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i-xxxv

.Palm-leaf
"Nepal

MSS.
...

in

the

Durbar Library,
... ...

1-98

Palmdoaj'

J\1SS.
...

private
...

collections,
...

Nepal Paper

<KM1(>

MSS.

in

the

Durbar
...

Library,
...
1
1

Nepal

7-280

Paper

MSS.

in

the

Durbar

Library
2-^7-^45

Nepal (not yet registered)

Fragments

of

Palm-leaf

MSS. examined
...
...

by Prof. ISendall

'216-218

Other fragments of Palm-leaf MSS.

...

p.)

Appendix

A Contents
...

of V-rhaddharani...

sarpgraha

25]-2(>:i

Appendix
I

H Contents

of

Sadhanamala
,.,
...

20L271
l_7

ndo v of works
of

Index

Proper names

...

...

9-20

PKKFACK.
summer of IV) 07 I obtained permission from the Government of Bengal to proceed to Nepal for the purpose d" examining a new collection o^ manuscripts made by the Nepal
Is the

Dkrbnr
with

proceeded there with Balm Ramulala Kafijilala,

?:

Research Scholar
tion,

Sanskrit,

who was

placed under

my

direc-

my

travelling pandita, Bandita Asutosa Tarkatirtha,

a sordid

Nyaya Scholar, and with my son Sanfosa Bhattacaryya


then just sat for the Entrance Examination.

who

liafl

Ma-

haraja Sir (Aindra Samsher Jung Bahadoor Bana gave us a hearty welcome atfd gave us quarters close to the Manuscript
Library under the
kt

Clock Tower", where every


visit,

facility

was

given to further the object of our


tion
of

namely, the examina-

manuscripts.
took a

The

librarian

Baja-bhandari
only placed
all

warm

interest
in

Subba Visnu-pra^ada our work and not


brought

the manuscripts

the Uarbar Library, six-

teen thousand in

number,

at our disposal, but often


1

ancient palm-leaf manuscripts from private collections for our

examination.

It is a
last

matter of very great regret that the

year before the publication of this catalogue, in the compilation of which he took so much interest. He was descended from the hereditary prime ministers of the old

Subba

died

Newari Llajas of Nepal, replaced by the Curklias and had abjured the profossion of arms for that of letters He devoted his time to the study of T<t>ihw, the histor\ of which he

know thoroughly.
Sanskrit research
cient
in

His untimely death


Nepal.

is

great loss to

At the library, we spent our time in examining' the anpalm leaf manuscripts mainly, some of which were writtransitional (iupta, ancient Newari, ancient Bengali

fen

and
'

other ancient characters

We

spent our mornings

in

examin

mg
t

found

some ancient Bengali songs, with Sankrit commentaries, in the library, and the evenings were spent in examm-

mg
,

several hundreds of pictures of Indian Ayurvedic iiicdici-

PKKI-'AOK.

nal plants, prepared


ister of Nepal.

under the patronage


picturos were

The

of the late Prime Mindrawn and painted by men

of the Citrakara easte

under the direction of an expert Sans-

krit

and Ayurvedic scholar.

The

pictures related not only to

the Himalayan plants but also to plants found in the plains of


India.

The Scholar and

the Citrakara wont together and drew

those pictures under the very trees they painted.


their identification
it

Sometimes

was doubtful, but


difficult bask
all

in the

majority of cases

was

all right.

ft reflects

great credit on the Nepal Durbar


which,

for

undertaking this

when

published, will

be very much appreciated by

interested in [ndiau ootany,

specially in Indian medicinal plants.

We

had a few works

of reference with us,

and with the

help of these

we

tried our best to

make our
;

descriptions of

the manuscripts as complete as possible


scripts

but there were manu-

which could not be completely described with the help

of the few books

we

had.

In these cases we took as


in

many

ex-

tracts in Sanskrit as

we thought proper
in

the hope of giving

English descriptions later on


of

Oalcuttta where more books


will

reference

are

available.

Our readers
the

Hud

in

this

catalogue some manuscripts with English notes in the body


of the catalogue, but in other cases

English notes are

given in the preface.

This

is

an inconvenience no doubt,

but this was unavoidable as we had to work at a great distance from the centre of information.
It has,

however, given

us an opportunity to classify ancient works under different

heads

in

the preface, an advantage which

hope

will

make

some amends

for the inconvenience of a double reference

BUDDHIST TANTRAS.
Kalacakra Tantka.
Kalaeakra iaiUra,
p.

163,

is

the standard
It
is

work

of the
i.e. it

rralacakrayana school of Buddhism.


is

Sanglti,

reported as uttered by
it is

Buddha

himself.
in

Unlike other Santhe form of a report

guis

neither written in prose nor

PREFAPK,

beginning with "Evarn


It is

maya
all

srutain ekasmin samaye",l>tc.

written throughout in Sragdliara metre, but the metre


sorts of rules.
to

often halts and violates

The

writer,

who-

ever he was, appears not

have any regard for Sansknt


for plural

grammar, and often uses singular verbs


so on.

nouns; the

accusative for instrumental; the ablative for the locative and

The eommentator says that this sort of language, whieh the Brahmanas always decry, is the Sarvajna bhasa, i.e. Budthe language of the omniscient and understood by all.
4

dha, he says, spoke in a language which was understood by


all

sentient beings.

"

Sarvarutanukarim bhasa."
restrict the

Why

then

should the Buddhists

study of their scriptures to

Brahmanas only by writing in correct Sanskrit ? The extent of the work is said to be twelve thousand
kas,
1

slo-

1 is

though the work before us contains only three thousand. attributed to Adi-Buddha. From this it is apparent that
at the time,

superadded the theory of a single

work was composed, had Buddha as creator and governor of the Avorld, to the existing theory of five Dhyani Buddhas, and had adopted numerous deities into their pantheon. Tho interlocutors are Buddha and Kaja Sucanura.

Buddhism

when

this

hike

all

tantras,

if is

divided into patalas; and there are five

patalas in this work:


(1)

Cosmogony.
Metaphysical speculations.
Ablutions and Initiation
Rituals.

(2)

(8)
(L)
(5)

Enlightenment.
question asked by Sucandra refers to the con-

The

first

ception of void; Vindu;

gods and demons.


SOul

Buddha with a thunderbolt in hand; Sucandra also asks how the Purusa or
in

with twenty-five elements exist

humanbody,

in

the

External world, as well as in the Prakriis;


diverse centres into
fceated;

how

the

whole

human body

how

the throe worlds were

how

the gods and

demons

flourish;

how mystic

IV

I'KNFAOK.

cirt les

arc formed

how ablutions and


whole universe

initiation arc

performed
salt

Buddha
elements

replies that in the

"void" by the agency

of Kala, five
is

nay,

the

are

formed as

formed out of water.

The commentator calls


A copy
of the

this
is

work Lagliu Ivalacakratantra,


a bigger

.implying thereby that there

work on the

subject.

commentary written in Bengali character and during the reign of Uarivarma Deva of Bengal has
recently

been acquired for the Asiatic Society of Bengal.


his

Prof, Kendall in
scripts, p.
(

Catalogue of Buddhist-Sanskrit Manutext-,

J,

describes a manuscript of the

copied

a.d.

i\M]
y

in

Bengali character; and he gives the number of

stanzas as 201.
In

page

14,

mention
first

is

made

of a payr of an

unknown
Tins page

work, put

in as

the
i.e.

page of Yogaratnamala.

treats of Seka,

Abhiseka, treated of

the third patala of

the Ivalacakra tantra, the interlocutors being Sucandra and

Bhagavan.
by water,
(2)

Tt

speaks of seven kinds of Abhiseka, viz.:


(8)

(1)
(1<)

by wearing a crown,
(5)

by holding a lotus,

by carrying a thunderbolt,
(6)

by carrying a gong or glianta,

by severe vow, and

(7)

by Anujna.

Again

it

speaks
i

ol

three kinds of Seka and once more of one kind only,

e.
ol

Anuttara.

Pago

37

contains

fragment consisting
a

thirteen leaves only, of a

commentary on
In this

work

of

which

the above parje

is

a fragment.

commentary Raja

Sucandra
rapam.

Nirmankaya or reincarnation of VnjHe asks Buddha to give a succint account of Sekais

said to be a

which, rrom one point of view,

is

of

seven kinds, from another


of view,

point of view, of three kinds, and

from a third point


all

only Anuttara,

i.e.

of one kind, which

are said to be neces/

sary for the attainment of


cess in spiritual matters.
oi

mundane and supermundane sueBuddha says that the seven kinds


is

Abhiseka are for

less

advanced people, and three kinds an


fo

for the

attainment of higher worlds, and the Anuttara

the attainment of absolute truth.

Thore

is'a

disquisition hen;

about

the text and commentaries of Kalacakravanatantia.

PRRFAOK.
ft is

couched

in n

very obscure language-, but

tlio

clearly says that there are three kinds of texts

commentary and three-

kinds of commentaries,

viz.:

Alpa tantra,
are,

Vrhat tantra and

Sangifi, while the three kinds of

commentaries are Alpatika,


he says, the six kotis or
for in

Vrhattika and Paujika

These
later

phases, through which Adi


'thfc

Buddha becomes manifest;


writers,

opinion
art)

of

these

Buddhist Tantra ana"

Buddha

one and the same.

