) Avarnadlpa (f. 18); 

(8) Ndntasamgralia, or NdntaJakmna, by Semndrdyana 
(ff. 19— 21b); 

(9) Tdntalalimnn, or Tapara, or Tdntasamgraha (f. 22); 

(10) Naparavydldidna, a Commentary on No. 8 (ff. 23—35); 

(11) Taparatlkd, a Commentary on No. 9 (ff". 35-39).' 

The first treatise begins: — pranamya pranatabhlstaprada- 
taram patim sriyah i bahvrcanam subodhaya i5am[m]rinam 
kriyate laghu i visarjaniya akrirapurvako ghosavatparah I 
vyahjanasprkcchasaparo hipyate samhitaksane i yesii varna- 
kramat tani pravaksyami padany aham i nanapadatvam 
amgyanam (read iingyanam?) purvabhagah tv ava[t]grahah i 
nimittana grhyate yat tat padam evatra laksa\ie i pra- 
thamas ca dvitlyas ca hitviX vargyas traya[h]s trayah I 
antasthas ca hakaras ca ghosavantah prakirttitah i iti 
jiaribhasa ii etc. 

It ends (f. 5): — YajhanErayanakhyasya yajvanah priyasti- 
nuna samanam sadhu savyakhyam Nagadevena nirmmitam ii 
iti rksarvasamanam samaptam ii 

Then the Vilahghyahiksana begins: — harih om i snddlia- 
sphatikasamkasam pundarikanivasinam i dataram sarva- 
vidyanani hayagrivam upasmahe i Yajfianarfiyanat siirer 
utpannas somayajinah i Nagadevo vadisyami vilimghyani 
padany aham i etc. 

It ends (f. 8b): — proktani yatha tatha vapi prit3^a ba- 
lakaloktivat I mayoktany rgviUimghyani varnakramata eva 
tu I vihimghyahiksanasloka astasastir udiritilh i vihxmghya- 
laksanam samaptam ii 

t Compare the similar treatises on the Black Yajur Yeda, No. 25 (a). 



-^ 96 f«- 

The next treatise begins (f. 9): — rtvig yajnesu kam vi^- 
vam devya vrttapuroliitau i devam yastlio hotrsabdo rtvik- 
sabdo rkaravat i marutan tvararacchevas samudrasyeva 
varmmana I asyendrettha sato visnuli i purvesu maliima 
bhavet i etc. 

It (?) ends (f, 15): — atra tadvabetlie ye devaso ati vayo 
uti devanam itva vellam varjam ii 

Then begins the Padantadlpini: — harih om i bhutesopi 
prasadartthi yasyabhutipurantakah i karunyanidhaye ta- 
smai gaiiadhipataye namah i 1 i manisitesu sarvesu bha- 
satan nas sarasvati i visvaprakasinl sasvat kumudesv iva 
kaumudl i 2 I rgvedapathe Sakalyadrste tadvartmana 
krtim i padantadipinin namna karomy artthanubandhi- 
nlm I 3 1 . . . alocya Saunakaproktam prati^akhyam praya- 
tnatah i Tivrnomy atimiidhopi mndhanugrahakamksaya i 5 I 

It ends (f. 17): — tesu kosthesu ganite padajate varata- 
kaih pademgyosmantamanan nirnayo bhavati ddhruvam l 
sabdah pada bhadha bhfiyad iti sarvam snmamgalam ii 

Then begins the Trisandhalaksana: — harih om i trisandha- 
laksanam i vargam vadet kascana tan ca sarve padam 
dvitiyasya sa capi sarve i sarve punah ptirvavad eva var- 
gam kramam dvitiyasya vadet sa te ca i etc. 

It ends (f. 17b): — trisandhalaksanam samaptam ii 

This is followed by the two small treatises, the Rksam- 
khya, ending on f. 18: — rksamkhya samapta i harih om ii, 
and the Avarnadipa, which begins: — gurum gunabdhin 
nikhilaptavanmayarn pranamya samsarasamudratarakam i 
padadyavarnavagamaya vacm(y) ream avarnadipakhyam 
aham sulaksaiiam ii 

Then follow the Nantasanagraha, and the Tantasam- 
graha, (ff. 19 — 22 b), and Commentaries on these two trea- 
tises (ff. 23—39). 

F. 19 begins: — pranamya garudarudhara harin nila- 
bhrasannibhara i Sesanarayanakliyena laksanam kriyate 
maya i etc. F. 21b: — iti nantasaragrahas samaptah ii 

F. 22 b: — iisyam (?) evan natantakhyam laksanam samudl- 
ritam i iti taparam samaptam i F. 35: — naparavyakhyanam 
samaptam ii F. 39:— iti tapari(read tapara)tika samapta II 



-^i 97 i<- 

(3) 

Some more treatises of the same kind, viz. 

(1) FaribMsd (?) (f. 1); 

(2) Avaruilal-.^am (ff. 1 — 3); 

(3) Avamilaki^ana (f. 3); 

(4) Avarnivydkhydna, a Commentary on No. 2 (ff. 3b-24); 
and 

(5) Avarnivydliliydna, a Commentary on No. 3 (ff. 24—3013). 
Compare the Saptalaksana al)ove No. 25(a). 

F. 1 begins: — gurum gunabdhin nikhilaptavaumayani pra- 
namya samsarasamudratarakam i padadyavarnavagamaya 
vacmy roam avarnadTpfikhyam aham sulaksanam i etc. (like 
the 'Avarnadlpa' above p. 90, 1. 23). But it ends (on the 
same page): — iti paribhasa samapta il 

F. 3: — avarnilaksanam samaptam ii sridaksinamiirttaye 
namah ii 

F. 3b: — avarnilaksanam samaptam ii 

F. 24: — avarnivyakhyanam samaptam il 

Then the Commentary on the Avarnilaksana begins: — 
akarasamgrahavyakhyam svayam eva karoti ca i asmin 
laksanepi pratipadikagrahanam sarvarttharn sarvatra i etc. 

It ends: — akaradipadanan tu spastaya pratipaditam | 
yathamati hrdi prityadhri(ra)m vidvajjanais sada ii harih om ii 
avarnivyakhyanam samaptam il srimahatripurasmidaryyai 
namo namah ii . . . srimahadevyai namo namah ii 



74. 

Whish No. 74. 

Size: I23 xlg- in., (2) + 256 + (1) leaves, 8 or 9 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18th or 19 th cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 

The Smrtlmuktdpliala, by Vaidyandtha DlWita of the 
Vddhdla family; Pariccheda I: the Varndsramadharmanird- 
pana. See Burnell, Tanjore p. 134. 

7 



-3^ 98 H$-. 

It begins: — suklambaradharara visnum sasivarnaii catur- 
bliujam I prasannavadanan dhyayet sarvavighnopasantaye ii 
amke viliarinam anuksanam adrijayas tarn kevalam kala- 
bham atbhutam asrayamah i nityarn. ya esa baliubhir 
nnijasevakanam pratyuhapunjakabalaih paritosam eti i pa- 
ri! vatlvidhimukliavalisaiidhapankter mmayaviliinajanama- 
nasarajahamsam i yogesvarair api vimrsya nijasvariipa 
vati(read vani?)svari disatu me vacasam samrddhim i sara- 
bham upaimi sadliu sevyam sadayam kaficaiia devatavi- 
sesam i . . . dasakantliarupam vande dasasyandana nanda- 
nami (read °syandanan iiamami?) i Yaidyanathaddhvarlna- 
niadaso Yadhiilavamsajah i smrtimuktaj)halan nama kurute 
sarasamgraliam ii uruvistaradliarmmasastravarddher upalab- 
dlier minabata parisramena i sravanesu nidblyatam kirn 
anyaih smrtimuktriphalam ekam eva satbbili I kva nu vi- 
sakalitan tu dbarmmasastram kva ca punar akalane mama 
pravrttih i sa(ka)lamatijiisas tathapi santas satatam idam 
mama sabasam sabantam i tatradau dbarmmapramanani 
niriipyante i Manub i vedokbilo dbarmmamiilam i etc. 

F. 10b: — atba smrtikarttrnirtipanam i F. lib: — atba 
dbarmmadesab i F. 21b: — atba srstib i F. 36: — iti yaja- 
nam ii atba yajanan iiirupyate i F. 39: — ity addbyayauam I 
atbaddbyapanam i F. 63: — iti dauam i atba patranirupa- 
nam i F. 78 b: — atba ksatriyadbarmmab ii 

F. 86: — iti brabmanasraistbyam i atba jativivekab i 
F. Ill: — iti yajiiopaYltanirmmanadi ii atba dandadbaranam i 
F. 149b: — iti snutakadbarmmab i atba vivabab i F. 170: — 
atba brabmanadiyivababbedab i F. 195: — garbbinidbar- 
mmab i F. 196 b: — atba vidbavadbarmmab i F. 201: — iti 
stridbarmmab II grbastbadbarmman aba Daksab i F. 209 b: — 
atba yatidbarmmab i F. 224b: — atba gurvadinirupanam I 
F. 245:— atba bbiksacaryya i 

It ends: — Vyasab i moksasramam yas carate yatboktani 
sncis sam (read san) samkalpitabuddbiyuktab i anindbanam 
jyotir iva jjrasantam ya (read sa) brabmabbavam sruyate 
(read srayate) dvijatii- iti' i iti Yaidyanatba - Diksita- 



I See Mahabharata XII, 192, 6. 



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viracite smitimuktiipluilc varnasramadliarmmanirupanan 
iiama prathamali pariccliedah ii harih om i srigurubhyo 
namali i, 

75. 

Whish No. 75. 

Size: lllxlg in., (1) + 79 leaves, 7 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. AVhish dated 'December 1828.' The MS. may 
be about 50 years older. 
Character: Grantha. 

Tlie GrJnjavrtli, a Commentary on the Khadira-Grliyasu- 
tra or Drdhydyam- Orhyasutra of the Sdmaveda, by 
EudraslMndha. It is incomplete, ending at the end of 
III, 4. For other MSS. of this work, see Burnell I, O. 
p. 56. See also Oldenberg, S. B. E. xxix, pp. 371 seqq. 

It begins: — athato grhyakarmmani i athanantaram i kas- 
mad anantaran deva savitar ityadimantravacchakhaddhya- 
yananantaram yattetta nadhitavedasya mantraparijhanat' 
vaksyamanesu vakyesu karmmanusthanayogyataya pratipa- 
ttiim asakyam atas tadanantaram iti gamyate i etc. 

The first Patala ends (f. 36b):— pahcamah khandah h 
iti Rudraskandhakrtayam grhyavrttau prathamali patalah ii 

The Il'^'i Patala (5 Khandas) ends f. 65. " 

It breaks off at the end of the 4*^ Khanda of the 
jjjTd Patala: — sthalipakasya purnapatram yathotsahani- 
vrtyartthain i carutantraprakrtir ayam homah ii tritlyasya 
patalasya caturtthah khandah ii navamin dasamini vanva- 
stakyam ii harih oin ii subham astii i etc, 

76. 

AVhish No. 76. 

Size: 18?><2 in., (1) + 132 + (1) leaves, from 9 to 11 lines on 
a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated '5*1^ January 1830 Tellicherry.' 
The MS. may be about 50 or 80 years older. 

Character: Grantha. 



I Read with Ind. Ofi'. MS. : yatonadhitavedasya mantraparijuauat. 



• ->i 100 H$- 

Four Khandas of the Siitasamhitd of the Sl;amla - Bu- 
rma , viz., the ^ivamdlidtmydklmmla in 13 Adhyayas 
(ff. 1—24), i\iQ Judnayogakhanda m 20 Adhyayas (ff. 24— 48 b), 
the MiMiManda in 9 Adhyayas (ff. 48b— 68b), and 
43 Adhyayas and part of the 44*^ Adhyaya of the Yajha- 
vaihliavalilianda (ff. 68b— 132b). 

It begins: — gurave sarvalokanam bhisaje bhavaroginam i 
nidhaye sarvavidyanam i sridaksinamiirttaye namah i ai^va- 
ram paramatatvam ridimaddhyantavarjjitam i adharam 
sarvabhutanam (a)nadharam avikriyam i anantanandabodham- 
bunidhim atbhutavibhramanj i ambikapatim isanam anl^am 
pranamamy aham ii satravasane munayo visuddhahrdaya 
bhrsam i naimislya mahatmanam agatam Romaharsanam i 
drstva yatharham sampujya prasannendriyamanasah i pa- 
pracchus samhitam enam Siitam pauranikottamam i evam 
prsto munisresthaih Siitas sarvartthadayinam i mahadevam 
mahatmanan dhyatva Vyasaii ca bhaktitah i samahitamana 
bhutva vilokya munisattaman i vaktum arabhate Suta(h) sam- 
hitam vedasammitam i sii-Sutah i biTihmam puranam pratha- 
mam dvitiyam patmam ucyate i trtlyam vaisnavam proktam 
caturttham saivam ucyate i tato bhagavatam proktam 
bhavisyakhyan tatah jDaram i saptaman naradiyaii ca 
markkandeyan tatah param i agneyam navamam pascat i 
brahmakaivarttam eva ca i tato laimgah ca varahan tata 
skandam anuttamam i vamanakhyan tatah kaurmmam 
raatsyan tatparam ucyate i garudakhyan tatah proktam 
brahmandan tatparam viduh i granthatas tu caturllaksam 
puranam munipumgavah i etc. 

F. 24: — iti skande purane sutasamhitayam ^ivamahatmya- 
khande trayodasoddhyayah ii 

F. 132 : — iti yajhavaibhavakhande tricatvarimsoddhyayah ii 
Siitah I athatas sampravaksyami dravyasuddhim sama- 
satah I etc. 

It breaks off (f. 132b) in the middle of tlie 44*'' Adhyaya 
with the following words: — asuddhya[su a]suddhavat bhati 
sarlrades tu cetanah i vyavahare yatlia candro niscalopi 
calaty api i 



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77. 
Whish No. 77. 

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Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated 'Telliclierry 1829". The MS. may 
be about 50 years older. 
Character: Grantha. 

The Batndpana, a Commentary, by Kumar asvdmin, 
son of Mallindtlia, and younger brother of Koldcala 
Pedddcdrija (?), on Vidydndtha's Pratdparudra^ in 9 Pra- 
karanas. Cf. Biirnell, Tanjore p. 56 sq., and Wilson- 
Mackenzie (1882) p. 161. 

It begins: — kalyanani karotu kascana puman arddham- 
gadantavalo gandabhogavilolupan aliganan karnaficalais 
crdayan i yatpadamburuhavalambasaranah purve pumilmsas 
traya(s) trailokyasthitisargasarnhrtividhau nirvighnasiddho- 
dyamah i vastiikalyanadan divyam astu nririnaratmajam | 
svopajham vaumayam yasya viharagrhavedika i ** nim (read 
vanim)^ kanabhujim ajlganad avasasic ca vaiyyasikim antas 
ta(n)tram aramsta pannagagavikumbhesu cajagarat i vacam 
acakalad rahasyam akhilam yascaksapadasphuram lokebhiid 
yadupajiiam eva vidusam saujanyajanyam yasah i [sjtriskan- 
dhasastrajaladhim ciilukikurute sma yah i tasya sri-Mallina- 
thasya tanayojani tadrsah i kolacalapeddayaryyah (read 
Kolacala-Peddacaryah?) pramanapadavakyaparadrsva yah i 
vyakhyatanikhila^astrah prasangakartta ca sakahividyasu i 
tasyanujanma tadanugrahaptavidyanavadyo vinatapana- 
mmrah i svami vipascid vitanoti tikam prataparudriyara- 
hasyabhettrim i punya^lokagunoktisanakasanad iittejanalam- 
bhitam safijagraha rasadiratnanicayara vidyavinathah puril i 
sohan tad vyavaharahetum adhuna kihcit karomy apanan 
tatranugrahamulyatobhilasitam grnhantu dhauya janah i 
yady asti gudham akhilam saktya tat tat prakasyate i na- 
mulam likhyate kihcit nanapeksitam ucyate i atha tatra- 
bhavan Vidyanathanama mahfikavir alamkarasastram ara- 
bhamanah, etc. 

I See Mallinatha's Introd. to his Comm. on the Rag-huvamsa. 



•^H 102 H$- 

F. 46: — iti prataparudiavynkhyane ratnapanakhyane 
kavyasvarupan nirupanan nfima dvitiyam prakaranam ii 

F. 139: — pratapanidravyrikhyane ratnapanakhyane gunan 
nirupanan nama sastliaprakaranam i 

It ends: — vistarabliirubhir iiparamyata iti sarvam ava- 
datam il iti prataparudrlyavyakliyane ratnapanakhyane 
misralamkaran nirupanan nama navamam prakaranam ii 
prataparudriyavyakhySnam samriptarn ii srlguru'', etc. 



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Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated 'Tellicherry 1829'. The MS. may 
be about 50 years older. 

Character: Grantha. 

(1) 

The Bhdsfjaratnaprabhd, or gloss on Sahkara's Com- 
mentary to Bddardi/ana's Vecldnta-Stdras, by Govinddnanda, 
with Notes (ff. 1 — 69). It is incomplete, containing only 
the portion corresponding to Yol. I, pp. 1 — 90 in the 
edition of the Yedanta-Sutras, published in the Bibliotheca 
Indica (Calcutta 1863). In the margin of f. 1 the title 
'TdtparyyabodhinT is given, and Mr. Whish states (f. 69): 
"Here ends the Talparyyabodhini. This appears to be 
annotations on the Sutra Bhashyam of Sankara Acharyyah". 
See below No. 93. 

It begins: — yam iha kurunikam saranani gato hy arisa- 
hodara apa mahat padam i tam aham asu harim varam 
a^raye janakajamkam ana(n)tasukhakrtim i Vibhisanorisaho- 
daropity anvayah (i) srigauryya sakalartthadan nijapadam- 
bhojena muktipradam praudhani righnavanara harantam 
anaghasridunditundasina vande carmmakaprilikopakaranai(r) 
vairagyasaukhyat paran nastiti pradisantam antavidhuram 
srlkasikesam sivara i pradisantam upadisantani i yatkrpala- 
vamatrena muko bhavati panditah i vedasastrasarirantam 
vanim vinakaiam bhaje i kamfiksTdugdhapracurasurasu- 



-^> 103 f«- 

tanu ' pi^MJyaljliojyritipujyasrigaurlnayakribhitprakatana - 8i- 
varainriryya-labilh[v]atmabodhaih srimat-Gopalaglrbhilipra- 
lcatitapai\imri(lvaitabhrisriR[t]mit5sya-srimat-Govindavrinica- 
ranakaiiKilago nirvrtohaiu yatludili i moksapuryyam sri- 
kriucyfuii srikamaksya dattam payasaiii devair api shitaiu 
prajyani sampfirnain prakr^tr>jyayuktam va yat bhojyam 
aima(i]i) teiiatipiijyas SivaiTimayoginah kifica sivas casau ra- 
mas ceti svanamna srigaurinayakayor abhedam prakatayanti 
tebhyo gurubliyo kabdha atmabodho srimat-Goprdasai-asvati- 
bhili tail- ity artthali kSamkarani bhasyakrtain prunamya Vya- 
sam harira sutrakrtan ca kurve sribhasyatirtthe parahamsatu- 
styai vagjahibandhacchidam abhyupayam (') atra bhasye, etc. 
F. 20: — prathamavarnakam ii 

F, 32: — caturttbavarnakam ii prathamasutram samaptam ii 
It ends: — atmaniscayat an maryyadayam pramatvtvasya 
kalpitatvepi pratyaksadivisayavadhat pramrin(y)ain iti bha- 
vah II om ramanamni pare dhamni krtsnamnayasamaii- 
vayali karyyatatparyyabadhena sadbitas suddbabuddha- 
ye II srigurubbyo namo namali, etc. 

(2) 

Tlie Balivrcahraliuicmopanisadvivarana, or Aitareyoimni- 
sadllidmja, i. e. the Commentary on the Aitareya-Upanisad, 
by ^afikara (ff. 70 — 94b). Printed in the Bibliotheca Indica, 
vok yil, Calcutta 1850. 

It begins (f. 70): — om parisamaptam karmma sahapara- 
brahmavisayavijfianenaisa karmmano jhanasabitasya para 
gatir ukthavijhrina[sa]d\Tireno[no]pasaiphrty etat (read "sam- 
hrtaitat?) satyam brahma pranakhyam etc. 

It ends (f. 94b): — asmat k:)kad utkrammyamusmin loke 
sarvan kaman aptvamrtas samabhavas samabhavat ity iipa 
stam (?) iti ii iti sri-Govindabhagavatpiijyapadasisyasya sri- 
matparamahamsaparivrajakacaryyasya srimac - Chamkara- 
bhagavatah krtan bahvrcabrahmanopanisadvivaranara sam- 
pfirnam ii gurubhyo namali ii aitareyopanisatbhasyam sa- 
maptam II 

I For dugdhapracura the metre reciuircs -^- -^^. The Edition 
reads o dattadugdhapracurasuranuta". 



-^ 104 f<^ 

(3) 

Tlie Kaufdalm, or Sdnibavya Grhyasutm (ff. 1 — 23). 
This is the MS. K. discussed by Prof. Oldenberg in his 
edition of the Sahkhayaua-Grhyasutra. See Indische 
Studien, vol XV, p. 4 seq.; Sacred Books of the East, 
vol XXIX, p. 6 seq. 

It begins: — utthaya pratar acamyahar aha svaddhyayam 
adhiyitadya no deva savitar iti dve, etc. (see Sankhayana- 
Grhyastitra I, 4). 

F. 12 b, 13: — iti kausitakagrhye prathamoddhyayah il 
F. 19: — iti kausitakagrhye dvitiyoddhyayah ii srlguru" . . . 
pindapitiyajhe aparanhe aniavasyayam, etc. 

F. 21: — iti kausitakagrhye pindapitryajnavidhil.i ii 
The last chapter contains Mantras with accents (the 
udatta only being marked by the sign '>- placed on the 
top of the letters), beginning: — ayusyam varccasyam 
rilyasposam autbhidam i idam hiranyam varccasvaj jaitraya 
visatad mam ii 1 i (See Mantrapatha, II, 8; Asv. Grhy. 
Ill, 8, 21.) 

It ends (f. 23): — priyam ma kuru devesu priyam ma 
brahmane kuru i priyam nsvesu bliiitesu mayi dhehi ruca- 
rucam ii harili om etc. 

(4) 

A metrical Commentary on the KanfdalM or Sdmhavya- 
Orhyasutra (ff. 24 — 57). See the preceding number. 

It begins (f. 24 = f. 1): — natva Kausitakacaryyam Sam- 
bavyam siitrakrttamam i guhyan tadiyyam samksipya vya- 
khyasyai bahuvismrtain i yathakramam yathabodham pahca- 
ddhyayasamanvitam i vyakhyatam vrttikaradyai srauta- 
smarttavicaksanaih i utthayosasy athaplutya sandhyam 
karmma samapya ca i kurvita nityam svaddhyayam ara- 
bhyadyan na {sic) ity a(r)thah i 

F. 43b (= f. 20b): — grhye kausitakiyesmin etad uttari- 
yasammata i vyrdchyata karikarupa pilrvaddhyayasasahcita 
{sic) 11 harih om i etc. 



->^ 105 H$- 

It ends (f. 57 = f. 34) with the description of funeral 
rites (the Ekoddista ^ruddha begins f. 55 b): — daksinurtthaii 
ca giirave dadyat svistakrtady atha na (read "ki-dadya- 
rthena?) sistakarmma samapyagnim iipatisthec ca sanna- 
met II harih om etc. 

(5) 

The Asvaldyajia-Grht/asntra (ff. 1 — 29). 

It begins: — uktani vaitani(kani) grhyani vaksyamah, etc. 

The first Adhyaya (21 Khandas) ends f. 12 b, the 
2«''iAdhyaya (10 Khandas) f. 17, the 3'<i Adhyaya (9 Khandas) 
ends f. 22 b. 

The fourth Adhyaya breaks off in the middle of the 
12*1^ Khanda (corresponding to IV, 8 in Stenzler's edition) 
with the words: — patram palasena vapani juhuyad iti 
vijiiayate i (IV, 8, 18 Stenzler). 

(6) 

The Sarvdnulmunanl, by Kdtydyana, divided into eight 
Astakas (ff. 30 — 54). Incomplete. 

It begins: — agnin nava Madhuscbanda Vaisvamitro, etc. 

It breaks off after Rv. X, 105: — tristub antyadya gayatrl 
va II 5 II ubhau bhutam ii srigurubhyo namali ii srlmahatri- 
purasundaryj^ai namali ii barib om subham astu ^rigana- 
dbipataye namali ii 

(7) 

Lists of words, occurring in the Bgveda-samliitd, and 
ottering certain difficulties with regard to Sandhi: appa- 
rently a kind of Parisista to the Pratisakhya (ft\ 55 — 86). 
In the margin of f. 55 it is wrongly described as 'Sarvanu- 
kramani'. 

It begins (f. 55): — ganadhipan namaskrtya gurun devih 
sarasvatlh i sandigdhacchedanany ukta (read uktva) vili- 
khyante padany atha i ejante ca visargante pade ci parato 
yatah i vigrhya tulyariipa syat sarahita tatra samsayab i 
ya rjra mahyam mamalie ko no maliya aditaye yo vo 
mahya abhisanteh sakhyaya bra ba bhra iidhany urddhva 



►^ 106 f<- 

•usuna iitaye ubha iirunanta dina blind ublia u arasave 
nakarante makarante parayo^ ca tavargayoh ntanade sat 
tulyarupa sarahitatrapi samsayah i etc. 

It ends (f. 86 b): — kaniyan i tvasta i avagra paficadasa | 
satyam uciili i rupakam i ahali i avenat i ranan i akrnvan | 
sindhun i atisthan i sukarmmah i dharttali i nali i avagra 
caturdasa i iti trini i rbliur vibhvali i rbhub i agmata | 
uta I agriyah i vSjali i avagra dasa i iti dve i anavatah I 
srir naye i gnas patnibbih i daivena sindhubbih i ye i ra- 
jabhih n 

79. 

WmsH No. 79. 

Size: ll-sXl^ in-. (1) + 31 + 131 + (1) leaves, 8 or 9 lines on 
a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated 1829. The MS. may be about 
50 years older. 

Character: Grantha, except fi'. 1— 67b (Parilsara-Smrti I — IV) wbich 
are in Malayalam. 

(1) 

The SaiilMrdcCiryacarlta, a Life of Sankara, in 9 Adbya- 
yas.'^ This seems to be another recension of the work 
described under the same title by Burnell, Tanjore p. 96 seq. 

It begins : — ganesaya namas tasmai yatprasadavivasvata | 
pratyiihaddhvantaviddhvamsali kriyate bhaktakarmmanam I 
madly arasanaramge natanesu samutsukah i esa sarasvati 
bhiiyat satam anandadayini i samasritapadambhojajanata- 
surapadapah i etc. 

It ends: — srimac-Chamkaradesikasya caritam stotram pra- 
bodhapradan nirddagdhakhilapapa(ca)ndanavipinam sani- 
ksiptam etan narah i ye srunvanti pathanti cadarayutas 
sahcintayanty anvaham te labdhva bhuvi sampadah ca 
sakalam ante labhantemrtara ii iti Samkarilcaryyacarite 
desikacaryyasayujyapraptir nnama navamoddhyayah ii harih 
cm II acaryyavilasas samaptah ii cm i 



I The author is Govindanatha, accordino^ to Prof. Aufrecht. 



-^, 107 r^ 

(2) 

The Pardiarasmrti with the Commentary of Mddhavd- 
cCirya, in 12 Adhyayas. 

It begins: — Maniih i srutim pasyanti munayah smaranti 
ca tatha smrtiru i tasmat pramanara ubhayam pramitani 
bhuvi I yovamanyeta te tubhe heyasastrasrayo narah i sa 
saJhubhir bahiskaryyo nastiko vedanindaka iti i Parasara- 
smrtav asya (read asyaiu?) granthaklp.tir vivicyate i dve kande 
dvadasaddhyaye sloka astonasatsatam i etc. (See edition of 
the Parasarasmrti in the Bibliotheca Indica, I, p. 12 seq.) 

F. 40: — vedrdvsaravicrirena sCidras caiKlalatam vrajet I 
iti 1 madyani bahuvidhani . . . agamya bhaginyadayah I 
spastam anyat i iti mahrirajadhirajaparamesvaravaidikama- 
rgapravarttakasrivira - Bukkanabhupalasammrajyadhuran- 
dharasya Madhavamatyasya krte Parasarasmrtivyakhyaya 
Madhavlyavyakhyayas sanigrahe prathamoddhyayah ii sivaya 
namah li 

Adhyaya II ends I 49, A. Ill f. 58b, A. IV f. 67b, 
A. V f. 70, A. VI f. 78b, A. VII f. 84b, A. VIII f. 93b, 
A. IX f. 99 b, A. X f. 108, A. XI f. 119b. 

Adhyaya XII ends (f. 131): — yathaddhyayanakarmmani 
dharmmasastram idan tatha i adhyetavyain prayatnena niya- 
tam svargagamina ii iti srimaharajadhirajaparamesvara- 
vaidikamargapravarttakasrlvira-Bukkana-Madhavamatyasya 
krtau Parasarasmrtivyakhyayam Madhaviyakhyayam dva- 
dasoddhyayah i karaki-tam aparadham ksantum arhantu 
santah i; srimahatripurasundaryyai namo namah li harih orn il 

80. 
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Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated 'Telliclierry 1829.' The MS. 
may be about 50 years older. 
Character: Grantha. 

The HarihhaJdisudlwilai/a from the Ndradlya-Piirdna, 
with a Commentary, in 20 Adhyayas. 



•^ 108 H$- 

It begins: — suklambaradharam visniim ^asivarnan catur- 
bhujam i prasannavadanan dhyayet sarvavighnopasantaye ii 
gurave sarvalokanam bhisaje bliavaroginam i nidhaye sar- 
vavidyanam sridaksinamurttaye namali i yasya bhavanaya 
daityas tatara bhavasagaram i dustaran tad aham vande 
narasimham mahat param i sakalasancitan duritasamtati- 
samanadvarakaprriripsitaparisamaptiphalakaparadevatanu - 
ddhyanalaksanam mamgalam anutisthati i ekam yaj jana- 
yatiti II ekam yaj janayatiti i ekam yaj janayaty anekatanu- 
blirtsasyanny ajasram mitho bliinnakaragunani kaiscid api 
va noptan na siktan jalaili i kalenapi na jlryyate huta- 
bhuja no dahyate klidyate natbhis tat sakalasya bijam 
anisam bralimabbiyan dhimabi ii 

F. 10 b: — iti sriharibhaktisudhodaye savyakbyane pratha- 
moddbyayab ii 

F. 105b:— iti sribaribbaktisudhodaye mabapurane savya- 
kbyane ekadasoddhyayab ii 

It ends: — Saimakadin naimisiyan brahmasunus tirodadbe ii 
brabmasunur Nnaradab ii etan Naradlyapuranasravanaka- 
tbanayoli pbalam aba ya idam iti i ya idam srunuyan 
nityam baribbaktisudhodayam i katbayed va sa papaugbair 
mmukto moksaii ca gaccbati ii saktyaddbyatmake tat asakrt- 
sravanadinoktasadbanadvara moksas siddbyatiti sarva(m) 
samafijasam ii iti sriharibbaktisudbodaye mabapurane savya- 
kbyane vimsoddbyayali li srikrsnaya namab ii etc. 



81. 

Whish No. 81. 

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Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated '5tii January 1830 Tellicherry.' 
The MS. may be about 50 years older. 
Character: Grantha. 

(1) 
Tbe Vedantasdra , or Veddntasdraxn'alMrana , by Sadd- 
nmida (ff. 1—17). 



^^ 109 •<- 

It begins: — on namo nrsimhaya i akhandam saccidrman- 
dam avanmanasagocaram i atmanam akhiladharam asraye- 
bliTstasiddliaye i artthatopy advayanandfin ati[m]tadvaita- 
bhanatali i guriin araddhya Yedrintasrira(m) vaksye yathfi- 
mati I vedrmto namopanisat pramanan tadupakarini sari- 
rakasutrudini ca i etc. 

It ends (f. 17b): — vimuktas ca vimucyate ity evam adi 
sruteh ii iti paramahamsaparivrajakacaryya-Sadanandakrtau 
vedantasaraprakaranam samaptam ii ^rlgurucaranaravinda- 
bhyan namo namah ii 

(2) 

The Paiicadasl, or Pancadasapra'karana {CitracUpa etc.), 
by Vidydranija Ttrtha (ff. 18—110). 

See No. 58. 

It begins (f. 18): — yathfi citrapate drstam avasthanafi 
catustayam i paramatmani vijneyan tathavasthacatustayam | 
yatlia dliauto ghattitas ca lancliito rafijitah patah (i) cidan- 
taryyamisutratma virat catmil tathocyate i etc. 

F. 34: — iti ^riparamahamsaparivrajakacaryyasri-Yidya- 
ranyamunivaryyaviracitam citradipakhyam prakaranam 
sampiirnam ii srilaksmlnrsirphaya namah il 

F. 56 : — iti srimatparamahamsaparivrajakacaryya - sri- 
Yidyaranyatirtthamunivaryyena viracitam kutasthadipa- 
khyam prakaranam sampurnam ii 

The Dhyanadlpa ends f. 65, the Natakadlpa f. 66 b, the 
Tattvaviveka f. 70, the Pancabhutaviveka or Mahabhuta- 
viveka f. 76 b, the Pancakosaviveka f. 79 b, the Jivadvaita 
f. 85, the Mahavakyaviveka f. 85b, the Brahmananda (in 
five Adhyayas) f. 110. 

It ends:— tatvamos sarngatau satvaram dvaitaparoksya- 
varjitarn i viruddham i dasatyagat piirvabodho parisyate(?) ii 
harih om i srigurubhyo namah ii 

(3) 
The Pratyalhijndnasaliuntala, or AhhijmnasakiintaJa, by 
Kdliddsa, in 7 Acts. 

It begins: — yil srstis srastiir adya vahati i etc. 



-^i 110 ^ 

The Prakrit passages differ somewhat from our editions, 
and are followed by a Sanskrit version. The following are 
the two first speeches of the Natl: — ama iam hmi i aryya 
iyam asmi i and:— suvihidampaoadae araamsa na kim vi 
parihavairasidi i suvihitaprayogataya aryyasya na kimapi 
parihapayisyati i 

F. 13 b:— iti pratyabhijiiana^akuntale prathamomkah ii 
The Vidusaka's speech at the beginning of the 2^^"^ Act 
begins:— ha hadohmi i eamsa miaasilamsa ramno vayamsa- 
bhavena i ha hatosmi i etasya mrgayasilasya raj ho vayasya- 
bhavena i aam miao aam varaho i etc. 

The 2'^d ^ct ends f. 23b, the 3^^ Act f. 33b, the 4*^^ Act 
f. 47, the 5^^ Act f. 57, the 6*^ Act f. 75. 

It ends: — iti pratyabhijhanasaku(nta)le saptamomkah i 
harih oiu ii sriguru" . . . ii Srdiuntalam samaptam i 



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11 or 12 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Wliisli dated '5th January 1830 Tellicherry.' 
The MS. was either written for Mr. Whish in the Virodhin year 
(see below) corresponding to A. D. 1829,30, or perhaps in A. D. 1769/70. 

Scribe: Raghunatha, son of Ramakrsua. 

Character: Grantha. 

The Sdhityasarvasva , a Commentary on Kalidasa's 
Ahhijhdnasakuntala, by ^rlnivasacdrya, sou of Tlmmaya 
Arya, of the VaikJidnasa family. 

It begins:— laksmim vas sutaran tanotu madhukrlla- 
ksmimukhambhoruho bhaktabhistavarapradanauipunas Se- 
sadricudamanih i . . . Vaikhanasanvayapayodhimrga(ii)kamu- 
rtti srlkausiko vijayate khalu Timmayakhyah i tasya putrosti 
vidyanam svayamvarapatir mmahau i anvartthauama vikh- 
yata-Srinivasagunakarah i (yam) Srluivasam akhilagamasara- 
siudhukumbhotbhavam budhajauah pariklrttayanti i soham 
vicaryya bharatadimunipranitam sastrain kavindraracitani 



-^ 111 f^ 

ca natakrini i uyayam Plianindrapluinitin ca kapinjalan 
ca' Kanadatautram atha Jaiminina krtaii ca i tikanta 
(read tikam karoiui?) vidusam paritosanaya ^akuntalasya 
Phanisailapateh prasadat i vyfikliyane kalpite kificit nutauaii 
natra kutracit i purvasuribhir uktesu saiTin uddhrtyacamate 
(read °badliyate?) i etam sajjanaranjanaksamagunopeta- 
magliam tikrim yatnavata maya viracitam, etc. 

F.30:— itisrlramana-Vemkatesacaranambujasamaradhaka- 
Timmayixryyaputrena sakalakalapakusalenayaikliana(sa)ku- 
lavatamsena iSrinivasacar}'}'ena viracite praudhavedye sahitya- 
sarvasvasamakhyane Sakuntalavyakhyane prathamomkali ii 

It ends : — iti sriramana- Verakatesacaraiiambujasamara- 
dliaka-Timmayriryyaputrena sakakikalakalapakusaleua Vai- 
khanasakulavatamsena Srinivasacaryyena viracite praudha- 
vedye sahityasarvasvasamakhyane Sakuntalavyakhyane 
saptamomkah ii srigurubhyo uamah n . . . anandavallisameta- 
srlcandramaulesvarasvamisahaya ii . . . sakuntalavyakhyanam 
samriptam ii 

virodhisamjnam samprapte hayane margasirsake l masi 
hy aslesasamjnayan tarakayam krter(?)dine i tithau pah- 
camasamjfmyain Eamakrsnasya sununa Eaghunatbena vi- 
dusa likbitani bhadram astu vah il harih om etc. 



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a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: An entry by Mr. Wbisli is dated 'August 1830 Telliclierry'. 
The MS. seems to be fairly old, ITtii or 18tii century. 

Character: Grantba. 

Injiirics: The MS. lias been damaged by insects on ff. 17 — 32 
(f. 24 seriously), 34-37 (seriously), 43-45, 79-80, 102-106 (f. 103 
seriously), 112—115, 150 — 154 (seriously), and 168—169. 

The Satacldmju, by Yemkatamltha, in 6G chapters. 
Mr. Whish describes it as the 'Xata-Duzini; or refutation 

I For ca kapinjalan ca read Kapilasya tantram? 



-^ 112 f^ 

of the Uttara Mimamsa'. According to Aufrecht CC. p. 630 
(see Mitra-Bikaner p. 519; Hall p. 112) it is 'directed 
against the Samkhya doctrine'. See also Hultzsch II, 
p. 145 sqq. (No. 1532). 

It begins: — sriman Verakatanatharyyali kavitarkkika- 
kesari i vedantacaryyavaryyo me sannidhattam sada hrdi i 
samaharas samnam pratipadam rcan dhama yajusa(in) layah 
pratyuhanam laharivitatir bodhajaladlieh i kathadarppaksu- 
bhyatkalikathakakolahalabhavam hara tvan tad dhvantam 
hayavadanahelahalahalah i idam prathamasambhavatkuma- 
tijalakularakasa mrsamatavisanalajvalitajivajivatavah i ksa- 
ranty amrtam aksayam yatipurandarasyoktayas cirantana- 
sarasvaticikurabandhasairandhrikah i pracTm iipetya padavim 
yatirajadrstam yat kificid anyad api va matam asrayantah I 
prajfia yathoditam idam sukavat pathantah pracchanna- 
bauddhavijaye parito yataddhvam i padahavesu nirbhettum 
vedamargavidusakan i prayujyatam sarasreni nisita ^atadti- 
sani I tatra tavac chastrarambhe i etc. 

F. 3: — iti kavitarkikasimhasya sarvatantrasvatantrasya 
srimad-Yemkatanathasya vedantacaryyasya krtisu ^atadu- 
sanyam brahmasabdavrttyanui)apatti?adah prathamah ii 

F. 38 b: — iti satadusanyam nirvisesavisayanirvikalpaka- 
bhamgavada ekadasah ii 

F. 64b: — iti satadusanyam samvidanutpattidusanavada 
ekavimsali ii 

F. 95: — iti . . . atmadvaitabhavas sattrimsah li 

F. 128: — iti . . . vikalpapramanyabhamgostacatvarira- 
sah II 

It ends: — na casti samvada iti darsitam iti ii iti kavi- 
tarkkikasimhasya sarvatantrasvatantrasya srimad-Vemkata- 
nathasya vedantacfiryyasya krtisu satadusanyam advaitimate 
sutrasvarasya bhamgas satsastitamah ii harih cm srimate 
vedantagurave namali ^rikavitarkkikasimhamahagurave 
nam ah ii 

Then follow three pages, containing some fragment of 
a Vedantic treatise, beginning: — jhananandagunopetam 
jnananandamayam mahah i etc. 



^ ii;] ^ 

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Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated 'Cadroor 1827'. The MS. may 
be about 50 years older. 
Character: Grantha. 

The MaMhM7-at(( , Parvaii v: The Utlyoga Farvan, 
Adhyayas 1 — 94. 

It begins: — Vyasam Vasisthanaptaram Sakteh pautraiu 
akalmasam iParasaratmajam vande Sukatatan taponidhiiii i 
Janamejayah i vrtte vivahe hrstatma yad uvacaYudhisthirah i 
tat sarvaiii kathayasveha krtavanto yad uttaram i Vai- 
^ampayanah i ki- ***** (bhmk) kurupraviras tathabhiraanyor 
mmuditas sapaksrih i visramya catvar}7 usasi pratltas 
sabhain viratasya tatobhijagmuh i etc. 

F. 133b: — ity udyogaparvani trinavatitamodhyayah ii 
Vaisam i tam bhuktavautam, etc. (v, 92 in Bombay edition). 

It breaks off with the words: — sarvadha hi mahabaho 
daivair api durutsahah i prabha (v, 92, 28 Bombay). 



85. 

Whish No. 84 B. 

Size: 18s x Is in-, (2) + 208 + (2) leaves, 9 or 10 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated 'Tellicherry August 1830'. The 
MS. is of the same date as No. 8-1. 
Character: Grantha. 

The Mahabhdrata, Parvan v: The Udyoga-Parvan, 
Adhyayas 41 — 198 (the end of the Parvan). 

It begins: — Dhrtarastrah i anuktam yadi te kihcit vfica 
vidura vidyate i dharmmam ^usrusate bridii vicitrani 
vibhasase i etc. 

F. 77: — iti sri-udyogaparvani caturimavatitamoddhyayah ii 
Vaisam i vidurasya vaca srutva prasritam purusottamah i iti 



-^ 114 H$- 

hovaca bbagavan vacanam madhusudanah i siikrsnali i yatha 
bruyan mabaprajiio, etc. (v, 93 Bombay). 

It ends: — vadayanti sma sambrstas sabasrasataso narah ii 
ity udyoge mababbarate satasabasrikayara sambitayam 
udyogaparvani paiidavayuddbasannabo namastanavatisata- 
tamoddbyayab ii matrkadosato vatba likbitur ddosatotba- 
va I nyimatiriktako grantbas samsoddbyas satbbir anjasa ii 
barih om, etc. 

86. 

Whish Xo. 85. 

Size: 12|xl-s- in., (1) + 81 + 16 + (2) leaves, 8 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr, Whish dated 'Tellicherry 1830", The MS, may 
be about 50 years older. 

Character: Grantha. 

(1) 

Tbe ChandogamantrahrdhniancibMsya, a Commentary on 
tbe Mantra-Brdhmana or Mantra-Parvan of tbe Sdmaveda, 
by Sdyana, in 2 cbapters, Tbis is MS. 'C, used by Dr. 
Heinricb Stouner for bis edition of tbe I^.Iantrabrabmana 
(Inaugural-Dissertation znr Erlangung der Doctorwiirde), 
Halle a. S. 1901. 

It begins:— pranipatya gurim adyan vedavedarttbako- 
vidan i yatprasadena jananti pravaktum madrsa api i sada 
samatvavaisamyanirabadbatvabetubbib i ccba(read ccba)- 
ndogyamantrabbasyam vai Gunavisnor vidbasyate i abam 
l^adyavisalarttbapramavakyoptiYisvatab^ I tatbapy asraya- 
saundaryya(j) janomusmin prapasyatu i aditenumanyasvety 
adi 1 yajustrayam parisecane viniyuktam adityadidevatakam 
aditir devatS sapi sarvatra karmmany anujnrman dasyati i etc. 

F. -lib : — vedarttbasya prakasena tamo haddi vakarab su- 
stbiram anugrnbatu {sic) vidyatirttbamabesvarab i srlmadrS,- 
jarajaparamesvaravaidikamargapravarttaka - srivira-Bukka- 
bbupalasa(mra)jyadhurandbarena Sayanaryyaviracite Mfi- 
dbaviye vedarttbfyjaprakase samabrabmanabb5sye mantra- 
parvani pratbamoddbyayab ii yasya nisvasita veda, etc. 

I Stonner reads: yady api sastrarthapramavakyoktiviplavah. 



~> 115 f^ 

It ends : — vedartthasya prakasena tamo bfirdan nivara- 
yan i piijyamas caturo vedan vidyatlrtthamunLsvaram ii iti 
srimatrajadbirajaparamesvaravaidikamrirgapravarttakasrivi- 
ra-Bukkabliupalasammrajyadliurandharena S5,yanacriryyena 
viracite Madliavlye vedartthaprakase ccliandogamantra- 
braliraanabliasye mantraparvani dvitiyapatbake saptamah 
kbandab II srigurucarana° etc. 

(2) 

Tbe Mantraparran, or MantrapdtJia , or Mantra -Brd- 
hmana of tbe Sdmaveda, in 2 Patalas, containing the 
Mantras prescribed by tbe Gohhila-Orliyasidra. See Dr. 
Stonner's Dissertation, p. xi. 

It begins: — deva savitah jira suva yajnam pra suva 
yajnapatim bhagaya divyo gandharvab ketapub ketan nab 
punatu vacaspatir vacan na svadatu, etc. 

It ends: — pra nu vocan cikituse janaya {sic) ma gam ana- 
gam adbitani (read aditim?) vadbista om utsrjata ii man- 
tra[m]parvani dvitiyab patba(b) samiXptam ii barib i man- 
trapatba samaptam ii 

87. 

Whish No. 86. 

Size: 13f Xl? in.. (2) + 69 [really 68, as f. 68 is missing] leaves, 
9 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Probably end of 18 ti^ century. 

Character: Grantha. 

Tbe 2Iahdhhdrata. Fragment of the Drona-Parvan (VII), 
Adhyayas 1 — 34. 

It begins: — om Sanjayah i tam apratimasatvaujobalavir- 
yyaparakramam i batan devavratam srutva pahcalena 
^ikhandina i etc. 

F. 67: — iti dronaparvani dvatrirnsoddbyayah ii dvitlyopa- 
haras samaptah ii 

It breaks off in the middle of Adhyaya 34 with tbe 
words: — sisunaikena samare dvisatsainyani vai maya i adya 



-^ 116 f^ 

draksyanti rajanah kalyamanani sampa^ah i Yudhisthirah i 
evan te bhasamanasya balam saubhadra varddhatam i yas 
tvam utsahase bhettum dronanikam su. See YII, 35, 
26—29. 

88. 

WmsH No. 87. 

Size: ISxSj in., (1) + 129 +(2) leaves, on an average 14 lines 
on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entries by Mr. Whisli dated '1829' and 'June S^d i831 
Tellicherry.' The MS. was i^robably written A. D. 1792. See Xo. 103. 

Character: Grantha, very small. 

The ^ivarahasya-Khcmda, from the Sankarasamhita of 
the Skamla -Parana. Vol. I, containing _the Samhhava- 
Kanda in 50 Adhyayas (ff. 1 — 53), the Asura-Kanda in 
15 Adhyayas (£f. 53 — 74), the Viramahendra - Kanda in 
7 Adhyayas (ff. 74— 84b), and the Yuddha-Kdnda in 
35 Adhyayas (ft'. 85— 129 b). 

For Vol. II, see No. 103 (Whish No. 102). 

It begins:— omkaranilayan devam gajavaktrah catur- 
bhujam picandilam aham vaude sarvavighnopasantaye i . . . 
pura kancyaii catu(r)vaktrah tatapa paraman tapah I srastu- 
kamah prajas sarvah krpaya paramesituh i tasmin mahe- 
sacaranaparicaryyaparayane i munayah katicit punye sthitva 
garhasthya uttame i etc. 

F. lb:— om ity adimahapurane snskande samkarasam- 
hitayam sivarahasyakhande sambhavakande sutamunisam- 
vado nama prathamoddhyayah il 

F. 53: — om ity adimahapurane sriskande samkarasam- 
hitayam sivarahasyakhande sambhavakande pahcasoddhya- 
yah II sivaya namah ii harih om sambhavakandas samaptah ii 

F. 74: — om ity . . . sivarahasyakhande asurakande pahca- 
da^oddhyayah ii asurakandas samaptah ii 

F. 84b:— om ity . . . sivarahasyakhande viramahendraka- 
nde saptamoddhyayah ii srlsambaya parabrahmane namah ii 
on tat brahmarpanam i om subham astu viramahendraka- 
pdas samaptah ii 



-^- 117 f^ 

It ends (f. 129 b): — om ity udiinaluipuiTuie srDikande 
igamkarasaiphitayrini sivarahasyakbande yuddbakande sura- 
patmasambaro nama paucati-insoddbyriyab li . . . yuddbakfi- 
iidas samaptab ii yadrsam pustakau drstva i etc. 



89. 

Whish Ko. 88. 

Size: IItXU in., (2) + 84 + (lo) + 108 + (H) leaves, 9 lines on 
a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated 'Telliclierry 1830.' The MS. 
may be about 50 years older. 

Character: Grantha. 

(1) 

Tbe Pratdparudrayasobliumna (or Pratdparudra, or Pratd- 
parudrli/a), by Vidi/dndtha. It is incomplete, ending at 
tbe beginning of tbe cbapter on Artbrdamkaras. 

It begins: — vidyakairavakaumudlm srutisirassimantacu- 
damanin daran patmabbuvas trilokajananlm vande giran 
devatam i yatpadabjanamaskriyas sukrtinam srirasvata- 
prakriyabijanyasabbuvo bbavanti kavitanatyaikajivatavah i 

Y. 8: — iti sri-Vidyanfitbakrtau prataparudrayasobbiisane 
iilamkarasastre nayakaprakaranam samaptam ii 

j^. 84: — iti Yidyanatbakrtau virarudrayasobbusane sa- 
bdalamkaraprakaranam i! atbarttbalamkarab i 

It breaks off (f. 84b) witb tbe words: — upamanopame- 
yasadbriranadbarmmasadr^yapratipratipadakanam prayoge 
purna I See f. 74b in tbe litbograpbed edition of tbe Prata- 
parudriya (publisbed at Poona 1849, Sake 1771). 

(2) 

Tbe ^ivdrcanasiromaui, a manual of Saiva worsbip, by 
Bralimdnandandtlia, a pupil of Lolidnandandtlia, composed 
by order of Amrtdnandandtlia (complete?) in seven UUasas. 



~^i 118 H^ 

It begins:— santi sreyamsy anekani jananam yatprasa- 
datah i matamgavadanam vande devim tripurasundarimj 
yasya svatmavabodliodayavigatamahamoliagadliandliakaiTis 
sanmargan darsayantah khalu caranajusara santi cante 
vasantah i satyam brahmeti dehady akhilam id am asad 
veti santavadanta sri-Lokanandanatbam guriivaram anisam 
bhavaye sambamiirttim ii . . . Amrtanandanathasya niyogat 
tasya dbimatab i sri-Brahmanandanatboham bitayalpa- 
dbiyam api i sri-Lokanandanatbasya sisyavargapurogamab i 
tantrany alokya sarvani kulariiavamukhani ca i arabbe vi- 
staram karttum sivarccanasiromanim i santas santas saml- 
ksyaitat santu santustamanasah i sadbako rajanituryyayame 
vibuddbva cavasyakam krtva bastau padau ca praksalya- 
camya i svasane samupavisya pujamurtter nnirmmalyara 
visarjjya praksalya i etc. 

F. 15: — iti sri-Lokanandanatbasisyena Brabmananda- 
nathena viracite sivarccanasiromanau pratbamollasab ii 

Tbe 2°d Ullasa ends f. 30b, tbe 3'^ Ullasa f. 45, tbe 
4*^ U. f. 60, tbe 5*^ U. f. 82, tbe 0'^ U. f. 98b. 

It ends (or breaks off witb?): — eby ebi varuni devi mama 
siddbim kuru priye i apavitram parityajya sadbake siddbim 
arpaya i sarvapatramaye devi sudbarilpe namostu te i 



90. 
Whish No. 89. 

Size: 13f Xl"5^ in., 97 leaves, from 8 to 10 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated 'Tellicherry 1830.' The MS. 
may be about 50 years older. 
Character: Grantha. 

Tbe Adhikaranaratnamdld, by Bhdratillrtlia, incomplete. 
Printed under the title Yydsddhikaranamdld at tbe end of 
vol. II of P. Eama Narayana Vidyaratna's edition of tbe 
Yedanta-Sutras (Bibliotbeca Indica, 1863). 

It begins: — pranamya paramatmanam vidyatlrttbasvaru- 
pinara | Vayyasiki (read Vaiyasiki) nyayamala slokais saiii- 
grbyate spbutam | praripsitasya grantbasyavigbne(na) pa- 



->* 110 H^ 

risamaptaye i pracayagamanaya ^istacaraparipalanaya ca[ra] 
visii?testadevatatatvain gurumurttyupadhipiktamanaskrtya 
(read °am iiamaskrtya) grantham pratijanite pranamyeti 
Vyiisena prokta Vaiyyasiki i etc. 

F. 3b: — tatra sastrasya prathamara siitram ii athato 
brahmajijnasa ii pratliamadhikaranara riracaya(ti), etc. 

F. 12: — prathamasyaddliyayasya pratliamah padah i va- 
sudevaya namah ii sarvatra siddhopade^at ii 

Ff. 28b, 29: — iti srimatparamaliamsapanvrajakacri(r)yya- 
Bharatitirtthapranitayaiu adhikaranaratnamalayam pratha- 
maddhyayasya caturttbapadali ii 

It breaks off after tbe 7"' Adhikarana in Adbyaya lY, 
Pada 2 witb tbe following words: — saptama + ti i jfiasya 
vagadaya svasvabetau linab i paretbava agnim vag ity 
adi^astrat svasvalietusii tallaya(li) i nadyabdbilayasamyokter 
vidvaddrstya layali pare i anyadrstiparam sastram gnim vag 
ity udabi'tam tatvajnani no vagadayah prana viliyamanab 
pratisvikesu karanesu viliyante na tu mabatmani yatrasya 
purusasya mrtasyiXsti vag apy eti vatain pranas caksur 
adityam ity adi sruter iti prapte brumab i tatvavido drstya 
paramatmany eva paya. (See edition p. 72.) 



91. 

WmsH No. 90. 

Size: llTXlrr in., (2) + 70 + 58 + (2) leaves, 9 or 10 lines on 
a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated 'Tellicherry 1830'. The MS. may 
be about 50 years older. 

Character: Grantha. 

(1) 

Tbe Gylii/rqmrisista, a compendium of domestic rites. 
It is incomplete, and tbe name of tbe aiitbor is not 
mentioned. 

Amongst tbe autborities quoted are Satyayani (ff. 6, 65), 
Ranayana Muni (f. 24b), Salibotra Muni (f. 51b), Rauruki 
(f. 66b), and «aunaka (ff. 66 b, 70). 



-^ 120 :«- 

The following are some of the ceremonies described in 
this work: 

saucavidhi (f. 1), mrttikasnanavidhi (f. 2), sandhyopa- 
sanavi'' (f. 3 b), brahmayajhavi° (f. 4b), jiratisarabandhavi" 
(f. 6 b), ankurarpanavi° (f. 7 b), punyahavi° (f. 8 b), udaka- 
santivi° (f. 9), rudrasamhitayah kalpa (f 13), mahabhise- 
kavi° (f. 13), satabhisekavi° (f. 14), parjanyasuktavi° (f. 15), 
arkavivahavi° (f. 15 b), agnivivaha (f. 17 b), grhasantivi" 
(f. 18), ankurasya vidhi (f. 22 b), apamrtyuhjaya (f. 25b), 
ayurhomasya laksana (f. 27b), grharcanavi° (f. 32), agha- 
marsanasukta (f. 36 b), garbhinivi° (f. 40), vrsotsarjanavi° 
(f. 41), ekoddistavi° (f. 42), nandimukhasraddha (f. 44), 
pindapitryajhavi" (f. 45b), krcchravi" (f. 56b), candrayana 
(f. 58 b), sarpasanti (f. 68). 

It begins:^ — athatas saucavidhim vyakhyasyamo gramad 
diirataram gatva yajhopavitam sirasi daksinakarne va 
ki'tva mrttika grnhati kastham antarddiiaya iipaviiied, etc. 

F. 6: — athatas Satyayaniproktani grhyagniprayascittani 
vyakhyasyamo, etc. 

The l"t Prapathaka (in 25 Khandas) ends f. 17 b. 

F. 51b: — iti grhyapari(siste) dvitlyaprapathake ekona- 
vimsah khandah ii athatas sampravaksyami karmma prsta- 
(read vrsti?)pradayakam i Salihotrena nmnina prokta(m) 
lokahitaya ca i 

F. 61 (II, 40 begins): — athatas sampravaksyami vivaham 
pipalasya tu i margasirse maghamase vaisakhe krttikepi 
va I vivaha(m) karayed evam pipilasya mahaphalam i vrksa- 
civayam praticyan tu mandapam krirayec chubham i etc. 

F. 65b: — iti grhyaparisiste karikayam Satyayaniprokta- 
sarvaristasanti ii 

F. 66 b: — iti grhyaparisiste karikayam Raurukina viracita- 
vidhuragnisandhanam ii 

F. 70:- — iti Saunakoktasarppasantis samapta ii sarpasanti- 
homamantrah i etc. 

It breaks ofi" (f. 70b) with the w^ords: — kayantararjjitan 
do§am kalarupi vyapohatu svaha i suryyayedam ii om ii 



~>- 121 i^r- 

(2) 

The Sdraraliasijacciturvarnakramavihhdga, a treatise on 
civil law, extracted from Vaidyandtha D'lksita's work 
{Smrtlmulddphala?). 

It begins: — gurubhyo namah i abliisekadigunayuktasya 
Di'pasya prajapalanan dbarmmah i tac ca dustanigrabam 
antarena na sambbavati i dustaparijfianafi ca na vyavaba- 
rena vineti vyavabaradarsanam abarabab karttavyafni) ity 
uktam (i) vyavabaran nrpab [,] pasyet sabbyaib j)arivrto- 
iivabam iti i sa ca vyavabarab kidr.sab i etc. 

F. 10 b: — iti vyavabaramiXtraprakaranara I 

It ends: — atmasamipaiu netavyab mocaniya ity arttbah | 
evafi caturvarnakrama vicaryyab ii iti Vaidyanatbadiksiti- 
yoddbrtasararabasyacaturvarnakramavibbagas samaptah ii 
sngurubbyo uamab i: :subbam astu ii 



92. 

Whish Xo. 91. 

Size: ISixls in., (2) + 172 + 50 + (3) + 2 + (1) leaves, 12 lines 
on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: An entry by Mr. "Whish is dated 1831. In the colophon, 
containing the date, 'Svabhanu' seems to be meant for 'Subhanu'. 
The Subhanu year immediately preceding 1831 is A. D. 1823/24, but 
tlie MS. was probably written in A. D. 1763/64. 

Scribe: Yeinkus.l, a lady of Sekharijiattaua (?j 

Character: Grantha. 

(1) 
Tbe Blidffacllpikd, a Commentary on Jaimini's 2Ii))tdmsd- 
iJarsana, by Khandadevamiira , a pupil of Visvesvara, 
Adbyayas I— VI, and XI— XII. Our MS. begins witb 
tbe first Sutra of Jaimini, wbile tbe MSS. described by 
Hall p. 179; Aufrecbt- Oxford p. 353; Burnell, Tanjore 
p. 83 b; Ind. Off. IV, pp. 704 seq.q.; and Mitra, Notices, 
vob VII, p. 271 (Xo. 2521) begin witb tbe second Pada 
of tbe first Adhyaya. 



-^ 122 f<- 

It begins: — om Yisvesvaram gurun natva Khandadevas 
satam mude i tanute tatprasadena saniksiptarn bhatta- 
dipikam ii ilia khalii nikliilapumartthan artthasadhanaii 
dharmmadharmmau saragopamgavedaddliyayanaikasama- 
dhigamyau tac ca vicaram antarena na bhavyayalam iti 
tatpradarssanaya paramakaruniko bhagavan Jaiminir aca- 
ryyas sakalavidyopakaridharmmamimri(m)srim athato dhar- 
mmajijnasety arabhya vidyate vanyakalatvad yatha yajya 
satnpraisa ityantais sfltrair baiica(read "h paucri?)dliika- 
ranagarbhitam sodasalaksanim abhyarhitam vidyara prakati- 
cakara l adhikaranaii tu vedavat sadamgam i yad ahuli vi- 
sayo visayas caiva piirvapaksas tathottarara i saragatis ceti 
pancamgam prancodhikaranam viduli iti prayojanaii ceti 
**** (blank) samgatiprasamgadibliedat bahuvidha itatredam 
adyam adhikaranam athato dliarmmajijnasa i (I, 1, 1.) 

F. 18b: — iti sri-Khandadevaviracitayam bhattadlpikayam 
pratliamasyaddhyayasya caturtthah padali ii addhyayas ca 
sarapurnali ii 

The 2""^ Adhyiiya ends f. 38, the 3^^ Adhyaya f. 98, 
the 4*1^ A. f. 120, the 5*^^ A. f. 138 b, the 6"' A. f. 172. 

Then begins the ll'^^ Adhyiiya (with a new foliation). 

The 12*'^ Adhyaya begins f. 27 b. 

It ends (f. 50) with the explanation of the Sutras XII, 
4, 41 sqq.: — prabhutvat ii prasamgat brahmanasyaiva- 
rtvijyam uta trayanam api varnanam iti cintayam . . . 
brahmanasyaivartvijyam iti siddham i tad evan nirupitau 
dvadasabhir addhyayair ddharmmadharmmau il iti ^rl- 
Khandadevamisraviracitayam bhattadlpikayam dvadasa- 
syaddhyayasya caturtthah padah ii addhyayas ca samaptah ii 
harih om ii 

The scribe's colophon: — ambhomuksamaye svabhanu- 
saradi vi'kse kumTiryyahvaye (dutthe masi kanya, written 
underneath the last three w^ords) citrabhe prathama tithav 
anasite pakse dine dyomaneh i bhattaprakpadadlpikam 
samalikhac chri-Vemkusa stri sudhi srlmacchekharipatta- 
nottamasiroratnriyamano cirat ii om ii 



-^: 123 r^ 



(2) 



F, 50b contains the following eight stanzas, called 
BrahmdmibJiavdstaka: — ritmavadhujanakaraksasunyo hy at- 
matanubhavakamksasunyah i atmaniketanakamksasunyas 
tusyati tusyati tusyaty eva i parani eva paran naparam 
evam prabalanubhavadyotitabuddhih i upasamsriram sain- 
prati hitva hrsyati hrsyati lirsyaty eva i prakrtipumaikye 
drsyam sarvara sphiirati caracaravupara vis vara i iti medhavi 
jivannmktim gacchati gaccliati gacchaty eva i tatvani asi 
srutilaksyam vastu jhatva soham soham itiva i vagvrtter 
yyo laksyam kurvan divyati divyati divyaty eva i satyam 
jfianam suddham anantara brahmaivaham tad ahan tv 
eva I iti samskrtabuddhi's sarvara pasyati pasyati pasyaty 
eva 1 atmanatmavicare saddhye sadhanahlno mudho jantuh i 
iha sarasare paiTivare muhyati muhyati muhyaty eva i kiiii 
va jfianam kim ivajnanam bhedo yasya na yato jantoh i 
prajnanasrutivisayatvam syat iti vai manye manye manye i 
sarasaravivekl dehi dehajfianain bhitvan(u)haya i bralima- 
jhane yatate yady api duhkhan nastan nastan nastam ii iti 
brahmanubhavastakam samaptara ii om ii 

(3) 
Two leaves at the end of the volume contain Paradigms 
of Conjugation, beginning: — sapi i bhii sattayam i edha 
vrddhau i dupacas pake i pacati pacata ity adi i liti I 
jDecitha i papaktha i etc., and ending: — luiii aciicurat acu- 
curata i luti corayitety adi i pala raksane arcca pujgyara 
purvavat ii luiii arccicat arccicata i 



n. 

Whish No. 92. 

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a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 



I (rlloko divyati divyati) inserted, but crossed out. 



^ 124 H$- 

Date: Entry Ly Mr. Whish dated 1831. The MS. may be about 
50 years older. 

Character: Grantba. 

