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Full text of "KRTYAKALPAATARU OF BHATTALAKSMIDHARA VOL 6"

CAEKWAD'S ORIENTAL SERIES 

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GKNIKAI. 
G it, DHATT, M.A, 



No, CXXIII 




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KRTYAKALPATARU 

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BHATTA LAKSMlDHARA 

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Vol. VL VRATAKANDA 



K. V KANGASWAMI AIYANCAH 



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PREFACE 

VRATAKXNDA forms the sixth section of Kftyakalpataru. 
.It was missing in the set of the manuscripts of the 
nibandha in the Udaipur Palace Library. Its existence 
was not surmised by Mr. M. M. Chakravarti (J. B. A. S. 
1916, p. 359) and he suggested that the seventh and 
ninth kstn^as dealt with Pnjn and Pmyasccitfa respect- 
ively. MM. Dr. P. V. Kane (History of Dharmaszstra, 
vol. L, 1930, p. 316) assigned Prati&tha the sixth place 
in the sequence of the kftndas, and noted the seventh and 
ninth parts as " missing ". I discovered in January 1939 
the sections on P&j& and Vrata in the bundle containing 
some sections of the Kftyakalaptaru in the Junior 
Bhonsle Raja's Library at Nagpur, whose existence was 
known to Dr. Peterson in 1882 (Report on the Search for 
Sanskrit Manuscripts in the Bombay Circle, 1883, 
pp. 108, 111). Owing to the absence of the sheet con- 
taining mangalncarana in the manuscripts on Pratisthv 
(of which manuscripts were known to exist in the India 
Office Library and in the Library of Sarasvatibhavan at 
Benares) I assigned it the sixth place in the series (vide 
Introduction to the Dvnakan4a, p. 18, G. O. S., XCII, 
1941), accepting the assignment made in a note supplied 
to me of the manuscripts of the Kftyakalpataru by the 
Librarian of the Sarasvatibhavan, Benares. In January 
1943 Mr, Sadashiv L. Katre, Assistant Curator of the 
Scindia Oriental Institute at Ujjain enquired whether I 
had secured any manuscripts of Vratakarida, which, &e 
pointed out, was mentioned neither by Auf recht ujH&t 



Catalogus Catalagorum or by Dr. P. V. Kane in hit 
History of Dhannasmstra, vol. 1, and that Dr. V. 
Raghavan, who was preparing for the University of 
Madras a revised Catalogus Catalogorum could furnish 
no information on this kanda. Mr. Katre added that his 
institution had recently purchased an old manuscript of 
Vfataknpda in which it was described as the sixth ka$4<* 
of the Kftyakalpataru. The accession number of this 
manuscript was given as 6102. He subsequently fur- 
nished me with an extract from the pratijmt prefixed 
to the kzyda, and gave me the last two lines of it. I 
wrote immediately to Sir V. T. Krishnamachari, then 
Prime Minister of Baroda, and to Sir S. P. Rajagopala- 
chari, Member of the Executive Council of Gwaiior, in 
whose territory the Ujjain Oriental Institute was situated, 
to allow a photostat copy of the manuscript (No. 6102) 
to be taken. The Curator of the Institute Dr. (Miss) 
Krause however reported that the manuscript was on old 
paper, which proved brittle when handled, and that it 
would not stand mechanical photographing, and suggested 
that the manuscript be consulted on the spot. Later 
through the intercession of Sir S. P. Rajagopalachari ' 
transcript of it was made in the Institute and supplied on 

o/both -d 7 1943 ; ThiS ^ aJS hin ?*" 
on both sides, in dose script. 

The edition now released is based on the Nagpo, 

"%", H aSCriptS - No fnrther ancripu of the 
"dd. ^ fonnd, though entries were a!le by me. 



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Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics, (Vol. XII, 1921, 
pp. 644-659) will show the points of similarity and 
difference between vows practised by different peoples and 
religious systems. The aims of a vow may be described 
as expiatory, propitiatory and corrective. These features 
will account for the wide practice of vows in all systems 
of religion. 

In the Introduction the special features of vrata are 
briefly described, and the forms as well as procedure 
.generally in the practice of vrataa. Elaborate instructions 
are given in the kit tufa, on PurSnic authority, on the way 
in which every specified vrata is to be done, and the 
benefits that will accrue to the vratin from the proper 
accomplishment of the vrata. No attempt has been 
made in the Introduction to describe these in detail, 
vrata by vrata, A good deal is omitted in the text also 
in regard to procedure, as the Guru or Teacher, who has 
to direct the vrata will be conversant with it and get the 
vratin to do everything that is necessary for the correct 
performance of the vow. For instance, the prayers to be 
ottered arc succinctly given in the text, and also the 
initial words only of the Vcdic mantras to be recited in 
each case, as laid down. A vow having been begun has 
often to be repeated, for periods ranging from a few days 
to a year or years or even for the whole lifetime of the 
vratin. As the vrata has to be begun and done at certain 
"conjunctions", like the lunar day (/iMi), month (m8ea), 
pak*a (lunar fortnight), ayana (half-year), asterism 
(nakfkatra) etc., a tabular statement of the vrata* given 
in this kafija is added as an Appendix (Appendix B. 
pp. 471-478) in which, in addition to the specification of 
time (kola) and the section under which it is brought in by 
the author (vratavibhBga), the particular deities (tUvataft 
that have to be worshipped or propitiated in each vrata 
are indicated against its name. As vrata* have still 
much attraction to people and specially to women, titfe 



may be helpful, The vide prevalence of vows 
as fasts, festivals ad feasts in the .country has 
furnished material for works like M. M. Underbill'. 
Hind* Religious Year (Oxford University Press, 1921), 
iwbkh deals mainly with those in vogue in MahSrSftra. 
and B. A. Gupte's Hindu Holidays and CermoniaU 

(Thacker, Spink, 1919). 

of Laksmldhara is characterised by a 



siear classification and arrangement, which are so good, 
$hat they are closely followed by HemSdri in his huge 
y*atakkanda (section on vows) of his CaturvargacinU^ 
&#*.. That there has been a selection is evident by a 
comparison of the material furnished on vrata*, in the 
literature ftom which Laksmldhara has drawn, with the 
jttatter that he has taken therefrom. Later writers 
shave -not -been so selective. Lakgmldhara has dealt 
anxUt .abent T&S vratas in all, Those dealt with by 
Iem$dri must- be atleast twice the number. Vrat+~ 
^late treatise on the subject, deals with 205 
many of which are notfonnd in Laksmldhara'* 
, with wbiqij; the author is familiar. 



aixSorbs without acknowledgment, virtoaJJy aJJ in a section 
jthat both deal with, He has no independent section 
<of Jbia digest (Ratnztbara} devoted to Vrata; but 
with the paribh^y of vrata (general account) 
(ed. Kamala K|sna Smnitlrtha, 



Indi&(> 1925), p. 45 In the account 
VratadAarmztk (pp. 54-57) he reprodoces, with snort 
what Lakm!dhara has written but baa 



amplified toe brief indications of his original in regard to 
the, tffferen^ parts of a tto, like na 
arid, the grains, medicines 



scents, to^fta), dtepvdi (incense) etc,, and liahts 

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A. feature of ,tfee edition of KftyaratitBfarra is the 
~nce of errors which more careful editing would 



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eliminated. Had Vratakv#4a been available to the 
editor of this section of the Ratn&kara the work would 
have been possible. Cangetfwara deals only with about 
forty vrata* in all. 

By a vow a person brings himself under obligation 
to God, or to a specific deity. A vow is in a sense a 
conditional promise to a higher power. This is the sense 
of a vow in most religions, and is roughly akin to vrata 
in Dharma. 

Many festivals and feats or occasions of rejoicing 
occur through the year for Hindus. They are not to be 
counted as vrata*. 

The provision of a place for Vrata in the Kflytt- 
kalpataru, in which no section on PrByatciiia (which 
occupies a large part in other nibatidha*) has been made, 
will show the great importance that its author attached 
to it. It could not be otherwise as the topic takes up a 
great deal of space in most Puranaa, and the PurSoa is 
among the recognised sources of Dharma (See IntroditC' 
toff, pp. 29-30 of Brahmacorikviuta, G.O.S., CVI, 1948). 
Had he used some of the Purffnas, which he omits to use, 
like Brahmavaivarta, Viwudharmottara and Saura, for 
example, as is done by HemAdri and later writers on 
Vrata, the bulk of his work would have been greater. 
The texts of most PurSpas, printed or lithographed, are 
corrupt and many contain interpolations of a manifestly 
modern character. If and when correct editing of 
PurSoas is undertaken the works of Laksmldhara will 
prove of the utmost value in the restoration of a correct 
text. This may be seen in the many footnotes of this 
kOfufa, in which passages omitted by Laksmidhara or 
HemSdrt or cited inaccurately are drawn attention to. 
The aim has been not to help in the correction of pnrBnic 
texts but to make the text of the top^o complete and self- 
contained. What an amount of labour the task has 
involved will be recognised by thoee who have had to 



wade through the bigger Porto" a the available 
editions. 

