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Incorporated into A. BOROOAH'S Nanartha SaMgraha, Calcutta-London, 1884 (critique by TH. ZACHARIAE, GGA 1885, p. 384). Edited by TH. ZACHARIAE, SSL 1, Vienna-Bombay, 1893 (with ample extracts from Mahendra's commentary; index in J. KIRSTE'S edition of Hemacandra's UNadiganasUtra, SSL 2, Vienna-Bombay, 1895; epilegomena in SKAW 129, Wien, 1893, No. P. PARAB, Abhidhana-sangraha, 118, Bombay, 1896 (with sparse extracts from Mahendra's commentary; criticized by TH. ZACHARIAE, GGA 1898, p. 473); by J.
N. Dandekar, Poona). — Note that all Sesa codices entitled Sesasamgrahasaroddhara have been mistaken for such of Srivallabha's scholia in V. RAGHAVAN, [ABCIM 231], I 2 , p. 294a. Jinadeva's SiloNchanamamaia and Srivallabha's Vrtti thereon have been edited by VINAYASAGARA, LDS 46, Ahmedabad, 1974. The basic text was composed Vaikrame 'bde tri-visv&ndra-mite rddhddya-paksatau "on the first lunar day of the former half of Radha [Vaisakha] in the Vikrama year measured by (the numerals) three, universe, and Indra " (v.
The commentary was completed vedindriyarasa-prthvi-samkhye varse su-Ndgapura-nagare / madhu-mdsadye pakse muldrke saptami-tithydm "in the year numbered by (the word-numerals) earth, taste, sense, and Veda , in the beautiful town of Nagapura [Nagor], in the former half of the month of Madhu [Caitra], on Sunday, the seventh lunar day, when (the moon stood in the mansion of) Mula" (col. v. ) 1598. 146 Cf. G. BUHLER, [ABCIM 269], p. XLIX. According to TH. ZACHARIAE, WZKM 16, p. 14, the manuscript was written samvat 1744 varse dvitiya-dsddha-sudi 8 budhavdre, which proves wrong on calculation; for while there was in fact a second AsaDha in northern s.
A History of Indian Literature, Volume V: Scientific and Technical Literature, Part 2, Fasc. 4: Indian Lexicography by Claus Vogel, Jan Gonda (Editor)