Pah jika gives merely a prose-

order and

synonyms of the text, while tika explains everything exhaustively when it is short, it is Alpatika and when long, VYhattlkil. The same L^ leaves of the commentary explain three more terms, a knowledge of which is essential
;

to the

dhists, viz. the

understanding of the secret and mystic cult of the Budwords Oandali, Dombi and Avadhuti. That

part of the female organ which resembles the beak of a bird


is

called
d
of

Kha<amukha.

The artery
is

(canal)
called

which carries
Candali,

semen
i..^j;e'

wn

from
it

Khagamukha

when,
is

semen,

carries menstrual flow.

Dombi

that

art''/ which, during the menses, points upward.


i.

Accord-

6 to the custom of the fndians, on both those occasions women are considered impure, and should not be touched. At

the time of the discharge of semen, the

same Dombi becomes

Avadhuti

{oido p. 15, lines 5-7

and

p. 88).

Page 13 of the present catalogue contains a collection of works by Advaya Vajra, of which the (irst is the Tatvaratnavali.

At

the outset of that work, the author divides senas

tient beings

Saiksya

and As\aiksya, those who require

training and J,hose


to

who do
till

practise

Adikarma

The first class is required those who belong to it realise


not.

that they have no (separate individual) existence and then they obtain perfect Sambodlu or enlightenment, manifested
in the union of two separate existences. The other class, like. jKakyamuni, by earnestness of meditation, realises the pleasure

enjoymen A the union, like that of the coupled deities. \Vhen to the Asaiksyas the phenomenal world ceases to e^st, the stream of Adikarma Hows spontaneously for the

VI

PREPACK

benefit of sentient beings.

Adikarma means

tlie

first

live

Parmitas,
ness),

viz. Sila (conduct),

Dana

(charity), Ksanti (forgive-

Virya (energy, earnestness), Uliyana (nuMlitation).

But
of

without the sixth, Prajfia, they do not deserve the


Paramita, because Prajnaparamita
of all other
is

name
;

the Kvabhava or nature


tin;

Paramilas, and

it is

absolute Sunyata (void)

other Paramitas are probably (Ipaya.


is

ITpaya without Prajna


is

bondage.
lies in

Prajfia without

Upaya

also

bondage; but
is

sal

vation

the union of (he two, and the union

complete

fusion or blending of the two,

and wo can
fusion

easily realiseirom
like the fusion of

the teachings of tho

Guru that the

is

lamp and
other

(its) light,

both of which are interdependent on each

are Asaiksvas, i.e. above Sik<u Adikarnn, always deport themselves in pure Adikarma, i.e. in doing disinterested good to the world. Though good oi' evil does not in reality exist m nature, it is

The Bodhisattvas, who


above

and

only apparent like


of water, yet the

the

image

of the

moon on

the surface
is

Bodhisattvas always do what

good and

avoid what

is evil,

because the one leads to happiness and

the other to misery.

The second work

in the

above-named

collection

is

Srka-

fnlpdnja tinhgraha, complete in 4 chapters, dealing with Seka


(ablutions and initiation).

There are several other works,

treating of dreams, Mahasnkha, Amanasikara, etc.

Advaya
of

VYjra has been often quoted by Abhayakara Gupta, who was


a

contemporary
1,

of

Raja Ramapala of the Pala Dynasty

Peng;

who

flourished at the end of the eleventh century.


sdmfijiku,
p.

Snmksijjfribhisckaridld
Ivlrti

8i,

by Vagisvara
to

in

170 slokas treats of

Seka according

Guhya-

samajatantra.
Sarracajroilaka,
p.

20,

Jjhapala,
of the

is

said to be taken

by Maha Vajracarya Anandagari/lie from Mahatantraraja and speaks"


.

means
It
is

of obtaining the great circle of the essence o^'

Vajra.,

work on Seka.

The success

in

supreme

feliv
>rv

city can nevor be attained without the union with Prajna, km.

f'Kttl'ACK.

vil

lotus.

That sort
etc.
t

of success

cannot bo attained by ablutjpns,

by pure food,

is

VajrHmH antra, p. 20. From kuown to be Abhayakara Gupta.


Vajrayana school.
2it,

ofchor soirrces tlio autlior


It is

a priestly

manual

of the

It treats of offerings to doities,

consecration of images and temples and similar topics.


'

Anirfakarnikd,

p.

by

Vibhiija Candra, a

a commentary on Namasangitf famous wrifer on ICalacakrayfina,


is

Ilrrnka taufra,

p.

17b,

is

a Sangiti.
in

It treats of the

workup
a secret?

of Lleruka

and Vajrayogini

each other's embrace,

and mystic worship, much in vogue in Nepal The Nepaleso cad this union sambara or restraint, and are very unwilling to sJiow the image or to give out its secrets. The
worship
is

performed with

all

the paraphernalia of a Tantrika

rite,

as the counting of beads, the offering of clarified butter,

the five M's and so forth.

The
is

interlocutors in this work-

The gist of queshow lleruka has five elemental forms, how he is the roceptacle of the throe Kay as, Nirmana kaya, Sambhoga kaya and Dharma kaya, the extertions
is,

are Bodhisattva

Vajrapam and Jiuddha.


produced,

how

the restraint

nal

form, the internal

form

and that pertaining to the


said to be three lakhs

character of both.

The extent

of the

work

is

and eight

hundred slokas but


that the huge

this

appears to be fabulous.
appears, and
\

Tn Tantras

this sort of figure often

am

inclined to think

numbers
of the

relate not to slokas


in

but to letters.
tried
to

This

is

work

Sahajayana

which people

rise to eternal bliss

from sexual pleasure, a doctrine of salvation which a thousand years back was much in vogue in Eastern India and is not yet totally extinct. fn page 197 of his catalogue of Buddhist-Sanskrit

Manuscripts, Prof. Bendall describes a manuscript of (Jafcus# pitha tantra, but unfortunately the professor could not give the opening verse of the work, as perhaps his manuscript
\V$s defective at the beginning, so
e\'f
t

it is

difficult to identify
in

it.

The work has become absolutely rare

Nepal'

The

PREFACE.

Buddhist panditas say that the only old copy thai was in Nepal Tn the present catalogue, is now to be found in Cambridge.
however, there
tantra.

are

four works

based

The one which seems


in p. 12.

to be a

on the Oatuspitha "Pafijika" commentary


Oatuspithaloka.
It

has been described

ft is entitled

says that the opening verse begins with h]vain bhasitasarva-

jnam,

and ends with the


tlie
:

thinks that

text

is

word Yogini" jalasambaram. It Sahgiti and that a SangTti must have

four elements
ject taught,

the teacher, the

mode

of teaching, the sub-

and the place

of teaching.

The name

implies

that there should bo four

pit has,

but from the mutilated manuof onl\

script in this catalogue, the

names

three pithas have

been obtained,
Prof. Bendall
pitha.

viz.

Atmapitha,

Parapitha and
to

Yogapilha.
be Cuhya-

however found the fourth name


etc.

It treats of different

kinds of intercourse of

with yoginls, such as Prajfulparamita,

Va jrasattva The second work


to
r

described

in

page

is

Catuspithanibandha which seems


It

be a liturgy on the original tantra.

explains the word


is

Atmapitha by saying that


five elements.
it is

this

human body
is

the seat of the

The

third

work

described

in

the same page


to

entitled Catuspithasadhana-saniksepa,

and seems
of this

be

a short liturgy.

As the present manuscript

work was
concerns
of

copied in
ship
itself

a.d.

1145, the antiquity of this form of secret worthis date.


It

must bo some centuries older than


with
all

the

six cruel rites


circles, etc.

: propitiation
Tho fourth
It
is

deities,

homas, mystic

pahjika, p. 57, by Durjaya


script dated a.d.
tary,
in the
is

Candra.

angry Mitapada an old manuis

Hid,

In the introduction to the

commen-

Durjaya Candra observes that Atmais not

to be realised

person of a Yogi, but in that of other persons. Yoga simply the image of Cod and the best means of attaining both phenomenal and absolute truth, -ftsana is that
posture which facilitates meditation, and so on. It makes *n obeisance to Yoamlmra, who sits in the midst of a Cakra or a circle of female deities, forty in number, and though

enjoying their company, restrains himself

PREFACE.
Yof/anibarariil/ii,

IX

p.

160,

is

taken from

tlio

Atmapitha-

chapter of Catuspltha Vrhanmahatantraraja, porliaps a larger


recension of the Catuspltha tantra.
the worship of Yoi;aml)ara.
scribes a
It

gives the rules of


p. 52, pre-

YoL^ainbarasadhana,
for

shorter process
i.e.

propitiating

Yogambara.

uses Kfitaksara mantras,


wifch

mantras having many consonants


Fn the colophon'

one vowel only,


i$

i.e.

unpronounceable.

the

work
is

called

Maelhya Yogambarasadhana.
of a

Jn page 58

there

a small

fragment
Ln

work
is

entitled Y'ogambarasa-

dhanopayika

page 80 there
in

another

work
is

entitled

Yogamllara-kalpa-sadhana
the union of Prajfia and

which Jnanesvari
is

regarded as
in

Fpaya, and

also

worshipped
has

connection witii Yogambara,


Vasanlah'hika,
p.
1913,

by KrsirapadaVarya,
of

been

taken from

the

YogapTtha

the

Cat uspithatantra.

