Sanskrit Manuscripts : Sukhabodhikā


Sanskrit Manuscripts

<p style='text-align: justify;'>A 19th-century paper manuscript, in the <i>tripāṭha</i> format and from a Jain scriptorium, of Mahimāsiṃhagaṇi 's <i>Sukhabodhikā</i>, an unpublished commentary on Kālidāsa 's <i>Meghadūta</i>. The <i>mūla</i> text is not divided into <i>pūrva</i>- and <i>uttaramegha</i>, and the stanzas are numbered up to 101, then the numbering starts again from 2, i.e., the hundred has to be supplied. Mahimasiṃhagaṇi is a "pupil of Śivanidhāna of Kharataragaccha", his commentary was "composed, as the colophon of one of its manuscripts in the Bhandarkar Institute (no.389 of 1885-87) states, in Saṃvat 1693 (=ca. 1637 A.D.) [as remarked at the end of the text in the present manuscript: <i>caṃdrakalānavatrikamite</i>]." (De 1955: 25). </p>

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