Sanskrit Manuscripts : Maitrakanyakāvadāna

Sanskrit Manuscripts

<p style='text-align: justify;'>These two paper leaves are bound together with <a target='_blank' class='externalLink' href=''>Add. 1042.2</a>: "These specimens were sent over from Nepal by Dr D. Wright in 1873, when it was proposed to obtain copies of various Sanskrit manuscripts existing in Nepal, for the University Library. It was from these leaves that the whole of the present collection took its rise" (Bendall 1883: 26-7). They contain part of the <i>Maitrakanyakāvadāna</i>, the last story from the <i>Divyāvadāna</i>. </p>

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