An

account of the Tibetan translation of this work will be found


in

"Catalogue
is

Du Fonds
lloruka

Tibefain

",

p.

88.

Krsnapada-

carya
the

sometimes called Kahnapada.


of

The

work: treats of

There is a commentary on this work unknown m Tibetan, in page bl. The commentator speaks of the author as the second llemka (impersonated). He says this work is a Sadhanopayika, i.e. a means of attaining success in the worship of lleruka. The
and
ilahasambara.
1

worship

object of the Avork

is

the good of the

whole

world after

attaining success in the art of union.


Candatiiaiirnuusanafiutfra,
p.

210,

\^

a SangUi

and be-

gins in the regular form with

samaye,"

etc.

The
is

place

"evam may a srutam ekasmin from which Buddha (Vajrasaftva)


It'

uttered this tantra


ft is

the female organ of Vajradhatvisvari.

complete

25 patalas.

has a Pafi'pka commentary,

in

page 02, entitled Padmavati.


element called Parsad.

In addition to the four elements

of a Sarigiti already mentioned, the


fifth

commentator mentions a
that in

The, commentator says


it

order that a Sangiti might be authoritative-,


the Parsad or audience before

should specify

whom

it

is

narrated.

But

Bhagavan

in that interesting position in

which he was, when

PttttFU'K

uttering the tantra, could have no Parsad.


his

How

con Id then

sermons ho reported' To this the reply is, that the Bhagavan and the Bhagavati are merely two bundles (union) The Bodhisattvas and their Saktis reof he five (dements.
I

present these elements, and so they were present there.

The
it
<

Bodhisattva
*there,

Vajrapani,

who represents
1

audition,

heard
:

and reports i( now. I ho first verse u tiered is Bhav adjhavavinirmuktah Caturanandaikatatparah NKprapa ideas varfipohaip Sarvasainkalpavar jitali n
(

The commentary explains this verse thus: Bhav,a, the phenomena of pleasure and supreme pleasure. Abhuva, tlie pleasure at the cessation from activity, tabhyam vinirmukfah,
freed from both.

Pleasures are of four kinds.:


,

embracing,

kissing, pressing the breast

imprinting nail

marks,

etc.

and pricking with tin* nails, i.e. Those lasi as long as the
the highest
bliss,

thunderbolt

is

in

union with the lotus.

The Sangiti teaches that


the Buddhists

Nirvana, of

cm

be attained only by the union of


or

woman woman
dall

the

man representing ITpaya


that
these

man and Buddha, and the


Prof. Bern

representing Bodhi or Prajnaor Dharma.

thinks

Tantric

works are

"veiled

Kama

sastras/' but I think they are worse than that;


lust

for they teach

without love and aesthetic sentiments, and they an;

horridly vulgar, loathsome and repulsive.

At the end

of tin'

work, the commentator Mahapandita Mah;isukhavajra gives a commentary of the celebrated Buddhist formula of faith
"

Ye ])harma,

etc."
p. f>I,
is

(Jukntedirthftra,

mere fragment, rather


it

less

than that, only a few lines, but


18,

has a commentary

in

page

Upper Indi The commentary seems to have been composed at Raiavanavihara, and it is a Panjika commentary.
by dayabhadra,
i.

a,

monk

of Ooylon,

who

settled

in

Cakrammba.fit

is

a Sangiti, but

it

does not begin

in

the

customary way with 'Uvam maya, etc/ It begins with the word "parama." And the commentator raises the question:

How can

it

then be regarded as a Sarpgi ti

and answers

it

by

PKEFACE.

XI w

supposing that
inn*'-

it is

simply taken from an original tantra

mm

He thinks that tin over one hundred thousand slokas. and, therefore, the usual way, the in begins tantra primal
1

supplementary work (uttara) need not so begin

supple-

ment
in
one*

embodies all the topies that are necessary, but no* given

theonginal Tantra,

lh

holds that Tantra and liuddhaare^


of the Samgili
is

and the same.

The subject

the cult of

Lieruka aird
ablutions, etc.

Vajravarahi.

treats of mystic euvlcs, secret

There

is

a translation of Jayabhadra's com'IS,

mentary
Tibetan*.

the Bstaiehgyur, see p.

Catalogue

Du

b'oiids

i'anjacanja tika, p.

i) Is

defective at the end,


is

Leaves

o5-88 are
School.

alsij

missing,
is

a work of

the Sahajayana

The

text

a collection of songs in the Vernaculars of


in

Eastern India, mostly

old Bengal], by v:\rious poets in the

lormof modern
Siddhacaryas.

Ivirtana songs

The .mthorsare moslly


first

called

Luhi or Bui was the

Siddhacarya.

Uarika

seems

to

be one of Ins immediate followers.

This collection

of songs

tary,
tion

is throughout ace mipanied by a Sanskrit commenwhich explains each song according to the interpreta-

put upon

it

by the Sah

tjiya sect,

but
is

it

is

not a ph'loin

logical

commentary.

The manuscript

written
in

Bengali

character

much

eirlier than the manuscripts,


,\.r>.

BendhalTs
will be

catalogue, dated

1108, LUK) and 1200.

The work

shortly published by me.


8uhjiasiit(i><ain.<jrd1i<f,

p. 2 t5, is a

compilation of Sanskrit

and Vernacular sayings of Siddhacaryas on Sahajayann,

work

lias

been

published

by

Prof.

Bendall.

The The work

contains nob songs but generally

Doha

verses from Dohakosas

by such

men

as Krsnacarya, Saroruha Vajra

and others.
of the

Ihisfttattrumt'/yraha, p, 22,

by Ksitigarbha, treats

ten prominent topics

in

Tantrika worship of the Buddhists.


;

They are: (1) Raksa protection


(8)
(

(2)

Aeakra not
(">)
f

a circle

Cakra circle; [) Japatolling the beads; lutions; '6) Hatha a kind of yoga; (7) Vali
Pratyahgira a mantra;
J) (
(

Sekn ab(8)
It

Term^s;

Puta;

and

(10)

Udghata.

tXU
says that
first

TREFACE.
of
all

one should realise his Vi/a mantra

in his

heart as a luminary and in that VI /a. mantra he should perceive Bhairava


to him,

(Buddha and others) and should make obeisance


his

worship him; obtain

instructions as well as apin

proval.

Then he should take refuse


tin*
lie

,and he should follow

pith of Buddha.

Buddha and others; Has mind should


to
'

be fixed on Bodhi, thence

would comfortably proceed


*

Mukti.
Vap-fu/of/iiilsfldhttiuty

pp

27, 28,

by Acarya Vijaya

Vajr:i.

Copied
a

a.i>.

according

to

1151, treats of the propitiation of Vajrayogmi the process laid down by hidrabhuti, who was
Tt
is

king of Orixsa.

work

of the

Sahajayana School.
a

It includes

KiiHkapnjarvlhi
attaining
piration.
spiritual

pi)

27, 23,

which treats of

mode

of

excellence

by the manipulation of res

Maha^anirartana

Ivathn,

page 30, by Sarva

llaksita,

is a

work

in

six

k and as,

each divided into four Visramas.

The

fourth Visrama of the fourth kanda treats of both pleasure and pain, and speaks of men attaining longevity of 20,000 years or more m a state of bliss There will exist no pain even in memory.
Kahjanak<iiaa<ihi>}nicirarana pp. 37 and 38, is a commentary on Ivalyanakamadhenu; the manuscript is dated a.i>. 1114, ft treats of the cure of diseases both by herbs and by
y

mantras.
J l

ardniart/[asatj/dinctai/aka tiamsayaparicchc(hi

(?),

p. !(),

Vajrayana school, which is divided into ten paricchedas, and raises doubts about abstruse points of Buddhism and attempts to solve them in its own way. [fs mode of Abhiseka is peculiar. The first Abhiseka is Mala (rosary), (2) water, (8) Vajra thunderbolt, (-1) Gong, (o) mirror, (6) Nam a, (7) permission of the Acarya.
is

a fragment of a lost

work

of the

)o(jaratnamata
y

p.

M,

is

Panjika commentary

on

the Ifyvajra tantra.


this

Prof. Bendall gives the

opening

lines of

Panjika

in

page 190 of his Cambridge catalogue.

The

PREFACE.

Xlll

ITevajra Tantra seems to be a Sanglti written in the regufar

form and the commentator's name


pada.
a.
13.

is

Krsnacarya or Kahnais

TJie manuscript described


is

by Prof. Bendall

dated

1200, and
is

in

Bengali character; while the present

manuscript
racter.
#

written in

much

older transitional

Gupta chap.

