Sanskrit Manuscripts : Ṛgvedasarvānukramaṇikāvivaraṇa

Jagannātha

Sanskrit Manuscripts

<p style='text-align: justify;'>The <i>Ṛgvedasarvānukramaṇikāvivaraṇa</i> by Jagannātha is a list of the various features (number of meters, attribution of meters to different deities, etc.) of the Vedic collection. It is "[a]lso called Anukramaṇikā-vivaraṇa or Sūkta-pratīka of Jagannātha. Although most catalogues enter and describe this as a commentary on the <i>Ṛgveda-sarvānukramaṇī</i> of Kātyāyana, probaby misled by the word <i>vivaraṇa</i> in the title, Haraprasada Sastri notes in his earlier Notices (L.) as well as in his later RASB catalogues that this is really a different text and an Anukramaṇī for the Bāṣkala-śākhā. Some of its Mss. are entered under different titles. Cf. also next entry Ṛgveda-sarvānukrama-prayoga." (Parameswara Aithal 1991: 233) The text contained in this manuscript is still unpublished. The manuscript consts of two codicological units, as the last leaf is a later supply.</p>


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