<p style='text-align: justify;'> This manuscript contains the <i>Kalyāṇamandirastotra</i> by Siddhasena Divākara, alias Kumudacandra, with the commentary by Māṇikyacandra. According to Velankar, Māṇikyacandra composed the commentary in V.S. 1668 and he was a pupil of Ratnacandra, who was a pupil of Śānticandra of the Tapāgaccha (Velankar 1944: p. 81). The hymn consists of 44 stanzas glorifying Pārśva the 23rd Tīrthaṅkara. It is for both Jain sects, Śvetāmbara and Digambara, a very important text. </p>
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