Prof. Bendall describes the

Hevajra Tantra in

58

and 18k
Marmctkanikn,
p.
1*5,

is

Pahjika commentary
of

by

Mahapandita Bhiksu Viryyasrimittra


been found.
Shhlhaikarh-amkihtilaufra,
in
is

VikramSila Vihara,

on Tattvaj nana Samsiddhi, the text of which has not yet


1267, and

p.

51,

dated

a.d.

Bengali character,
said to havo

is

book on incantations.
Tantra
to Viresa.

Mafiju Vajr.i
It

spokon

this
is

teaches <he
so

doctrine that manira

God.
lS

God ha4 no other body,

the meditation of a deity the letters of a mantra,


J)aki)ttjalas<unbara,

nothing but the meditation of

p.

55,

is

attributed

to

Heruka

whose another name

is

Oakrasambara, who tiught


in the

this tantra

about the worship of yogmis,

lefbdianded process,

an

ex.trem.ely easy metliod for attaining

supreme
lias

bliss.

Vajrava-

rahl

is
is

nothing but the absence of


Prajfia,

all

phenomenal attributes.

She

pure and simple.

She

many
is

forms, but the

form which has two hands and two faces


with here.

principally dealt

The present manuscript embodies a commentary on the Tantra by an unknown author, who follows IndrabhQti. The manuscript marked III 878 C in page 61 of this work, contains live works by five great writers. The firstis

Yogavatara by Arya Nagarjuna, the second, Svadhisthanaprabheda by Arya Deva, the third, Advayavivarana Prajnthe fourth,
a

opayaviniscayasiddhi by Acarya Pad ma Vajra,


is is

work by Dinnaga, and the

fifth

Prajnopayaviniscasiddhi

by Ananga Vajra.

are works of the

The Mahayana

first,

the second and the fourth

School.

The

third and the fifth

belong to the Vajrayana.

From 'the

third

work we gt an

authoritative exposition of the nature of the union of Prajna

xiv

PREFACE.

A tentative translation of tlie extract, in page with Upaya. 65 of this work, is given here to explain the nature of that
union.
I'ra/tiopni/a,

the means with knowledge,

i.e.

the

means

produced by knowledge. What does Upaya or means signify'' Tt signifies universal compassion, as the asset of Vajrasattva
with a strong and stable form.

Upaya
is

signifies this form.

Upaya
and the
of

is

Vajrasattva,

who

is

identified with the tive elements

five

Tathagatas, and who


c

expansion and

mtraction.

It is

endowed with the attributes embraced by knowledge


the lotus.
is

(Prajna)

the

thunderbolt entering

devotee

should think of knowledge as non-dual, this

Prajriopaya.

What
five

is

the relation between the two

The

live

senses with

presiding deities pertain to the nature of the five elements,


all

and they are


also

reduced to the form of void.

The Upaya
and
stable,

is lie

also Vajrasattva, he stands for all entities strong


is

reduced to the form of void.

The two
is

letters

Oin and

Hum

represent non-duality.

Vajrasattva

never two, but he

has assumed the

form
If

of

duality simply to illustrate the

union of Prajfiopaya.

he were really two, then void would


is

be joined to void (which

absurd).
p.

Acaryakriyasavinrcaya,

170,

by Mahamandalacarya
is

Pandita Avadhuta Sri Jagaddarpan,

a compilation of the

duties of a Buddhist Acarya from various sources with the

object of attaining success in occult matters.

It begins with

an obeisance to Heruka.

It defines

a Vajraearya and gives

rules for the consecration of temples, etc.

Guhyasamadhi,
of

p.

173,

is

a Sangiti.

It purports to be

the second half of the

Guhya Samaja.
Horuka;

It treats of the origin

Samputa or union,

of

of attaining success

through

Nairatma (void); kini and others.

of the propitiation of

Kataputana, Vajrada-

It also treats of Vasantatilaka, Tilaka, Saretc.

vajnajhana, parardha homa,

Manjujnana
itself chiefly

175, is a Sangiti and concerns with the great merits and miraculous powers of
taidra, p.

Mafijusrl Kumarabhuta.

But incidentally

it

treats of

Tan-

PREFACE.
trik success,

XV

such as Vaksiddhi, Mantrasiddhi, Putrasiddfli,


a Sangfti and treats of the

Jnanasiddhi, etc

Sam/jut odbhara,

p. 199,

is

union of Prajna and Upaya.


Vajravclrnlurahasyam, p. 240, treats of the secret union
of
i.e.

It is called Paramarahasya, Heruka and Vajravaraln. very secret, and is said to be taken from Yogatantra.

Mrmodfti/atanfra, p. 240,
cult of
all

is

a compilation of that special


to find in the

Buddhism which attempts


is

human body

that

found

in the universe.
p.

Yoghrijfllataiitra,

211,

is

a compilation on the wor-

ship of Yogi n is, and Regius with an obeisance to Vajravarahl


just after her union with

Heruka, when she

is

in a

mood

to

grant

all

sorts of boons.

MISCELLANEOUS MAHAYANA WORKS.


Adikarmaridlii,
p.

41,

by Tatakara Gupta.
of

The

au-

thor wrote

it

out of rospect for Prajnakar Gupta.

In this

work he embodies the views

Subhakara Gupta,

who

is

known to

be one of the scholars of the Vikramsila Vihara, and


of the

from the description


first five

author he appears to have been a

great controversialist.

Paramitas.
in

It

The work treats of Adikarma, i.e. the gives much valuable information about
is

Buddhism
one

Bengal during the Pala period. It says that any


a Buddhist, but in
is

who

fakes refuge in the three jewels

initiating a

Buddhist

in

Sila,

great discrimination

to be
live

exercised; for the Silas are not to be given to

men who

by habitual killing of animals.


tikas,
live

Kaivartas, khetas and khaSilas,

should never bo initiated in the


if

because they

on the slaughter of animals, but

they give up their

caste occupation,

and take
of

to agriculture

and other innocent

occupations, then they rai^ht


are

The kaivartas The khatikas have blue ksatriya blood in their veins. They used to slaughter animals in Brahmanical sacrifices, but as sacrifices oame to bo looked down in society, they became hunters and
be initiated.

the

fishermen

Bengal.

Xvi
liv/nl

PREFACE.

by

selling meat.

The work speaks

of

Sravakayana,

Bodhisattvayana and Mantrayana. At the time when the author wrote, there were numerous Buddhist priests who they were called Aryas, and they had led married lives The Silas had lost a position below the Monastic Order.
;

importance and have become mere sacrawas granted by priests as Bodhisattvahood "monts, even The sacraments were called Sambaras. a sacrament.
their

original

was the tenth and Mantrayana had no special Sambara. the last Sambara. The [t had all the nine Sambaras of the Mahayana School. tenth Sambara therefore belonged to Vajrayana, which, when
Vajravrata was also a Sambara, but
it

the author wrote, was not dignified with the*


It

name

'

Yana.'

gives in detail the daily duties of a pious Buddhist and

gives the mantras to be uttered on each occasion.


tras

The manlong

are

all

monosyllabic.

Kutaksara mantras and


It speaks of
((notes

mantras are as a rule avoided. sect with great respect and


It

the

Sammatlya
etc.

from such tantras as

Abhidhanottarottara, Abhidhanotfnra, llerukabhyudaya,

speaks of Sandhya and Gayatri of Vajra varan!.

Devapralimalaksana, pp. 41 and 137,


Sanglti.

is in

the form of a

Sariputtra asks the Lord

how

his followers are to

conduct themselves after the Nirvana of the Lord.


says that they should erect sliipas.

The Lord
book an;

The words

of the

Nyagrodha-parimandalam kayam, i.e. tin; body of the Buddha in tho form of a peepul tree; its length and breadth should be
equal.
nf

They should consecrate images for worship not only Buddhas but also of Bodhisattvas. The images of Bodhisattva should be 120 angulis and that of Buddha 125 angulis. The headdress should be <4 angulis, the hair 6 angulis, and
the face 18| angulis, and so forth.

Buddha Cavil a Kan //a, by Agvaghose,

p.

12,

has already

been published by the late Professor Cowell. The present manuscript fills up some of the lacuniae in the printed work.
Antarmjapti *a mart liana,
p.

48,

by Ratnakar

Santi,

scholar of the VikramSIla Vihara.

It has been edited by

me

PREFACE.
in the

XVU,
[t

"Six Nyaya Tracts

of the Buddhists."

treats of

syllogisms without Drstanta (or examples). Pakaridhi, by Divakara Candra, p. '13, treats of various

kinds of medicinal preparations.

titupalaksanakdrika Vinranavi,
(?),
is

p. 58, l>y

Bliadra Vyfiha
to

commentary on Stupalaksanakarika, attributed


It is princi[)ally

Ltfkanatha.

taken from the

Viitaya of the

Lokottanuvadins.
SaniKhtriiiinmht, Kari/a, p.
(

<)8,

by Asvaghosa, has been


It treats of

published by

me

in

the Bibl. Ind, series.

Nanda,

a step-Brother of

Buddha and o^i his wife Sundarl. They were living very happily as husband and wife at Kapilavastu, when Buddha came there and compelled Nanda to renounce the
world.

Nanda wanted

lo

1:0

back

to

his wife,

but

Buddha

and

his followers held

him back.

