Sanskrit Manuscripts : Daśarūpakāvaloka

Dhanañjaya, Dhanika

Sanskrit Manuscripts

<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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