Sanskrit Manuscripts : Dhātupāṭha

Pāṇini, Pāṇini

Sanskrit Manuscripts

<p style='text-align: justify;'>This manuscript contains a 18th-century copy of the <i>Dhātupāṭha</i> of Pāṇini, a complete list of Sanskrit verbal roots attached to his grammar, the <i>Aṣṭādhyāyī</i>. The roots are divided into the ten classes (<i>gaṇa</i>s) of the present-tense system and accompanied by standardised meaning entries. According to the colophon, the scribe Śivarāmabhaṭṭa wrote this manuscript for his own purpose (<i>svārtha</i>), so he was the first owner. The name of another owner (Divākaradaivajña) of this manuscript is written by a second hand on the first folio. </p>

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