The preparation of the text of the kapfa for the Press 
has involved the expenditure of much labour and time. 
In this task as well as in helping to take the work through 
the Press the Editor has been greatly helped, at every 
stage, by Vygkaraoa-ffiromani Pandit N. Ramachandra 
Bhat, of the Adyar Library. Thanks are also due to the 
friends who helped to secure the U jjain text of the 



and also to Dr. B. Bhattacharyya, then Director of 
the Oriental Institute, Baroda, under whose auspices the 
work was undertaken and was being done* His successor 
Mr. G. H, Bhatt has extended to the Editor the same 
consideration and help which makes his task lighter than 
it would have been. Mr. D. V* Syamala Rau, Manager 
of the Vasanta Press* Adyar, Madras, has been helpful at 
every stage of the printing and has kept up the reputation 
of the Press for excellence in printing and promptness. 

"Padmam" K, V. RANGASWAMI 

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Gandhinagar, Adyar, 

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8th Augtut 1953 



CONTENTS 

FAOft 

PREFACE. .....* 

COKTEMTI . . . . .El 

INTRODUCTION i 

Pita of Kftya-kaJptUru , . 

Concept of VrtU ... 

PopuUrity of Vratet . 

Later literature on Vrata . . 

Features of Laksraldhara** work . 

Essentials of Vrata (Vratadhermlfe) . 

What ii not Incompatible with Vrata Performance . xxix 

The Commencement of Vrmt* . . , xiix 

Competence to do VraUa . . 

A-vraUghnlni .... 

Failure to Complete VU , . . EXX! 

Procedure io Vrata . . 

Termination of the Vow . * 

Benedtt of Vratat * . * 

Conclusion . * 



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Appendix A. Index of Work* and Authors cited 

in the Text .... 

Appendix B. Index of VrmU* , , . g*{ 

Appendix C. Index of Works and Aotbott died 

iaFootpott* . . . . 



INTRODUCTION 
PLAN or K$TYA-KALPATARO 

LAKJHMIDHARA follows a definite plan in arranging the 
sequence of the different sections (k&v&a) of his great Digest. 
The first two are devoted mainly to the general obligations of 
the first two Oframa* or stages of life ; and the last section 
describes the life and duties of the last two torama*. The forty 
sacraments (tamtk&r<u) are dealt with in the first two sections ; 
they are obligatory. Besides them there are duties that have to 
be discharged like the performance at appointed times (niyetto- 
Mia) of rites and duties, To their exposition the third %tf<t<&> 
is devoted, The performance of *r&dJiha is an obligation that 
lies on every one, except a Mtnyds/n. The fourth section deals 
with the subject. Gifts (ddna), though not compulsory, confer 
so much merit (tiya) on the giver that the description of the 
various types of gifts and their results takes up the fifth section. 
Similarly, the undertaking of vows and their fulfilment (vrote), 
in their diverse forms, have been regarded as of great efficacy; 
spiritual and materialistic, generally and In specific cases. 
They bold a powerful attraction to people, and the competence 
of all, 'irrespective of sex or twrrsui, to undertake and discharge 
neb vows make it of great importance to all people. In the 
same way* pilgrimage* to sacred places and baths in holy streams 
and the conditions under which they can be made properly 
Invest the treatment of tlrtka with importance, and the eighth 
Ai9t0 is devoted to It. Installation and dedication of places 
and objects of worship, as representing divinities, and the 
manner IB which each such divinity should be worshipped tak 
sip two further sections, viz., prati#k* and p*j*. Personal 
Impurity or untoucbabiiity it of divers* Mods and may 
many way*, *\f ., from birth or death within a family droltC 
oatun aad ttaratimi of UM period for whkb th 

Ji^^Wlp^^W^W ^^^^^^W ^^^^W'^W^^^^^^^ ^^^w ^^^p^v gp^^V^^P^p ^r^^^f . ^^.SSP^^PPw^ ^M^E 



impurity (amMEM) testa are dealt wftb In tbe tenth Me+te. 
A king hM personal duties as well as obligations arising Iron 
his position ss heed of the community and the slat*. The tetter 
may be described as comprehending a knowledge of the do ties 
(fttorma) of every one and of every kind, and the obligation to 
see that these duties are properly discharged. The penal powers 
of the king (dayf*) are for enforcing the rales. The eleventh 
A*wf is devoted therefore to tUjmdkmvmm, in the narrower 
sense of the specific obligations of the raler. Every one in 
society has to know what his rights, functions and obligations 
are, and how when they are violated or infringed be can secure 
protection and redress. The definition of these, as well as 
offences, and the description of the ways in which complaints 
may be adjudicated on, comprise the largest section of the 
Digest, via. Vyovofctar, and It forms the twefth AAaete. Failure 
to do enjoined acts on special conjunctions may cause misfortune 
in tbfs life and harm ta the Hfe to come. Means of overcoming 
the efl* <* stMJb s^t$ c^ oints^lont ttib) ^ the penultimate 
tUNfr, the tWrtsenar, wWch ts devoted to iMvpM^lnvCfwMO. 
Tnv psrfornaooe of propttftttory rites Is only swWSstf; and the 
********* falls to perlorm them must reap tbe consequences. 
tft Ifcfr fsats, stfftK rites are not of the same character as the 
#bts that one is benmd to perform, like those described in the 
trst four ***. In a comprehensive treatment of Dbanna, 
*tt#t has thus a place, though its enforcement is not part of tbe 
state's duty. 

COWCXPT OF VKATA 



LekamMhefa does not ofler a definition of tvws* bat begtes 
wtth ptelse of *** (ere^fwiewr) end its benefits in this Use 
and to the Hereafter. Prom tbe performance of vw*t spring 
enjoyment of worldly happiness <ftintisie*leM) and tbe 

Hitvivti***^ ^ vllPtMJel T4*W VlwMlsW/f sWivsVeMlTMsVIIWsW \|ls 1^* ePl4MM 9* NMI 

duties that have been indicated ia cycte after cycle <yyyeyi 
have even a sbrteeath-part ef tbe lustre (eelJei rs/sitsi) ef 
vnrta (p. 2). The performance of tbe 
baths, gifts, fire-rites, worship ef deifies etui fasting 

Vn>yjiV>r> ewwftiD, T* Hemadrl. to bte 
on w* (p* 6> A* tbeeeace 



sxffl 

Absence off any very special feature in mla is indicated by their 
numeration (ttcna vratakha^a pratipadhit&nam dharmAQ&m 
t&dk&rayatvam tflci/am), (ib. p. 6). Raghunandana in hit 
Vratatatva, (vol. I, pp. 150-161 of Smftitatva) alto avoids 
any attempt to define vrata but proceeds to describe the genera] 
way of beginning one. Later writers have attempted definitions, 
springing from the etymology of the term vrata. Vrata is 
derived from ]% ' to choose ' or varayam (rrtkara, atktn* 
There are wa/a that are abligatory like the wwftf- 
of the initiated acolyte (bratimacdrin) that are mentioned 
to the Dharmasdtras. The applicability of the term vrata to sncb 
duties will be hardly justifiable even by regarding the rite of initia- 
tion (upanayana) as voluntary, since it it obligatory, with all its 
adjuncts, from its being a sacrament (tamtkSra), But, ordinarily, 
the vrata* that are described in treatises like Laksmfdbara's art 
undertaken from a belief in their potency, and not because their 
performance is inescapable. Bearing in mind vrita* that have 
to be followed for long terms, N&rflyaoopftdhyftya defines vrata 
as the result of resolves (tamkalpa) to be followed for long periods 
of time (ttlrghakAlAnupala*lyaamka!po vratah.) NyAyakov* 
(ed. 1928* p. 8S1) avoids a definition by simply describing vm!aa 
resolve (niyame) on eating (bkakwavirtw niyetm^ rf|) 
i\t. fitting or taking a tingle meal a day, or avoiding certain 
kinds of food. It further describes vnr! as taking the form of 
acts to be done as the result of well- thought out resolves 