The Bhdsyarainaiorahhd , a Commentary on ^ankara's 
Bhasya on BadardyamCs Veddnta-Sdtras, by Govinddnanda, 
a pupil of Gopdla Sarasvatl. The name of Govindananda 
is given in the colophons at the end of I, 1; II, 2; 3; 4; 
IV, 4, while in the colophon at the end of the first 
Adhyaya Rdmdnanda, the pupil of Govindananda, is men- 
tioned as the author of the work. In the Berlin MS. 
(described by Weber-Berlin I, p. 177) Padas 3 & 4 are 
marked by 'Ramanandi' in the margin. According to Hall 
p. 89 (see also p. 202) the real author of the work is 
Ramananda Sarasvati, who dedicated his work to his Guru 
Govindananda. But it seems, we have to distinguish 
between the original Bhusyaratnaprabha by Govindananda 
(as printed in the edition of the Yedanta- Sutras, Bibl. 
Ind.), and a Tippana or brief notes on it, by Ramananda. 
(See Ind. Off* lY, p. 724.) Our MS. might be described 
as containing 'Ramananda's adnotated edition of Govinda- 
nanda's Bhasyaratnaprabha'. See also Aufrecht CO. p. 386, 
and above No. 78 (1). 

It begins: — om sivaya parabrahmane namali i avighnam 
astu I srigurucaranaravindabhyan namah i yam iha karu- 
nikam saranam gatopy arisahodara apa mahat padam i tarn 
aham asu liarim varam asraye janakajamkam anantasukha- 
krtim i Vibhlsanorisahodaropity anvayah i srigauryya nikhila- 
rtthadan(read °dan) nijapadambhojena muktipradam prau- 
dham vighnavanam harantam anagham sridumdhitundasina i 
vande, etc. . . . srimat-Gopalagirbhih prakatitaparamadvaita- 
bhasasmitasya-srimat-Govindavanlcaranakamalago nirvrto- 
ham yathalih i moksaijuryyam srikaucyam srikamaksi- 
dattam payasam devair api stutam prajyam sampurnam 
prakrstajyayuktani va yat bhojyam annam tenatipiijya i 
sri-Sivaramayoginah kihca sivas casau rfimas ceti svanamna 
srigaurinayakayoh abhedam prakatayanti tebhyo gurubhyo 
labdhatmabodho yaih srimat-Gopalasarasvatibhih fair ity 
artthah i sri-Saijikaram bhasyakrtam in-anamya Yyasam 



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harim siitrakrtaii ca kurve i sribhasj'atlrtthe parahara?a- 
tustyai vakjalri(read "jala)bandhaccliidam abliyupfiyam i atra 
bhasye, etc. . . . aham brahma nirbliayam ii om il ilia khalu 
svaddliyayocldliyeta(vya) iti, etc. Sec edition of the Veda- 
ntasutras, Bibl. Ind., p. 1 sq. 

F. 54:— sriraatparamahamsapariviTijakacriryyasri-Govindri- 
nandabhagavatkrtau sririiakaraimamsakavyakhyayam bba- 
syaratnaprabhayara pratbamaddhyayasya piathamah padah ii 

I, 2 ends f. 64b, I, 3 f. 85b. 

F. 100: — iti srlparamahamsaparivrajakacaryyasii - Go- 
vindanandabhagavacchisya - Hamanandakrtau sarirakaml- 
mamsavyakhyayain bhasyaratnaprabhribhidbayara pratba- 
masyaddbyayasya caturtthapadab :i addhyayas ca samaptab ii 

II, 1 ends f. 118b, II, 2 f. 146b, II, "^3 f. 166b, II, 4 
f. 173b, III, 1 f. 179, Iir, 2 f. 189b, III, 3 f. 220, III, 4 
f. 231, lY, 1 f. 237, IV, 2 f. 241, IV, 3 f. 245 b. 

It ends (f. 248 b): — atoktadososakyasya ^ esa by eveti sa- 
sanat ii iti srlparamabarasapavivrajakacriryya.sii - Govinda- 
nandabbagavatkrtau bbasyaratnaprabbayam caturttbasya- 
ddbyayasya caturttbab padah i addhyayas ca samaptab ii 
era sivSya parabrabmane namah i 

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The Dvaklhasutra, a portion oi Bodln'ti/ancCs Srautasfiti-a, 
in 4 Prasnas. MS. No. 1571 in Mitra, Notices IV, p. 146 
contains Prasnas 3, 4 and 5. But Eurnell, Tanjore p. 20a 
only gives 4 Prasnas, like our MS. Cf. Mitra, Notices X, 
p. 266 (No. 4159). 

It begins: — katbani u kbalupavasatba iti vijanlyat san- 
dbya svid evopapadyatho *** *** *** (blank) lusandher 

I Ed.: ato'tra doso'saiikhyah syad. 



^i 12G H^ 

upapadanan nanu klialu sandliyasupapadaya iva sarvesan 
tv eva sandbyasu ha smaba Bodhayano yatraitad u pava- 
tostam ita aditye purastat candram alohiti, etc. 

F. 22: — dhenum vanadvaham va dadyad itiBo + nonyad 
vai kathana iti Sallkih n 33 ii iti dvaidhe prathamah pra- 
6nah II srImad-Yajfiesvaraya namali ii liarih om ii caturmma- 
syani vyakliyasyamas, etc. 

F. 37 b:— pratijulmyad iti Bo + no na pratijubiiyad iti 
Sabkib II 27 II iti dvaidbe dvitiyab prasnah ii . . . atbatogni- 
kalpam vyakbyasyamab, etc. 

F. 49 b: — kuryj^ad iti Bo + no na kuryyad iti Sabkib ii 21 n 
dvaidbe trtiyab prasnas samaptab ii . . . atbata istikalpam 
vyakbyasyama sva basma + neb, etc. 

It ends (f. 62b): — nityani ca dadyad iti Bodbayana 
etany eveti Salikir ety anye ceti Sallkih ii 18 i dvaidbe 
caturttbab prasnah ii samapto dvaidhab ii sri-Kanvaya Bo- 
dbayanaca(rya)ya namah ii siibbam astu ii 

2—3. 

Two fragments of the Mahdgnisarvasva, a Commentary 
on the Agnikalpasatra, Dvaidliasutra, and Karmdntasutra 
of BodhdyancCs 6raidas€dra, (by Vdsudeva Dik.^ita). I could 
not find the author's name in the MS., but see Burnell I.O. 
p. 27 sq., Hultzscb II, p. 74 (No 695). The Oxford MS. 
Sansk. d. 13 contains a comjilete cojjy of the work in 
19 Adhyayas. 

It begins: — Bodbayanam pranamyagneb kalpasutram 
yatbamati i dvaidhakarmmantasiitrabbyam saba vyakbya- 
syatetaram i agner anarabhyadbltatvad adhltanan ca pra- 
krtagamitvadiksadisu sambandban darsapurnamasayos ca 
diksadyabbavat jyotistomamgataddhyavadbiyate diksadi- 
bbir jyotistomamgam prasiddhan tatsambandbognau bha- 
vati, etc. 

F. 19 b: — iti mabagnisarvasve pratbamoddbyayah ii 
F. 28: — ^iti mabagnisarvasve dvitlyoddbyayab ii om li 
F. 35b: — ^atbestakanain karanani vaksyamab, etc. 
F. 40: — atha gSrbapatyaciter i§takah ii 



-S>< 127 i^ 

It breaks off (f. 54) with the following words: — ildyentye 
ca diksadivasesu visnukramavfitsaprasamuccayah maddhya- 
divasesu vyatyasena iti Salikiraatam i sagnicitye kratau 
samvatsaran tisrah sat dvadasa va diksa iti diksakalpa- 
vyavasthitah ekacara didiksakalpas tatra na bhavanti 
tasmat. 

Then the second fragment (with a new foliation) begins 
(f. 1): — cita srayaddhvan taya deva tayamgi + sidateti i 
agniksetrasya bahih parita ucchritas sarkarah . . . anuvyii- 
liati II vyrikhyatam grirhapatyacitau ii mahagnisarvasve sa- 
ptamoddhyayah li 

F. 12: — iti mahagnisarvasve navamoddhyayah il 
F. 42: — iti mahagnisarvasve caturdas[y]oddhyayah ii 
F. 58 b: — iti mahagnisarvasve sodasoddhyayah ii 
It breaks otf (f. 67b) with the words:— sruvahutyo karana 
iti kuryyad iti Bodhayano na kuryyad iti Salikih atha 
sruci caturgrhitam grhitvajyasya piirnam sruvau juhoti 
sapta te agna iti ajyasya piirnam iti punarvacanam catu- 
rtthe sruve yatha sruk piirna bhavati tatha prabhiitam 
anayatity eva. 



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a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entries by Mr. Wbisli dated 1831. The MS. may be 100 
or even 150 years older. 

Character: Grantba. 

(1) 

The Faribhdsdrthasamgraha, a Commentary on the Pari- 
Ihasas to Panini's Grammatical Sutras, by Vaidyamltha 
gastrin, the son of B((t)iagiri D'lMta (ff. 1—55). See 
Hultzsch IL p. 122 (No. 1254, see also No. 1058). The 
arrangement of the Paribhasas is somewhat similar to 
that in Siradeva's Paribhasavrtti. See The Paribha- 
sendusekhara ed. by F. Kielhorn, Part II, pp. 529—537 



^i 128 K~ 

In Hultzscb I, p. 26 (No. 311) Siradeva is given as the 
author of a Paribhasarthasamgralia. 

It begins: — vijeyyanas sada sambhiir jjaragaccbat girijam 
muda I sancancuranab pasima tantantad vaggatim mama i 
mtirttir yyasya hi Paninih padamahabhasyapraban(d)dba 
tatha vakyanara krd api svadharma'' vitanute vag yasya 
dasyam sada i sisya yasya virodhivadimakutikuttakavag- 
dbatikas tasmai matula-Hamabhadramakhine bhtiyo namo 
me bbavet il pranamya paraman devam bbavanlpatim avya- 
yam i kriyate Vaidyanatbeua paribbasarttbasamgrabab ii 
vyakbyanato visesapratipattir nna hi sandehad alaksanam^ II 
vyakbyanatab vyakbyanad dbetupancamyantad adyaditvat 
tasih, etc. 

Ff. 6b, 7: — iti srlmad-Ratnagiridlksitaputrasya Vaidyana- 
tbasastrinah krtisu paribbasarttbasamgrabe pratbamasya- 
ddbyayasya pratbamab pildah ii ekayoganirddistanam saba 
va pravrttis saba va nivrttib^ ii 

Adbyaya I (in 4 Padas) ends f. 14; A. II (in 4 Padas) 
f. 17b; A. Ill (in 4 Padas) f. 22; A. IV (4) f. 25b; A. V 
f. 26b; A. VI f. 34b; A. A^II (4) f. 47b; A. VIII f. 49b. 

Last Sutra (f. 55): — purvan dbatus sadbanena jmjyate 
pascad upasargena^ ii 

It ends (f. 55 b): — iti ubbayatha bhasye vyavabaro drsyate 
iti II 125 II iti srimad-Ratnagiridiksitaputra-Vaidyanatbasa- 
strinab krtisu paribbasarttbasaingrabe nyayamulaparibbasa 
samapta ii barih om Ii srimatgurubhyo namah ii 

(2) 

The Candrikd, a Commentary on the Parihhdsdrthasam- 
gralia, by Svcujamp'akdsdnanda, a pupil of Advaitdnaiida 
Sarasvatl. See Ind. Oil. II, p. 180 sq. (Nos. 674, 675); 
Mitia-Bikaner, p. 269 (No. 573). 

It begins (f. 56): — natva gurupadadvandvam samsara- 
jaladbiplavam i vyakaromi yathabuddbi paiibbasai'ttbasam- 
grabaip i grantbadau sista mamgalam acaranti, etc. 

1 For svadharma, the metre retjuires only two syllalsles (yj-). 

2 See Paribhasendusekliara, P. 1. 

3 See raribhasendusekliara, P. 17. 

4 See Paribhasendusekliara, ed. Kielhorn, II, p. 537. 



->^ 129 f^ 

F. 94b: — iti paribhasarttliasamgralie vyakhyane pratlia- 
masyaddliyayasya tritiyah paclah ii saki-t gatau vipratisedhe 
yat badhitam tat badhitara eva ii 

F. 95, Sutra: — kalut tu mum khalavtthesu vasarupa- 
vidhir nnasti ii 

F. 9Gb, Sutra: — sampratikabbaVe bbutapurvagatih ii 

F. 99 : — paribhasarttbasamgrahavyakbyane tritlyasya- 
ddbyayasya pratbamab padali ii laksaiiapratipadoktayob etc. 

F. 113: — iti sriparamahamsaparivrajakacaryyasarvata- 
ntrasvatantrasrimad-Advaitananda-Sarasvati-caranaravinda- 
bbrmgayamanasya srimat-Svayampraka.saiiandasya krtau 
paribbrisarttbasamgrabavyakbya(ya.)fi candrikayam catu- 
rttbasyaddbyayasya caturtthab padab il samaptas caddhyri- 
yab II grabanavata priitipadikena tadantavidbis tasti ii 

Adbyaya VI ends f. 136; A. VIII ends f. 172. 

Last Sutra (f. 186): — purvan dbatus sadbane yujyate 
pascad upasargena ii 

It ends (f. 187): — ubbayatbeti tatba ca bbasyakaravaca- 
napramanyat sarvestasiddbir iti bbavah ii iti srlparamabani- 
saparivrajakacaryyasarvatantrasvatantrasrimad-Advaitana- 
nda-Sarasvatl-caranaravindabbrmgayamanasya Svayampra- 
kasanandasya krtih paribbasarttbasamgrabavyakbya can- 
drika sampiirna ii barib om ii 

A later band has written on f. 187b: — iti mimamsa- 
sastre piirvamimamsa sarnpurna ii 



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on a page. 

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Date: Entries by Mr. Whish dated 1831. The MS. may be about 
50 years older. 

Character: Grantha. 

(1) 

Tbe Candrajmndgamasamgralia (Tantra) in 15 Pa- 
talas. 

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It begins: — srisivah i athatas sampravaksyami tripura- 
ndasya laksanara i yad uktam purvam astiti saktam andam 
liiranmayam i asti balarkakotyabhan tripurandam hiran- 
mayam i rathakaram mahad divyam samanante tu sam- 
sthitam i etc. 

F. 1 marg. : — prathamapatalam i sadamnayalaksanam i 

Ff. 10b, 11: — iti candrajnanagamasamgrahe purandala- 
ksane sadamnayalaksanan nama prathamah patalah ii 

Patala II (tripurandalaksane pithalaksanam) ends f. 20 b; 
P. Ill (sripurandalaksane srlcakralaksanam) f. 41b; P. IV 
(tripurandalaksane sr icakrantaraladevatapratipadanam) f.45 ; 
P. V f. 49 b; P. VI (srlvidyasandhyanusthanam) f. 50b; 
P. VII (srividya[n]nyasa) f. 52 b; P. VIII (srividyajapa- 
kalpab) f. 55b; P. IX (pujadesakalanirupanam) f. 57; P. X 
(cakraradhanaphalam) f. 63; P. XI f. 67; P. XII f. 69; 
P. XIII (saktasamayadiksavidhanam) f. 75; P. XIV (dl- 
ksavidhih) f. 79. 

It ends (f. 83 b): — vidyamantrarabasyajfiasambbogan mu- 
ktim apnuyat ii iti candrajnanagamasaragralie rahasye 
mantrartthapratipadanan nama pancadasab patalali ii barib i 
om II sriparambayai namah ii sripurnanandanatbante ii barib 
om II yadrsam pustakan drstva, etc. 

(2) 

Tbe Kaidddarsatantra, by Visvdnaudandtha. See Auf- 
recbt CO. s. vv. kauladar^ana, kaulacara, and kauladarsa. 

It begins: — natva srigurupadukan ca vatukam vaniii ca 
vigbnesvarani kame^an tripuram param bbagavatim devlin 
sukasyamalam i vaksye kaulikadburttadambhikasatbadinam 
kulajnani namacarasya ca laksanani vilasat satkaulikanam 
kramat ii kaulagamatantrarttban samgrbya srikularnava- 
rttbams ca i kauladarsam kurute Visvanando bitSya kaula- 
vidani ii 

It ends: — srimad-Visvanandanatbapranitam kaulacara- 
sesadbarmaprakasam i kauladarsain kaulasastranusaram 
kaulacaryyas samyag alokayantam ii iti sri-Visvanandana- 
tbaviracitakauladarsatantrara sanipurnara ii srimabatripura- 
sundaryyai namab ii subbam astu i 



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The PrapaHcasamsdrasamgraha, an abstract oi tankard's 
PraiKiHcasdra. Incomplete. The author of the abstract 
is Oirvdnendra Sarasvatl, pupil of Visvcsvara Sarasvati, 
who was a pupil of Amarendra Sarasvati, see Burn ell, 
Tanjore, p. 207b; Stein-Jammu, p. 232. 

It begins: — om agajananapatmarkam gajananam ahar- 
nnisam i anekadantam bhaktanam ekadantam upasmahe i 
on natva sri-Samkaracaryyam Amarendrayatisvaram i kurve 
prapahcasarasya sarasamgraham uttamam i tatra prapanca- 
sare yad yac Chamkaracaiyyair uktam mantrayantrapra- 
yogadi tat sarvam api sarataram eva tathapidanim manda- 
prajfirivata vistaraso jhatum anusthanaii (read °atuh) ca- 
sakyatvad atyantopakarakatvena yat sarabhiitan tad alpa- 
granthenaiva yatha [i] sarvamantrayantratantrasaragraha- 
nam syat tatha [i] sarvatas saram grhitva maya satsamprada- 
yasarvasvabhidhavyakhyanoktamargena vaksyate (i) tatra 
punah prasaragat tatra tati'a mantrakalpantare mantrasa- 
rakramadipikaSanatkumari[r]yyasaradatilakamantradevata- 
prakasikadau yad yan man tray antrady uktam i tad api kificit 
kiucid vaksyate i tatra prapahcasare [i] prathaman tavat 
ksirabdhau, etc. 

It breaks off with the following words: — evan dhyatva 
nyaset i om hrim am narayanah jyotir aham parajyotisi 
juhomi liamssoham svaha namah hrim a 3 m. 

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The Dciksinamurtisamliitd , in 43 Patalas (ff. 1 — 111), 
described as a 'Kaulasastra' by Mr. Whish. 

It begins: — dvitiyena caturttliena sasthenarkena sundari i 
indrena candrakalayavidyam sambhedya ca svaraih i sadam- 
gani nuyajen mantrl hrc chiras ca sikha(m) tatha i kavacan 
netram astran ca namah svaha kramena ca i vasat vausad 
astraii ca phad ebhis saha vinyaset i etc. 

F. 2: — iti sridaksinamiirttisamliitayani ekaksaralaksml- 
pujavidhili patalah prathamah ii 

It ends (f. 111b): — tasya samvatsarl puja srividyadhisthita 
bhavet ll iti sridaksinamurttisamhitayain niadana(read da- 
mana?)ropananaimittikavidhanan nama tricatvarimsatpata- 
lah 11 iti daksinamurttisamhita samptirna ll subham astu ll 



(2) 

The Kumdrasamhitd , in 10 Adhyayas (£f. 112 — 133), 
described as a 'Kaulasastra' by Mr. Whish. 

It begins (f. 112): — srigurubhyo namah i gurumiirttir 
ambikam srikrsnam srlsambadaksinamurttim vande vina- 
yakam kam vanini sundaramurttim dharanim ^rlsamasta- 
yudhasampiirnarn satbhujah cadayanvitam i adhastad vanita- 
karam adyam vande gajananam i rahjitadrivare ramye 
munivrndanisevite i kalpadrumaih parivrte sikhare hema- 
bliusite I ratnastambhasahasrais tu sobhite ratnamandape i 
ratnasimhasanariidhan devya saha mahesvaram i drastum 
samagato brahnia pranipatya krpanidhim i baddh[v]anjali- 
puto bhutva tustava paramesvaram i brahma i namas 
sivaya devaya, etc. 

F. 113b: — iti srikumarasamhitayam sadasivabrahmasam- 
vade vidyaganesamantroddharan nama prathamoddhyayah i 

F. 129: — iti srividyaganapatikalpe rahasyagame samgra- 
mavijayo nama astamoddhyayah ii 

It ends (f. 133): — kim atra bahunoktena sarvan kaman 
avapnuyat ll iti srikumarasamhitayam rahasyatirahasyan 
nama dasamoddhyayah ll srigurubhyo namah ll etc. 



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Date: 18 tb or 19 tb cent.? 
Character: Grantba. 

(1) 

A Commentary on a Manual of ^rauta Bites, viz. New 
and Full Moon Sacrifices (darsapuriiamasau), Laying of 
the Fire (adhana), and Animal Sacrifice (pasubandha), 
according to the school of Apastamha (ff. 1 — 100). 

It begins: — athato darsapfirnaraasau vyakhyasyamah i 
pratar agnihotram hutva darbhesv asino darbhau dha- 
rayamanah patnya saha praiian ayamya sanikalpam karoti i 
darssena yaksye i animirvapyaindravaimrdhena saha pii- 
rnamasena yaksye i tena paramesvaram prinayani i dar- 
bhan nirasyapa upasprsya i vidyud asi + paimi i dvih i 
apa upasprsya i yaksyamanopa upasprsati tad idani sarva- 
yajuesupasparsanam bhavati i etc. 

F. 17b: — prathamah prasnas samaptah ii ^rikrsnaya 
namah ii dev[y]asya tva + madade i sphyam adaya i indrasya 
bahur asi daksinas, etc. 

F. 35b: — dvitiyaprasnas samaptah ii idiim eke piirvam 
samananti prasitram eke prasitrapatra upastiryya, etc. 

F. 49b: — trtiyah prasnas samaptah il . . . atha yajamano 
daksine vedyante daksinena pada caturo visnukraman 
pracah kramaty uttaram uttarah jyayamsam i etc. 

F. 56 b: — atha naksatrani i etc. 

F. 71: — harih oni ii subham astu li (71b:) adhanam trivi- 
dhara somapurvam homapiirvam istipilrvah ceti i etc. 

F. 76b: — harih om ii pasubandhaprayoga ucyate i pra- 
vrtpaurnamasyam amavasyayam va pratar agnihotram 
hutva, etc. 

It ends (f. 100) : — sarasvati i idam havih i sarasvan idam 
havih 1 agnabhagi (read agnir?) idam havih i deva ajyapa 
ity adi sarvam samanarn ii harih om etc. 



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(2) 

Text of the Manual of Srauta rites, on which the pre- 
ceding work is the commentary (ff. 1 — 28). 

It begins: — athato dars^apurnamasau vyakhyasyamah i 
pratar agnihotrara hutva i darbhesv a + patnya saha pra- 
nan ayamya i darsena yaksye i anunirvap(y)aindravaimr- 
dhena saha paurnamasena yaksye i vapanara i vidyud asi 
+ paimi i dvih apa upasprsya i asyam istySm addhvaryyun 
tvam vrnimahe i etc. 

F. 17 b: — caturtthah prasnas samaptah il adhanaprayoga 
ucyate i uktanaksatresu brahmanadayognin adadhiran i etc, 

F. 23b: — pasubandhaprayoga ucyate I pravrtpaurnama- 
syam amavasyayam va, (pra)tar agnihotram hutva, etc. 

F. 28: — ayan te yonir iti punar agnim samaropyagnyaga- 
ram prapya mathitvayatane nidhaya i upavarohya I dhrstya- 
danadi samanain ii harih om il subham astu ii 

(3) 

A Manual of Srauta rites, viz. the Agnistoma, according 
to the school of Apastamba. 

F. 28b begins: — pratar agnihotrara hutva pranan ayamya 
samkalpam karoti i tripiirsasomapithavicchedajirayascitta- 
rttham aindragnam pasun daurbrahmanyanirharanarttham. 
a^vinara pasuh cagnistomiyasyopalabhyau kurvan somena 
yaksye i jyotistomenagnistomena rathantarasamnaikavimsati- 
daksinena tena paramesvaram prinayani i vid}aid asi + mi 
dvih 1 etc. 

F. 48 b: — patnisamyajantognlsomiyas santisthate 11 harih 
om II ye deva manojata iti vratayati i agniddhre havirddhane 
va yajamanan jagarayanti, etc. 

It ends (f. 68): — vacaspataye brahmana idam i tarn 
agnim parityajya i sayam agnihotrara fju)homi i dhrstya 
danadi marjjani (?) nantani krde pratarhomas santisthate- 
gnistomah ii harih om ii etc. 

(4) 

A Commentary on the preceding work. 

It begins: — om kratusanikalpukale i hotil i ko yajuah I 



-^- 135 r<- 

rtvijah i ka daksineti prativacanaiu bruyat ) mahan me 
voco bhargo roc voco yaso me voca stomam me vocah klptim 
me voco bhaktim me vocas sarvam me voca iti' japitva i sa 
vrto japet i agnis te hota, etc. 

F. 28b: — ity agneyakratu(h) samaptab ii athosasyab i etc. 

It ends (f. 65 b): — vacaspatinetyadi i ilanta santistbate | 
ayas cetyadi sarastbajapas santistbategnistomoguistomab^ il 
barib i om ll srlgunibbyo namab ii 



100. 

Whish No. 99. 

Size: 184- Xl-^- in., 37 + 12 + 13 + 29 leaves, from 6 to 9 (in the 
last part from 10 to 13) lines on a i^age. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: The Siddhfirthin year in which the MS. was written (see 
below) may correspond to A. D. 1679—80 or A. D. 1739/40. 

Scribe: Sesfidri Siiri. See No. 34. 

Character: Grantha. 

(1) 

Tbe TayJcajmrihham, by Kesavamisra (ff. 1 — 30). See 
Ind. Oft". IV, p. 605 sq. 

It begins: — balopi yo nyayanaye pravesam alpena 
vancbaty alasasrutena i samksipya yuktyanvitatarkkabbasa 
prakasyate tasya krte mayaisa i pramrinai)rameyasam.saya- 
prayojanadrstantasiddbantfivayavatarkkanirnayavadajalpa- 
vitandahetvabliasaccbabxjatinigrabastbananan tatvajnanau 
nisreyasadbigaraa iti nyayasyadimam sutram i asyarttbah i 
pramanadisodasapadarttbanan tatvajnanau moksapraptir 
bbavatiti i etc. 

It ends (f. 30): — etavataiva balavyutpattisiddbeh i iti 
Kesavamisrena viracita tarkkaparibbasa samfipta ll yadrsam 
grantbani alokya, etc. . . . siddbarttbyakbye tu varsesmin 
bbaskare sirribasaiiistbite i bkbitam paribbasakbyam gran- 
tbam Sesadrisiirina n 

1 Cf. Ap. Sraut. X, 1, 4. 

2 Cf. Ap. Sraut. XIII, 25, 10. 



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(2) 

Fragment of tlie Tarkdblidsdpra'kdsika, a Commentary on 
Kesavamisra's Ta7-JaqxirMdsd,hjCi7inaml)hafta. (fit". 30b — 37). 
See Aufrecht-Oxford, nr. 606. Burnell, Tanjore p. 112b. 

It begins (f. 30 b): — om sakrn natvapi yam loko lab hate 
santisampadah i sa nab payad apayebhyah yogananda- 
nrkesarl i cikirsitasya granthasya nispratyubaparipuranaya 
sistacaraparipraptam visistestadevata[na]pranamam manasi 
nidhaya cikirsitam pratijanite balopiti i etc. 

It breaks off (f. 37) with the words: — laksye tv apy 
avarttanam asambhavali i yatha gor ekasapbatvam i kratv- 
antarvarttadhi (?). 

(3) 

The Kdrakavdda, by Jayardma Bhatta Acdrya 
(ff. 1— 12). 

It begins: — natva visnoh padambhojah Jayaramas 
samasatah i karoti karakavyfikhyiim iha samkhyavatam 
muda I atra karanakani karttrkarmmakaranasampradana- 
padanadhikaranani sat tatvah ca na tat kriyanimittatvam 
caitrasya tandulam pacatityadau, etc. 

It ends (f. 12): — tatra saptamiti tat sutrarttha ity 
adosah il iti sri-Jayaramabhattacaryyaviracita-karakavadas 
samaptah ii namas te sarade devi kasmirapuravasini i tvam 
aham prartthayisyami vidyadanan tu dehi me ii harih om ll 

(4) 

The Vddaratndvall (by JRdma &dstrin), a fragment only 
(ff. 1—13). See Aufrecht CC. p. 562. 

It begins: — kavitarkkikasimhaya kalyanagunasaline sri- 
mate Vemkate^aya vedantagurave namah avighnam astu i 
bhasyam yadabharanabhasitam eva jatam yatsutanisva- 
sitam eva bhavanti vedah i yadvajivahavaca eva 2)urana- 
jalam tarn srigirisam anisam saranam bhajami ii vagdevatan 
namaskrtya vadibalavinodinim i vadaratnavalim kurmmas 
tarkkabhrisanusO-rinlm i nanu grauthadau mamgalam ava- 
syam acaraniyyam i etc. 



•^4 137 -^ 

It breaks off (f. 13) with the words:— atas tatkahlvrtti- 
bhavatvam piTigabhavatvam iti purvoktadoi?abhavad iti 
sarvam sustham iti kriranatavadah ii naiiu yumi mi^srana- 
mi^ranayo. 

(5) 

A fragment of a work on Xyaya, possibly belonging to 
the YddaratncwaU (S. 1 — 29). 

It begins: — pratyaksaniriipananantaram upajivyopajlva- 
kabhavasamgatya anumanam nirupayitum pratijanite atheti 
athasabda anantaryyavacanali pratyaksanirupanasyfirttliad 
avadhitvam avagamyata iti ata eva siddhatvam api niru- 
pyata iti varttamanrirtthakalasaprayogena canumananirupa- 
nasya saddhyatvalabhah evan ca siddhasiiddhyasamabhi- 
vyahare siddham saddhyayopayujyata iti nyayena malinan 
te vapu snaya ity atrevatrapi pratyaksanumananirupanayoh 
upajlvyopajivakabhrivalilbhah, etc. 

It breaks off (f. 29) with the words: — niscitasaddhyavad- 
vrttatvat asadharanyapattih istatvat asadharanasatprati- 
paksayor anityatadosatvavadinani pracam uiatenaital la- 
ksanad iti. 

101. 

WmsH No. 100. 

Size: IGjXH in-, (1) + 70 (numbered as leaves 45—114) + 1 (odd 
leaf between ft'. 81 and 82) + (1) leaves, from 6 to 8 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 17 th or 18th cent.? 

Character: Grantha (one leaf between ff. 81 and 82 in Malayalan). 
Injuries: The first two leaves are slightly damaged. 

Fragment of a work (probably some Commentary) on 
Nyaya philosophy. 

It begins (f. 45): — yat kimcit saddhyanisthadheyatvani 
rupakadhikaranatvam va adye kevalanvayiti kevaliinvayisa- 
ddhyaka ity artthah avyape **** (broken) yatisaddhyanistheti 
dvitiyenane(ne)ti vahniman dhiimad ity adau adye dosan- 
taram aha kvacid iti visistasattavan jater ity adau satta- 



-^ 138 Hg- 

nisthadheyatvauirupakatvasya samanyadau satvena tatra 
jatyadbikaranatvabhavasya satvad iti bliavah i etc. 

F. 51: — iti pancalaksanarahasyam ii paribhasikam evety 
evakarena yoganadaras siicitali, etc. 

F. 72: — pragalbbiyalaksanam aba saddbyeti gunanya- 
tvavisistasattavan j Titer ity atra, etc. 

F, 76: — misralaksanam eva pariskrtya darsayati keci(t) tv 
iti sajatyam sadrsyam, etc. 

F. 85: — sarvabbaumalaksane samudayapadadane taddo- 
sanam alagnakatety asayena, etc. 

F. 102: — tipu^ I sattavan dravyatviid vabniman dbumad 
ity adau tadrsakiitadbikaraTiajagadvrttitYasya, etc. 

F. 106: — tipii^ I atra jaladiriipadravyam na svasabdar- 
ttba I etc. 

r. 111b: — tipu- I tatra samavayena gunasamanyabbava- 
syotpattikalavaccbedena, etc. 

F. 112: — kecit tu vyapya vrttitvam kincid avaccbinna- 
vrttikabbinnatvam etc. 

It ends (f. 114): — nanu pratiyogitavaccbedakavisistajna- 
nam nabbavapratyakjsamatre betub idan tv adina abbava- 
pratyakse vyabbicarat na tilvad abbavapratyaksavisese 
manabbavad ata aba visesanatavaccbedakavisisteti visesye 
visesanam iti nyayena nabbavapratyaksam ananubbavat 
vivecitau cedani alokamanjaryyam asmabbib ii srigurubbyo 
namab ii 

102. 

Whish No. 101. 

Size: Ufxll in., (2)4-19 + 147 leaves, 8 or 9 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: IStii or 19th cent.? 

Ch ara cter : Grantha . 

(1) 

Tbe Qcmtanwja Dharmasdslra in 3 Adbyayas or 29 smaller 
subdivisions (called 'Adbyayas' in tbe Commentary, and in 
Stenzler's edition). 

I May be tipu. 



-^ 139 K- 

It begins: — vedo dharmmamula(m) tadvidafi ca snij-ti- 
^ile, etc. 

In I, 44 this MS. supports the reading srehu adopted 
by Stenzler from his Telugii MS. See 'The Institutes of 
Gautama', ed. by A. F. Stenzler, p. iv. 

The ^i^rsi Adhyaya ends after the 9**^ chapter ('Adhyaya' 
9 in Stenzler's ed.), f. 7: — acaram prathamoddhyayah ii 

The second Adhyaya ends after the 19*^ chapter 
('Adhyaya' 19 in Stenzler's ed.), f. 13: — vyavaharan dvi[ti]- 
tiyoddhyayah ii 

Then follows the 20*^ chapter which is not found in 
Stenzler's edition. 

It begins: — atha catussastisu yatanasthanesu duhkhany 
anubhuya tatremani laksanani bhavanti, etc. 

The chapter ends: — visuddhail laksanair jjayante dhar- 
mmasya dharanad iti dharmmasya dharanad iti ii 20 ii 

Chapters 21 — 29 correspond to Adhyayas 20 — 28 in 
Stenzler's edition. 

It ends: — iti dharramo dharmmah il 29 ii prayascittam 
trtlyoddhyayah ii karakrtam aparadham ksantum arhanti 
santah (read sadhavah?) ii kotikannyapradanaii ca kotigoda- 
nam eva ca i apuryyrima(read °yyamana?)sahasranan tatsa- 
mali pratarahutih ii kotigodavarisnanam makararke sita- 
site I tat phalam samavapnoti sayamhomavalokanat i dSntam 
ksantam jitakrodham jitendriyam akalmasam i tam agrya- 
brahmanam anye sesat (read manye sesah) sudra iti smrtah ii 
yac caitanyam anasyiita (read anusyutam?) jagratsvapnasu- 
suptisu 1 tad eva tvam idana [njtatvam ito nasty adhikam 
param ii sriguru^ . . . namo namah il 

(2) 

The Mitalisara, a Commentary on the Gautamiya 
Dharmasdstra, by Haradattamisra. It is incomplete. The 
first Adhyaya (of the smaller subdivisions) is wanting, and 
at the end one leaf seems to be lost, containing the end 
of the Commentary. 

It begins: — pragupancanayanat^ kamacaravadapaksah 

I Head prag upanayanat. 



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Spatkalasyopanayanasya grahanam i a sodasat brahmana- 
syetyadi brahmacariti limgat na hi nityakalat prak striga- 
manasya prasamgosti, etc. 

The second chapter ends (f. 9): — Haradattamisravira- 
cita(yam)mitaksarakhyayamGautamadharmmasastratlkayan 
dvitiyoddhyayah ii 

The I"' Adhyaya (acaram) ends f. 39. 

End of the II^<^ and beginning of the III'<^ Adhyaya 
(f. 1021)): — iti Haradattamisraviracitayam mitaksarakhya- 
yam Gautamiyatikayam ekonavimsoddhyayah ii atha ca- 
tussastisu yatanasthanesu du(h)khany anubhuya tatremani 
Laksanani bhavantiti karmmavipakaddhyayasya vyakhyanan 
durllabham i etc. 

It breaks off with the last but one Sutra (28, 51 
Stenzler): — yatoyam aprabhavo bhiitanam himsanugraha- 
yogesu 1 prabhavaty asmad iti prabhavah karanam I 
(tathaha). 



103. 

Whish No. 102. 

Size: 15x2-g- in., (1) + 160 (numbered 130 to 289 in continuation 
of No. 88 = Whish No. 87) + (2) leaves, about 13 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: The MS. was written in theParidhavin year, corresj^onding 
to 967 of the KoUam era, or A. D. 1792. 

Scribe: Subrahmanya. 

Character: Grantha. 

The Sivarahasydkhanda from the SahkarasaniJiitd of the 
Bkanda-Piirdna, continued from MS. Whish Xo. 87 (No. 88), 
and containing the Devakdnda (ff. 130 — 141), Daksakdnda 
(ff. 142—181), and the Upcidesakdnda (ff. 182—289). 

It begins: — matamahamahasailam mahas tad apitama- 
ham I karanah jagatam vande kanthad uparivaranam i 
srigurubhyo namah i srisarasvatyai namah i sivaya on 
namah ii atha viksya guho devah jayantapramukhan iha i 
bandhitan anayety aha virabahum tadasuraih i sa tatheti 
vinirgatya guhajham sirasa yahan i etc. 



-^ 141 H$- 

The Devakanda (in 7 Adhyayas) ends f. 141b: — om ity 
adimahapurane snskande samkarasamhitayam sivarahasya- 
khande devakiinde saptamoddhyayali ii om sivaya namah ii 
devakandas samaptah ii yadrsam pustakan drstva, etc. . . 
srlsomaskandaparamesvaiTiya namah ii . . . Subrahmanyasya 
svahastalikhitam ii 

The Daksakanda begins (f. 142): — harividhimukhyavan- 
dyam sarvakarttaiam isam padanatadiuitaghnara sasvatain 
vaktratundam i abhayavaradahastam sambhuputrara gane- 
sani hrdayakamalamaddhye santatah cintayami ii rsayali ii 
daksaddhvaras tvaya proktah (read °ah) pura suta tapo- 
dhana i jayantayendraputraya samasena brhaspatih i etc. 

This Kanda ends (f. 181b): — om ity adimahapurane 
sriskande samkarasamhitayam sivarahasyakhande daksa- 
kande catvririmsoddhyfiyah ii sriminaksisundaresvarribhyan 
namah ii harih om | daksakandas samaptah ii . . . Siibrah- 
manyasvahastalikhitam ii sridaksinlimurttaye namah ii 

The Upadesakanda begins (f. 182): — om visvesvaram 
visvavandyam vimakijhanabodhakam i upadesakandam mii- 
ktyarttham umaputran namamy aham | subrahmanyam 
suresanam dhuryyakotisamaprabharn I sukumaram aham 
vande sada sarvamgasuudarara | etc. 

It ends (f. 289 b): — om iti srimatskande mahapuranc 
sarpkarasanihitayam sivarahasyakhande upadesakande pah- 
casititamoddhyayah ii om sivaya namah ii samaptam idam 
upadesakandam i harih om ii . . . Subrahmanyan svahastena 
likhitam . . . sarakarasamhitasaptakandam parisamaptam 
9 100 60 7 srlmesamasam i parltapmamasamvatsaram 
caitramasam parisamaptam ii om . . . subham astu ii 

On the same leaf written by Mr. Whish: 
"100 

967 

825 
This copy written in 1792 AD April/May 

Here ends tlie 7"' & Last Kandam of the Sankara 
Samhita." 



-^ 142 .^ 

104. 

WmsH No. 103. 

Size: 12|x2 in., (1) -f 10 + 80 + (2) leaves, 10 or 11 lines on a 
Malayalam page, 8 or 9 lines on a Grantha page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated 1831. The MS. may be about 
50 years older. 

Character: The first two works (10 leaves) in Malayalam, the rest 
in Grantha. 

(1) 

The SanJcliyasai^tati, or SdukhyaMriJ^d, by I^varah'sna 
(ff. 1—3). 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye namali avighnam astu i 
duhkhatrayabliighataj jijnasa tadajjagliatake hetau drste 
saparttha cen naikantatyantatobhavat i drstavad asravikas 
sa hy avisuddhiksayatisayayuktah, etc. 

It ends (f. 3 b): — saptatyam khalu yertthas tertthah 
krtsnasya sastitantrasya akliyayikavirahitah paravadavivar- 
jjitas capi ii tatha ca rajavarttikam ii iDradhanastitvam 
ekatvam arttliamatvam athanyata i parartthyan catmano 
naikyam viyogo yogavivacasesavrttir akarttrtvam laukikar- 
tthas tatha dasa viparyayah pahcavidhas tathokta nava 
tustayah karananam asaniartthyad astavimsatidha vadhah i 
iti sastih padartthanam astabhis saha siddhibhih ii ' namah 
Kapilaya ll . . . sub ham astu ii ii 

(2) 

The Bhdsydrthasamgraha, by Bralimdnanda Yati, the 
pupil of Visvesvardnanda (ff. 4 — 10). 

It begins (f. 4): — harih sriganapataye namah avighnam 
astu I ghatarupena yo bhati patarupena ca prabhuh sarva- 
[bhajvasakam vande tarn ahan devakisutam srlmatbhasyamr- 
tambhodher arttharatnam samuddhare hnum (?) Lamkurv 
ahcane (?) naryah kantham kaustubhavaddharih srutismrtiti- 
liasapuranani hi brahmani pramanam tesah ca trividha 
pravrttih kesaiicit parinamadrstyanusarini anyesam vivar- 
ttadrstyanusarini paresam apavadadrstyanusarini, etc. 

I "All this (tatha ca . . . siddhibhih) from the TattvakaunmudI 
of Vacaspatmisra, and faulty", Prof. Aufrecht. 



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• It ends (f. 10):— atrantahkaranopadher badhitatvan na 
gamanadisaraka iyam evaitat sutrasamdarljliapratipadya 
bhasyakaradyabhimata ca iti sri-Visvesvaranandagurupra- 
sadasriditasarvajnatvena Brahmanandayadina (sic) krtasrl- 
matbhasyrirttliasamgraha(h) samaptah ii srimatbhasyalivayo 
visnuli prasldatu sada mama yadiyarasam asvadya na ma- 
nonyapumartthadrk ii ii srigurubhyo namah ^rlsfivj'--^^--- 
vagrahebbyo namah sriramava nn^-^V etc. 

(3) 

A Commentary on the SdnJ:]ii/asaptati, by Vdcaspatimis7~a 
(ff. 1—45). 

It begins: — ajam etam lohitasuklakrsnain bahvih prajas 
srjamanan namaraah aja etafi jusamanam bhajante jaliaty 
enam bhiiktabhoga I asamastan I Kapilaya mahamunaye 
sisyaya tasya tasya casmaraye Pancasikhaya tathe^vara- 
krsnayaite namasySmah l iha khaki pratipitsitam arttham 
pratipadayan pratipHdayitavadheyavacano [bhavacano] bha- 

vati ipreksavatam apratipitsitan tii pratijiadayat nayam lau- 
kiko na parlksaKa ixi preKsa(vajT:unu- uniuuutavau upc^v.^jcra 
sa caisam pratipitsitortthah yo jatah purusartthaya kalpate 
ity adipsitasastravisayajnanasya paramapurusartthasadha- 
natvahetukan tadvisayajijnasam avatarayati dulikhatraya- 
bhigbriLaj jijnasa tadapaghatake hetau evam hi sastravi- 
sayo na jijhasyeta yadi dubkban ntimn, j^aati na syat, etc. 
'f. 45:— ity aryyamatir yyasya soyam aryyamaUK ofnc 
ca sastram sa sri-Vacaspatimisraviracita sarakhyasaptativya- 
khya sampurna ii harih om ii 

(4) 
The Sauliliycmvaranatativalmumndi, a Supercommentary 
on Vacaspfdimisra^s work (No. 3), by Bodhahhdndl, a pupil 
of Badlifiranya' (ff. 45—80). 

It begins:— yatprasadad ajan nityam atmanam asami- 
nam l vi>.juau tan gurim bhaktya namami karuiirikaran I 
^rimatsaipkl^^ 

X The author's name is generally given as Blidrat'iyati, pupil of 
Bodlmranija. (Prof. Aufreclit.) 



-$H 14:-i H$- 

prarlpsitasya granthasyapratibandhena parisamaptiprabala- 
pratyartthino vyuda(read vyulia)rttham sistacaraparipalanaya 
ca pradhanasya purn(so) bliogapavargarttha(m) pravrttila- 
ksanasastratatparyyakathanapurvakam pradhrmam purusams 

ca namasyaty ajam ekam ity adislokena na jayata ity aja 
syan mukprakrtili ta namama ity uttarenanvayali nanu 
iLjc. --.i.i>n,Ye pramanabhapanir visayatvan nomaskaras- 
yeti cet tatraha oaiiviv ^-.-aias sriainanad iti, etc. 

It ends:— saktitustisiddhakhya ity arabhya viparyy(ay)Jida- 
yah padarttha iti sa>^tih padartthab kathita ibety arttbab 
kva sri-Vacaspate(h) suktib kva ca mandasya me matih i 
kayitam etac ca yat tat (?)' ccboddbyam subuddbibbib ii iti 
sri-Badbaranyasripadasisyaparamabainsaparivrajakacaryya- 
sri-Bodbabbaratisripadakrta samkbyaYivaranatatvakaumudi 
samapta ii . . . subbam astu i 



105. 

WmsH No. 104 

^. .~i .-4 •-., y^-j I oo -T ^-i; icttvca, T ur lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Probably early 18tii century. 

Character: Grantha. 

Tbe VedmitasdstrasiddMntalesasamgraha^ in 4 Pariccbe- 
das, by Appayi/a Dlksita, son of Rangardja Diksita. On 
the oxitoiae cover tbe following titles are given: ^'Siddhdn- 
talesasamjraha, or Siddhdntahhedasanjgraha, or Siddhdn- 
tasdrasamgraha.^'' An edition of tbis work bas been published 
in vol. I, Part I of tbe Yizianagram Sanskrit Series 
(Benares 1890). See also Ind. Off. IV, p. 790 sq. 

It begins: — yadviksanam sakalabhuta(m) ca yasya srstir 
yyasya smitam sakalabbautikasrstir esa i yanmayaya vila- 
sitaii jagad indrajalam tasmai namo bbagavate paramesva- 
raya ii adbigatabbida purvacaryyan upetya sabasradba 
sarid iva mabidesan samprapya sauripadotgata i jayati 
bbagavatpadasrimanmukbambujanirgata jananabarini siiktir 
brabmadvayaikapariXyana i etc. 

I Mitra, Notices No, 2820 reads: kva capi sanmatam tattvam iti. 



->• 145 f<- 

It ends: — iti vedantasastrasiddhantale^asamgrahe catur- 
tthah paricchedah il vidvatguror vihi'tavisvajidaddhvarasya 
^rlsarvatomukharaahavratayajisunoh sri-Ramgarajamakhina 
sritacandraraaulir asray Appadiksita iti prathitas tanujah i 
tantrany adhltya sakalani sa tatapada^vyakhyanakau^ala- 
kalavisadikrtani i atraaya vakyam^ anuruddhya ca sarppra- 
dayasiddhantabhedalavasaragraliam ity akai-sit i siddha- 
ntaritisu maya bhramadiisitena syad yad yathapi likhitara 
yadi kificid asya i samsodhane sasrayas (?) sadaya bhavantu 
satsarapiadayaparisilananirvisamkah ii liaiih om ii sabda- 
ntarabhyasagunasamkbya praka(ra?)nanamadheyani bheda- 
sadhakapramanani ii . . . karotu mama kalyanam karunanidhir 
isvarah i jananasthitisamhara(n) jagatSni vidadbati yah ii 
^rimanmahadevaya ^ambaya (read sambaya) parasmai 
brahmane namali ii om brabmaiva satyafi jagan mithya on 
tat sat II siva tsiva n ^ri il subbam astu. 



106. 

WmsH No. 105. 

Size: 14TX2g in., (l) + 23 [14—23 marked by letters from Jca io 
jha] + 30 + 1 [single leaf inserted between 21 and 22] + 41 leaves, 
from 9 to 12 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: The MS. consists of old and modern parts. The first leaf, 
and ff. 22 — 41 at the end of the MS. are written by a different hand 
and have a more modern appearance. The older parts may have 
been written in the beginning of the IS^i century, the modern parts 
at the end of the 18 1^^ or beginning of the 19 th century. 

Character: Grantha. 

(1) 

A philosophical treatise, or fragment of a larger work 
(Gddcidhau?) called Yog ijatdv Martha (ff. 1 — 13). See 
Aufrecht CC. p. 482. 

The first leaf (marked f. 13) begins: — ekapadartthasam- 
sarge aparapadartthanisthatyantabhavapratiyogitvapraka- 

* Doubtful aksara. 

2 sadavadata Ed. 

3 asthaya mulam Ed. 

10 



-^ 146 r<~ 

rakapramavisesyatvTibhavo yogyata[m] idr.si ca yogyata 
ghatam anayety atra varttate, etc. 

F. 8: — yogyatavadas samaptah ii 

F. 13 b: — yogyatavadarttliah samaptah harih om. 

(2) 

A philosophical treatise (part of the Gadddhari? See 
Aufrecht CC. p. 147, s. v. visayatavada and visayatavada- 
rtha), called Lauhikavisayatdvdddrtlm (ff. 14 — 19). 

It begins: — ghatam saksatkaromity anuvyavasayavisaya- 
taya laukikavisayataya atiriktayas siddhir iti navlnah i etc. 
See the beginning of the Laukikavisayavicara in MS. 
Walker 201 i, Aufrecht-Oxford, p. 245. Cf. Mitra, Notices, 
Kr. 143. Ind. Off. IV, p. 648. Hall, p. 41 sq. 

It ends (f. 19): — samapto laukikavisayatavadartthah ii 
srivemkatesaya namali ii etc. 

(3) 

The Fardmarkivdddrtlm , another treatise or fragment 
from the Gadddhari (ff. 19 b— 23 b). See Aufrecht-Oxford, 
Nr. 611: Navlnamatavlcdra. 

It begins: — anumitim pratiparvatiyadhiimaA'yapako vahnir 
ity akarakali paramarsa eva hetuh, etc. 

It breaks off with the words: — dhumiya ity akarakaba- 
dhadipratibaddhyatvaprasamgah tadrsadhumaprakarataya. 

(4) 

TheVeddntaparihlidm, by Dharmardjddlivanndra, a pupil 
of y eiikatanatha, and the author of the Tarkactidamani, and 
of several Commentaries (ff. 1-12). See Aufrecht CC, p. 269. 
The first leaf contains the beginning of the first Pariccheda 
(as far as p. 3, 1. 6 in the edition of the text published 
at Calcutta, Sake 1769), while ff. 2-12 contain the two 
last Paricchedas. 

F. 1 begins: — yadavidyavilasena bhiitabhautikasrstayah i 
tan naumi paramatmanam saccidanandavigraham i yadan- 
tevasipahcasyair nnirasta bhedivaranah tan naumi narasini- 
hakhyam yatlndram paramam gurum i srimat-Vemkatana- 



-$^ 147 f<- 

thakhyan vilarakutinivasinah i jagatgui'un aliam vande 
sarvatantrapravarttakan i yena cintamanau tika dasatika- 
vibhanjani i tarkkacudamanir nnaraa krtiX vidvanmanorama i 
tika sasadliarasyapi balavyutpattidayini i padayojanaya 
pancapadika vyfdvrta tatlia i teiui bodhaya mandanam veda- 
ntartthavalambini i Dharmraarajaddhvarmdrena paribhasa 
vitanyate i iha khalu dharmmartthakamamoksakliyesu ca- 
turvidhapurusrirtthesu moksa eva paramapiirusartthal.i, etc. 

F. 8b: — iti Dharmmarajaddhvarindraviracitayam veda- 
ntaparibliasayaiu visayaparicchedah ii 

It ends (f. 12):— iti siddtiam prayojanam il iti Dharmmara- 
jaddhvai'indraviracitayam vedantaparibhasayam astama- 
paricchedah ii harih om om brahmadibhyo brahmavidya- 
sarapradayakarttrbhyo namah ii vedantaparibhaseyam sarasa 
likhita maya l etena vaudito devali kesabhyam priyatam 
harih. 

(5) 

The Veddntasikhdniani, a Commentary on the Veddnta- 
paribhdsd, by Rdmakrmddhvarin , the son of the author 
Dharmardjddhvarlndra (ff. 13 — 30, 1 — 41). The two first 
Paricchedas only. A lithographed edition of this work, with 
a commentary, was published at Benares (202 folk, oblong). 

It begins (f. 13): — vagisad yas sumanasas sarvarttha- 
nam upakrame i yan natva krtakrtya[su] syus tan namami 
gajananam i naidaghabhanukiranesv iva varipilras sarvo 
vibhati yadabodhavasat prapahcah i malaphaniva ca ni- 
mllati yatpi'abodhat tat brahma naumi sukliam adva- 
yam atmarupam i a setor a sumeror api bhuvi viditan 
Dharmmarajaddhvarindran vandehan tarkaciidamanima- 
nijanauaksiradhims tatapadan i yat[sa]karunyan mayabhiid 
adhigatam adhikan durgraham siiksmadhikair apyantam 
sastrajatana jagati makhakrta Ramakrsnahvayena i veda- 
ntaparibhasakhyara sohan tatavinirmmitam i vyakaromi 
krtim sarvara srutyantartthapraka^ikam i etc. 

After f. 30, a new numbering of leaves begins, but no- 
thing seems to be missing. 

10* 



-^ 148 H$- 

End of the MS.: — va mithyatvam bodhyam anumanaru- 
pena prayojanam upasamharati tasmad iti ii iti Dharmmara- 
jaddhvarindratmaja-sri-Kamakrsnaddhvariviracite vedanta- 
sikhamanau anumanaparicchedah ii sri-Ramakrsnaya namah ii 
bar ill oin ii 



107. 

Whish No. 106. 

Size: 121x1-8 in., (2) + 95 + (1) leaves, 8 or 9 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated 1831. The MS. cannot be many 
years older. 

Character: Grantha. 

Injuries: One of the three leaves £f. 82 to 84, and parts of the 
two others are lost, so also part of f. 89. 

The Prapahcdlirdaya, in 8 Patalas, described by Mr. 
Whish as *an admirable cyclopaedia of modern works of 
Science.' 

It begins: — lokadehadikaryyanarn karanasyadikaranam i 
prapancahrdayadharam tan namami sada harim i atheda- 
nlm asesapurusartthasesataya sakalaprapaiicoyam iha pra- 
darsyate sa tu trividho vedyavidyavettrprapaiicabhedena 
tatra vedyaprapaiico dvi"\idhah tanubhuvanabhedena tatra 
tanur dvividha[h] sthavarajamgamadehena tatra pancavidha 
sthavarah, etc. 

Patala I (tanubhuvanaprakaranan nama) ends f. 18, 
P. II (vedaprakaranan nama) f. 23 b, P. Ill (sadamga- 
prakaranan nama) f. 34b, P. IV (caturttham upamgapra- 
karanam) f. 48 b, P. Y (upavedakaranan nama) f. 59 b, 
P. VI (beginning: — athedanim asesapurusartthagryas sa- 
kalasamsaraduhkhapravahanivarttako moksopi [vi]pradar- 
syate i) ends f. 66, P. VII (jhanaprakarana) f. 74b. 

It ends : — vai^vanara svayarn vahnir brahmarandhravinir- 
gatah I yathaiva mathito vahnir aranim sandahet tatha i 
santapayati svan deham apadatalamastakam i brahmaiva- 
sau bhaved atma na punar janmabhag bhavet i nanavijiia- 
najananam vidvajjanamanoharam i prapancahrdayrikhyam 



-^ 149 f<- 

hi prapancottamabhusanam i samyakjnanapradarasaii ca 
da (?) jnanam saivavastusu i aprakusyam idan tantram 
samharavanadahakam ii iti prapancahrdaye astamah pa- 
talah II prapaficahrdayam samfiptam om i . . . srlgurubhyo 
namah li 



108. 

Whish No. 107. 

Size: 15tX2 in., (1) + 266 + (1) leaves, from 8 to 10 lines on 
a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. "Whish dated 1831. The MS. may be about 
100 years older. 

Character: Malayalam. Two different hands, a larger one (ff. 1 to 
112 b), and a smaller one (ff. 112 b to the end). The leaves are num- 
bered by letters, according to the system mentioned above to No. 19. 
After f. 247, a new foliation begins, by the letters ka, kha, ga, etc. 

The Mlmrlmsn -Tantravdrttika , by Kumdrila Svdmin, 
beginning with I, 4, 3 and ending with the end of the 
second Pada of the third Adhyaya. 

It begins: — harih i idanim ayaugikesu vrihyadival lokaru- 
dhesu jatigunavacanasabdesu cinta na hy anumanikakarana- 
tvanurodhena pratyaksaprasiddhibadhas sambhava[n]titi pu- 
rvadhikaranenasiddhih nanv Sjyai stuvate prsthai stuvate 
bahispavamanena stuvata ity upapattivakyatvad etany uda- 
harttavyani tatha hi utpattau namadheyam va guno vapy 
avadharitam (sic) vyavaharamgatain yati saivodaharanaksama 
sa tu nodahrta siitrakarena yasmin gunopadesa iti gunava- 
kyasyasritatvat, etc. 

The 1"* Adhyaya ends (f. 30b): — iti mimarasatantrava- 
rttike prathamasyaddhyayasya caturtthah padah ii sama- 
ptas caddhyayah ii 

The first Pada of the 2'^'^ Adhyaya ends on f. 114 b, 
the second Pada ends on f. 175, the third Pada ends on 
f. 196 b. The second Adhyaya ends on f. 205 b. 

The MS. ends with the 2'^'^ Pada of the 3"^ Adhyaya:— 
tasmat sarvavitanam indrasomasavanasarabandhitvan man- 



-^- 150 H^ 

travat bliaksanam iti siddham ii ity acaryya-Kumarilasva- 
miviracite guruvakyalesasaingrahe mlmamsatantravarttike 
trtlyasyaddhyayasya dvitlyah padah ii 



109. 

Whish No. 108. 

Size: 7| X It in., 84 leaves, 9 or 10 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18 tt or 19th cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 

The Kuvalayanandiya, by Appayya Diksita. See Auf- 
recht CC. p. 113. Other copy below No. 127. 

It begins: — sngurubhyo namah i parasparatapassarppat- 
phalatita(read phalayita?)parasparau i prapancamatapitarau 
praiicau jayapati stumah i utghatya yogakalaya hrdayabja- 
kosam dhanyais cirad api yatharuci grhyamanah i yah 
prasphuraty aviratam paripurnarupas sreyas sa me disatu 
sasvatika(m) mukundah i alamkaresu balanam avagahanasi- 
ddhaye i lalitali kriyate tesam laksyalaksanasamgrahah i 
yesaii candraloke drsyante laksyalaksanaslokah i prayas 
ta eva tesam itaresan tv abhinava viracyante i etc. 

It ends; — gunena tadiyasnanato gamgayah i pavanatva- 
guno varnitah i gunopayadvarnyate sa ullasah ditivarddha- 
madyasyodaharanam (sic) I tatra pativratamahima gunena 
tadiyasnanato gamgayah iti kuvalayanandlyam sampurnam ii 
haiih om i 

110. 

Whish No. 109. 

Size: 6|-Xls in., (2)-|-41 + (3) leaves, 7 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated 'December 1831.' The MS. is 
probably not much older. 
Character: Grantha. 

A fragment or fragments of a work belonging to the 
Samr/itasdstra , and treating of the art of dancing and 



->• 151 re- 
acting, but chieHy of the various motions of the hands 
used by female dancers (ahhinaya).' The title Ndtijalakmna 
given by Mr. Whisli is doubtful. A work called Ahhina- 
l/adarpaHa (see below) is mentioned by Burnell, Tanjore, p. 60. 

The jNLS. begins: — hastabhavasirodrstirekhapuspanjalis 
tatha 1 mukhacriliyacrdlya dvadasamgam atah param ii pata- 
kalaksanara i prasaranam amgullnam amgusthasya ca kun- 
canat patakakhyakaraproktah karatikavicaksanaih i natya- 
rambhe parivahe vare vastunisedhake i kucasthale nisayan 
ca nadyam amaramandale i etc. 

F. 30b ends: — ity abhinayadarpanam il harih om i sri- 
gurave namah i 

F. 31 begins: — hamsasyahastalaksanara i maddhyamfi- 
dyas trayomgulyo virala prasrta yadi i tarjanyaipgustha- 
sainslesat karo hamsasyako bhavet i etc. 

F. 35 ends: — vame tu mrgasirsam syat daksine ca ka- 
pitthakam i radhaya darsane caiva ratnavah niyujyate il 
srigurubhyo namah ii 

F. 35b begins: — ramgalaksanam i purodese narapater 
ddasahastaparakramat i devalaye sabhayan ca bhaveyuli 
puratas tatha i etc. 

F. 36b breaks off with the words:— anyatha nrtyate 
caiva brahmahatyadipatakani i etau tau viparitau tu ba- 
ddhne strlpumsayos tatha ii 

F. 37 begins: — makaras tu mahadevo dakaro danuja- 
ntakah i etc. 

F. 38 ends: — purato Bharatacaryyo narttakivakalavati i 
tatpascat gayakas tisthet pascat ganikii dasa i astau sad 
va catasro va bhaveyu pa (read bhaveyuh) i vibhramanvitah 
iti natyalaksanam ucyate ii harih ora ii 

F. 39 begins: — tantriraja namas tubhyam tantri layasam- 
anvita i gandharvakulasambhiita sesakfira namostu te i etc. 

The MS. breaks off" (f. 41) with the words: — staraba- 
pralayaromahcasvedo vaivarnyam eva ca i asruvaispuryyam 
ity astau satvikah parikirttitah i 

I As Prof. Aufrecht informs me, the work is the Ahhinayadar- 
pana, attributed to Xandikesvara. 



-^ 152 f^ 

111. 

WmsH No. no A. 

Size: 14|x1t in., (1) + 233 + 4 + 37 + 37 + 43 + (1) leaves, 
generally 9 or 10 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Probably end of 18tii century. 

Character: Grantha (the first three works), and Malayalam (the 
two last works). 

(1) 

The Horasdstra, i. e. Vardhamihira's BrhajjdtdJm, with 
a Commentary {SuhodUm), Adhyayas II— XXV. (Ff. 233.) 
See Inch Off. V, p. 1093 sq. 

It begins: — atha grahayonibhedaddhyayo vyakhyayate 
tatra prathamena slokena piirvoktasya horakhyasya kala- 
irarusasyatmadisvarupam rajadiriipatvah caha i kalatma 
dinakrn manas tuhinagus satvam, etc. 

F. 24: — iti Yarahamihiracaryyaviracite horasastre dviti- 
yoddhyayah ii 

Adhyaya 4 ends f. 48, A. 5 f. 67b, A. 7 f. 113, A. 11 
f. 151b, A. 16 f. 177, A. 20 f. 192, A. 24 f. 230b, A. 25 
f. 233 b. 

It ends: — minantyadrekkanarupam aha i svabhrantike 
sarppanivestitamgo[r] vastrair vihinah purusa[h]s tv atavyam i 
coranalavyakulitantaratma vikrosatentyopagato jhasasya i 
ayam sarppadrekkanah purusa[h]s tatharanyas ca ii 36 li iti 
horasastre pancavim^oddhyayah ii om ii ii 

(2) 

Fragment of an astronomical treatise (ff". 4). 

It begins: — vargesa ucyante ii bhaumacchavic candrara- 
vijna^ukravakredyamandakah kusutamaredyah i 

It ends: — mukhyamsas tv avisesarajapadavlparavatam 
gopuram brahmasthanam uranivirapadavi rudrasana dva- 
dasa II ralios tu mitrani kavldyamandfih ketos tathaivatra 
vadanti ta(j)jhah ii 



-$» 153 •<- 



(3) 



Fragment of the Trilokasdravrtti, with numerous dia- 
grams in the text. (Ff. 37.) Mr. Whish describes it as 
the '-first part of the Triloka-saram, a Jaina work." In 
the margin of the first page we read: — siddhan namah 
trilokasaravyakhyanani ii ahan namah i See Professor Leu- 
mann's list in the Vienna Oriental Journal, vol. XI (1897), 
p. 303. Other MSS. of the Trilokasara, see in Poona Cat. 
p. 108 (VIII, 599); ib. p. 411 (XVIII, 268); Peterson, 
IV, No. 1431; Bhandarkar, Sixth Rep. (1897) Xo. 1002. 
(Prof. Leumann by letter). 