Aftor a few years' struggle


he

Nanda became an Arhat and


convert.
.Ihuhlhokla $<uiLs<iraiii(Vjii
y

made

his wife his first

p.

162, treats of the creation


of mind, death,

o{ the world, its destruction, of pacification

purgatory, sin, virtue, liberation of the soul, etc.

The

" Varajikas " are

works on expiation.

There are

several Barajikas
this catalogue.

among

the paper manuscripts mentioned in

Vajraxattra parajikfl, p. 100, belongs to the Vajrayana


School.

Saddharma

parajika, p. 162, professes to be taken


it

from the Tripitaka, though


tras,

makes use
is

of mantras.

Mafijusrlixlrajikri, p. 168,

taken from the Vinaya Su-

and

its

extent

is

said to be 12, (MM) slokas.

The work

is

attributed to

Mahjugn.
p.

Tar a parajika,
treats of evil omens.

105, attributed

to

Avalokitesvara,

Siiblidsitaratntlkar, p. 171,

by Acarya Sura,

is

a Buddhist,

anthology.
t'aih/a

pudgala hhattarakoihh'Ha,

p.

174,

is

an interlocu-

tion

between Vasubandhu and Maharaja Indraprstha^ about

the consecration of stQpas, temples, etc.

* v Vlil

PKEFAfK.
\lait!/<t,vraf(lims(im$d,
p.

218,

is

an interlocution between
of consecrating

Asoka and Up tgupta on the merits and Viharas.


Dliarma kosa
lation of
to
}

StGpas

p. 2 lo,

is

comparatively modern compiof

Buddhist Sanskrit words used

havo used the

Dharmi Saingraha
of

patti

and Mahavyutpatti

in Nepal. It seems Nagarjuna, the Vyutthe Tibetans and other works of

similar nature.

BttAKMANIO TANTRAR.
Tlie

Buddhist Tantras arc


In

mostly

in

the

form

of

commentators have tried to adduce reasons IW such a change o of The Hindu Tantras are generally in tin form of inform.
1

Sanguis,

a few cases where they are not so, the

terlocutions between

Ilara

and

Parvafi

in

their

various

forms,

lint the interlocutors talked

m
J

secret at their abodes

either in the Himalayas or in the

Ivailasa.

How

could their

conversations be published on earth


that they are avatarita or

The reply is given, brought down on earth by nine

Nathas.

[K/V/c

118 of the present catalogue].


is

Who

the

nmo Nathas
Visnu
Nepal.

are,

unknown,
1

[n

page

\<\)
>

the

these nine Nathas arc given on the authority of the late

names of Subba

Prasada

Raj ibhandan, librarian,


a Tantrika himself

He was

Durbar Library, and passed his time in

reading Tantras.

But in the colophons of Tantras, these names do not appear, and instead of them, we have Matsyendra Natl a Avalarita, Adi Natha Avatarita, Kant ha Natlia Avatarita and others. The names of theso Nathas are known from the Hathayoga-pradipika of Goraksa Natha. That the Nathas were a great sect of the Saivas (Siva worshippers) is well known Wassiljew places them about A.n. 800, and that appears to be their approximate age. Nathism or Nathapantha is not so modern as is considered
i

to be.

Onu

of

the

original

tantras entitled Mahakaulajnana

Vinirnaya, p. 82, has been brought

down by Matsyendra

PKEFACE.

XV9

Natha,

who

is

often called

killers of

fish.

Macchaghnapada or the lord d the The manuscript is written in transitional

Cupta character, a character older than the oldest Nowari, manuCatalogue is written. The Cambridge the script in date of
nearly the same character in which the oldest dated
that
w"brk,

The extent Cambridge manuscript is a.d. 85!). Mahakaulajhana Vmirnaya, is said to be 8000
is

of the
slokas.

The

work*

said to be
is

Candradvipa Vinirgata.
if

ing of this word

obscure;

it

The meanmoans coming from Canis still

drarfvipa in the district of J>ackerganj, which


as a seat of Tantrikism, the
a sect

regarded
as

Nat has should be regarded


work

having their origin


tin I'd

in

Bengal.
treats of the worship of

The

patala of this
of Siva.

the phallic

emblem

It derives the
i.e.

word Linga from


Linga
is

the dissolution of the Universe,


will

that into which the world


is

ultimately be

dissolved

or

submerged.
It

the

creator and destroyer of the Universe.


infinite,
is is

pure, bright,
It

shining like meteor and flashing like lightning.

to be

worshipped with scented flowers


worshipped by mental flowers

The mental emblem


(virtues),
viz.:
(I)
(H)

to bo

Abstinence
Mercy,
(7)
(4)

from

slaughter,
(5)

w
(

2)

Restraint
(6)

of

senses,

Devotion,

Forbearance,

Absence

of anger,
of the

Meditation, (8) and

Knowledge.

But the worship

physical
in
is

the

emblem gives enjoyment in this world and liberation next The physical emblem which is in human body
The second patala
des-

vested with miraculous power.

cribes the dissolution of (he universe by


cess
:

the following pro-

Sakti dissolves herself into Siva, Siva into

Kriya,

and

Kriya dissolves into lccha


appears
in

(will),

and the

will

(lccha) dis-

the

supreme Siva.

Page 218 speaks of another work as brought down by Matsyendra Natha. It is entitled Kainakhya Cuhya. Page 8i) speaks of a work entitled Kuvjika-puja-paddhati which is said to have been brought down by Adya, or Acjinatha. The word used here is Adyavatare and not Adyavatante;

V XX

PREFACE,

this'raises a

doubt whether

this

work belongs
to

to the
cult,

Nathas.

The
called

goddess Kuvjika

belongs

another

which

is

PaScimamnaya.
p.
21),

Knlajndna,

Hindu

tantra,

is

an interlocution
to be of

between Siva and Sanmukha.


groat antiquity.
be a supplement to
p. 96,
it.

The work appears


in

The Kalottara tantra


to

and the preface


an
interlocution
is

700 versos may (Vide my Nepal Catalogue lUnH, that Catalogue LIX.) The latter is
Siva

also

between
in

and

Kartikeya.

The

Kalajhana tantra
is

given below

complete

17 verses

and

its

substance

The

spirit,

while clothed in
it
is

ttesh

is

subject to change
it is

(alteration)

but when
It exists

devoid

of

"fleshy nook'*

changeless.

pervaded. He,
J am He is

everywhere as the pervading and the And whoever utters (i.e. can speak out) " \ am He", that " am lie" is called God Sada Siva;
1

and

realised

through
of

the

teachings of Guru.

Hi

becomes an object
in

perception and omnipresent

As

oil

linseed seeds mingles with the fragrance of Mowers, so spirit

both inside and outside mingles with the body

Just as a

man

with a torch in hand brings objects within his sight (then


is

the torch

cast

off),

so after perceiving the nature of objects

through knowledge, knowledge should be given up.


flower
tree
is
is

The

changeful but
but

its

scent

is

changeless.
is

'Hie Vilva

changeful,

its

shadow

not

so.

Thus every-

where then; are two phases,


changeless
(i.e.

changeful (phenomenal) and


is

Absolute

).

The changeful

known through

the changeful (the material through matter) and the Absolute

through tho Absolute.

than what measures three

That which measures two is subtler that which measures one is more subtle still than what measures two, and what measures half is of the highest subtlety! There is another subtlety which is the highest of the high. lirahma, Visnu, Rudra, Mahesvara and Siva signify these different stages of subtlety. The fifth
;

among othe
Visnu
in

five is changeful.

Brahma
in

resides in the heart;


;

the

throat

Rudra

the palate

Mahesvara

PRfiFAOR.

X\l

between the eye-brows

Siva at

tlie
is

lower end of

Nad a

sftid
it

Parapara
and there

(the highest of tlie high)


1

on the other end of


is

is

the Sastras.

nothing higher than this, that " How can that be subject
leads
^

the dictum of

to

coming and
iMahndeva!

gomg'^ b
Tell

And who
the
it

This

is

my

doubt,
is

me
its

truth."

"A

living

being

led
[

by energy
shall
is

or force, and

rests after attaining power.

speak
said <o

about

0*11(1,

Sanmukha, hear me
is

truly.

Th.it

bo independent of Itesh and this


that is

the twelfth wonder!

And
body
flows
is

within
it

you and

the

Lord
the

residing in your

envelops

(in turn).

The mind
still

might, be

thrown away, the


the yogis

sight might be divojaVd,

Yoga

of

without interruption.
highest stage, this
destructible."
is

This

is

the highest secret, this

the
'in-

the highest Brahma, the highest

Sastlu-Vidya-prasaipsa,
Tlie

p.

23,

was copied
of

a.d.

1859.

work
from

is

taken

from

tlie

ltudra yamala, vhich ap-

pears
^asthi

the
is

colophon

to

consist

125,000

slokas.

Vidya
title

the last chapter of the last ^atka.


p.

Siddhasantanasopanapadhati,
has the
of hala

01,

by Yasoraja, who
to

Vagi's vara,

belongs

Srimata,

i.e.

Kuvjikamata
copied in La

of the western school.