It proceed* 



to describe a vnrt* at having a two-fold form i for pmjiH and 
for uleflK, the former consisting in the use of specific things 
or food, or worship (pn/ama), and the latter in 



fasting (a0**s). The latter again is of three kinds, vi*. nity*, 
(normal and obligatory), like fatting oa the eleventh lunar day, 
(dtafatl}, nrtmiUUui (occasional, like cairrff^jwtm), and **my* 
(optional). The bulk of wwtot are of the last class. In 
Qfk*#1u**rt* (p* 274) the expressioo of Manu (IV, 13-14) 
"tmMMtttftiJ *kir*y* ** is explained by Laksmldbara tbot.i a 
resolution based on ****re that 'this should be done by me f 
and 'this should not be don* by me 1 It vtJ (twwMtt Mew 



interprets the expression * *r*t*-*iyam\ in a quotation from 
KJUryapa, stating the rules for the idea) householder (fff******) 
as Yama-niyamAk, making yama the equivalent of vrata. In a 
challenging dictum, distinguishing between the force of yam* 
and niyama, Mann lays down (IV, 204) that even when 
one is in distress he should observe inhibitions (yamjn) but need 
not observe what are enjoined (ntyam**)* This dictum has 
been rightly interpreted by Medhatitht, not as permitting the 
neglect of enjoined duties (niyamtn), but as indicating, in cases 
of a conflict of duties, the preference of 'inhibitions' to 
' prescriptions *. Bnebler hss therefore correctly rendered the 
spirit of Mann by translating yama as " paramount doty ** and 
niyama as ' minor duty '. (See, Introduction Jo <?r*sf0*ft<r, 
p. 91). A verse of Vyisa cited in OrArslAA4itVi by Laksml- 
dhara (p. 302) classifies ahiauA (abstention from causing pain), 
90tyavacanam (troth-telling), bramacaryam* akaUtat* (freedom 
from ostentation) and a*t*y*m (avoidance of theft) as five virtues 
which are both sst* and u<ff, tans making the two terms 
synonymous. If the fotorpretation of JNRSS* ky MoAoftfftbi to 
accepted, n onrto becomes, in Boabler a worda, n pufumount 
dot? ', and Ha optional character fades. In a passage from 
V*r*kap*r*oa cited by Hemldri (I. 322) a distinction is made 
between mtntal and physical vrata, m4na*a and ktyika, A Afou*, 
so/ycrm, tsttcyam, brakmacaryam and akalmaftrm (freedom from 
Impure thoughts or deeds) are described as mental vrwtee 
(mtncn&ni 0nrt4fiil), while taking only one meal on n day 
(tkabkaktam), taking only a night meal (0*fm). fasting 
(mJKXvas&ibrm) etc. are bodily (*4vt*) vralam, A vow (swr*) 
is ennobled by the procedure that precedes and accompanies its 
performance. 

In Vedic literature vraia occurs frequently in the sense of 
an act that *** to be done (nns|ejMi Axifmif). In the famous 
passage in the MakibUtnrt* (XIII, 127) the paramount duty of 
a wife as devotion to her husband, loyalty (*>o*) as as that of 
a minister to bis king, and protection of the subjects and 

'Wll'^wcl VRRI * 



devotion to no other act (ananyakarmatS.) as that of the King are 
all described as their vrata, .*. paramount, selfmposed duty. 
Though not coming under any of the vratat described in 
treatises on the subject, Dillpa's devoted attention to the 
daughter of the Kftmadhenu whom he had unconsciously offend- 
ed , making him childless, is described by KalidAsa. Ragriuvaipra t 
(Il t 25), and is characterised as hi* upholding a vrata lot the 
purpose of getting a son. 1 

POPULARITY OF VRATAS 

The attraction of vrata* springs from the beneficent results 
reported in the Purftnas to have spring from their performance, 
in Purnic legends and to be assured to performers by sages or 
semi-divine or divine beings in whose mouth descriptions of 
vratat or their ..'efficacy are put. This is seen generally in 
the instances given in the panegyric (^raramsd) on Vraia by 
Lakjmldhara (pp. 2-3} and Hcmadri (I, pp. 317-324). The 
description anil prescription of individual vrata* are put into 
the mouths of sages or divine beings, and are to be deemed 
as revelation. The sources of vrata literature are thus mainly 
the liihAia* and Purloas. The omission to describe or prescribe 
individual vrata* in imr/if generally cannot be deemed as 
diminshing their authoritativeness, as wnf/ia are not the only 
sources of Dharma. As Dharma is enjoined conduct, the in* 
culcation of vrata*. and the way in which they should be done* 
nave the same weight and authority as Sm/7i' prescription. 

That afwffi* did not deem vratat, as unobltgetory, or as not 
Dharma, is seen by occasional prescriptions of vratat, even in 
DbarmatOtra*. like Apastamba, II, **, 3*9, (nft infra, p. 399) 
on itJ9aff0JrpJr0wafam, and Visnu (4$ 1-8) on dvadarlvratam 
in tbe ' white fortnight * (rnkt(tpaka) of the month of mtrga- 
and the attainment of the heaven of Visnu 



by the person who performs it all hit life (t'n/. p. 310). A second 
citation Irtm Vifou (89, 1-4) on the merits of baths and fire-rites 
in tbe month of kArtikn, making a person lose thereby tbe bad 

* Go**rtfr*vvrf <>cribd ta Hvmidrl ft. SOJ'Stt) raMwWM tbto, la 
Sa*MiM fit, ) itor* ! rrtmmw la * Vvmtm by DofjNuiMi't VOUMT, tar 
wtoMimiMi >wfwr IM to **"" * ' VVWAV *** <MM> * *** 

||p jr e 



effects of all the tint incurred in tn* preceding year, occur* on 
p. 418 inf. It is noteworthy that Hemidri doe* not make sock 
citations from Xpastantba mod Vtsno oo vrvftr*. 

LATER LITIRATURB ON VIUTA 

The immense si*e of the great Porlpas in which descrip* 
tions of the different vrates occur with the need to have coo* 
venient manuals containing extracts from them has led to the 
composition of special works on **. Like Lekemldbara, 
Hemldri regards the sabject as an important part of Dbertna- 
etstra and as entitled to treatment in a *ib**4ka (digest) dealing 
with the * fourfold aims of existence * (c*t*r*trga). He there* 
fore devotes the largest section of his Cahtroargaciml^mm^i to 
vrata*. This section is virtually based on Laksmldhara** 
Vrataktwta, as will be seen from my footnotes. Hemtdri's 
work contains omission* and incorrect citations to which 
attention baa bean drawn In the footnote*. After Hemadri. the 
ttnthor of no complete rV'TinnflansTfta. nilh ihs sir*|iliun uf 
Mltrauivra, attempted to devote * section of hie digeat to 
Vmt*. * Mitramlera's great digeat, VlimifnMtoy*. has a special 
Section devoted to Vrttta (named Fml^m4) which is the 
largest section of the nibomdh*. The late Bebn Covinda Dtea 
estimated its U as 22,650 granthaa. When printed it will be 
even larger and more thorough than Hemldri's Vrmtmkktitm 
(2 Vols., BiUiotktca tndte*, 1879). STankarabhatl*, the ton of 
the famous Nllaklotha Bhaft*. the author of the twelve 
*!?*, wrote a bug* work on the subject named VMM* 
(the name significantly recalls that of bis father's digeat JBAy. 
wtftfe-BMCsftm). It baa been printed twice (Lnckaow. 1878, 
1881). Dr. P. V. Ran* mentions another treatise on ?***, 
composed about 1705 by * Citpftvana Brlbman* named 9*nk*m 
and named a Vr*to*y*p< n >-k*mm*<n (printed at Bombay ia 
1863). Aaotber work on Vrvfts, also composed by a Citplvana 
at Benares (c. 1736 A.D.)* i* the Vr*t*rjjm of Viwanitha. which 
baa been printed by the SM Venkaterwar Free*, Bombay, in 
1926, The ranowned Kamaltkara Bbaft* (c. 1623) rnmpo**d * 
treatise on Vrat* (Vr*t*kmal***r*), which doe* not appear to 
bave been printed yet. But, 



sxvu. 

descriptions of Vtafm, and of the procedure to b followed in 
vrata* generally and in special vrata*. Smjiikauttubha of 
AnanUdeva (Niraayasigara ed., 1909) teems to have been com- 
posed about the middle of the 17th century. It contains sections 
on Vrata*. Kftyartraiamuccay* of Amrtanltha Ojha, which 
has also been printed at Bombay, is another work in which 
vntta* are treated of. . The last three are drawn upon by 
Jaganoitha S'istri Hosinga in his tabular classification of frafo* 
published by Saraswatlbhavan at Benares (1929) under the title 
of VrataJtcar*. VmtarjJ* gives many purintc stories or legends 
(Justfcs) in relation to many vrata*. The aim is manifestly an' 
appeal to make common people follow them. 

FEATURES OF LJUCSMIDBAKA'S won* 

Avoidance of unnecessary matter is one of the characteris- 
tics of the Kftyakalpatant. Certain topics of an astrological 
nature* for instance, which are given in treatises of the kind are 
omitted by him. It i not done because he attaches no import- 
ance to them, but because they are likely to be attended to by 
the* f rm who has to guide every vrala performance. A vrat* 
depends on a conjunction of circumstances or times. The lunar 
day (!tt*0, the asterism (imAp0Jr) on which a specific lunar day 
falls, the) month (mtfM), the nature of the fortnight from a lunar 
standpoint (rwftto, or * bright,' and ATOMS or 'dark*), and the 
conjunction of particular *MUs, asterisme and months or week- 
days give importance to a specific vrottf, which has to be begun 
at the conjunction. In some *wf*e the performance at the 
conjunction (e* . N*x*p**o*ml'9ntfa) ends with the day (p. 87). 
But, in other vr**tf there has to be repetition at every similar 
conjunction, or every month ranging from seven to twelve months* 
and In some cases for life. Thus the *tf<*0v*>* (Sunday) ***** 
which has to be started when the Sunday coincides with the 

ism Ha** has to be repeated for ate succeeding Sundays, 



(p. 25). Tbefwrfew Sunday (rfltyNf*ft) r*e are to be done for 
Iteelee months, and they may begin on the conjunction of a Sunday 
with a particular mouth and asterism (pp. 1O-24). Monday enrttos 
are to be done lor ufae succeeding Mondays, and the TsMseif 



atteriim niti and continued lor eight eacceeding Tuesdays, 
Tb 4 **ngcul**nvratam, which ia to be begun oo a Sunday 
that coincide* with th* aaterisma *aa*0, **j* or *m*rvm**, ia 
to be continued on every Sunday for thirteen month* (p. 29). 
The Aviyogairitlyfvrata (pp. 70-73) ia to be done every tritly* 
in the bright fortnight for a year. VinAyak*cat*rttorat* should 
be continued for two jpumrj, on every oatmrtil (p. 79). Another 
oatmrttvrta is done only for four months (p. 62). The <* 
taptamivarla ia to be done for a year continuously, and repeated 
all life (p. 107>. The list ia not axfaaaativa and ia only 
illustrative. 

