<p style='text-align: justify;'>This fragmentary palm-leaf manuscript of a <i>Dhāraṇīsaṃgraha</i> is part of a bundle of a few manuscripts (Add.1680.8), all seemingly composed of collections of <i>dhāraṇī</i>s. Three different manuscripts, all from around the 12th-13th century, have been tentatively identified on the basis of the (often deficient) foliation and of the layout (string hole in a square blank space, string hole in a column-like blank space or an alternation of the two). Further research might shed more light on the subdivision of the whole manuscript bundle. This identified manuscript has only 2 folios, numbered as 9 and 11, and is characterized by square blank spaces for the string hole on one side and column-like blank spaces on the other. </p>
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