Sanskrit Manuscripts : Unidentified Cāndra grammatical work.

Sanskrit Manuscripts

<p style='text-align: justify;'> This is an incomplete copy in medieval Bengali script of an unidentified grammatical work belonging to the Cāndra system of grammar and dealing with the declension of nouns. As Lata Deokar (forthcoming) has ascertained, it is based on the <i>Subantaratnākara</i> of Subhūticandra (for which see Or. 148). From the latter it borrows the two introductory verses that follow the homage to Nārāyaṇa and the stanza celebrating Sarasvatī, the goddess of learning, found at the beginning of the manuscript. According to L. Deokar, the last word described in this manuscript seems to be <i>div-</i>, which belongs to the class of feminine nouns ending in consonant. </p>

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