ESSENTIALS OF VftATA (V*ATAPHAJtMl#) 

Hemidri cites a passage from Vrtf*pwr*iM (I. p. 321) 
indicating the mental and physical conditions of a proper perform* 
anceofawol*. These are *kim*. 



constituting the mental cooditionai and a single meal 



aad complete fast mi the day of the 
phyalaai anintlali of a *rwt*. The person who does a 
t he pare ia body and mind, and take his osual bath. 
aad in some cases take three baths ia the day. The *Ja 
{partial starvation with food taken only at night) is to be on the 
day prior to the ***, aad the single day meal (tkattAmkta) oa 
the day prior to it. The time for taking the nigbt-food ia dea- 
cribed by some autboritiea aa two ****** before sunset, aad 
by others aa after the stars are visible. *W. well afterannaaU A 
r*4 abonld not eat oa the feat day, sleep by day. gamble or 
have sexual -intercourse. Ha should not have aa oil bath. Ia 
moat twwfea, food with aalt or oil ataat ha avoided. The wvrtfe 
should ordinarily sleep on the ground (p. . aad 159. 176) aad 
eat on the floor, He should coatrol hie amotioaa. be calm, aad 
perform bis daily obligatory rites. In some evla the reading 
of the &b4r0 la HI i unintended (p. 46). The ewfte muet 
avoid cottveraatioa with inAdela, wtraatea and heretica. He 
must not contact lepers aad paraoaa auflering from such "ffrratsa 
In aome *r***. the aiatiag day should be speat ia reading the 
and ftuioaj (p. 1WX frr 



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cooked food (when ting!* meals are allowed) is forbidden. 
On the upavtoa (fast day) other persons have to be fed a thus, 
on DantpatyA*t4mlvrata day Brahman married couples must be 
feasted (p. 257). In KaOvratam (p. 266) fight Ui&hmaoas and 
tight virgins have to feasted. Flesh and liquor (swrdt) are to be 
used as naivcdya (offering to the gods) snd in feeding 
Brlhmaoas (p. 282), but this is exceptional. In practising 
Varanavamlvrata only cakes of flour should be eaten by the 
vratim for nine years (p. 299). The vratin must consume curds 
at midnight in Davamlvrata (p. 509). For Mat*yadvOda*\vrata 
jthe vratim must bathe in a river flowing into the sea (p. 512) 
and sleep in a temple (p. 512). In PutrmkAmotvrat* (p. 374) 
a barren wife moat be fed for three days on milk and rice 
only. 

WHAT Is MOT INCOMPATIBLE WITH VRATA PERFORMANCE 

Among them are cleaning teeth and using flowers. A 
married woman might use collyrium, betel (tambdla) red ochre, 
and wear red clothes. A widow practising a vraia should be 
clad like a **#&* (HemAdri. I, 551). 

THE COHUEMCEMEKT OF A VRATA 

The vml should be begun on the date on which the 
specific conjunction of month, day, tit hi t and asterism occur. It 
abouUI be begun in the morning hours after the daily uxmdhy* 
and other obligatory duties have been done after a lustral beta. 
If e married woman is to do **** she must bathe completely 
(sMiMMft e0 JwtrjwJ- **lri0a*$) and after bath she should inform 
bar boabaml of her desire and obtain his permission IHaHvamva, 
cited by Hemtdri, I. p. 529) to begin it. The vrati* should 
take a copper vessel foil of water in his bands (*m4mmt*rmm 
pttram) and declare bis intention or resolve to perform the emrt*. 
This is known as *mkalp*. If the *imk*lpa is not fulfilled, an 
expiatory rile la imposed. This tamkalpa should be done *f en 
on the dey prior to the wwl* day, when the wmtt* reaoffsf J& 
. feat doting the day and take food only nt night (mOAtm). |f a 
la meivelUilsv 

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of resolve (smuMfrr) holding tba water in bis or bar prim*. 

(Vrataraja, p. 2). SOrya and other gods should ba worshipped 

before the tamkalpa. This it an essential part of tha commence* 

meat of a mrato according to a versa from Biuni*7*fi*r*9* 

cited by Hemidri. A vfddki-vrMd** should ba dona bafora tba 

wata is begun, according to Sfetatapa (Miiiiatva* In *ljvrrf*a 

fcfrflia *inel s*i4maA0. Ordinarily, for a lull watt no food 

should bs taken in daytime on tba day previous to tba 

actual performance of svwttr. and no food at night on tba 

day previous to tba Utter. On tba ***** day. tba sv*t 

should oberve a total fast. All authorities land tba merit 

(spiritually) of a total fast or mp*9*** for which an etymology 

of signiacanca is given ; " That is known as >atMlM (association). 

which consists in avoidance of all enjoyment (amaMafMtrf. 

wtrjaxa) eating being tha chief of these and whicb consists 

in the parson living so, after giving op all sins <*jMr r fljy 

^/w*Wyafr>". But, doting a fast, if one is unable to 

resist thirst ba caa drink water. (Hetaftdri. I^SIS). Other 

things that do not destroy an *}m*m am wator, foots, 

fruit, milk, ore-rites, and oblation (fan*), what to desired 

by Brthmaoa (Sr**a*Ma*ta|)w}, tba words of a Cora and 



COMPBTBUCE TO DO VlUTAS 

Both nan and women of all WWTMW, anmarriad girls, and 

(according to a varaa of D**t*r*** said by 
to ba cited by Hemidri (fcrafo ml*,vk*mm**tym4kiMr9 i*i 
HtmMniM Dp^ryitM). Tba Brthmaoa might do tba ritaa 
himself, under tba gnidaooa of tba Hurst, bat a 9todra or a woosaa 

waaHHi IP^ waw^pssw ^Hn^^^nf ^*f WMNMBFWW^^S^ST weflpeej vvg^n* WWI^WI^Waia^a'^ ^^w si^si^w ewei ^-ejs^aF 

case of a married woman or a widow whb a ion, or by tbe Our** 
and tba Sandra only by tba Onrau A widow most begin tba 
vnrta only with tba consaat of bar 100. if aba baa one, or of tba 
Gum if aba is soalass. A *m*y* (virgin) most nava tba pamia- 
sion of bar father to undertake a svwr . Tba famous varaa of 
Mann (V. 155) is not a prohibition of a woman doing a ** 
but of her doing it alone (without tba oo oparattosi of tha 
if 



A-VRATAOHMXlfl 

A famous verve enumerates certain things that do not 
conflict with the discharge of a vow. They are water, roots, fruit, 
milk, fiavi* (an oblation offered to the Sacred Fire, like clarified 
butter), what is desired by a Brfthmaos, the words of a Brfihmena 
Guru and medicines (Hemadri, I., p. 333) Harlta is cited in 
VratarAja for the dictum that the vratin should avoid conversa- 
tion with ontcastes (patita), heretics (p&khavfa) atheists 
(*<**/*) etc., and should not use cosrse (ar/l/a) or untruthful 
.words (p. 4). Should an outcasts be seen by the vratin when 
engaged in his vow, he should look at the Sun to expiate the 
sin (to. 4). If the vratin hears the speech of a woman In 
menses (ra/0sv0U) f a camUte, one who has committed the great 
sins (mah*p*taki*) t or a woman recently delivered <*rt*4), an 
ontcaste (patita) and a washerman (rajaka), he should expliate 
it by repeating the gfiyatrt (described as V-fm<H4), 1008 
times. 

An upavdta (fast) is ruined by sleep in daytime, by dicing, 
by sexual intercourse, but drinking water when excessively 
thirsty does not vitiate it. (.inf. p. 4). 

FAILURE TO COMPLETE A VRATA 

If a vow is broken by failure to act up to the rules govern- 
ing it. it may be resumed after an expiation which consists ia 
tonsure of the bead and absolute fasting for three days (*/. 
p. 191). tf having commenced a vrata, the vratin dies before 
completing it, be gets the full benefit of the vrafa, even as if it 
bad been successfully completed. The rule is like that of a 
pilgrim having commenced a pilgrimage to a IfrfJWr but dying 
before completing it. If a woman begins a vrofff, and when 
observing AviM is tainted by menses, there should be no 
interruption of the fast but the jW* and other parts of the vratff 
should be carried out for hereby another. (Satyavrata cited in 
p. S.) 