It begins: — srivitaragaya namah i: tribhuvanacandrajinen- 
drani bhaktyana(r)ttya trilokasarasya vrttini yam kincijfia 
(read vrttir yatkimcijjha)prabodhanaya praka^yate vidhina 
II 1 Ii jiyad akalanikadyah siirir ggunabhiiriramalavrsadhari 
anavaratavinatajinamatavirodhivadiprajo jagati ii 2 ii 

F. 20b: — samkhyapramanam samaptam ii atha samkhya- 
pramfinavisesas caturddasa dharah saprapaficam pradar- 
syedanlm prakrtam upamapramana^takam nirupayati ii 

It ends (f. 35b): — etavat khandanam 9 ''°°°° 8 vanitanu- 
vatabahalyasya dandikrtatvad ayam jaghanyavagahopi sa- 
rd dhahastatrayarupah I pra ha 4 phala 1 icche | = lab- 
dhadanda I anena trairasikena dandikrtah. 

Then follow two leaves Avith diagrams. 

(4) 

The Sahasrandmasamgrahabhdsya, a Commentary on the 
Visnusahasrandma, by ^aiikara. (Ff. 37.) 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye namah avighnam astu 
^itam *** (blank) nnamamy adya divyam vacam sarasva- 
tim I sahasranamavyakliyeyam brahmajnana *** (blank) 
na nirmmita adis tvara sarvabhutanam maddhyam antas 
tatha bhavan, etc. 

It ends: — samadisampatsamyuktair ddhyeyo yah pu- 
rusottamah tasmai namostu krsnaya samsaraklesaharine ii 
iti srImat-Govindabhagavatpujyapadasifyasya srimatparivra- 



-^i 154 r^ 

jakacaiyyasya srimac - Chamkarabhagavatah krtih ^iisa- 
hasranamasaragraliabhasyakhya samapta ii sahasranama- 
prathamasatake i ksetrajnoksara ity ekan nama i . . . 
vrsakapir iti dvitlyasatakasyadih i sandhata iti trtiyasya i 
yugavartta iti caturtthasya i vira iti pancamasya i kavln- 
dra iti sasthasya i srivatsavaksa iti saptamasya i saktety 
astamasya i aksobliya iti navamasya dasamasya svastida 
iti II srjgurubhyo namah srikrsnaya namah ii 

(5) 

A Commentary on BaitlxarcCs Vimiipddddil^esdntastidif 
incomplete. (Ff. 43.) 

The text with a Tij)pana has been printed in the Kavya- 
mala, Part II (1886), pp. 1—20. 

It begins: — harili sriganapataye namah avighuam astu 
srigurubhyo namah jatyakhyagunakarmmavarjjitataya nir- 
nnitam apy agamair jjatyayam pasupalam Tiptavacasah 
krsnam grnanty akhyaya srisani jhaninam isvaram suyasa- 
sam viram viraktam gunais trata rajju (?) gataii ca 
karmmabhir aho devaya tasmai namah srimac-Chankara- 
piijyapadaracitam padadikesavadhistotran datram aghasya 
netram amalam tratram hareh preksitum vyacikhyasati 
mayyam hasati satam esapi ya hasati vyaktam bhaktir 
athapi visnupadayoh pusnati me dhrsnutam i tatra tavad 
atma va are drastavya iti, etc 

It ends: — harim manisyamarucini tatra svairancaran- 
tistha trnrmi gosthasauri (?) svayam bhukta ivapatrptin trp- 
yanty udarah paratarppanena ii 42 il II 



112. 

Whish No. hob. 

Size: llf X 2 in., (2) -|- 38 -)- 1 1) + 35 leaves, 8 or 9 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18th or 19th cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 



->^ 1 5") H$- 

(1) 

The Diiyamangal.adhijdna, a chapter from tlie EdjarCi- 
jesvaritantra (ff. 1 — C). 

It begins: — sridevy uvaca i devadeva mahadeva sacci- 
dananda vigraha | paucakrtyaparesana paramananda da- 
yaka i srirajarajarajesi ya §ris tripurasundarl i tasya 
ddhyanara mamacaksva yadi te karuna mayi i etc. 

It ends: — ity umamahesvarasanivade rajarajesvaritantre 
moksaprade divyamaragaladdhyanan nama trimsatpatalah u 

(2) 

The Lalitddevistotra from tlie LidJtopdJiJiydna of the 
Brahmdnda-Purdna (Uttarakhanda) (ff. 7 — 15). 

It begins: — srimahadevyai namah ii Agastya uvaca l 
asvanana mahabuddhe sarvasastravi.sarada i kathitara lali- 
tadevyas caritam paramatbhiitam i piirvam pradurbhavo 
devyas tatah pattabhisecanam i etc. 

It ends: — iti sri - Markandevaviracite brahmandottare 
lalitopakhyane stotrakhande hayagrivagastyasamvade laH- 
tadevistotram sampurnam ii srimahatripurasundaryyai 
namah ii 

(3) 

The Trisatl Stotra (from the Lalitopdklujdna in the 
Uttarakhanda of the Brahmdnda-Piirdna, see Aufrecht CO. 
p. 239) (ff. 16—21). 

It begins: — cm parasaktyai namah i sri-Agastya uvaca i 
hayagriva dayasindho bhagavah chisya vatsala i tvattas 
srutam asesena srotavyam yad yad asti tat i rahasyanama 
sahasrani api tvattas srutam maya i etc. 

It ends: — iti sritrisati nama mahastotram sampurnam 
harih om ii srigurubhyo namah il 

(^) 
The Ambdstava (ff. 22—24). 

It begins: — yam amana[ya]nti munayah prakrti(m) pura- 
nlm vidyeti yam srutirahasyagiro grnanti i tam arddhapaHa- 



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vitasamkararupamudran devlm ananyasaranas saranam 
prapadye ii 1 ii 

It ends: — ambastavam sampurnam i harili i ora i srl- 
gurubhyo namah ii 

(5) 

The Mantraksaramdla, or Mdnasajmjd (ff. 25 — 27). The 
latter title is given in the margin of f. 25, and in the 
table of contents at the beginning of the MS. See above 
No. 43 (2), and Aufrecht CC. s. v., p. 452. 

It begins: — kalloloUasitamrtabdhilaharimaddhye virajan- 
manidvlpe kalpakavatikaparivrte kadambavat[t]yujvale i 
ratnastambhasahasranirmmitasabhamaddhye vimanottame 
cintaratnavinirmmitam janani te simhasanarn bhavaye il 1 ii 

It ends: — phalasruti i srimantraksaramalaya girisutam 
piijarcaye cetasani' sandhyasu prativasaram suniyatara 
tasyamalasyacirat i cittambhoruhamanclape girisuta nrttam 
vidhatte sada vanlvaktrasaroruhe jaladhijagehe jaganmam- 
gala II 16 II harih om . . . srir astu i 

(6) 

The Anandasdgarastava (by Nllakantlia Diksita) (ff. 27b — 
33 b). Incomplete. See above No. 63 (3). 

It begins: — vijnapanarhaviralavasaranavaptya mando- 
dyame mayi daviyasi visvamatuh i avyajabhutakarunapavana- 
paviddhany anta smaramy aham apamgataramgitani ii 1 ii 

It ends: — kaiiclgunagrathitakancanaveladr^yan canda- 
takaipsukavibhaparabhagasobhi paryyamkamandalapariska- 
ranam purane ddhyayami te vipulam aqaba nitambabim- 
bam II 69 ii 

(7) 

The Carccdstava, by Kdliddsa, in 25 stanzas (ff. 34—36). 

It begins: — saundaryyavibhramabhuvo bhuvanadhipatya- 
sarnpattikalpataravas tripure jayanti i ete kavitvakumuda- 
prakaravabodhajDiirnendavastvayi jagajjananipranamah ii 1 ii 

It ends: — iti Kalidasaviracitam carccastavam sampurnam 
harih om ii subham astu. 



I Read with MS. No. 43 (2): yah pujayec cetasa. 



-3H 157 H5- 

(8) 

The Kalyamstava, by Kdliddsa (ff". 37 — 38). 

It begins: — kalyanavrstibhir ivamrtapuritabhir llak^ml- 
svayamvaranamamgaladipikabhih i sevabhir amba tava pa- 
dasarojamulenakari kim manasi bhaktimatafi jananam ii 1 il 

It ends: — Kalidasaviracitam kalyanastavam samaptam il 
^rimaliadevyai namah ii srimahatripurasundaryyai namo 
namali ii om i 

(9) 

The Faramarthasdra, by ^esandga, with a Commentary. 
See Aufrecht- Oxford p. 353 (MS. Wilson 535), Mitra, 
Notices, voh II, p. Ill, No. 698, Hall p. 105, Ind. Ot^'. 
Part IV, p. 841. 

It begins: — vandeham vasudhadharam vacasam adika- 
ranam i vasudevapriyani Sesam asesasukhadaqa param i 
prapadye caranadvandvam advandvam sukhaduhkhadam i 
srimatkrsnasarasvatya guros tatvartthadarsinah i praripsi- 
tasya granthasyavighnena parisamaptaye pracayagamanaya 
sistacaraparipalanaya paramatmasmaranalaksanam marn- 
galam acarati ii paramparasyah prakrter anadikam i ekan 
nivistam bahudha guhasu sarvalayam sarvacaracarasthi- 
tam I tam eva visnum saranara prapadye ii 1 ii asyayam 
artthah, etc. 

It ends: — ity evam sisyena prstain prativiviktam sacci- 
danandam brahmasvariipan tasmad upadisya gamayati ii 85 i 
vedantasastram akhilam Sesas tu jagadadharah i aryya- 
pancasitya baddhah (read babandha) paramrirtthasaram 
idam ii iti paramartthasaram samaptam ii dantini daru- 
vikare darii tirobhavati sopi tatraiva i jagad iti tatha 
paramatma paramatmany eva jagat tirodhatte ii iti ^esa- 
viracitaryyas samapta ii ^rigurubhyo namah ii 

(10) 

The Kdrtavirydrjimaliavaca, the 12*^ Adhyaya of the 
Udddmaresvaratantra (ff. 23—35 = 1—13). 



-^. 158 H£r- 

It begins: — yolafi caracaragurur bliuvanam bibhartti 
yasyarddham adritanaya visadasmitasya i yasyogratamkamu- 
khakrttagalo vidhata rudrasya mtirttir akhilam sivam 
atanotu i asya rudrasya bhagavan agnih kandarsih i cchando 
mahavirat i sambhiir devata tatra jabalopanisat i atha 
hainam brahmacarina iiculi, etc. 

It ends: — ity uddamaresvaratantre karttaviryyarjunaka- 
vacan nama dvadasoddhyayah ii karttaviryyarjjunamaha- 
mantrasya [i] dattatreyabhagavan rsili i anustup cchandali i 
karttaviryyrirjjuno devata i prom bijam i namas saktih i 
karttaviryyarjjunayeti kilakam i karttaviryyarjjunaprasada- 
siddhyartthe jape viniyogah i am prem cchrim am i im 
kllm bhrum I sirah i urn am hrlm um sikha i em krom 
srim aim kavacam i om hum pbat uetram i am srikartta- 
viryyarjjunaya namali ii ah i astram i midam i orn prem 
cchrim kllm bhrum arn brim krom srim hum phat srikar- 
ttavlryyarjjunaya namah ii 

113. 

Whish ^"o. 111. 

Size: 15tX It in., (1) + 126 + 17 + (1) + 24 leaves, 8 or 9 lines 
on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: At the end of the first work the date is given (in Malaya- 
lain language), viz. January of the Kollam year 985 i. e. A. D. 1810. 

Scribe: Krsnadvija. 

Character: Malavalam. 

(1) 

The ^rutiraujim, a Commentary on Jaijudeva's Gitago- 
vinda, by LakpiudJiara, son of Yajnesvara, in 12 Sargas. 
(FL 126.) 

See No. 142 (Whish No. 144) for another copy of the 
same work. 

It begins: — harih ^riganapataye namah avighnam astu i 
dhavalajaladavarnnah candramahkhandacudam parasuhari- 
iKihastam jnanamudrabhiramaiu bhujagaparavirajatkam- 
kanah janubahun dalitanatajanarttin daksinamiirttim ide i 
Laksmidharena vidusa kriyate siutirahjini vidvatkavi- 



-^ 159 ^^ 

niude gitagovindasyaittliadlpika i yad istam likhyate na- 
tra yac canistam vilikhyate dvitayaip tad dayam viglmaih' 
ksamyatara varnnitair^ mmayi i na buddliyate sudhair3 
ggltagovindasyarttliagauravam vyakliyana^atakenapi viluiya 
siutirafijinim i etc. 

It ends: — saddhvl maddhvika cinta na bhavati bhavatah 
sarkare sarkarasi* drakse draksyanti tes tvam ami-ta 
nirtam asi ksiraniratvam esi moce ma jiva jayadliaradha- 
i-akuhare majja yusmajjayayai va kalpam kalpitaipgya yad 
ilia bhuvi gira sthiyate jiiyadevya ii he maddhvika ii iti 
dvadasasarggah ii Ii srikrsnaya namah i kollam 900 ayi- 
I'attaempattan camata makaramasam aficantiyaticoppac 
caymii rohaniyiim suklapaksattil dvadasiyum simhah kara- 
iiavuin kutiyadivasampataleyesanugrahena K]-siiadvij ena 
likhitam pustakam ii srigurubhyo namah etc. 

(2) 

Fragment of an astronomical treatise (ff. 17). In the 
margin of f. 1, and on the title page the title Krmvjam 
is given. 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye namah avighnam astu ; 
"ena traikalajfianain uktam ajhanatimiravattibliyah tajhanan 
divyayiitam vaksye tasmai namaskrtya jyotisaphalam adesah 
phalarttham rirainbhanam bhavati loka tasmad yatnah 
k;iryyo hy adese jyodisajfiane navabhir nnavabhir athaniser 
unispanna rasayo etc. 

F. 10: — II iti jivayonih ii candras catuspadastho dre- 
kkano, etc. 

It ends (f. 17): — caturtthadivase maddhyahnarkkena 
sarayukte ajalagne budhadrste hy asvatarinam adarsanam 
bruyat suskanadikulagata labhyante mrgyamanais tah 

1 dvitayan tad dayanighnaih, MS. Whish No. 144. 

2 panditair, MS. AVhish No. 144. 

3 budiiair, MS. Whish No. 144. 

4 karkarasi, MS. "Whish No. 144. 

5 ke, MS. Whish No. 144. 



-^f 160 r<r- 

sukre ksitejalagne dhenudvayam atra garbhini caika tisr- 
nam gavam adarsanam astamadivase bhavel labhah bu- 
dhadrste tallagne by asvatarlnam adarsanam bruyat 
svabkale ravyudaye labhyante mrgayamanena adya caturtthe 
divaseccbagostamesvare drste prativesiko vayasyo navame 
divase svayan deta ^asisukrabbyam drste sitir ggavo bbutas 
sagopalah i 

(3) 

Tbe Veddntasdra, in 22 Adbyayas. Tbe name of tbe 
autbor is not given. ^ 

It begins: — barili sriganapataye namah avigbnena pari- 
samaptir astu[h] suklambaradbaram visnum sasivarnnam 
caturbbujam prasannavadanam dbyaye sarvavigbnopasan- 
taye i ajnanatimirandbasya jiiananjanasalakaya caksur 
unmilitam yena tasmai srlgurave namab i . . . atbasadhana- 
catustayasamvakyanantaram atmanatmavivekam ucyate i 
atma sariratrayam i vilaksana avastbattrayasaksi nityasu- 
ddbabuddbamukam (?) satyaparipurnnasaccitanandakatvam 
nama kalattrayanasanarabitatvam nama kalattrayavidya- 
manaprakasatvam svasaktasasamsayadbivirodbi svabbavatva 
mama (read °tvam nama?) tasmad anantariipatvam satva- 
rajastamogunasvarupam ajiianasaccidanandasvarupam brab- 
manab ubbayab (?) akasam ulpannam akasadvayum vayor 
abni ahni ravab,* etc. 

F. 4: — iti vedantasare prapaiicarabasyapratbamoddbya- 
yab II F. 7 : — iti vedantasare sariralaksanam nama trtiyo- 
ddbyayab ii F. 15b: — iti vedantasare bbaktilaksanasam- 
pranaye trayodasoddbyayab ii 

It ends (f. 24): — iti vedantasare videbakaivalyalaksane 
samsararabasye dvavirasoddbyayab ii ii upadesavedantasi- 
ddbyarabasyam saniaptah i srigurubbyo namab ii 

114. 

Whish No. 112 a. 

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a page. 



1 "It is by Sarikaracdrf/a", Prof. Aufrecht. 

2 Read utpannam akasad vayur vayor agnir agner apah? 



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Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Probably end of 18tii cent. 

Scribe: Yasudeva. 

Character: Malayalam. 

The BhaJdaprii/d, a Commentary on the XdrCujanlya- 
stotra, in 12 Skandhas. The author of the Stotra is Nd- 
rdyaua Bhatta of KeraLa. See Aufrecht CC. p. 294. 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye namah avighnam astu 
srlgurnbhyo namah i gajananam giran devlm Yyasam 
karasahanam gurim bhiitesam isam a.sasitartthadan prana- 
mamy aham srimatbhagavatartthasamgrahamayanarayani- 
yahvayam stotram hrdyam anargham ujvalataraddhvastan- 
dhakfirodayam yat kanthesu satam anuttamagunam pra- 
tyagrara utbhasate tasyeyam kriyate yathamati maya vya- 
khya hi bhaktapriyakirttanam bhagavatkirtter mraatkrtriv 
anusamgikam ity evam prayatnenasmadvyakhyatrtyaprasi- 
ddhaye (i) iha khahi samadhigatanikliilanigamartthasatatva- 
tayli sabdaparabrahmapara[vara]vurinataya paramabhaga- 
vatataya ca saka]asahi-da3'amahitayasris sri-Narayanakavih 
paramakarunikatayil bhaktanugrahaya sribhagavatarttha- 
nusarinarayaniyabhidham stotraratnah cikir>;uh prathamam 
prathamaslokena praripsitasya stotrasyavighnena parisa- 
maptipracayagamanabhyam srotrj ananikhihijanasamlhita- 
siddhaye ca stotrapratipadyajagatsarggadidasakaLaksanaliLa- 
nidanabhutaparatatvanusmaranarupamaragahim acarati i 
sandrety adina brahmaguruvacanapure saksat bhatiti 
sambandhah brahma sarvam asrayam sarvanusyiitam 
suddhacaitanyam guruvacanapuram iti prasiddhe ksetre 
saksat bhati, etc. 

F. 41b: — iti narayanlyastotravyakhyayam bhaktapriya- 
yam navamaskandhaparicchedah ii 

It ends: — sribhagavatavyakhyadrstanarttliat padanyepi 
{sic) stotravyakhyanarupena racitani parara mayayan namna 
sammatani stotrah janiinam antarantara tabhyam eva 
hrdisthabhyam maya neyam krta krtih ii iti narayanlya- 
stotravyakhyayam bhaktapriyayam dvadasaskandliapari- 
cchedah ii ii Vasudevena likhitam idara i harih etc. 

11 



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115. 

WmsH No. 112B. 

Size: 12 j X 2 in., (1) + 49 + (1) leaves, from 8 to 11 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18 ti^ or 19th cent.? 
Character : Grantba. 

A Collection of Stotras, and sundry fragments. The 
titles of the Stotras are given in the margins at the 
beginning of each of them, and in a list on the first leaf. 

(1) 

The Mdtrkdstava (ff. 1—4). 

It begins: — apratyaksakatham akrtrimarasam arkapra- 
kasakramam asmaccittagrham atarkyavibhavam avyaja- 
niryyatkrpam i aksanam adhidevatam aviditam addhvanta- 
gam addhvagam aksinagamasamvidabhyupagamam anvemi 
daksatmajam I 1 | 

It breaks off (f. 4b) in the 37*^ stanza with the 
words: — bhasmakaravidagdhake hutavahe bhavakrte man- 
math e. 

(2) 

The Mdtrkdnydsa (ff. 5 — 6). 

It begins: — atha balrisampiititamatrkanyasah i Daksina- 
miirtti(r) rsih i gayatri cchandah i balarupini matrka saras- 
vati devata i etc. 

It breaks off with the words: — somamandalaya sodasa- 
kalatmanerghyamrtaya nama jalam apiiryya. 

(3) 

The Triimrddottara (ff. 7—8). 

It begins: — kalyani tripura bala maya tripurasundari i 
sundaryy uma blias[v]avati omkari sarvamamgala i etc. 

It ends (or breaks off) with the words: — sariracesta 
mama te pranama stutis ca vag indriyavrttir astii i sarva 
manovfttir anusmrtis te sarvan tavaradhanam eva bhuyat i 

(4) 
The ^yamaldmhavarmaratna, or MdtangllMvaca (the latter 
title in the margin and in the Table of Contents), i. e. the 



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tenth Patala of the Sauhhayijalaksmlkalpa (ff. 9 — 10). Soe 
Burnell, Tanjore, p. 197 b. 

It begins: — senapatitvan devanam pura prapya sadana- 
iiah I sadasivam upagamya pitarara vakyam abravit i etc. 

It ends: — iti srisaiibliagyalaksniikalpe caturllaksagran- 
thavistare skandesvarasamvade syamalambavarmmaratnan 
nama dasamah patalah ii sri:iyamalambayai namah ii 

(5) 

The MataUgyastoUara (flf. 11—12). 

Jt begins: — raatamgi vijayil syama sacive^I sukapriyil i 
nipapriyiX kadambesi madaghurnitalocana i etc. 

It ends: — etair yyas sacivesanim sakrt stauti sariravan i 
tasya trailokyam akhihini haste tisthaty asamsayah Ii 

(6) 

The Bdldsaliasrandman (ff. 13 — 16). 

It begins: — asya sribalasahasranamamahamantrasya 
Daksinamurtti(r) rsih | paukti cchandah i bala paramesvari 
devata i aim bijam ksim saktih i etc. 

It ends (or breaks off) with: — kamkalapatni kalindi 
kaumarl kamavallabha i panodyukta panasamstha bhima- 
rupa bhayaprada i 

(7) 

Ff. 17 — 21 contain various Mantras for Tantric purposes. 

F. 17 begins: — sirasi Antaryyami bhagavan rsih i mukhe 
anustup cchandah i hrdaye sadyo devata i etc. 

On f. 19 we read: — asya srisaktipahcaksarastotramaha- 
mantrasya Yamadeva rsih i pankti cchandah i umamahe- 
svaro devata i etc. 

F. 21 ends: — harir haro virihcas ca srstyadin kurute 
yaya i namas tripurasundaryya namami padapamkajam I 

(8) 

The Trijnirdstava in 54 stanzas, attributed to Durvdsas 
(ff. 22—27). Printed with the title Tripurdmahimastotra 
in the Kavyamala, Part XI, p. 1 ff. 

11* 



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It begins: — srimatas tripure parat paratare devi trilo- 
kimaliasaundaryyarnavamanthanotbhavasudhapiTicurvyaA^a - 
rnojvalam i udyatbhanusahasranitatnajapapuspaprabhan ' te 
vapuh svante me sphuratu trilokanilayara jyotirminayain 
vanmayam i etc. 

It ends: — bhusyam vaidusyam udyaddinakarakiranaka- 
ram akriratejassammanam (bhurimargam Ed.) nigamani- 
gamanam durgamam yogamargam i ayusyam brahmaposyam 
bariharavisadam kirttim abbyeti bbumau debante brabma- 
bhuyam parataracaranakaram abbyeti vidvan ii 54 ii 

(9) 

The Dalmndmurttiimnjara, or tbe 18* Adhyaya of the 
Brahmdmla-Purana (ff. 28 — 29). 

It begins: — pranamya sambam isanam sirasa Yainiko 
niunih i vinayavanato bhutva papraccha skandam adarat i 
Narada iivaca i etc. 

It ends: — iti sribrahmandapurane guhanaradasamvade 
daksinamtirttipahjaran namastadasoddhyayah ii snsivaya 
namah ii 

(10) 

Ff. 3(1 — 36 contain various (Tantric?) fragments, too 
small to make anything of them. 

(11) 
The Ganapatyastaka, ascribed to Saddsiva (f. 36). 
It begins: — asya srimahaganapatistotramalamantrasya 
Sadasivo bhagavan rsih i anustup cchandah i ganapatir 
devata i etc. 

It ends: — iti Sadasivaproktam gane^astakain sarn- 
piirnain ii 

(12) 

The Lalitdstavaratna (if. 37 — 49). 
Other copies in Nos. 63 (5), ]60 (2) and 174. 
Beginning and end the same as No. 63 (5). See above 
p. 81 seq. 

I Kead onutanajapapuspaprabhaTp with Ed. 



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116. 

Whish No. 113. 

Size: lls-x2 in., (1) + 102 + 31 + (1) leaves, 9 or 10 lines on 
a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. AVhisli dated 4th December 1831. The MS. 
may be about 50 years older. 

Character: Grantha. 

(1) 

The ISrutisnktliiifdd, or Caturvedaidtimryasamyralia, in 
149 verses, by Haradatta, together with a Commentary. 
Mr. Wliish gives the title ' Caturvedabhasya' . (Ff. 102). 
See Steiu-Jammu, p. 359 seq. 

It begins: — iha khalu i kalikalakalananantaram avaidika- 
bauddhridiraddhantanusandhanavisuddhabuddhin nirisvara- 
tvanirvahakavaidikripasata(read°prasasta?)mimamsakalpita- 
ualpavikalpajalpasravanonmisitakahi'>akahiia->lkrtavrsrimka - 
visayasemusitanmanlsinonugrhitakamo mahesvaramsavatara- 
3'amano (read °nah) padavakyapramanajho Haradattaca- 
ryyas saivavaidi(ka)tantravisvasakarinim avaidikamatauira- 
karinim i samastakalmasapaharimm i abhedapurusartthapii- 
ranlm i samsarasagarottaranlm bhavaikabhaktivibhavavista- 
riniin i pahcasaduttaraslokatmikain srutisuktimrilam cikirsur 
llaksanapramanabhyam hi nyayena tatsiddhyarttham asyam 
srutisuktimalayam pradhanyena prati(pi)pridayisitani namas- 
sesitvaniratisayaisvaryyadigunakatvanrirayanopauisadudlri - 
topasyatvagayatripratipadyatvalaksanani kratusesitvalaksa- 
iiani pahcalaksanani pahcabrahmaniva paficrdvsaranlva sru- 
tisiddhaui panca *** *** (blank) pahcayava(read pahca- 
vayaYa?)sthitasya paramesvarasya pancalaksanani samgrn- 
hanah tadvisistatvenananasadharanatvad asyaivasrayaniya- 
tvad anisvaram ****** ** (blank) ntranam visnubrahmadi- 
nam asrayaniyyatvapattavi(read "tvapattav avi°?)duratopa- 
stety asyaivasrayaniyatve hetutvan darsayann aha yasmai 
nama iti ii yasmai namo bhavati yasya gunas samagra 
uarayanopanisada yadupasanokta i yo na(h) pracodayati 
buddhim adhikrtau yas tan tvam ananyagatir isvara sam- 
jsravami ii 1 ii namo namaskarah, etc. 



-$H 166 r<r- 

Amongst the books and authors quoted in the com- 
mentary are: Jaimini, Badarayana, Sudarsanacarya (f. 5), 
Padma-Purana (quoted as 'Patma'), Aditya-Purana (f. 15 b), 
Markandeya-Purana, Parasara-Purana (f. 59), etc. 

It ends: — bhaktani bhavanadidaparsvacaropanitam ma- 
hyam mahesvarapayasi grapitam prasannani i bhunjana eva 
tad aharn ghatiti brabuddha svapnas samadhiriktadhiyam 
abhinnah^ ii 149 ii stomas same tad avadhaya grnhatam 
artthara asya nikhilena janatam i grahyam annyad api 
navasisyate jiieyam anyad api va na kincana il om i harih 
om etc. 

(2) 

The Manimanjari, a Commentary on Keddra^s Vrttara- 
tnakara, by the Purohita Ndrdyana, son of Nrsimlmyajvan^ 
in 6 Adhyayas. Ff. 31. See Nos. 54 (3), and 170. 

It begins:— svetambhodhisthitan devam suddhasphatika- 
vigraharn i vagvibhutipradam saksad vande gandharvakan- 
dharara i Nrsimhayajvanah putro Narayanapurohitah i vrtta- 
ratnakaravyakhyam vyakaroti yathamati ii 

P. 14: — iti sodasamatraprakaranam ii 

It ends: — iti vrttaratnakaravyakhyayam manimanjaryyam 
sasthoddhyayah ii srigurucaranaravindabhyan namo namah ii 



om 



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(numbered as £f. 112—120) + 8 + (1) leaves, from 10 to 13 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: End of 17th or early 18th cent.? 

Character: Grantha. 

Injuries: The first leaf, and f. 28 of the second work are slightly 
damaged. 

The eight leaves of the last work are numbered by the Aksaras 
of the invocation 'harih sriganapataye namah' as follows: hari^i = 1, 
sri = 2, ga = 3, na = 4, pa = 5, ta = 6, ye = 7, namah = 8. 

' Words and metre quite corrupt. 



"5^4 167 f^ 

An entry by ]Mr. Whish says: "This volume contains 
the Tarkka-Chudamanih; a work by Bahwricha Dharrama- 
rajah; in refutation of the Nyaya or philosopliy of Gauta- 
mah; the founder of the Nayyayikah or Aristotelian Sect — 
and also a second work on the same subject by the same 
author." 

(1) 

The TarJcacwJdmani (a Commentary on the Anumana 
chapter of Biicidatta's TattvacinUimanipraJxdm), by the 
BaJivrca Dharmaraja, "an inhabitant of Kandararaanikya- 
grama (our IMS. has Kantaramanikka), and son of Tri- 
vedinarayanayajvan of the Kaundinyagotra" (Burnell, Tan- 
jore, p. 115), The MS. is incomplete (ff. 56). 

It begins: — kaverivaripanapratihatatamasara mandite 
panditanani nyandai (?) sri-E,amacandra smrtibalavisada- 
sei?atantrartthasrirah dese vikhyatavaso vividliagurukapalesa- 
to labdhabodho nyayabdhin tarkkacudamanira iha kurute 
Bahvrco Dharmmarajali i tretagnidhumakulavithikam karne 
(read "karakane?) grhe grhe yatra vasanti surayah adlilta- 
sarvasrutayah kathantare lia nirjjitapratyanumanavadinah i 
tatra kantaramanikkagramaratnanivasina i maniprakasavi- 
vrtir Dharmmarajena tanyate ii dasanam api tikanara bhani- 
gam kurvan kvacit kvacit i anumanaprakasasya vivrtim 
karavany aham ii arabdhaparisamaptaye maragalam aca- 
ritam si[k]syasiksriyai granthato nibadhnati pranayeti vi- 
ghnaddhvarasam iti yady api granthasamaptir eva prarttha- 
niya tatha sati vighnaddhvarase lokavagatakaranad eva, etc. 

It breaks off with the following Avords (f. 56b): — tadaiii- 
gikarat vyadhikaranaprakrirakecchamgikrid ity artthah ista- 
bhedepi upasthitestabhedety artthah tatjhanarttham iti i 
anagatajhanrirttham ity artthah i ata eva paramate ana- 
gatapakajhanaya prasiddhapakavisayanumanadara iti bha- 
vah I uktaprSyam iti abhedajhanasya pravarttakatve stha- 
p(y)ate icchajanakatvam api tasyaivoktaprayam ity artthah 
'numaneneti i idara sukharn sukhapiirvavartti sukhatvad ity 
anumanenety artthah 'siddheh. 



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(2) 

A Commentary on Gaurilxdnta Sarvaljlianma Bhattdcd- 
rycCs Tarkahlidmhhdvdrthadqyikd (Commentary on Kesava- 
misra's Tarkahlidsd). Incomplete (K 97). See Ind. Off. IV, 
p. 607. 

It begins: — namas te sarade devi kasmirapuravasini i 
tvam aham prarttlia(y)isyami vidyadanan tu dehi me ii 
Gaurikantakrti svatotivisadanaghratadosapy asau balanam 
lirdayam na ranjayati yat praudhasya ceto yatha i ta- 
ddosaya bhavaty atali prakatayan bhavam vicaryyanaya 
kurve Kesavabhavananugataya balapramodam param i ciki- 
rssitasya granthasya vighnasantyai krtam mamgalam sisya- 
siksayai nibadhnati om iti i atra omkaras cathasabdas ca 
dvav imaii brahmanab pura i ka[m]ntham bhitva viniryyatau 
tasman mamgalikav iti siksavaeauenonikriraprayogasya 
pratyekam mamgalatvat on tat sad iti nirddeso brahmanas 
trividha smrta iti, etc. 

F. 2: — nanv evam bahumamgalacaranena vighnarupa- 
drstapratibandhakakiitanivrttav api siromanirupamahagran- 
thavyakhyacaturyyajanitahamkaramCdakalajjarupadrstapra- 
tibandbakad alpagrantha-Kesavakrtivyakbyane svabhara- 
tyah pravrtyanupapattir ity ata aba matar iti kim lajjasa 
iti, etc. 

F. 11: — sistacaroUamgbinali Kesavamisrasya krtir iyam 
katham sistair adaraniyetyabbiprayavatam samkam apa- 
karoti atra ceti grauthakaravisaya ity artthali, etc. 

F. 97 ends: — dravyeti dravyasamavetalaukikacaksusa- 
tvam kriryyatavaccbedakara alokasarnyogatvam karanata- 
vaccbedakam svasamavayisamavayab karanapratya(sa)ktili 
sparsadisparsane karyyatavaccbedakasyatiprasamgavara- 
naya pratyaksatvam apabaya caksuseti tamas caksuse ca- 
ksusatvasya nilan tama iti nilatvasamanyapratyasaktija- 
biukikarui:>acaksuse dravyasamavetavisayakacaksusatvasya 
gbatadimatravisayakalaukikacaksuse dravyavisayakalauki- 
kacaksusatvasya rilpatvadimatravisayakanirvikaliJake sama- 
vetavisayakalaukikacaksusatvasyatiprasaktataj'a dravyasa- 



-^ 169 :^ 

mavetavisayakalaukikacuksu^atvam karyyatavaccliedakam 
ity uktaiu riqiiidika. 

(3) 

A fragment of the PraJcri;/dsarvasva (9 leaves, num- 
bered as ff. 112 — 120), apparently the work of Ndrdyami 
Avlio is described by the Maharaja of Travancore (in the 
JRAS. vol. Xyi, 1884, p. 449) as 'the most popular and 
Avell-admired author of pi-akrii/dsarvasuam, dlidtdkdvyam, 
ndrdyamyam, etc." 

F. 112 begins: — brahmanimata brahmanihata i pullim- 
gasadharanasyety ukteh prthivitarety atra na i nadyas 
sesasyanyatarasyam i nyantavarjjitasya nadisarajfiasya nya- 
ntesv eka ca scaghadau hrasvo va syilt i etc. 

F. 120 ends: — vatir nnana iiathamus ca krtvortthas ta- 
ddhitev}^ayam i itah parain samasantah santi kecana ta- 
ddhitah I tesan tattatsamases;u varnanaiva laghiyasl ii 
iti prakriyasarvasve taddhitakhandah il sarnk'^epatisayepi 
vacyabahutiX hetor abhud vistarah spastatvepi krte sva- 
bhavagananabhagamanaga sphutah i evam vyaktim iyan 
padarttha iyata granthena yatoyam ity evam yo vimrset 
sa eva kalayed asmannibandhe gunan i harih gurubhyo 
namah ii 

(4) 

Fragment of a Oanapdtlia (ff. 8), perhaps part of the 
preceding work. 

It begins: — athapatyaganah i utsodapanavikaravinada- 
tarunatalunadhenupilukunasuvarnebhyah i autsah audapa- 
nah I vaikarah i vainadah i tarunah i talunah i dhainavah i 
pailukunah i sauvarnah i bharatakurusatvadindravasana- 
janapadapahcalo^inarebhyah i etc. 

It ends: — caupayatacaikayatacaitayatabailvayatasaika- 
yatfinah ca i caupayatyfi caikayatya caitayatya bailvayatyil 
saikayatya iti ii 



->4 170 H^ 

118. 

Whish No. 115. 

Size: (1) ISg-Xlg in., (1) + 156 + (1) leaves, from 9 to 13 lines 
on a page. (2) 14xlr in., 11 leaves (numbered as ff. 79—89), 11 or 
12 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: The MS. of the first work was probably written about the 
middle of the 18 th cent. The MS. of the second work seems to be older. 

Character: Malayalam. The leaves are numbered by Aksaras in 
the same way as No. 19. 

Injuries: Slightly damaged by insects in the middle of the book. 

(1) 

The Naukd or Horduivarana, a Commentary on Vard- 
liamihira's Brhajjdtaka. Also called Dasddhydt/i, ac- 
cording to Aufrecht CC. p. 2-18. 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye namali aviglmam astu 
jayati bbagavan gajfisyena (corrected to gajasyo) yatka- 
rnnavyajanamaruta bbajatam yanto vyasanani baranty 
ayantas cSrppayanty abblstani satyajnanaparam brabma 
jyotiranandarupinim naiimi sarvottarodattaprasnamalam 
sarasvatim satyajiianapradayestadesakalaprabodbine nama 
srlgurave saksiXt paramesvaramurttaye i yesam atmani 
garbbasamskrtimukbair mmaunjini baddbantimaih vrate 
karmmabbir atra bliati vidhivat brabmapratisthapitah sraii- 
tasmrirttasamastakarmmasatatanustbananistbatmanas tan 
etan pranamami bbumivibudhan istarttbakalpadruman sri- 
suryadln su(kba)samvedya^ nigrabanugraban jagatsrstistbiti- 
layajnanabetun upasmabe i srimad-Varabamibiraboratri- 
Iparyasagare sadarttbaratnasamsiddbyai tika nauka vica- 
ryate i etc. 

It ends: — addbyayanukramam vrttanuvyafica (read vrttena 
vyanjayati?) slokatrayena i ra.siprabbedo grabayonibbedo 
viyonijanraatba nisekakalab janmatba sadyomaranan tatba- 
yur ddasavipakostakavarggasarajiiab karmmajivo rajayogab 
kbayoga^ candra yoga dvigrahadyas ca yogab pravrajyato 

* sukhavedya corrected to susamvedya. 



^- 171 f<^ 

rasisilail ca drsti(r) bhavas tasmad asrayotha prakirnnah 
nestayoga jatakam bharainanan niryanam syan nastajannia 
drganah addliyayanam vinisatib pancayuktacaryuktanyfread 
°caryoktaiiy?) atra vrtta[s]satani i iti pratharao rasiprabhc- 
dah dvitlyo grahayonibhedab trtlyo viyonijanma caturttbo 
nisekakalab ])ancamo janma i sastlias sadyomaranam i sa- 
ptama ayurddayab astamo dasaphalani navamostavarggab 
da.samab karmraajlvah ekadaso rajayogah dvadasab kba- 
yogab trayodasas candrayogab caturda^o dvigrahadiyogab 
pancadasab pravrajyayogab sodaso rasisilani saptadaso 
grabadrstib astadaso bbavapbalam ekonavimsani asrayayo- 
gab I vimsab prakirnnab ekavimsonistayogab dvavimsas 
trijatakam trayoviraso niryanam caturvimso nastajatakam 
paficavimso drekanaplialapaksa sadvirp.sopradarsanaparo- 
ddbyayab horavivaranam samaptam ii ii sriparamagurave 
saranara ii etc. 

(2) 

Tbe Prasnamrta, by Knmdra, pupil of Ndrdyana Jyotisa, 
a fragment only. A work of tbe same title is ascribed 
to JamhumitJm in tbe "Index of MSS. in tbe Government 
Oriental MSS. Library, Madras," p. 55. 

It begins: — barib sriganapataye namab avighnam astu 
srigurubbyo namab samastavigbnaprabbavopasantaye na- 
maskaromi dvipanayakananam vacab prasadani kurutarn 
sarasvati etc. . . . asid dvijanma dvipakananakbye grame 
sudbib pratr (?) janinacetab sastrrirttbavetta srutiparadrsva 
Narayano jyotisas tarppayayi i tasyasti sisyo vinayapradba- 
nas tadiyakarunyanivasabhumih yas ^ri-Kumaro vidito dvi- 
janma grabendrasaficaravicaracuficub pranamya soyam 
gurupadapatmam niriksya borara sakalarttbapustani adaya 
saran tu tato vyadbatta prasnamrtam balabitaya hrdyam 
paropakaraikato mabantas santcsamantab krpaya vidbaya 
sammanayantam idam asmadiyani prasnamrtan nirmmalaki- 
rttibbajab, etc. 

It breaks off witb tbe words: — caturtthajvarasantaye \ 
krsnaya namab i 



-^ 172 H5- 

119. 

Whish Xo. 116. 

Size: 13f x if in., (2:i + 82 + (1) + 133 + 6 + (2) leaves, 10 lines 
on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18 th or 19 th cent.? 
Character: Grantlia. 

(1) 

The Blidftadlpikd, a Commentary on Jaimini's Mlmdmsd- 
darsana, by Kliandadeva, from Adhyuya VII, Pada 1 to 
Adhyaya IX, Pada 3. (Ff. 82.) 

It begins: — srutipramanatvac chesanam mukhyabhede 
yathadhikarabhava syat ii evam sadhikare iipadesevagate- 
dhuna tadadhinasiddhir atideso nirupyate i etc. 

Adhyaya VII ends f. 15 b, Adhyaya VIII f. 28 b. 

It ends with the third Pada of the IX *^ Adhyaya: — iti 
sri-Khandadevakrtau bhattadipikayam navamasyaddhya- 
yasya trtiyah padah li 

(2) 

The BJidttacandrlJid, a Commentary on Kliandadeva' s 
Blidtiadipikd, by Bhdskarardya Bhdrat'i, the son oi Gam- 
hhtra and Konamd (?), and pupil of Nrsimlia and Sivadatta. 
The author lived at Benares in 1629, according to Aufrecht 
CC. p. 411. The MS. contains the whole of the first 
Adhyaya, and the two first Padas (Pada 2 incomplete) 
of the second Adhyaya. (Ff. 133.) 

It begins: — sri - Ganibhlravipascitah pitur abhud yah 
Konamambodare vidyastadasakasya marmmabhid abhud ya 
sri-Nrsiinhat guroh i yas ca sri-Sivadattasuklacaranaih 
purnabhisiktobhavat sa tretatripuratrayiti manute tam eva 
nathatrayim i bhagirathibhimarathi tatakiitah kakuppatah i 
panduramgah param brahma mama daivam vrsakapih i 
mimainsasastrajivatum Jaiminyadimunitrayam i sarasvatin 
ca natvaham vyakurve bhattadipikam i sri-Khandadevodi- 
tabhattacandrikam prasarayan sodasalaksanim bhuvi i sa 
bhattacandras samudeti yam vyadhan mahagnicit Bha- 



H>^ 173 K=^ 

skaraiTiya- Blifirati i paripurnavidhudayrinvnj'avyatirekanu- 
vidhayini sati l budhakrtkumudaprabodhakrdvisadarttliri 
bhuvi bhattacandrika i praripsitasya granthasyavighnata- 
dyarttham srlcakrasoraayagaii slesena stauti ii diksfimga 
iti I etc. 

F. 17b: — iti bhattacandrikayam candrodayanamni tika- 
yam Bhaskararayasya krtau prathamaddhyaye adimah 
padah ii 

I, 1 ends f. 17b, I, 2 f. 34b, I, 3 f. 66, I, 4 f. 95b (end 
of the first Adhyaya), II, 1 ends f. 115b. 

It breaks oft (t. 133b) with the words: — sfdiityanavagame- 
neti saptadasapasughatitasamudayasyaikasya pratisamban- 
dhitvena devatatvanvayakaleniipasthitatvad ity artthah. 

(3) 

A fragment belonging to the BhaffadlpiJ^-d (ff. 6). 

It begins: — kamyapasiikande vayavyam svetani illabheteti 
siutam tatra svetam ity atra svetasabdasya dvitiyantatvepi 
bhavanaya bhavyajanakajanakam, etc. 

It ends: — itibhattadlpiklyapaurnamasyadhikaranaprasam- 
uaritih ii harili om ii 



120. 

WmsH Xo. 117. 

Size: 13tX1|- in., (1) + 225 leaves, 8 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18th or 19th cent.? 
Character: Malayalam. 

The A^tdiigahrdmia, by Ydghluita, incomplete (I, 1 to 
I\^, 18). See the excellent edition of the work by Dr. 
Anna Moreshvar Kimte (Bombay 1880). 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye namah avighnam astu 
ragadirogan satatanusaktan asesakayaprasrtan asesan au- 
tsukyamoharatidah jaghana yopurvavaidyaya namostu ta- 
smai I athata ayiiskaralyan namaddhyayam vyakhyasyamah 
iti ha smahiir Atreyadayo maliarsayah i etc. 



->i 174 H$- 

The Sutrasthdna (in 30 Adhyriyas) ends f. 82, the &d- 
rirastlidna (in 6 Adhyayas) f. 108, the Niddnasthdna (in 
16 Adhyayas) f. 145. 

It ends with the 18*^ Adhyaya of the Cikitsitasthdna 
(f. 225): — visarpe(read °sarpo) na hy asamsrstas sosra- 
pittena jayate raktani evasrayas casya bahusosram hared 
atah na ghrtam bahudo!?aya deyam van na virecanam i 
tena dosopy upastabdhas tvagraktapisitam pacet ii cikitsite 
astadasah kusthacikitsitam iyah ii 



121. 

WmsH No. 118. 

Size: 18x2 in., (1) + 1 + 197 leaves, from 9 to 12 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Probably 18tii cent. 

Character: Malayalam. 

Injuries: Some leaves damaged by insects. Part of leaf 196 lost. 

A Commeiitaiy on KdUddsa's Kumar asamhhava, hy 
Isdrdyana, a pupil of Krsna. Saigas 1 — Till, with lacuna 
from II, 58 to III, 76. 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye iiamah ! avighnam astu i 
satpadamukharitagandam kotirabhaiTimva(i'ead "bhrirava?)- 
baddhasasikhandam pranamata varanatundam padakamalam 
pranatasakalasurasandam apara + runapiirataramgitadr- 
gahcalam kalayakomalacchayah janaklnayakam bhaje i . . . . 
pracinacaryakrtas suvicaryyakuniarasambhavavyakhyah ba- 
laprabodhanarttham lalitam karavani vivaranan tasya i 
piacinasurivihite mahati prabhute vyakhyantare viphala 
esa parisramo me vatiprakrimasubhage malayadrijamtavate 
phalain kim u karotu mukhaniloyam i vyakhyaisa tu tathapi 
pradarsitanvayapadartthavakyarttha vivrtasamasavaratam 
giirutaram upacarara acarayet {sic) i vyakhyantaresu drstesu 
vimrstesv api tatvatah subhagas Sivadasokto margga eva- 
nugamyate i bhuvi khalu mahakavih Kalidasah parvati- 
pararacsvarapavitracaritravicitram kumarasambhavabhidha- 



-^ 175 H$- 

nam kavyam cikir>uh asirnamaskriya vastunirdeso vapi 
taumukliara ityadivacauanusarena vastunirde.san tavat ka- 
roti astiti i na tu kavye yava(read yad a°?)saddhyam ta- 
danusfirenaiva ktlvyasarajfia karttavya i yatlia yudhisthira- 
vijaya-janakiharana-sisuprdavadLaprablirtluara atra tu ta- 
rakasuranigrahah kavye saddliyataya nirddistali i etc. 

F. 36 b: — iti srI-K]'.snasya ' NaiTiyanasya krtau Kiima- 
rasaiubliavavivarane prathamas sarggab ii ii 

P. 54 ends with the commentary on II, 58. Up to f. 54 
the leaves are numbered by Ak>;aras, then begins a new 
I'ohation (by figures) and a different handwriting with f. 55 
where we find the commentary on III, 76 (last verse of 
Sarga 3). 

The III'^*^ Sarga ends (f. 55):— iti srl-Kr.^nasisyasya 
Karayanasya krtau kumarasambhavavivarane ti'tlyas sa- 
rggab II 

Sarga IV ends f. 70 b, Sarga V f. 110b, Sarga YI 
f. 132b, Sarga VII f. 165. 

The eighth Sarga begins: — harih atha purvasarggopa- 
ksiptan devasya uavavadhiivisayain prathamanuraganantara- 
sainbhutani sambhogam varnnayitum astamas sarggoyam 
arabhyate tatra Madhavenoktara atra'?tamas sarggo gauri- 
sambhogavarnnanatvad vacayitum srotum vyakhyatuh ca 
na yuktam etacchilanan devatasapad ayusah ksayo bhavi- 
yyati iti daksinavartte na punah asya prakaranasya siva- 
yos sambhogavisayatvad rasabhavan vivicya vaktum bi- 
bhemi tasmad anvayamatram atradhikriyate ity uktam 
Ai'unacalanathena tu tad ubhayam api dusitara ay am kila 
tasyabhiprayah pfirvatiparamesvarayos sariramatragraha- 
nam api lokanugraharttham eva yathoktam bliagavato vi- 
ditam^ vo yatha svarttha name (read nama?) kascit pra- 
vrttayah iti i devya api sarlragrahanadikam lokanugraha- 
rttham eva iti devimahatmyadisu tatra tatra pratipaditam 
trividha hi loke janah mukta mumuksavas saktas ceti i . . . 
yena kenapi prakarena bhagavati manahpranidhanam eva 



» Read Krsnasisyasya, so all the other colophons. 
2 bhagavata viditah pi-, m. 



•^ 17G r<r 

raiiktilvaranam ity uktam' bhagavate i kamam krodham 
bliayam sneham aikyam saulirclam eva va nityam haraii 
vidadhato yanti tanmayatam hi te iti mahakavir api ka- 
luinan cittam iiarvatlparamesvarapadaravindavasaktam vi- 
dliatum evastamesmin sargge Yatsyayanasastranusarinim 
padavim uraricakara i etc. 

Sarga VIII ends f. 196, and the MS. breaks off on 
f. 197 with the words: — nanu yadi bhavya maduktapraka- 
ratvam eva virupaksasyaniiditam tarhi tatpraptimatra- 
phalat tapaso viramyatani ata aha i mama manah atra 
sthiraip. 

122. 

Whish No. 119. 

Size: lofxl-i- in., (1) -f 136 leaves, from 8 to 10 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Kollam 962 = A. D. 1787. 

Character: Malayalam, 

The Ndmaliiigdimsdsana , by AmarasimJia, or the 
AmaraJiOsa, with a Malay ahxm gloss. 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye namah avighnam astu 
srlgurubhyo namah mama gurave namah yasya jhana- 
dayasindhor agadhasyrmagha gunah I etc. . . . svar avyayara 
svargganakah tridivah tridasalayah suraloko dyodivau dve 
striyau klibe trivistapam ii 6 ii svah i avyayam 1 svarggah i 
nakah i tridivah [ tridasalayah i suralokah i ivadim pulim- 
gam II dyauh i okarantam i divauh i vakarantam i dveh i 
striyauh i kllbe trivistapani i ivanu ii svarggattinnuperah ii 
amara nirjjara devas, etc. 

Kanda I ends on f. 30, Kanda II on f. 9G. 

Kanda III ends (f. 136): — sastyantaprakpadas sena- 
stheyan namalimganusasanam ii aksarain yat paribhrastam 
etc. . . . avedomam aham vande menadeyaya te namah 
asurat praiiinosyedam etat sarvam apalayam ii . . . srina- 
rayanaya namah srlkrsnaya namah . . . srisiiryadisarva- 
grahebhyo namah kollam toUayiratta arupattarantainata 
kannimasarp, etc. (Date, scribe, and benedictions in Mala- 
yalam language.) 



-^' 177 f<^ 

123. 

Whish No. 121. 

Size: IS-^Xl-g- in., 107 leaves, generally 8 or 9 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18 tb or 19 tu cent.? 
Character: Malay alara. 

The BharttrlMvija i. e. Bhaffikdvi/a, with the Commentary- 
called Jayamaufjald, Sargas I — III complete, beginning of 
Sarga IV, and V, 8— VI, 71. 

It begins: — hari srlganapataye namah avighnam astu i 
srigiirubhyo namah i pranipatya sakalavedinam atidustara- 
Bharttrkavyasalilanidheh jayamamgaleti namna naukeva 
viracyate tika i laksya(m) laksanan ca dvayam e(ka)tra vi- 
dusani pradar^ayitum ^n-Svamisunuh kavir Bharttrnfima 
ramakathasrayam maha,kavyafi cakara, etc. 

F. 17 b: — iti Bharttrkavyatikayan jayamamgalayam pra- 
kirnnakande ramasambhavo nama prathamas sarggah ii 

Sarga II ends f. 40b, Sarga III f. 58 b. 

After f. 60 there is a lacuna extending from IV, 11 
to V, 8. 

V, 106 ends f. 85b (f. 86 which should be the end of 
Sarga V seems to be misplaced). 

The MS. breaks off (in the Commentary on VI, 71) 
with the words: — sakhyasya tava sugrivah karakah kapi- 
nandanah drutan drastasi maithilyas s[v]aivam uktva tiro- 
bhavat l ito bulficav ity adina krtam adhikrtyocyate 
krtyanam akrtyanani krdantarbhavepi bhavakarmano(h) 
krtya iti visesapratipadanarttham prthagadhikaravacanain 
^esas tu krtah kartta. 



124. 

WmsH No. 122. 

Size: 16^x2 in., 67 leaves, 9 or 10 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: End of 17 1^ or beginning of IStli cent.? 

12 



-^ 178 r^ 

Character: Malayalam. The leaves are numbered by letters, 
as follows: ka = l, ka = 2, ki=3, ki = 4 . . . kau = 14, kam = 15, 
kah = 16, kha = 17 etc. 

Injuries: The MS. is much damaged, many leaves broken, and 
lines lost. 

(1) 

The SuldhdntaseJihara, by Srlpcdi, in 20 Adhyayas 
(ff. 1—40). 

It begins: — ******* taye namali aviglinam astu (i) yat- 
tejah pitrdhamni sitamahasah patlioyame mandale sam- 
krantam kumudakarasya kuriite kantim vikasadhuyain'(i) 
cancaccaiicuputai[h]^ cakoranikarais caplyatesau ciran trai- 
iokyalayadipako vijayate devo uidhis tejasam (n) nijaguru- 
padadvandvam krtva manasy atibhaktito ganakatikika-Sri- 
purvoyam Patir dvijapumgavah (i) spliutam avisamam ma- 
ndaprajiiaprabodliavivrddhaye lalitavacanais siddhantanam 
karoti hi sekharam (i) satanandaddhvastiprabhrtitiitiparya- 
ntasamayapramanam bhudhisnyagrahanivahasamsthanaka- 
thanam (i) grahendranah caras sakalaganitam yattrgaditam 
(read yantraganitam?) sa siddhantah prokto vipulaganita- 
skandhakusalaih (ii) kratukriyartthah srutayah pradistah 
kalasrayas te kratavo niruktah i etc. 

F. 3b: — iti Sripativiracite siddhantasekhare grahabha- 
ganaddhyayah prathamah ii 

The 2'^'^ Adhyaya (maddhyamadhikaroddhyayah) ends 
f. 8, the 3'd A. f. 12, the ^'^ A. f. 17 b [one leaf missing 
between ff. 17 and 18], the 5*^ A. (candragrahana) f. 19, 
the 6*^^ A. (suryagrahana) f. 19 b, the 7*'^ A. (parvanayana) 
f. 20, the 8*1^ A. (pata) f. 21, the 9*^ A. (grahodayasta- 
maya) f. 21b, the 10*^^ A. (candra) f. 23, the 11*^ A. 
(grahayiiddha) f. 25, the 12"^ A. (bhayoga) f. 27, the 
13 til A. (vyaktaganita) f. 29 b, the 14*^ A. (avyaktaganita) 
f. 31b. 

After f. 34 three leaves (gi, gu, gii) are missing. 

The 16*5^ A. (golavarnana) ends f. 36, the 17«^ A. (rahu- 
nirakarana) f. 36b, the 18*^ A. (grahanopavarnana) f. 37b, 
the 19 1^ A. (yantravidhana) f. 39. 

* For vikasadhuyam the metre requires ^ m. 



->i 179 HS- 

The 20"' Adliyaya ends (f. 401j): — iti siddhilntasekhare 
Sripativiracite siddhantasekhare prasnavidhanaddhyayo 
Tim^ali II nama§ ^ivaya srisuryadisarvagraliebhyo namah 
srikrsnaya namah ii ii ii 

Amongst the authorities quoted are Aryabhata, Jisnu- 
nandana, Sritrivikrama. 

(2) 

The Mdlidhhdsluiriya Karmanihandhana, in 8 Adhyayas 
(ff. 41 — 54), based on the Aryabhata. 

It begins (f. 41): — harih ^rlganapataye namah kalam 
bibhartti ksanadakarasya yah prakasitasam sirasa gabha- 
stibhih namostu tasmai suravanditaptaye samastavidyapra- 
bh(av)aya sarnbhave jayanti bhanoh kamalavabodhinah kara 
himamsor vanitananatvisah sasuritarasphutadirggharasmayo 
dharasutajfiaskisita(?)tvisah punah tapobhir aptam sphuta- 
tantram asmakah ciratvam abhyetu jagatsu satgrahaih ciran 
ca j]\7asur apetakalmasa Bhatasya sisya jitaragasatravah 
navadrirupagniyutam mahlbhujam sakendranamnam sata- 
varsasagraham dvisatkanighnam gatamasasamyutani, etc. 

F. 44: — iti mahabhaskariye karmmanibandhane pratha- 
moddhyayah ii 

It ends (f. 54): — Bhaskare mithunaparyyavasane sarva- 
ritigunasaptaghati syat aksacapaganitam vada tasmin 
lambakena sahyatani viganayya Bhaskarena paricintya 
krtoyara mandabuddhiparibhogasamartthah samyag Arya- 
bhatakarmanibaudha spastavakyakaranais samavetah spa- 
stasthanekakirane cchedyake grahane raveh yad ihasti tad 
annyatra yan nehasti na tat kvacit ii iti mahabhaskariye 
astamoddhyayah ii mahabhaskariyam samaptam ii aksaram 
yat paribhrastam matvadhinan tu yat bhavet ksantum 
arhanti vidvarasah kasya nasti vyatikramah ii arddhad 
unah ca dhiimrani syat krsnam arddhadhikam bhavet 
vimuhcatah kr!>nadhumram kapilam sakalagrahe ^rikrsnaya 
namah namas sivaya sivam astu ll ii II 

(3) 

Fragment of some treatise on astronomy (if. 55—66). 

12* 



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It begins (f. 55): — harih Bhaskaram abhivandyahan 
nikhilagrahagativisesabodhakaram vaksye vyatipatadijiiSno- 
payam samasena ayanacalanan dvigunitam praksipyarke 
tyajet tarn rtubhanvoh sistasame sitamsau kramasali kila- 
latavaidhrtav uditau sayanacalane tasmin yady uttaram 
ahivad adha upari sikhivad avagayanes tastatopi tat su- 
ksmata ganitavasat suryendvor bimbayogarddhad atpake- 
pakramantare vyatlpatahuli, etc. 

F. 66 ends: — vainnye sobhanam ambikaramanabham 
riktan apurnambhasam suktis sukrasasamkamandadivasa 
simbasvigostrlghatah vastre surppabham uttamam himakaro 
raaddhyo vyayaristhito na srisendujalesapapadivasah. kannya 
*** mesalinam ii 33 ii ii 



125. 

Whish No. 123. 

Size: 15jXl-g- in., (1) + 46 leaves, 8 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Probably ISt^ cent. 

Character: Malayalam. 

Injuries: Some leaves damaged by fire. 

The Ktdacilddmani , or Laglmstiitimaliabhasya, a Com- 
mentary on Laghuhhaftdraka's Lagliustuti , by Simhardja, 
in 21 Vrttas, with an introduction in Malayalam. The 
text is printed as the first part of the Fcmcastavl in the 
'Kavyamala', Part III (1887). Mr. Whish describes the 
work as '■^Vimsatl with Commentary of Simha-raja". 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye namah avighnam astu 
aindrasyevetyadi | esa i asau i tripura i vah aghara i sa- 
hasa I sada i cchindyat i eic. (follows Commentary in Ma- 
layalam language). 

F. 15 b: — athedanim adyavrttam vimyate i aindrasyeva 
^arasanasya dadhati maddliyelalatam prabham sauryyim 
kantim anusnagor iva sirasy atanvati sarvatah esasau 
tripura hrdi d}aitir ivosnamsos sadahasthita chindyad vas 
sahasa padais tribhir aghah jyotirraayl vanmayi (i) sriman- 



-^ 181 f<-. 

maharajasamaksam evan trailokye svatta' sicldliena sidJlia- 
sarasvatena ^rimatgurukataksapatamatreiia samsiddhis tat- 
ksanam eva sarasvati mandiraya raanavadanambujo Lagliu- 
bhattarako nijalabhaprakarsas sarvesam bhavatv iti buddhya 
i:)aramesvarya jyotirmaylsvariipam vanmayisvarupafi ca 
prapancara pratipadayan tatkalavarttinas sadasya pratya- 
^irvadam karoti i etc. 

F. 23: — srimat-Siraharajakrte laghustutisriraanmahaman- 
trabhasye kulacudamanau prathamavi-ttam sampurnnam ii 

It ends: — dhruvara niscitara addbyayanam karisyatiti di- 
vyasiddbarsimanavaugbagurvacchinnaparamparyagatam as- 
min mahatsvacchandasamgraban tenedam Simbarajena 
maya sucaritina^ krtam lagbustutimabubbasyam asesaga- 
masammitam ii iti Simbarajakrtau bigbustutimababbasye 
kulaculamanau ekavimsativrttam sarapurnnam ii Lagbu- 
bbattrirakaya namab Simbarajaya namab sivaya iiamab 
^ivaya namab subbani astu ii 



12G. 

Whish No. 125 a. 

Size: 12|x2 in., (1) -f- 40 [numbered by letters from a, fi, i, I etc. 
to am. ah, ka, kha, etc. to blia] -\- 143 [numbered as ff. 77—219] leaves, 
8 or 9 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: 18 th cent.? 

Character: Malayalam. 

(1) 

Fragment of a Commentary on tbe Blmgavata-Pardm, 
in Malayalam language. (Ff. 40.) 

(2) 

Fragment of tbe Bhdgacida- Purdna, Skandba X, 
Adbyayas 57 to 84 in Malayalam language (ff. 77—202), 
and Adbyayas 85 to 90 in Sanskrit (ff. 202 b— 219 b). 



1 Doubtful reading. 

2 May be read also samcarlo. Read sukliarltina? 



-^ 182 f<.- 

It ends: — ksitibhujopi yayur yadartliah ii iti sribhaga- 
vate mahapurane paramahamsasamhitayam sribhagavate 
mahapurane dasamaskandhe navatitamoddhyayah ii ^rikr- 
snaya namah ii k^antum arhati. 



137. 

Whish No. 126. 

Size: 9fxlf in., (1) + 77 leaves, 10 or 11 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18tii or 19th cent.? 
Character: Malayalam. 

The Kuvalaydnanda , by Apimyya Diksita, complete. 
See above No. 109. 

It begins: — harih ^riganapataye namah avighnam astu 
parasparatapassampatphalayitaparasparau prapahcamata- 
pitarau prancau jayapati stumah i etc. 

It ends: — amum kubalayanandam akarod Arppadlksitah 
niyogad Vemkatapater nnirupadhiki-panidhe(h) i candraloko 
vijayatam saradagamasambhavah hrdyali kuvalayanando 
yalprasadad abhud dhruvam ii ii srigurubhyo namah ii 
prakprsthekhilaphelavam^atilakas surltcaramobhavac chrl- 
man cekamarutpradesa iti va gehentarasrenike talputrasya 
ca sankarasya kavipatmarkaksamad eva sisyalpajiiasya hi 
pustakam smarata ity etsudhi praudhakah ii ii subham 
astu 11 

128. 

Whish No. 127. 

Size: 17f Xlfl in., 82 4- (1) leaves, from 8 to 10 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Probably early 18tii cent. An entry by Mr. Whish is 
. dated 'Calicut 1824'. 
Scribe: Rama. 

Character: Malayalam. The leaves are numbered by Aksaras in 
the same way as No. 19. 

Injuries: Leaves 1, 38—41 damaged, other leaves slightly damaged. 



^i 183 f^ 



(1) 



The Kdvyapralaisa (by Jxdjdnalia Maniniala and Alal.a, 
in 10 Ullasas. Ff. 1 — 4 contain the Sutras only, ff. 4 — 51 
the Sutras with the Commentary. On the authorship of 
tills work see Peterson, II, p. 13 sqq. The Bodleian 
MS. Sansk. e. 61 (Hultzsch Collection Xo. 172) contains a 
Sarada MS. of the work, in which the colophon is: — iti 
kavyaprakasabhidhani kavyalaksanani samUptaiu krtis srl- 
Rajanaka-Mammatakalakayoh II 

The text begins: — ******* niyatikrtaniyamarahitam 
hladaika ***** paratantram navarasaruciran nirmmitim 
adadhati bharati leaver jjayati kavyam ya^asertthakrte, etc. 