Sam
It is

184,

e.

a.d.

1800.

The manuscript was The father of Yasoraja


consists of 03 leaves

was
of

(lopa,

complete

in

IS patalas.
p.
10,

Vtiramexrnra mafa Tanh'it,

which 8 are missing. It, runs from the 2Mb patala to the 89th patala,, and appears to be the second volume of the
original work.
It
is

written in old Newari and


1

therefore
Prof.

must belong either


Benclall in

to the

1th or to the 12th century.

Oam. Oat mentions a Paramesvaramata T antra written in transitional Gupta character and dated a.d. 859. It contains 62 leaves only, but they are
page 27 of
his

the remnants of a

very large work, one of


of its pat alas are

its

leaves being
viz.

numbered
having the

193.

Only two

numbered,
an
end.

41st and the 42nd.


last leaf,

The

Professor

is

fortunate howeter in
to

bringing the

work

My

VX

PRKFAf'F).

manuscript, however, has the


Tt

first leaf of

the second volume.


of in

<dves in

tlie

form

of a question, the subjects treated


it-

that volume.

In the very tirst verse

appeals to tradition.

H asks about the creation of ".Mem" and its purification, of Santana, the six Kulamnayas, six Nyasas and of the great and mysf ic Union, it asks about (lie following deities: Vagisvari, Mahama-ya, Gamunda Kulana\ lka, Mrfyuhjava, Mahakah Sntula, Tripurad>hairavj, Samaya\ idya, KulaMahasamodbhavi, Nitya, Siddlniinartandabhairavi, kara,
Krsnangi, Muktida, Kulamala.

Ma\a
worship.

is

secret
is

Sakti,

Janardana

is

an ade])t
Saras vnti

in

her
is

Vagis\ari

the highest-

Sakti.

great Sakti given to Sanmukha.


Sakti,

Through the favour


(formidable).

of this

There Brahmavidya, Sahjivanividya and Kalividya. The growth of the embryo, the birth of a son, tin use of poison and its antidote, working of miracles also come within the purview of this tantra. There is another manuscript of this work mentioned in page 115 of this catalogue, which comes up to the end of the It does not belong to the Durbar Library, but 17th patala. owner, Asvinikumara Rajopadhyaya, a descento a private dant- of the Gurus of the No war Rajas of Bhatgao, replaced

Makaradhvaja

is

so successful

are other Vidyas too, Vajraprasarikai,

by the present Gurkha dynasty.


llnihiiid
Yriiiutlit,
it

pp.

00-02,

is

manuscript

in
a.i>.

good
1052.

preservation, though

was

writ fen so far

back

as

The word Yamala is derived from the word Yamala, which means union, so the various yamalas seem to be designed to inculcate the worship of united deities, such as Hrahma and
SarasvatT; Visnu and Laksmi
;

and Siva and Tara,


120,
is

etc.

llmlni
'

Yuinahi Tai/fra, p.

an interlocution be-

Here Bhairava is the interroThe present work is a supplement to other yamalas of which the following are mentioned: Sri Yamala, Visnu Yamala, Sakti Yamala, and
gator and Bhairavi answers his questions.

tween BhairavT and Bhairava.

Brahma Yamala.

PKKFACK.

XX 111
in p. 124,

There

is

another Rudra Yamala tantra

whjch
a short

deals with one section of that tantra only, viz.Trikntaraliasya.

Vijhana Bhairavam, Rudra Yamaliya,


articulate sounds, its nine divisions, etc
Piiujalaniala, p. GO,
is

]).

123,

is

work taken from the Rudra Yamala Tantra treating

of Jfiana;

an interlocution between Pingala

ancf

Bhairava.

It

defines

Agama
in

as that

from which
Si v a,

all

orders proceed, they issue from the mouth of

and are

transmitted through tradition

versified
J

form.

Jt defines

Sastm
leads

as

that

which rules or saves.

nana

is

that which
(i.e.

(guides)

and Tantra

is

that which spreads over

popularise) and saves.


JllahUjuhfja Tiinlni, p. 70, seems to inculcate the secret
ol Guhya Kali, who has a famous shrine The whole tantra is of a mystic nature and is said

worship

in
to

Nepal.

extend
of the

to 12,000 slokas,

but the most mystic portion of the mystic


is

tantra extends over loOO slokas, which


})

the extent

resent work.

Viimake^cara
etc.''
[

T<aitr<i

begins

''

Ganesa-Graha-Naksatra
is

Vide

p.

22].

tippanl on this tantra

to be

found

in p. 75.

(Jul ike

other original tantras,

Vamakesvara begms

with a Mangalacarana, and the commentator tries to explain


this fact

by saying that a disciple or a

disciples' disciple of the

Devi desirous of bringing down the tantra on earth, makes


the

Mangalacarana., so here

is

a tantra not

brought down by
his obiesancr
full of

one of the Nathas.


to the

The commentator makes

energy

of

the Mantras of

Tripura Sundari,

amorous sentiments.

Brahma Samhihi, p. 75, is a Vaisnava Tantra. lake all Vaisnava works it was current in Southern India; and it was brought to Bengal by Caitanya m the beginning of the 15th
century.

The present manuscript however is written Newari character and dated A.n. 1105. Though the work
said to be an interlocution

m
is

between Brahma and Narada,

in

the beginning

it is

an interlocution between Kapihjala and


are called adhyayas and not pat alas.

Narada.

The chapters

\X1V

I'HHI'WrK.

The work
still

is

also

known
it

as Visnuraliasya or the secrets of the

worship of Visnu.
current

speaks of

many
it

vratas

which are

India,

and

at the end

speaks of dedicating
a
all

temples and consecrating images.


Kninhvhpikriy
p. 79, is also

a Vaisnava Tantra.

it

is

compilation by Kesavacarya, written for the benefit of


the four castes
in

all

the four stages of

life.

it gives the

process of worshipping Krsna.


JCri y nlctilnij
n<t
i

tara,

p.

85,

was copied
a

in

a.d.

1184 at

Dhavalasrota, modern

Dhankliel to the east of Katmandu,

which was then the capital of

feudatory Chief of Nepal.

The work
it treats

is

an interlocution between Kartikeya and Siva.


snake-charms, snake-poisoning and
of
its

of snakes,

cure;

malignant

influence

planets;

Yaksas;

Pisacas;
of

Sakinis; troubles visiting children;

removal of

sterility

women;

scorpions and

other venomous

worms and

insects.

It also treats of various kinds of fever,

and prescribes cures


in
is

by mantras. Kirana

Tnti(r<<, p.

\)\),

is

the oldest dated manuscript


in
It
\.i>.

this catalogue,

it

was copied

92

f.

The character
to

older than the oldest


of Bhatgao,

Newark
a

belonged

an inhabitant

who was

Bhattapaudifca and whose

name

Avas

It is an original tantra, being an interlocuUdayapala Soma. Hie manuscript has a tion between (Jaruda and Hhagavan. table of contents which has been copied so far as was possible

From this table from such an old and effaced manuscript. it is apparent that this tantra attempted not only to traverse the grounds of other tantras, but also to regulate completely the lives of its votaries; for instance, it treats of purity and
impurity, of expiation,
of

the

regulation of diet, of seats


It

(Asana) and of the consecration of temples and images.


,

is,

however, not a Vaisnava tantra as

it

the interlocutors.

Two

entire

chapters

might appear from (10th and 11th)

have been copied. The tenth chapter treats of the different formsassumed by Siva; and the knowledge (which in reality is one) of Him, who is above the highest subtlety, becomes

I'ltKFACK.

XXV

tenfold by the meditation of the ten forms of Siva in ucflon

with Siva
(1)
(2) (8)
(4)
#

and the tenfold knowledge

is

known

as

Kamika.
Yogaja.
Avaeinta.

(6) Kirtita.
(7)

Suksma.
Kahasraksa.
rfuprabha.

(8)

Karana.
Arcita

(9)

(5)

(10)

Anisuman.
tlie

And
are
:

tlie

S'vas corresponding to

al)ovc tenfold

knowledge

(l)
B

Tnkaloddhara.

(6)
(7)

Uutasana.
Prabhanjana.
Kala.

(2)
(8)

Bhasmaprabhu.
Gopati.
.

(8)

(1) Prajapati.
(5)

(9) SaSi.

Acyuta.

(10) Ravi (the sun).

The work mentions eighteen Rudras and eighteen The eighteen cults are ponding to them.
:

cults corres-

(1)

Paramesa.
Nisvasa
Suliprokta.

(10)
(11)
(12)

Sarvatmabhadra.
Nidhana.
Virasa.

(2) Sririipabhasita.
(8)
(1)

(18)
(1-1)

Ranrava.

(5)
(0)

Mukhavimba.
Vindusiddhi.

Markuta (Mukuta).
Kirana

(15)

(7)
(8) (9)

Santana.

(16) Lalita.

Simhasaumya.
Candrahasa.

(17) Agneya.
(18) Siva.
:

From the above


(1)
(2)
(8) (4)

eighteen, eighteen Rudras were conceived


(')

Paramesvara
Usanamuni.

(10)
(11)

Virabhadragana.