1 





PROCKDUKB m VIUTA 

After the partial fasts on the two previous days, and after 
baths, mod daily religion! duties, lb vow should be commenced 
by the vraiin under the guidance of the Otum. In most vnofcM 
special deities have to have 4/4 done to them in the form 
prescribed. For each vrata there is a special divinity. lo 
Appendix B an alphabetical list of Vr*Ja dealt with in this 
fctyfto is given, in which the time for the v*ef (Ml*), and ibe 
specific points to be noted in the selection tike fit*!, M0*aetffr, 
4ro, **!, sawvwsfartt of the date for doing a ***, are 
indicated along with the deity (rf*vrf4) who is to be invoiced, 
propitiated and worshipped at the vrat*. In many vntta* Are* 
rites (hcroana) are necessary. In worship, the deity is to have 
incense (dhtpa), waving of lights (in which camphor is nsed to 
start the flame), sandal paste scented with special ingredients, 
and flowers of different kinds. These are indicated in the 
descriptions of each crater, as needed. Red flowers are to be 
used in some cases; In some oases the flowers of the avn* plant, 
sacred to Sttrya, are to be nsed. Prayers or sacred names of 
specifto deities, are to be muttered or altered in a low voice 
(/**) in each tvo*a. 4*00*4 is to be done to deitiea la 
prescribed words or names. The Vedic verses or formulae to be 
used are indicated, as needed in the accounts of each vrote 
Tba *fefva or food offered to a deity varies with the deity 
and also with the time when the ***** is done (cl. p, 35 in/-) s 
ttraa, cooked barley is to be used on the fourteenth lunar day, 
fnrfto on the aUrth lunar day. and clarified butter on ttJaVef. 
Pungent food is to be ordinarily avoided both in ***> and to 
consumption, later on by vrmtf* or guests (p. 43). Salt is to 
be ordinarily avoided, and especially in specified cases. In 
the month of J>Aa%* mnlssssa (f **0 shoold be avoided, 
whereas in certain vrwfav food sweetened with sugar is pres- 
cribed (p. 68). The mtJe) most keep awake all night in aome 
vr*fo* (p. 72). OrdiaarOy be must not sleep in bed on the mat 
day, but must lie on the ground. 

On special vratn be should sleep on *** grass CaWMa> 
ayana). The images to be worshipped or given away at gift* 
are to be made of specified metals (gold, silver or 



xxxiii 

Ordinarily oil is to be avoided (p. 100). The vraiin should 
avoid slanderers, bad men generally, heretics, outcastes and 
atheists, as well as persons suffering from incurable disease like 
leprosy. He should maintain mental calm and be devout. 

Gifts are to be made to the Guru (in money, clothes etc) 
as well as to Brlhmaoas at the end of the vow. They are to be 
given also the tutivtdya, offering to the Fire or the deity 
worshipped in the oral*. In some vratat virgin girls are to be 
fed and in others married couples. 

TERMINATION OF THE Vow 

The end of the vnrfa is termed 4raswt, "crossing**, which 
is also the name of the day following the accomplished fast. 
The vrwrtn, eats, and also feeds guests, and specially the 
indigent, helpless, and hnngry. But infidels, atheists, and 
manifest sinners are to be kept out of the feast. The word 
j*jffw0a has now come to mean the feast following the accomp- 
lished vrwf a. 

BENEFITS or VRATAS 

Unlike obligatory duties, a vnrfa is undertaken and fulfilled 
to attain a specific object. The object to be gained dictates 
the choice. A vrata is not a duty done for its own sake (i*. 
nitkAmya-kmrm*). Gum* therefore select the vrata that will 
enable a person to gain a cherished object, otherwise unattain- 
able* Thus a wife, with a fickle husband, observes a vrata to 
secure bis fidelity and to prevent his being attracted by another 
woman. Childless parents practise a vrata to obtain mate 
offspring. Girls who are unmarried participate In wttte* to 
marry happily. Princes who have lost their thrones practise 
vmfcM to regain then. Princes who lack courage to master 
their enemies obtain the quality and success over enemies by 
practising a specified two**. A widow does a vrata so that in the 
next birth she might escape the misfortune. The results of a 
OTB** thus extend beyond a lifetime. For most ***, Invoivtaf 
the propitiation of specific deities, happy ills lor vast periods in 
the* heaven of tltoee tWtits la mmiissil It si ill Ik Jrftilf ! I 

JMV^V i^^wwi w ^^mi ^IP^P ^^fmi^^^^f ^^^PW^PI^^^BP ^^^ ^w"^p^^^^^^^^^^^ ^ .^ww^^^v^w v ^^> > tHBJ|SnHl^ v ^^ v e> 



mated by a war*, but the next birth will be free from the 
trouble* of the present, which make the tvstfta petform the vow. 

CONCLUSION 

The specific nature of the ends that are attainable by the 
performance of vrata*, and their normal availability and easiness, 
as compared with hard lives of austerity and devotion (*4f/*u) 
which lead to extinction of rebirth, give their wide attraction to 
vratai to ordinary persons, and make them specially attractive 
to those who labour under distress*, The Porinas are foil of 
descriptions of vrta* t and the later Purioaa vfe with the earlier 
in multiplying and changing the vows described in the earlier. 
L*ksmtdhara*s work is the />* exhaustive but compact 
treatise on this important subject. His systematisalion of the 
vows and arrangement is so thorough that Hemidri, in the 
Vra*akM0*4a of bis huge digest (Cf rwwf ae/*^wr<tO. closely 
follows Lakemldhara's arrangement, aad literally absorbs his 
entire work, amplifying and enlarging ft by additional extracts 
from other Pnrloas, and prefixing a long account out the Dbarma 
basis ef the subject, Later writers are not able to excel 
Lakftnldhara and Heaidri, and they enlarge on topics omitted by 
ASM or other of the two, such as the occasions that are astrologi- 
43ally unfit for vrtttes, even if the other conjunctions that eon* 
atitota the appropriate vrtrta are available. Doubtless, Laksml- 
dhara could not have overlooked this aspect, bat as a wsrt* is 
chosen by a vraiin on the advice of a competent 0*rv, the 
rejftcttpa of times lor vrrto*, which satisfy the features that are 
fffquiced but are astrologkaUy unfit (*. when the planet 
Bfhaspeti is in Simbartsri or is eclipsed or darkened, or io 
decline,. or &kra is similarly situated or a nfoasJs* or inter* 
calary month. 

Difficult times make people tarn to means of ovarcocaing 
them.* The main attraction of roe would be this. The 
apace and labour devoted by taksmldhara to the subject thus 
reflects not only the importance of vrmtm In a comprehensive 
account of Bbacma, but the great need for their pesformanoe in 
the great empire in which the chief minister*a pptitteti was bald 
after his father by Laksmldhara, 



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4 Thii line is omitted by both 
by %. . II,, H%*. 

5 Comment reproduced 
6 

7 



mod W MSS. but toppliwi 



II 




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i 



3 This UM it oml*4 by bolb W and * MSS twt 
by Hwnldri. . U n 

4 

5 

6 After ibis Hcmldri citt thirty tbiM ad * haU VTMS bt ttoy 
iw not found in both HI mad MSS. 




[fm 




J 

2 Tb* fotlowio* thr Hnet wr omitted 

3 m <inn!iti^Ni tawmME. n. n.. HII. 

4 



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*i! v in 






fiinqnr H 



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11 




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11 



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IT. 
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5 wvMud ui^i^miDi a wo. ...... %. 



f gmfm w s 




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2 

3 
4 
5 Hcm*drifcddt m HIM a/ur this ; 

1 1 



7 

8 
9 



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6 

7 ^S^ii 
8 



wt : ml ^ssasr ^nwn uinn: n 



-.JS..^k.^g^_ ______ -.. 

WlWnS**! 



1< ^13(1 MI II 



11 
n 



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tl 
n 

ll 



II 
: n 



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1 Th following four linti nr mining in both iff tnd 9 MSS* 
Supplied by Hemftdrt. 

2 This line t rend tfter the following four Itnti by Htmidrf* 

3 HemAdri ornitfi thin tine but adtls three linw: 

mi WRE, v 1 ^ wit *iw i fifirtt "i wt wl ^ftiwt *i aw* 

wiw<HHWi n 
4 

5 1.*. U* 

6 



ft* srmtPr iron* 




II 



in m nd . MS5; Supplied by Hmldri 
3 Hemtari adds m limt ft*r this : 



4 

5 

6 
7 

8 




2 W and MSS. omit VWTM in tb* middto by ffttdinff ' 



4 ThM two UCHM miMUMT in nr sad 9 MSSi Soppttod fcy 
ri 

f 



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5m 



n 




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2 Tbme two IIQM mn mtMiof 10 m ami 9 MSS; Supplied by 
Hwntdri. 

3 Hwnldri hm tb^M two VWMS in ih pUc of itw mbov* V*TM : 

3 ^ we i 



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IfPl 



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*rrir 
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2 

3 
4 



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i||Rl!R W ^llff *II*liM WUHIW^r II 



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2 

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mmr ft rfhrat ftnas n 



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2 



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5 

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iw wcr wwr 9 vi ftrSfc u 



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ftwn 
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4 Hemldri rapradocM th comment ami mddt : f Mfli f 

5 i*i: 



"f Wlf TWlJCTH * 

IWIT 99 it 



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Bi 

u 



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3 Comraatit reprodacad by Htmidri. 