It ends (f. 4): — esan dosa yathayogam sarnbhavautopi 
kecana i uktesv antah patantiti na prthak pratipaditah ii il 
ity esa mrirggo vidusrim vibhinnopy abhinnarfipali prati- 
bhasate yat na tad vicitrara yad amutra samyag vinirmmita 
samghataneva hetuh ii ii iti kavyaprakase dasama ullasah ii ii 

Then the Commentary begins: — harih sriganapataye 
namah i grantharambhe vighnavighataya samucitestadeva- 
tam granthakrt paramrsati i niyatikrtaniyamarahitam hla- 
daikamayim ananyaparatantram navarasaruciran nirmmitim 
adadhati bharati kaver jjayati i niyatisaktya niyata- 
rupa, etc. 

It ends: — purvoktayaiva dosajatyantarbhavita na prthak- 
(prati)padanam arhantiti sampurnam idam kavyalaksanam ii 
iti kavyaprakase dasama ullasah ii ity esa marggo vidusam 
vibhinnopy abhinnarupah pratibhasate yah na tad vicitraoi 
yad amutra samyag vinirmmita saragha(ta)naiva hetuh ii 
samaptam kavyaprakasam n sripatmarabha(read ^ri-Padma- 
nabha?)gurupadasaroruhotthan reniin bhavabdhitarana- 
sthirasetubhutan ajfianasantamasabhedasahasrarasmidha- 
mno namamy akhilalokahitaikasilan ii kavyaprakasanrime- 
dam vicitram kavyalaksanam i preksavataii camatkaraka- 
ranam likhitam maya ii il on namo narayanaya ii n on 
namas sivaya ii agamikala ujaye pratape cSyati smrta i 
agaminyam samvddhau ii ii karakytam aparadham ksantum 



-^ 184 r<- 

arhanti santah ii Ramena likhitam idam pustakam ii sri- 
govindaya namali ii . . . liarih ii harahara ii ii 

(2) 

The Brahmapm-a Stotra, with a Commentary (ff. 52 — 54). 

F. 52 begins: — pracetasam brabmaparam mune srotum 
icchamah paramam stavam japata kanda^nadevo yena- 
raddhyata kesavah i Somali i paramparam visna para- 
parah parah parebhyali paramartthariipl, etc. 

F. 53 begins: — brahmaparamayam vedantartthamayam 
brahmasabdapracuram va visnutatvapratipaditatvat sto- 
trasya tadvijijfiasubhi sprstas Soma uvaca I paramparam 
ity adi 1 etc. 

F. 54 ends: — kathan ca na iti syat patakan tad api 
banty urugayapada iti bhagavatokteh i brabmaparam sto- 
tram II 

(3) 

The Faramartliasarcivivaram , a Commentary on the 
^emrycl (ascribed to Sesanciga), hjRdghavduanda (ff. 55 — 82). 
Cf. Burnell, Tanjore, p. 93 b. Hultzscb II, p. 131. 

It begins (f. 55): — sriganapataye namah avighnam 
astu 11 agnisomatmana nayudhadharam akhilavyaptam 
asyamghridosnam sahasrair jniktam antabkrtasuranivaham 
svaprabhotbha^sitasam (i) netrair arkenduriipair vilasitam 
analogranana **3 travarnam bhiisa **4 bhipradiptavayavam 

avatu vo visvarupam murareli i srlmac-Cham- 

karamarggamaddhyava satis .^akhasatalarakrtas samsarar- 
kagabhastitaptatanubhis samsevitamgbrir jjanaih (i) Krsna- 
nandamahiruhomrtarasapiirnair aptirvaih phalais citram 
pritim upasakesu janayan jiyan mahlmandale I ase.sopani- 
sasara(read satsara?)siddha tatvanugaminl Eaghavanauda- 
munina ^esaryeha vimrsyate i paramartthasarasam(jna)m 
granthan ciklrsur acaryas tasyavighnaparisamaptipracaya- 
gamanabhyam sistacaram paripalanaya ca visistestadevata- 

1 Doubtful, very indistinct. Read kanjanabhadevo? 

2 olla (corrected to tbha?). 

3 illegible. Wanted two long syllables. 

4 Illegible. Looks like diyo or diko. Wanted one long syllable. 



-^ 185 H$- 

pranamalaksanam manigalam mukhatas sampadayann 
arttliatah rirambhupeksitara visayaprayojanasarpbandha- 
dhikarilaksanam anubandhacatustayam aviskaroti I etc. 

It ends: — aryrivi-ttiisloknnfim paficasitya asitis ca pafica 
ca tatas catasrbhir videhamuktir ukta tatas tisrbhih kra- 
mamuktir eva caturasitir iyfintim aryeti paficasitir arya bha- 
vatlti parama,rttbasriravivara(na)m eta(d) Govindacandrikaya 
samhrtasamsrtikapaC?) sambbuta Raghavanandat (ii) yosau 
bbati caracaratmakajagadrupena bbiitya svaya yas canan- 
tasukhaikatanavimalasYanmara('?) " prabodbasvarat (i) yatsva- 
rajyam ameyam agamagiras samlaksa(ya)nty aksayas ta- 
smai visvabrdistbitaya mabate pumse namas kurmabe ii ii 
iti paraniai'ttbasaravivaranam samaptam ii ii srigurubbyo 
namab ii . . . sri-Vedavyasaya namab ii baribarabiranya- 
garbbebbyo namab ii ii ii 

129. 

Whish No. 128. 

Size: 10}xll in., (2) + 107 + 24 + (2) leaves, from 10 to 12 lines 
on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: ISt^i or 19tii cent.? 

Character: Malayalam. Numbering of leaves by Aksaras in the 
same way as No. 19. 

(1) 

Tbe SmrticandriJal, hj Deia oy Deranua Bhattopddhydya, 
son of Kesavdditya Bliatfojiudli/jdya, Pariccbeda I of tbe 
Yyavabarakaiida. "Tbe autbor's name sbows tbat be was 
a Telugu", Burnell, Tanjore, p. 133. 

Another copy of tbe same work in No. 141. 

It begins: — barih sriganapataye namab avigbnam astuh 
sarasvatipatim vande sriyab patim umapatim tvisam patim 
ganapatim brbaspatimiikban munin pade pade praskba- 
latam pradipadistbitav api drastfnam drstivisaye candrika 
pravitanyate i atbedfinlm vyavabrirakandam arabliyate ii 
tatradau vyavabarasvarupam nirupyate i tatra Brbaspatib i 

1 Head osvantah, or otvan mato? 



-^ 186 H$- 

dharmmapradhanah purusah, etc. See Burnell, Tanjore 
p. 134. 

F. 2: — iti smrticandrikayam vyavaharasvarupam niru- 
panam ii 

F. 7: — smrticandrikayam astadasapadanirupaiiam ii 

F. 9b: — iti smr° vyavaharabhedah ii 

F. 26: — iti smr° pratijnavadah II 

F. 41b: — iti smr° lekbyaniriipanam ii 

F. 46b: — iti smr° lekhyapariksa ii 

F. 55b: — iti smr° saksipariksa ii 

F. 74: — iti smr° saksivisayani o samaptaii ca saksipra- 
karanam ii athasaksipratyayah tatra Naradah i etc. 

F. 85: — iti smr° rtuto divyavyavastha, ii 

F. 102: — iti smr° dandaviifayani ii 

It ends (f. 107): — iti smrticandrikayam balayantadi(?)- 
dhanavisayani ^ ii harili ii sri - Kesavadityasamutbhavasya 
Devasya santadvijarajamiirttes sa candrikam prapya sukhena 
lokan kurvantu sarvavyavaharasiddhim ii iti sakalavidya- 
visarada-sri-Kesavadityabhattopaddhyayasiinu-yaiijika - De- 
vena * bhattopaddhyayasomayajiviracitayam smrticandrika- 
yam vyavaharakande pratliamah paricchedali ii atreyarn 
prakarananuiDurvi vyavaharasvarupanarn astadasanirupanani 
vyavaharabhedanirnnetrnirnnayadharmmasthanevasthanam 
vyavaliaradarsanavidhih ii krsnaya namali il 

(2) 

The Vycwalidramdlikd , the beginning only. See Ind. 
Off. Ill, pp. 456 — 8 ("Yyavaharamala, a manual of civil 
law (? by Varadaraja) much used in Malabar"); Hultzsch II 
(No. 1472), p. 139. 

It begins: — liarih sriganapataye namah avighnam astuh 
srigurubhyo namah namostu narasimhaya bhaktanugraha- 
karine ajaya bahurupaya sarggasthityantakarine i manu- 
mukhyasarassamutbhavais sukumaraih prasavair vacoma- 

1 No. 141 = Whi8li No. 143 reads baladidbana o. 

2 Read yajiiika-Devanna? But MS. No. 141 also reads oyajuika- 
Devena. 



-^ 187 K- 

yaih tridivaptiphalair nni-pocitrim racayami vyavaharama- 
likam i sri-Naraclah Manuh Prajapatir yasmin kale rajyam 
abiibhujan dharmniaikatanah, etc. 

Some of the chapters are: — vyavaharavalokanadharmmah 
(f. 1), sabhasabhyopadesah (f. 2,b), vyavaharalaksanam (f. 3), 
hinalaksanara (f. 6), saksipratyuddhrti (f. 7 b), rajasasana- 
laksanam, dusitalekhyapariksa (f. 9 b), lekhyaprakaranam 
(f. 10), agnividhi (f. 13b), visavidhi (f. 14b), sapathavidhi 
(f. 15 b), rnasya deyadeyavidhih (f. 20), nityadanasya pra- 
karah (f. 24), etc. 

It breaks off (f. 24b) with the following words: — dasya- 
dhikaranam i abhyupetyasususrusa samaptah i Naradah i 
bhrtaniim vetanasyokto danadHnavidhikramah vetanasyana- 
pakarma tadvivadapadam smrtam ii 



130. 

AVmsH No. 129. 

Size: 9x If in., 54 leaves (but f. 3 missing), 8 or 9 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Probably early 18tii century. 

Character: Malayalam. 

Injuries: First leaf damaged. 

Fragment of ^ankara's Commentary on the Visnusaha- 
srandman. 

It begins: — parayanam tasmin loke ckam parayanam 
param ayanam praptavyam pa *** *** ** *** **** ya- 
granthis chidyante sarvasamsayah ksiyante casya karmmani 
tasmin drste, etc. 

F. 24b: — namnSm satam adyarn vivrtani ii F. 29: — iti 
namna(n) dvitiyam ^atara ii F. 34: — iti trtiya(n) namnam 
satam vivrtam ii F. 39: — iti namnah caturtham satakam ii 

It breaks off with the words: — iti bhagavatsmaranat yan 
devan devaki devi vasudevad ajljanat bhaumasya brahmano 
guptyai diptam agnim ivaranih iti raaliribhrira(tam). See 
MBh. XII, 47, 28. 



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131. 

Whish ^0. 130. 

Size: 111 X ^i in., (1) + 155 + (15) leaves, 8 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: 18 th or 19tii cent.? 

Scribe: Anantakrsna, son of Govinda. 

CJiaracter: Malayalam. 

The Tuldlmverimdhatmya from the Agni-Pardna, in 
30 Adhyayas. 

Other copies in Nos. 51 and 186. 

It begins: — dharmmavarmma ca rajarsir etc., see No. 51 
above p. 63. 

E. 5b: — iti srimadagneyapurane tulakaverimahatmye pra- 
tbamodhyayah II 

F. 40: — ity agneyapuiTine tula° saptamoddhyayah ii sii- 
raingesaya namah ii 

F. 79b: — ity rigne° tula° pancadasoddhyayah ii 
It ends: — iti prasannanananlrajri muda . . . (see above p. 63) 
abhyapiijayan i ity agneyapurane tulakaverimahatmye trm- 

soddhyayah ii yadrsarn, etc Avadugdharanagurave namah i 

srikaveryai namah i sri - Govindan putran Anantakrsnan 
svahastalikhitam sriramgesaya namah ii . . . harih i 



132. 

WmsH No. 132. 

Size: 12x15- in., (1)-|-144 leaves, 7 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18th or 19th century? 
Character: Malayalam. 

The Bralimottm'alihanda (from the Skanda-Purdna?), 
Adhyayas 23 — 44. The beginning is similar to that of the 
Bodleian MSS. Walker 160 and 132 d (see Aufrecht-Ox- 
ford, p. 74 sq.), and Mitra, Notices No. 2567 (VIII, p. 19 sq.), 
but the work is not identical with either of these. 

It begins: — harih isriganapataye namah avighnam astu 
suklambaradharam visnum sa^ivarnnam ca*.urbhujam pra- 



~>-^ 189 f<- 

sannavadanam dhyayet sarvaviglinopabfintaye i akliyfitain 
bhavata purvani visinor mahatmyam uttamam sarvapapa- 
harani pimyam saraasena srutan ca nah i idanira srotum 
icchamo mahatmyam tripuradvisah tatbliaktanan ca maha- 
tmyam nissesaghaharam param tanmantranan tadvratanan 
tatppujayas ca sattama tatkathayas ca tatbhakteh pra- 
bhavam anuvarnnaya i sri-Sutah i etavad devamarttyanara 
sreyas sa sanatanam yad isvarakathayara vo jata bhaktir 
ahetuki, etc. 

Y. 5b: — iti brahraottarakhantle pahcakfaramahimanu- 
varnnanan nama trayovimsoddhyayah ii 

F. 24b:— iti l)rahmottarakhande ^ivacaturdasimahima- 
nuvarnnane candrdikammasasivavokapiTiptikatlianama (?) 
paficavimsoddhyayah a sriparvatyai namo namah subham i 
bhuyopi sivamahatmyam vaksyami paramatbhutam srnvatam 
sarvapapaghnam, etc. 

F. 48b: — iti biahmottarakhande pradosapujamahimami- 
varnnanan nama ekonatrimsoddhyayah ii 

F, 68: — iti brahmottarakhande somavaramahimfinuvarn- 
nane sivabhaktamahimanuvarnnanan nama ekatrirasoddhya- 
yah II 

F. 95b: — iti brahmottarakhande bhadrayurmiiktipra- 
ptikathanan nama sattrirasoddhyayah ii 

It ends: — yah pathec chrnuyac caiva puranam ^aivam 
uttamam sa vidhiiya sarvakarmmani sivaloke mahlyate i 
iti brahmottarakhande puranasravanamahimanuvarnnanan 
nama catuscatvarirasoddhyayah ii srlparvatiparamesvara- 
bhyam namah II . . . guriinara caranambhojaparagaparama- 
navah manomukuram asmakani puniyur anuvasaram ii su- 
bham astu I srigurubhyo namah srisulapanaye namo namah i 



133. 

WfflSH Xo. 133. 

Size: lOsXlf in-, 194 leaves, 6 or 7 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 19th cent.? 
Character : Malayalam- 



-^ 190 Hg- 

The Ndmaliugdnusasana (Amaralwsa) by Amarasimlm 
(I, 1 to III, 2), with an explanatory gloss in Malayalam 
language. 

It begins: — barih sriganapataye namah ii yasya jnanadaya- 
sindlior agadhasyanagha gunali i etc. . . . svali i ita * vya- 
yam i svarggah i nakali tridivali tridasalayali i suralokah i 
ivayancum pulimgam i dyauh okarantam i dyau vakara- 
ntam dve striyau i klibe i trivistapam i etc. 

It ends with the 2°'^ Varga of the 3""^ Kanda:— gra- 
mata i gramavrndam i Janata i janavrndam i dhumya i 
dhumavrndam i pasya[m] pas[y]avrndam i gavya i govrndam i 
prthak i prthak i dim stri i apim sahasram i sahasravr- 
ndam i karisyam karisavrndam i varmmanam(read °am) kava- 
savrndam atharvanadikam i atharvanavrndam i kli i iti 
samkirnnavarggah i 



134. 

Whish No. 134. 

Size: 10s X It in., (1) + 129 + (1) leaves, 8 or 9 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 19 th cent.? 
Character : Malayalam. 

The Kriyakaldpa (astronomical portion) of the Tantra- 
samgraJia, in 8 Adhyayas, together with a Commentary. 

There are several copies of the Tantrasamgraha in the 
Malayalam language in the Whish Collection. 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye namah avighnam astu i 
pratyuhavyuhaviratikarakam param mahah antahkarana- 
suddhim me vidadhatu sanatanam yatprasadat kavindra- 
tvam mandopi labhate k«anat tarn saradendusvacchamgim 
vande devim sarasvatim i narayanaii jagadanugrahajagaru- 
kam srinilakantliam api sarvavidam pranamya yat tantra- 
samgrahagatam grahatantrajataiji tasyaparafi ca vivrtim 
vilikhami laghvira i tatradau tavad acaryyah prarlpsita- 
prabandhapratyuhasamanayabhistadevatan namaskaroti i he 
visno nihitam kj-tsnan jagat tvayyeva karane jyotisah jyo- 



-^ 191 Kr- 

tise tasmai namo narayanaya te iti i he visno sarvavyapin 
yasmims tvayi krtsnam idaii jagan nihitam, etc. 

F. 5: — iti caitradaya eva can dram asah maddhvaditveno- 
ktah I etc. 

F. 12: — tatra prathamaddhyayoktaprakarena traira^ika- 
nita bhaganadika ye grahamaddbyamah i tebbyo bbaganan 
apasya sistebhyo bbaganan apasya ^istebbyo la^yadibbyo 
bbagatmakam upadistam svam svam mandoccani visoddhya 
yac cbisyate tad iha mandakendram ity abliidbiyate ii etc. 

F. 34b: — iti tantrasamgi'abasya kriyakalapam kramena 
samgrbya racite vyakbyanesmin purnnoddbyayo dvitiyo- 
bbat II 

Tbe S'-'i Adbyaya ends f. 75b, tbe 4*^ Adbyaya f. 90, 
tbe 5th Adbyaya f. 107b, tbe 6*^ Adbyaya f. 112b, tbe 
7*^ Adbyaya f. 116. 

It ends: — iti tantrasaingrabasya kriyakalapam kramena 
samgrbya racite tadvyakbyane purnnobbud a^tiiuioddbya- 
yab II samaptan cedam namas ^ivaya i etc. (follow some lines 
in Malayalam language). 



135. 

WmsH No. 136. 

Size: SjXIt in., 75 leaves, from 9 to 11 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18 th or 19th cent.? 
Character: Malayalam. 

Fragment of tbe Baldblidrata by Pauclit Agastya, ending 
witb tbe 9*h Sarga. Tbe complete work is said to contain 
20 Sargas, see Burnell, Tanjore, p. 159b; A. Holtzmann, 
Das Mababbarata, III, p. 44. 

It begins: — barib sriganapataye namab avigbnam astu 
asty atrinetraprabbava(b) kalatma sasiti naksatraganasya na- 
tbah yam varijasribaram aptavaco vamara barer llocanam 
amananti i sevyas surana(m) bimavarsipadas sambbavaniyas 
^irasa sivena mabiddbrabbartteva tamopabantrim yab kau- 
mudim divyanadini prasute i na jabnaviyais ca na yamii- 



-^ 192 ^^ 

nais ca na caparasam saritam payobhih yannya(?)dayenaiva 
sujatadhamno barahlyasim vrddhim upeti partthali i budhas 
tatobhim navasu grahesu ratnesu miiktaphalavan manojnah 
yalikarddamapatyam ilabhidhanam paryyagraliit pancasarS- 
yudharttah i tasyanujobhut puruhtitasarali Pururava bhu- 
valayasya gopta narayanoruprabhavam striyam yo jaya- 
sriya sarddham alabdha daityat i tasyayur ayurddamano 
ripunam asid anunasya gunais tanujali i hrsyadvaritri pu- 
lakankiuTibha raraja yasyaddhvaraytiparajih putras tadiyo 
Naliiisodhiriidhatrivistapam piinyayarani parasuh kutrapi 
sutramiii ciram pranaste svarajyam indras svayam era 
cakre i ajayatasmad anagho Yayatih pestur dvisam ucca- 
litasya yasya nabhasy udirnno balarenur asit ghano yasah- 
ketakajanmabetuli i etc. 

F. 8b: — ity Agastyapanditakrtau balabharate prathamas 
sarggali ii 

F. 31: — ity Agastyakrtau brdabbarate caturttbasarggah i 
F. 59 b: — ity Agastyakrtau balabbarate saptamas sa- 
rggali II 

F. 66 b: — ity Agastyakrtau balabharate astamasarggab I 
It ends: — pritosmi te prajnatamaya rajan yam icchasi 
bhratrsu tarn dadami uktas sa tenaivam upodhaharso ji- 
vantam aiccban nakulan narendrah i 101 i 



136. 

Whish No. 137. 

Size: lljXlj in., (1)4- 4<3 leaves, 8 or 9 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18th cent.? 
Character: Malayalam. 

A Commentary on Jayadeva's G'ltagovinda, in 12 Sargas. 

It begins: — hari sriganapataye nama avighnam astu i 
Jayadevanama kavih gitagovindabliidham prabandham 
vidadhanah tatpradipadyaiii vastupaksipann eva tanuirdde- 



-^4 193 r<~ 

^arupaiu mamgalam acarati raegliair ity adi he radhe ani- 
bara(m) meghair mmeduram vasantepi krsnahrtair mmegliais 
timirair va, etc. 

It ends: — yan nityair iti i yad vastu viriucagirijaprane- 
samukhyaih bralimesamukhyai[].i]r mmulmr(?)jjasam nana- 
karavicarasaracaturaih nanrividhacintavisesan nipunaih (read 
°cintavisesanipunaih?) yidvatbliir nnityair vacanaih upani- 
sadvrikyaili jadyapi (?) na nisciyate tad adyam param vastu 
divyair ramadhurai[hjs satsuktisamsodhitaih mrduktisara^o- 
dhitaih Jayadevakavyaghatitaih gitagovindavakyaih srirasya 
sima *' sah bhaktivisesasalinam cetasi cakastu sphuratu il 
iti srigltagovindavyakhyanc sarasarasiruhakso nama dva- 
dasas sarggah ii srikri?naya namah ii 



137. 

WmsH No. 139. 

Size: 11 ^ X It in., (1) + 70 -}- (1) leaves, from 8 to 10 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Probably middle of 18th cent. 

Character: Malayalam. 

The Suryasiddlidntavivarana , a Commentary on the 
Suryasiddhdnta, by Paramesvara , pupil of Rudra, in 
13 Adhyayas. 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye namah avighnam astu ii 
gurubhyo namah ii lokambayai namah i srisuryaya namah 
cidrupakriranam sarvagatam ksiragatajyavat yad yogidrsyah 
jagatas tarn raahahamsam asraye i vyakhyatara bha- 
skariyam laghu tad anu mahabhaskariyara sabhasyam 
pascal lilavati ca grahagativisayam kihcid anyac ca yena 
soyani sri-Rudrasisyo vadanajasisave suryasiddhantasama- 
stliam vaksyaty aspastam arttham ganitavisayagara karma 
tatraiva hi syat i tatra tavat bhagavata siiryena Maya- 
yoditam suryasiddhantam vivaksur ayam acfirya istadevata- 
pranamapurvakam Mayasiiryayos saravadamayaprasnottare 



I Aksara indistinct, looks like ju or fiju. 

13 



-5H 194 K- 

niyuktasya sCiryamsasya purusasya vacanafi ca kramat 
pradarsayati I acintyavyaktarupaya, etc. 

r. 11: — iti suryasiddhantavivarane pratliamoddliyayah II 
F. 20b: — iti Paramesvare suryasiddhantavivarane dviti- 
yoddliyayali ii ii 

F. 31: — iti Paramesvare triprasnaddbyayas trtiyab ii 
Adbyaya lY ends f. 34b, A. V f. 37 b, A. YI f. 40b, 
A. YII f. 44, A. YIII f. 47b, A. IX f. 50, A. X f. 52b, 
A. XI f. 55b, A. XII f. 68b. 

It ends: — etat te sarvam akbyatam rahasyam param 
atbhutam brahmaitat paramam punyam sarvapapaprana- 

^anam evam upasamhrtam sastram nilabjyos sam- 

gamat sauuiye sthitena paramadina siddhantam vivrtam 
sauram isvarenaivam atppasab^ ii iti Paramesvare suryasi- 
ddhantavivarane trayodasoddhyayah ii srilokambayai namah il 
^risuryadisarvagrahebhyo namali ii srisarasvatlprasadika ii 

138. 

Whish No. 140. 

Size: 9t X 1| in., (1) + 97 -]- (1) leaves, from 7 to 9 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: An entry by Mr. Whish is dated 1817 — which is very 
strange, as the date given at the end of the MS. is the Koliam 
year 998, i. e. A. D. 1823. 

Cluu-acter: Malayalam. The leaves numbered by Aksaras. 

The Saliasranama]}adijavrttl or metrical Commentary on 
the Visnusahasrandman. 

It begins: — harih srlganapataye namah i avighnam astu i 
yasmad asij jagad idam akhilam yena va tat pravistaii 
jivo bhutva khalu jalaravivan mayaya nirggunopi (i) yasminn 
ante vilayantarn paranandan conani (?)^ visnum vande mama 
hrdi uilayam sasvatam santam ekam ll srstvadisargge kavim 
atmamayaya svanabhipatmad akhilartthasiddhaye (l) vedan 
saharagair avadan (read avadat?) puratanan yas tarn gurun 
naumi sadartthasiddhaye (i) Yyasasisyo mahatejas sa Yai- 
^ampayano munih uvaca punar apy enam rajanam Jana- 

1 Id est alpasah. 

2 Metre wronjr. Four Aksaras wantino:. 



-3m 195 i<~ 

Diejayara ii srutvavadharya ni^citya dliarmman iianavidha(n) 
paran a^esenaiva kartsnyena nissesenavisamkaya i etc. 
It ends: — .sripiirvapurnnapriyavfidarena samparkasam^o- 

dliitamanasena vrttir mniaya kcsavapurnnanaiuMam ( ?) 

sahasrasya samlriteyam i laghuvrttir iyaia liaripadayugan 
drdliahhaktiiiiata katliita vimala suvimrsya naro yadi tSm 
prapafhed dlirtiki-tyaliarim sa vimuktimayat i iti srlsahasra- 
namapadyavrttau dasamasatam samaptam ii ii subham 
astu I sri-Vedavyasaya namah, etc. (Date etc. in Malayalam 
language.) 



139. 

AVmsH No. 141. 

Size: 7f xl? in., (1) + 102 + (1) leaves, 6 or 7 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: KoUam year 999, or A. D. 1824. 

Character: Malayalam. 

SodasakiHyd, a manual of domestic ceremonies (Jata- 
karman, Upanayana, Marriage, etc.), according to the 
school of Bodlidyana, in the Malayalam language, the 
Yedic Mantras being quoted in Sanskrit, e. g.: f. 9b: — 
mantram asma bhava parasu(r) bhava hiranyam asrtam 
bhava i vedo mai (read vai) putranamasi sa jiva ^aradas 
satam indrah sresthani dravinani dhehi cittin daksasya 
subliagatvam asme, etc. See ]\Iantrapatha II, 12, 1; 11, 33. 

F. 35: — mantram a tisthemam asmanam a^meva tvam 
sthiro bhava abhi tistha prtanyatas sahasva prtanEyatah i . . . 
mantram ya akrntann avayan ya atanvata yas ca devir 
antan abhi to dadhantha i tas tva devIr jjarasa sam vya- 
yantv ayusman idam pari dhatsva vasah i See Mantrap. II, 
2, 2; 5. 

F. 67: — mantram i sakhasi saptapada abhuma sakhyan 
te gameya i sakhyat te ma yosam sakhyan me ma 
yosthah i See Mantrapafha I, 3, 14. 

F. 79: — mantram yas tva hrda kirina manyamanomar- 
ttyam marttyo johavlmi i jatavedo, etc. See Mantrap. II, 
11, 5. 

13* 



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MO. 

WmsH No. 142. 

Size: Oj-xlf in-: 103 leaves, 9 or 10 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18tii or 19tii cent.? 
Character: Malay alam. 

The Ndrdyamya, a Stotra (by Ndrdyana Bhatta of 
Kerala). On the last page there is the following entry 
by Mr. C. M. Whish: "Narayaniyam; by a native of 
Malabar of the Vaisnava sect. The completion of the 
work by the author is dated 27*^ November 1586 O. S." 
The author is described as the 'most popular and well- 
admired author of Prakriyasarvasvam , Dhatukavyam, 
Narayanlyam, etc.', by the Maharaja of Travancore, JRAS., 
vol. XVI, 1884, p. 449. See No. 114. 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye namali avighnam astu i 
sandranandavabodhatmakam anupamitam kaladesavadhi- 
bhyan niryyuktan nityam uktan nigamasatasahasrena 
nirbhasyamanam aspastan drstamatre punar urupurusar- 
tthatmakam brahmatatvam tat tavat bhati saksat gurupa- 
vanapure hanta bhagyah jananam i etc. 

F. 18 marg.: venasya katha i 

F. 22 marg.: ajamilakatha i 

F. 24b marg.: liiranyaksakatha i 

F. 25 marg.: narasimhavataram i 

It ends: — ajhatva te mahatvara yad iha nigaditam vi- 
svanatha ksametha(h) i stotraii caitat sahasrottaram adhika- 
taram tvatprasadaya bhiiyat i dvedha narayanlyasrutisu 
ca janusa stutyatavarnnanena sthitam lilavatarair idam 
iha kurutam ayurarogyasaukhyam ii srikrsnaya nam ah 
narayaniyam samaptam ii ii srigurubhyo namah ii etc. 



141. 

Whish No. 143. 

Size: 9^Xl-^i in., (1) -f- 189 leaves, 8 or 9 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 



-^i 197 i<~ 

Date: Kollam 981, i. e. A. D. 180G, according to the scribe's 
colophon (written in Malayalam language) at the end of the MS. 
Character: Malayalam. 

The SmrticandnM, by Deva or Devanm BJiatfojjddhydya, 
son of Kesavdditi/a BhaffoiMdhydya, Paricclieda I of the 
Vyavaliarakanda. Another copy of the same work as 
No. 129 (1) (Whish No. 128). 



142. 

Whish No. 144. 

Size: 14x1 J in,, (11 + 99 leaves, 11 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date & Scribe: The MS. was copied by Krsuadvija in the Kollam 
year 985, i. e. A. D. 1810, according to the scribe's colophon : — Kollam 
toUayiratta empattaficamata makaramasain ancantiyyati coppaccayum 
rohiniyuiu suklapaksattit dvadasiyum Siiiihah karanavum kutiyadivam 
vatalayesanugrahena Ivrsiiadvijena likhitam pustakam ii 

Character: Malayalam. 

The Arutiranjinl, a Commentary on Jayadera's GUago- 
vindn, by Lalxsmidhara, in 12 Sargas. 

Another copy of the same work as No. 113 (1) (Whish 
No. 111). 



143. 

WmsH No. 145. 

Size: 9^ X Ij in. (and 7t X H in.), 16 + 21 + 19 + 5 + 11 leaves, 
6 (4, 5, or 7) lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: Early 19th cent.? 
Character: Malayalam. 

Various collections of Mantras for Tantric worship, and 
fragments of Tantric treatises. 

(1) A collection of 110 Mantras, beginning: — om hriiii 
6rim kllm am (?') nityakamesvari klim sarvasatvavasanka- 

I Indistinct. 



-^ 198 t<- 

rlsenali sarvastrlpurusavasankari aim kllm sauh sauh klira 
aim hrim namo bhagavativiccai (?) mahatripurasundaryyai 
namali, etc. 

F. 10 b: — na guror adhikam na guror adhikam na guror 
adhikam na guror adhikam sivasasanatas sivasasanatas 
sivasasanatas sivasasanatah | 110 i srigurucaranaravinda- 
bhyam namali ii ii 

(2) A fragment begins on f, 11: — adhare limganabhau 
hrdayasarasije talumiile lalate dvaipatre sodasare dvidasa- 
dasadale dvadasarddlie catuske vasante balamaddhye da- 
pbakarasabite kanthadese svaranam harnsan tatvarttba- 
yuktam sakaladalayutam varnnarupan namami i etc. 

This fragment breaks off on f. 13b, f. 14 contains some 
benedictions (namo ganesaya namo vidbatre, etc.), ff. 15 & 16 
contain another fragment. 

(3) Another Tantric treatise (or fragment), beginning 
(f. 1) : — caturbhujam mahavisnum samkhacakragadadharam 
manasa cintaye devam manasasnanam ucyate kbasthitam 
pundarikaksam mantramui'ttim harim smaret anantaditya- 
sankasam vasudevah caturbhujam samkhacakragadapatma- 
dharinani vanamalinarn syamalam, etc. 

(4) A Collection of Mantras, beginning (f. 1): — atha 
patram viti I om prakrtya vikarabuddhimatasrotratvak- 
caksujihvaghranavakpanipadapayupastha - sabdasparsarupa- 
rasagandha-akasaYayuvahnisalilabhumyatmana asuddhata- 
tvena am am ah aim atmatatvena sthuladeham pariso- 
dbayami sodhayeti bruyur aryyah, etc. 

F. 17 ends: — iti samkhapuja i gaingamgayai visvarupayai 
sadasivamrtayai narayanyai namo namali i 

Ff. 18 — 19 contain some tables of Mantras in four 
columns. 

(5) Another collection of Mantras begins (f. 1): — Sukra 
rsili amrtagayatri cchandah sarjjivani(read samjlvani?)- 
rudro devata aim sukrasapanam klim, etc. 

(6) A Collection of 50 Mantras, beginning (f. 1): — harih 
sriganapataye namah srimadvagdevatayya tva gananatbam 
pranamya ca natvri desikanathah ca sivanandarasam 
bruve ii 1 ii 



->i 109 H$- 

It ends: — anandamrtapuritaharapadarnbhojalavale sthitil 
sthairyopaglmaiii upetya bliaktilatika ^akhopa^akhil stbita, 
uccair inmanasakriyamrmapatalim akramya niskalmasa 
nityal)histaplialaprada bhavatu me salkarmraasamvar- 
ddbita ii 50 ii 

lU. 

Whish No. 1-16. 

Size: fl-s X It in., (l) + 52 leaves, 9 or 10 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: ISt^i or 19th cent.? 
Character: Malayalam. 

(1) 

Tbe Prasnasamgralia , from the Sdrasamgraha, a treatise 
on astrology. 

It begins: — sriganapataye namab avighnam astu srl- 
suryadisarvagrahebhyo namali (i) stiryendvagnivilocanam 
girisutfiraktani budliuntasvrkam devedyam rajatacalendra- 
bhrgubhuh konadhivasotsukam sarppalamkrtacaruvigraba- 
mayam vrddboksaketura bhaje kantbantarggatakalakiita- 
gulikan ceHuranatbam sivam i 1 i maddhyatavyadhipam 
pranamya kamalam prane^varam sarapade krsniyaprabhrtira 
vicarya bahudha prasniigaman afijasa saragrhyapi guru- 
ditam laghudhiya(m) bodhaya padyair nnavaih prcchasam- 
graham adadhamy aham asau dcyva(read daiva)jnatustyai 
bhavet i 2 i skandhesu trisu sasramali krtamanas siddhanta- 
bhedesu va paficasv attamantrattamo (read °manastamo?) 
nipimadhiracaryavan satyavan daivajnah krtanityakarma- 
karano japtilttamantro grahan paficamgeksai.iapiirvakam 
hi ganaye dastantata (?) svasthadhi(h) i 3 i 

F. 2b: — dasabhir nnavasamyuktaih padyair iti samirita 
dutalaksmadikaddhyayah prathaniali prasnasamgrahe ii 

F. 4b: — iti sarasaragrahe prasna^astrestamamgaddhyayo 
dvitlyah ii 

F. 5b: — iti sarasaragrahe prasna^astre sugrivaprasna- 
ddhyayas trtiyah ii 

F. 22: — iti sarasaragrahe prasnasastre grahavivaranfi- 
ddhyayo dasamah li F. 32b: — ity ayu(h)prasnah ii slokanaiu 



-^ 200 f<- 

^atakenaivam ayuhprasna udahrtali saikena dasakenatha 
vivahaprasna ucyate ii 

It ends (f. 38b): — uktam agamabhavena saptivarsa- 
namrgayayudhoh laksanara vimsatislaukair (sic) ity evam 
prasnasamgrahali ii iti pra^nasamgrahah ii ii ii iti prasnasam- 
graham samaptam ii 

(2) 

Fragment of the Laglivl Jdtakapaddhati, and other 
fragments not identified (if. 38b — 52). 

It begins (f. 38 b): — harili natvadyara paramesvarara ga- 
napatim suryendubhuvrtividvaglsrisphujidaki(?)raliusikhino 
devan gurtims cakliilan krsniyad aparas (read °rac?) ca 
saram api yet (read yat) kiiicit samadaya taccha(s)tram si- 
syahitaya samgraham aham vaksyami samksepatah janma- 
yuktaphalani janmasamaye jnatva salagnan grahan daiva- 
jhah pravadet tathaiva sakalam prasnodayarksad api pra- 
snam janma samam phalesu sudhiyas samsanty avijiiatam 
apy adesyam vidusa hi varyam akhilam prasnopadesad 
yatah tithyrksesu subhesu saumyadinakrdvarenukulekhile 
deyva(read daiva)jham vidhivat prasadya sumatin datva 
param piTibhrtam prahne prcchatu prcchakas tv abhimatam 
nirddharya buddhyaiva tad ramye bhumitalesu mamgalayute 
cakvam likhed daivavit i etc. 

F. 46 b: — madane priye mrti sukhe putro yatha sam- 
bhavah hara syat gunasamyutir ggunagunaharrdirta sva 
dasa labdhany antaraja dasatha vidasa saddhya tatas 
coktavat i 40 i iti jatakapaddhatir llaghvi ii ii 

Tlien follows (f. 46 b) ^ : — harih sonarkanisakaraksiti- 
javim (?) ^ jivasphujitsuryajan vighnesana svagurun praiiamya 
^irasa devln ca vagisvarim prasnajhanavidhau Yarahamihira- 
patyas sa yad vasturo llokanam hitakamyaya dvijavaras 
tikam karoty albhutam i 

1 This is (as Prof. Aufrecht informs me) the beginning of Utpala^s 
Commentary on the SatpancdMkd of PrtJiuyasas, the son of Vard- 
hamihira. See Ind. Off. V, p. 1059 (No. 2993). 

2 kesajarkao . . . ovijjTva°. Ind. Off. MS. 

3 Varahamihii'acaryasya sadvastuni 10°. Ind. Oft". MS. 



-^ 201 f<- 

This is only a fragment of one page. Tlie next two leaves 
also contain fragments of which not much can be made. 

Ff. 49—52 contain Mantras and invocations, and it is 
doubtful whether the leaves beloni? together. 



U5. 

Whish No. 147. 

Size: 74- x 2 in., (2) + 62 + 46 + 32 + 12 + (2) leaves, from 8 to 12 
lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: An entry by Mr. Wliish is dated 'Calicut 1822', and at 
the end of the Tarkasamgrahadlpika the date KoUam 997 (also cur- 
responding to A. D. 1822) is given. 

Character: Malayalam. 

(1) 

The Sdhlihyasaptatl, or Safilihyakdrikd,, by Isvaralcrsna 
<ff. 1—7). See No. 104. 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye namah avighnam astu 
duhkhatrayabhighataj jijhasa tadapaghatake hetau drste 
saparttha cen naikantatyantatobhavat | etc. 

It ends (f. 7): — iti sarakhyilsaptati samaptah | sat- 
trimsata samghatitaya tatvais tvagadisaptavarano bha- 
vaya etc. 

(2) 

The Jayamangald, a Commentary on the SdhliJiyasa;ptati, 
by ^ankara (ff. 7—62). 

It begins (f. 7b): — harih sriganapataye namah ii ii adhi- 
gatatatvalokam lokottaravadinam prai.iamya munim kriyate 
saptatikayas tika jayamamgala nama preksavantonukte 
prayojane na kvacit pravarttanta iti prayojanam ucyate i 
tatvajfifman moksah tatvani ,paficavimsatih i tathoktam 
pancavimsatitatvajiio yatra kutrasrametarah jatl mundi 
sikhi va vimucyate natra sarasayah i etc. 

It ends (f. 62): — iti srlmatparamahamsaparivraja(read 
°parivrajaka)caryasri-Govindabhagavatpi'ijyapadasisyena ^ri- 
Samkarabhagavata krta sarakhyasaptatitlka samapta i sri- 
sarasvatyai namah srikr^naya namah ii 



-^ 202 f^ 

(3) 

The Tattval^anmudi , a Commentary on the Sanhhyasa- 
ptati, hj VdcasjKitimisra (ff. 1—40). See No. 104 (3). 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye namah avighnam astu 
ajam ekam lohitasuUakrsnam bahvih prajas srjamanan 
namamah aja ye tiXfi jusamana bhajanto jahaty enam 
bhuktabhogan numas tan i Kapilaya mahamunaye munaye 
sisyaya tasya casuraye Pancasikhaya tathesvarakrsnaya 
vayan nam as}' amah i iha khalu pratipipitsitam arttham 
pratipadayan pratipadayitavadheyavacano bhavati, etc. 

It ends (f. 40): — iti sri-Yacaspatimisraviracita sara- 
khyasaptatitika samaptah ii kumudanlva cetarasi bodhayanti 
satam sada sri-Vacaspatimisranam krti syat tatvakaumudi ii 
aksaram yat paribhrastam matrahlnan tu yat bhavet 
ksantum arhanti vidvamsah kasya nasti vyatikramah ii sri- 
gurubhyo namah ii ii ii ii 

(4) 

A fragment, not identified (ff. 41 — 46). 

F. 41 begins: — te vidhasyati alam utkanthaya tavety 
upadese tustih sakalakhyogha ucyate ya tu na kalan napy 
upadanat prakrter vivekakhyatir api tu bhagya deva ata 
eva madalasapatyani balani matur upadesamatra devavi- 
vekakhyatimanti muktani babhuvuh, etc. 

(5) 

The TarlxasamgraliadlpU^d, a Commentary by Annam- 
hhatta on his own Tdrlmsamgraha (ff. 32). 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye namah avighnam astu 
visvesvarara sambamurttim pranipatya giram gurum tikam 
sisuhitam kurve tarkasa(m)g;rahadipikam i etc. 

It ends: — ity Annambhattopaddhyayakrtatarkkasam- 
grahadipika samfipta ii ii srimahatripurasundaryai namah li etc. 
(Date etc. in Malay alam language.) 

(6) 
The TarJi-asamr/ralici, by Annamhlmtfa (ff. 12). 



-^ 203 Hg- 

It begins: — harih srlganapataye namah avighnam astu 
nidhaya hrdi, etc. 

It ends: — Kanadanyayamatayor balavyutpattisiddhaye 
Annambhattena vidusa racitas tarkkasamgrahah tarkkasam- 
grahas samaptah ii sri-Vedavyasuya namali srigurave namah. 



146. 

Whish No. 148. 

Size: 7 x Is^ in., 4 + 129 + 60 leaves, from 6 to 9 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Kollam 992, i. e. A. D. 1817. (Date given in ^NFalayalam 
language on f. 129.) 
Scribe: Damodara. 
Character: Malay alam. 

(1) 
Ff. 1 — 4 contain some fragments, not identified. 

(2) 

The Sarvdrthacintdmani , an astrological treatise, by 
yenlMfandyaha, son oi Appaydrya. Fragment only (ff. 1 — 22). 
See Hultzsch II, No. 1307, p. 128, 

It begins: — harih srlganapataye namah avighnam astu i 
srimacchesagiristhale vinilayam sri -Vemkitesam gurura 
natva Vemkitanayakas tv anudinam jatopayayat^ sudhih etc. 

F. 22b breaks off with the words: — rahau vilagne 
sakujerkaputre rahau brhatbijmihahuraryyah lagne sea + e. 

(3) 

Fragment of the first Sarga of the Balakanda of Tdl- 
mllu's Rdmdyana (f. 23). 

F. 23 begins: — lokam gamisyati idara pavitram pfipa- 
ghnam punyarn vedai.s ca sammitam yah pathed ramaca- 

ritam sarvapapaih pramucyate , and ends: — iti 

sriramayane adikavye ^riyamadvadikande srinaradavakye 
^risamksepo nama prathamas sarggah ii . . . srlganapataye 
namah i 

I Read jatoppayaryjat ■with Dr. Hultzsch' MS. 



>^ 204 f<^ 

(4) 
Ff. 23 b — 129 contain several fragments partly in Sanskrit, 
partly in Malayalam, which I cannot identify. 

(5) 
A Malayalam Commentary on the Karanapaddhati 
(Astrology?). Ff. 1—60. 

U7. 

Whish No. 149. 

Size: 7^- X 1-j in., (1) + 160 + (3) leaves, generally 7 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18th or 19tii cent.? 
Character: Malayalam. 

The Keralamdhdtmya from the Blmgola-Purdna. 

It begins: — laksmigrame samagatya bhagavan bhrguna- 
ndanah gramanin kalpayam asa tasmin saptadasa dvijan 
kancidvijam dvijesv atra amgiranvayam eva ca ksetraka- 
ryaya ramas tu laksmisasyalaye nrpa, etc. 

E. 6b : — iti sribhugolapurane keralamahatmye addhyayah ii 

F. 39b: — iti Sribhugolapurane pahcasoddhyayah ii 

F. 50 b: — iti sribhiigolapurane keralamahatmye gargga- 
yudhisthirasamvade addhyayah ii 

F. 92: — iti keralotbhave nilanadimahatmye paiicamo- 
ddhyayah li ii 

F. 131b: — iti sriblmgolapurane umamaheSvarasamvade 
keralamahatmye samksepo nama prathamoddhyayah ii 

F. 155: — ity agastyasamhitayam keralotbhave iksunadi- 
mahatmye paficapahcasodhyayah ii 

It ends: — iti keralotbhave sthalesamahatmye catussastis- 
Satatamodhyayah ii subham bhavatu li 

148. 

Wiiisn No. 150. 

Size: ll:i X If in., 209 leaves (the first of which is missing), 7 lines 
on a page. 

Afaterial: Palm leaves. 



-^ 205 f<^ 

Date: 17th or 18 th cent.? 

Character: Malayalam. The leaves are numbered by Aksaras. 

Injuries: The first two leaves damaged. 

The Sutasamliitd of the Slianda-Purdna. The Sivania- 
hatmyakhanda wants the beginning (one leaf), the Jna- 
nayoga and Mukti Khandas are complete, the end of tlie 
Yajnavaibhavakhanda is missing. See No. 76. 

F. 3: — iti srlskande purane siitasamhitayam sivamaha- 
tmyakhande prathamoddhyayah ii 

The Sivamaliatmyakhanda ends (f. 41): — iti skiinde purane 
sutasamhitayam sivamahatmyakhande trayodasoddhyayah ii 
^ivamahatmyakhandas samaptah ii 

The Jhilnayogakhanda ends (f. 83): — iti . . . jnanayoga- 
kliande samadhividhir vimsatitaraoddhyayah ii samapta jha- 
nayogakhandah ii 

The Muktikhanda ends (f. 112): — iti . . . muktikhande 
navamoddhyayah li muktikhandas samaptah ii 

The MS. breaks off in the middle of tlie 39 ^^ Adhyaya 
(which begins f. 204) of the Yajnavaibhavakhanda. 



M9. 

Wbdesh No. 151. 

Size: 7| x It in., (1) + 1 + 109 + (1) + 20 + 29 + (1) leaves, 7 or 
8 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18th cent.? 
Character: Malayalam. 

(1) 

The AhhijmnasdJcuntala, by Kdliddsa, in 7 Acts. 

It begins:— harih srlganapataye namah nandyante tatah 
pravisati sutradharah ya srastus srstir adya vahati vidhi- 
hutam ya havir ya ca hotra (read hotrl) ye dve kalam vi- 
dhatta srutivisayaguiia ya sthita vyapya visvam yam ahus 
sarvabhutaprakrtir iti yayfi prfuiinah jiranavantah pratya- 
ksabhih prapannas tanubhir avatu vas tabhir astabhir i^ah i 
naipatthyabhimukham avalokya i aryye yadi naipatthyavi- 



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dhanam avasitam itas tavad agamyatam 1 pravi^ya nati i 
ama ia limi i su i abhirupabhuyistha parisad esa adya khalu 
Kalidasagrathitavastuna navena natakenopasthatavyam 
asmabhih i etc. 

The first Anka ends f. 16b, the 2''^ A. f. 30, the 3'^ A. 
f. 42, the 4*1^ A. f. 58, the 5*1^ A. f. 72b, the 6'^ A. f. 94b. 

It breaks off (f. 109b) with: — api ca i tava bhavatu 
vidaujah praiyavrsti(h) prajasatatayajhas (sic) svarggino bha- 
vayalam yugasataparivartta. (Verse 193 in Bohtlingk's 
edition.) 

(2) 

The Daksayajnaprahandha, a poem. 

The Catalogue of the Library of the India Office, voL II, 
part I, p. 65 mentions a 'Daksayajna, by Ramanarayana', 
published Calcutta 1881. The same work? 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye namah avighnam astu 
^rimatkailasasailesakalaganacamucakrasampurnnasanau sa- 
nandam parijataprasavasulabhilan (?) manayan mandavatan 
pratyagrapremahrdyam anisam anusaran daksajamiksu (?) 
capakridabhedair anaisit kamapi sa samayam somalekha- 
kalapah ii 1 ii 

It ends (f. 20):— sadyas samprapya satraksitim anumili- 
tam prakrtaih praptajivaih datva rudrasya bhagani vidhi- 
vad avahitas satrasesam samapya svastha svam svan niva- 
sarn prayayur atisukhas sopi dakso babhtiva ii iti daksaya- 
jnaprabandham samaptam ii ii ii 

(3) 

A fragment, not identified. 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye namah avighnam astu 
sakam raja sagarbhyais samayajalanidhira dustaram sadhu 
tirttha (read tirtva?) nirmmukto vaktrarandhrad vidhur iva 
tamaso bhasamano nitantam panim partthatmajenatbhuta- 
bhujamahasa grahayann uttarayas santusyan bandhuvarggais 
salia ^amanasuto matsyapuryany avatslt i etc. 

It ends: — matrvacam aciran ni^amya padatarit (?) ' vlniha- 
namaskaric (?) cadarena nijasodaran ca samudam pranamya 

I The metre requires a short syllable. 



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samanatraajam yatiidbanapararaesakollupatinri.sumarutasu- 
tan teli (?)^ * adi devacaranaravindamakakan vila * (?)^ 
karutibhinan II ii 

150. 

WmsH No. 152. 

Size: Q-k X ly in., (2) + 196 + (2) leaves, generally 9 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Kollam 999, i. e. A. D. 1824. 

Character: Malayalam. 

The Tantrasamuccaya. 

It begins: — liarih sriganapataye namali aviglinam astu 
^rlgurave namah i srimatsatgunasambhrtara vapur adhistba- 
yanugrlmati yah sraddhabhaktipavitratopaharanai svarara- 
bhabhukarukaib purnnanandarasanubhur ativisadan (?) tai- 
ppito yajvanas tan devani nnigamagamadyadhigatam nityain 
samaradhnuyah (?) 3 i gurudivakarabhadrakataksarusphuri- 
tahr(t)kamalodarasainbbrtah likhitasmy atha tantrasamucca- 
yah, etc. 

F. 103: — iti tantrasamuccaye rahasyagamasarah patalah 
samapi sasthaprakrtita (sic) krtapadapithapratimavarakapl- 
thika pratisthah ii 

F. 144: — iti tantrasamuccaye samudyatghatasamkhya- 
parikalpanaprakarah patalah kalasaprasadhanaitatsnapana- 
khyandavarosta samaptah ii 

It ends: — baliplthamahaddhvajadijittena vihitair ddeva- 
visuddhyavasrutais tatsuli^oddhya (sic) ii ii ii ii ii iti samntra- 
samuccyeye samaptah i (sic) etc. (Date in Malayalam 
language.) 

151. 

Whish No. 154. 

Size: ll X It in., (1) + 137 + 4 leaves, generally 7 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 17th or 18th cent.? 

1 The metre requires ^-. 

2 The metre requires w-« for vila*. 

3 Doubtful readiner. 



^^. 208 r<- 

Character: Malayalam. The leaves are numbered by Aksaras, in 
the same way as Xo. 19. 

Injuries: Leaves 93 and 94 damaged, half of leaf 100 lost. 



(1) 

The Alanikarasarvasva by Eajdnal<a Euyyalm or Maii- 
lilmlm. Our MS. mentions Mankhuka as the author's 
name. In Burnell, Tanjore, p. 54 a, the name of the author 
is given as 'Kasmirasandhivigrahikamankhuka.' Generally 
Eajanaka Ruyyaka (or Rucaka) is mentioned as the author 
of our work. Thus in the edition published in the 'Ka- 
vyamala' (Xo. 35, Bombay 1893); also in the Bodleian 
MS. Wilson 406 (Aufrecht- Oxford 210 a), where Euppaka 
is a mistake for Ruyyaka. Mitra, Notices No. 3015 (vol. IX, 
p. 117) has Rajanaka Rucaka. Biihler (Report, pp. 51, 
67 seq.) has shown that Rajanaka Ruyyaka was the Guru 
of Mankha or Maiikhaka (who wrote his Srikanthacarita 
between A. D. 1135 and 1145). Is Mankhuka identical 
with Mankhaka, and was he the real author of the Alaiu- 
karasastra which his Guru appropriated to himself? 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye namah avighnam astu 
naraaskrtya param vacan devin trividhavigraham nijalam- 
karasiitranam vrtya talparyam ucyate iha bhamahotbhata- 
prabhrtayas tavac cirantanalanakarakarah pratiyamanam 
arttham vacyopaskarakatayrdamkarapaksaniksiptam ma- 
nyante tatha hi, etc. 

It ends: — sabdalamkaratvaprasamgat tasmad asrayasrayi- 
bhavenaiva cirantanamatanusrtih ii ii samaptaii cedam alam- 
karasarvasvam ii ii iti Mamkhuko vitene kasmlraksitipasa- 
ndhivigrahikah sukavimukhalamkaran tad idam alamka- 
rasarvasvam ii ii ii ii namas sivaya santaya ii ii ii " subham 
astu II II 11 II 

(2) 

A fragment (4 leaves, marked ka, kha, ga, gha), not 
identified. 

It begins:— iha visistau sabdrirtthau kavyam tayos ca 



-^ 209 f^ 

vaisistyan dharmamukhena vyaparamukluma vyamgyamu- 
kliena va iti trayah prayalipaksal.i adyepy alaiiikarato gunato 
veti dvaividdhyara, etc. 

It ends: — tririipatvad iti paksadharmmatvam sapakse 
satvam vipaksad vyavfttir iti trini rupani ii vakyanyayo ml- 
mamsakanyayah ii 

152. 

Whish No. 155. 

Size: 13-| X Iv in., (1) + 137 + 39 + (1) leaves, from 10 to 12 lines 
on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Probably copied for Mr. Whish in the early part of the 
19 th cent. 

Character: Malayalam. 

(1) 

The Amarakosodghdtana, a Commentary on Amarasimha's 
Ndmalingdmisdsana, by Kslrasvdntm. Not quite complete. 
See Aufrecht in Z. D.M. G., XXVIII (1874), pp. 103 seqq.; 
Burnell, Tanjore, p. 45. 

It begins: — barih sriganapataye namah avighnam astu 
srigurubhyo namali disyac cbivani sivayos tilakayamanam 
gorocanarucilalatavilocanam vah anyonyagadhapariram- 
bbanipidanena pindibhavan bahir iva sphutitonuragah i 
adyapy abhinnamudro yortthilrtthibhir Amarakosa esa 
budhali utpatyate yathecchara grhniddhvan namaratnani i 
prakrtipratyayavakyair vyastasamastair nniruktinigada- 
bhyam iti saptastaih pathibhir nnamnain parayaiiaiu kur- 
mmali bhagna abhidhanakrto vivarltaras ca yatra vibbra- 
ntab namani tani bhaktum atigahanam aho vyavasita smah i 
sabajo yas samullasah ksirabdhes sopi mamsyate candra 
ity atra kim kurmo gatanugatikaii jagat i vastv eva tan 
na hi bhavet kriyatenyatha yat kas chadayed dinamanini 
karasamputona saretarantaravicaracanan pratlrsyams tena- 
ham eva bata durjjana cakravartti | etc. 

F. 21b: — ity Amarakosotghatane sabdadivarggas sara- 
purnnah ii 

F. 107: — ity Amarakosotghatane vaii^yavarggas sampii- 
rnnah ii 

14 



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F. 113: — iti sri-Ksirasvamyutpreksite Amarakosotgha- 
tane bhumyadikancio dvitiyah i sudravarggas sampurnnah ii 

F. 128: — ity Amarakosotghatane samkirnnavarggas sam- 
purnnah II 

It breaks off (f. 137b) with: — saradi bhavas saradah i 
laksanayabhinavah i adhrstopratibhah ii suddho varsa ca 
vidvatsupragalbhau visaradau i vigatas saradopratibhatvan 
dososya vi^aradah ii ii ii See Amarakosa III, 3, 94. 

(2) 

The Campuhhdrata, by Manaveda, Stabakas I — VI. 

Cf. 'Manavedacampu', Aufrecht CC. p. 451. 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye namah avighnam astu i 
laksmim atanutat sa vo munivaro Vyasabhidhanonisam 
yah praleyagirav Apantaratamoriipena nityan tapah tanvfi- 
nasya kalaharer avikala lokopakarodyatad rag asyandata 
bharatamrtajhari yasyeyam [asye yam] asyendutah I 1 1 nrtya- 
ntam rajanimukhe svapitaram stutyan trilokljanair nnityan 
tan nijakarnnatalavavanair atyantam anandayan aghnanas 
ca yathalayam bhuvi karagrenoriinadam krpanighnatma sa 
hi vighnaraja iha me vighnan vijeghniyatam i 2 i 

F. 7: — iti sri-Manavedaviracite campubharate prathama 
stabakah ii 

It ends: — iti sri-Manavedaviracite campubharate sastha 
stabakah ii ii atha bhiipatir atbhutavadanam gunasamra- 
hjitasarvajlvalokam yuvarajapade yuvanam enam bharatam 
modabharahcitobhyasihcat i 1 ii 

153. 

WmsH Xo. 158. 

Size: 7^Xls in., 35 + 5 + -i + 9 + 14-|-44 leaves, 7 or 8 lines 
on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: 17 1^ or 18*^ cent.? 

Character: Malayalam. 

(1-3) 

Fragments of works, partly in Sanskrit, partly in Mala- 
yalam, not identified. 



-^ 211 ^- 

(4) 

Fragment of a Fniyogasdrn, a Avork on ritual? 

It begins: — barili atah param pravaksyami yogam para- 
madurllabham dharmamoksapradan tatvan divj^am divya- 
layapradani niskalasyaprameyasya devasya paramatraanah 
santanayogam ity abiis samsaroccbittisadbanam yogat sama- 
dhis sayujyam sayujyad divyasamnata sa hi samsarasa- 
ndhana bavani muktir isyate kamakrodbas tatba lobbo 
mobas ca mada eva ca i matsaryaii ceti sadvarggo vain 
jneyo miimuksuna yamas ca niyamas tadvad asannam pra- 
nadbaranam pratyabaro dbarana ca dbyanan capi sama- 
dbita, etc. 

F. 8: — iti prayogasare paiicamah patalab ii atab param 
pravaksyami yatbavac cbamkulaksanam nitye naimittike 
capi vasadblne ca karmani dikvidiksamsaye prapte sarn- 
kus saranam ucyate, etc. 

It ends (f. 9 b): — prasastasutrastiksman tu samkunaiva- 
vadbarayet yatbaiva purvaparayamyasaumyadigbbagavi- 
jfianam ibopadistam samasantastavisayara vivicya karyyani 
karmanibandbanani i iti prayogasare satdvimsab patalab ii ii 

(5) 

Fragment of a work of tbe Prayoga kind, on witcbcraft 
and domestic rites. 

It begins : — barib mesamrimsamalakirnnatatketamisadbii- 
pitadadimlpbalasanpattim mabatira labbate param i yasya 
kasyapi mamsena goksiragulasamgina tena siktena nS,ramgI 
sussvadakbya* pbalosrita i pratbamam kusumo mesah ku- 
tbarena ksate krte jaragbayam tilaciinmena samena madbu- 
sarppisa i etc. 

F. 1 margin: — padapadobalaprakaravidbi. 

F. lb marg.: — vrki?asecanam. 

F. 2 marg.: — vijaropanam. (Read bija°?) 

F. 2b marg.: — vrksavaicitryadobalabbedab bijastam- 
bbanara. 

F. 5 marg.: — tilakosarvalokavasyakaram. 

I The reading of the syllable ssva is doubtful. 

14* 



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F. 5 b marg.: — rtunasam. 

F. 8 marg.: — vaiijiraprakriya. 

F. 9 marg.: — payastambhah. 

F. 10 marg. : — bhunagatailaprakarah. bhunagolpatti- 
prakarali. 

F. lib marg.: — dirghakesakaranam. ke^avrddhih. 

F. 12 marg.: — karnnavrddhih. kucavarddhanam. 

F. 12 b marg.: — strlmukhakantikaranam. syamikaharanam. 
kantisaurabhakaranam. 

F. 13 marg.: — ^ariradurgandhaharanam i dordduramo- 
daharanam i vadanadurgandhaharanam i kantisaurabha- 
karanam 1 

F. 13b marg,: — sussvarakaranam. atibuddhiprayogali. 
ksulpipasaharanaprayogah. 

F. 14 marg.: — pipasaharanam. 

It ends (f. 14) : — dugdhayuktam phalam dhatryadinaikam 
pesayet tatali sitajyasahitah vacyamodakam bhaksayet tu 
tarn dasaratresu sambanti iDipasan ca na samsayali ii ii 

(6) 
The Sambhava-Farvan of the Mahabhdrata , in twelve 
Adhyayas. This MS. has been fully treated in my paper 
"On the South-Indian Recension of the Mahabharata," 
Indian Antiquary, vol. XXVII, 1898, pp. 134—136. 

154. 

Whish No. 159. 

Size: 10 Xl? in., 1 -{- 72 + 1 leaves, 7 or 8 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: 17 1^^ or 18th cent.? 

Character: Malayalam. 

Injuries: Some leaves damaged bj^ insects. 

The Prdkrtarupavatdra, a Prakrt Grammar, by 8im- 
liardja, son of Samudrabandhayajvan. See Pischel, Gram- 
matik der Prakrit-Sprachen (Biihler's Grundriss I, 8), 
Strassburg 1900, p. 42 seq. 

It begins: — harih ^rlganapataye namah avighnam astu 
antarayandhatamasaviddhvamsanavibhakaram daityavar- 



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tmopamarddendum vande karimukliam mahah (read aham?) i 
uttarabhimukha bhakta yasya vacaspatav api bhajami bha- 
gadheyan tam prasannam daksinamukham i setum vyakhya- 
narupam gahanam akrta ya^ sastrasahityasiiidhor buddhya 
baddhva yatharttham vyaracayata nijam sindhubandheti- 
samjnam natva tam yayajukain nigamavidhividara tatam 
asya prasadad vyaktam rupavataram viracayati mitam 
Simharat prakrtiyam i iha prakrtasabdas tridha i sam- 
skrtasamas saraskrtabbava de^yas ceti i etc. 

F. 13: — ity ajantah pullimgah parisamaptah II athajanta 
strilimga ucyante i 

F. 72b ends: — yusmadadibhyah parasya chasya didaro 
bbavati i tuhmara i ahmara i anyadrsasyanna iravara isau ii 

Ff. 73—75 are omitted. 

It ends on f. 76: — ****i ssagrhnau drsigrahoh i vassadi i 
grhnadi ii ii iti sakalavidyavisaradasya Samudrabandhaya- 
jvanas suniina Simharajanamadheyena viracite prakrtaru- 
pavatare saurasenyadivibhagas samaptak ii 



155. 

WmsH Xo. 160. 

Size: 6|-xli in., (1) + 103 + (1) leaves, 9 or 10 lines on ca page. 

Material: Paper. 

Date: 17th or 18th cent.? 

Character: Malayalam. 

The AmaraJwsa, or the Ndmalingdnusdsana by Amara- 
slmlia. 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye namah avighnam astu i 
yasya jnanadayasindhor, etc. 

It ends^: — dvandvesvabadavav asvabadava na samahrte 
kantas suryenduparyayapurvoyahpiirvakopi ca vatakas ca- 
nuvakas ca kudumgakah limgadisamgrahavarggah ii iti trti- 
yakandas samaptah i Amarakosakandara etc. 

1 Leaf damaged. 

2 See III, 5, 16—17. 



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156. 

WmsH No. 162. 

Size: T^xIt in., 137 leaves, 8 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: ITtii or 18tii cent.? 

Character: Malayalam. Leaves numbered by Aksaras. 

