Sanskrit Manuscripts : Laghvamoghanandinīśikṣā


Sanskrit Manuscripts

<p style='text-align: justify;'> The <i>Laghvamoghanandinīśikṣā</i> is a <i>śikṣā</i> ("Teaching [on Pronunciation]") belonging to the Yajurvedic school of recitation and included in the branch of knowledge known as <i>vedalakṣaṇa</i>. The text consists of 17 <i>kārikā</i>s devoted to the pronunciation of "y", "v" and the "anusvāra". The illustrations are taken from the <i>Vājasaneyisaṃhitā</i>. This manuscript has been written by the same scribe who wrote the <i>Lomaśīśikṣā</i> (Add.1709), written in 1877, and the <i>Keśavīśikṣā</i> (Add.1710). These three manuscripts were most probably produced as a single collection, and they share many common features (for instance, paper and layout are identical). Moreover, the present manuscript consists of one single folio numbered as 8, clearly a continuation of the foliation of manuscript <a target='_blank' class='externalLink' href='/view/MS-ADD-01710/1'>Add.1710</a> (consisting of seven folios), and the catch number (18) found on its verso is written also on the last folio of manuscript <a target='_blank' class='externalLink' href='/view/MS-ADD-01710/1'>Add.1710</a>. </p>

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