4 



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4 
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3 ilemldri comments : 



4 Hemldri commemn: 
* * 



S Hamftdri comments ; 



3 



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3 V 1 3 ^lit II 



wrt *rra sw n ftwn u 



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8 



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3 

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3 w*f%?l**ft; IB? 

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8 

3 



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2 
3 
4 

5 

6 
7 
B 

9 
10 

11 

12 

13 



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rfwi srs u 




ft 






jftiiBiPi u 



Hamidri 



4 gs^lwpk *nf 51. 

5 JP^W^^TT^^cI**" 'llji 

6 njpwiwijfrt 1 -t|. 
7 

8 

9 fBplwnPUlt wmt wmiwt %. 




ftnif 



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3 Kemftdrt adds two vcre at the and : 
i ^ *ia,l|Rlf4 tflJtfkftlft ^RW; t 



u 



5 

6 %- 

7 *ll 



Hlflf 



8 The following two line* ure not found in rriadVMSSj 
SoppUed by %Jflfit 




H. l. 



4 

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wit i 







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*^ *^ __ Bk. 

vncivn. 



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ufauiiji 



i %. 




%. 



3 The following vere in not found in !T and V MSS : Supplied 
by Hemftdrt. 
4 
5 ^flf: it fi*igf*!lti 'iwi wwwwfir ' 

i, * ffilf *J]*i^^tl4^^^ * f% gfJ&Wf (colophon) 

t * 



6 *!?* 3T> And ipfn* r*ftd : 

7 * wSwrttow w* ffftr it 






3 Comraant reproduced by %*nfit 
4 

S 

6 



2 Comment reproduced 

3 Hemftdri read* : ' 



II 







ftnd comment* : 



4 Comment reproduced 




^tsflrftr 



II 



%ftr4i 



5 Se footnot* 5 pi 57. 







I) 



Bn *t 



%. 



4 

5 Hemfldri adds after this ; 



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3 



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7 



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i fWI^ l^ Jl^***" 1 * *fl*lflMIIW^ l '8lH 1 KRWp): 5pl ftfflKR t ** 
Hemftdri'5 version of the citation from mty<W read* that: 

' MK^wMwilii ymOi ^nri'Dt ^ i 



i $**uD *i5*H(t*(5B^) ^ WSf^ ifiNwf % i 
etc. %, n, L, 

6 SJPPilte'S -% 
7 




i 
2 

3 



7 
8 

9 



H*m*iri 




4V il| 4U|4U 




3 Hemftdri atlda a verse after this : 



u 



4 

S 

6 The following two lines are omitted by HtmKdri. 



8 



lo fiiw9T 

jl 1. ^^^^^^^i^^^b 

**nTi 




2 
3 

4 

5 

6 Line not found n WT od 



fl ft 

II 



MSi ; Supphfhd by 




9 L.ine not found in %* 

10 
1 ] 




fiitnNtsPr 7 $*fef M 
rRrarifo **ftsflr 



2 

2 Hamftdri reads two lines in the place of this half verse ; 



: u 



3 

4 naf: 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

9 



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g 



II 




II 

] 



, 



ft 



: n 



frwtar 'ftnsif ftiwt ^wt"t 



n 



3 ^tMM 



1 Hcmldri ornii thi 



tiul there m A fonifiole 




7 'i'ft HfWM ..... % 




3 

* 4 
5 
(6 
7 
8 
9 

10 



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^^^ ^^^ M ^.^^^^^ M ^^^^^^ k 

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4 Comment reproduced by Htmidh. 

5 Comment reproduced by Hernidrt 

6jfr an_H_^ M nirf -, ..* w ^ 
f ^gpi TO i<Hmft*q[ ^ff , 5F f f ; 

10 



ft ft 

ti 



n 



sft*iwiBi(Ji' 



dfc__a^-._. ________________ 




44^*4% II 



4 ffir 



ti 



3 

4 



i i *1 <iJ|jCT I^NI Ifll <PIHMt J 




2 Hcrnldri add* ihe*a v*re alfr 

iHn 
1 * w u 



3 Hemfcdn vend this ver* thit* ; 



tgf 



5 Hemftdri omit* the **( two tmi bat adds ib* 



II 



6 Hamftdrt omits the next two I me* but *ddm ib foUowio 



f 

war; u 



^ffftror forncm ^ 



g 



?t ^iii^i g 5^* ITOT ifl^ ii 



^ ^.^^^^^^^ ^^^^^t ^^^^i^gJLJ^^ ^^M^MWMMM^rt^HI ft ft 

^i<H9if HT "TOH HiH^^r II 



ii 



trornaim 6 g^^ifii sr^iw^ 7 *44i^^ t 






4V xnsnRRT ^i ^Rftftr u 



2 Hernttdrt reads this line thu : 
and adds the following: 



II 



f^WWtt 

it 



3 Hemttdri reads this line thus : 
and omiu the next three tines but adds the following 

iHiwta, II 
S ^Sfe i 

it 



: ti 

4 

5 
(5 

7 



g sbnftr flrfhsr 



2 Hemldri add a Jin* alter 

m^^fA mm^JLmASt _ ___ 

W ffiw^ gt """ 

3 tw v mWl %i spum 

4 Lin* omttMd by H*mAdn 





1 3 

14 Lioa oroiiMd 




%. 



%. 



3 
4 

5 

O 

7 The following five litres are not found in *T and m MSS ; 

Supplied by Vnfit- 

M *fc *h. *^ *- "^ 

8 wfi'WMWMy, f. 

9 wat i ^W 4iij|ii4 I^^'iPNW'- 1 ' 1 % 

1O Hcmtdri rcadt two Hoae for thi line : 



11 

10 




I IN 
2 
3 
4 

5 
6 
7 
8 Lme omitted by *T nd 9 ; Supplied by 

9 
10 

1 1 



12 Hemtdri omiln ihic tm* but add the lollowmg ftv* lio* 



^ * 

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'iwrtftf 



P^lfl 15^ ti 




H 



II 




..... %. 



3 ^I^Hu^i 

4 

5 

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7 



8 1% n 

9 %. v. i 

10 



W*!! 1 '*! 1 '! II *lft W H 



4tt. a,, adds nine 




5 Hemidri comments : 



tbrM 



7 VCt. $ 



bftfare fbt*. 



4 
5 



w*R<i*i rot!' wi* 



*. X. 9 

before this. 



.* ** 



II 



II 



wi 11 




; Both add 



H. H. n ; v. n ; v. 



TO* ffrwi <KwrPir ftftmPi r I 




1 Hemldri omit ffm but adds vm to hit commmt. 

2 



'Rl^MWI I M 



ii 



H 



3 

4 

5 Hemldrt comments : 

%r f^mfi^ <r?i gjt ^ 
6 



**3*TI 



g<ll%M iiw frfhf f4w*n 



1 %. W. I.. 



ihii. 



l^ar: it 




-l ; Both 




3 Hcmidrt comro*nt : 



4 Lin* omittd by Hmltfrt. 

5 **& ^ w wdlflt-Al. 

6 l*hw omitted by Hwmidri. 

7 Hemtdri adds th* foUowioi ftvt tint* ftliw thi. 



, 

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II 
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1 Line omitted by HemRdri ; 

2 Hemfidri adds two linea after this : 



3 Hemftdrt adds a line after this : 



ft* yfa, g. 





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fltfer g 



11] 



3 

ir 



11 



3pr? u 
fH*i 

..^^^^ i*l 

JCT iij 



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2 Umcr omiUetl by ^T ami 7; 

3 ilmilfi 

4 *flW ^ | 

5 ileniidft *4ds after ft"*, ihv VCIMI 
of page 83 



hy 



** fooinot No, 5 



7 fllVNlril MWII^>*tt(tu Vfi|H *fl-*- IT* 

8 Hemtdrf addn the I olio win* three linen af let 



u 



9 
10 

1 } The following two Ime* are omiuad by iff, 9 and 1 ; supplied 
by printed 



H 






II 



it 



II 



2 

3 

4 



5 Hemfidri omits this verse here but reads it before. Sea foot* 
note 5 in pae 82. 

6 



7 1 lemfttlri omas this verse but adds the following two verses at 
the end ; TO. 3-* adds the first one only. 



8 

9 %. H. I-, HHH-H^^ ; Hemftdrt adds 'H^feTO* at the beginninff. 



WTO <cw*i ^iftwjft li 








TBS ' -%. 



I., 



5 
6 




1 Line omit tad by Ilemftdri. 



3 The following three lines *re omitted by 9 MS., 1C. <$.* wad 

Hemftdri. 

4 *lfW IF. 

$ Bflftrt % ; f!fferiM~~sn:. g. 

6 * Wlrf^w^WWH^ * f ' tpifG&Qtl5PI^''-~ffa ^ ||f|!!flR%m^l'|U!(l w , 

7 i^WWISW^"-"^ 

8 sp* %; 5 sW* ^. g. 

9 Hemldri adds ft line after this : 



It 



R F*Tt II 



t 




2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



% f*&$ %. 



u 



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H 



Hemftdri and ft. 5., ndd "ins^MPl" before this. 