The Sivadharmottara , in 12 Adhyayas. See Aufrecht 
CO. p. 649. 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye naniah i aviglinam astu i 
jnanasaktidharam santam kumaram samkaratniajam deva 
** danam skandam Agastyah pariprcchati bhagavan dar- 
sanat tubhyam antyajasyapi samgatih saptajanmasu vipra- 
tva(iii) svarggat bhrastasya jayate yenasi natha blmtanam 
sarvesam anukampakali atas sarvahitan dharmam sam- 
ksepat prabravihi me dharma bahuvidba de^^ai devena 
kathitah kila te ca srutas tvaya sarve prcchanii tvam ahan 
tatah kimpradhanas sive dharmas sivavakyan ca kidrsam 
limgerccitas sivali kena vidhina samprasidati vidyadanafi 
ca dananam sarvesam uttamam kila tac ca srutau dvije- 
ndranan nanyesam samudahrtam tat punyam sarvavarna- 
naii jayate kena karmana, etc. 

F. 8b: — iti sivadharmottare gosadamgavi(dhi)r nnama 
prathamoddhyayah i 

F. 25b: — iti sivadharmottare vidyarogyastutir nnama 
dvitiyoddhyayah ii 

F. 74b:— iti . . . papagativiseso nama saptamoddhyayah ii 

F. 97: — iti . . . svargginarakicihnaddhyayo nama ii 

F. 112: — iti . . . praya^cittavidhir nnama ekadasoddhya- 
yah II 

It ends: — iti sivadharmottare skanda[h]prokte sivagame 
gomahatmyan nama dvadasoddhyayah ii sivadharmottaram 
samaptam ii namas sivaya ii 

157. 

AVmsH No. 163. 

Size: 7| x ll in., (1) + 1 + 52 + 2 + (1) + 17 [numbered from 7 to 
23] + (1) + 1 -f (1) 4- 1 + 20 leaves, 7 lines on a page. 



-^ 215 i<r 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: 17th or 18th cent.? 

Character: Malayalam. Leaves numbered by Aksaras. 

(1) A fragment of the BhaijavadgUd^ breaking off at the 
beginning of the 14*'' Adhyaya (verse 14), followed by some 
fragments of works which 1 cannot identify. 

It begins: — sriganapatayenamali avighnam astu i Dhrtara- 
stra uvaca i dharmmaksetre kuruksetre samaveta yuyu- 
tsavah mfimakah pandavas caiva kim akurvata Sanjaya i 
Saujaya uvaca i drstva tu pandavanikarn vyudhan Duryo- 
dhanas tada acaryam iipasaipgamya raja vacanam abra- 
vit I etc. 

F. 41j: — iti §ribhagavatgitasupanisatsu brahmavidyayam 
yogasastre .srikrsnarjunasamvade arjjuuavisadayogo nama 
prathamoddhyayah ii 

The 13"^ Adhyaya ends f 52. Then follows:— sribba- 
gavan i param bhiiyali piavaksyami jhananain jnanam utta- 
mam ya(j) jnatva munayas sarve pararn siddliim ato ga- 
tali, etc. 

F, 52b ends: — pravrddlie tu pralayam yati debabhrt 
tadottamavida(m) lo. 

Then follow two leaves, not numbered. The first leaf 
begins : — miilambhoruliamaddhyakonavilasatbandhukara- 
gojvalaii 3vrilrijiilajitendukrintilahari[rn]m anandasandayinim 
helalalitanllakuntaladharan nllottariyanisukani kollurfidini- 
vasinim bhagavatln dhyayami mukambikam i etc. 

A fragment of 17 leaves, numbered as leaves 7 to 23. 
begins: — harih sriganapataye namali avighnam astu sukla- 
mbaradharam visnum sasivarnnam caturbhujam prasanna- 
vadanan dhyayet sarvavighnopasantaye i on namo bhaga- 
vate viXsudevaya on namo bhagavate purusottaniaya on 
namo narayanaya on namas sarvalokagurave, etc. 

F. 20: — aksobhyas sarvapraharanayudhah i harih i iti 
om kirttanam yasya kesavasya mahatmauah namnam sa- 
hasran divyanam asesena prakirttitam ya idam srnuyan 
nityam, etc. 

It ends (f. 23b): — kayena vaca manasendriyair va bu- 



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ddhyatmana vanusrta svabhavat karomi yad yat sakalam 
parasmai narayanayeti samarppayami i ^ubham astu ii 

A fragment of one leaf begins: — harih mahesvara rsih 
anustup chandab i annapurnnesvarl devata i on namo bha- 
gavati annapurnesvari annam me debi dadapaya svaba ii 
Vamesvara rsih i gayatrl chandah i kumaramiirttir dde- 
vata I etc. 

(2) The Anandalahari, by ^anJcardcdri/a. See Haeberlin's 
Kavyasamgraha pp. 246 seqq. 

It begins :^ — sriganapataye namah avighnam astu sivas 
saktya yukto yadi bhavati saktah prabhavitum na ced evan 
devo na khalu kusala spanditum api atas tvam araddhyam 
hariharavirihcadibhir api pranantum stotum va katham 
akrtapunyah prabhavati i 1 i 

It ends: — pradlpajvalabhir ddivasakaranirajanavidhis 
sudhasiites candropalajalalavair argghyaracana svaklyair 
ambhobhis saHlanidhisauhityakaranan tvadlyabhir vagbhis 
tava janani vacam stutir iyam i 103 ii ya kanthanalakaba- 
likrtakalakiitacchayeva visphurati vaksasi candramauleh sa 
me samastaduritani kataksamala tucchikarotu tuhinacala- 
kanyakayah II 

158. 

Whish No. 164. 

Size: 7x1t in-j 150 leaves (but the two first leaves are lost", 
from 7 to 9 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: 17th cent.? 

Character: Malayalam. Leaves numbered by Aksaras. 

Injuries: The MS. is in a very bad condition, many leaves being 
badly damaged. 

(1) 
^ankcira^s Commentary on the Bahrrcabrdlimaua-Ux)a- 
nisad, i. e., the 2^^^^ Aranyaka of the Aitareya- Aranyaka 
(flf. 3—108). 

The beginning is lost. 

F. 7 : — atranantaratikrante gran the mahavratakhyam 
karmmadhigatam yasmin mahad ukthrikhyam ^astram 



-^ 217 H$- 

brhati sahasralaksanam sasyate tat karmmoktbasastro- 
palaksitam ukthannamanekalokakaladevatadivibliedavi^ista- 
pranavijiianena samuccicirsi **, etc. 

F. 34b: — svargge loke sarvan kaman aptvainrtas sama- 
bhavat samabbavad iti ii iti sri-Govindabbagavatpujyapada- 
^isyaparamabamsaparivrajakacarya-^rl-Samkarabhagavatpa- 
dakrtau babvrcabrabmanopanisadvivarane pratbamoddhya- 
yab II prana uktbam ity etad avadbaritam tasya ca pranasya 
sarvatmatvan tan ca sarvatmapranam uktbam abam asmiti 
vidyat karmajnanadbiki-tab purusah, etc. 

Adbyaya 2 ends f. 45 b; Adby. 4 f. 92; Adby. 5 f. 103. 

It ends: — iti sri-Govindabbagavatpujyapadasii?yaparama- 
bamsaparivrrijaka-Sarnkarabbagavatpadakrtaubabvrcabrab- 
manopanisattika samapta ii ii brabmane namah ii srlguru- 
bbyo namab ii sridurggayai namab II narayanaya namab II 

(2) 

Sahlcara's Commentary on tbe Samhitd-Upanisad, i. e., 
tbe 3'''*Aranyaka of tbe Aitareya-Aranyaka (ff. 109 — 150). 

It begins: — om atbatas sambitaya upanisad ity adya 
sambitopanisad asyas sarnksepato vivaranara karisyamab 
mandamaddbyamabuddbinam api tadarttbabbivyakti syad 
iti tadarttbavijnanaprayojanan ca vaksyati sandbiyate pra- 
jaya pasubbir ity adi, etc 

It ends (on tbe fragmentary leaf 150 b): — ''^** bbagavat- 
pujyapadasisyasrimatparamabamsaparivra **** rabliagavat- 
krtau sambitopanisadvivaranam sa ** ii ** ya namab ii 
srikrsnaya namab ii sridurggade * ai ** ii akliilabbuvana- 
betun nityavijnanamurttim sakalajanabrdistbam sarvadava 
***** n devadevam prasam ************ 

159. 

AVmsH No. 165. 
Size: Us X2 in., (2) + 45 leaves (numbered as 38 to 82), 13 lines 
on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18tii cent.? 
Character: Malayalam. 



-^ 218 Hg^ 

The Commentaries on the TrjMd^pa, Kutasthadlpa {Tdt- 
2)aryadlpikd), and Dliydnadipa, parts of the Pahcadasl, by 
Bdmalrma, the pupil of Bhdrafdlrtha and Vidydranya. 

See Nos. 58 and 81 (2). 

It begins (f. 38): — vedartthasya prakasena tamo harddam 
nivarayan pumartthams caturo deyad vidyatlrtthamahesva- 
rah I natva srl-Bharatltirtha-Vidyaranyamunisvarau kriyate 
trptidipasya vyakhyanam gurvanugrahat i trptidlpakhyam 
prakaranam arabhamana sri - Bharatitirtthagurus tasya 
srutivyakhyanarupatvad vyakhyeyam srutim adau pathati I 
atmanan ced vijaniyad ayam a + iti purusah, etc. 

F. 63 b: — iti srlparamahamsaparivrajakacriryya-srl-Bha- 
ratitirttha - Vidyaranyamunivaryyakimkarena Ramakrsna- 
khyavidusa viracita trptidipika vyakhya samapta ii subham 
astu II natva srl-Bharatltirttha-Vidyaranyamumsvarau kurve 
kutasthadipasya vyakhyan tatparyyadlpikam i etc. 

F. 70: — iti . . . kutasthadipavyakhya samapta ii ii natva 
sri-Bharatitirttha -Vidyarany amunisvarau kriyate ddhy ana- 
dlpasya vyakhya samksepato maya i etc. 

It breaks off (f. 82b) with the words:— iti proktam 
yamenapi prcchate naciketasa iti i uktam arttham upa- 
samharati I iha vamarane vasya bra. 



160. 

WmsH No. 169. 

Size: ly X ll in , (1) + 19 + (1) + 14 + 21 + (1) + 57 leaves, gene- 
rally 8 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18* or 19tii cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 

(1) 

The Vrttaratndkara by Keddra Bhatta, the son of Bhattaka. 
See No. 54 (3). 

It begins: — srir astu sukhasantanasiddhyartthan naumi 
brahmacyutarccitana | gaurlvinayakopetam ^amkararn loka- 
sarakaram ii 1 ii vedartthasaiva^astrajuoBhattakobhu(d) dvijo- 
ttamah i tasya putrosti Kedaras sivapadarccane ratah ii 2 ii 



-^ 219 H^ 

It ends: — iti sasthoddhyayah ii vrttaratnakarali piirnnah i 

om II 

(2) 

Fragment of the Lalitdstavaratna. The title is not 
found in this MS. But see Nos. 63 (5), 115 (12) and 174 
which contain other copies of the same Stotra. 

It begins: — vande gajendravadanam vamamkarudhavalla- 
bhaslistam i kumkumaparagasonam kuvalayinijarakorakfi- 
pldam I 1 I sa jayati suvarnasailas sakaLajagaccakrasara- 
ghatitamurttih i kancananikuhjavatikandaladamaripraban- 
dhasaiiigitah ii 2 ii ... tatra catussatayojanaparinahan 
devasilpina racitam i nanasalamanojfian namamy ahan 
nagaram adividyayah i 5 i etc. 

It breaks off (f. 14): — tatra prakasamanan taranikaraih 
pariskrtam sevyam i amrtamayakantikandalam antal.i kala- 
yami kundasitam indum i 102 ii srimga. 

(3) 

The Barhasimtyasutra, or NUisarvasva by Brhaspati, in 
6 Adhyayas. 

It begins: — Brhaspatir athacaryya iudraya nltisarvasvam 
upadisati i atmayan [njraja i atmavantam raantrinam apii- 
dayet i dandanitir eva vidyadharmmam api lokavikrustan 
na kuryat i etc. 

It ends: — iti Brirhaspatyasutre sasthoddhyayah ii sri- 
gurubhyo namah i subham astu i 

(4) 

First Part of the Siibodlimi , a Commentary on the 
Brliajjcdalm of VanViamihira. 

It begins: — srlganesaya namah i atmayate svatmavidafi 
jananam margayate janmavivarjjitanam i dipayate yo jaga- 
tam abhistam dadatu nas sonyataranaveksam i ya hora 
racita Varaliamihiracaryyena nanartthini tasya matgurude- 
vatananasarojataprasadagatam i etc. 

It breaks off at the beginning of the 2'*'^ Adhyaya: — iti 
savj'akhyane horasastre samjuaddhyayah prathamah ii harih 



-^ 220 f<- 

om II subham astu atlia grhayonibhedaddhyayo vyakhyayate 
tatra prathamena slokena purvoktasya horakhyasya kala- 
purusasyatmadisvarupam rajadirupatvafi caha i . . . sacivaii 
presyah sahajah ii 1 ii kalasyatma kalatma kalasya. 

161. 

Whish No. 171. 

Size: l^xli in., 39 leaves, 9 or 10 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: An entry by Mr. Whisli is dated 'Calicut 1823'. The MS. was 
probably written at that date. 
Character: Malay alam. 

The Xrsmi/am, an astrological treatise. See No. 113 
(2) and No. 162. 

It begins: — sriganapataye namah i avighnani astu sri- 
gurubhyo namah i yena traikalyajnanam sammuditani 
ajnanan timiravarttibhyo tajjhanam divyayiitain vaksye 
tasmai namaskrtyam jyotisaphalam adesah phalarttham 
arambhanam bhavati loke tasmad yatnah karyyo hy adese 
jyotisajhena^ ii 2 ii etc. 

It ends: — Krsnasya krtis cintajhanam krsnlyam iti namna 
iti krsniye ekatrimsoddhyayah ii ii Krsniyain samaptam li 
harih srikrsnaya namah srivasudevaya namah i etc. 

162. 

Whish No. 172. 

Size: 5ixlg in., (2) -f- 54 + (10) leaves, 9 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Beginning of 19 tb cent.? 

Character: Malay alam. 

Fragment of the Krmlijam, an astrological treatise. 
See No. 161. 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye namah avighnam astu 
yena traikalajuanam uktam ajhanatimiravarttibhyah i 
tajhanan divyayutam vaksye tasmai namaskrtyaii jyotisa- 

I See below No. 162 for various readiness. 



~>i 221 Hg- 

phalam adesali phalarttliam arambhanain bhavati loka 
tasmad yatuah karyyo liy adese jyotisajfianena, etc. 

It breaks off with the words: — sasi^ukrabhyam iste ^itir 
ggavo hrtas sagopalah i 

163. 

WmsH No. 174. 

Size: 14-g-X2 in., (1) + 59 leaves, 10 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: An entry by Mr. Whish is dated 1828. The MS. is probably 
not much older. 

Character: Grantha. 

The Bhasaimricclieda, by Visvandtha Pancdnana Bhatid- 
cdrya, followed by the Author's own Commentary Siddhd- 
ntaniuMdvcdi. 

It begins: — ** sriganapataye namah avighnam astu ^ri- 
gurubhyo namah i nutanajaladharariicaye gopavadhutidu- 
kUlacoraya i tasmai krsnaya namas samsaramahiruhasya 
bijaya dravyam gunas tatha karmma samanyam savisesakam 
samavayas tathabhavah padartthas sapta kirttitah ii 2 i 
ksityaptejomarudvyomakaladigdehino manah i dravyany atha 
guna rupam raso gandhas tatah param II 3 i spar^as saip- 
khya parimitih prthaktvan ca tatah param I samyoga^ ca 
vibhagas ca paratvah c3,pa(ra)tvakam i 4 i etc. 

F. 6b: — iti paribhasaparicchedas samSptah li 

It ends: — iti srlmahopaddhyaya-Pancananabhattacriryya- 
viracita siddhantamuktavali samapta li harih om sriguriibhyo 
namah ii 

164. 

Whish No. 175. 

Size: ISj X li in., 43 leaves, generally 8 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Probably IStii cent. 

Character: Malayalam. The leaves are numbered as follows: ma 
ma mi mi mu mu mr mr ml me mai mo mau ma mama — ya ya 
yi yi yu yti yr — na na ni ni nu nu nr nf nl nl ne nai no nau nama 
na — pa pa pi pi pu. 



-^ 222 r<- 

Fragment of the Bliarttrkdvya {Bhattikdvya) with the 
Commentary Jayamancjald. 

The first leaf begins: — vyasaktam mam hatavan karmmani 
hana iti ninih tatra hi kutsitagrahanam karttavyam ity uk- 
tamyadi sugrive(na) mama virodhah kin tavayam iti kutsitam 
hananan tad eva darsayann aha ii papakrt sukrta(m) maddhye 
rajhah punyakrtas sutah mam apapan duracaram kin niha- 
tyabhidhasyasi ii papakrd ityadi i etc. 

F. 20 b: — iti bharttrkavyatikayaii jayamamgalabhidhana- 
yam adhikarakande prathamah paricchedah ii sugrlvasama- 
gamasamjhakah pancamas sarggah ii 

The last (?) ^ leaf ends : — mriyamahe na gacchamah 
kausalyayanivallabhain upalambhyam apasyantah kaumarim 
patatam vara i mriyamaha ity adi i he patatam vara 
mriyamahe na gacchamah kim iti kaumarim akrtapurvada- 
raparigraham pati[ta]m labdhavatim kaumarapnrvavacana 
iti kausalyaya apatyam kausalyakarmaryyabhyan ceti phiii 
kausalyayanih ramah tasya vallabham istam upalabhyam 
prasastam por adupadhad yat upat prasamsayam iti^ yati 
pratyaye num i apasyantah anupalabhamanah ll 



165. 

Whish Xo. 176. 

Size: 14x1^ in., (4) -f 271 + (1) leaves, 9 or 10 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: An entry by Mr. Whish is dated 'Tellicherry, December 
1831'. The MS. may be about 50 years older. 
Character: Grantha. 

The JRgvetla-Samhitd in the Pada-Patha, accented, 
Astakas I — IV. The Udatta accents are expressed by 
the sign^-^— (u?) placed on the top of the syllable. The 
Svarita is expressed by the signy at the bottom of the 
line, e. g. kvay in V, 30, 1. At the end of unaccented 
words we find the sign ^ at the bottom of the line. The 

I Possibly the leaves are disarranged. 

^ See Panini IV, 1, 155; III, 1, 98; VII, 1, 66. 



-^i 223 Hg- 

sign L is used to express the Anunasika, e. g. devaii i L i :^ i 
iha I vaksati^ l in I, 1, 2. 

It begins: — agnim i ile^. i purah — liitam i yajfiasya i 
devam i rtvijam ii liotaram i ratna — dhatamam ii 

The first Astaka ends f. 70: — prathamastake astamo- 
ddhyayah ii 

The second Astaka begins: — pva i vah^ i prantam i 
raghu — manyavah^ l andhah i yajiiani i rudraya i milhuse i 
bharaddhvam ^ ii etc. 

Astaka II ends f. 137b, Astaka III f. 202b, Astaka IV 
f. 271b. 

The MS. contains also the following Khilas': Khila II 
(end of Mandala I) on ff. 108b, 109; Khila III (end of 
Mandala II) on f. 133; Kh. IV (end of hymn V, 44) on 
f. 218b; Kh. VI (end of hymn V, 51) on f. 221b; Kh. VII 
(end of V, 84) on f. 235; Kh. XI (end of VI, 44) on 
f. 260; Kh. XII (end of VI, 48) on f. 265. The Khilas I, 
V, VIII (Sristikta), IX and X are not found. 



166. 

AVhish No. 177. 

Size: 19x2^ in., (1) + 166 [numbered as ff. 160—323, ff. 281, 
282 counted twice] + 1 leaves, 11 (sometimes 12) lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entries by Mr. Wliisli dated "Tellicherry December 1831". 
The MS. may be about the same age as Xo. 176, but it is wiitten by 
a different hand. 

Character: Grantha. 

The Rgveda-Samhitd in the Pada-Patha, accented (in 
the same manner as No. 176), Astakas V — VIII. 

It begins: — stuse i nara | divah i vya i asya i pra-santa l 
asvina i huvC'^ i jaramanah | vya i arkkaih i etc. 

The V*'^ Astaka ends f. 198b, the VI *^ Astaka f. 241, 
the VII*^ Astaka f. 282 b, and the VIII ^^ Astaka f. 323 b. 



I See Professor Max Miiller's 2nd Edition of the Rigveda-Samhita 
•with Sayana's Coram., vol, IV, pp. 519 sqq. 



-^ 224 f<- 

Mandala IX ends f. 265b. Khila XIV is found on f. 178, 
Khila XVII f. 247 b. There may be more Khilas in other 
places, though I could not find them. 

It ends: — yatha i vah'^ I sii-saha i asati ii 49 ii gati- 
tirnnadhadhamastama nassanna sanus sanam'(??) ii addhya- 
yasya suktani vargasamasamkhyani ii ity astamestakestamo- 
ddhyayah ii subrahmanaya paramagurave namah li bin- 
dudurllipi° etc. 



167. 

WmsH Xo. 178. 

Size: 15|xli in., 6 + 165 leaves, 7 or 8 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Wliish dated 1831. The MS. is probably not 
very much older. 

Character: Grantha. 

The Prakrti (ff. 1—157) and the Prakfticalaksara 
(ff. 157 b— 165) of the Sdmaveda. An entry by Mr. Whish 
says: "This volume contains the Peakbitih of the Saivia- 
Yedah; and the CHalaksheam of the same — C. M. 
Whish — Tellicherry 1831 — NB. The Chalaksharam is 
a running index of the Prakritih." The first 6 leaves 
contain an Index to the volume, written by Mr. Whish. 

It begins: — gautamasya parkkah i o ta gna i I a cho 
yi hi na vo i to ya pre i i tokaya pre i i gr ka ni no ha i 
vya CO dato ya pre i i tokaya pre i i naghi i ho ta sa i 
tsa ve i ba au ho va i hi tu si i di 7 pa 9 ma 9 jho ii a 
te gna a yihi vl i takaya i i gr kah nl no havya da taya 
i I ni ghai ho ta satsi barha i si i baverha i sa aii ho va i 
bajarhl si i di 9 pa 6 ma 6 tr ii etc. See Sv. I, 1, 1, 1. 

F. 2: — ekonavim^ati prathamah ii F. 3: — paiicadasa 
dvitlyah ii F. 4b: — ekavim^atis trtiyah ii F. 7:— dva- 
vimsati caturtthali ii etc. 

F. 18: — caturda^a dvadasa ii harih om ii agneyam sama- 
ptam II 



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F. 30 b: — dvavimsati sasthah ii samam 132 ii bahusiimi 
samriptara ii om tvastri saraa i I pam kha yantlli i etc. See 
Sv. I, 2, 2, 4, 1. ' 

F. 35b: — ekada^a sasthah ii 64 ii ekasami samaptam ii 
om II bharadvajasyfirkkau dvau i a pa bhi tva su i etc. 
See Sv. I, 3, 1, 5, 1. 

F. 51b: — ekadasastamah ii brhati samaptam ii samara 
150 II 

F. 58: — trayodasa tritiyah ii trstup samaptam ii om 
saikhandinam i ga yi ya i etc. See Sv. I, 4, 2. 1, 1. 

F. 66 : — caturvim^ati caturtthah ii anustup samriptam ii 

F. 80: — sodasa navamah ii indrapuccham samaptam ii 

F. 116: — pancatrimsad ekadasa ii pavamanam sama- 
ptam II samam ii 387 li 

F. 127b: — dvadasa saptamah ii prathamaparvam sama- 
ptam II F. 137: — saptadasa saptamah ii dvitiyaparvas sama- 
ptah II F. 150: — dvadasastamah ii tritiyaparvani samaptam ii 
harili om ii aranam samaptam ii samam 248 ii 

F. 156: — dasa trtlyah ii sukriyam samaptam ii F. 157 
ends: — hi ma sthi ka a pre i da ka yo i a ci i di 6 pa 
6 ma 2 ka ii gayatram samaptam ii subham astu sriguru- 
caranaravindabhyam namah ii etc. (Scribe's colophon in 
Malayalam language.) 

F. 157b begins: — agnijho tra tra tam agne jhu agnin 
duku i agnirvatra dhudhedi i prestha chodhau ku i tva- 
nnojhego i eh}iindainr i a te the ju i tvam agne hi i agne 
vivasvad agho ekona^^msati prathamah ii namas te du i dii- 
tam vo nil i etc. See Sv. I, 1, 1, 1. 

It ends (f. 165): — dasa tritiyah ii sukriyam samaptam ll 
vi dama ghavanvi darayendran dhanasya cauti dhu i a i 
va no I u dvaya nte i tatsaka i sakvari samaptam ii prakrti- 
calaksaram samaptam ii harih om etc. 

168. 

Whish No. 179. 

Size: TtXI^- in., 3 + 54 leaves, 4 or 5 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

15 



^^ 226 HSr- 

Date: 17th or 18th cent.? 

Character: Malayalam. 

(1) 

A fragment of the Niddnasthcma of theAstdhgasamgraha 
by VdgWiata, Adhyaya 3^ 

It begins: — smrto vatapittaslesmaksataksayaih ksayayo- 
peksitas sarve balinas cottarottaram I tesam bhavisyatam 
riipani kanthe kandurarocakah sukapiirnabhakantbatvam 
tatradho vihatonilah i urddbvain pravrttoras tasmin kantbe 
ca samsajan sirasrotamsi sampuryya tatomgany utksipann 
iva I etc. 

It ends: — kramad vlryyam rucili pattir balani varnnas 
ca biyate i kslnasya sasrnmutratvam syac ca prstbakafi- 
grabab vayu[h]pradbana(b) kupita dbatavo rajayaksmanab. 

(2) 

Some y aisnava tr ac ts, viz. Ekddasivratamdhdtmya, Jay an U- 
mdhdtmya from tbe Skanda-Purdna, Jayantlvrata (?), 
Anantavrata (?), and Bhdskaramatamdhdtmya. 

Tbe first tract begins: — sriganapataye namab avighnam 
astu I Yudbistbira uvaca i srutam maya yadiisrestba vrata- 
nam uttamotta[motta]mam krt[v]arttbosmi na sandebas 
tvalprasadad adboksaja i anyo me sarpsayo bbuyad dbrdi 
salyab ivarppitah cbettum arhasi devesa na *** hi vidyate i 
tvam rte devakiputra sarvajna yadupumgava ekadaslvratam 
idan nityam va kamyam eva va i etc. 

It ends (f. 19): — iti ekadasivratamabatmyam samaptam ii 
namostu tejase dbenupabne lokapaline dbarapayodbarotsam- 
gasayine sesa^ayine i sivaramanarayanagovindamabadeva- 
krsnabari ii 

Tbe Jayantlmabatmya begins (f. 20): — sriganapataye 
namab i namab kapilasuryyaya sandrajiianatamascbide 
vidvatpatmaprabodbaikanidanajnanatejase i sri-Naradab ii 
jayantyas caiva mabatmyam katbayasva pitamaba taccbru- 
tvabani gamisyami tad visnob paramam padam i pitamaba 
uvaca I srnu vatsa pravaksyami prabbavaii castamisu ca 
jay am puny an ca kurute ksayam papasya yasya ca i etc. 

I As Prof. Aufrecht kindly informs me. 



-^ 227 H$- 

It ends (f. 41b): — iti skandapurane ^rijayantimahatmyam 
sampurnam ii 

The Jayantivrata begins (f. 41b): — atah parara pra- 
vaksyami jayantlvratam uttamara caturvarggapradan nfnam 
vaisnavanam visesatah anantara putradam sridam monta- 
(read moksa)dafi ca visesatah sravanyam krsnapakse ca 
tithitrayam anuttamam saptami castami caiva navami ca 
tatha srnu paratrayan nisa caiva dinatrayani atah param 
budhas ca gurus ca sukrau ca paratrayam udahrtam, etc. 

F. 47 : — dvadasaksaramantrena snapayed vidhipurvakam ii 
harih snganapataye namah i aranye varttamanas te pan- 
dava duhkhadar^itah (read '^'karsitah?) krsnan drstva yatha- 
nyaya(m) pranipatyedam abruvan i vayan duhkhena sanjatah 
prthivyara purusottama katham muktir vadasmakam anan- 
tad dukhasagarat i srikrsna(h) i anantavratam asty anyat 
sarvapapapranasanam sarvapapaharan nrnam strinaii caiva 
Yudhisthira i etc. 

F. 54 ends:— ittham vratan devapurohitena labdham 
pura Bhaskarasannikarsat tasmSd amarttya manujas ca 
jagmur vratan caritva sakalan abhistan ii iti Bhaskara- 
matamahatmyani samaptam il ii 



169. 

Whish No. 181. 

Size: 9irXl-g- in., (1) + 15 leaves, 7 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18 th or 19tii cent.? 
Character: Malayalam, 

The TarkasamgraJia, by Annambhatta. 

It begins:— harih srlganapataye namah avighnam astu[h] 
srigurubhyo namah | nidhaya hrdi visvesva[ra]m vidhfiya 
guruvandanam i balanam sukhabodhaya kriyate tarkasain- 
grahah i etc. 

It ends: — Kanadanyayamatayor balavyutpattisiddhaye 
Annambhattena vidusa racitas tarkasamgrahah ii tarka- 

15* 



-^ 228 f« 



-r^. ^-io rsr- 

saragrahas samaptah ii jagatah pitarau vaude varppati 
paramesvarau ii srikrsnaya namali ii 



170. 

Whish No. 182. 

Size: 7|xl| in., (1) + 38 leaves, generally 8 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Kollam year 997 = A. D. 1822. 

Character: Malayalam. 

The Manimanjari, a Commentary on Keddra Bliatta's 
Vrttaratncikara, by Ndrayam, the son of Nrsimhayajvan. 

'See No. 54 (3). 

It begins: — harih sriganapataye namah avigbnam astu i 
svetambbodhisthitan devam etc. See the beginning in 
No. 54 (3). . . . yathamatib ii atba praripsitasya gran- 
tbasyavigbnaparisamaptipracayagamanarttham istadevata- 
namaskaram karoti i sukbasantanasiddhyarttban naumi 
brahmacyutarccitam i gaurivinayakopetam samkaram loka- 
samkaram I spastortthah, etc. 

It ends:— yas tu prayunkte kusalo visese sabdan yatba- 
vad vyavabarakale i sonantam apnoti jayam paratra 
vagyogavid dusyati napasabdaih^ ii iti vrttaratnakaravya- 
kbyayam manimahjaryam sastboddhyayab piirnnah ii barib 

sriganapataye namah i asmatgurubbyo namah ii 

vrttaratnakaravyakbyanam samaptam ii srlsarasvatyai na- 
mah I etc. (Date in Malayalam). 

171. 

Whish No. 183. 

Size: 9j-Xl| in., 10 leaves, 8 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18th or 19tii cent.? 
Character: Malayalam. 



I See Mahabhasya, ed. Kielhorn, I, p. 2. 



-^ 229 r^r- 

Three Stotras, viz., 

(1) the Durgastaka (ff. 1—2); 

(2) the Hastamalaka (ff. 2 b— 3); 

(3) the Mantraksaramala (ff. 3b— 10b). 

It begins: — harih matar mme niadhukaitabhaghni mahi- 
sapranapaharodyame helaiiirmmitadhumralocanavadhe he 
candamiindarddini nis^esikrtaraktabijanidhane nitye nisuni- 
bhavahe sumbhaddhvamsini samharasu duritam durgge 
namas tembike i 1 i traivaCrjiiyrinruu gunanam amisaranakala- 
kelinanavatarais trailokyas tranasilam danujakulavanivahni- 
kilasalilam devim saccinmayin tarn vipulitavinamatsatrivar- 
ggapavarggam durggam devIm prapadye saranam aham 
asesapadunmulanaya i 2 i 

The Durgastaka ends f. 2 : — etat santah pathantu stavam 
akhilavipatjjyrdatuLanahlbhamhrnmohaddhvantabhanuprati- 
mam amitasamkalpakalpadrukalpam daurggaip daurggatya- 
ghoratapatuhinakaraprakhyam auho(?)gajendrasrenipanca- 
syadesyam suvipulabhayakalahitarksyaprabhavam i sridevyai 
namah i 

The Hastamalakam (f. 2b) begins:— harih nimittam 
manascaksuradipravrttau nirastakhilopadhir akasakalpah 
ravir llokacestanimittarn yatha yas sa nityopalabdhisvarupo- 
ham atma i 1 i 

F. 3 ends:— tatha cancalatvam tathapiha visnau i iti 
hastamalakah ii See No. 63 (6) above p. 82. 

The Mantrakisaramala (f. 3b) begins:— harih kallololla- 
sitamrtabdhiLaharimaddhye virajanmanidvipe, etc. See 
above Nos. 43 (2) and 112 (5). 

It ends (f. 10b):— srimantraksaramalaya girisutam yah 
pujayec cetasa sandhyasu prativasaram suvihitam^ tasya- 
malasyacirat cittambhoruhamandape girisutanrttam vidhattc 
sada vanivaktrasaroruhe jaladhijagehe jaganmamgala i 
(Then follow some lines in the Malayalam language). 



I The other two MSS. read suniyatam. 



-5H 230 K~ 

172. 

Whish No. 184. 

Size: 7x1? in., (1) + 30 + (6) leaves, 6 or 7 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: IStii or 19tii cent.? 
Character: Telugu. 

Injuries: The MS. is mucli damaged by insects, some leaves being 
almost illegible. 

A treatise on dreams (Svapnadhydya?), only partly in 
Sanskrit. 

The beginning is not Sanskrit. 

It ends:— saktya tu daksinam dadyat i nanaasyann ista- 
devatan i sarvadusvaiDnajanitam i doso na syatvu samsayah 
(read syat tv asainsayah) ii 8 ii iti dusvapnasa ** ii srira- 
niarppanam astii ii ii 

173. 

Whish No. 188. 

Size: 8tX1| in., 20 leaves, 7 lines on a page (5 lines only on 
the last 3 leaves). 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: 18th or 19th cent.? 

Character: Malay alam. 

Injuries: Slightly damaged, part of last leaf broken off. 

The Caudikasai)tati, a Stotra in honour of Durga. Printed 
in Kavyamala IV (1887), p. 1 seqq., and called there 
Candlsataka. The author is Bam. See Aufrecht CC. p. 177. 

It begins: — ma bhamksir vibhramam bhrur adharavidhu- 
rata keyamasyasya ragain pane prany eva nayam kalayasi 
kalahasraddhaya kin trisulam ity udyatkopaketiin prakr- 
tim avayavan prapayanty eva devyfi nyasto vo murddhni 
musyan marudasuhrdasun samharann amghrir amhah i 1 i 

It ends : — ... kurvati parvati vah 11 sridurggayai namah 
candikasaptatih ii 



-^ 231 f<- 

174. 

AVmsH No. 189. 

Size: 7 x 1^- in., (1) + 13 + (1) leaves, 7 or 8 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: Early 19th cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 

Fragment of the LaUtdstavaratna, called Aryddvisatl 
by Mr. Wliish. 

Beginning and end the same as in the fragment 
No. 160 (2). 

175. 

Whish No. 190. 

Size: ISj x; It in., (1) + 39 + (3) leaves, 9 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18th or 19tii cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 

The Bliojaprcibandha, a historical romance in prose and 
verse, (by Ballala. See Aufrecht-Oxford, p. 150 seq.) 

It begins: — svasti srlmaharajasya Bhojasya prabandhah 
kathyate i adau dhararajye Bandhulasamjno raja ciram 
prajah paryyapalayat i asya ca vrddhatve Bhoja iti putras 
samajani i sa yada paiicavarsikah tada pita atmani jaram 
jnatva mantrimukhyan ahuya anujam Mimjam mahabalam 
alocya putrah ca brdam viksya vicarayam asa i yady ahara 
rajyabharadharanasamarttham sodaram apahaya rajyam 
putraya prayacchami tada lokapavadah i athava balam me 
putram Muiijo rajyalobhad visadina marayisyati i tatha 
hi I lobhah pratistha pFipasya prasiitir llobha eva ca i 
dvesakrodhadijanako lobhah papasya karanam li 1 ii lobhat 
kopah prabhavati krodhad (d)rohah pravarttate i drohena 
narakara yati sastrajhopi vicaksanah ii 2 ii mataram pitaram 
putram bhrataram va suhrttamam i lobhavisto naro hanti 
svaminam va gurun tatha ii 3 ii iti vicaryya rajyam Munjaya 



•^ 232 H$- 

dattavan i tadutsamge atmajam mumoca i tatali kalantare 
rajani divam gate sati sampiTiptarajyo Muiijah buddhisa- 
garam vyaparamudrayali durikrtya tatpade anyan didesa i 
gurubhyo rajaputram vacayati sravayati ca sastrani i evam 
sthite jyotissastraparam gatali kascit brahmanah rajnas 
sabliam abliyagat i sa ca rajne svastity uktva tadajfiaya 
upavistali praha i raj an lokoyam mam sarvajiiam vakti i 
kimapi prccha i kanthastlia ya bhaved vidya sa prakasya 
sada budhaih i ya gurau pustake vidya taya miidhah pra 
*** (11 4 II) mateva raksati piteva hite niyuiikte kanteva 
cabhiramayaty apanlya khedam i kirttifi ca diksu vitanoti 
tanoti laksmlm kim kin na sadhayati kalpalateva vidya ii 5 ii 
tato raja putrasya Bhojasya buddhyatisayan jatakan ca 
prstavan i tato brfilimana aha i raj an tava putroyam ati- 
buddliiman biiddiiir eva khaki sarvakaryyasadhini i tatha 
hi 1 ekam hanyan na va hanyad isur mmukto dhanusmata i 
buddhir buddhimatotsrsta hanyad rastram sarajakaiu 
II 6 11 etc. 

It is incomplete, the end of" the MS. being as follows: — 
raja sarvam bhumim kavidattam matva udatisthat i kavis 
ca tam abhiprayam jhatva punar aha ii rajan kanakadha- 
rabhis tvayi sarvatra varsati i abhagyacchatrasaiichanne 
mayi nayanti bindavah ii 302 ii raja antahpuram gatva Li- 
ladevlm aha i devi sarvam rajyam kavaye dattam i tasmat 
tapovanam maya saha agaccha i asminn avasare vidvan 
nirgatah i Buddhisagarena mukhyamatyena prstah i vidvan 
rajha kin dattam i sa aha i na kimapi dattam i amatya 
aha I ****** (leaf broken) akam patha i tatas slokacatu- 
stayam pathati i tatomatyah praha i sukave tava koti- 
dravyan diyate i paran tii rajha yad dattam tava bhavi 
tat punar vikriyatam i kavis tatha karoti i tato kotisam- 
khyan datva kavim presayitva amatyah rajani katam agatya 
tisthati 1 raja tam fdia i Buddhisagara rajyam idam sarvam 
kavaye dattam atas tapovanam gacchami i tavapeksa asti 
yadi tarhi ma gaccha i tatomatyah praha i deva kotidrav- 
yamulyena rajyam idam vikritam kotidravyah ca viduse 
dattam i ato rajyam bhavadiyam bhumksva i rfija amatyam 
sammanitavan i anyada mrgayarasena atavim atann ata- 



■^ 233 H^ 

pena dunadehah pipasaya paryyakulas turaipgam adhiruliya 
udakartthan nikatakatabhuvam atan tad alalxlliva, srantah 
kasyacit taror adliastad upfivisat i tatra kacit gopakanya 
sukumarl manojfiasarvamgl dharanagaram prati takram 
vikritukama takrabhandam samudvahanti samagacchat i 
agacchantin tan drstva raja pipasaya etat bliandasthani 
peyaii cet pibamiti buddhya prccbati i taruni kira vahasi i 
sa ca mukbasriya tarn Bhojam viditva rajfio bbavafi ca 
jnatva iXba i deva i bimakundasasiprabbasamkbanibbaiii 
paripakvakapitthasugandbi rasam i tarunikaranirmmatbitain 
piba be nrpa sarvarujapabaram i 



176. 

Whish No. 191. 

Size: lltx28- in., 4 + 226 + (3) leaves, from 14 to 16 lines on 
a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated 'December 1831'. The Vyaya 
year immediately preceding 1831 is A. D. 1826—27. The MS. may 
have been written in that year, or in A. D. 1766 — 67. 

Scribe: Raghunatha, son of Ramakrsna. 

Character: Grautha. 

Tbe Taittinya-Samhitd, in 7 Kandas, the Sambita-Patba, 
complete, unaccented. Tbe first three leaves contain a 
table of contents indicating the commencement of the 
Prasnas and Kandas. 

It begins: — suklambaradhararn visnum sasivarnah catur- 
bhujam i prasannavadanan dbyayet sarvavighnopasantaye i 
srigurubbyo namah ii srlramacandraya namah ii oin ise 
tvorjje tva vayava sthopayava stha, etc. 

Kanda I ff. 1 — 32, Kanda II ff. 33—68, Kanda III 
£f. 69—88, Kanda IV ff. 89—116, Kanda V ff. 117—155, 
Kanda VI ff\ 156—193, Kanda VII ff 194-226. 

It ends: — yonis samudro bandhuh il vyattam avahad dva- 
dasa ca ii gavo giXvas sisasanti .... catuhpahcasat ll gavo 
yonis samudro bandhuh i harih om subham astu sriguru- 
bhyo namah sriramaya namah. n krsnarpanam astu ii 



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samvatsare vyaye bhanau kannyaraslm upeyusi i ayane 
daksine pakse site vare brhaspateh i antiradhabhidhe tare 
caturtthitithisamyute i Ramakrsnasya putrena ramablia- 
ktena dhimata i Raghunathena vidusa likhitam vedapusta- 
kam I abaddham va, etc. . . . ksantura arhanti santah li 



177. 

Whish No. 192. 
Size: 121x2 in., 2 + 302 + (2) leaves, 9 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18tii or 19th cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 

The Taittiriya-Bralimana, in 3 Astakas, ending with 
III, 9. The first two leaves contain a table of contents 
indicating the commencement of Astakas and Prasnas. 

It begins:— brahma san dhattan tan me jinvatam i etc. 

The l'"^* Astaka ends (f. 88 b): — varunasya yad asvibhyam 
yat trisu tasmad udvatis saptatrimsat ii varunasya prati 
tisthati II harih om etc. 

The 2^"^ Astaka ends (f. 185 b): — pivonnam yuyam pata 
svastibhis sada nah ii harih om, etc. 

The 3'^'^ Astaka ends (f. 302): — prajapatir asvamedhan 
juhvati II harih om i etc. 

178. 

Whish No. 193. 
Size: 12tX2 in., 1 + 130 + (1) leaves, 9 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18th or 19 th cent.? 
Character: Grantha, the same hand as No. 177. 

The Taittirlija-Aranyaka and the Aranya-Kcifliaka (i. e. 
Taittiriya-Brahmana III, 10—12). The arrangement of 
the Prapathakas differs from that in Rajendralala Mitra's 
edition, and Prapathakas VOI and IX are missing, just 
as in the Dravida text, described by Burnell, Tanjore p. 8b. 
See H. Liiders, Vyasa-Siksa, p. 61 note. 







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Ff. 


1 — 20 = 


Pi 


apathaka 


T ) 


^ 






21 — 28 = 
29 — 36b = 






II 
III 


^ cs y 

^ -S ^3 






36b- 45 = 
46 — 54 = 






VI 
VII 


2 ^ 3 






55 — 69 = 






X 


■S '§ g 






70 — 84 = 
85 —103 = 






IV 
V 


-S icS -"S 
rt pf T3 


Kathaka 




104 —111 = 


Taittiriya-Brahmana III, 10 


or 
Aranya- 
Kathaka 




112 — 120b= 
120b-130 = 








III, 11 
III, 12 



It begins: — bhadram karnebhis srimuyama devah i etc. 

The 1"* Prapathaka ends f. 20b, the 2^d P. f. 28b. 
The 3"^ P. ends (f. 36b): — suvaniara sahasrasirsabhyo 
bliartta harin taranir apyayasveyuste ye jyotismatira praya- 
saya cittam ekavimsatih i cittis sirnginikosyabhyam ii harih 
om II srikrsnarpanam astu ii vasudevarpanam astu on tat 
sat II 

Then follows: — pareyivamsam pravato mahir anu bahu- 
bhyah pantham anapaspasanam i etc. which is the 6**^ Pra- 
pathaka in Rajendralala Mitra's edition. It ends (f. 45): — 
om utsrjata ii vadhistha dve ca ii 12 ii pareyuvarasam ajo- 

bhagas catuscatvarinisat i apasySma prnihi dvadasa 

dvadasa i pareyivamsam ayatvotas te saptaviipsatih. i pa- 
reyuvamsam oni utsrjata ii harih om i . . . subham astu ii 

Then follows Prapathaka VII ending f. 54b, and this 
is followed by P. X, which begins (f. 55): — ambhasy apSre 
bhuvanasya maddhye nakasya prsthe mahato mahiyan i etc. 
It ends (f. 69):— mahimanam ity upanisat ii 64 i ambhasi 

bhur agnaye bhur annam bhiir agnaye ca pahi no 

(f. 69 b) tasyaivam vidusas catussastih ii ambhasi vrsa harnsas 
sarvo vai rudra ayatu sraddhayan tat purusa ya prthi- 
vyaikannasltih ii ambhasity upanisat ii srikrsnarpanam astu i 
. . . srigurubhyo namah ii 

Then follow Prap. IV, ff. 70—84, & Prap. V, ff. 85—103, 
which ends as follows: — devS, vai satram yajhaparur antas 
tejasaivasminn acchrnatti svaha marutbhir j-tubhya eva- 



->* 236 H^ 

dhiyantoveksante pamkto yajnas tabhya evainam yajiiam 
raksamsi jighamsanti tat samnah payo vacyeva vacan da- 
dhati tasmad idam satottarafi caturdasa i liarih om ii 

Then follows the Kathaka, i. e. Taittiriya-Brahmana III, 
10—12 (ff. 104—130). 

It ends (f. 130): — tuhhyam saptapahcasat i tubhyam 
om II harih om i subham astu i idam riranakathaka sama- 
ptam II harih om ii tubhyan tapasa tava eta hiranyan dadati 
sarva disas tapa asit saptapaiicasat il sriguru° etc. 



179. 

Whish No. 194. 
Size: 14ix2 in., 2 + 150 + (l) leaves, 10 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated 'December 1831'. The MS. may 
be about 50 or 70 years older. 
Character: Grantha. 

The Uhagdna or Saptagcma of the Samaveda, Prasnas 
12—49, or iBooks II— VII. The titles of the Books are: 
Samvatsara, Ekaha, Ahlna, Satrani, Prayascitta, and 
Ksudra. The first Book, called Dasaratra, consisting of 
Prasnas 1—11, is found in No. 180. The first two leaves 
contain an Index of Books and Prasnas. On this work, 
see Th. Benfey, Die Hymnen des Samaveda, p. vii; Weber- 
Berlin I, p. 67; Aufrecht CC. p. 709. 

It begins: — amahlyavani i yo i ucca, tajjatam andhasah ii 
vr pha si, pavasva dharaya i ma cchara ru tva ta pre i I 
ca kah matsarah i vi ro sva dadha i na kah ojasa u i etc. 
See Sv. I, 5, 2, 4. 

F. 31 : - samvatsaram samaptam ii om i nanadam i sva i 
pra thu tyasmai pi pi l etc. See Sv. I, 4, 2, 2, 1. 

F. 63: — ekahas samaptah ii harih om i srigurubhyo 
namah ii harih om ii srautakaksam i yo i indrEya ma dva 
ne siitri I etc. See Sv. I, 2, 2, 2, 4. 

F. 94: — ahlnara samaptam ii harih cm ii (F. 94b) gaurl- 
vitam I vipasah i vi ti so l v6 ta ti tatha im i etc. See 
Sv. I, 1, 2, 4, 7. 



-^ 237 f^ 

F. 119 b:— satiTini saiiiaptaui ii harih om ii udvat pra- 
jfipatyam i yo i puniinas soma dha i pra ro tnam sadhastha- 
ma I etc. See Sv. II, 1, 1, 9. 

F. 129:— prayascittani samaptam ii harih ora ii subham 
astu I akanvarathantaram i k rau bhi t\k sura no nii 
mah I etc. See Sv. I, 3, 1, 5, 1. 

It ends (f. 150b): — ksudram samaptam ii uhara sama- 
ptam II harih om i etc. 



180. 

"Whish No. 195. 

Size: 12^Xl|- in., 70 + 74 leaves, 8 or 9 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Entry by Mr. Whish dated 'December 1831'. The MS. may 
be about 50 or 70 years older. 
Character: Grantha. 

(1) 

The Dasamtra or first Book of the Uliagdna of the 
Sdmaveda, in 11 Prasnas. See above No. 179 (Whish 
No. 194). 

It begins: — amahiyavam svayona — u pha cca ta i i ja- 
tam andhasah i di chii va i sat bhu pre i mi kah ya da da i i 
u ro gram sarmmil i ma kah ha i srava 2 i yaca i sa pha na i 
a indrti ya yu jyava i i va chu rii na ya pre i makah rilt 
bhi yah i vakaira vo va it i pakah ra 2 srava 2 i vaca i 
ephana va i sva ni aryya a i etc. See Sv. II, 1, 1, 8. 

It ends: — o au ce ho ha i i sva kah nta u va i ya tl 
ntyau ho i him kamapre i va khi mi jo muha i i di nu 
4 2 nama 2 6 i lu ii dasaratrah il harih om, etc. 

(2) 

The Eahasya of the Sdmaveda, in 7 Parts. The titles 
of these 7 Parts are the same as those of the 7 Books 
of the Uhagana. The work is evidently the same as the 
TJhyaydna or Uhyagdna, on which see Benfey, Die Hymnen 
des Samaveda, p. vm; Weber-Berlin, I, p. 67; Aufrecht 
CC. p. 709. 



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It begins: — a ra blii tvl su ra no nma mo va i ratha- 
ntaram ii sva catvari i a ra bhi tva su ra no nma mo va i 
aka dugdham thenava (sec. m.: dugdlia iva dlienava) i(sa)- 
nam asya jagatah i su kah vardrsam i etc. See Sv. L 3, 1 , 5, 1. 

F. 11:— tritiyah i dasaratrah i harih om ii aprcchyam 
samkrstah i dha ratnali purvavad rathantaram ii 

F. 26: — uhasamam i 41 i samvatsaras samaptah ii athar- 
vanam i uhu va o hi i o au ca ho va i etc. 

P. 34: — ekahas samaptah ii rtanidhanam ajyadoham ii 
cyokaham i prakasunvanaya, etc. See Sv. I, 6, 2, 1, 9. 

F. 44 b: — ahmas samaptah ii mabhe i yo i rathakhye i 
samkrstah rathantaram ii ma rabhe mama, etc. 

F. 48b: — satram samaptam i: harih om ii u ca hu va o 
ha 1 au ca ho° va i etc. 

F. 54b : — prayascittam samaptam samarn 19 harih om ii 
au ho iyajfia yajna, etc. 

It ends: — it ku ida i simasuva i adya yo stotriyo ritya- 
gatih I di 12 I ut 3 I manu 4 i jl i 2 ii rahasyam sama- 
ptam II srigurubhyo namah ii harih om ii subham astu i 



181. 

Sansk. No. 1. 

Size: IT^xIt in., (1) + 53 leaves, from 5 to 7 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 19 & cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 

The Hastigirimdhdtmya from the Brahma - Purdna, 
Adhyayas 1 — 15. According to Aufrecht-Oxford p. 30a, 
it belongs to the Br ahmdnda -Parana. 

It begins: — Bhruguruvaca i bhagavan muni^ardiila varna- 
sramasamasrayah i akhyata bahavo dharmma bhavata me 
sanatanah i utpattih kathita dhatur visnunabhisaroruhat i 
devata * ryyan^ naranah ca sambhavah kathitas tvaya i 

I A piece of the first leaf is broken oft", one Aksara being lost in 
each line. Read devatanan? 



-^ 239 Hg- 

dharmmarttliakamamoksunam svarupau ca yathatathani i 
dehinam karmmabandlias ca taddhetus ca suvismrtah i 
pradhaiiapumsor ajiieyo svarupan ca (sa)miritara i vidyavidye 
ca katliite lokabhedas ca vismrtah i punyaksetrani sarvani 
kathitani saraagratah i nagarani ca punyani vi.sesena mahi- 
tale 1 salagramam kuruksetram tatlia badarikasramam i etc. 

F. 5: — iti sribrahme purane Bhrugu-Naradasamvade ^ri- 
hastigirimahatmye prathamoddliyayah ii 

F. 19: — iti sribrahme purane Bhrgu-Naradasamvade sri- 
hastagirimahatmye ahamkaranirupane hiranyagarbhavibu- 
dbasamvado nama pancamoddhyayah II 

F. 23: — iti . . . gunatrayavibhago nama sasthoddhyayah ii 

F. 25b:— iti . . . bhagavatpradurbhavo nama saptamo- 
ddhyayah ii 

F. 33:— iti . . . asvamedhavabhrtho nama navamodhya- 
yah II 

F. 43: — iti . . . dvijabharadvajasamvado nama dvadaso- 
ddhyayah ii 

F. 47 : — iti . . . apsaroganavipralambho nama trayodaso- 
ddhyayah ii 

F. 50: — iti . . . mrkandugajendrasainvado nama cadur- 
dasoddhyayab ii 

F. 52b ends: — yaksasamghais ca munibhir gandharvais 
ca nisevitam i sa pravisya saromaddhye kautuhalasaman- 
vitah 1 dadarsa paramapritas sobhitan nirmmalodakam i 

The end of the work is lost. The last leaf does not 
belong to it. 



182. 

Sansk. No. 2. 

Size: 9x1t in., (2) + 57 + (2) leaves, generally 6 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18 th cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 

The ^rirangamdhatmya from the Brahmdmja-Purdna, 
in 10 Adhyayas. See No. 49 (a) and Ind. Off. YI, p. 1248 
(No. 3437). 



-^ 240 r^ 

It begins: — asmatgurubhyo nainali i Naradah i devadeva 
virupfiksa smtam sarvam mayadhuna i trailokyantargatam 
pratnam tvanmukhambhojamssrtam i tatha pimyani tirtthani 
punyany ayatanani ca i gamgadyas saritas sarva itiha- 
sas ca samkara i kaveryyas tu prasamgena tasyas tire tvaya 
pura 1 prastutam ramgam ity uktam visnor ayatanani 
mahat i tasyaham srotum icchami vistarena mabesvara i 
mabatmyam agbanasaya punyasya ca vivrddbaye i etc. 

Y. 5b: — iti brabmandapurane mabesvaranaradasamvade 
sriramgamabatmye srlramgaksetravaibbavan nama pratha- 
moddbyayab i sriramganatbaya namah ii 

F. lib: — iti . . . sriramgamabatmye bralimasrstikatbanan 
nama dvitiyoddbyayab ii bayagrivaya namab ii 

Adbyaya 3 (srlramgavimanam avirbbavan nama) ends 
f. 16; Adby. 4 f. 20 b; Adby. 5 (arccavataravigrabasvaru- 
pavaibbavan nama) f. 25 b; Adby. 6 f. 31; Adby. 7 (sri- 
ramgadivyavimanam Iksvakulabdbavaibbavan nama) f. 38b; 
Adby. 8 f. 44b; Adby. 9 f. 50b. 

It ends: — iti brabmandapurane mabesvaranaradasam- 
vade sriramgamabatmye dasamoddbyayab i sriramganatbaya 
namab i barih om subham astu. 



183. 

Sansk. Xo. 3. 

Size: ISlxlj in., (6) + 82 (numhored also as £f. 66 to 148) + (3) 
leaves, 5 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: IStii or 19th cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 

Tbe Visvagunddarsa, by Vet^lmfdcdryayajvan, son of i^a- 
(jlmndthdryadllmta. See Aufrecbt-Oxford p. 150 (No. 319). 

It begins : — ^rirajivaksavaksastbalanilayarama bastavasta- 
vyalolallila(bja)n nispatanti madhuramadbujbari nabbipadme 
murareb i astokam lokamatra dviyugamukbasisor ananesv 
arpyamanam samkbaprante na divyam paya iti vibudbais 
samkyamana punatu i kancimandalamandanasya makbinah 



-^-4 241 H$- 

karnatabhubhrtguros tataryyasya tligantakantaya^aso yam 
bhagineyam viduli i astokilcldhvarakarttur Appayaguror 
asyaisa vidvanmaneh putra srI - llagliunatliadiksitakavih 
purno gunair edhate i 2 i tatsutas tarkavedantatantravya- 
krticintakab i vyaktam visvagunadarsam vidhatte Ye(n)kata- 
ddhvari i padyam yady api vidyate bahu satam hrdyam vi- 
gadyan na tarka (read tad?) gadyan ca pratipadyate na 
vijahat padyam budha svadyatam i adhatte hi tayoh prayoga 
ubhayor amodam mamodayam samgali kasya na hi svadcta 
manaso maddhvikamrdvlkayoh i visvavalokasprhaya kadacit 
vimanamriruhyasamauarupamiKrsanuvisvavasunamadheyaiu 
gandharvayugmam gagane cacara i 5 i tatra tu i Krsfinur 
akrsasuyah purobhagi padam gatah i Yisvavasur abhud 
visvagiinagrahanakaiituki i 6 i atha puratas samapatantam 
aravindabandhavam avalokayann avandata nanam (?) aga- 
masagaraparadrsva visvavasuli i brahmacaryyavratotsarga- 
gurave kokasantateh i cchayabimbokalolaya cchandasa- 
jyotise namah i 7 i 

It ends: — jayatu nigamavartmanis sapatna (read °tnafi; 
jayatu jayaya murarir anjanadrau i jayatu jagati laksmana- 
ryyapakso jayatu vacas srutimaulidesikanam i prakasado- 
sapracurepy amu^min granthe madiye karunanubandhat i 
prasadavanto na krsanavantu j)aran tu visvavasavantu 
santah i slo i 575 i ga i 222 ii iti srimad-Atreyanvaya- 
Raghunatharyyadiksitatanayasya srinivasakrpatisayasuvidi- 
tanayasya Sitambagarbhasambhavasya srimatkahcinagara- 
vastavyasya Verakatacaryyayajvanah krtisu visvagunadarsa- 
khyaii cambu (sic) sampuniam ii harih om ii 



184. 

Sansk. No, 4. 

Size etc.: IS^-xli in., (2) + 176 + (2) leaves, from 6 to 8 lines 
on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18th cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 

16 



^ 242; H^. 

(1) 

• The Madhydrjunamalmtmya from the SJcanda-Piirdna 
(ff. 1—79) and Uparihlidga of the same (ff. 80-145). 

It begins: — sriganesaya namah i advaitadantam ahiraja- 
krtopavitam akhandaladivibudhair abhivanditamghrim i apa- 
nnakalpatarum adrtahastirupam anandavarddhanam aham 
sivayor nnamami i srikantham varadam vande sndhara- 
drumareditam i dharayantam viyannadya samam mur- 
ddh[a]ni sudhakarani i suprasannamiddiambhojam suvarna- 
citivigraham i gaurisakham anadyan tam bhajeham jaga- 
disvaram i om rsayali i srutani pimyasthanani tirtthani 
vividhani ca i etc. 

F. 4b: — iti skSnde purane maddhyarjjunamahatmye pra- 
thamoddhyayah ii 

Parti (f. 79) ends: — iti sriskande purane maddhyarjju- 
namahatmye trimsoddhyayah ii maddhyarjjunamahatrayam 
sampurnam i srimaddhyarjjunesvaraya namah i ajhagane- 
svaraya namah i sridaksinamurttaye namah ii harih om 
avighnam astu. 

Part II begins (f 80): — mahaganapataye namah i sri- 
Saunakah i nadmadapuranajha tirtthavaibhavakovida i 
srutam saivarahasyam me tvattas samgam mahamate i 
gamanagamanan caiva maddhyarjjunapateh prabhoh i 
vrsnivaryasya mahatmyam tatragamanakaranam i maya 
srutam vistarena Suta tatvavisrirada i srotum icchami 
mahatmyam tirtthanan ca visesatah i kani tirtthani tatksetre 
subhe maddhyarjjune pure i kartsnyena bruhi dayaya tlr- 
tthadevadikany api l etc. 

F. 83: — iti sriskandapurane uparibhage tirtthavaibhava- 
khande Siitasaunakasamvade karunyamrtatirtthaprasamsa- 
nam nama dvatrimsoddhyayah li 

It ends (f. 145 b): — iti sriskandapurane Sutasaunakasam- 
vade uparibhage ksetravaibhavakhande srimanmaddhya- 
rjjunamahatmye kalyanatirttha^ikharatrivaibhavanirtipanan 
nama dvipancasoddhyayah II srimahamamgalamurttaye na- 
mah I snbrhatkucambanayaklsametasriraahahipgamahamur- 
ttaye namah ii 



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(2) 

The Madhydrjunamdludmya from the Bralimakaivarta- 
FurCum (ff. 14()— 160). 

It begins (f. 146 = 1): — srimahaganapataye namah i 
Narado munivaryas tu kadacit caturauanain i pudamulam 
upasritya vavande pitaram svakara i sabhayain manito 
bhutva brahmana patmayonina i upavi.syasane divye sarva- 
devais supujitah i drstva rnunir brahmasabham murttamur- 
ttajaiiai(r) vrtani i etc. 

F. 149 (=4): — iti srlbrahinakaivarttapurane rahasye 
sivavaibhavakhande brahmanfiradasamvade maddhyarjjuna- 
mahatmye prathamoddhyayah il 

It ends (f. 160 b = 15 b): — iti sribrahmakaivarttapurana- 
rahasye Sivavaibhavakhande brahmanaradasamvade sri- 
manmaddhyarjjunamahatmye sasthoddhyayah ii 

(3) 

The Madhijdrjanamdhdtniya from the Linga-Purdna 
(ff. 161—176). 

It begins (161 = 16): — srimahaganapataye namah i 
naimise nimisaksetre Saunakadya maharsayali i dvadasabda- 
kratuvaram cakruh kailasahetave i tadayato mahapiijyah 
Siitah pauranikottamah i sivasarnkirttanam kurvan tripu- 
ndramkitadehavan i etc. 

F. 164 (=19): — iti srimallimgapurane maddhyarjjuna- 
maha,tmye maddhyamakhande Sutasaunakasamvade pratha- 
moddhyayah II 

It ends (f. 176b = 31b): — iti srimallimgapurane nagara- 
maddhyamakhande Sutasaunakasamvade srlmanmaddhya- 
rjjunesvaramahatraye pancamoddhyayah ii sribrhatkucam- 
basametasrimahahmgamahaniiirttaye namah ii harih i cm i 



185. 

Sansk. No. 5. 

Size etc.: Io'jxIt in., 219 + (2) leaves [if. 16, 82, 214 are missing, 
106, 108, 124 occur twice, 104, 107, 109, 198, 211, 212 & 213 are 
misplaced], 6 or 7 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

16* 



-$H 244 H$- 

Date: 18 th or 19th cent.? 

Character: Grantha. The MS. is written by two different hands. 
It looks as if original lacunas had been supplied by a more recent 
hand. The end is missing. 

The Pancanaclamdhdtmya from the T'lrthcqorasamsd of 
the Brahmahaivarta-Purdna, incomplete and very incorrect. 

It begins: — suklambaradharam visnum sasivarnam catur- 
bhujam prasannavadanam ddhyfiyet sarvavighnopasantaye I 
ya kundendutusaraharadhavala (read °la)ya subhravastravrta 
(read °ta) ya vlna(read °na)varadandamanditakara ya sveta- 
padmasana i ya brahma(read °hma)cyutasarakaraprabhrti- 
bhi(r) devi sada pujita sa (read °ta sa) mam patii (read patu) 
sarasvati bhagavati nigyesajadyilpali (read nissesajadyapa- 
ha)* I doskayukta (read dorbhir yukta) caturbhi sphatika- 
manimayim aksamalan dadhana hastenaikena patmarn sitam 
api ca sukam pustakafi caparena bhasakundendusamkha- 
sphatikamaninibha bhasamana samanam (read °am) sa me 
vagdevateyan nivasatu vadane sarvada suprasanna (read 
"nna ii) vande mahesvaran devam vighnesarn sanmukham 
gurum I ganesan nandimukhyas (read °khyains) ca sivabha- 
ktamahamunin i namo dharmmaya mahate namah i krsnaya 
vedhase brahmanebhyo namaskrtya dharmman vaksyama(h) 
sasvatan (read °tan) srlgurubhyo namah i Devavarmma- 
bhidho raja suryavamsasamutbhavah i sumutura (read Su- 
mantum) paripapraccha sivabhakta[ka]dvijottamrih (read 
°mam) i uktam samastam bhavata Sumanto tlrtthavaibhavam i 
kaverya mahima prokta (read °kto) vrddhadrsasya vaibhavam 
madhuraksetramaharttham (read mathnraksetramahatm- 
yam?) vistarena tvayoditam i idanim srotum icchami srl- 
matpahcanadasya vai i mahatmyam kayutam vidvan (read 
kathyatam vidvan) kautiihalaparasya me i etc. 

