Sanskrit Manuscripts : Kātantradhātupāṭha

Sanskrit Manuscripts

<p style='text-align: justify;'>A 14th-century Nepalese copy of the <i>Kātantradhātupāṭha</i>, a complete list of Sanskrit verbal roots accompanied by meaning entries attached to the <i>Kātantravyākaraṇa</i> of Śarvavarman, a non-Pāṇinian grammar generally dated to the early centuries of the Common Era. The colophon, which is in non-standard Sanskrit, seemingly states that the manuscript was copied by his owner, who was a nobleman since he refers to himself by the title <i>bhāroka</i> (for which see Petech 1984: 190). The proper name, possibly Vyeghamilaśiha is difficult to identify, as it is probably in a non Indo-Aryan language.</p>

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