Sanskrit Manuscripts : Corpus of devotional works

Sanskrit Manuscripts

<p style='text-align: justify;'> <i>Corpus of devotional works</i>. A modern multi-text manuscript containing the following texts: <div> the <i>Devīmāhātmya</i>, preceded by several ancillary devotional texts<br /> the <i>Āyussūkta</i> <br /> the <i>Subrahmaṇyapūjā</i> <br /> the <i>Ādityahṛdaya</i> <br /> the <i>Ādityapūjā</i> <br /> an <i>unidentified stotra</i> <br /> the <i>Pañcamastotra</i> or <i>Pañcamastuti</i> <br /> an <i>unidentified stotra</i> (partly in Tamil language)<br /> an <i>unidentified stotra</i> <br /> the <i>Navaratnamālikā</i>, ascribed in the colophon to Kālidāsa <br /> the <i>Lalitātriśatīnāmāvalī</i> <br /> the <i>Durgāṣṭottaraśatanāmāvalī</i> <br /> </div><br /> All the texts in this manuscript are complete but the <i>Devīmāhātmya</i>, whose first folio is missing. Different works are known as <i>Ādityahṛdaya</i>: the text in this manuscript is a hymn to the Sun found in some recensions of the Rāmayaṇa, as 107th <i>sarga</i> of the 6th <i>kāṇḍa</i>. The <i>Navaratnamālikā</i> included in this manuscript is a different <i>stotra</i> than both the <i>Navaratnamālikāstava</i> and the <i>Navaratnamālā</i> in <a target='_blank' class='externalLink' href=''>Or.2344</a>. </p>

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