Catalogue of Sanskrit and Prakrit Manuscripts- Jodhupur Collection Part- VII (An Old and Rare Book)
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Catalogue of Sanskrit and Prakrit Manuscripts- Jodhupur Collection Part- VII (An Old and Rare Book)

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Rajasthan Puratana Granthamala No.130
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Item Code: UAA810
Author: J. K. Jain
Publisher: Rajasthan Oriental Research Institute, Jodhpur
Language: English and Sanskrit
Edition: 1979
Pages: 198
Cover: HARDCOVER
Other Details 9.50 X 6.50 inches
Weight 430 gm
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Preface
As number seven of our cataloguing scheme, this part contains description of manuscripts deposited at Accn. No.25147 to 26646 totalling 1541. The pattern remains the same as adopted in the previous volumes. We have, however, made it more reference-worthy by adding extracts from important manuscripts given in the appendices. It is hoped that eight more volumes of the catalogues which are in different stages of preparation will appear at no distant date.

It is evident from the manuscripts catalogued that either most of them are mere commentaries on the well-known works or they are works in line with the usual Sanskrit writing tradition. Picked up as works of special significance, we have, the "Durgavati-Prakasa.' (68/25655) of Padmanabha Bhattacarya named after Dalpatigaha's consort Durgavati. It is an essay like work on the Dharmasastra. The "Kumara-sambhava." (1115/ 25552) of Navamta Rama Migra composed in the times of Vitthalesvara is something that still needs further study. Inspired by Kalidasa's Meghaduta, we have the "Bhramara-duta" (1159/25167) of Khanderama in keeping with the 'cloud messenger' tradition of the great poet. The "Sabhedarya Saptasati" (1173/25551) in the "Arya." meters is yet another important manuscript by Gosvami Sriniketan. The author belonged to the scholarly family of the Tailanga Brahmins who had settled in Bikaner and made valuable contributions to Sanskrit literature in its manifold aspects.

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