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- Principal: Birgit Kellner
- data entry by: Aurorachana, Auroville
- prepared for SARIT by: Liudmila Olalde
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|Title:||Aśokanibandhau Avayavinirākaraṇaṃ Samānyadūṣaṇaṃ ca|
|Publisher:||Kashi Prasad Jayaswal Research Institute|
|Place of Publication:||Patna|
|Note:||The manuscript consulted by Thakur is described below.|
Thakur had access only to photographs of the palm-leave manuscript.
The Avayavinirākaraṇa covers folios 78b1-82a5. The Sāmānyaduṣana covers folios 82a5-84b1. Both texts are placed between the Citrādvaitaprakāśavāda and the Santānāntaradūṣaṇa. The scribe is the same as in the Ratnakīrtinibandha. Each side of a folio consists of six lines of ca. 138 syllables. The inner four lines leave a gap of 12 syllables for two perforations in the palm-leaves. The script is proto-Maithili.
Photographs of manuscripts brought by Rahula Sankrityayana from Tibet discovered by Anantalal Thakur while editing the Ratnakīrtinibandhāvalī.
|Title:||Six Buddhist Nyāya Tracts in Sanskrit|
|Editor:||Mahāmahopadhyāya Haraprasād Shāstri|
|Publisher:||The Asiatic Society|
|Place of Publication:||Calcutta|
- In the source file, there were two types of line breaks: returns (and possible surrounding space) and hyphens+returns. These were replaced with lb-elements. The ed-attribute "tha" refers to Thakur's 1974 edition.
- The folio numbers were encoded as pb-elements with the ed-attribute "msR", which refers to the manuscript used by Thakur.
- Additions in square brackets were enclosed in a supplied-element.
- Underlined items were enclosed in a <hi rend="underline">.
- In the note-elements the <lb>s were removed.
- The footnotes were encoded as note-elements with their corresponding n-attribute. The footnote references were replaced by the note-elements.
There was no footnote reference for note 2 on page 6. Hence it was given the attribute place="bottom".
- 2016-05-31: Replaced <add> with <supplied> and updated the encoding description. By https://viaf.org/viaf/308710472/
- 2017-03-25: For a complete history of the changes in this file go to SARIT GitHub Repository. By https://viaf.org/viaf/308710472/