Sanskrit Manuscripts : Śāstradīpikā, Mayūkhamālikā

Sanskrit Manuscripts

<p style='text-align: justify;'>A modern multi-text manuscript containing sections of Pārthasārathi Miśra’s <i>Śāstradīpikā</i> and Somanātha Sarvatomukhayājī’s <i>Mayūkhamālikā</i>, which are respectively a commentary and a subcommentary on Jaimini’s <i>Mīmāṃsāsūtra</i>. The manuscript is divided in four texts, containing: <div> <i>Mayūkhamālikā</i>, 1.2.1 to 1.4.13 (i.e. the entire second and third <i>pāda</i>s of the first <i>adhyāya</i>, plus about two thirds of the fourth <i>pāda</i>);<br /> <i>Mayūkhamālikā</i>, 2.1.1 to 2.4.8 (i.e. the whole second <i>adhyāya</i>);<br /> <i>Śāstradīpikā</i>, 3.1.1 to 3.3.1 (i.e. the entire first and second <i>pāda</i>s of the third <i>adhyāya</i>, plus the beginning of the third <i>pāda</i>);<br /> <i>Śāstradīpikā</i>, 3.3.6 to 3.3.15 (i.e. third <i>adhyāya</i>, from the middle of the third <i>pāda</i> up to the end of the <i>adhyāya</i>).<br /> </div><br /> The name of the scribe, Tiruveṅkaṭam, is given in the colophon of the second <i>adhyāya</i> of the first <i>pāda</i>. </p>

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