F. 6: — iti srimatbrahmakaivarttakavye mahapurane tir- 
tthaprasamsayam i)ahcanadamahatmye prathamoddhyayah 11 

F. 54: — iti navamoddhyayah ii 

F. 99 b: — iti dvavirnsoddhyayah ii 

I See the beginning of Nr. 187 in the 'Katalog der Sanskrit-Hand- 
schriften der Universitats-Bibliothek zu Leipzig' von Theodor Aufrecht 
(Leipzig 1901). 



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F. 164: — iti pancatrimsoddliyayah ii 

p, 187: — iti tricatvririmsodclhyayah ;i 

F. 212b: — iti sribrahmakaivarttakhye' mahapurane tir- 

tthaprasamsayara paficanadamahatmye astacatvarim^o- 

ddhyayah. 

186. 

Sansk. No. 6. 
Size etc.: Ifijxl? in., (1) -f- 149 + (1) leaves, 7 or 8 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: ISth or 19th cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 

The Tulakaverlmahdtmija from the Agneya-Purdna, in 
31 chapters. 

Another copy in No. 51 (= Whish No. 52). 

It begins: — suklaipbaradharam visnum sa.sivarnah catur- 
bhujani i prasannavadanan dhyayet sarvavighnopa.santaye i 
Dharmmavarmmatharajarsir nniculapuravallabhah i bhiiyah 
papraccha tan natva Drdbhyara bhagavatottamam i bhaga- 
van praninas sarve kenopayena sampadah i bhavanti putran 
samprapya sukhinas cirajivinah i katham syat papanirhara 
srise (readsrisca?) bhaktih kathani bhavet i kena dharmmena 
santusto bhagavan bhutabhavanah i prasidati manusyanam 
bhuktiniuktiphakxpradah i visesapapabhuyisthe duracare 
kalau yuge i papanaso bhavet brahman mahapatakinopi 
va I etat sarvam asesena tava sisyasya me vada i iti 
rajhanusamprsto bhagavan bhagavatpriyah i babhase Dhar- 
mmavarmmanara dharmmistham brahmanottamah i Dal- 
bhyah i sadhu prstam maharaja bhagavatbhaktivarddhana i 
yat te manogatam srotuni divyam visnukathani .subharn i 
tasmat te varnayisyami sarvani tatvani yathfimati i asrainn 
artthe pura prsto Hariscandrena Kumbhajah i kuruksetre 
munindranam agrato yad avarnayat i tat teham sampra- 
vaksyami srunusvavahitodhuna I etc. 

Y. 5b: — iti srimadagneyapurane tulakaverimahatmye 
prathamoddhyayah ii 

1 This is exceptional. The colophons at the end of almost all the 
chapters have srlmatbrahmakaivartta/v«i'^e. 



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It ends: — iti srimadagneyapurane tulakaveiimahatmye 
ekatrmsoddliyayah ii evam etat puravrttam akhyanam 
bhadram astu vah i pravyaharata visrabdhrdi balam visnoli 
pravarddhatam i kaverl vai'ddhatam kale kale varsatu 
vasavali i tiriramganatho jayatu siiramgasris ca varddha- 
tam 1 lablias tesan jayas tesam krtas tesam paiTibhavah i 
tesam indivara syamo lirdaye supratisthitali ii liarih om I! 



187. 
Sansk. No. 7. 

Size etc. : 16 X 1 ¥ in., (1) + 187 -f (1) leaves, 6 or 7 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18 th or 19tii cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 

The Kaunjarasanaksetramdhdtmya from the &atarudriya- 
hofisamhitd (VaidikadharmaMiawJa) of the &iva-Pnrdna. 
Incomplete. 

It begins: — suklambaradharam visnum sasivarnam catur- 
bhujam prasannavadanam dhyayet sarvavighnopasantaye i 
gurave sarvalokanam bhisaje bhavaroginaiu i nidhaye 
sarvavidyanam .sridaksinamurttaye namah li .srigunibhyo 
namah il krtva samvatsaram diksaniyamam Maithilo mahan i 
suddhavratyah suddhamana nivisto rauravebliavat i tatra 
bhagirathltire sarvadevasamasraye sannidhan vi.svanathasya 
cittasuddhividhayake i kevalam cittasudhyarttham rtvikbhih 
parivestitah i santyajya sarvakaryani rajyakriryani mantrisu i 
niksipya khalu medhavi svasya meddhyatvasiddhaye i netra- 
krsnavinasaya tvagasthyaikatvasiddhaye i atiYrattya[h]s sa- 
padnikah babhuva kila diksitah i sanantarika (read satranta- 
rita?)krdesu Maithilas tarn mahamunim i tesan dvijanam pu- 
ratah srutidharmman asesatah i smarttan pauranikams capi 
paripapraccha tatra vai i vaidikah kepi va dharmma ye va 
pauranikah punah i anusthitais tu tair ddharnimaih phalani 
kim iti tatvavit i punas ca paripapraccha srnvatsu nikhilesv 
ayara i prstas tena tathaddhvaryyur Mmaithilo dharmma- 
vittamah i provaca :^rnu rfijendra vaksyEmy etani te dvijah i 
caturbhis ca caturbhis ca dvabhyrini pahcabhir eva ca i 



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kriyate yas sa dharmma syad atonyo namadharakal.i i iti 
Karsnrijiiiih pralia sa srimrm brahraavittamah i etc 

F. 3b: — srity adimahripurane srisaive satakotirudras[s]ain- 
hitayam kunjarasadivyaksetramahatmye prathamodhyayah :i 

F. 7: — ity adiraahapurane srisaive satarudryakotisaTn- 
hitriyam kufijarasanadivyaksetramrdiatraye dvitiyyoddhyayahii 

F. 18: — ity adi" srisaive satarudriyakotisamhitayani 
kaufijarasaiiaksetramfdiatmye paficamoddhyayah ii 

F. 45: — ity adiniahapurane srisaive satarudriyakotisani- 
hitayara vaidikadharmmakhande srikaunjarasanadivyakse- 
tramfdiatmye caturddasoddliyayah ii 

F. 78: — ity adi° srisaive sata° vaidikadharmmanii-upana- 
khande srlkaufijarasanadivyaksetramahatmye astaviraso- 
ddhyayah ii 

F. 113: — ity adi" srisaive sata" vaidiicadharmmaniru- 
panakhande srlkaufijarasanadivyaksetramahatmye ekacatva- 
rimsoddhyayah ii 

F. 164b:— ity ridi° sri° sata° vaidika° srikau" asta- 
paficasoddhyayah ii 

In the colophons at the end of the following Adhyayas 
the number of the Adhyaya is not mentioned, e. g. f. 169 b: — 
ity adimahapurane srisaive satarudriyakotisamhitayara sri- 
kauhjarasanadivyaksetramahatmye (then a blank space) i 
So also ft'. 176 and 184. 

It breaks off (f. 18Tb) with the words: —indranandah 
ca paramara dhi^sanasya tatah param i anandam atblmtani 
prapya copamilrahitani pararn i tatah prajapater ddivyani 
anandam yogidiirllabham i samprapya ksanamatrena tandu- 
lanam dharadhipah ii 

188. 
Sansk. No. 8. 

Size etc.: lOixlj- in., 51 + 4 leaves, 5 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: 18 ti^ or 19tii cent? 

Character: Grantlia. 

The KapaUsastlKdamCMtmya from the Uth'^fasivah^etra- 
praharana of the Saivakoflrudrasamhitd (i. e. Kofiriidrasam- 
hitd of the Siva- Par dm?), in 10 Adhyayas. Followed by 



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the 27 ^'^ Adhyaya of the Mmjurapirmalidtmya from the 
Ki^etraMwla of the SlxCinda-Purana. 

It begms: — kalyanam kurutam kascit karunavarunala- 
yah 1 mayuranagaradhiso mama nrttavinayakah i srimaha- 
ganapataye namah i srigamdhabamdhure sarvapusprirama- 
tisobhite i campakairandacamvedhaih phanasaih patalair 
api I vakulair vaipjulair devapunnagais saralair api i 
dhavaih kumdais ca mamdarai(s) tatha camalakadibhih i 
krtamalai(r) nnaktamalair nnalikeradibhis tatha i rasalais 
tantrinibhis ca ciribilvair visesatah i vitapollikhitakasair 
visramamekha(read °megha)mandahiih i pacelimaphala- 
nammrapakvapuspopasobhitaih i atisyamalapatralimattaya 
meghamandalaih i pura samudrapanena jalabhavataya punah 
tatratyam isvaram kihcin miininam kurabhasambhavam i 
yacitum tvaraya ramyaphalapallavapanibhih i phalabhara- 
natai ramyair agatyavasthitair iva i etc. 

F. 3: — anandasthalamahatmyanny akhilani srutani hi i 
kapalisasya mahatmyam sarvagamavivarnitam i srotum 
sannahya tisthanti srutayosmakam adarat i brahman tad 
adya karimajaladhenugrhana nah i Agastyah i atha va- 
ksyamy aham punyam rahasyataram adbhutam i kapalisasya 
mahatmyam vividhagamavarnitam i savadhanah prasrnvantu 
naimisaranyavasinah i etc. 

_F. 5 b : — iti srisaivakotirudrasamhitayam utkrsta^ivakse- 
traprakarane kapalisasthalamahatmye prathamodhyayah ii 

F. 6b: — srisaiva° utkr" kapalisasthalamahatmye dvitlyo- 
dhyayah ii 

Adhyaya 3 ends f. 15, A. 4 f. 27, A. 5 f. 30b, A. 6 
f. 36, A. 7 f. 40b, A. 8 f. 42, A. 9 f. 47 b, A. 10 f. 51b. 

F. 51b: — iti srisaivakotirudrasamhitayam utkrstasivakse- 
traprakarane kapalisasthalamahatmye dasamodhyayah ii ii 
siir astu ii sarvara puranam sainpurnara ii ii sarvalokaikana- 
thaya padmanetraya visnave i nilambhonibhasyamavigvahaya 
namo namah ii pura narayano devo mayaya mohayan 
ramSm i amtardhanagato visnu(i') visvavyajn jagadguruh i 
aiptardhanagatam devara vicinvarpti vibhum rama i cacara 
prthivim sarvam napasyat pu(herc begins f. l)rusara param i 
kaslm gamgara prayagam ca kuruksetran tu i)uskaram i etc. 



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F. 4b : — iti ska[rn]ndapurane Agastyadillpasamvade ksetra- 
kande mayurapurimahatmye varnanam nama saptavim^o- 
dhyayah ii 

189. 

Sansk. No. 9. 

Size etc.: 16^ x It in., (l)-[- -^5 leaves, from 5 to 7 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18 "» or 19tii cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 

The KumWuKjlionamdhdtmya from the Bhavisyat-Purdna 
(Madhyamakhanda), Adhyayas 97 to 106. 

It begins: — etat kalyanarajiva nalinimaddhyamandire I 
kumbhaghone sayanasya sSriigapaneh prasasanam i srl-Na- 
radah i bhagavan patmasambhuta paravaravidam vara i 
paravarajagatsrstisthitisaraharakurana i varnitara bhavata 
samyak punyaksetrakadarabakam i jambudvlpavisesena 
varse bharatasarajfiake i susrusus tasya mahatmyam ksetra- 
sya harimedhasah i tatvam acaksva bhagavan vistarena 
pitamaha i iti prsto mahateja visvasrg visvagrahanah i uvaca 
Naradayaiva ksetramahatmyam uttamara i brahma I srunu 
Narada bhadram te savadhanena cetasa i kumbhaghonasya 
mahatmyam sarvalokesu pujitam i etc. 

F. 5: — iti bhavisyatpurane kurabhaghonamahatmye sa- 
ptanavatitamoddhyayah ii 

F. 17: — iti bhavisyatpurane raaddhyamakhande brahma- 
, naradasamvade kumbhaghonamahatmye satatamoddhyayah ii 

It ends: — iti bhavisyatpurane maddhyamakhande bra- 
hmanaradasamvade kumbhaghonamahatmye sat^atatamo- 
ddhyayah ii kumbhaghonamahatmyam sampurnam ll om i sri- 
.sariigapanisvamine namah ii 

190. 

Sansk. No, 10. 

Size etc.: 16x1t in., (1) + 61 leaves, generally 7 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18tii or 19th cent.? 
Character: Grantha. 



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The Samastikdnanamdhdtmi/a, or Samastikdntdramdhd- 
imya, from the Bralimdnda-Purdna, Uttarakhanda, Adhya- 
yas 1 — 17, incomplete. 

It begins:— sivaya namali i vande mahesvaran devam 
vighnesara sanmukham gurum ganesan nandimukhyans ca 
sivabhaktan mahfiraunm i kadacin naimisaranyamunayas 
sarpsitavratah i satrayagani prakurvanas saivagamavisaradrdi i 
drstva Siitam[ni] mahatmanarn papracchm\amitaujasah i sani- 
bhoh kathapato netra **** pajayate i punar bruhi ma- 
hesasya kathani papapranasinim i satkathasravanenaiva 
cittavairagyam uttamam i divyajhanan ca sumahat jayate 
paramaisvarara i iti prstas SutayogI karunarasasevadhih i 
Vyasam sarvajnam atulam ddhyatva svantasaroruha i yii- 
ya(n) dhanyatama loke mahesasrayasatkathara i srotukamSs 
ca sa(m)jatah vaksyarai srunutadarat i rahasyam asti nikhile>;v 
agamesu ca sarvasah i .srimatkarnpaharesanaksetramaha- 
tmyam uttamam i srunvatam sarvapapaghnam bhuktimukti- 
phalapradara i sarvasaumyadani sadyah caturvargaphala- 
pradara i brahmavismimahe(n)dradyaih sevitam sarvasi- 
ddhaye i puragastyena saipproktam rslnam bhavitatmanam i 
vaksye piiratanam punyam srlmattribhuvanabhidhani i dar- 
sanat sarvapapaghnam k^^etrarn ksetresv aniittamam i tathapi 
tasya mahatmyam brahmande bahudha srutam i tad adya 
vaksye yusmakara lokanan ca hitaya ca i etc. 

F. 3b: — iti brahmandapurane brahmanaradasamvade 
samastikananamahatmye uttarakhande prathamoddhyayah ii 

F. 8: — iti srimatbrahmaiidapurane samastikantarama- 
hatmye dvitiyoddhyayah ii 

F. 30 b: — iti sribra° samastikananama° navamoddhyaj-ah !i 

F. 56: — iti bra° samastikantrirama" sodasoddhyayah ii 

It breaks off (f. 61b) with the words: — laukikair vaidikais 
capi krtva stotrasatais sivam i prarttha(ya)m asa devesara 
harsagatga(da)ya gira i svamin mannatha sarvajha srlmatkani- 
pahareti ca i sarve lokas ca grnhiyur nnamadheyan tava- 
(d)bhutam i evam samprartthito devah tathastv iti tirodadhe i 
tirohite tada deve raja harsasamanvitah i 



APPENDIX 



BY 



F. W. THOMAS. 



191. 

WmsH No. 44. 

Size: 14jXl? in.; 66 leaves + 2 containing index and title in 
English + covers, 6 — rarely 7— lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: Probably 17 th cent. 
Character: Grantha, legible and fairly correct. 

The Aitareya-Aranyalia in close agreement with the text 
printed in Bibliotheca Indica, At the end of II. 2. 3 we 
have the error tad vai Visvdmitrcm for tad vaisvdmitram: 
at the beginning of II. 5. 4 and II. 6. 1 respectively the 
words apakramantu garhhinyali and yathdsthdnan tu gar- 
hhinyah are omitted. A peculiarity of the MS. is that the 
colophons read dranah for dranyahali. 

The label reads 'Rig-Vedah; Aranyam. Vol. 4.', and 
inside Whish has written 'The Aranyam of the Rig-Vedah' 
and opposite 'N. B. The 2^^^ Aranyakam is called the 
Bahwricha-Brahmanopanishat; and the 3'"^ Aranyakam is 
called the Samhitopanishat'. 

192. 

Whish No. 47. 

Size: llfx 2 in. ; 2 leaves (with 2 covers). 7 — 10 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Perhaps 19th cent. 

Character: Square Grantha, clearly written. 

The Kaivalyopanisad. 

At the end the MS. reads phalam (not padam) asmde 
with the best editions, and proceeds: — ity aha bhagavan 
brahma i om i bhadram dadhatu i om I santih trih i kai- 
valyopanisat samapta i harih om i 



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Then a note in the handwriting of Whish: 'Here ends the 
Kaivalyopanishad C. M. AVhish Calcutta 1825'. 

On the front cover we also read outside (in Malayalam 
character) KaivalyojMnishat with a few other faint marks 
in the same character, and inside: 'These few sheets contain 
the Kaivalyopanizat Grantham character. C. M, Whish 
Calcutta'. 

193. 

Whish No. 167. 

Size: 13|xl| in., 21 leaves + 2 blank + wooden covers, 8 lines 
on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: Probably 19th cent. 
Character: Square Grantha. 

The BrahniasutracandriM, a concise Commentary by an 
unnamed author on the Veddntasfitras. 

It begins: — 

sri-Lokanandanathagurucaranaravindabhya(ni) namah i 
avighnam astu i 

pranamya paramatmanarn saccidanandavigraham i kurve- 
ham atisamksepat brahmasutrasya candrikam n athato 
brahmajajhasa (sic) i atha nityanityavastuvivekaihikamusmika- 
phalabhogaviragasamadamadisampan mumuksatmakasadha- 
nacatustayasampatyanantaram I 

It ends: — 

iti vai prajapatir ddevan asrta asrtasramitamanusyat iti 
pitrn trir apavitram iti grahan. The last siitra cited is 
I. III. 27 (20b, 1. 4), but the commentary seems to touch 
also on the subject of 28. 

The name of the work and the words 'first part only' 
are written faintly, in Whish's hand, on ,the outside. A slip 
in Burmese reads 'Commentary on the nine parts of 
Metaphysics'. 

Whether the work is identical with any of the other 
canclrikds mentioned in several places by Aufrecht CC. s. v. 
Brahmasiitra, it is impossible without fuller descriptions 
of these to say. 



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lU. 

Sansk. No. 11. 

Size: 12x2j in.; 40 leaves -j- 2 blank + covers, 10 lines on a 
page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Probably 19*^1 cent. 

Character: Square Grantha, clearly written. 

The Vdsuclevainanana2)ral'arana in 12 varnahis, ending 
respectively foil. 4a, 5b, 7a, 1] b, 18b, 25a, 29a, 32b, 
33 b, 36 a, 38 a, 40 b, generally with namaskara to Mlnaksi 
and Sundaresvara. At the end of the seventh we read 
also in-Ksemdnandandthayaramagurave namah, mentioning 
the author's guru. 

According to Burnell, Tanjore, p. 92 b the work 
is at least two hundred years old, as an ancient Tamil 
version is known. But the present MS. exhibits not the 
original, but a shorter compendium, the date of which is 
not known, probably identical with some of those cited 
by Aufrecht CC. , p. 428 b , s. v. Mananagrantha. Of this 
an edition in Telugu character was printed in 1884 at the 
Saradanilaya press. With this edition the MS. agrees as 
far as the end of varnaka 7, after which the former pre- 
sents a much longer and widely differing text. The opening 
stanza, also, is different, the MS. reading: — 

yovatiryyeha acaryyarupena yatinam mude i sriman- 
narayanam vande tarn harim karunanidhim ii mananakhyam 
prakaranam vasudevayatl^varaih i racitara vistarenadya 
samgrahena prakasyate ii balanam upakaraya mamapi 
jnanasiddhaye i tatra sribalagopalakrsnas sanuihito bhavet ii 

It ends: — 

iti jhatva tat-tvam-padadivakyajhanena paroksajhananu- 
bhavenaparoksasaksatkarah ca yonubhavati sa candrdo va 
brahmano vasmakam gurur evety acaryyavacanena vijha- 
tatatvopi vidisasanyasino mahasanyasinas ca variyan 
paramahamso bhutva madaha(read deha)vasane paripurna- 
brahmasvarupo bhavati i 

iti manane dvadasavarnakam samaptam I sriminaksisun- 
daresvarabhyan namah i srlgurucaranaravindabhyan namah i 



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The divergence of the MS. and the edition in the last 
five varnakas, combined with the peculiarity in the seventh 
colophon of the MS., suggests that either the edition supplies 
the full text and not the samgraha or we have two dif- 
ferent, possibly independent, summaries. 

On the outside in European hand 'Mananaprakaranam'. 

195. 

Whish No. 187a. 

Size: ITjXlf in.; 19 leaves, generally 8— 9 lines on a page. The 
cover and label are shared with No. 203, q. v. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Probably 18 th rather than 17 tu cent. 

Character: Grantha. 

Injuries: The ends of the first 2 and the last 3 leaves somewhat 
broken away. 

HhQVirata-Parvan of the Mahdhhdrata as far as XII. 7. 

Adhyaya I ends on f. 2 b, II on f. 3 b, III on 1. 5b, 
IV on f. 7a, V on f. 9b, VI on f. 10b, VII on f. 12b, 
VIII on f. 15b, IX on f. 17a, X on f. 18a, XI on f. 19a. 
— The text agrees in general . with the Grantha edition 
published at Sarabhojirajapura (Tanjore), but presents 
not a few small divergencies, such as the omission of 
III 51 — 2, IV 8. 33., and the addition of two slokas after 
IV. 21 and a halfsloka after 55 a. To the commencement 
we find prefixed the verses: — 

;»;■«• baradharam visnum sasivarnam caturbhujam i pra- 
saunavadauan dhyayet sarvavighnopasantaye li Vyasam 
Vasisthanaptriram Sakteh pautram akalmasam para «■«••>(• « 
m vande Sukatatan taponidhim ii Vyasaya visnurupaya 
Vyasarupaya visnave i namo vai brahmanidhaye Vasisthaya 
namo namah ii 

196. 
Sansk. No. 12. 

Size: 16^—17x1—1? in.; 14 + 14 + 14 leaves, from 5 to 8 lines 
on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: Early 18 1^ cent. 
Character: Grantha. 



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(1) 

The Kumdrarudrasami-dda of the Tlrtliamdhdtmya in 
the TJttaraklianda of the Slianda-Purdna. 

It begins: — 

rsayah i Suta Suta niahaprajiia puiTinartthavi^arada i 
srutaui sarvatirtthani pimyani subahOni ca ii tesu madhye 
mahatlrttham sesakupe sthitam srutara i tad vadasva 
mahabhaga srotum icchamahe vayam ii 

Siitah I pura khalu maharanye nanapaksivirajite l vya- 
ghrapahcasyasampurne candanadruniasobhite ii kastiiri- 
mrgasammardde devagandharvasevite i auf?adhadrau sam- 
agatya visrantam madhavena ca ii 

It ends: — 

sarvam maya ^rutam proktam rahasyam idam uttamam ii 
navaisnavaya datavyam nabhaktaya kadacana I sarvesam 
na tu vaktavyam idam paramasobhanam ii 

iti skande piirane iittarakhande tirthamahatmye ku- 
mararudrasamvade trayodasoddhyayah i srimate vedanta- 
gurave namah i 

Summary of the adhydyas: — 

X (ends 2b): Origin of the Sesatlrtha on the Ausadha hill, 
where was the Khagendra or Garuda river. 

XI (ends 9 a): Story of a combat between the devas and 
asuras, headed respectively by Visnu and Siva. At 
the end Siva asks permission to occupy the Patala Yaua 
near the Sesatlrtha. 

XII (ends lib): Story of Bhvgu and Hemabjanayaki. 
The Bhutirtha (11a, 1. 1): Ahindrapura (lib, 1. 2). 

XIII (ends 14b): Story of Vrtra (Vrka 12a, 1. 2) and Indra. 
The Laksmitlrtha (13 b, 1. 4). 

(2) 
The Ahindrapuramdlidtmya in the Brahmandradasamvdda 
of the Bralimdnda-Piirdna. 
It begins: — 

kadacit pitaram praha brahmanam Narado munih i 
bruhi pranamya devesa barer vaibhavam uttamam ll 
brahma i 

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srnu Nrirada vaksyami liarer mahatmyam uttamam i 
arccavataravibbavam paramam papanasanara ii atha tai (sic) 
munayas sarve Sanakadyas surarsayah i kadacil lokana- 
tbasya darsanarttham samagatali ii gagaue jagmur alokya 
kslrabdhim rsisevitam i 

It ends: — 

^rutva tu brabmano vakyam Narado rsisattamali i ahi- 
ndranagaram prapya devauatbam (bis) nauama ca ii iti sri- 
brabmandapurane brabmauaradasamvade ahmdrapura- 
mahatmye paficamoddbyayab i 

Summary of tbe adhydyas: — 

I (ends 3 a): Tbe Virajatirtba is conveyed by Garuda 

and Sesa to Abindrapura, wbicb is tbus located (lb, lb 

1-2):- 

sadyojauapramanena kumbbagbonasya cottare i kaii- 

cyas {sic) tu daksine bbage samudrasya ca pascime ii ar- 

ddbayojanamatrena by ablndrapurasaiijiiake i agneya- 

bbage Sesadrer Markkandeyas tapasyati ii 

II (ends 7 a): Visnu directs tbe tirtba brougbt by Ananta 
(Sesa) to be called Sesatlrtba and tbat brougbt by 
Garuda to be tbe Garuda river (Suparnatatiui 7a, 1. 5). 
Brabmau establisbes a festival, and begs Visnu to abide 
on tbe spot witb Rama (entitled Hemabjanayaki). 
Brabman bimself occupies tbe Brabmatirtba in tbe 
agneyadigbbaga, tbe Rsis Patali (Patalesvara 7a, 1. 5) 
on tbe Ausadhapi.rvata in tbe purvottaradigantara, 
Hanuman a part of tbe Safijivanausadbagiri in tbe 
j)urvabbaga, Saiikara a linga under a Putali tree at 
Patali, Prablada tbe Bbrgutlrtba in tbe nortb at a 
ksetra called Krsnnranya. 

III (ends 10 a): At tbe request of Prablada Visnu consents 
to abide, arccdvatdram dsrtya, facing tbe west at 
Krsnaranya. Praise of tbe aranya and of tbe Ausa- 
dbacala standing on tbe river's (Suparna's) bank. 

IV (ends 12 b): Siva is implored by tbe gods to destroy 
Tripura and performs tapas. 

V (ends 14b): Siva, after destroying tbe demons, goes to 
tbe eastern ocean, on tbe sbore of wbicb Visnu esta- 



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blishes him, and there arises a city devoted to the 
two gods, viz. Ahindrapura. 

(3) 

The AJundrapnramdhdtmya of the Jhdnakdnda of the 
Brhan7idradlya-Mahd-Purdna. 
It begins: — ■ 

purabhuu naimi^aranye satram hi bahuvarsikam i sameta 
r^ayo yatra kusalSs Saunakiidayah ii labdhavakasas tain 
Sutam aprcchan harivaibhavam i rsayah i kirttitan ta(t) 
tvaya brahman hares caritram uttamam ii sinitvadyapi na 
trptir no jay ate matravabhava (read mativaibhava) i 

Sutah I kin tais tapobhir uruvikramabhaktihmaih ii pu- 
nyair athalpaphalasantatidair anantaih i danair jaganmaya- 
padarabujayugmasaktaciutavatrim hrdayatosanaviprahinaih il 
aho tapahphalain kiiicit bahujanmabhir arjitam i yad ya- 

jhesapadambhojayugacintaprasutikrt ii — — — — 

— — — — — (3 verses). 

rsayah i divyabhivyaktidesanain kirttanavasare pura i 
ahindranagaran nama devesacaritasrayam ii &c. 
It ends: — 

srutvaitas (read "tac) caritan tasya Sutad devapater 
dvijah I harsasrupurnanayanah krtarttha iti menire ii pra- 
sasamsus ca tam vij^ram nemisaranyavasinam i yajhasrilam 
punar jagmuhkriyam uddisya yajnikim ii iti sri-brhannaradl- 
yamahapurane jnanakande ahlndrapuramahatmye catu^ca- 
tvarimsoddhyayah. 

Summary of the adliydyas'- — 
XL (ends 3 b): Brahman visits the world at a place called 
the Sugaudha Vana (2 a, 1. 5) by the eastern ocean, 
where was a hill called Ausadha producing a mahau- 
sadha called Samjivana (2 a, 1. 6). Then appears Visnu, 
whom Brahman lauds. 
XLI (ends 7 a) : Brahman obtains from Vi?nu the boon that 
a tirtha like the Virajatirtha and bearing his name 
may be established by the mountain (Brahmacala 
4 b, 1. 5), that Visnu may always be present there, and 

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the ausadha be named after liim (4a, 1. 1). The tirtha 
is to be the Brahmatirtha. 

XLII (ends 9a): Visnu helps the gods against the asuras. 
When he is tired after battle, Sesa makes him a pool 
and Garuda produces a river (pragvahimm nadim). 
Visnu promises to be ever accessible there. 

XLIIl (ends lib): Story of Markandeya and the lotus- 
born maid Taraiiganandini. 

XLiy (ends 14b): Continuation of the story of Markan- 
deya. Sesa founds Ahindranagara. 

197. 

Sansk. No. 13. 

Size: ISjxlj in.; 168 (167-1-65 bis) leaves -[-covers between 
wooden boards, 7 (foil. 1 — 117), later 8 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18th cent. 
Character: Grantha, small clear writing. 

(1) 

The CampaJidranyamdhdtmya of the Sivapdrvatlsamvdda 
of the Ksetravaihhavakhanda of the Bhavisyottara-Pardna. 
Ff. 1—117. 

It begins: — 

kallyanyai namah'l harili i om i 
pura hi kailasaginndramaddhye 
surasuradyaih abhivandite jDare i 
vicitravaiduryyamukhaih suratnakaih 
suvarnamuktasraj adamasobhite ii 
sanmandape devavaraih samanvite[h] 
samstiiyamane munidevanayakaih i 
astadasaih vadyavaraih abhistute 
ramgamukhaih narttanasobhite muda ii 
nandisacandisamukhaih suparssadaih 
samsevite cchatravitanasobhite i 
suratnaplthasritasarakarainke 
sthita g(ir)isendrasuta mrdani ii 



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sarvajna svapatim viksya, smayamanamukhambuja, i 
brahmadin ajfiapaitum svapateh vaibliavain param ii 
samartthya vismayam vaktuiii gamguilharakathamrtam I 
^ivena prakatikartura visesena sabbatale ii 
pranamya saipkaram devi devanafi ca samabksitah i 
papraccha bliaktibhrivena samkaiam nllalobitara ii 

(31 slokas) 

tvayoktaiii puranyaddba saivaksetrani bbutale ii 
bhaktimuktipradany eva darsanat namanad api i 
saptasabasrasamkbyani catub^atayutSni ca ii 
tatra pitub visesena stbanani tava bbutale i 
dvatrimsatsaptasatakasamkbyakani mama prabbo ii 
tatrapi satasamkbyakastbanany uktani me vibbo i 
tatrapy atyautadayitara dvatrimsatstbanam uttamara ii 
tesu puiiyatamam srestbam pumarttbanam nidarsakam I 
ksetram ekam samastagbakriitanara subbadan nrnara ii 
kalau kabisayuktanara sadyab siddbikaram subbam i 
saksatkailasasadrsam Campakaraiiyasamjnitam ii 

It ends: — 

itiritas te munayotibbaktya 
sarapiijayamasur adinasatvab i 
supunyade naimisakanane subbe 
sutam suvastrabbaranais ca godbanaih ii 

iti srimat-bbavisyottarapurane (sic) ksetravaibbavakbande 
carnpakaranyamabatmye sivaparvatisamvade kannyatirttba- 
dbarmraarajatlrttba - indratirttbamabimanuvarnanam nama 
catubcatvarimsoddbyayab i 

^riyai namah i subbam astu i karakrtam apai-adbain 
ksantum arbanti santab i srlmatgirikucambayai namab i 
barib i om bbavisyatterapurilnam (sic) sampiirnam i sripar- 
vatyai namab i avigbnam astu i saksiganesaya namab i 
^rimattripurasundaryyai namab i 

Tbe titles of tbe ailhyayas are as follows: — 

I (ends 4 a) Anukramanika. 

II (6b) ^iilatirttbanirraana rsinara sarupyadana. 

III (8 a) Nandisvarapujananandikesvarakrtamabotsava. 

IV (10 b) Vinayakapujakarana. 



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V (13 a) Durgatapascaryyaya sivapratyaksavarapradana- 
samkalpakarana. 

VI (15 b) Girikanyavaralabha parvatya rupadvayaniru- 
panaarddhanarisvaravirbhavamulalimgabhutanagesvara- 
vaibhavaniriipana. 

VII (18 a) Devibhyam krta adarsotsavanirupana. 

VIII (20 b) Indragamana indrasya devyopatisthacandano- 
tsavavidhananirupana. 

IX (23 a) Indrasya devya proktacandanotsavanirupana 
antara itihasanirupane sivadutaih yamadutan prati 
sivabhaktisvarupanirupanarambhana. 

X (25 b) Sricandanotsavaniriipane srimatgirikucambaya 
surarajam prati prokta itihase srisaile jaladipaliprada- 
viprasya sivapadaravindah prapti Candrasenarajiia nara- 
kanubhavanantaram campakaranye dvijatve durgan- 
dhamgatvapraptimahimauuvarnana. 

XI (29 a) Devyopatisthamargena indrena krtacandana ut- 
savavidliananirupana. 

XII (32 a) Gautamapujanimittakagautamasramam prati 
indragamana Ahallyasaragavidliananirupana. 

XIII (35 a) Gautamena indrasya svabharyayah sapanu- 
grahadana badarivane Gautamasya Vyasopadesaniru- 
pana. 

XIV (37a) Ahallyasapavimocana Gautamona uagesvara- 
pujamaliimanuvarnana. 

XV (40 a) E,tuparnarajyasya svepne satruvijayakhatga- 
praptibhutanalapiij aniriipana. 

XVI (42 b) Gagesvara (sic) pujavaibliavena Nalasya nasta- 
rajyasriya prapti. 

XVII (45 b) Nalapuja Nalakrtavaisakhotsavavidhananirii- 
pana. 

XVIII (48 b) Pandavapiijavidhana naganathaprasadeua 
Pandavanani svarajyaprapti, 

XIX (52 a) Nagesvarasya Pandavapujamahimanuvarn(an)a. 

XX (55 b) Brahmagamana brahmanah puja brahmana 
krtakrirttikotsavaniriipana. 

XXI (58a) Masyagandhisaipgamena bhrantiyuktaparasa- 



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rasya naimisfiranyagamana tatrakyarsin prati svapa- 
panuvarnanam srutva te tasya niskrter alocanakarana. 

XXII (60 b) PaiTisarapujamahimaiiuvarnana. 

XXIII (63b) Nagesvararutyasya (sic) nagagamanopotghata- 
saragatya apiitradvijakathayam dampatyoh vyasanapari- 
briraka-Markandeyagamana. 

XXIV (66 b) Dvijaputranimittakataksaka^amkarasamvada. 

XXV (69a) Takf?akasya viprasapagamana. 

XXVI (71b) Taksakasya Kasyapenoktasivaksetranirupana. 

XXVII (74b) Taksakasya Kasyapoktastaladvayamahi- 
maiiuvarnana bhagirathapuj aniriipana. 

XXVIII (77 a) Taksakasya Kasyapoktasaivaksetrasthana- 
catulistayamahimaniivarnana. 

XXIX (79 b) Taksakasya campakaranyara prati pimara- 
gamana. 

XXX (81b) Nagesvarasya nagadhipatyapraptyarttbam 
JMagesvarasya anekaratnapiijakarananantaram Taksa- 
kasya nagixdliipatyaprapti. 

XXXI (84a) Xagendrapujamabimanuvarnana nagendra- 
pujavalmikapiijamahimanuvarnana. 

XXXII (87 a) Campakaranyam prati siiryyagamanasa- 
dbanibbutacchayasiiryyakopakarananuvarnana. 

XXXIII (89 b) Suryyamayakopaprasadavarnananuuirupana. 

XXXIV (91b) Savaradhipasya svarnapanibprapti. 

XXXV (94 a) Vasistbapujanimittakavisvamitrajasu(u)da- 
uimittakakalmasapadarajua vacana. 

XXXVI (97a) Siidaruparaksasavadha Vasisthena Kal- 
masapadarajfiab sapapradananirupana. 

XXXVII (100 b) Brabmopadistamargena campakaranyam 
prati Vasisthagamauodyamauirupana. 

XXXVIII (102 b) Vasisthapiij aniriipana. 

XXXIX (104 b) Sivadbarmapbalauiriipana. 
XL (107 a) Sivadharmapunyauirupana. 

XLI (109 b) Suryyatirtthamabimanuvar[tta]nana. 
XLII (112 a) Suryyatirtthamabimanuvarnaua. 
XLIII (114 a) Suryyapuskarinivaibbavaniriipana. 
XLIV (117 b) Kannyatirttba - dbarmarajatirttba-iudra- 
tirttbamabimanuvarnana. 



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The site is thus described (2 a): — 
kaveryya daksine tire hariuadyas tatottare i 
srImat-Maddhyarjuuapateh uairrtye punyadayake li 
Karkatesasya samsthanat daksine krosamatrake i 
kannyatirtthasya purve tu krosamatre siipunyadam ii 
kificitvayavyabhage tu Manojhesasya vaih prabho i 
campakaranyasainjfiam tu mahapatakanasanam ii 

(2) 

The CampaMranyamaliatmya of the Amharlmnaradasam- 
vdda of the Ksetravaihhavaklianda of the Sl;anda-Purana. 
Ff. 118—135. 

It begins: — 
bhuyah pranamya caturanauajatam agryam 
munisvaram sa(m)karatatvakovidam i 
trilokasahcarinam avyayam sada 
papraccha raja sivasatkathamrtam ii 
Ambari^;ah i 

bhagavau yoginam .srestha ksetratirtthavicaksana i 
iiadinadavisesajfia mantrayantravidam vara ii 
tvayoktani inahabhaga .saivaksetravarani ca i 
tesu sthauatrayam punyam bhuinau kailasasammitam li 
vedaranyam svetavanam campakaranyam eva ca i 
tesu sresthatamam proktam campakaranyam uttamam ii 
ity uktana yat tvaya pilrvaui samgrahena munisvara i 
tad vadasva ca ka(r)tsnyeua mamanugrahakamyaya ii 

It ends: — 
yah sraddhaya pathati pavanapavanah ca 
srutvapi tat darsanam acared yah i 
samastapapaih sa vimucya tatksanat 
samastasamnmaragalam apnuyan nrpa i: 
iti skande raahapur[ur]ane ksetravaibhavakhande campa- 
karanyamahatmye Ambarlsanriradasaravade sfiryyatlrttha- 
mahimanuvarnanam namil pahcasititamoddhyayah i 
sriyai namah i srimatgirikucambasametanaganathaya 
mam gal am i 
srimat-girikucambam tarn girikannyam tathaiva ca ii 



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naganathe^varaTTi vande pranaraami punah puuah ii 
sumeru.srmgamaddliyastham sulcsmanipam sukhapradam i 
nagauatha[li]priyam bhavya uamami giiikanuyakaiu II 
karakrtam aparadliam ksantum arlianti saiitali i 
harih i om ^rlgurubhyo namah i subliam astu i sarnpui"- 
narn i harih i om i 
The adliyciyas end as follows: — 

LXXXl22a,LXXXII125b,LXXXini28b,LXXXIV 
(indrena krtami-gasarotsavavidhinirupaiia) 131 a, LXXXV 
(suryyatirtthamahimanuvarnana) 135b. 

(3) 

The Ndgandtliamahdtmya of tlie Tlrthalihanda of the 
Ujjarihhdga of the Brahmdiyla-Purdm (foil. 136— ^154a) 
in adhydyas numbered LI — LVII ending as follows: — 

LL 138a, LIL 139b, LIII 142a, LIV (Pisacamocana) 
145 b, LV (Tlrthavaibhavanirupana) 149 a, LVI 152b. 
LVII (Parvatya tapascarana) 154 a. 

It begins: — 
om I Sutam prati rsayah i 

Siita Siita mahaprajna sarvasastravisarada {sic) l 
bruhi nah sradd(adh)ananam paramrirtthaikasadhanam ii 
sarvapapaprasamanani sarvopadravanasanani i 
sarvasampatpradani nrnam sarvarogavinasanara ii 
ilyuskaram balakarain prajavi-ddhikaram nrnam i 
rajham jayakarain yuddlie parasenripravasanam ii 
samksepam asrutam purvam naimiseye tapovane i 
idanini srotukamanani muninani bhavitatmanam ii 
suryyapuskarini nama tirttham paramapavanam i 
yatra devi jagatdhatrl tapas tepe suduskarara H 
tapobalayuta nityam tatra vasam akarayat i 
siiryyanamrdchyapadminyam tate ye nivasanti ca ii 
ye ye krtartthitam yatah tan atra A'asato mune vada no 

mune i 

It ends: — 

etat salam (read satara?) paramapavanam advitiyam pu- 

nyamunindrair adhivasitah ca i 



-^ 266 H5- 

pasyanti ye brahmapurisam adyam dhanya bliavanti 

manujah khalu bhagyavantah il 

iti sri-brahmandapurane uparibhage nagauathamaha- 
tmye parvatya(s) tapascaranan'nama saptapaiicasoddhyayah i 
sriyai namah i iti brahmandapurane naganathamahatmyani 
samaptali i sampiirnam i harili i om i subham astu i 
sriyai namah i 

(4) 
The Camijakdranyamahatmya of the EMdasarudrasam- 
liita of the Siva-Fiirdna. Ff. 154a — 167b, 

In spite of the difference of title this work is a con- 
tinuation of the preceding as regards the numbering of 
the adhyaijas, which end as follows: — 

LVIII 156a, LIX (Siuyatlrthavaibhava) 159a, LX 
160 b, LXI 162 a, LXII (Caudravarmacarita) 164b, 
LXIII 166b, LXIV 167b. 
The work begins: — 
Saunakovaca (sic) \ 

Siita pauranika[h] srestha sarvalokaprapujita (read °ta) i 
campakaranyamahatmyam bhavata kathitam pura ii 
idanim siiryyakundasya mahatmyani saragrahat srutain i 
tasya tirtthasya mahatmyam samgrahat ii 
vistarat srotum adyaiva vahcha me varttate nunam i 
« «• ^ =>(= ;* x- « « krpa yady asti ced vada ii 
It ends:— 
vrjinavilayahetum yah srunotlha nityam i 
sa bhavati paripurnah sarvakamaih mrdasya 
padam akhilasuredyam yogivaryyabhigamyani ii 

iti saivapurane ekadasarudrasamhitayam cainpakara- 
nyamahatmye catuhsastitamoddhyayah i sriyai namah i 
carnpakaranyamahatmyam sainpurnam i harih om i 
srimatgirikucambasameta naganathamarngalarn i harih l 
om 1 karakrtam &c. i srigurubhyo namah i gobrahmane- 
bhyah subham bhavatu i harih om i 

On the front cover of this MS. we read (inside) 'Tiru- 
nakesvara' (Tamil for Srinagesvara) and (outside), ' Tepiska' 



-^* 267 f<- 

' Tiruuakesvara' 'Purfinam' (167) and the number 10 in 
Telugu and European figures, and a sign probably indicating 
the same number appears on all the leaves. 



198. 

Sansk, No. 14. 

Size: 15? X It in.; 172 leaves (169 — 170 blank) and wooden covers, 
6 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: 18th cent. 

Character: Telugu, fairly well written, but often difficult to read 
and showing many corrections. The leaves are numbered as far as 
130, though even here with troublesome erasures and corrections. 
As far as ful. 56 the writing is in three columus : at that point 
commences a rather larger hand, traversing the full width of the 
leaves. 

The Madhyamahlidga of the HemahltaJx'hawJa of the 
Bhdradi'djasamhitd of the Adunalid-Fiirdija. 

For another MS. of this work see Ind. Off. No. 3698, 
pp. 1387 b sqq., with which the text seems to agree 
closely. Thus in the opening verses si. 4 reads 
srnvamtu, and after sudhdnisyam si. 5 we have a mark 
showing that there has been a correction. The colophons 
also are generally in nearly literal agreement, and their 
disagreements (e. g. in XXXI) sometimes point in the 
same direction. 

There are, however, considerable divergences. The 
Hariscandropakhyruia is inserted at a different point in 
the two MSS., while each offers certain chapters not found 
in the other, according to the following scheme: — 

As. Soc. MS. Ind. Off. MS. 

adhyy. 1—18 = adhyy. 1—18 

19—35 = 36—52 

40—47 = 20—27 



36—39 



9 



? = 28—35. 



HH 268 .<- 

The present MS., however, breaks off in the middle of 
adhy. 47. 

The existence of this MS. confirms Dr. Eggeling's sugges- 
tion of a Telugu source for the Ind. Off. Nagari copy, and 
his conjecture of lirdayastheydn (for ""steyctn) in adliy. 9. 22 
is also confirmed. 

The following statement gives the numbers of the pages 
on which the adhydyas end and the names of those not 
given in Dr. Eggeling's list: — 

I 3b, II 6b, III 9a, IV 12a, Y 17a, VI 19a, 
VII 20b, VIII 22b, IX 25a, X 26b, XI 28b, 
XII 29 b, XIII 33 a, XIV 34 a, XV 36 b, XVI 38 a, 
XVII 40 a, XVIII 42 a, XIX 44 a, XX 47 a, XXI 
53b, XXII 57b, XXIII 61b, XXIV 66 a, XXV 
70a, XXVI 75a, XXVII 80a, XXVIII 86b. XXIX 
91b, XXX 96 a, XXXI 102 a, XXXII 107 a. 
XXXIII 112b, XXXIV 115a, XXXV 118a, XXXVI 
(Ka2)ildsramMivydghra2mta(sic)tlrthaparyantatlHhdni ka- 
thanam) 123 b, XXXVII (Devaghdtaniamrara (sic) 
kathana) 127 a, XXXVIII (Surasdsamgamajdlapddatir- 
tliakathana) 130a, XXXIX (ManuiukhatirthotpatlJcathana 
(sic) 134 a, XL 139 b, XLI 143 a, XLII 149 b, XLIII 
154 b, XLIV 159 b, XLV 162 a, XL VI 167 b, XLVII 
(imperfect) 168 b. 

The names of the chapters in the Hariscandropakhyana are 
XIX Vasist{sic)avisvdmitrasamvdda. 

XX JMryayd. 
XXI Vasisthadharmopadesa. 
XXII Mdydvardliaprabhdva. 

XXIII Hariscandrasvas^adarsanaromvirbhdva. 

XXIV Canddlakanyalaidarbana. 
XXV Kdsikena rdjdpraliarana. 

XXVI Rdjdnnirgamana. 
XXVII Mdydvahnisrsfi. 
XXVIII Hariscamdrena Camdravatlvikraya. 
XXIX Vlrabdlmdarsana. 
XXX Hariscamdrena smasdneksana. 
XXXI Camdravatyd visadastalohUdsvasam darsana. 



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XXXII Hariscamdrena Camdravatlvadha. 
XXXIII Hariscamdravaraprasddana. 

The concluding lines of the MS. read thus: — tatah param 
tanubhrta sidhido bramhmanirbharah i mahato malyava- 
cchrmgas te pataraty udhasikarah. rau (= 20 — 21 of the 
Ind. Off. MS. adhy. XX VII j. 

For Sanmukha (see Ind. Off. adhy. 9) this MS. seems 
always to read Manmuklia, which is perhaps due to the 
likeness of the aksaras ma and .srt in the Telugu character. 

On the last two leaves we read 'sri Virupaksa sri' (bis) 
'sri Ramaya namah' '^ri (3) sakadadaya namah' and a 
few other scrawls. At the commencement of adhy. XXXIX, 
after a blank half leaf, there is a fresh beginning with 
the words 'sri Virupaksaya namah'. 

199. 

Sansk. ]N'o. 15. 

Size: 17jx2 in.; 10 leaves, 9 lines to a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: 18th cent. 

Character: Grantha, not inked over. 

The Kadamhainmmdhdtmya of the Brahmandradasam- 
vdda of the Parvaklianda of the Brahmdnda-Purdna. 

It begins: — 
suklambaradharam visnum sa^ivarnam caturbhujam I 
prasannavadanam dhyayet sarvavighnopasiXntaye ii 
naimise punyanilaye rsayas satram asate i 
Asito — — • — — — — — 

ete canye ca bahavo naimisaranyavasinah ii 
jamitandosasantyartthain satkathasravanotsukah 1 
Sutani pauranikam §restham idani vacanam abravit ii 
rsayah i 

Sutavidvan (read°dYan)mahaprajha[s] sarvasastravi^arada i 
tvatta srutany anekani ksetrani vividhani ca ii 
nadyas ca vividhas sarva tirtthani ca vanani ca i 
idanira srotum icchamo nipaksetrasya vaibhavam ii 



H5H 270 i<r- 

It ends: — 

idara purfinam jagatam yasaskaram 

surais ca sendrair api nityacintitam i 

ayusyam arogyakaram yasasyam 

sada sujalpam paraiuatmayogibhih h 
iti brahmandapurane brahmauaradasamvade sri-kadamba- 
purlmahatmye sasthoddhyayah i harih om i subham astu i 
srimate srinivasamabadesikaya namali i 

Summary of tbe adhydyas: 

I (ends 2 a): Kaverl, being adjudged inferior in her 

rivalry witb Ganga, performs tapas in Sutala. Brahman 
appearing informs her that superiority to Gaiiga can 
be obtained from Visnu alone. Narada directs her to 
the Nipaksetra. 

II (ends 2b, "jmriisottamamdhcctmye dvitiyoddJiydyaJi) : De- 
scription of the Ksetra: — 

srirarngasya vimanasya kimcid isanya uttare i 
^amivanamahaksetrapiirve vai krosamatrake ii 
^rl-kadambavanam nama prasiddharp lavanatraye i 
purvvam Dasaratho raja yagam arabhya satkrtah ii 
kaveryya uttare tire colabhumau tu suvrate i 
sri-kadambapuriksetram muninam sthanam uttamam ii &c. 

The Kadambavana is astdvimsatindmdka. There dwells 
Purusottama and in front of him an arrow's reach is 
the tirtha called after Prahlada and also the Nipa- 
ksetra, where dwells Markandeya. 

III (ends 4 a, °puravalh]iava]cathanam tejasddhikyaprdpti- 
katha(na)m ndma): Long stotra by Kaveri, to whom 
Visnu promises a boon. K. asks for superiority to 
Ganga in tejas, that V. should dwell near her, and 
that all creatures living in the neighbourhood may be 
sure of moksa. V. creates a temple on the spot. 

4 a, 1. 7: — tadaprabhrti tatksetramm adimapuram ity 
abhiit. 

IV (ends 6a, °scdlurttivarddlianasdrnpyaiwd'pti): 
Markandeya at the advice of Brahman visits Kadamba- 
pura by the Kadambasaras (= Nipapuskarini). At 



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liis advice a Cola king Satkirttivardhana by worshipping 
Visnu obtains a son. He afterwards builds a temple 
and gains moksa. 

V (ends 7 b): The Nipapuskarinitirtha and the Brahmatirtha. 

VI (ends 10 a): The Prahladatirtha and the Nipatlrtha. 

The Adimfipura of 4a, 1. 7 is again mentioned 8 b, 1. 2: — 
krte yuge uipaksetram tretayam adimapurara. 

On the outside of the last leaf in European hand 'Ka- 
dambapuri Mahatmya of the Brahmanda Purana'. 

200. 

Sansk. No. 16. 

Size: 165- Xl 5- in., 22 leaves -{- 2 blank covers between boards, 
6 lines to a ijage. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: 18 1^ or 19th cent. 

Character: Grantha, clear and well written. 

The same work as the preceding, from which it is copied, 
as is proved by its displaying the same numerous small 
gaps, and in one or two slight points (e. g. 6a, 1.4 = 3a, 1. 2, 
9 a, 1. 6 = 4 a, 1. 8) making corrections. In this MS. the 
chapters end foil. 3 a, 5 b, 9 b, 13 b, 16 b, 22 a. 

On the outside of the last leaf in European hand 
< D Kadambapuri Mahatmya', and of the first a statement 
of the contents in Tamil, and the numbers 22. 

201. 

Sansk. ±\o. 17. 

Size: lifxlr in., 35 leaves + 1 blank + covers, 6 lines (nearly 
always) on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18th or 19th cent. 
Character: Grantha, fairly correct. 

The Kajnsthalauidlidtmi/a of the Brahmandradasamvdda 
of the Ksetragolakavistdra of the UttaraUidga of the Brali- 
mdnda-Pardna. 



-^ 272 ^<- 

It begins: — 
^uldarabaradliaram visnura sasivarnan caturbhujara I 
prasannavadanan dhyayet sarvavighnopasantaye ii 
!^ri-Naradali i 

pitamaha namas testu prasida karunanidhe i 
sarvajna sarvalokesa sarvaksetrajna mantravit ii 
viinanatarasarajna tirtthasarajna punyavit i 
girlnan ca nadinan ca vananam vaibhavam pura ii 
srutan tvatto mahabbaga astottarasatasthalam i 
tesu ksetresu sarvesu srutam ekam subbastbalam ii 
sarasaram mabaksetrara kaveryyas cottare tate 1 
kapistbalam nrnam sarvasiddbidam pavanam param ii 

It ends: — 
punyaii caritraii jagadekapavanam 
bbaktipradam sarvasiikbavabafi ca i 
patbec srunotiba kapistbalesvaram 
prapnoti drstva purusarttbabbak bbavet ii 
iti &c. 
barih om i srigurubbyo namab i srimate gajendra- 
varadaparabrabmane namab i srimate bayagrivaya namab i 
gajendrarttivinasaparabrabmane namab i a i grantbam 
7, 100. 

Summary of tbe adliydyas: — 

I (ends 4b); II (ends 8a); III (ends 11 h, Indradyumna- 
gajendrcqjrdpti)] IV (ends 15a, Gajendrdrttiharaua); Y 
(ends 16b). Tbese five adhydyas relate tbe foundation 
of Kapistbala by Kama's apes, and tbe figbt between 
an elepbant and a crocodile as told in tbe Gajendra- 
moksana (Aufrecbt-Oxford, p. 5 a, Ind. Off., p. 1159 a b 
and often printed in tbe Pailcaratna). According to tbe 
present MS. tbe nakra is a Gandbarva cursed by bis 
teacber Devala, and tbe elepbant tbe Pandyan king 
Indradyumna, wbo bad incurred tbe anger of Agastya. 
Tbe elepbant is saved by Visnu, at wbose instance 
Brabman founds tbe Gajendramoksana or Gajarttibarana 
tirtba. Tbere Visnu sbows bimself yearly in tbe montb 
Vaisakba. 



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VI (ends 18 b): Brahman visits Visnu at Kapistbala and 
founds a festival. 

VII (ends 22b, Gajendramoh^atirtthavaihliava). 

VIII (ends 26 b, Gajendramol^^atirtthapariksana) gives an 
account of a visit by Indra and 6aci. 

IX (ends 29 b, Ttrtthavaibliavanirupana)', X (ends 31a). 
XI (ends 33 b, Tirttliavaihliavanirripana), and XII (ends 

35b, SarvaksetraprahhCiixiplialasnitiniruxmna) give the 
history of various other tirthas at Kapisthala, the 
Brahmatirtha, Indrapuskarini, Yamatlrtha (IX), the 
Vyasatn-tha, Laksmitirtha (X), the Bilvatirtha, Papa- 
vinasatlrtha with the story of Cyavana and Sukanya, 
Agastyatlrtha (XI), the Visvamitratirtha, Dasatirtha. 
This last perhaps means all the ten preceding, taken 
together: cf. fol. 2a, 11.4—6 (XII). In all cases are 
recorded the names of the tirthaprda, the devata, the 
bodhi-tree, and the exact location. 
The most important feature of Papavinasa appears to 

have been a temple called Paficasriiga (18 a, 1. 2., 26 b, 1. 2j. 

Visnu is attended by Sri under the title Sri-Bhumi. 

The site is thus defined, 1 b, 1. 5 sqq. : — 

kaverisaritas tire hy uttare daksine tatha i 
pascime caiva ptirvabdher yojananaii catustaye ii 
sriramgat piirvabhage tu yojananafi catu^5taye i 
The covers give in Tamil the words kumpakonam sva- 
pavukku merakke kapistalappuranam yedu 315 and the 
numbers 8 (Tamil) and 5 (European), also the title 'Brah- 
mandapuranam' in European writing. 



202. 

Saxsk. Xo. 18. 

Size: 10x1? in., 15 leaves + 1 cover, 7 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: Probably 18th cent. 
Character: Grantha, 

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The KCujaroli anamdli a tmya. 
It begins: — 
6aunakadya mahatmana r>ayo bralimavadinah i 
naimisakhye maliaranye tapas tepur mumuksavah ii 
ekada te m(ali)atmanali samajan cakrur uttamam i 
dliarmartthakamamoksanam upayam jnatum icchavah ii 
sadvimsatisahasranam munayas te mahaujasah i 
tesam sisyaprasisyanam sa(m)khya vaktun na sakyate ii 
kani ksetrani punyani kani tirtthani bhutale i 
katham va prapyate muktir brhan (read nrnan ?) tapartta- 

cetasam ii 
ity evam prastum atmanain .udyatan preksya Samkarah 

(read Saimakah) n 
Saunakali i 

aste siddliasrame punye Suta(h) pauramkottamali ii 
yajan makhair bahuvidhai(r) visvarupam jagadgurum ii 
sa eva sakalam vetti Vyasasisyo mabamunih ii 
tasmat tam evam prcchama ity uce Saunako munih ii 
atha te munayo jagmuh punyam siddhasramam vanam ii 
iksantas tam avabhrthan tatra tasthur makhalaye ii 
addhvaravabhrthasnanam munim pauranikottamam ii 
papracchus te sukhasinam naimisaranyavasinam ii 
rsayah i 
kani &c. &c. 

katham sive manusyanam {sic) bhaktir avj'abhicarini ii 
vada sarvamunisrestha sarvam etad asamsayah i 
Sutah 1 

srunuddhvam rsayas sarve sandisto vo vadamy aham ii 
gitam SanatkiimarSya kumarena mahatmana i 
kayarohananathasya mahatmyam paramatbhutam ii 

It ends: — 

etatksetrasya mahatmyam i 
ye ^rnvanti pathanti ca i 
vaktaram piijayanti ye i 
tesam manoratliam svayam i 
dadyat kayadhirohanam i 



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bhu^anair vividhai(r) vastrai(s) trimbulai(r) dhauaddhanya- 
vaktaram pujayitva tu sivasayujyam apnuyat u [kaih i 

harih i om i 
Summary: — 

I (4 b, Adipurane Limr/otpatti) relates tho origin of the 

linga near to Sivakhyarajadhanl. The site is tlius 

described (3 a, 11.6—7):— 

purvarabodhitate ramye pundarikapurasya ca i 
yojanatrayasimante kaveryyas caiva daksine ii 

II The Kayarohana. On the banks of the Yamuna was 
a village called Vedapuri, where dwelt a sage of the 
Gargyas, named Kardama. His son Pundarika, wishing 
to obtain sayujya, worships Mahadeva for 2000 years 
at Benares, but without success. At the advice of a 
certain Vumadeva he proceeds to Kanci, and sets up 
(6 b, 1. 7) a Kayarohana linga. After 62,000 years a 
heavenly voice informs him that, that place being a 
hhogadhihya sthana, he would find a difficulty in there 
obtaining sayujya sdrdhadehena. He must depart to 
a bhogamoksasama sthdna. Proceeding to Kumbhakona 
at a time when Jupiter was in Leo, he sets up a 
Kayarohana at a tirtha named from Siva (7a, 1. 6). After 
80,000 years he is advised by a Rsi Kanva to visit 
Ksetrarajapura on the shore of the eastern ocean 
between Fundarikapura and Veddranya, a yojana from 
Kamaldsannidhdna (?P.N.) on the east. There he is 
to bathe vrddhakdverlsamgame. Pundarika goes there, 
and beholds Paramesvara with Ambika. On the west 
of the linga, which is west of the Sarvatirtha, he 
establishes an dsrama and a Kayarohana linga. Siva 
appearing grants him sayujya and promises to Kanva 
that bhakti shall always be acancald at the place. 

(Here perhaps a chapter ends, 9 b, 1. 7.) 
After a long interval Kanva obtains sasar'irena sayujya. 

(? a chapter ends 11a, 1. 6.) 
Storyof the \'indhya and Agastya, who visits Kayarohana 
and sets up a linga in the dgneyadlghhdga (Agastyalinga 
13 a, 1. 2). 

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story of Nagaraja. Sesa, desiring offspring, visits Ka- 
yarohana with his wife and sets up a liiiga W. of the 
Sarvatirtha. His wife bears a daughter, who is ultimately 
bestowed upon a king ^dllsuha, of the Suryavarnsa, who 
comes to Pannagendrapura (Ahindrapura). Sesa, having 
placed his mantrin on the throne, gives his mind to tapas 
and obtains sayujya (14a, L 4). 
Praise of the tirtha. 

On one cover we find the figure 7 (European) and on 
the other an illegible scrawl in Tamil. 

203. 

Whish No. 187 B. 

Size: 18xli in., 38 leaves + 1 blank + cover, 5 (sometimes 4) 
lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: 18th cent. 

Character: Grantha, somewhat cramped, but legible. 

The Kumbhakonamdhdtmya of the Ksetravaibhavaklianda 
of the TJttarabhciga of the Brahmdnda-Purdna. The colo- 
phon to adhy. XI has Pdldsavanamdhdtmya in place of 
Uttarahhdya. 

It begins: — 
pura kadacid ajagmuh punyaranyopasobhitam i 
naimi^an nimisiksetram rsayo gautamltate ii 
vidhatukama vidhivat satram dvadasavarsikam i 
hutasanasamakarah pratarastuhutasanah (sic) ii 

Kapilah Pulaho — — — 

(12 slokas) 

(2a,L2.) Sutamabhyagatamviksyatejasa, suryyasannibhara i 
tasmai brahmasanan datva tam ucus tatra tenaghah ii 
Suta prasida sumate sutaram sujata 
s(v)arviihinijalajasaurabhasodaribhih i 
vakbhir virinca vanitakarunajharibhis 
tvan no drutam vrjinatapam apakurusva ii 

(2 b, 1. 3.) pura prasamgena puranaratne > 

brahmandanamni (s/c) prakatikrtam yat i 



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kincit tad acaksva vivicya kamam 
sn-Kumbhakonasthalavaibhavan nah ii 

It ends: — 
adikumbhesamahatmyara prektam (read proktam) eva dvi- 

jottamah ii 
anyad atraiva yusmakam tatra sarvahitaya ca ii 
iti brahmandapurane ksetravaibbavakhande kumbha- 
konamahatmye ksetravaibhavan nama dvadasoddhyayah i 
Siitah 1 

Summary of the adhijdyas: — 

I (ends 6a): Siita begins with the praises of Kumbha- 

ghona on the Kaveri and the Kasyapakhyatirtha 
(3 b, 1. 3 and 4 b, 1. 2). Kasyapa practising tapas there, 
Siva pi-omised that the tirtha should bear K.'s name 
and that his (S.'s) image should be there. 

II (ends 9 b): The Hemapuskarinitlrtha and Madhya- 
rjjunapura (6b 1. 2.). The Adikumbhesvaraliiiga and 
the Hemabjatlrtha (7a, 1. 4 = Hemapuskarii.ii 7 b, 1. 1). 
Account of the foundation of the tirtha. The Kumbha 
and Siva. Mrmdhatr worships at the spot. 

III (ends 12 b): The Hemapuskarinlcakratirtha and — to 
the north — the Svayambhuvatirtha (12a, 1. 3.), A vimana 
Yaisnava mentioned 12a, 1.4.: Laksmi-Bhumi 12 a, 1.5. 

IV (ends 14b, BrhaspatisvargaprdptikaiJiana): The Some- 
svaratlrtha and the Hemakarasaras. Story of Brhaspati. 

V (ends 17a): The Patalabijaliiiga at the Asvatthatirtha. 

VI (ends 21b): Story of the Umabhaga. 

VII (ends 23b, Malidmdgliat'irthavalhhava)-. The PapS- 
panodanasaras, where Siva was present as Kayaro- 
hananatha. 

VIII (ends 25b. Bhdskara[s]tapassiddhikathana): The 
Bhaskaraksetra. 

IX (ends 30b, Bralimaliattistrlliattimocana): Account of 
the Kasyapatirtha, presided over by Umasahriya. Story 
of king Satyakirtti of Candrapura in Malwa. slain by 
a jealous wife. 

X (ends 33 a, Bilvdran{ya)ma}idtmi/e Gautamagoliatiivi- 
mocana): Story of the Gautamasaras, where was a 



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linga of Siva. Cidambara mentioned 31a, 1.5.; Mayu- 
rasthana 32 a, 1. 2. 

XI (ends 35a, Suhdhv[o Marudvaty]ds ca carita): Story 
of Siibahu and his wife Marudvatl. 