3 w**R: % ; w*ft~~flnr. 

4 rf5MB ffe <j^><1%l<^1l IT*: a iwotnotc in %, K. l. 

5 Wi'l^W'- f. 

6 JWftwf sirwn: TO t ; snfRi 



7 Hemldri reads only two lines for ilm follovvmtf four lines : 

\ 



til vi 



H 



It 



1 Omitted by *tt, 

2 HemSdri and 



and % ; Supplied by ^rf^. 3, 
S-> add the following before this line : 



'TO 



II 




n 






U 



II 

tt 



?|IT iF^fSf^ q^^ qppsqr fWIH. U 

m 



ate. %. flf, I** 

The varsion found in the printed text of HemSdri is corrupt ; 
Corrected by the help of printed 



3 

4 

5 

^fi* ^t fiNwrr WPPW^ 

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it 



ni 



2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7\.*. I.. 



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2 

3 
4 W^ 



IF. 



5 HemSdri comments: 

6 CT>RC % J IT 5 
7 

8 

9 JNT ftWWJwft fp|3jf 



g 



8 irfin' 



3. 



n 



II 



8 



II 



li 



10 



II 



13 



3. 



. g ; L,in omitted by Hemfidri. 



10 Hemftdri comments : 

1 1 HemRdri reads * SpmWtt*^*jlt{- 



* and comments ; 



12 

13 Line omitted by K and 9 MSS; Supplied by HemSdri and 

3; HemSdri reads ; watfifiiftfflir Htf 






g; 

2 

3 
4 
5 
6 Here after HemSdri's version reads thus 




I! 



H 



6 



*TFT <J| fifl ^FT II 



il 



CM ^ i a^M *t i Q f rt II 



u 



u 



J|in 



1 iff reads : yn^KAiWl **$ flRWT 

etc. The portion in brackets is supplied by 

2 ^W?Ffi0^^ 

3 



i 



*wrfrr 



n 





2 Hemldri adds after this : 



u 

3 The following two lines and the colophon are omitted by $911%. 

4 %. *. I., 



5 The following two lines are omitted by m, 9 and printed 
3; Supplied by HemBdri. 



?mro sftm 



3 HcrnSdti comments ; * 

4 HamSdri adds a Una before this 



5 HamSdri adds; 



ft fe 

it 



The printed *ft ^ omits the last versa. 



% ftr^ft t 
8 It 




it 



nT 3 



5 



?HIT II 



g., 



I., 



2 HemSdri adds * 



before this. 



4 

5 %. . I., 

6 

7 

8 



II 



It "W. S- 
%; 



II 



Mi**4 a W3* fat mijHSl^ II 



n 



u 



3 Hemftdri reads : ' tft5% ^lr: ' and adds a comment 



* 



4 <w,3 - . 

5 "MrfKumfoiiir- -%; infiiRi1iiiWW: VT. 3. 

6 JPP^N 1 ftpwSwt %. 

7 Hemftdri adds a verse after this : 



<WWWHWf Urt^Wi** <1 it 

<i^4^wT^Hi ? 
9 

13 



MWH 



3 Hemadri comments 



II 



it 



u 



u 



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I Comment reproduced by HemSdri. 
2 

3 



5 nwt f| 'S'Wt 3<flf twnfFf JWU4i * 3. 

6 (ItUICMfcU'l *Wft*ftjfl SHJjJMI^PSbKl "Wir -*H%. 3* 

7 HemMri comments : 'R^* Wpfft: t 



J I 



II 



w^if "^Pi lEwr 3 -MivSimi; i 




3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 



10 *lf^. 3-7 adds a line after this : 



11 The following three hmlf-verew mra not found in the prioted 



*i Rl Pi TKT * 



it 



u 



J u 



2 

3 
4 

5 
6 



C 



u 



h ft i 



u 



v n *M-Mii*t 



II 



J II 



II 



iif 



M i ^ 



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4 Line omitted in TT and 9 MSS; Supplied by Heinidri. 

5 

6 

7 

8 



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I! 



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1 Hemldri comments : *ft*fJWlf*KPfl& * 



3%. H. L, v^-w^^; HemJUJriadds 'sq^QWr' boforethis; 
5., ffflffrf, H. W, >^. V^-H ; The five lines begining with 'qur 
^VT ^' and ending with ' JW: <|f^ ^b' cure not found in 
th printed *jfl|. 5. 




12 



nntuH^ir 



g 



86 



u 



U 



u 



It 



ftfoi n?ft u 



n 



u 




4 The following three half- verses are omitted by HemfldrJ, 

5 Comment reproduced by HemSdri. 

6 $tat IWrf "W 

7 H*mldri commobt* : 

14 




1 The following eight lines are omitted by iff and 
supplied by HetnSdri and printed 

2 wvkmf ^f *tV**^ % 

3 ^pn?R %; sici ViRi 5. 
4 

5 



MSS ; 



6 The following three lines except the word 
found in =rr and 5T MSS ; Supplied by the printed 



3. wad 



are** 




II 



2 L'n omitted by HemSdri. 

3 "ffO't %. 

4 SJ^w 'in^pn|T-- i - | ifll. 3 * 

5 iflfrwwrNr swiii^if 5flW. 3* 

6 Comment reproduced by Kemldrt. 

7 
8 
9 



10 %. f- 1.. 



II 1 



W 



at 



II 




1 HemSdri comments : 



2 HemSdri comments : 

3 ?Rfc tfwiyimww ^f 1 

4 gnw ^Jr SIT; gjj^r* wcr *jflt 5. 
5 

6 
7 

8 Comment reproduced by HemSdri. 
9-10 Omitted by printed 
11 9 wnn?t sdfit 3. 

12 

13 



3. 




Brer H 






2 itf 



4 

5 

6 

7 

8 Hemfidri comments: 



, 3 



; t 



9 
10 tf 



WIPIW 



. g; 



sfo+(m>q; QJlf: i 



3; ^iw 




II 



2 Word omitted by 37 and 3r; supplied by HemSdri and 

3 wsngBi *yOJiiRuc % ; 

4 ^HH^lftl^t %. 



5 The printed srfit 3., adds a verse before this : 



tt 



6 
7 
8 

9 



iflr 



^ * * 



^^iiw 1 r W 




2 HamSdri comments : 

3 "fff^fT: %> 1Jfl rf^- S* 

4 HemRdri comments : 

5 
6 
7 



: I 



; 



3- 



3 ii*n*i'f ^r 'SSRT it 



i^s 

I4*ll 

7 i% T*mrcrarift M 



fti^ir 



II 



2 

3 

4 
5 

6 The printed *rf%. g., adds a line after this 



8 %- g L> SKS-^^s ; *rf^. 3., 

9 



10 4ft^cM^n^~^if%. 3. 

*( sir; 



H 



n 



*i <te> *l 






II 



2 HemSdri comments: 



3* 



4 
5 
6 

7 

8 

9 

10 



for 




u 



2 a 

3 

4 
5 
6 
7 



ajft. 5. 



omits the portion in brackets and reads : %** 



9 
10 



3. 



11 



3* 



3 5gg ; ^5f ! >l. 3. 

4 sy^ww %; iftf. 3- 

5 SUHT % ; ^wr *rf^r. g. 

6 f^P%t~*iftf. 3. 

7^^^^^> ^j^^^^^^g^*^ *^ 
3PBPT TO*W^~-^ 

8 ^^fewot *rfo 3 ; ^Jwl *rc, 

9 Rh*wift a^iwi**' ^ffr* 3- 

10 



r. L, 



II 



?) Pi 



u 



rTST 



^^^ 

g 

^ P 



II 



U 



M 
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4 

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7 ftw^jjj'l nSTrtU: Rllfwo - %. 

8 
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5 wga^iC %. 

6 K: for gsr: ^. 

7 i^flrWT^ !> 

8 Hemftdri comments : * 

9 w^ 3^533^ %. 
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4 S^tT for ?W %. 



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8 'H^WIl sit, & t 
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6 WT %. 
7 

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lines : 



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3 stf^r fff^icg^Tt^! <!KSlfe*fl[H<rt*j. ^. 
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5 %. ff. L, ^ ^^-<i< ; *rfa. 3., 

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7 Line not found in Hemfidri and Vfft. g. 

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10 M ^TOS Ti*i4*q 
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14 Riwwi4 anra^lw %. 
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8 <r3r SIT. 

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3 Hemftdri comments : ' ' 



5 HemSdri comments : '^q^^: ' 

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7 HemSdri reads this line after the next line; 9 omits the 
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5 HemSdri comments : 

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9 ^. w. I., 



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5 *&$ *H, 3"- 

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3 *il*rtift "IT. 

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5 Hemadn comments: ' ^^mmf ' ^%I^I t < 



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7 



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4 SIPO^W IT. 

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8 Line omitted by HemSdri. 
9 

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8 ^sI'KHi %. 




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4 HemSdri omits the following four lines. 
5 

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7 HemSdri omits the following two lines. 
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4 

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following four lines. 

3 
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5 q: for *i: vf. 
6 



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9 

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1 1 HemSdri reads : 

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7 Hemadri comments: *%l(ct*taV 

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6 



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7 

8 



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3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
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13 




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3 %*f - t f ^CT. 3- 
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7 Hetnadri corrupt. 

