<p style='text-align: justify;'> This manuscript contains the <i>Daśarūpaka</i> of Dhanañjaya, a treatise on dramaturgy, with the <i>Avaloka</i> commentary by Dhanika. Dhañjaya is said to have lived in Mālava in the end of the tenth century, during the reign of Vākpatirāja II. Dhanika, who had an official position in the king's court, is traditionally considered to be the brother of Dhanañjaya. This item is a transcription of a manuscript from the Library of the Bengal Asiatic Society, made for Prof. E. B. Cowell. </p>
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