Sanskrit Manuscripts : Vedārthaprakaśa, Caturvedatātparyasaṃgraha, unidentified śaiva work

Sāyaṇa, Haradatta

Sanskrit Manuscripts

<p style='text-align: justify;'>A modern multi-text Grantha manuscript containing: Sāyaṇa 's <i>Vedārthaprakaśa</i> commentary on <i>Taittirīya Saṃhitā</i> 4.5.1-11, that is, the portion of the <i>Taittirīya Saṃhitā</i> containing the famous hymn in praise of Rudra known as <i>Rudranamakādhyāya</i>, <i>Śatarudrīya</i> or <i>Śrīrudra</i> (one folio is missing); the first 64 verses (out of 150) of the <i>Caturvedatātparyasaṃgraha</i> (or <i>Śrutisūktimālā</i>), an unpublished <i>śaiva</i> text ascribed to Haradatta (or Sudarśanācārya ); two folios from an <i>unidentified <i>śaiva</i> work</i>. </p>


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