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Sanskrit Manuscripts : Nirayāvalikāsūtra


Sanskrit Manuscripts

<p style='text-align: justify;'> This manuscript contains five texts that are usually found together: <i>Nirayāvalikā</i>, <i>Kalpāvataṃsikā</i>, <i>Puṣpikā</i>, <i>Puṣpacūlā</i> and <i>Vṛṣṇidaśā</i>. They correspond to the last five Upāṅgas of the Śvetāmbara canon. According to the colophon, the manuscript was commissioned by Budhakheṭāka, son of Buharāḍhāla, in order to be read by Devavijayagaṇi, during the reign of the famous Hīravijayasūri, pontiff of the <i>Tapāgaccha</i>. </p>

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