Padmasambhava.
Prajnapalakhagesvara.
Nandikesvar.

Saivasambhava.

(12)
(18)
(11)

Munisattama
Dadhlci.

(?)

(5)
(6)
(7)

Mahadeva.
Sarvartukamuni.
lludrabhairava.

Canda asuragana.
Samsayapara
Nrsimha.
Purohita.
(?)

(15)
(16) (17)

(8)
(9)

Hutabhaksana.

(18)

Saurabheda

(?)

It

The eleventh chapter says that is the Nada (inarticulate sound).


*

jiiana (knowledge)

is

one.

It is laukika (physical)
in the

and supreme.
of 'Om,'
It
is

It

remains in the throat of Siva


it is

form

the Lord,
said
to

the Veda,

it

is

the supreme

Brahma.

It

is

be the abode of Syllabic mantras,


is

when
is

it

becomes

articulate, it

Vak

(speech or logus).

It

divided into nine parts:

the vowels, the live sets of consoksa.

nants, the semi-vowels, the sibilants and


fifty

-These are

number, and the force or energy of knowledge. They are called matrkas or mothers; they include numerical They pervade the whole literdigits (one, two, three, etc.) ature, philosophy, poetry and history. They are called servants because they serve Siva under various "names (in the form of mantras). They form both Sanskrit and the Vernaculars. From them are formed the Vija mantras, Bindas, Kalas, Kutas and Varna mantras.
in

Tattraxadbhara

Tantra^ p. 118,
is

is

an interlocution be-

tween Bhairava and Devi and the Daksinamnaya.

one of the very few works of

Mem
padhyaya.

Tantra,
It
is

p.

115,

belongs to Asvinikumara Rajo-

an
It

old palm-leaf
is

manuscript written
(

in

Nagara character.

a short work, running from ,)1B to


it

127A. In the colophon and treats of asterisms.


Daft at
Art.
I.

is

described as Yogini

Daraara

re i/a

Tantra^ p, 117,

is

a treatise on magic and Black


It

The

interlocutors are Dattattrcya and Isvara.

men-

tions the following tantras, viz.:

Dainara, tJrddhvasamadiUcchista,

Tantra, Kalacandisvara,
tra

Radha Tantra,
p.

Uhara Tan-

and AmrteSvara.
Kdldnata
Tantra,
117,
is

an interlocution between

p. Ill), is a work on magic and Unmatta BhairavT asks Unmatta Bhairava who is a" Krodlui Bhairva," and how to help those who are sinner*', criminals, liars and characterless. One of the siddhis is the attainment of heaps of Mahapatakas (sins). The know-

Narada and Nilalohita. Wiutadamara Tantra,


mystic charms.

PREFACE.
this tantra
all

XXV11
idlers,

ledge

'of

should not be imparted to


devotion to their gurus.

wicked

people, devoid of
Alalia

Bhairara

Kalpa,

p.

120,

is

an interlocution be-

tween Lima and Makes vara, and treats of magic, Black Art as well of Sarvapaksirajapiija and Iho worship of seven
Matrkas.

The work

is

divided into 38 adhyayas.


is

Viva Tantra,

p. 125,

an interlocution between Brahma

and

Visnif,

and treats of the worship of Ohinnamasta, one of


a compilation by

the ten Mahavidyas.

Karma sura Mali Hi antra,,


jaka
pal
(

p.

127,

is
is

MuNethis

khyaka, son of Srfkantha. The name


is

variously spelt. Mufi-

another

I'orjn

see p. Ixiv of the preface to

<ataloguo'(HM5).
to

Some

oi'

the verses are

my commom to

work, and
tilaka.

another by tko same autkor entitled Nityakrikaof the

That work treats


Siva

daily duties of a Tanfrika

worshipper, but this of

Karma

(rituals) generally

and accord-

ing to
to the

it

is

the highest

Principle.

The work belongs

Paseimamnaya
School.

or the Western School


p.

Kularnara Tantra,

133, seems to belong to the Urd-

dhvamnaya
of

It is

complete

in

17

ullasas

and treats
Tan-

sundry Tantrika
131.

rites, specially of

the worship of Vatuka.

Tripurasinidarlsahasrananiastotra,
trol'ta, p.

Vamaki^rar

The Vamakesvar Tantra is an interlocution between Mahadeva and Kartikeya the present work is a part of that tantra. It enumerates the thousand names of Tripurasundan in imitation of the Visnu Sahasranama in the
;

Mali abha rata.


MantraraJuisj/a

Narayaniya,
in

p.

135, treats

of

yantras
it

(diagrams) and mantras,

imitation of Vaidika mantras;


all

gives the Rsi, chanda, Devata and Viniyoga of

mantras, also

adds the Vija, Sakti and Kilakas too. Sodasa Nitija Tantra, p. 148, is an interlocution between*

GaneSa and
kas each.

Siva. It is complete in 36 adhyayas of 100 sloThese 3,600 Slokas with the colophons and the

names
which

of the interlocutors
is

amount

to four

thousand

Slokas,

the present extent of the work.

In one of the open-

\ XXVU1
ing^vcrses,
it

PREFACE.
defines the

word Kadi.
all

Because tbo word Kali


tantras which have Kali

begins with "

Ka

"

W,

therefore

for their deity are

known
Nitya

as Kadi mat a.
:

The following are the sixteen Nityas


(L)
(2
'

(">rd

chapter).

(3)

(1)
(5)

and 5th chapters). Kamesvarl (7th chapter). Bhagamalin! (8th chapter).


Lalita (kth

Nityaklinna

Jth chapter).

(6)

(7)
(8)
(<))

Bherunda (10th chnpter). Vajresvan Llth chaptei')


(

DntT (18th chapter).


Tvarita
(1

Ith chapter).

(LO)

Kulasundan (L5th chapter).

(11) Nityanitya (10th chapter).


(12) (18)

NUapataka (17th

chapter).

Vijaya (18th chapter).


(21st chapter).

(Hi) (htra
(15)

Kurukulla (22nd.chapter). Varahi (28rd chapter). (16)


p. 71, is

Matasara Tauint,
154),

complete

in

ID patalas.

sions of the

same work. A in my Nopal Catalogue of 1905 (p. 222). All these works belong to the Western School of Tantrikism, and
been described
relate to the
talas, there

complete in 28patalas, and in p. Both seem to be different recenthird and a shorter recension has

worship of Kuvjika.

In the recension of 17 pa-

appear two obscure names, one in the first verse Yoganatha, and the other in the last verse Adhyanatha.

Sammohcuta Tantra, p. 183, is an interlocution between Ak?obhya and Mahogratara. In this work they are taken as Siva and Devi; this is however very doubtful. Aksobhya is one of the Dhyani Buddhas and Tara is his consort. How they came to be regarded as Siva and Sakti is a problem for future,scholars to solve. The work deals with the destruction of evil spirits by the charms of mystic mantras. It is

rRNFAf'K.

XXIX

complete

in

10

patalas and

is

railed lierc Dvitiya

Khanda,
[See

implying theroby that there are other Khandas too.


llpr!
T.

400]

KallkiihikrumarrcdiHt,
of the worship of
Kali.

by

Vimalabodha,

p.

185, troats
to his

The author makes obeisance

gurus

in

tbn second vcv^e; they arc Visvamitra, Sista, Snkan-

iha* Kauid alls vara,

Snkrodha, Miuanka and Talanka.


It is

Vnrahi Tdiifra,]). 186, belongs to (he Southern School.


[t is

complete

in 8fi patalas
(

an interlocution between
If

Guhyakalika and

/aulabhairav;i.

troats of the

modes

of

worshiping Varahi, Mahakala and others

Then*

is

another

work bearing the sanie name, mentioned by Kaja Rajendra nl Milter m'p. 287 of Vol. VI of his Notices. That is a much larger work and is complete m 5) patalas. While fin* present work appears to have been written in Nepal, RajenI

dra Lai's work appears io have been written in Eastern India. It appears to bo rather modem, because it. mentions such
-brines as Vaidyanafha, Llmgalaj, and soon.

Varahl

(in this

catalogue) manifested herself for killing Vidala Raksasa in the

Satya Ynga.

Simtandani, p. 188, with a ommenfnry by Nilakantha, under the patronage of Anapa Simha, Raja of Uikanocr.
(For a description of the

complete

in

patalas.

commentary see Hpr. 1. 8iit).) it is Anupa Simha was a general under


faithfully

Aurangzeb and served him


paigns.

his

Deccan

cam-

PHniscaranacauih'ika, p. L Ji), by a disciple of VibudheudraSrama; the author's name seems to be Dovondrasram see
(
;

p.

72 Catalogue (Jatalogorum, vol. TIL

l^rfhinrirmnia Cudmnnni, p
ing the reign of IMmpalendiu
in

H)(),

Nepal.

by Navann Simha dur"It was composed


|

A.i)

1715].

It

gives the process of worshipping Siva's


of earth according to the

phallic

emblem made

Vedas;

ac-

cording to the tantras; according to the Kaula Sastras, and according to the Vamacara Sastras. ,
Pafira Riidraprnkara-kntliaiiaiii.^rlU),
is

an interlocution

XXX
between Satananda and
than Tantrika
of Hie

I'KHKACK.