XII (ends 38a, Ksetravaihhava): Recapitulation and praise 
of Kumbhaghona. 

The Colophons usually spell Kumbhaghona (sic). The 
final colophon was apparently intended to be followed by 
a fresh adhydya, as Suta's name is repeated: see also 
No. 204. 

The label reads in Tamil yinta stalappuranam ku(mpa)- 
konam sivanakovi;*:)!cyedu312, with the numbers 2 (Tamil) and 
7 (European), and the title Erahmandapuranam (European). 

For another MS. of a KumhhaJionamdhdtmya professing 
also to belong to the Brahmanda-Purana, see Burnell, 
Tanjore, p. 190 a. 

204. 
Sansk. No. 19. 

Size: ITlxl^ ( — ) in., 26 leaves, 8—9 (more frequently 8) lines 
on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: 18th cent. 

Character: Grantha, clearer than in 203. 

The Kumhhakonamdhdtmya. 

It begins as in No. 203, but at the end adds, after Sutahf 
the commencement of a new adhydya: 

kumbhaghonasthale nama sthanam asti mahattaram i 

kayarohanavikhyatam sarva — 
confirming the suspicion that a portion of the Mahatmya 
is lost. 

The adhydyas end as follows: — 

I 3a, II 5a, III 7b, IV 9a: Brhaspatisvarga'prdpti- 
lathana, V 11a, VI 14b, VII 16a: Mahdmdyliatirttha' 
valhhava, VIII 17b: Bhdskara[s]la2mssiddhihdJiana, IX 21 b : 
Bralimaliattistr'ihattimocana, X 23 b: BilvdranyamdJidtmye 

Gautamayohattivimocana, XI 25a: SuhdJivos carita 

(as No. 203), XII 26b: Kseiravaihhava. 

The MS. is slightly more correct than No. 203, which, if 



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not copied from this, is derived at any rate from a not 
remote common original, as is proved by the colophons 
and especially by the common error in the colophon of IV. 
The outer cover, shared with No. 195, shows various 
numbers (11, 26, 19, 11,48, 11) in Grantha, Telugu, and Eu- 
ropean characters, likewise in various characters, 'Harkness 
examed lees 20' (?), KimhliagJiona-Mdlidtmya, Kodana, 
Kumhhovaram Purdnam, Virdtajpuram, and another illeg- 
ible superscription. An attached label reads (in Tamil 
character) Kumimlionaksetra-Mdhdtimjarn Pdratavirdtapar- 
vanil Icohsam. 

205. 

Sansk. No. 20. 

Size: 14| xl's' iu-, 38 leaves + 2 between wooden boards, 6—8 
lines to a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: 18tii, possibly 19 tb, cent. 

Character: Grantha, clearly written. The MS. shows numerous 
small gaps and ends abruptly. 

The Pdi)avindsamdhdtmya of the Brahmdnda-Purdm. 

It begins: — 

namami sripatim visnum saccidauandam advayam i 
svamayasaktisamksiptaprapancam sesasayinam il 
Naradauvaca (s/c) I 

srimadastaksarakhyasya mantrasya vada Samkara l 
kesu ksetresu siddlii syad iti karuiiyato mama 11 
Samkara uvaca i 

samyak prstam raahaprajna sarvalokahitavaham i 
astaksaramahrima(n)trasiddliiksetrani me srnu ii 

satyaksetram hariksetram — — — — — — — 

(4 slokas). 

papanasam mahaksetram sarvaksetrottamottamani I 
etani siddhiksetrani vadanti munipumgavah ii 
astaksarasya mantrasya catustrirasan mahamune i 
etesu punyaksetresu kurvatara sumahat tapah il 
kalena bhiiyasa siddhih papanasasthalam vina i 
papanase tapassiddhir acirad eva jayate ii 



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It ends: — 
tesam bhuktifi ca muktin ca dehi ke^ava nayaka[h] ii 
ayam eva hi me kamo nanyosti madhusudana i 
tva dadayam (for tvadodayam?) me syat kamo (vai)kuntha- 
isvarah i [nayaka ii 

evam samprartthito laksmya kesavah kamalapatih i 
tathastv iti jagadainam pa. 

Summary of the adhyayas: — 
I (ends 5b, Mddliavaraksasatvamoksana): Story of the 
Brahmaraksasa and the Brahmana Dalbhya. 

II (ends 10 b, Sa7-ahhdmadyasurava{dh)o): Story of the 
Brahmana Kundina, who with his wife Guuadhya is 
cast into the sea by an asnra Simhanana at the 
command of the asura king Sarabha, but is saved by 
Garuda and ultimately reaches Pri])anrisa, where he 
meets Parasara. Visnu destroys the asuras. 

III (ends 12a, Kundhiatapascarana). 

IV (ends 14 b, Kiiudimimoh^almtliana)-. K. praises Visnu, 
who instructs him to settle one Yojana from Srlrahga 
on the N. bank of the Kaverl (13 b), where he begets 
a son named Papanasesvara, and then proceeds to 
Papanasa, where he obtains mukti. The mukti-securing 
stotra is given. 

V (ends 18 b, SudarsananiuJdikathana) : Temptation of 
Sudarsana by a nymph; he resists her and obtains 
mukti (marudvrdha = 'river' 15a, 1. 4, 19b, 1. 2). 

VI (ends 21b, Suhodhacarita): Story of Subodha and 
the Raksasa Candakopa. 

VII (ends 25a, PraUddamohmijrada): At the suggestion 
of Sanatkumara Prahlada obtains mukti from Visnu. 

VIII (ends 28a, Fratdpavlracarita): Story of the Cola 
king Pratapavira, son of Pratapavira, who constructs 
many dykes (kulya) in order to irrigate the land on 
both sides of the Kaverl. On a certain occasion the 
river disappears in a daksinavartta-shaped gartta at 
a place called 8vetavighnesvarasivasthana. A famine 
ensues and for three years P. endeavours in vain to 
fill the gartta. He then appeals to a Brahmana Eranda, 



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dwelling at the foot of an Eranda tree, -who says that 
it will not be filled until a muni equal to himself or 
, a king equal to P. leaps in. That honour falls to the 
sage, who, when P. is about to follow him out of re- 
morse for a Brahmana's death, reappears and directs 
- him to visit Papanasa and set up fallen liiigas &c. 
This he does and obtains union with Visnu. 
The lines describing the kulyas are as follows: — 
Pratapaviranrpatis Coleudro munipuragavah i 
Colaksetresv osadhlnam « ;*:■ vrddhyarttham ekada ii 
grrimanan nagaranah ca kaveryyubhayakulatah i 
sukulyah khanayamasa sasyavrddhyarttham adarat ii 
tiradvaye ca kaveryyam ye vasanti sivalayah I 
ye ca visnvalayas santi tan apfdayata prabhuh ii 
tat-tad-devalayasthana (sic) devanam api dattavan i 
bahuksetrani vittani bhaktisraddhapurassaram li 

kulyanam abhiraksarttham sa Pratapanrpo mune i 
silabhir istikabhis ca mukhadvaram akalpayat ii 
kaverimulakulyanam sudhalepanapurvakam i 
evani sambandhitas Coladeso bhupatina mune ii 
(25b, 1. 6 sqq.) 

IX (ends 32 b, PundarlkasarastlrthavaihhavakatJiana): 
Story of the devas and the asura Candavega whom 
with his army Visnu destroys at Papanasa. Praise of 
the Pundarika-saras, named after a sage Pundarlka 
(31a, h 7). 

X (ends 36 a, Pundarlkanmnikathana) : Digging of the 
saras by Pundarika at the advice of Drdbhya. P. ob- 
tains mukti. 

XI (unfinished): Laksml performs tapas and asks to be 
allowed to dwell with the good instead of with the 
bad, who on her travels round the world have hitherto 
been her hosts. Visnu consents. 

The situation of the tirtlia is thus defined (lb, L 6sqq.):— 
kumbhaghonasya nairtyam (iv'c) nisi (read disi) caiviSrddhayo- 
kaveryj-a daksine tire papa(nasa)stha]am hareh ii [janei 
muktidam varttate purasam vasatam bhuktidam tatha i 



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On the two spare leaves at the beginning we read 
'harih i om i' 'papavinasamahatmyam' 'sriyai namah i 
grantha 880' in Grantha character with 'yedu 318' in Tamil, 
and 2 in Telugu and European character: finally the title 
again pencilled in European letters, and on an attached 
label in Grantha. 



206. 

Sansk. Ko. 21. 

Size: 16|xl-| in., 18 leaves + cover, 7 (rarely 6) lines to a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18 th cent. 
Character: Grantha. 

The Tulaswanam Miandeyah-inivasaksetramahdhmja of 
the Madhyamahhdga of the Bhavisyottara-Piirdna. 

It begins: — 
devadevaravindaksa kahjasana surarccita i 
praslda jagatan natha sarvalokanamaskrta il 
ksetrabrndavidhanajha tlrtthabrndavicaksana i 
mantrabrndavidhanajha vimanajha suresvara ii 
srutva tvatto mukundasya mahatmyam pavanain param i 
manaso na bhavet trptir atah prcchami sampratam ii 
krpaya bruhi sisyaya lokanam vai hitaya ca i 
kumbhaghonasya mahatmyam varnaneyan manak cchrutamii 
markandeyamahaksetram sarvalokaikapavanara i 
bruhi me devadevesa guhyat guhyatararn param il 

It ends: — 
dharmakamartthamoksanam yah pathet pratar utthitah ii 
etan mahatmyam atulam patrobhun natra samsayah ii 
subham bhavati sarvesani siddhir bhavati mamgalam ii 

iti sri-bhavisyottarapurane madhyamakhande tulasivana- 
markandeyasrinivasaksetramahatmye tlrtthamahimanuvar- 
nanan nama navamoddhyayah i harih i om i subham astu i 
kallyanatbhutagatraya kamikartthapradayine srimadvemka- 
tanathaya srinivasaya mamgalam i 



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Summary of the adhydijas: — 

I (ends 3 b): The situation of the tirtha is thus dctined 
(la, L 5): — Sahyajadaksine tire purvambodLes tu pascime i 
sarddhakrose kumbhaghonat purvabhage munisvara ii 
tulasivanam ity etat ksetram pavanaprivanam i 

adav eva mahaksetram nirirkandeyan tatali param ii 
"We hear (la, 1. 7) of a puskarini at the tirtha. Some 
details of places are given fol. 3. 

II (ends 5 a): Origin of the Tulasivana (Tulasi daughter 
of Sudhdhindu 4a, L 3). A Tulasikavaca is mentioned 
and given at lengtli (4:b, \. 5.). 

III (ends 6 b) : Markandeya visits the Tulasivana and 
performs tapas at the foot of a Tulasi. 

IV (ends 7 b): Dbarani (= Tulasi) appears to M. and 
becomes his daughter. 

V (ends 10 a): Visnu appears as an aged ascetic and 
begs for the girl: on her refusal M. appeals to Visnu. 

VI (ends 12a): M. praises Visnu, who asks for Tulasi, 
and promises to M. 3 boons, (1) that he and Tulasi 
shall dwell at the tirtha, to be called after M.'s name, 
(2) food without salt (see 11a: no salt to be brought 
to Hari's temple), (3) mok^a. Visnu adds that M. shall 
see the Akasanagarl, which shall be visible under the 
name Kalyanapura or Markandtyasthala. The tirtha 
is called Sririiga. The dvadasaksaravidya lib, 1.5. 

VII (ends 13 a): Marriage of Visnu and Tulasi. The 
temple Suddhananda built 13 a, L 6. 

VIII (ends 14b, Tirthamdhdtmyci): The Akasanagara is 
n a irrtijd m tirtthardjasya. 

IX (ends 18 a): Brahman establishes a festival. The fruits 
of bathing in the Ahoratryrdivayatlrtha. 

The sage Devasarman (a Bharadvaja), having ravished 
a daughter of Jaimini, is cursed to become a kraunca 
and liberated only when a Sal tree on which he nests 
falls into the tirtha. 

The Candratlrtha (16b, 11. 1—4), Sarngatirtha (16 b, 1. 5). 
Suryatlrtha (16b, 1.6), Indratirtha (17b, 1.2), and Brahma- 
tirtha (17 b, 1. 3). 



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On the cover we read in Tamil: Inta stalapuranam 
kumpakonatukku samlpam uppili appana yena nukua vis- 
nukovilapuranam yedu 18 and inside the title, as given 
above, in Grantha. 

207. 

Whish No. 186. 

Size: O^xl? in., 6 leaves (numbered 70, 71, 73—74, 80—81) and 
2 covers, 7 — 9 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: ISth (possibly 17th) cent. 
Character: Grantha. 

The last part of the Mahdganapaddliati of Olrvdnen- 

dra Sarasvati, pupil of Visuesvara Sarasvati, who was himself 

a pupil of Amarendra Sarasvati. 
It begins: — 

« ■;>(• -sjc- ■)!(• •:«■ sc- « •*:• m madhu melayitva 
sampisya japtanyayutadvayena {sic) i 
ebhis subhair ahjitalocano yo 
marttyani dhanani sa pasyatiha ii 
lajjanduka prasiddha laksanan tu sparsasamkucavatpa- 

tratvam i ghanasarah karpurah suklam girikarnika sveta- 

parajitah trevau (??) eka trnam i ayahprasuna samkha- 

puspim ayomukhapuspaki i 

bhavet ganesarnasatastajapta- 
srikhandilepat kila duhkhanasah i 

srikhandas candanakhandah satastajaptety astottarasata- 

japtam ity artthah evam sarvatra 

luta savisphotakabhutakrtya(t) 
pretotbhavat ghoratara (j) jvarac ca i 
manorathastadhyasahasrajapad 
vinasayen {sic) mantrivaras tu vasyam ii 
visadvayam sthavarajaugaman ca 
j varan athastav ilia sularogan i 
sudarunan tam grahaniu ca rogan 
vataprasutan kaphapittajatan ii 
gala grail a din api rogasamghan 
satastajapena vinasayeta 



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laksaikajapena manorathasya i 
siddliir bhaved asya hi padukayah ii 

It ends: — 

somasuiyyoparage ca parvanes (sic) suddhayos tatlia i 
siddbrimvtadiyogesii dvadasadivratesu ca ii 
caturtthyan ca tatha sastyrim vasare sukrasomayoh i 
uktakalesu vidliivat ganesam samyag arccayet ii 
iti srlmatparamahamsaparivrajakacaryasiimad - Ainaren- 
drasarasTatisisyasiimad-Vi^vesvarasarasvatyrih priyasisyeiia 
Girvanendrasarasvatya viracita mahaganapaddhatis sain- 
aptah I 

harili I om i srivaficchattiliru Kukum Sesadriyaiilaputraii 
Sesadrina su(read sva)liastalikliitam i srlvancclie-svaraman- 
galanayakyai namah i kalamkamakakattasrivighnesvaraya 
namah i srisarasvatyai namah i srigurubhyo namah i 
Then in uninked letters: ganesaya namah! 

For the author see Aufrecht CC. s. v. Olrvanendrasarasvati. 
The work deals with charms, and seems especially devoted 
to Oanesa. Possibly it bears some relation to the Gane- 
sapaddhati (dh.) by Somesvarapiitra mentioned by Auf- 
recht CC. II p. 196. 

208. 

Sansk. No. 22. 
Size: 7-| xli in., 26 leaves + 2 blank between boards, 6 lines on 
a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18tii or 19 th cent. 
Character: Malayalam. 

An astrological work bearing no name. 

It begins: — 
harih i srlgauapataye namah i avighnam astu i 
srigurubhyo namah l trilokambayai namah i 
kalavenuravah kalayanilah kamalacumbanalampatotiramyahl 

alipota ivaravindamadhye ramatam me hi-di devakikisorah ii 
jayati jagatah prasiitir visvatma sahajabhusanam nabhasah i 
drutakanakasadrsadasasatamayukhamalarccitas savitfi ii 



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arkkendvarabudhacaryyasukramandasiketavah i 
raksantv amum gralias sarvve yah pusye mrgalagnajah ii 
vidhatra likhita yS sa lalaleksaramalika i 
daivajnas tarn pathed vyaktam horanirmmalavaksasa ii 
pusyarkse sitabhanSv udayati mrgabhe vrscikasthe ca blianau 
bhuputradau vaniksatpadasatuladhanuryyugmajikakriyasthei 
cchalismelugh (?) isoyas samajani bhavatal lokamatrprasadat 
balah prajiionujoyam kalitadhauasukharogyadlrghghayur 

adhyah ii 
athaharggano likbyate. 
It ends: — 

sesa dasah kramena yojyali i subham astu i the writing 

on the last leaf being indistinct and in places hardly legible. 

There is no regular division into chapters, but new 

topics are introduced by atlia, as follows: — 

lb, 1. 6. athaharggano likhyate. 

2 a, 1. 4. atha tatkaladugganita grahassatvakyani likh- 

yante. 
4b, I. 2. atha bhasakalidinadayah. 
5 a, 1. 6. atha bhavasrayaphalani. 

8 b, 1. 5. atha rasmayo likhyante. 

9 b, I. 2. atha yogaphalam. 

10b, 1. 1. athastakavarggo likhyate. 
lib, 1. 3. atha samudayastakavarggah. 

12 a, 1. 6. atha bhavah lagnadinam samanvayah. 

13 b, 1. 3. atha bhavestagrahadustayah. 

15 b, 1. 5. atha grahanam sthanabalani. 

16 a, 1. 1. atha cestabalam. 
16 a, 1. 3. athovvabalam. 
16 b, 1. 1. athayanabalam. 
16 b, 1. 3. atha kalabalam. 

16 b, 1. 5. atha nisarggabalam. 
17a, 1. 1. atha grahabalapuhjani. 

17 a, 1. 4. atha lagnadibhavabalapuhjani. 

17 b, 1. 5. atha suksmarasmayah. 

18 a, 1. 2. atha lagnabhuvasya baladhikyad atrarpsakadasa 

likhyate. 
18b, 1. 3. atha bhavavindanam. 



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26 a, 1. 3. atha kalacakradasa. 

26 a, 1. 6. atha naksatradasa likliyate. 

On the outer side of one of the l)oards X in Roman 
character. 

209. 

Sansk. No. 23. 

Size: 8^ Xll in., 31 leaves + covers, 8 lines (generally) on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18t5i cent. 
Character: Grantha. 

Unnamed. But in the margin at the beginning Angirasa- 
parisat, and at the end ^rlmukhaparisat is written. 

It begins: — 

vagisadya sumanasa sarvartthanam upakrame i yan natva 
krtakrtya stus (read syus) tan namami gajananam i vinddhya- 
syottaradese barhaspatyamanabdo grahyah vinddhyadaksina- 
dese sauracandramanabdo grahyah barhaspatyamanena 
citrabhanusamvassarah (s?c) sauracandramanabhyarn Srigira- 
sasamvassarah sarvatra ^ii(?)rodayaYasat pusyabdah asya 
samvassarasya Salivahanasakabdali i 

It is incomplete, breaking off as follows: — 

ddhruvam gamgeyo vallipritih piisa 4 ku 8 sunnyatithir 
ala 1 

There are no regular chapters. On fol. 2 a, 1. 4 we find 
a section beginning 'atha samvassaraphalam' and on 4a, 1. 7 
one beginning 'atha makarasamkrantii^halam'. The rest is 
mainly numbers &c., arranged as in a table. 

On the cover suhluDii astu nuncV^sisahdi/am^ with two 
lines of Tamil writing (of an astrological nature) inside. 

210. 

Sansk. No. 24. 

Size: 12x1— li in., 5 leaves + 1 double leaf joined at the left 
side, 5 — 6 lines on a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 
. Date: 18th or 19th cent. 

Character: Malay alam. 

Injuries: All the leaves are more or less mutilated. 



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A slip of paper wrapped round these few leaves states 
that they were presented by Col. H. S. Osborne, March 
1«* 1828, and that they contain a copy of a Malabar (i. e. 
Malayalam) petition. On one of them however the language 
is Sanskrit, and it begins the BdgadvesapraJiaranam, as 
follows : — 

citghanam paramatnianam apannaivarusakrtim i 
advitlyam aparan tarn Veldtesagurum (sic) bhajet ii 

? ragadvesaprakaranam. 
ragadyS sodasa. 

211. 

Whish No. 180. 

Size: 145 X Ij i°-) 24 leaves between boards, 9 (later 8) lines on 
a page. 

Material: Palm leaves. 

Date: Perhaps 19 tt cent. 

Character: Square Grantha, clearly written. 

Injuries: The left-hand lower corner of the first 16 leaves has been 
partially rubbed away. 

The ^amJcardcaryacarita in 9 adhyayas. 

It begins: — 
« «• « « nanias tasmai yatprasadavivasvata i 
pratyuhadhvantavidhvamsah kriyate sarvakarmnianam ii 
madiyarasanabamsanatanesu samutsuka i 
esa Sarasva « « « «■ x m anandadayini ii 
samasritapadambhojajanatasurapadapah i 
sarvam mama subhabhistam piirayet partthasarathih ii 
ksiptvajiianatamorasim padarttha •>?• « « « « i 
gururatnapradlpo me manodhamani bhasatam il 
visnulilamrtanan te karttarah kavipumgavah i 
jayanti sutaram loke Valmikivyasasarakarah ii 
•X- «■ « « « -x- « nde vyasacalam idam kavim i 
babhuva Samkaracaryyaklrttikallolini yatah il 
atyunnatasya kavyadror vvyahsacalabhyapo khilam i 
«• « « 5« «• « « x- m asamartthoham atbhutam ii 
hrasvam atyarakusagrahyara grhitva kalayami tat \ 
nibandhanasrjam kaiicitadvatisvaramagno mude " 



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«• •« « ^ ■>!C- x -so •)«:• v* •)«;• « x vakarpitam I 
karomi yativaryyasya iiiilesain samupa^ritali li 
kathasamksepa evadyo dvitlyoddliyaya utblia(vje(t) i &c. 

It ends: — 
^rimaccliamkaradesikasya caritastotram prabodliapradara 
nirddand;lkhilapapavrndavidliinam samksiptain etan narah i 
ye srnvanti pathanti cadarayuta sancintyanvaliam te 
labdhva bliuvi sampadan ca sakalam ante lablianterartam ii 
iti ^rl-^amkaracaryyacarite navamoddhyayali i srigurubhyo 
namah i 

The following is a summary of the story, which is told 
in a sober and credible style with scarcely any miracles: — 

adhy. I (ends 2 b, 1. 7) Kathdsamlcsejm. 

II (5a, 1. 7) Story of Upamanyu and birth of ^ainkara, 
which 'causes the books to slip from the hands of the 
Dvaitavadins' (5 a, 1. 2.). The birthplace was in the 
Kerala country (famous for the birth of Medinikara &c 
3 a, 1. 1), where was the Daksinakailasa tirtha, also 
called Syanandura (? 3a, 1. 2). Here were two rivers 
Nila (?) and Curni, and on the north bank of the latter, 
at a place called Krdati, was the home of S.'s parents, 
whose names are not given. 

III (8a, 1. 7): Sarnkara's precocity. At five years of age 
he loses his father, and he is brought up by his mother, 
for whose sake, when sixteen years old, he brings the 
river near to the house. The river was thence called 
Ambapaga. A crocodile seizes him while bathing, 
and in gratitude for his escape he becomes a Sanuyasin. 

He is initiated by Govindasvamin, pupil of Gauda- 
pada, with whom he spends a long period. Having 
with difficulty obtained leave, he visits tirthas. 
The friendly counsels of the guru are charmingly 
related. 

Proceeding to the Badarikfisrama, he studies Yedanta 

and composes the Bhasyapradipika. Vyasa appears 

and compliments him. 

lY (10 a, 1. 3): After his mother's death, 8. returns to the 

Badarikasrama, where the Brahmana Yisnu^arman, son 

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of Somasarman of Srikundagrama in the Keraja country, 
becomes his first disciple. 

V (12 b, 1.1): S. visits Bhattacarya at Prayaga. The latter, 
previously devoted to the karmakanda, is converted to 
S.'s views. He relates that at one time, when Buddhism 
was triumphant (svetamarge pura tena sugatena suba- 
dhite), he had himself outwardly professed that reli- 
gion, for which reason he is not fit to compose varttikas 
on the Bhasya. He indicates a pupil Visvarupa, living 
in Magadha, as a substitute. S. converts Visvarupa 
from Buddhism. 

The story of Visvarupa's wife VanI, daughter of 
Yisnumitra, dwelling near the river Sona, shows some 
reminiscences of Bana's Harsacarita adhy. I. 

VI (14a, 1. 1): Visvarupa receives the sannyasa name of 
Suresvara. Samkara composes fifteen bhasyas (ten on 
Upanisads), and Sanandana (Visnusarman) writes a 
tika on the Bhasya, while Suresvara is the author of 
the Naiskarmyasiddhi and two Varttikas. On the 
way to Gokarna, Samkara obtains a third disciple 
Hastamalaka (Kahcanavarnin 23b, 11. 4 — 5) at a village 
called Sivavihara, A fourth, exceedingly devoted, was 
Totaka. 

VII (17 a, 1. 2): Sanandana obtains at Haridvar the name 
Padmapada. Samkara, journeying to Ramasetu, bathes 
in the river Suvarnamukhari at Kalahastiksetra, also 
called Daksinakailasa. Praise of Kahci. 

VIII (20 a, 1.3): S. visits Pundarintapura (Pundarika23b, 17), 
where is the tirtha Sivaganga. Then to Srirahga: then 
bathes at the Dhanuskotitirtha at Bamasetu. 

IX (24a, 1. 9): ^. revisits Kahci and mounts the Sarvajha 
pitha. Then to Vrsacala, whore he dwells and dies 
at Daksinakailasa. Recapitulation in the form of an 
a§irvada. 

This work professes to be composed by Govindanatha, 
friend of Samkara (23 a, I. 1): — 
idara sri-^amkaracaryyacaritani lokapavanam 
krtam Govindanathcna yatibhaktisahayatah. 



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On the outside of fol. 24 in Wliisb's hand 'Samkara 
Achriryya charitiam professing to be a history of that 
learned individual' and 'An unworthy work No. 79b.' See 
above p. 106. 

Other MSS. of this work have been examined by 
Burnell, Tanjore p. 96b — 97a, and ^esagiri ^astri ^Report 
on a Search for Sanskrit and Tamil M.SS. for the year 
1893—1894' pp. 101—2 and 257—9, the readings of which 
may be compared with the present. The former makes 
no mention of the author, but the latter accepts without 
question the above statement of the MS. ascribing it to 
^amkara's disciple Govindanatha. Although I cannot agree 
with BurnelFs statement that the book is 'full of miracles' 
and the litany at the end may be an addition, it is im- 
possible to ascribe such an antiquity to a work which 
cites (3a, 1. 1) among the distinguished sons of the Kerala 
country Medinikara, apparently the author of the Medinl- 
ko^a. For the story of Sarakara as related in the Saraka- 
ravijaya see Aufrecht-Oxford, pp. 247 sqq. 

212. 

Sansk. No. 25. 

Size: 12 xl^- in., 9 leaves + covers, 8—9 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18th or 19*^ cent. 
Character: Grantha. 

213. 

Sansk. No. 26. 

Size: lO^-xl^^ in., 11 leaves + cover, 7 — 9 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: IStii or 19,tii cent. 
Character: Grantha. 

2M. 

Sansk. No. 27. 

Size: IO^xIt— 1^ in., 10 leaves + covers, 7—8 lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18tii or 19th cent. 
Character: Grantha. 

19* 



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On the cover 'Suvisesam^ intended to mean 'Holy', or 
the like. 

215. 

Sansk. No. 28. 

Size: lOs-X 1? in., 31 leaves (less fols. 18 and 30, missing) + cover, 
5—6 (generally 6) lines on a page. 
Material: Palm leaves. 
Date: 18* or 19tii cent. 
Character: Grantha. 

All these MSS. are described externally as 'Translation 
of Mr. Glenies sermon in Sanscrit', and the contents 
correspond to this description. We have apparently the 
same sermon in all the MSS. 



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LIST OF WORKS 
ARRANGED ACCORDING TO SUBJECTS. 



T. VEDIC LITERATURE. 



lavrtti) (N°- 



73, 1). 



1. Samliitas, (Did Worls relating to tliem. 
a) Rigveda: 

1 Rgveda-Sambita, Padapatha, Astakas 1 — 4 (No. 165). 

2 „ „ „ „ 5—8 (No. 166). 

3 „ „ ;, , first leaf ouly (No. 14). 

4 Egveda-Bliasya, by Sayana, I, 1 — 19 (No. 13). 

5 „ „ „ „ , I, 75-121 (No. 2). 

6 „ „ „ „ , I, 122-165 (No. la). 

7 Rgveda-Pratisakhya, by Sauuaka 

8 The same, with the Com. Parsadi 

9 Rksarvasamaua by Nagadeva 

10 Rgvilaiighyalaksana by Nagadeva 

11 Tract on the Rgveda-Samhita, title not given 

12 Paduntadipini 

13 Trisandhalaksana 

14 Rksamkhya I (No. 73,2). 

15 Avarnadipa 

16 Nantasamgraha by Sesanarayana 

17 Tantalaksana 

18 Naparavyfikhyana, Com. on Nantasamgraha 

19 Taparatika, Com. on Tantalaksana 

20 Paribhasa(?) 'j 

21 Avarnilaksana 

22 Avarnilaksana > (No. 73, 3). 

23 Avarnivyakhyana, Com. on 21 

24 Avarnivyakhyana, Com. on 22 

25 Katyayana's Sarvanukramani (No. 78, 6). 

26 A kind of Pari^ista to the Rgveda-Pratisakhya (No. 78, 7) 



B 

so 



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b) Black Yajurveda: 

27 Taittiriya-Samhita, Samhita-Patha (No. 176). 

28 Com. on Satarudriya (Taittiriya-Samhita IV, 5) (No. 21b). 

29 Another Com. on the same text (No. 22 a). 

30 Taittiriya-Pratisakhya (No. 38, 1). 

31 Tribhasyaratna, Com. on the preceding (No. 38, 2). 

32 Com. on Bharadvajasiksa, by Laksmana Jatavalla- 
bhasastrin (No. 25 b). 

33 Svaralaksana (No. 28 b). 

34 The same with Com. (No. 28 a). 

35 Samanavyakhyana, Com. on Samhitasamanalaksana^j ^ 

36 Viliiighyavyakhyana by Pundarikaksisuri 

37 Naparavyakhyana, Com. on Naparalaksana 

38 Taparapaddhati, Com. on Taparalaksana 

39 Avarnivyakhyana, Com. on Avarnilaksana 

40 Akarapaddhati, Com. on Avarnilaksana 

41 Anihgyavyakhyana, Com. on Anihgyalaksana 

c) Samaveda: 

42 Prakrti of Samaveda 1,,- 

43 Prakrticalaksara J 

44 Uhagana, book I (Dasaratra) (No. 180, 1). 

45 Uhagana, books II— VII (No. 179). 

46 Eahasya (No. 180, 2). 

2. Brdhmanas and Aranyakas. 

47 Aitareya-Aranyaka (No. 191). 

48 Sayana's Com. on the first Aranyaka of the same 
(No. lb). 

49 Mandala-Brahmana, i. e. ^atapatha-Brahmana X, 5, 2 
(No. 22 b). 

50 Taittiriya-Brahmana (No. 177). 

51 Taittiriya-Aranyaka, and 1^ 

52 Aranya-Kathaka, i.e. Taittiriya-Brahmana III, 10— 12j s 

3. TJijanirnds. 

53 ^aukara's Com. on Aitareya-Upanisad (No. 78, 2;. 

54 Sankara's Com. on Bahvrcabrahmana-Upanisad, i. e. 
Aitareya-Aranyaka II (No. 158, 1). 



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55 Sankara's Com. on Samhita-Upanii?a(l, i. e. Aitareya- 
Aranyaka III (Xo. 158, 2). 

56 Brliadaranyaka-Upanisad (No. 21c). 

57 Isa-Upanisad (No. 16 a, 1). 

58 ^aiikara's Com. on the same (Xo. 16b, 1). 

59 Sai'ikara's Taittirlya-Upanisad-Bhasya (No. 15). 

60 Kena-Upanisad (No. 16 a, 2). 

61 Sankara's Com. on the same (Xo. 16b, 2). 

62 Sankara's Com. on Chandogya-L'panisad (Xo. 23). 

63 Katha-Upanisad (Xo. 17, 1). 

64 Sankara's Com. on the same (Xo. 24a). 

65 Prasna-Upanisad (Xo. 17, 2). 

66 Sankara's Com. on the same (Xo. 24 a). 

67 Mundaka-Upanisad (Xo. 17, 3). 

68 Sankara's Com. on the same (No. 24a). 

69 Mandukya-Upanisad (No. 17, 4). 

70 Purvatapaniya-Upanisad (No. 17, 5). 

71 Uttaratapaniya-Upanisad (Xo. 17, 6). 

72 Eahasya-Upanisad (No. 18 a, 1). 

73 Amrtabindu-Upanisad (Xo. 18 a, 2). 

74 Tripurasundari-Upanisad (Xo. 18a, 3). 

75 Kalagnirudra-Upanisad (Xo. 18 a, 4). 

76 Sarira(ka)-Upanisad (No. 18 a, 5). 

77 Atharvasira-Upanisad (Xo. 18 a, 6). 

78 Atharvasirobhasya by Bhaskara Raya (Xo. 18b, 3). 

79 Kaivalya-Upanisad (Xo. 18 a, 7). 

80 The same (No. 192). 

81 Skanda-Upanisad (Xo, 18a, 8). 

82 Maha-(or Tripuratapana-?)Upamsad (Xo. 18 a, 9). 

83 Devi-Upanisad (Xo. 18 a, 10). 

84 Tripura-Upanisad (Xo. 18 a, 11). 

85 Katha-Upanisad (?), different from 63 (No. 18a, 12). 

4. Vedic Ritual (Siitras, Prayogas, &c.). 

86 Asvalayana-Grhyasutra (Xo. 78, 5). 

87 Kausitaka (Siriinbavya)-Grhyasutra (Xo. 78, 3). 

88 Com. on the same (No. 78, 4). 

89 Dvaidhasutra from Bodhayana's Srautasutra (No. 94, l)* 



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§0 Mahagnisarvasva, Com. on the Agnikalpa, Dvaidha 
and Karmanta Sutras of Bodhayana's Srautasutra 
(No. 94, 2). 

91 Another fragment of the same (No. 94, 3). 

92 Manual of Srauta rites (darsapurnamasau, adhana, 
pasubandha) according to the school of Apastamba 
(No. 99, 2). 

93 Com. on the same (No. 99, 1). 

94 Manual of Srauta rites (Agnistoma) according to the 
school of Apastamba (No. 99, 3). 

95 Com, on the same (No. 99, 4). 

96 Apastambiya Grhyasutra (No. 26, 2). 

97 Mantrapatha of the Apastambins (No. 26, 1). 

98 Haradatta's Com. on the same (No. 27). 

99 Sodasakriya (Bodhayana) in Malayalam, with Mantras 
in Sanskrit (No. 139). 

100 Paiicangarudranyasa (?), rules and prayers (Black 
Yajurveda) for the worship of Hudra (No. 48, 1). 

101 Kudravidhi (?) with the ^^ 

102 Pahcaiigarudranyasa of Bodhayana, and > ? 

103 Prayoga for the Budranuvakas of Taitt. Samh. lY, tJ S 

104 Mantrabrahmana of the Samaveda (No. 86, 2). 

105 Sayana's Com. on the same (No. 86, 1). 

106 Rudraskandha's Com. on Khadira-Grhyasutra (No. 75). 

107 Prayogasara (No. 153, 4). 

108 A kind of Prayoga, dealing with witchcraft and domestic . 
rites (No. 153, 5). 

109 Prayascittasubodhini by Srlnivasamakhin (No. 5 a). 

110 Grhyaparisista (No. 91, 1). 

5. Miscellaneous Vedlc TFor/tS. 

111 Caranavyuha (No. 21a). 

112 Somotpatti (No. 48, 3). 

II. ANCIENT EPIC POETBY. 

113 Valmiki's Bamayana I — VI (No. 53). 

11 4 „ „ Uttarakanda (No. 55). 

115 „ „ I, 1 only (No. 146, 3). 



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116 Ramanuja's Cora, on Ramayana I, II (No. 10). 

117 „ „ „ „ HI, 1— V, 3 (No. 62). 

118 „ „ „ „ VI (No. 67). 

119 Com. on Ramayana I, 1, 1 — 83 (No. 54, 1). 

120 Mahabharata, Sambliava-Parvan (No. 153, 6). 

121 „ Pauloma and Astika Parvans (No. 64)- 

122 „ Sabha-Parvan (No. 19). 

123 „ Yana-Parvan (No. 61). 

124 „ YiiTita-Parvan (No. 52). 

125 „ „ „ 1—12, 7 (No. 195). 

126 „ Udyoga-Parvan 1-94 (No. 84). 

127 „ „ „ 41—198 (No. 85). 

128 „ Drona-Parvan 1—34 (No. 87). 

129 „ Parvans XIY— XVIII (No. 50). 

130 Bhagavadgita, fr. (No. 157, 1). 

131 „ Avith introduction (No. 40). 

132 Subodhinl, Sridhara's Com. on Bhagava;dgita (No. 41). 

133 Uttaragita (No. 44, 2). 

134 Balabharata by Pandit Agastya (No. 21). 

135 Mahabharatasaragraba by Mahesvara (No. 71). 

136 Campiibbarata (No. 152, 2). 

137 Kusalavopakbyana from Asvamedhika-Parvan of Jai- 
mini-Bharata (No. 49 b), 



HI. CLASSrcAL SANSKRIT LITERATURE. 

1. Epic and Lyric Puetry (Kdvya). 

138 Narayana's Com. on Krdidasa's Kumarasambhava 
(No. 121). 

139 Bbattikavya with Com. Jayamaiigala (No. 123). 

140 The same (No. 164). 

141 Mahanatakasiiktisudhrinidhi by Imniadi DevaiTiya 
(No. 66). 

142 Srutirahjinl, Com. on Jayadeva's Gitagovinda, by 
Laksmldhara (No. 113, 1). 

143 The same (No. 142). 

144 Another Com. on the Gitagovinda (No. 136) 



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145 Surya^ataka by Mayura, Avitli | ^ 

146 Com. by Anvayamukha | 

147 Daksayajuaprabandha' (Xo. 149, 2) 



2. Drama. 

148 Kalidasa's Abhijiianasakuntala (No. 81, 3). 

149 The same (No. 149, 1). 

150 Com. (called Sahityasarvasva) on tlie same by Srmi- 
vasacarya (No. 82). 

3. Romance, Tales, Camjms. 

151 Bhojaprabandha (No. 175). 

152 Yisvagunadarsa by Venkatacarya (No. 183). 

4. Technical and Scientific Literature. 
a) Grammar. 

153 Panini's Astadbyayl (No. 59, 2). 

154 Paribhasartbasamgraha by Vaidyanatha Sastrin (No. 
95,1). 

155 Com. on the same by Svayamprakasananda (No. 95, 2). 

156 Prakriyasarvasva by Narayana, fr. (No. 117, 3). 

157 Ganapatba, fr. (No. 117, 4). 

158 Paradigms of Conjugation, fr. (No. 92, 3). 

159 Prakrtarupavatara by Simharaja (No. 154). 

b) Lexicography. 

160 Amarakosa (No. 155). 

161 Amarakosodghatana, Com. by Ksirasvamin (No. 152, 1). 

162 Amarakosa with Malayalam gloss (No. 122). 

163 The same (No. 133). 

c) Prosody. 

164 Vrttaratnakara by Kedara Bhatta (No. 160, 1). 

165 The same with the Manimahjari, Com. by the Puro- 
hita Nfirayana (No. 54, 3). 

I As Mr. Thomas kindly informs me, the Daksayajna printed 
at Calcutta in 1881 is quite a modern poem by Ramanarayaiia Tar- 
karatna, Professor at the Sanskrit College, beginning:— abhud abhumir 
vinayasya vaibhavat. 



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166 The same Com. (No. 116, 2). 

167 The same Com. (No. 170). 

d) Poetics (Alamkara). 

168 Prataparudra by Vidyanatha (No. 89, 1). 

169 Com. (Ratnapana) on the same, by KumSrasvamin 
(No. 77). 

170 Kuvalayananda by Appayya Diksita (No. 109). 

171 The same (No. 127). 

172 Kavyaprakasa (No. 128, 1). 

173 Alamkarasarvasva (No. 151, 1). 

e) Music, Acting etc. (Samgltasastra). 

174 Abhinayadarpana by Nandikesvara (No. 110). 

f) Medicine. 

175 Astaiigahrdaya by Vagbhata (No. 120). 

176 Astangasamgraha by Vagbhata, fr. (No. 168, 1). 

177 E-atirahasya by Kokkoka (No. 45). 

g) Astronomy and Astrology. 

178 Suryasiddhanta (No. 59, 1). 

179 „ I, 1—14 (No. 12, 1). 

180 Kamadogdhrl, Com. on Suryasiddhanta, by Tamma- 
yajvan (No. 12, 2). 

181 Suryasiddhantavivarana by Paramesvara (No. 137). 

182 Vakyakaranadipika by Sundararaja (No. 68, 1). 

183 Kujadipailcagrahavakyam (No. 68, 2). 

184 Mahabhaskariya Karmanibandhana (No. 124, 2). 

185 Fragment (part of the preceding work?) (No. 124, 3). 

186 Siddliantasekhara by Sripati (No. 124, 1). 

187 Brhatsamhita of Yarahamihira with Bhattotpala's 
Com., fr. (No. 72). 

188 Varahamihira's Brhajjataka, with the "I ,. 

189 Com. Subodhini J 

190 First Part of the same Com. (No. 160, 4). 

191 Another Com. on the Brhajjataka: Nauka or Hora- 
vivarana (No. 118, 1). 



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192 Prasnamrta by Kumara, fr. (Xo. 118, 2). 

193 Prasnasamgraha (No. 144, 1). 

194 Laghvl Jatakapaddhati, fr. (No. 144, 2). 

195 Utpala's Com. on Satpancasika, fr. (No. 144, 2). 

196 Sarvarthaciutamani, by Veukatanayaka, fr. (No. 146, 2). 

197 Krsniya (No. 161). 

198 The same, fr. (No. 162). 

199 The same, fr. (No. 113, 2). 

200 Kriyakalapa of Tantrasamgraha, with a 1 , ^ 

201 Com. ■ 1(^0.134;. 

202 Trilokasaravrtti (No. Ill, 3). 

^^^ I Fragments of astronomical and astrolo- J ^" °' ' ^' 

^^- I gical works ) ^^^ ' ^' 

205 I ^ ^ (Xo. 209). 

5. Law, Religious and Civil. 

206 Gautamlja Dharmasastra (No. 102, 1). 

207 Haradatta's Com. (Mitaksara) on the same (No. 102, 2). 

208 Haradatta's Com. (Ujjvala) on Apastambiya Dharma- 
sutra (No. 37). 

209 Parasarasmrti with Madhava's Com. (No. 79, 2). 

210 Smrtimuktaphala by Vaidyanatha Diksita, I (No. 74). 

211 Sararahasyacaturvarnakramavibhaga from the (prece- 
ding?) work of Yaidyanatha Diksita (No. 91, 2). 

212 Smrticandrika by Devanna, Vyavaharakanda I (No. 
129, 1). 

213 The same (No. 141). 

214 Vyavaharamalika, fr. (No. 129, 2). 

215 Barhaspatyasutra, or Nitisarvasva by Brhaspati (No. 
160, 3). 

6. Philosophy. 
a) Purvamimamsa. 

216 Bhattadlpika by Khandadeva (No. 92, 1). 

217 The same, VII, 1— IX, 3 (No. 119, 1). 

218 The same, fr. (No. 119, 3). 

219 Bhattacandrika, Com. on Bhattadlpika, by Bhaskara- 
raya Bharati (No. 119, 2). 



007 



->4 303 ,<~ 

2-20 Mimamsakaustubha by Khandadeva, fr. (Xo. 36). 

221 Mayukhamalika, Com. on Sastradipika, bv SomanStha 
(Xr. 30). 

222 Mimamsa-Tantravarttika by Kumarila (Xo. 108). 

b) Yedanta. 

223 Tedanta-Sutras with Saiikara's Com.. Sarirakamimam- 
sabha?ya (Xo. 57). 

224 Bhasyaratnaprabha, Com. on Saiikara's Bhasya, by 
GoTindananda and Ramananda (No. 93). 

225 The same. fr. (X^^o. 78, ]). 
Brahmasutracandrika, Com. onVedanta-Sutras (X'^o.l 93). 
Upadesagrantha\-ivarana, Com. on Saiikara's Upadesa- 
sahasrika (Xo. 24b). 

223 The same (Xo. 56). 

229 Saiikara's Yivekacudamani (Xo. 24c). 

230 Com. on Saiikara's Atmabodhaprakarana (Xo. 33). 

231 Com. on Saiikara's Takyasudha, by Brahmananda 
Bharati (Xo. 63. 1). 

232 Com. on Saiikara's Yakyavrtti, by Yisresvara (Xo. 65). 

233 (Saiikara's) Yedantasara (X^o. 113, 3). 

234 Saiikara's PurvottaradyadasamaiijarikaStotra(Xo.32.3). 

235 (Saiikara's) Hastamalaka (Xo. 63. 6). 

236 The same (Xo. 171. 2). 

237 Haritattvamuktavall, Com. on Saiikara's Haristuti. by 
Svayamprakasa Yati (Xo. 8 a\ 

23S Eagadvesaprakarana (by Saiikara? See Aufrecht CC. 

s. V.) (X"o. 210). 
2?9 (Govindanatha's) Saiikaracaryacarita (X'o. 79. 1). 

240 The same (Xo. 211). 

241 Bhasyarthasamgraha, by Brahmananda Yati (Xo.104.2). 

242 Pahcadasi by Yidyaranyatlrtha (Xo. 81. 2). 

243 UpadesagranthaTivarana, Com. on the Paficadasi, by 
Eamakrsna (Xo. 58). 

244 The same (Xo. 1 59). 

245 Sadauanda's Yedantasara (Xo. 81, 1). 

246 Yeiikatanatha's Satadiisani (Xo. 83). 

247 Bharatltlrtha's Adhikaranaratnamala (Xo. 90). 



-^ 304 H5- 

248 AppayyaDlksita'sVedantasastrasiddhantalesasaingraha 
(No. 105). 

249 yedantaparibhasa,byDharmarajadhvarIndra(No.l06,4). 

250 Yedantasikhamani, Com. on the preceding, by Rama- 
krsnadhvarin (No. 106, 5). 

251 Vasudevamananaprakarana (No. 194). 

252 Laksmidbara's Advaitamakaranda (No. 63, 4). 

253 Rasabhivyanjika, Com. on the preceding, by Svayam- 
prakasa Yati (No. 8 b). 

254 Brahmanubhavastaka (No. 92, 2). 

255 Raghavananda's Com., Paramarthasaravivarana, on the 
Sesarya (No. 128, 3). 

c) S a n k h y a. 

256 Isvarakrsna's Sankhyasaptati (No. 104, 1). 

257 The same (No. 145, 1). 

258 Jayamangala, Com. on the same, by Sankara (No. ] 45, 2). 

259 Tattvakaumudi, another Com. on the same, by Va- 
caspatimisra (No. 145, 3). 

260 The same (No. 104, 3). 

261 Bodhabharati's Com. on the preceding Com. (No. 104,4). 

d) Nyaya, Vaisesika, etc. 

262 Kesavamisra's Tarkaparibhasa (No. 100, 1). 

263 Tarkabhasaprakasika, Com. on the preceding, by 
Cinnambhatta, fr. (No. 100, 2). 

264 Com. on Gaurikanta's Tarkabhasabhavarthadipika, fr. 
(No. 117, 2). 

265 Tarkacudamani by Dharmaraja, fr. (No. 117, 1). 

266 Yogyatavadartha (No. 106, 1). 

267 Laukikavisayatavadartha (No. 106, 2). 

268 Paramarsavadartha (No. 106, 3). 

269 Karakavada, by Jayarama (No. 100, 3). 

270 Yadaratnavali, fr. (No. 100, 4). 

271 Work on Nyaya, unnamed, fr. (No. 100, 5). 

272 Work on Nyaya, unnamed, fr. (No. 101). 

273 Annambhatta's Tarkasamgraha (No. 145, 6). 

274 The same (No. 169). 



_5h 305 »-s- 

275 Cora, on tlie same (No. 145, 5). 

276 Bliasfiparicclieda, by Vi.sviinritlia Paficanana, with tlieli' 

277 Com., Siddhrintamuktavali jg 

278 Prapaficahrdaya (No. 107). 

IV. SECTARIAN AND DEVOTIONAL TEXTS 
(PUE,ANAS,MAHATMYAS,STOTRAS,TANTRA.etc.) 

1. Piirdms, Malidtmyas, and related Texts. 

279 Adi-PuiTina: Bharadvajasamhita, Madhyamabliaga of 
Hemakutakhanda (No. 198). 

280 Brahina-Purana: Blirgu-Narada-samvada, Hastigiri- 
mahatmya (No. 181). 

281 Padma-Purana: Sivagita (No. 31). 

282 „ „ Krirttikamahritmya (No. 47, 1). 

283 Visnu-Purana (No. 34). 

284 8iva-Puraria: tSatarudriyakotisamhita, Kaufijarasana- 
ksetramahatmya (No. 187). 

285 8iva-Purana: Kotirudrasamhita, Kapalisasthalamaba- 
tmya (No. 188). 

286 Siva-Purana: Ekadasarudrasamliita, Campakaranya- 
mahatmya (No. 197, 4). 

287 Bhagavata-PuiTina I— IX (No. 20). 

288 „ „ with Com., fr. (No. 9 b). 

289 „ „ with Sridhara's Com., XI — XII 
(No. 39). 

290 Bliagavata-Purana, Mahiyalam Com.on it,fr.(No.l2(),l). 

291 „ „ X, fr. in Sanskrit and MalayaLara 
(No. 126, 2). 

292 Bhagavata-Purana: Ekadasaskandhasarasloka-^l 
saipgraha with | ^^^' 

293 Com., by Brahmananda Bharati ) ^^)" 

294 Bhagavatasftra (?) (No. 9 a). 

295 Naradiya-Purana: Haribhaktisudhodaya with Com, 
(No. 80). 

29fi Brhannaradiya-Purana : Jnanakanila. Ahmdrapiira- 

mahatmya (No. 196, 3). 

20 



-^ 306 H$- 

297 Murkandeya-Purana: Devlmahatmya, with] 

298 Argalastotra, and J, (No. 42). 

299 Kllakastotra J 

300 Agni-PuiTina: Tulakaverimaliatmya (No. 51). 

301 The same (No. 131). 
;502 The same (No. 186). 

303 Bhavisyat-PuiTina: Kumbhaghonamahatmya (No. 189). 

304 Bhavisyottara-Purana: Ksetravaibhavakhan(ja, Cam- 
pakaranyamahatmya (No. 197, 1). 

305 Bhavisyottara-PuiTma: Madhyamabhaga, Tulasivana- 
markandeyasrinivasaksetramahatmya (No. 206). 

306 Brahmakaivarta-Purana : Tirthaprasamsa, Pahcanada- 
mahatmya (No. 185). 

307 Brahmakaivarta-Purana: Madhyarjunamahatmya (No. 
184, 2). 

308 Liiiga-Purana: Madhyarjunamahatmya (No. 184, 3). 
[309—331] Skanda-Purana: 

309 Agastyasamhita, HaL"isyamrihatmya (No. 7). 

310 Saukarasamhita, Sivarahasya-Khanda, Kandas I — lY 
(No. 88). 

311 Sankarasamhita, Sivarahasya-Khanda, Kandas V — VII 
(No. 103). 

312 Sanatkumarasarnhita, Sivatattvasudhanidhi (No. 60) 

313 Siitasaiphita, Sivamahatmya-Khanda (No. 76). 

314 „ „ „ fr. (No. 148). 

315 „ Jnanayoga-Khanda (No. 76). 

316 „ „ „ (No. 148). 

317 „ Mukti-Khaiida (No. 76). 

318 „ „ „ (No. 148). 

319 „ Yajhavaibhava-Khanda (No. 76). 

320 „ „ „ , fr. (No. 148). 

321 „ „ „ Brahraaglta(No.3). 

322 Madliava's Com. on the preceding (No. 4). 

323 Sutasamhita, Yajnavaibhava-Khai.ida, Uparibhage Su- 
tagita (No. 9 c). 

324 Madhava's Com. on the preceding (No. 9d). 

325 Uttarakhanda, Tirtliamahatmya, Kumaranidrasanivada 
(No. 196, 1). 



-§►• 307 ^<- 

326 Ksetravaibhava-Khanda, Madhyrirjuiiamrihatmyii (No. 
184, 1). 

327 Ksetravaibhava-Kliaiula, IMayfirapiirinialiritmya, 2711i 
Adhyaya only (No. 188 b). 

328 Ksetravaibbava-Khanda, Campakaranyamahritmya(No. 
197, 2). 

329 Jayaiitimahatmya (No. 168, 2). 
3:jo Vaisakbamaliatmya (No. 47, 2). 

331 Gurugita (No. 32, 2). 

[332—344] B r a h m a n (1 a - P u r a n a ' : 

332 Adhyatma-Ramayana (No. 54, 2). 

333 Uttaraldianda, Hayagrivagastyasanivrida, Lalitopa- 
khyaua (No. 69). 

334 Uttarabhaga, Ksetragolakavistara, Brabmanaradasara- 
vada, Kapisthalainahatmya (Xo. 201). 

335 Uttarabbaga, Ksetravaibbavakbanda, Kumbhakona- 
mabatmya (No. 203). 

330 The same (No. 204). 

337 Uparibhaga, Tirtbakbanda, Naganathamabatmya (No. 
197, 3). 

338 Papavinasamabatmya (No. 205). 

339 Brabmauaradasamvada, Abindrapuramahatmya (No. 
196, 2). 

340 Brabmanaradasamvada, Kadambapurimrdiatmya (No. 
199). 

341 The same (No. 200). 

342 Brabmanaradasamvada, Samastikauanamabatmya (No. 
190). 

343 Srirangamabatmya (No. 49a). 

344 The same (No. 182). 

345 Bbugola-Purai.ia: Keralamahatmya (No. 147). 

346 Sivadliarmottara (No. 156). 

347 Athavvanarabasya of the Vismidbarma(?) (No. 63, 2). 

348 Ekadasivratamabatmya ) 

349 Jayantm-ata (?) ' (Xo. 168, 2). 

350 Auautavrata (?) 

351 Bbaskaramatamabatmya 

1 See also below 382, 383, 392, 397. ~~' 

20* 



-^i 308 f<- 

352 Kayarolianamaliatmya (No. 202). 

353 An Itihasa of King Vrsadarvi, title unknown (No. 48, 2). 

2. Stotras, and SimiJar Tracts. 

354 Brahmapara Stotra with Com. (128, 2). 

355 Vedapadastava (No. 48, 4). 

356 Sivarcanasiromani, by Brahmanandanatha (No. 89, 2). 

357 Paramarthasara, by Sesanaga, with a] ,-j^ 112 9^ 

358 Com. j 

Com. (Paramarthasaravivarana) by Baghavananda, 
see above 255. 

359 Srutisuktimfila, by Haradatta, with a 1 .^-p ■,^n ^\ 

' -^ (No. 116, 1). 

360 Com. J 

361 Mahaganapaddhati,byGirvanendraSarasvati,fr.(No.29). 

362 The same, fr. (No. 207). 

363 Ganapatyastaka (No. 115, 11). 

364 NaiTiyaniya Stotra (No. 140). 

365 Bhaktapriya, Com. ou the preceding (No. 114). 

366 Saiikara's Visnupadadikesantastuti, with the ] 

' ' \ (No. 44, 1). 

367 Com. Sukhabodhini J 

368 Another Com. on the same, fr. (No. Ill, 5). 

369 Visnubhujanga (No. 59, 3). 

370 Saukara's Com. on Visnusahasranaman (No. Ill, 4). 

371 The same, fr. (No. 130). 

372 Metrical Com. (Sahasranamapadyavrtti) on Visnu- 
sahasranaman (No. 138). 

373 Sankara's Anandalahari (No. 157, 2). 

374 Anandasagarastava by Nilakantha (No. 63, 3), 

375 The same (No. 112, 6). 

376 Ambastava (No. 112, 4). 

377 Kalyanastava by Kfilidasa (No. 112, 8). 

378 Candikasaptati (No. 173). 

379 Carcastava by Kalidfisa (No. 112, 7). 

380 Tripurastottara (No. 115, 3). 

381 Tripurastava (No. 115, 8). 

382 Trisati Stotra (from Lalitopakhyana of Brahmanda- 
Purana) (No. 112, 3). 



-^ 309 *<- 

383 Dakf?iiiamurtipafijaia Iroiu Bralimanila-ruiTina (No. 
115, 9). 

384 Durgfistaka (No. 171, 1). 

385 Brilasaliasranaman (No. 115, 6). 

386 Mantraksaramala (No. 43, 2). 

387 The same (No. 112, 5j. 

388 The same (No. 171, 3). 

389 Mataiigyastottara (No. 115, 5). 

390 Mritrkanyasa (No. 115, 2). 

391 Matrkastava (No. 115, 1). 

392 Jay amai'i gala, Com. on Lalitasahasranama Stotra (from 
Erahmanda-PuiTina), Ly Bhatta Nariiyana (No. 35). 

393 Lalitastavaratna (No. 63, 5). 

394 The same (No. 115, 12). 

395 The same, IV. (No. 160, 2). 

396 The same, fr. (No. 174). 

397 Lalitadevi Stotra (from Lalitopakhyana of Brahmaiula- 
Purana) (No. 112, 2). 

398 Syamalambavarmaratna (No. 115, 4). 

399 Svapnridhyaya(?) (No. 172). 

400 Sermon of Mr. Glenies in Sanskrit (No. 212). 

401 The same (No. 213). 

402 The same (No. 214). 

403 The same (No. 215). 

3. Tantra. 

404 Kauladarsatantra, }3y Visvanandanatha (No. 5 b). 

405 The same (No. 96, 2). 

406 Daksinamurtisanihita (No. 98, 1). 

407 Kumarasarahita (No. 98, 2). 

408 Kularnavatautra (No. 43, 1). 

409 Kulacudamani, Com. on Laghubhattaraka's Laghustuti, 
by Simharaja (No. 125). 

410 Divyamaiigaladhyaua from Rajarajesvaritantra (No. 
112, 1). 

411 Kartaviryarjunakavaca from Uddamaresvaratautra (No. 
112, 10). 

Kriyakalapa of Tantrasamgraha, see above 200. 201. 



I (No. 6 a). 



-2M 310 Hg- 

412 Tantrasamuccaya (No. 150). 

413 Sricakrapratisthavidlii (No. 5 c, 1). 

414 Srividyrikliyamiilavidyabliedah (No. 5 c, 2). 

415 Srlvidyaratnasutra, by Gaudapada (No. 18 b, 1). 

416 Com. oil the same, by Vidyaranya (No. 18 b, 2). 

417 Saktisiitra, with its 

418 Bhasya 

419 Atharvanaprokta-dcvirahasya-svariipakiaiLiopasauayah 
jagaumatrbhaktyaikavedyab prayugab by Jagaiinatha- 
suri (No. 6 b). 

420 Cidvalli by Natanananda (No. 6 c). 

421 Candrajiianagamasamgraha (No. 96, 1). 

422 Prapaiicasarasarasamgraha (No. 97). 

423—430 Uimamed Collections of Mantras, and Tantric 
fragments (Nos. 115, 7; 10, and 143, 1—6). 

V. FRAGMENTS NOT IDENTIFIED s 

431 (No. 32, 4). 

432 (No. 32, 5). 

433 (No. 144, leaves 47—52). 

434 (No. 145, 4). 
435-436 (No. 146, 1; 4). 

437 (No. 149, 3). 

438 (No. 151, 2). 
439—441 (No. 153, 1 — 3). 

442—444 (No. 157, 1, after leaf 52). 

I For otlier tracts and fragments of unknown or doubtful titles, 
see above 11, 20, 2G, 82, 85, 92, 94, 100, 101, 103, 108, 157, 158, 185, 
203, 20-1, 205, 271, 272, 294, 349, 350, 353, 399, 419, 423-430. 



-^Hi«-. 



INDEX. 



The figures refer to the iiages only. 



amsakadasa 286. 
akunvarathuntara 237. 
Agastya, Taiulit 191 S(i., 299. 
Agastya 88, 155, 214, 248, 

250, 272, 275; "tirtlia 273; 

"dilipasaiuviida 249; "^linga 

275; "samhita 7, 204, 306. 
Agni (Rsi) 158. 
agnikalpa, "sutni 12(i, 298. 
agniksetra 127. 
agnipurana 63, 100, 188, 

245 sq., 306. 
agnividhi 187. 
aguivivaha 120. 
agnistoma 134, 298. 
agliamarsanasukta 120. 
Aghora (Rsi) 26, 56. 
ai'ikurasya vidlii 120. 
aiikurarpanavidhi 120. 
Angiras 7. 
ajamilakatha 196. 
atibuddhiprayoga 212. 
atirudraprayoga 89. 
atirudraliutisamkliya 89. 
Atri 7. 
atliarvasira-upanisad 19 sq., 

297. 
atharvasirobliasya 21, 297. 
advaitamakaranda 8sq., 81, 

304. 
advaitananda 75. 
AdvaitanandaSarasvatil28sq. 
adhikaranaratnamala 1 18 sq., 

303. 
adhikarakanda 222. 



adhyayana 98. 

adhy atmarumayana 68sq,, 307. 

adhyapaiia 98. 

anauta (sesa) 258. 

Aiuinta Nrirayai.ia 50 sq., 80. 

Anaiitakrsna, scribe 188. 

anantavrata 226 sq., 307. 

aniiigyalaksana , aningyavya- 

kliyaua 31, 296. 
auistayoga 171. 
anumanaprakasa 167. 
auusasanaparvau 90. 
Aiitaryamin (Rsi) 163. 
Aiiiiambhatta 202 scj., 227,304. 
Anvayainukha 53 sq., 300. 
apamrtyufijaya 1 20. 
Apaiitaratamas 210. 
Appaya 241. 
Appayarya 203. 
Appayya Dlksita 144 sq., 150, 

182, 301, 304. 
apradarsanapara 171. 
apsaroganaviprakimblia 239. 
abhijiianasakuutala 109 s<]., 

205, 300. 
abhinaya 151. 
abhinayadarpana 15J, 301. 
Amara 11. 

Amarakosa 176, 190, 213, 300. 
Amarakosodghataiia 209 sq., 

300. 
A marasimha 176,190,209,213. 
Amarendra Saiasvati 35. 131, 

284 S( I. 
amvtabiudupaiiisad 19, 297. 



-^ 314 f^- 



Amrtanandanatha 117 sq. 
Ambarlsa 264; °riaradasam- 

vada 264. 
ambapaga, N. of a river, 289. 
ambastava, 155 si^., 308. 
ambika 275. 
ayahprasuna 284. 
ayauabala 286. 
ayodhyakarida 11,64 sq., 67, 69. 
ayomukliapuspaki 284. 
araniharana 91. 
Arimacalanatba 175. 
arunopanisad 34, 35. 
arkavivabavidhi 120. 
argalastotra 48 sq., 306. 
arcavatara 240, 258. 
Arjunavisadayoga 215. 
artbalarakrira 117. 
ardbanarisvara 262. 
arbagola, N. of a viUage 3. 
Alaka 183. 

alamkarasilstra 101, 117. 
alamkarasarvasva 208, 301. 
avarnadipa 95 sq., 295. 
avaniilaksana , avarnivya- 

kbyana 31, 97, 295, 296. 
avyaktaganita 1 78. 
asvattbatirtba 277. 
asvamedbavabbrtba 239. 
astakavarga 170sq., 286. 
astaksara (mantra) 279. 
astaiigasamgraba 226, 301. 
astangabrdaya 173, 301. 
astadasapadanirupana 186. 
astadbyayi 75 sq., 300. 
Asita 269. 

Asuri Paucasikba 202. 
abamkaranirupana 239. 



abargana 286. 
Abalya 262. 
abina 236, 238. 
ablndranagara , abiudrapura 

257-260, 276. 
abludrapuramabatmya 257 — 

260, 305, 307. 
aboratritirtba 283. 

akarapaddbati 31, 296. 

akasanagari 283. 

agneya 224; °purana, see agni- 

purana. 
aiigirasaparisad 287. 
augirasasamvassara 287. 
acaryavilfisa 106. 
ajyadoba 238. 
atmajfiaua 83. 

atmabodbaprakarana 39, 303. 
atmaiiauda 75. 
Atreya 173, 241. 
atbarvana 238. 
atbarvanaproktadevlrahasya 

5sq., 310. 
atbarvanarabasya 80, 307. 
atbarvaiiopanisad 19 ; ''vivara- 

na 28. 
adarsotsava 262. 
adikiimbbesamabatmya 277. 
adikumbbesvaralinga 277. 
adityapurana 166. 
Adityapuroga 57. 
adiparvan 82. 
adipurana 77, 275, 305. 
ndimabapurana 141, 247, 267. 
adimapura 270, 271. 
adbana(prayoga) 133, 134,298. 
Ananda Bbarati 80. 