8 



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3 iHfaHHla* ^^WiftdH: WCT. 3, 

4 HemSdri comments : 
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2 

3 

4 
5 



WIT 



II 



u 



H 



-g. r. 3. 



*r. 




II 



Ms. omits the following two linc. 



3 

4 
5 
6 'WT 'f - *W, 



U 



2 %. fi. 
3 



3 ; 



*ti* 



irpr 



M 



_____ v^^fc _____ ^__^^ 

I'M 1*1 Wf 




II 



A A 

it 



2 
3 



II 



u fn 



. i. 3- 




? o ^, 





SI 



3 snwnr^ 3. . 3. 
4 

5 



<~..?3 




IM 'snu i ft ^i^8k*-'*l JJrl I Pi 
Iffil %KWT^ t^Vct) Pl*U|J rlK^-oiJd II 




IPRf ^T, 



m it 



n 



4 - * 



ii 



ii 



u 



wffi^nf 



^Nfc mftl 



ii 



Pi 






u 



U 




3 



fn 



U 



ts ** 



u 



'*i*uir it 



mm 



it 




*0*wifii4 **jm*.u 




* * * *" *^ v 




3 

<4 

5 



Tlra- TT. 



\\ 



' gfe ifr&*\ n 



II 



*H 



(I 



If 



SIT MS. repeats the following two line* 



P%W dMk 
iM''l*f INHC 




it 




44 strflf^l 4 'Hi*!* II 



l^ti<H8Lri IMI < *4H < *l*' v 

U 



- r 



(*l 4 



i j^**i*i <"i 



n 



2 The printed MatsyapurSqua adds : 
<l: 



'OL u 

M(WL I 

tt 






*rsr 







wr 




wr 






8 



f ^ff^f *frnf*f qrHint i 

|UBMuuELuHUU^^^^L HM J t ^^-^^^^ ^^^ ~^^ _ ^ 

inffni<i<t inm ii 





?iw nir^t 





tgpfr 





n 




u 




n 



IN Pi 



M 



U 



It 



* I 

U 



1 The following three lines are not found in TT MS. 

2 %. U. II., 

3 WHtaf- %. 
4 

5 

6 

7 The following three lines Are aot found in TT MS* 

8 



It 



-: trow* it 



ii 



II 

"u*iV 



' II 

M 



4V PKMMwft ficw^ HTJ n 



11 



: %. 

3 wftfc *ir. 

4 *il^wt wit *|pni' "-*n. 

J *^^^ ^^^Q W^l" ^W 

6 *% 9 * ftN f^tvifS w, 5r ; qgft 5 
%. 

7 W qfegpifc 3 f%milj|M||] 
8 



U 



* . XL, 

3 
4 wi 

5 Line omitted in 3T MS* 

6 
7 



Ml 1 -*! 

U 



U 



II 



II 



g 




ft*rRi 



ftarrfa^ u 



fe g *nrRi 
f*r*fciin ^SW smllrftr 



ftft 



u 



u 



*ftft*ft Win 



3 ^8Rai~. 




5 Portion in brackets omiitad in *IT M ; uppiied from Htmldfi* 



3 



IHemSdriadds: 



u 



WfTI ^flf i^wrtji^ II 



^ It 

W*S%IKJI. I 
tt 



u 



vii, u 



2 Portion in brgfikets emitted in ir Ms; supplied from Hemadri. 




* g 



i I HI 



ti 

1 

u 



H 



II 




2 I'ine omitted in WT Ms. 

3 The following three lines are omitted in 4! Bis. 




mr fur r ftnacwf 



^rr* 



tt 

H 



II 



i *rf?nprt 



1 Line omitted in 5ff and MSB ; supplied from HemHdri. 

2 Comment reproduced by HemSdri as usual ; but found corrupt 
in the printed edition* 



u 





1 Hemldri reads : 

wn 



m rfhrt u4ifmi^i> > 



tc. 



-rf ft*!!^' 



4414444 SIT 51 ! 



g 



fimnr* 



IWT 



1 Line omitted by Hemttdri. 

2 Portion In bracket* omitted in 
3 



IT U 



U 



II 



i In ^r U 



u 




u 



u 



Ms ; supplied from Hemftdri 




3 Hemftdri adttu : 



4 Portion in bracket* omitud io n wd * MM ; uppttd from 
lUrntdri. 



u] 



- r 





u 



2 Portion ia brackets omitted in rr Ms; supplied from ^ Ms. 

3 HemSdri adds : 



: tt 



4 Hemidr! adds : 



It 



*i*i I *i *f *f i/'C* " , 

it 



II 1 



^mr: II 



flHfr 



tn ii in 1 ! my ii 



n 



1 Hemfidri adds : 
q 



2 Portion in brackets omitted in IT and MM ; lupptied from 
Hamldri. 




%. 

2 Portion in brackets omitted in IT and Mss : supplied from 

Hm*drf. 

3 Portion in *>mclt omitted in sir ; supplied from * M* 



wirrwr: ^Tqmqtst^ins n 
wr? nVr/rat *n$5rf *r wxvfo i 

u 



n 



rsrwnr iff'it?*^:: ii 

* w *" ! l t 

n 



frftffrr ftf* 

rH ^cfiifirwmw: i 

s u 



5 ii 
ficwii 



ft* 1 ?? 



<c5 u 

1 Portion in bracktts oroiuJ io m mod 9 MM; supplied from 
Hmdii. 



: n 



ll 



n 



* 



u 



n 



u 



: n 



g 



2%. . II.. 
3 

4 
5 



firi?i n 




I 

2 iwwi f^fin*n% %. 

3 ! iemtdrt adds : 






II *$& i *W<r$l U 



u 



tt 
* 

U 



u 



t u 



4 Nmgpur Ms. contains the following scribal note at the end ; 



I TW: I ^WW am: U 



APPINDIX A 
fate of SmTti-ttttkort and U'orAi eitiA 



lfiiliyfil t i Mli 



l, H, 



: fl H 
t \\ 



U, 



APPENDIX B 
Index of Vralas 



1.8. 

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& ^ict^ ^na* f 

o 



ft 

fi* ^H n 

y i9iii i\*t* tt 



t 

II 
It 



f5r : 
ti 



>i 



t 
IK. *UW: 



it 



472 VRATHAKXtfpA OP K?TVAKALPATARU 



s 





31. 

M 
I* 
II 



sm tnv* 9*iftMft, inn* wot 



*nn. B. 

<fl*. B, WRT- M 



0- 



it 




n v* tt 

ft > it 



mm. 

*v 



wfti: 

^IWR%* ^f^-| 

i!f*f :, "If irir\ 
fflf^. M. 



V* *ft* ftf^- t" 1 



APPENDIX B 473 



tt 
tt 



8* 3ft, 



. 3. 



g. if. 



91 



99 



, --.^, 



sift 



99 



It 



99 



vr* 



474 VRATAKXtfpA OF KgTYAKALPATAftU 

mm: 



it ii 



it 

* 



HfHKi 



m. 4W. fafe. 



ft* 

H?f: 1* 

[, f . *f. fr.fir. 

?. fni 

irw. r*. 

Q. HH fulfil 

m*i. a. ^f. 

8- trf. 

urnn 



H 

ii ii 

ii it M 

nf<<h|': SH 

ll ^*1 

. W. 

ii 



411 



M "W| 

*!f. IS 



*"* V- *W M 

JHMdUB % 

^* v*^B 

MBTlW Ml i 

ft 



APPENDIX B 475 



ftftr. 



9 
II 

S %<& ii TOR* 

1* 

faf*. 

It 



: 



sr?* 



9* ft^* 

19 
tf 



. 9. W. 



Wt. 



476 VRATAKX^PA OF KftTYAKALPATARU 

v*tffcc?i*T: %int vvni* 
IV*. 



w: 
WM* .1 

' 

tt. far*. 



ftf. 

<I*K. 



Ht. t. Pf. ,. 

tittf. 
l'f. ff*. 



ft 

w. 



fef*. 



II 
iff 

t 



ft 



*l 

It 
II 



Iff 

^^f M 

ti 



II 

Hif. 
iim. ttf, M ***: *^ 

t* 



APPENDIX B 477 

Ws Wcli%VWr: ^4ftu V&l'ftZ 

ffcfa. fci^tw: v1 

3TT5Y* 

99 



99 
99 

99 



fcrc: 



vw 

yt ^.MI-H 99 - W\ 

'v-rv. 



99 



fefir. 

5W. O. SH. lf^5f 



99 

wg: 

99 



99 99 



99 
99 



99 

ftift. 



vnc, 



478 
***nr 



t 



Or KfTYAKALPATARU 

: wafrwm: 



fi. 



II 



11 

ft*. 



tl 



11 



n b 5 








APPENDIX C 

^ 

Index of works and Authors cited in Footnotes 



. t% U, W,*n, W, 

, ^V,, VII 



, 11% in, n, 

n, in, IH, n% n% 

in, HV, 11% in, 
IK, in, iv, 'w, 



, 1*% 1**, K<, 1*S II** 11% ll'i IHi 

Wi 



VERIFIED