Sanskrit Manuscripts : Ratnamālāvadāna

Sanskrit Manuscripts

<p style='text-align: justify;'> A modern manuscript of the <i>Ratnamālāvadāna</i>, a collection of <i>avadāna</i>s belonging to the cycle of king Aśoka and the monk Upagupta. The title given in the manuscript is <i>Ratnamālāvadānakathā</i> (see in the Excerpts under Final rubrics). Although the last <i>avadāna</i> bears the title <i>Pretikāvadāna</i>, it does not seem to correspond to the text of the story with the same title found in the <i>editio princeps</i> (Takahata 1954; this manuscript has not been used by Takahata for his edition). </p>

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