-^^ 315 i<r 



Aiiandagiri 4. 
riDandalahari 21G, 308. 
auaiidasagarastaviiHl, 156,308. 
Apastamlja (school) 32, 33, 

133, 13-1, 298. 
Apastanibiyagrliyasutra 33, 

298. 
Apastambiyadharmasutra 43, 

302. 
amahiyava 236, 237. 
ayatanakhanda 88. 
Ayu 192. 

ayuhprasna 199 sq. 
ayuh, ayurdaya 170sq. 
ayurhoina 120. 
arana 225. 

aranyakatliaka 234—236, 296. 
aranyakanda 64 sq., 67, 69, 79. 
aranyaparvau 78, 91. 
Arya, Aryabhata 86, 179. 
Aryabliatakarmaiiibandhal79. 
aryadvisati 82, 231. 
aryamati 143. 
alokamaiijari 138. 
Avadugdharana 188. 
avarnilaksana , avarnivya- 

khyaua 31, 97, 295, 296. 
asramavasikaparvan 60 sq., 92. 
asrayayoga 171. 
a.svamedliikaparvan 59 S(|. , 

60 sq., 92, 299. 
Asvalayaiiagrhyasiitra 105, 

297. 
Asvalayanamaiitrasamhita 58. 
Asvalayanasutra 86. 
asurakanda 116. 
astikaparvau 82, 299. 



iksunadiiurdiatmya 204. 
Iksvakulabdljavaibliavii 240. 
itihasa 56 st]., 262. 
iiidra 262, 273; "tiiilia 261, 

263, 283. 
liidiadyuiiinagajeudraprapli 

272. 
iudrapucclia 225. 
iadrapuskarini 273. 
Immadi Devaraya 84s(|., 299, 
istaka 126. 
istikalpa 126. 

isa(vasya)-upaiiisad 16 sq., 297. 
Isvarakrsna 142, 143, 201, 
202, 304. 

Ugrasravas 90. 
ujjvala 43 sq., 302. 
uddamaresvaratantra 157 sq., 

309. 
iitkrsta^ivaksetraprakarana 

247 sq. 
uttarakanda (ramayana) 70sq., 

298. 
uttarakhanda of brahmanda- 

purana 88, 155, 250, 307; 

of skandapuraiia 257, 306. 
uttaragita 52, 299. 
uttaratapauiyopauisad 19, 297. 
uttaratapiiii 19. 
uttarabbaga of brabiuanda- 

purai.ia 271, 276, 307. 
uttararamayana 70 sq. 
uttarabliimany uvivaha 9 1 . 
Utpala 200, 302. 
udakasautividhi 120. 
Udayamurti 67, 69. 



->4 316 r<g- 



udyogaparvan 91, 113 S(|., 299. 
udvat 237. 

upadesakanda 140 sq. 
upadesagrauthavivarana(Com. 

on upadesasaliasri) 28 sq., 

71 sq., 303. 
upadesagranthavivarana(Com. 

on pancadasi) 73, 75, 303. 
upadesavedantasiddbyaralia- 

sya 160. 
upadesasabasrika, °saliasri 28, 

71, 303. 
upanayana 195. 
npanisad 184, 235, 296 sq. 
Upamanyu 289. 
upamapramanastaka 153. 
nparibhaga of skandapurana 

10 sq., 242, 306; of brab- 

mandapurana 265 sq., 307. 
upavedakarana 148. 
upaiigaprakaraiia 148. 
umabbaga 277. 
umamabesvarasamvada 155, 

204. 
umasabaya 277. 
Uvata 94. 
ubyagana 237. 

urdbvamnayamabatmya 50. 
uba 237, 238. 
ubagana 236 sq., 296. 
fdiyagaua 237. 

rksamkbya 95 sq., 295. 
rksarvasamana 95, 295. 
rgviUiiigbyalaksana 95, 295. 
rgvedapratisakbya 94, 96, 105, 
295. 



rgvedabbasya 1, 2, 15, 295. 
rgvedasambita 15, 105, 222, 

223, 295. 
rnasya deyadeyavidbi 187. 
rtanidbana 238. 
rtunasa 212. 
Rtuparna 262. 

ekasami 225. 

ekaksaralaksmipujavidbi 132. 
ekagnikandavyakbya 33. 
ekadasarudrasambita 266,305. 
ekadasaskandbasaraslokasam- 

graba 12, 305. 
ekadasivratamabatmya 226, 

307. 
ekaba 236, 238. 
ekoddistavidbi 120. 
ekoddistasraddba 105. 
Eranda 280 sq. 

aitareyaranyaka 1, 216, 217, 

253, 296, 297. 
aitareyopauisad 3, 103, 296; 

"bbasya 103. 
aisikaparvan 90, 92. 

ausadba, ausadbaparvata, au- 
sadbadri 257—260. 

kaksaputasarasamgraba 53. 
kankalapatni 163. 
katbavalll 18. 

katbopanisad 18, 20, 27, 297. 
kantaramanikka (grama) 167. 
kandararaanikya (grama) 167. 
Kanva 275. 
kadambapuriksetra 270. 



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kadambapurlmrihutmya269 — 
271, 307. 

kadambavana 270. 

kadambasaras 270. 

kaiiyfitirtha 261, 203, 264. 

kapalisasthalamahrttmya 247 
sq., 305. 

kapitthaka 151. 

Kapila 142, 143, 202, 276. 

kapilasurya 226. 

kapilasrama 268. 

kapisthala 272, 273; "mfiliri- 
tmya 271 sq., 307. 

kamalasaunidhfina 275. 

kampaharesanaksetrainftlia- 
tmya 250. 

karanapaddbati 204. 

karkatesa 264. 
karnaparvan 92. 
Karnavadba 92, 
karnavrddbi 212. 
Kardama 275, 
karmauibandbana 179, 301. 
karmajiva 170, 171, 
karmautasutra 126, 298. 
Kalmasapadarajan 263. 
kalyanatirtliasikbaratrivai- 

bbavanirupana 242. 
kalyanapura 283. 
kalyanastava 157, 308. 
Kasyapa 277. 
KaboLa 7. 
Kaficanavarnin 290. 
kafici 258; '^nagara 241, 275 
katbaka 235 sq. 
katbakopanisadvivaraiia 27. 
Kanada 203, 227; "tantra 111, 
Kanva 126. 



Katyfiyana 76, 105. 295. 
kantisaurabhakarana 212. 
kapahsa 248. 
kamakala(vilrisa) 6s(|. 
kamadogdbri 13 sq., 301. 
kamasastra 53. 
kamyapasukanda 1 73. 
kriyfirobana 278; "natba 274, 
277; "mabatmya 274 sq., 30S. 
kfirakavada 136, 304. 
karika 104. 

krirunyarartatirthaprasanisa- 
na 242. 

kartaviryarjunakavaca 1 57s(j., 

309. 
krirttikamabatmya 54 sq., 305. 
karttikotsava 262. 
Karsnfijini 247. 
krdacakradasa 287. 
kalati, N. of a place 289. 
kalabala 286. 
kalabastiksetra 290. 
kalagnirudropanisad 19, 297. 
Kalidasa 109, IK), 156, 157, 

174, 205 sq., 299, 300. 30S. 
krdmdi 163. 
kaveri 240, 244, 2G4, 27(i, 

272, 273, 275. 277, 2S(is.j. 
kavya 175. 

kavyaprakasa 183, 301. 
kavyalaksana 183. 
Kasika 268. 

Kasyapa 7,57,263; '^tirtlia277. 
kiskindbrdcanda64— 67,69, 79. 
kilakastotra 48 sq., 306. 
kucavardliana 212. 
kuja 87. [301. 

kujadipaficagrabavakya 87, 



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kufijara^anadivyaksetramaha- 

tmya 247. 
Kundina 280. 
Kutsa 7. 

Kumara 171, 302. 
kumara 274; "rudrasamvada 

257, 306. 
kumavasamhita 132, 309. 
kumarasambhava 174, 299; 

"vivarana 174sq. 
Kumarasvamiu 101, 301. 
Kumfirila 149 sq., 303. 
kumbliakoria 275; "mahatmya 

276—279, 307; "stbalavai- 

bbava 277. 
kumbbagbona 258, 277, 278, 

281—283; °mabatmya 249, 

306; "stbaba 278. 

Kumbbaja 245. 

Kumbbasambbava 7. 
kulacudrimani 180 sq., 309. 

kulamulavatrira 4. 

kidarnava 4, 130; "tantra 50, 
309. 

kuvalayanaiida, '^ndiya 150, 
182, 301. 

kusabavopakbyana 59 sq., 299. 

kustbacikitsita 174. 

kutastbadlpa 73sq., 109, 218. 

krccbravidbi 120. 

Krsanu 241. 

Krsiia, guru of Narayana 
174sq. 

Krsna, autbor of kvijiinya 220. 

Krsnadvija, scribe 158 sq., 197. 

Krsi.iananda 184. 

Kri?].iananda Bbarati 12. 

krsnaranya 258. 



krsnarjunasamvada 215. 
kri?niya 159, 200, 220, 302. 
Kedara 69 sq., 166, 218, 228, 

300. 
kenopanisad 17, 297. 
kerala 204, 289sq. ; "mabatmya 

204, 307. 
Kesava 8. 

Kesavamisral35, 136, 168, 304. 
Kesavaditya 185 sq., 197. 
Kesavarya 35. 
kesavrddbi 212. 
kaivalyanavanita 39. 
Kaivalyananda Yogindra 8sq. 
kaivalyopanisad 19 sq., 253 sq., 
297. 

Kokkoka 53, 301. 

kotirudrasambita 247 sq., 305. 

Konama 172. 

Kolacala Peddacarya 101. 

kaunjarasanaksetramabatmya 
246 sq., 305. 

Kaundinyagotra 167. 

kaurma(purrina) 100. 

kaulavid 130. 

kaulasastra 130, 132. 

kauLagamatautra 4, 130. 

kaulacara 130. 

kaulacarya 130. 

kaubldarsatantra 4, 130, 309. 

Kausitakagrbyasii tra 1 04, 29 7. 

Kausitakacarya 104. 

kriyfikabapa 190 sq., 302, 309. 

ksatriyadbarma 98. 

Ki?irasvamin 209 sq., 300. 

ksutpipasabaranaprayoga 21 2. 

ksudra 236 sq. 

ksetrakancla 248 sq. 



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ksetragolakavistara 271, 307. 

ksetrarajapura 275. 

ksetravaibliava 277, 278. 

ksetravaibhavaklianda of skan- 
(lapiiiTina 242, 264, 307; of 
bhavisyottarap. 26()sq., 306; 
of brahraai.K.lap. 276 sq., 307. 

Ksemanandanatha 255. 

khagendra, N. of a river 257. 
Khandadeva 42sq., 121 sq., 

172, 302, 303. 
khayoga 170sq. 
Khadiragrhyasutra 99, 298. 

gai'iga 270. 

gai'igadharakathamrta 261 . 
gajrirttiharaiia(tTrtha) 272. 
gajcndramoksana 272. 
gnjendramoksatirthavaibhava, 

"pariksana 273. 
gajendrarttiharana 272. 
gananatha 198. 
ganapatyai?taka 164, 308. 
ganapritha 169, 300. 
gaiie^a 284 Sf[. 
ganesapaddhati 285. 
ganesastaka 164. 
gadaparvan 90, 92. 
gandharva 241, 272. 
Gambhira 172. 
garuda 258, 260, 280; N. of 

a river 257 sq. 
Garga 7. 

Gargagotra (?) 86. 
Gargayudhistliira<^ai)ivada 

204. 
garbhinidharnia 98. 



' garbliinividlii 120. 

gadadhari 145 sq. 

garudafpurana) 100. 
I Grirgya 275. 
[ garhapatyaciti 126, 127. 

girikanya 262, 264sq. 

gitagovinda 158 sq,, 192s(i., 

197, 299; "vyakliyana 192sq. 
Girvanendra 35, 131, 284sq.. 

308. 
gunatrayavibhaga 239. 
(jiunavisnu 114. 
Gunadhya 280. 
gurugita 38, 307. 
giirudiksa 38. 
guruvcakya 87. 

guruvakyalesasaragraha 1 50. 
gurvadinirilpana 98. 
guhanaradasainvada 164. 
grhasantividhi 120. 
gi'hasthadharma 98. 
grliarcanavidhi 120. 
grhyaparisista 119sq., 298. 
grliyavrtti 99. 
grhyagniprayascitta 1 20. 
gokarna 290. 
Gopala 103, 124. 
Gobhilagrhyasutra 1 1 5. 
goraahfitmya 214. 
Golacfidaniaiii 86. 
golavarnana 178. 
(ilovinda, guru of Saiikara 16, 

17, 27—29, 38, 39, 52, 73, 

103, 124, 153, 185,201,217. 
Govinda, fatlier of scribe 

Anantakrsna ls8. 
Goviudanatha 106, 290. 303 
Govindasvamiu 289. 



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Govindanaiidal02, 1 24sq., 303. 
gosadangavidhi 214. 
Graudapada 21, 289, 310. 
Gautama 7, 224, 262. 
gaiitamagoliattiviraocana 277, 

278. 
gautamasaras 277. 
gautaml 276. 
Gautamiyadbarmasastra 138 

—140, 302. 
Gaurikanta Sarvabliauma 168, 

304. 
gaurivita 236, 
gaurisambhogavariiana 175. 

grahaiiopavarnana 1 78. 
grahadrsti 171. 

graliabalapufijani 286. 

grababhagaiia 178. 

grabayuddba 178. 

grabayonibbeda 152, 170 sq., 
220. 

grabavivarana 199. 

grabanam stlianabalam 286. 

grabodayastamaya 178. 

cakraradbaiiapbaba 1 30. 
Candalvopa 280. 
candamuiKlrirdini 229. 
Candavega 281. 
candrilakanyakadarsana 268. 
candikasaptati 230, 308. 
candikabrdaya 49. 
candisataka 230. 
caturtbajvarasilnti 171. 
caturvedatatparyasaipgraba 

165. 
caturvedabbasya 1 65. 
caiidanotsava 262. 



candra 178. 
candragrabana 178. 
candrajnanagamasamgraba 

129 sq., 310. 
candratlrtba 283. 
candrapura 277. 
Caiidravati 268 sq. 
Caudravarmacarita 266. 
Candrasenarajan 262. 
candrika 128 sq. 
camakrmuvaka 89. 
camp akarany a 261 — 2 64 ; "m a- 

batmya 260 sq., 264, 266, 305, 

306, 307. 
campubbarata 210, 299, 
campu (written cambu) 241. 
caranavyuba 24, 298. 
carcastava 156, 308. 
caturmasya 126. 
caturvarnakrama 121. 
candrayoga 170sq. 
candrayaiia 120. 
camundika 49. 
cikitsitastbana 174, 
citradipa 73 sq., 109. 
citrabbauusamvassara 287. 
cidambara 278. 
cidvalli 6sq., 310. 
cintamani 147. 
Cinnambbatta 136, 304. 
curni, N. of a river, 289. 
cestabala 286. 
caitaiiya 139. 
cok 270 sq., 280 sq. 
Cyavana 273. 

cliandogamantrabrabmana- 
bbasya 114sq. 



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chandogjamantrabha^ya 114. 
cliandogyoijanisadvivaiaua 
26 sq., 297. 

Jagannathasuri 5sq., 310. 
jagaiimutibliakti 5sq., 310. 
Jatavallabhasastrin (Laksma- 

na) 32, 296. 
Janamejaya 60,91, 113, 194sq. 
janman 170sq. 
Jambunatlia 171. 
Jayadeval58,192sq., 197,299. 
jayantimahatmya, jayantivra- 

ta 226 sq., 307. 
jayamaiigala, Com. on lalita- 
sahasranainastotra41 sq., 309 ; 
Com. on Bbattikavya 177, 
222, 299; Com. on saiikbya- 
saptati 201, 304. 
Jayarama 136, 304. 
jatakapaddbati (lagbvi) 200, 

302. 
jatakarman 195. 
jativiveka 98. 
jatyadbikarana 138. 
janakibarana 175. 
jabalopanisad 24, 158. 
jalapada 268. 
Ji!?nunandana 179. 
jivadvaita 109. 
jivayoni 159. 
Jaimini 42sq., 58, 59sq., Ill, 

121sq., 166, 172, 283. 
Jaimmibbarata 59 sq., 299. 
jnanakaiula 259, 305. 
jnanaprakarana 148. 
jnanayogakbanda 100,205,306. 
jyotistoma 126. 



Taksaka 263; ".samkarasaiu- 
vada 263. 

tattvakaumudi 142, 2it2, 304. 

tattvacintamaniprakasa 167. 

tattvaviveka 73 sq., 109. 

taddbitakbanda 169. 

tanubbuvanaprakarana 148. 

tantra 309 sq. 

tantraruja 4. 

tautravarttika 1 49 sq . 

tantrasaragraba 190 sq., 302, 
309. 

tantrasamuccaya 207, 310. 
tapara 95 sq.; °tikri 95 sq., 295; 
"paddbati 31, 296; °laksaiia 
31, 296. 
Tammayajvan 13 sq., 301. 
Tammayrirya 13sq. 
Taranganandinl 260. 
tarkacudamani 146, 147, 167, 

304. 
tarkaparibbasa 135, 136, 304, 
tarkabbasa 135, 136, 168; 

"prakasika 136, 304; °bba- 

vartbadipika 168, 304. 
tarkasaingraba 202 sq., 227, 

304; "dipika 202. 
talavakaropanisad 17. 
tatparyadipika 74, 218. 
tatparyabodbini 73 sq., 102. 
tantahdvsana, tantasaragraba 

95sq., 295. 
tarakasuranigraba 175. 
Timmaya Arya llOsq 
tirtbakbanda 265, 3u7. 
tirtbaprasainsa 244 sq., 306. 
tirtbamabfitmya 257, 283, 306. 
tirtbayatraparvan 78. 
21 



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tirtharaja 283. 
tirthavaibhava 244; "khanda 

242; ^nirupana 265, 273. 
tulasi 283. 
tulasikavaca 283. 
tulasivana 283; ''markancleya- 

srmivasaksetramahatmya 

282 sq., 306. 
tulakaverlmahatmya 63, 188, 

245 sq., 306. 
trptidipa 73 sq., 218. 
taittiriyapratisakhya 44 sq., 

296. 
taittiriyabrahmana 234 — 236, 

296. 
taittirlyasamhita 24, 25, 56, 

89, 233sq., 296. 
taittiriyaranyaka 234 sq., 296. 
taittiriyopanisad 3; °bhasya 

16, 297. 
Totaka 290. 
tripura 258. 
tripurasundaryupanisad 19sq., 

297. 
tripurandalaksana 130. 
tripuratapanopanisad 19 sq., 

297. 
tripurabhedah 4sq. 
tripuramahimastotra 163. 
tripurastottara 162, 308. 
tripurastava 163, 308. 
tripuropanisad 20, 297. 
tribhasyaratna 44 sq., 296. 
trilokasaravrtti 153, 302. 
TrivediiuiiTiyanayajvan 167. 
trisatistotra 155, 308. 
rtisandlialaksana 95 sq., 295. 
traikalyajuana 220. 



Daksa 98. 
daksakanda 140 sq. 
daksayajnaprabandha206,300. 
daksinakailasa (tirtha) 289, 

290. 
Daksinamiirti (Rsi) 162, 163; 

°panjara 164, 309; °sarahita 

132, 309. 
daksinavarta 175. 
dandadharana 98. 
dandaniti 219. 
dandavisayani 186. 
Dattatreya 158. 
darsapiirnamasau 126, 133, 

134, 298. 
dasatlkavibhanjani 147. 
dasatlrtba 273. 
Dasaratba 270. 
dasaratra 236, 237, 238, 296. 
dasadhyayi 170. 
dasSphala 171. 
dasavipaka 170. 
dana 98. 

Damodara, scribe, 203. 
Dalbbya 63, 245, 280, 281. 
dasyadhikarana 187. 
divyamangaladbyanal55, 309. 
divyavyavastba 186. 
diksa 126 sq.; °vidbi 130. 
dirghakesakarana 212. 
durgatapascarya 262. 
durgastaka 229, 309. 
Duryodbana 215. 
Durvasas 163. 
Dusyantacarita 91. 
dusitalekbyapariksa 187. 
drgilna 171. 
drgdrsyaviveka 80. 



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drsti 171. 

Deva or Devaiina 185 sq., 197, 

302. 
devakanda 140sq. 
Devanna, see Deva. 
Devaraya, see Iinmadi D. 
Devala 272. 
Devavarman 244. 
Devasarman 283. 
devi 262, 265. 
devitulakaverimahatmya 63. 
devimahatmya 48 sq., 175, 306. 
deviraliasya 5sq. 
Devena 186. 
devyupanisad 19, 297. 
desikanatha 198. 
dorduramodabaraiia 212. 
Drahyayanagrhyasiitra 99. 
drekanaphalapaksa 171. 
drekkana 152, 159. 
Dronaparvan 92, 115, 299. 
Dronavadha 92. 
dvadasaksaravidya 283. 
dvigrahadiyoga 170 sq. 
dvijabliaradvajasamvada 239. 
dvipakanana, a village 171. 
dvaitavadin 289. 
dvaitaviveka 74. 
dvaidhasiitra 125 sq., 297, 298. 

dharmajijiiasa 122. 
dharmadesali 98. 
Dharmaraja 167, 304. 
dharmarajatirtha 261, 263. 
Dharmarajadhvarindra 146 — 

148, 304. 
dharmavarapradana 78. 
Dharmavarman 63, 188, 245. 



dharma^astra 43, 98, 107, 

138—140, 302. 
dliarmasaravivecaua 63. 
dharani (= tulasij 283. 
dharanagara 233. 
dhararajya 231. 
Dhrtarastra 113, 215; "pas- 

cattfipa 23. 
dhyanadipa 73 sq., 1U9, 218. 

naksatradasa 287. 
Naciketas 27. 
Natanananda 6sq., 310. 
Naudike^vara 151, 301. 
nandisvarapujananandikesva- 

rakrtainahotsava 261. 
naparapaddhativyakhyana 

30 sq. 
naparalaksana 30, 296. 
naparavyakliyana 30, 95 sq., 

295, 296. 
namakanuvaka 89. 
narasimhavatara 196. 
Nala 262. 
Nalacarita 91. 
Nalopakhyana 78. 
navinamatavicara 146. 
nastajanman, °jataka 171. 
Naliusa 192. 
Nagadeva 95, 295. 
naganatliamahatmya 265 sq., 

307. 
naganatliesvara 265. 
nagaramadhyamakhai.ula 243. 
nagaraja 276. 
uagendrapuja 263. 
nagesvara 262, 263. 
natakadqm 73 sq., 109. 
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natyalaksana 151. 
Natliananda 6sq. 
nantalaksana, nantasaragralia 

95 sq., 295. 
nandlmukhasraddha 120. 
namaliiiganiisasana 176, 190, 

209, 213. 
nayakaprakarana 117. 
Narada 7, 59, 108, 164, 186, 

187, 226, 240, 243,249,257sq., 

264, 269sq., 272, 279. 
Naradiyapurana 100, 107 sq., 

305. 
Narayana 30. 
Narayana, son of Yenkatadri 

41 sq., 309. 
Narayana, scribe or owner 

of book 43 sq. 
Narayana, Purohita, son of 

Krsimbayajvan 69 sq., 166, 

228, 300. 
Narayana .Bliatta of Kerala 

161, 169, 196, 300. 
Narayana Jyotisa 171. 
Narayana, pupil of Krsna 

174sq., 299. 
Narayana, see Ananta N. 
narayanlyastotra 161, 169, 

196, 308. 
narayanopanisad 165. 
niculapura 63, 245. 
Nittala 36. 
nityadana 187. 
nidauasthana 174, 226. 
niryana 171. 
nilanadimahatmya 204. 
nisekakfila 170sq. 
nisargabala 286. 



nisumbliavaha 229. 
nitisarvasva 219, 302. 
nlpaksetra 269—271. 
nipatlrtlia 271. 
nipapu'^karinl 270 sq. 
Nllakantha 86. 
NilakanthaDiksita 81,156,308. 
nila (?), N. of a river 289. 
Nrsimlia 87, 172. 
Nrsimhayajvan 69 sq., 166,228. 
nestayoga 171. 
naiskarmyasiddhi 290. 
nauka 170, 177, 301. 
nyaya 135, 137, 304. 
nyayamiilaparibliasa 128. 

paksadliarmatva 209. 
pancako.saviveka 74, 109. 
paiicagavyavidhi 25. 
pancadasaprakarana 109. 
pancadasi 73, 109, 218, 303. 
pancanadamaliatmya 244 sq., 

306. 
paiicapadika 147. 
pancablmtaviveka 74, 109. 
pancaratnaprakarana 37. 
pancalak^anarahasya 138. 
Pancasikha 143, 202. 
pancasrnga 273. 
pancastavi 180. 
pancaki^aramaliimanuvarnana 

189. 
pancangarudranyasa 55, 89, 

298. 
Paiicanana (Visvanatha) 221, 

305. 
paficendropakhyana 91. 
Patanjali 76. 



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patrikalaksana 151. 

padadipika 13 sq. 

padayojana 7-1. 

padantadipini 95 S(].. 295. 

Padmagarbha (?) 87. 

Padmanabha (?) 183. 

Padmapada 290. 

padmapurana 37, 54sq., 100, 

166, 305. 
pannagendrapura 276. 
Pabbeka 70 note, 
payastamblia 212. 
paragipura 13s(i. 
parabrahmavidya 37, 47, 52. 
Paraiuananda 46, 48. 
paramarthasara 157, 308; ''vi- 

varana 184 sq., 304, 308. 
Paramesvara 193 sq., 301. 
paramesvara 275. 
jjaramesthin 26. 
Paianaiida, seeParamananda. 
paiamarsavadartha 146, 304. 
Parasara7,40,41,113,263,280. 
Parasarasmrti 107, 302. 
paribhasa 97, 127, 295. 
paribha':arthasaiiigrabal27 — 

129, 300. 
Pariksit 41. ! 

parjanyasuktavidbi 120. 
parvanayana 178. 
pavamana 225. 
Pavyeka 70 note. 
pasubandha(prayoga)133, 134, 

298. 
patalavana 257. 
patall 258. 

Panini 75 sq., 127 sq., 300. 
Pandava 262; °dyutaparajaya 



91 ; "piijavidhana, "pujama- 
himanuvan.iana262;"yu(lillui- 
sanuaba 114. 

Panel uraiiga 172. 
ipata 178. 

patalabijaliiiga 277. 

patranirupana 98. 

padapadohalaprakriravidhi . 
211. 

padma, see padmapurana. 

papagativisesa 214. 

papanasa 279 — 281. 

papanase^vara 280. 

papavinasatlrtha 273. 

papavinasaiuahatmya 279 — 
282, 307. 

papripanodanasaras 277. 

paramahamsasambita 182. 

parasarapurana 166. 
Parasarya Vyasa 24. 
Pariksita 91. (Coir.) 
Parthasaratbimisra 36. 
parvati 262; parvatyas tapas- 

carana 265 sq. 
parsadavrtti 94, 295. 
pfdasavanamabatmya 276. 
Pingala 70. 

pindapitryajuavidbi 104, 120. 
pipasabarana 212, 
pip(p)abi 120. 
pisacagraba 81. 
pisacamocana 265. 
pltbalaksana 130. 
Pundarika 275, 281; "pura 

275; ''miinikatliana 281; 

"saras, "sarastn"tbavail)liava- 

katbana 281. 
Pundarikak-isuri 30, 29n. 



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Punyananda 6. 
punyaliavidhi 120. 
puranasravanamahimaniivar- 

nana 189. 
Purusottama 270. 
Pururavas 192. 
Pulanda 7. 
Pulastya 7. 
Pulaha 276. 

pujadesakalaniriipana 130. 
purvakhanda of brahnianda- 

purana 269. 
purvatapaniyopanisad 18, 297. 
purvatapim 18 sq. 
purvamimamsa 129, 302. 
ptirvabdhi 273, 
purvambodhi 283. 
piirvottaradvadasamanjarika- 

stotra 38, 303. 
Prthuyasas 200. 
paurnamasyadhikarana 173. 
paulomaparvan 82, 299. 
prakirna 171. 
prakirnakanda 177. 
prakrti 224, 296; "calaksara 

224 sq., 296. 
prakriyasarvasval69, 196, 300. 
pragalbblyalaksana 138. 
Prajilpati 187. 
prataparudra, "yasobhusana, 

prataparudriya 101 sq., 117, 

301. 
Pratapavira, °carita 280 sq. 
pratisarabandbavidhi 120. 
pratyabhijfianasakuntala 

109 sq. 
pradosapujamahimanuvarna- 

na 189. 



prapancarahasya 160, 
prapaficasara, "sarasamgraha 

131, 310. 
prapancahi'daya 148 sq., 305. 
prayaga 290. 
prayoga 5sq., 298, 310. 
prayogasara 211, 298. 
pravrajyayoga 170 sq. 
prasisya 274. 
prasnavidhana 179. 
])rasnavivarana 28. 
prasnasiistra 199. 
prasnasamgraba 199 sq., 302. 
prasnamrta 171, 302. 
prasnopanisad 18, 27, 297; 

°bbasya 28, 297. 
Prablada 258, 270, 280; °tirtba 

271; "moksaprada 280. 
prakrtarupavatara212sq., 300. 
prajapatya 237. 
pratarabuti 139. 
prayascitta 236 sq., 238. 
prayascittavidbi 214. 
prayascittasubodbini 3, 298. 
pretagraba 81. 

Pbanisailapati 111. 
Pbamndra 111. 

bakavadba 91. 
badarikasrama 289. 
badarivana 262. 
Bandbula 231. 
Ballala 231. 
babusami 225. 
babvrcabrabmanopanisad 21 6, 

253; "vivaraiia 103, 216 sq., 

296. 



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Bana 230, 290. 
BadaniyanaS, 72, 1 02. 124, 166. 
Badluiraiiya 143 sq. 
barhaspatyainanabcla 287. 
Barhaspatyasiitra 219, 302. 
balakaiula 11, 64 sq., 67, 69, 

84, 203. 
balabharata 191 sq., 299. 
balavyutpattidayini 147. 
brdadidhanavisayani 186. 
brilasahasranaman 163, 309. 
bilvatlrtha 273. 
bilvaranyamaliatraya 277, 278. 
bijastambliana 211. 
bijriropana 211. 
Bukka 114sq. 
Bukkana 107. 
Buddhisagara 232. 
budhavakya 87. 
brhajjataka 152,170,219, 301. 
brhatsamhita 93, 301. 
brhadaranyakopanisad 24 sq., 

297. 
brbannriradiyamabapurana 

259, 305. 
Brbaspati 185, 219, 302. 
brhaspati 277; °svargaprapti- 

kathana 277, 278. 
Bodhanidhi 28 sq., 71 sq. 
Bodhabbarati 143 sq., 304. 
Bodbriyana7, 56, 89,125-127, 

195, 297, 298. 
Bodharanya 143 note, 
brabmakaivartapurana 100, 

243—245, 306. 
brabmagita 2, 3, 306. 
brabmajijfiasa 119. 254. 



brabmatirtba 258, 260, 271, 

273, 283. 
braliman (tbe god; 257 — 259, 

262, 263, 270, 272, 273, 283. 
brabmanaradasainvada 243, 

249, 250, 257 sq., 269 sq., 

271, 307. 
brabmaparastotra 184, 308 
brabmapuraualOO, 238sq.,305. 
brabmapurisa 266. 
brabmayajnavidbi 1 20. 
brabmaraksasa 280. 
brahmavidya 215. 
brabmasabba 243. 
brabmasutracandrika254,303. 
brabmasrstikatbana 240. 
brabmabattistribattimocaua 

277, 278. 
brabmacala 259. 
brabmandapurana 41. 59, 68, 

88, 100, 155, 164, 238, 239 sq., 

250,257 sq., 265sq., 269—273, 

276—279, 307, 308, 309. 
brabmandottara 155. 
brahmauauda 74 sq., 109. 
Brabmauanda Bbarati, pupil 

of Krsnauauda 12, 305; pupil 

of Anauda Bbrirati 80, 303. 
Brabmananda Yati, pupil of 

VisvesvaiTiuaiida 142 S(i., 303. 
Brabmauandanatba 117 sij., 

308. 
brabmaiiubbavastaka 123,304. 
brabmottarakbanda 188 sij. 
brabmanasraistliya 98. 
brabmanadivivababbedab 98. 
brabma, see brabinapuiTina. 



~$^ 328 H$- 



bhaktapriya 161, 308. 
bhaktilaksanasampranayal60. 
bhagana 191. 
bhagavatpradurbliava 239. 
bhagavadgita 47 sq., 52, 215, 

299. 
bhaglrathapuja 263. 
Bhata (i. e. Aiyabhata) 179. 
Bhattaka 70, 218. 
Bhattacaiya 290. 
Bhattikavya 177, 222, 299. 
BhattotpaLa 93, 301. 
bhadrHyurmuktipraptikatha- 

na 189. 
bhayoga 178. 
Bharata 110, 151. 
Bharadvaja 7, 57, 225. 
Bbartr 177; °kavya 177, 222. 
bbavisyatpurana 100, 249, 306. 
bhavisyottarapurana 260 sq., 

282, 306. 
bhagavatapurana 10, 12, 23, 

45 sq., 100, 176, 181 sq., 184, 

305. 
bhagavatasara 9, 305. 
bhattacandrika 172sq., 302. 
bhattadipika 121sq., 172 sq., 

302. 
Bharatitlrtlia 73—75, 80, 

118 sq., 218, 303. 
Bharatiyati 143 note. 
Bharadvaja 32, 87, 283 ; "siksa 

32, 296; °saiphita 267, 305. 
bhava, °phala 171. 
bhavanopanisad 5sq., 21. 
bhavavindana 286. 
bhavfirthadipika 46. 
bbava«rayaphalani 286. 



bluLvestagrahadustayah 286. 
bhasakalidiuadayah 286. 
bhasapariccheda 221, 305. 
bhasya 290, 303; °pradipika 

289;°ratnaprabhal02,124sq., 

303. 
bhasyarthasamgraiia 142 sq.^ 

303. 
Bhaskara 89, 179, 180, 227; 

°ksetra 277; °tapassiddhi- 

kathana 277, 278; °mata- 

mahatmya 226 sq., 307. 
Bhaskararaya 21, 172sq., 297, 

302. 
bhaskariya (laghu) 193. 
bhiksacarya 98. 
Bhismaparvan 92. 
Bhismasaratalpasayana 92. 
blnigolapurana 204, 307. 
bliutlrtha-257. 
bhunagatailaprakara 212. 
bhimagotpattiprakara 212. 
Bhrgu 7, 238, 257; nirtha 

258; "naradasamvada 239, 

305. 
blirguvrdcya 87. 
bhogamoksasamasthana 275. 
bhogadhikyasthana 275. 
Bhoja 231— 233; ^prabandlia 

231, 300. 
Bhrugu, see Bhrgu. 

makarasarakrantiphala 287, 
Maiikha, Mankhaka 208. 
Maukhuka 208. 
maniprakasavivrti 167. 
manimahjari 69, 166, 228, 
300. 



->^ 329 <- 



mandalabralimai.ui, °ui)anisad 

26, 296. 
Ma(t)syagaudhi 262. 
matsyapuiTina 37, 100. 
Madhuschandas 105. 
Madhusudana Sarasvati 39. 
madhyamakhanda 243, 249. 
madhyamabbaga 267, 282, 305, 

306. 
madbyamadbikaia 178. 
madhyarjunapati 264. 
inadbyarjunapura 277. 
madhyarjunamahatraya 242, 

243, 306, 307. 
manana, "grantba 255; °pra- 

karana 255 sq. 
Manu 98, 107, 187. 
manojiiesa 264. 
mantra 104, 310. 
mantraparvan 114sq. 
mantrapatba 32, 115, 195, 298. 
mantrajDrasnadvaya 32. 
mantraprasnabhasya 33. 
mantrabrabmana 114sq., 298. 
mantrabbasya 33. 
mautramurti 198. 
mantrayantia 131. 
mantrasadbanaprakarakatba- 

na 88. 
mantrasarakramadipika 131. 
mautraksaramala50, 156, 229, 

309. 
mantrartbapratipadana 130. 
Mandapabicarita 91. 
manmukbatirtba (?) 268 sq. 

See sanmukba. 
Mammata 183. 
Mava 193. 



luayukbamaliku 36 sq., 303. 
Mayura 53 sq., 300. 
mayiiiapunmribritmya 248 sq., 

307. 
Marudvati 278. 
marudvrdbiX = „river" 2b:o. 
Mallayajvan 13 sq. 
Malladbvariudra 1 3 sq. 
MaUinatba 101. 
mabaganapatistotramalaman- 

tra 164. 
mabaganapaddliati 284 sq., 

308. 
mabaganesamantrapaddbati 

35. 
maliagnisarvasva 126 sq., 298. 
mabanatakasuktisudbanidbi 

84 sq., 299. 
mabaprastbanikaparvan 60, 

62, 92. 
mababbarata 22 sq., 47, 59 sq., 

60—64, 78, 82 sq., 113sq., 

115, 187, 212, 256, 299. 
mababbaratasarpgraba 90 — 

92, 299. 
mababbaskariya 179, 193,301. 
mababbisekavidbi 120. 
mababbutaviveka 109. 
mabamagbatirtbavaibbava 

277, 278. 
mabarudiTibutisamkbya 89. 
mabavakya^dveka 74, 109. 
Mabesvara 90 sq., 299. 
mabesvaranai'adasamyada240. 
mabogragraba 81. 
mabopauisad 19 sq., 297. 
mandukyopanisad 18, 297. 
matangikavaca 162. 



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matangyastottara 163, 309. 
matrkanyasa 162, 309. 
matrkastava 162, 309. 
Madhava, "acarya, °amatya 

3, 10 sq., 107, 175, 302, 306. 
Madhava Prajua 83. 
madhavaraksasatvamoksana 

280. 
Madhaviya 1, 114sq. 
Manaveda 210. 
manasapuja 156. 
manasasnana 198. 
Mandhatr 277. 
mayavarahaprabhava 268. 
mayavahnisrsti 26S. 
mayurasthana 278. 
Markandeya 155, 258, 260, 

263, 270, 282 sq.; "purana 

48 sq., 100, 166, 306; °ma- 

haksetra 282; °samasyapar- 

van 78; "sthala 283. 
malavinatha 13. 
mitaksara 139sq., 302. 
misralaksana 138. 
mimamsakanyaya 209. 
miiiiamsrikaustubha42sq., 303. 
mimamsatantravarttika 149 

sq., 303. 
mimamsadarsana 36, 42, 121, 

172. 
mimamsasastra 129; "jivatu 

172. 
mukunda 282. 

muktikhanda 100, 205, 306. 
Munja 231 sq. 
mundakopanisad 18, 27, 297; 

"bhasya 28, 297. 
munivakya 87. 



mukambika 215. 
mrkandugajendrasamvada 

239. 
mrgasirsa (a certain position 

of the hand) 151. 
mrgasarotsava 265. 
mrttikasnanavidhi 120. 
Medinikara 289, 291. 
Medinlkosa 291. 
Maitreya 40, 41. 
Maithila 246. 
Mailara 13 sq. 
moksasastra 80. 
raoksasrama 98. 
mausalaparvan 60 sq., 92. 

yaksagraha 81. 
yajana 98. 
Yajuanarayana 95. 
yajnavaibhavakhanda 2, 3, 10, 

11, 100, 205, 306. 
yajiiesvara 126. 
Yajfiesvara 158. 
yajnopavitanirmana 98. 
yatidharma 98. 
Yadu 41. 

yantravidhana 178. 
yamatirtha 273. 
yamaduta 262. 
yamuna 275. 
Yayati 192. 
yajana 93. 

Yajfiavalkya 7, 19, 24. 
Yudhisthira 113, 116, 226sq.; 

"vijaya 175. 
yuddhakanda 64, 66, 67, 69, 

85, 116sq. 
yogaphala 286. 



-^^ 331 K~ 



yogasastra 37, 47, 52, 215. 
yogananda 74, 
yogyatavadartha 145 sq., 304. 

Raghunatha, scribe, 90, 92, 

110 sq., 233 sq. 
Raghunatharyadiksita 240 sq. 
ranga 240. 
raiiganatha 76. 
Ranganatha 86 sq. 
rangamaliatmya 59. 
Raiigaiaja Diksita 144 sq. 
raiigalaksana 151. 
ratiraliasya 53, 301. 
Ratnagiri Diksita 127 sq. 
ratnasagara 4. 
ratnapana 101 sq., 301. 
ratnavall 151. 
rathantara 238. 
rathasaipkhyambopakhyana 

91. I 

ram a 258. 
rasmi 286. 

rasabhivyanjika 8sq., 304. 
rahasya 250, 257; of Saraa- 

veda 237 sq., 296; in Bra- 

hmakaivartapurana 243. 
rahasyagama 132; °sara 207. 
rahasYutirahasya 132. 
rahasyopanisad 19sq., 297. 
ragadvesaprakarana 288, 303. 
Raghavanandal84sq.,304,308, 
rajayaksman 226. 
rajayoga 170sq. 
rajarajesvarltantra 155, 309. 
rajavarttika 142. 
rajasasanalaksana 187. 
Rajanaka Mammata 183. 



Rajanaka Ruyyaka 208. 

Ranayana Muni 1 1 9. 

iTidha 151. 

Rama 272. 

Rama, scribe, 22s(i., 182. 184. 

Rama Sastrin 136. 

Ramakrsna 73 — 75, 218, 303. 

Raraakrsna, father of Raghu- 
natha 90, 92, 110 sq., 233 sq. 

Ramakrsnadhvarinl47sq.,304. 

Ramacandra 167. 

Ramabhadramakhin 128. 

ramasambhava 177. 

ramasetu 290. 

Ramananda 80, 124 sq., 303. 

Ramanuja 11, 79, 85, 299. 

raraayana 11, 64 — 71, 79, 85, 
203, 298sq. 

rasiprabheda 170sq. 

rasislla 171. 

rahuuirakarana 178. 

Rivakalyanda (?) 86. 

Rucaka 208. 

Rucidatta 167. 

rudra 55 sq., 298. 

Rudra, guru of Parame.svara 
193. 

Rudradeva 42 sq. 

rudranyasa 55. 

rudravidhi 88 sq., 298. 

rudrasamhita 120. 

Rudraskandha 99, 298. 

rudrasnanarcanabhisekavidhi 
56. 

rudradhyaya 24, 25; '^jrasna- 
mahamantra 56. 

rudranuvaka 89, 298. 

rudrabhisekavidhi 89. 



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Ruyyaka 208. 
Romaliarsana 100. 
Raumaharsina 90. 
Rauruki 119, 120. 

Laksmana Jatavallabhasa- 

striu 32, 296'. 
laksmi 281; °grama 204; °tir- 

tha 257, 273. 
Laksmldhara 8s([., 81, 158sq., 

197, 299, 304. 
laksmiblmmi 277. 
lagna 286. 

Laghubhattaraka 180sq., 309. 
laghustuti, "maliabliasya 180 

sq., 309. 
lalitakhyana, see lalitopa- 

khyana. 
lalitadevistotra 155, 309. 
lalitasahasranamastotra41sq., 

309. 
lalitastavaratna 81 sq., 164, 

219, 231, 309. 
lalitopakhyana 88, 155, 307, 

308, 309. 
lingapurfina 100, 243, 306. 
lingotpatti 275. 
Liladevi 232. 
lilavati 193. 
lekhyanirupana 186. 
lekliyapariksa 186. 
lekhyaprakarana 187. 
lainga, see lifiga})urrina. 
Lokanandanatba 117sq., 254. 
laukikavisayatavadartha 146, 

304. 



vanjiraprakriya 212. 

vadanadurgandhabarana 212. 

vanaparvan 78, 299. 

vanamabn 198. 

Varadaraja 186. 

Vararuci 76. 

varabapurana, see varaba. 

Yarabamihira 93, 152, 170, 
200, 219, 301. 

Varabasambita 93. 

Varuna (Rsi) 7. 

varnasramadbai'manirupana 
97, 99. 

vahulkapuja 263. 

Vasistba 7, 40, 113, 256, 263; 

°dbarmopadesa 268; °visva- 

mitrasamvada 268. 

vakyakarana 86; °dipika, 

°bigbuprakasika 86 sq., 301. 

vakyanyaya 209. 

vfikyavrtti 83, 303 ; "prakasika 

83. 
vakyasudba, °tikn. 80, 303. 
Vagbbata 173, 226, 301. 
Vacaspatimisra 142 note, 143, 

202, 304. 
vajasaneyisambitopanisad 16 ; 

°bbasya 17. 
Yancbya 87. 
Yani 290. 

Yatsy ayanasastra 176. 
vadaratnavali 136, 137, 304. 
Yadbula 97 sq. 
Yamadeva 7, 163, 275. 
vamana(purana) 100. 
Yamesvara (Rsi) 216. 
vayavya 24. 
Yararucadika 45. 



333 r<^ 



varaha(purana) 100. 
Vrilmiki 7, 11, 64—67, 70 sq., 

79, 85, 203, 288, 298. 
Vasudeva, scribe, 161. 
Vasudeva Dilcsita 126. 
Vasudevamananaprakarana 

255, 304. 
Vasudevayatisvara 255. 
virasati 180. 

videhakaivalyalaksana 160. 
vidyaganesamantroddharal32. 
Vidyadhaman 28 sq., 71 sq. 
vidyananda 75. 
Vidyaiiatha 101, 117, 301. 
Vidyaranya 21, 73—75, 80, 

109, 218, 303, 310. 
vidyarogyastuti 214. 
vidyastadasaka 172. 
vidhavadharma 98. 
vidhuragnisandhana 120. 
vinayakapujakarana 261. 
vindbya 275, 287. 
Vibbisana 102, 124. 
viyonijanman 170sq. 
virajatlrtba 258, 259. 
virataparvan 63sq., 91, 256,299. 
vilamkuti (N. of a place?) 147. 
vilanghyalaksana 95. 
viliiigbya , ° laksana , ° vya- 

kbyana 30, 296. 
vivaba 98, 120; °prasna 200. 
vivekaciidamani 29, 303. 
vi.svagunadar.sa 240 sq., 300. 
Visvanatba 221, 305. 
Visvarupa 290. 
Yisvanandanatba 4, 130, 309. 
Vi.svamitra 7, 263, 268; °tirtba 

273. 



Vi^vavasu 241. 

Yisve.svara 35, liMsij., 131, 

284sq. 
Vii^vei^vara Pandita 83, 303. 
Visve.svarananda 142 sq. 
visayatavadrirtlia 1 46. 
visayananda 75. 
visavidbi 187. 
vi^nu 257—260, 270—273, 

280 sq., 283; °katba 245; 

°dbarma 80, 307; "padadi- 

kesantastuti 51 sq., 154, 308; 

"purana 40 sq., 100, 305; 

"bbujanga 76, 308. 
Vi^nuraitra 290. 
Visnusarman 289, 290. 
visnusabasranaman 153, 187, 

194, 303. 
visnvalaya 281. 
vlrababudar.sana 268. 
viramabendrakanda 116. 
Ylrarudrayasobbiisana 117. 
vrksavaicitryadobalabbedali 

211. 
vrksasecana 211. 
vrttaratnakara 69 sq., 166, 

218 sq., 228, 300. 
vrtra 257. 
vrsakapi 172. 
Vrsadarvi 56 sq., 308. 
vrsotsarjanavidbi 120. 
Veukata Subrabmanya, scribe 

15sq., 60, 62, 140 sq. 
Venkatanatba 1 1 Isq., 146, 303. 
Venkatanayaka 203, 302. 
Venkatapati 182. 
Venkatacriryayajvau 240 sq., 

300. 



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Venkatadri 41. 

Veiikatadrijajvan 36. 

Venkatesa 111, 136. 

Venkusa, scribe 121. 

Venkusuclhivara, scribe 44sq. 

vetana 187. 

vedapadastava 58 sq., 308. 

vedapurl, a village 275. 

vedaprakarana 148. 

Vedavyasa, see Vy5.sa. 

vedanta 112, 289, 303; °guru 
257; "paribhasa 146 sq., 304; 
°sastra 157; "sastrasiddhan- 
talesasamgraha 144 sq., 304; 
°sikliamani 147sq., 304; °sara 
160, 303; "saraprakarana 
108 sq., 303; °siitra 72 sq., 
102, 124, 254, 303; "sutra- 
bhasya 73. 

vedantarthamaya 184. 

vedaranya 264, 275. 

vedarthaprakasa 114sq. 

venasya katlia 196. 

Vaiklianasa 110 sq. 

Vainika 164. 

Vainyadatta 53. 

vaidikadharmakhanda 246 sq. 

vaidodaiikacarita 91. 

Vaidyadatta 53. 

Vaidyanatha Diksita 97 sq., 
121, 302. 

Vaidyanatha Sastrin 127 sq., 
300. 

Vainyadatta 53. 

Vaiyyasiki 78, 118 S(]. 

vaivahikotsava 88. 

Vaisampayana 91, 113, 194. 

vaisakhamahritmya 55, 307. 



vaisakliotsava 262. 

vaisesika 304. 

vaisnava, see visnupurana. 

vyaktaganita 178. 

vyavahara 185—187; °kanda 
185 sq., 197, 302; °bliedah 
186; °matraprakarana 121; 
*'malika 186 sq., 302; °laksana 
187. 

vyaghraputa ("read pura?) 
tirtha 268. 

Vyasa, Vedavyasa 7, 24, 40, 
41, 47, 58, 62, 91, 98, 100, 
103, 113, 119, 124, 161, 185, 
194 sq., 210, 250, 256, 262, 
274, 288, 289; "tirtha 273; 
"putra 39; "adliikaranamala 
118. 

Sakti 7, 113, 256. 

saktipahcaksarastotramaha- 
mantra 163. 

saktisutra 5, 310. 

Saiikara, see Sankaracarya. 

Saiikara 59, 77, 258, 279; 
°samhita 116 sq., 140 sq., 306. 

Sankaracarya 4, 8, 16, 17, 21, 
26—29, 38, 39, 51 sq., 71, 
72 sq., 76, 80, 82, 83, 102 sq., 
106, 124, 131, 153, 154, 187, 
201, 216 sq., 288—291, 296, 
297, 303, 304, 308; °carita 
106, 288-291, 303. 

sankulaksana 211. 

sahkhacakragadapadmadha- 
rin 198. 

saiikhapuspl 284. 

sankhapiija 198. 



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sacl 273. 

satadusani lllsq., 303. 

satapathabrahmana 25, 26, 

296; "upanisad 24 sq. 
satarudriya 24, 25, 56, 296; 

okotisarahita 246 sq., 305. 
satarudvya 25. 
satasahasrika 114. 
,satabliii?ekavidlii 120. 
sani 87. 

sapathavidhi 187. 
sabdalarakSraprakarana 117. 
samanavyakhyana 30, 296. 
Sarabha 280. 

sariradurgandhaliarana 212. 
sariralaksana 160. 
sarvatirtha 275 s(i. 
salyaparvan 92. 
sasadhara 147. 
Sakalya 96. 
sakinya(pattana) 13. 
sakuntala 110 sq. 
saktamantra 21. 
saktasamayadiksavidhanalSO. 
Sankaramarga 184. 
Sankhayanagrhyasutra 104. 
Satyayani 119, 120. 
santiparvan 90. 
Sambavyagrhyasutra 104, 297. 
saradatilaka 131. 
sarlrakamimarasa 83; °bhasya 

72 sq., 303; "vyakhya 125. 
sarirakopauisad 19, 297. 
sarirasthana 174. 
sariropanisad 19, 297. 
sariigatirtha 283. 
^ariigapani 249. 
Salivahanasakribda 287. 



Srilihotra 119, 120. 

i^rdiki 126, 127. 

Salisuka 276. 

^astradipika 36 sq., 303. 

Sibi 56. 

siromani 168. 

siva 58 sq., 257, 258, 262, 275, 

277; °ksetra 263; ''gaiiga 290; 

°gita 37, 305; °caturdasima- 

liimanuvarnana 189; "tattva- 

sudhanidhi 77, 306. 
Sivadatta 172. 
Sivadasa 174. 
sivaduta 262. 
sivadharmapunyanirupana 

263. 
sivadliarmaphalanirupana263. 
§ivadliarmottara 214, 307. 
sivapai'vatisaravada 260 sq. 
sivapurana 100, 189, 246 sq., 

247, 266, 305. 
sivabhaktamabimanuvarnana 

189. 
sivabhiksatanakathaua 7 7. 
sivamabatmya 189; "khanda 

100, 205, 306. 
sivarahasyaklianda 116 sq., 

140 sq., 306. 
sivaraghavasaravada 37. 
Sivarama 103, 124. 
^ivavihara 290. 
sivavaibhavakhanda 243. 
sivasatkathamrta 264. 
sivasayujya 275. 
sivakhyarfljadbanl 275. 
sivagama 214. 
sivanandarasa 198. 
sivrircanasironiani 117s(]., 308, 



^' 336 H$- 



^ivalaya 281. 
^isupalavadha 175. 
Siika 7; °tata 113, 256. 
Suka Yogindra 21. 
gukra (Rsi) 198. 
sukravakya 87, 
sukriya 225. 
sucldhananda 283. 
^urapadmasamhara 117. 
f^iilatirthanirmana 261. 
sekliaripattana 1 2 1 sq. 
sesa 157, 258, 260, 276; °kupa 

257; °tirtha 257, 258. 
Sesanaga 157, 184, 308. 
Sesanarayana 95 sq., 295. 
Sesasiiri, scribe 40 sq. 
sesadri 258; "cudamani 110. 
Sesadri, scribe 135, 285 ; father 

of scribe Yenkata Subrah- 

manya 15sq., 33, 45sq., 60 sq. 
sesarya 184, 304. 
saikhandina 225. 
saiva, see sivapiirana; °koti- 

rudrasamhita 247sq.; °ksetra 

261, 264; °raliasya 242; 

°agama 250. 
saucavidlii 120. 
Saunda (Venkusudhivara) 

44 sq. 
gaunaka 63, 90, 94, 96, 108, 

119, 120, 242, 243, 259, 266, 

274, 295. 
Saurisiinu 30 sq. 
^yamalambavarmaratna 162 

sq., 309. 
^yamikaharana 212. 
^raddha 57. 
^ri 273. 



srlkundagrama 290. 
sricakrapratistliEvidlii 4, 310. 
sricakralaksana 130. 
sricakrantaraladevatapratipa- 

daua 130. 
Sritrivikraraa 179. 
Sridhara 45 sq., 48, 299, 305. 
Srinivasamakbin 3, 298. 
Srinivasacarya 110 sq., 300. 
Sripati 178sq., 301. 
sribbumi 273. 
srimukbaparisad 287. 
sriranga 273, 280; °ksetra- 

vaibhava 240 ; °divyavimana 

240; ^mahatmya 59, 239 sq., 

307; °vimaiia 240. 
srirudrayamala 4. 
srividyakbyamulavidyabhedah 

4, 310. 
srividyaganapatikalpa 132. 
srividyajapakalpa 130. 
•srividyanyasa 130. 
srividyaratnasutra, °dipika 21, 

310. 
srividyasandbyanusthana 130. 
srisiikta 223. 

srutiraiijim 158sq., 197, 299. 
srutisuktimala 165, 3P8. 
srautakaksa 236. 
srautasutra 125 sq., 297 sq. 
svetamarga 290. 
svetavana 264. 
svetavigbnesvarasivasthana 

280. 
svetambhodbi 228. 

satpanca^ika 200, 302. 
sadangaprakarana 148. 



->• 337 r^ 



sadamnayalaksana 130. 
sanmiikha 269. 
sodasakriya 195, 298. 

samvatsara 236, 238. 
sarasaradusana 77. 
samsararaliasya 160. 
samliitavivrti 93. 
samliitasamanalaksana 30, 

296. 
samhitopanisad 217, 253, 297. 
saipkbyapramana 153. 
samgitasastra 150. 
samgraliabharata 90. 
saingiTimavijaya 132. 
Sanjaya 115, 215. 
sanjivanausadhagiri 258, 259. 
satkirtivardliana 271. 
Satyakirti 277. 
satyaksetra 279. 
Satya 54. 
satra 236—238. 
satsampradayasarvasva 131. 
Sadananda 108 sq., 303; 
Sadasiva 16-4. 

sadasivabrahmasamvada 132, 
sadyomaraiia 1 70 sq. 
Sanaka 7, 258. 
Sanatkumrira 7, 274, 280; 

"samhita 77, 306. 
Sanatkumariya 131. 
Sanandana 7, 290. 
Sanatana 7. 

sandhyopfisanavidbi 120. 
saptagana 236. 
saptalaksana 30, 97, 296. 
sabhaparvau 22 sq., 91, 299. 
sabhasabhyopadesab 187. 



samastikanana(or °kantara)- 

mabatmya 250, 307. 
samadbividbi 205. 
samudayastakavarga 286. 
Samudrabandbayajvan 212 sq. 
sambbavakanda 116. 
sambbavaparvan 91, 212, 299. 
sarpasanti 120. 
sarvaksetraprabbavapbalasru- 

tinirupana 273. 
sarvatomukbamabavratayajin 

145, cf. 37. 
sarvamaiigalini 81. 
sarvanukramani 105, 295. 
sarvarista^auti 120. 
sarvartbacintaiuani 203, 302. 
sabasranamapadyavvttil94sq., 

308. 
sabasranamasamgrababbasya 

153sq. 
sabyaja 283. 
saksipariksa 186. 
saksiprakarana 186. 
saksipratyuddbrti 187. 
saksivisayani 186. 
sagarastava 81. 
saukbya 304; °karika 142, 201 ; 

"vivaranatattvakaumudi 143 

sq.;°saptatil42,143,201,202, 

304. 
satvika (astau) 151. 
samabrahmanabbasya 1 14. 
samaveda 99, 114sq., 224 sq., 

236—238, 296, 298. 
sayamboma 139. 
Sayana, °acrirya 1, 2, 15. 73, 

114sq., 295, 296, 298. 
sayujya 275, 276. 



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sararahasyacaturvarnakrama- 

vibhaga 121, 302. 
sarasaragraba 199. 
sarasara 272. 
Sarvabbauma 168. 
siirvabbanmalaksana 138. 
Savaradbipa 263. 
Savitryupakbyana 78. 
sabityasarvasva 110 sq., 300. 
Simbaraja 180 sq., 212 sq., 300, 

309. 
Simbanana 280. 
siddbantabbedasaipgraba 144. 
siddbantamuktavali 221, 305. 
siddbantalesasaragraba 144. 
siddbantasekbara 178sq., 301. 
siddbantasarasamgraba 144. 
siddbasrama 274. 
siddbiksetra 279. 
Sita 241. 
Siradeva 127 sq. 
Siikanya 273. 
sukbabodbim 51, 308. 
sugandbavana 259. 
Sugrivaprasna 199. 
Sugrivasamagama 222. 
sntala 270. 
Sudarsana280; °muktikatbana 

280. 
Sudarsaiiacarya 166. 
Sudbabindu 283. 
sundarakanda 64, 66 sq., 69, 

79. 
Sundararaja 86, 301. 
suparnatatini 258. 
Subabu 278. 
Subodba, "carita 280. 
subodbinl, Com. on bbaga- 



vadgita 48, 299; Com. on 

brbajjfitaka 152, 219, 301. 
Subrabmanya, see ^^enkata S. 
Sumantu 244. 
sumbbadbvamsini 229. 
Suratba 49. 
surasasamgamajalapadatlr- 

tbakatbana 268. 
Suresvara 290. 
suvarnamukbari, a river 290. 
susvarakarana 212. 
suksmarasmayab 286. 
Suta 37, 54, 55, 58, 77, 90sq., 

100, 141, 189, 242, 243, 250, 

257, 259, 265, 266, 269, 274, 

276—278. 
Sutagita 10 sq., 306; °tatpar- 

yadipika lOsq. 
Sutamuuisamvada 116. 
Sutasaunakasamvada 242 sq. 
Sutasambita 2, 3, 10, 100, 205 

306; "tatparyadipika 11. 
sutrastbana 174. 
sudarupaiTiksasavadba 263. 
Suridevabuddbendra 35. 
Suribbatta 36. 
surya 193, 263; °kunda 266; 

"grabana 178; °tirtba 263— 

266, 283; "puskarini 263, 265; 

°,sataka 53 sq., 300; "savarni- 

kamanvantara 48 sq., 63. 
suryasiddbantal2 — 14,75,193, 

301; °vivarana 193 sq., 301. 
srsti 98. 

sona, N. of a river 290. 
Soma 184. 
Somadeva 86 sq. 
Somanatba 36 sq., 303. 



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somavaramahimanuvarnana 

189. 
Somasarman 290. 
somesvaratirtha 277. 
Somesvaraputra 285. 
somotpatti 57 sq., 298. 
sauptikaparvan 90, 92. 
saiibhugyalaksmikalpa 163. 
sauracandramrmabda 287. 
skanda 214; "purana 2, 7, 10, 

38,55,77, 100, 116sq.,140sq., 

188, 205, 226sq., 242, 248sq., 

257, 264, 306 sq. 
skandesvarasaravada 163. 
skandopanisad 19, 297. 
stotra 308 sq. 
stotrakhanda 155. 
strljataka 171 (Corrigenda), 
sti'idharma 98. 
striparvan 90. 
strlmukhakantikarana 212. 
sthandilakundamandapanir- 

manadividhi 89. 
sthalesamahatmya 204. 
snatakadharma 98. 
smrtikartrniriipana 98. 
smrticandnkal85sq., 197,302. 
smrtimuktaphala 97—99, 121, 

302. 
syanandura (?) 289. 
svapnadliyaya 230, 309. 
SvayamprakasaYati8sq., 303, 

304. 
Svayampraka^ananda 128 sq., 

300. 
svarapancasacchlokl vyakhya 

34. 
svaralaksana 34, 35, 296. 



svargarobanikapai-van 60, 62' 

92. 
svai'ginrirakicibna214. 
Svamin 177. 
svayambhuvatli'tba 277. 

hamsasyabastalaksana 151. 
"batti (sic) 277, 278. 
Hanuman 258. 
Hayagriva 155; Tigastyasam- 

vada 88, 155, 307. 
Haradatta 33, 43 sq. (Corr. 

and Add.), 165, 298, 302, 

308. 
Havadattamisra 139 sq., 302. 
bariksetra 279. 
haritattvamuktavali 8, 303. 
baridvilra 290. 
barinadi 264. 
haribbaktisudbodaya 107 sq., 

305. 
barimidestotra 8. 
Hariscandra 245, 268 sq. 
Haviscandrojiakbyana 267, 

268. 
baristuti 8, 303. 
Hai'sacai'ita 290. 
Hastanialaka 290. 
bastamalaka, °prakarana, "sto- 
tra 82, 229, 303. 
bastigirimfdiatmya 238 sq., 

305. 
balasyaniabatmya 7. 306. 
biranyagarbbavibudbasamva- 

da 239. 
hiranyfiksakatba 196. 
binalaksana 187. 
bemakutakbanda 267, 305. 
22* 



-^- 340 ^<^ 

hemapuskarinl , °cakratii"tlia, Homiamba,Honiiambikal3sq. 
°tirtha 277. | Honnarya 13 sq. 



hemakarasaras 277. 
heniabjatirtha 277. 
hemabjanayaki 257, 258. 



hora 171, 219, 286; "tatpaiya- 
sagara 170; °vivarana 170sq.^ 
301; °6astra 152. 



ADDENDA AND CORRIGENDA. - 

Page 17, line 12 read Isd - Upanisad for Isd-TJpanisat. 

P. 28, 1. 5 from below, read samdpayya kriyds etc. 

P. 43, 1. 5 from below, add: by Haradatta. 

P. 74, 1. 25 read Mtasthadl°. 

P. 81, 1. 10 read Kdvyamdld. 

P. 91, 1. 11 read Pdr'iksitena for pdriksitena. 

P. 130, 1. 9 from below, read kidajudnindm dcdrasya. 

P. 132, 1. 3 add: See Aufrecht CC II, 52. 

1. 17 add: See Aufrecht C C II, 22 and 26 (kaumdrasamhitd). 
P. 139, 1. 21 read sddhavah for sd°. 
P. 142, 1. 2 from below, read Tattvakaumudl. 

1. 1 from below, read Vdcaspatiynisra. 
P. 151, 1. 27 read narttakl vd kaldvati. 

1. 28 read tisthet (tat)pascdt. 

1. 29 read bhaveyur vibhramdnvitdh. 
P. 153, 1. 9 from below, read Tisnusahasrandman. 
P. 171, 1. 12 sq. read dvdvimsa str'ijdtakam. 
P. 220, 1. 1 read graliayoni° for grhayoni\ 



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