With the Commentary Nyāyāgamānusāriṇī
By Siṃhasūri Gaṇi Vādi
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Source DescriptionDvādaśāraṃ Nayacakraṃ of Ācārya Śrī Mallavādi Kṣamāśramaṇa With the Commentary Nyāyāgamānusāriṇī of Śrī Siṃhasūri Gaṇi Vādi Kṣamāśramaṇa Muni Jambūvijayajī
The witnesses are described in Jambūvijaya's edition part 1, pp. 32-34.भा॰य॰पा॰डे॰लीं॰वि॰रं॰ही॰
This file consists of a base text, a commentary and critical notes; these are encoded as follows:
- The base text, i.e. the Dvādaśāraṃ Nayacakram, is enclosed in <quote type="base-text">.
- The commentary, i.e. the Nyāyāgamānusāriṇī, corresponds to the body-element.
- The critical notes (Ṭippaṇa) by Jambūvijaya were printed as footnotes and are therefore enclosed in note-elements.
- Line breaks: 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 "mj" refers to Jambūvijaya's edition. In the note-elements the lb-elements were removed.
- The folio and line numbers on the margins were encoded as pb-elements with ed-attribute "ms", thus <pb ed="ms" n="४-२"> corresponds to folio number 4, line 2.
- Round and square brackets were were replaced by SARIT with the following TEI-elements:
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- All other round brackets (821 occurrences) were encoded as <hi rend="brackets">.
- Additions by Jambūvijaya (754 occurrences), which were enclosed in square brackets, were enclosed in <supplied>.
- Underlined characters are enclosed in <hi rend="underline">, 145 occurrences.
- Superscript characters are enclosed in <hi rend="superscript">, 89 occurrences.
- Bold characters are enclosed in <hi rend="bold">.
- Single quotes were replaced with <q>.
- Double quotes were replaced with <quote>.
- Single and double quotes that have no opening or closing counterpart were enclosed in an unclear-element.
- The footnotes were encoded as note-elements with their corresponding n-attribute. In this file the note elements are located were the footnote references appear in the print edition (that is, inline).
- Footnotes within footnotes (numbered with arabic numbers in the print edition) were numbered by the page and number of the footnote they belong to and then by the page they appear in, e.g. n="628-10-630-3" means that the note belongs to the footnote 10 on page 628, and that it appears on page 630 numbered with the arabic digit 3.
- Several footnotes had no corresponding footnote reference in the print edition; they were left at the end of the page.
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- Special signs such as asterisks and crosses (used to link a passage with a footnote in the print edition) where manually replaced with anchor-elements.
- Characters that were not readable in the printed edition available to SARIT were either enclosed <unclear reason="illegible"> or marked with gap-elements.
- The text is structured in 14 parts encoded as <div subtype="ara">.
- 2017-04-11: For a complete history of the changes in this file go to SARIT GitHub Repository. By http://viaf.org/viaf/308710472
- 1: प्रथमो विध्यरः न्यायागमानुसारिणी नयचक्रवालवृत्तिः
- 2: अथ द्वितीयो विधिविध्यरः ।
- 3: अथ तृतीयो विध्युभयारः ।
- 4: अथ चतुर्थो विधिनियमारः ।
- 5: अथ पञ्चम उभयारः ।
- 6: अथ षष्ठो विधिनियमविध्यरः ।
- 7: अथ सप्तम उभयोभयारः ।
- 8: अथाष्टम उभयनियमारः ।
- 9: अथ नवमो नियमारः ।
- 10: अथ दशमो नियमविध्यरः ।
- 11: अथैकादशो नियमोभयारः ।
- 12: अथ द्वादशो नियमनियमारः ।
- 13: अथ द्वाद्वशारान्तरम् ।
- 14: अथ नयचक्रतुम्बम्