Nam

If.

This work

is

more Vaidika

The
of the
is

Lludra mentioned here appears to be one

Hudras

Vedas, specially of the YiiyurVeda;


the form of a tanlra.
is
a,

but thv wliole

put

in

Pusjxinujhdl irij/a, p. 211,


priate to
(o

treatise on

flowers appro-

and favourites

of different deities.

This work applies

the following Tantrika schools, viz.: the Western, the Northern, the Southern and the Hrddhva (upper rchool).
Nitj(timis<irnnirn<u/i( 9 p. 2l(),
is

by Kamaramana Devasarma,
is

a Tantrika compilation on the worship of Kali.

Unrarnh
Is

T<nifr<t
y

p.

210,

an

interlocution

between
principal

vara and Devi,

ft-

is

complete

in

deities

mentioned are:

Mahama\a and
222,
is

15patalas.

The

j\latrka.

I'ltsiHirtttnrikttrd T<utfr<t, p.

by Navann Shpha, durLt

ing the reign of JJhaskarendra of Nepal.

treats of

the

flowers appropriate to and favourite of different deities (both

Tantrika

and non-Tantrika),

yva.

Glaiiusa,

Siva,

Visnu,

Aditya, the (Jrahas, the Pitrs, Bhavani, Gayatri and Sarasvati

the

deities of the Southern, Northern, Western and the upper and lower schools
Stttkr<iiri(t,
j).

18,

is

taken from Uddisa works and treats


(of

not only of the six cruel rites

the tantrikas), but also of


lire),

Agnistambhana (quenching or preventing


water, of dyeing
hair,

Jalasfambhana

subsiding wafer or Hood, of curing diseases, of walking over


of

causing

abortion, of restorative

drugs, of attaining kingdom, etc.

M
of
six

rin

a J)lp<(ka

p.
is

15, or,

in

full,

dhanadipavimarsinT, by

Vidyananda Natha,
of Tripurasundari.
IhirsdiHts

a Tantrika compilation on the worship

Tt is

complete
manti'as

in

25 patalas.
for

It

speaks

worshipping them. The Darganas are Rauddha Darsana, Vaidika Darsana, Siva Darsana, Saura Darsana, Narayana Darsana, and Sakta
the

and

Darsana. The author Vidyananda is credited with having a knowledge of all the six Amnayas of tho Tantrikas. He makes.an obeisance to the Devi under the following appellations:

I'lUa'VeK

XX
(V)
(5)
(6)

Kl

(1)

Tripura Sundan.
Kadapaharini.

Jambukeyi.
Kanamarika,
Sainbhavi.

'

(2)
(8)

IVatibhaparamesvari.
is

The work

mainly based upon Vamakosvara. Tatitra.

HItAHMANK
M((h)H(iranar<(<iiiti mifafai,
in
tin;

I'OKTIIY.
p. 2 a,

by Jayata, who flourthe-

isliod

LLth century

i>

lie

wrote

drama

at the

request of J ay a Simha,
script
iit

who himself copied

the present

manu-

the year a.m. 18^7 during the reign of Jayarimalla-

deva.

Jayanmalla was not actually a king, but a recent. The performance t )ok place a( Vyuumati, where there is a
temple of Vyuhge.svara, at the request of
\\\c

same

Ilari

Smiha

who was the head

of the Uttara Vihar.

(ilhiijopriht, p. 89,

by Caturbhuja, was written under the

patronage of Hiinhadamana Kay of Akbar's Court


Ymlnnhusii
kara and Jlohini.
K/in/it, p.
ft is
I

220,

l>y

Kasinatha, the son of SainBliattikavya,

poem

of the type of

written for imparting

he knowledge of Sanskrit grammar.


,

Mdiliuiiiunulaiui iihihakarijit

p.

22b
?

by Vala Krsna
1

It

treats of the adventures of the Hoy- Krsna.


is

I ho manuscript

detective.

'The liberation of

Yamalarjuna forms the sub-

ject of

the

J tli

canto, and V'Traharana that of the eleventh.

smiut.
The
oldest

Smrti

work

in

this

catalogue

is

entitled

Yogisvarasaingraha- Padmauabhasaingraha,

pp. L9
of the

and 90.
era,

The manuscript in p. 19 is dated 8Gu'th year i.e. a.d. 12 t6. The compilation was made
have been kept
distinct.

Newar
;

at Benares the two parts by the two authors Yogis vara and Padmanabha

The quotations
Itsis

are,

with a very

few exceptions, from the

and the authors of Sainhitas.


Karsnajini

Many works have

been cited from, which are unknown at

the present age, e.g. the smrti of Sakatayana,

\xx

ii

i'Ki<:i<ncu.

and such others. The joint work treats of the lunar days and of funeral rites, etc. riijnprdrfiiKi, by Maha^nahopadhyaya Govinda, p. 67, was written under the patronage of Bhavananda, perhaps the Bhavananda is described here founder of the Nadia family. 'The author's father was Kcsava. as a poet and a conqueror. [lis object was to write a non- sectarian work S,iirfi*(lr<t pp. 7 and 181, by liarinatha, is :\n extensive The manuscript in p. 87 was copied compilation o\' Smrti.
9

La.

tains the

script
(

.)1,

The present manuscript conYyvahara Khanda only. There is ^mother manuof the same work m p 15, dated La Sam 877, i.e. a.i>. reign of during the Rupa Narayana of Tirhut (see
3
L 1
,

Sam

i.e.

\.n.

Lr)0.

Notices of Sanskrit Manuscripts, Vol. V, pp. 282-88, when Ivaja Kajendra Lai Milra describes two parts of the same

work, one on Vivada and the other on Acara).

Ilarilala

on

Aeara seems to be a misprint for liarinatha


catalogue
1

See also 1.0


the form of a

188.

Vflshi S(i*ln(, p. 88, is

an original work

in

Tantra dealing with

architecture,

engineering devices (as

town planning, budding of palaces, etc.) as well as with such rites as house-warming, consecration of houses, etc. Vrntttpaddlmli) p. .)1, by Uudradhara, copied in La. Sam
(

280.
Tirfharidhi, p.

performed in guru MadhuMidana. [t consults Ivrfyakalpadruma, Parijata, Kanaka and other authoritative works on the subject. Krltjukalpttliifdu 8 r add ha, Ivandam, p. LOO, by Laksmiy

by Vacaspati, treats of the rituals holy places. Vacaspati makes obeisance to his
(

.)5,

dhara, son of Ilrdayadhara.

The manuscript

is

written in

Nagri and dated

the

Samvat

era and not in Nepala Samvat.

The date is Samvat 1288, i.e. a i>. 1170. This is the oldest manuscript of Laksmidhara's work as yet known.

The manuscript 16, by Candesvara. which is apparently a misprint for 180, for Oandesvara flourished about 1800 a.d.
p.
1

Unmunki/nrnli,

is

dated La.

Sam

18 .),
(

PKKFACK.
Kaiiii/iuhpailaini paddhati, p. Ill,

XX XI

11

by Premanidhi Sarjna

with the

title
:

of

Bharakulapantha.

The

authorities

con-

sulted are
etc.

Sadasiva

Samhita, Uddamara, Yamala,

Mem,

Nih/apr<ij/o(j<i luihhriknra,

son

of

Ml, by Premanidhi Sarraa, Umapati and GunavatT, born in Kumayuna. He


p.

lived in Benares.
virya.

He was

an ardent worshipper of Kartta

The work

treats of the daily duties of a


p.

Brahmana.
150, printed

Cat u rcargaciiihiniani, Parixesa Kluiuda,


in thj3 Bibl. hid. series.

Mitdaiiamt napvadl pa

prrij/axciftuddi/ota,

p. 178.

Of the

seven Uddyotas of (Ins compilation by lYIadana Shriha, the son


of

Sakti

SinJui,

who
come

attained political importance, in the

Province of Delhi

in the fifteenth

century, this

is

the second

Uddyota that

lias

to light.

See preface to

my Nepal

Catalogue, 1905, pa^e xviii and 228.


Prnyasrittapraktirana,
title,

p.

179,
is

by Bhavadeva, with the

Bala Valabhi bhujariga.


is

He

the

same Bhavadeva, whose

paddhati
bengal.

the standard work of the

Sama Vedi Brahmanasin


Harivarma Deva,
in

He was

a minister to king

the

Coast country of Bengal, who flourished about the end of Hie tenth century, lihavadeva's prasasti composed by Vacaspati Misra is the text of an inscription in the temple of Ananta Vasudeva at Bhuvanesvara.

Ddna-ntindkara,
religious gifts.

p. 179,

by OandeSvara,

is

a long

work on

Mahadmia

Vininyuja, p. 180, by Vacaspati.


p.

Purttsidimkiu oddt/ola,

182, by Gaga" Bhatta, a contemthis

porary of Sivaji.
father.

Ho wrote

work

in the

name

of his

Indradhcajotxaca

Varnanaui,

p.

191, by

Saktivallabha

Bhaltacarya,

is

a ritual, dealing with Indrayatra, the principal


of Nepal.

Hindu ceremony

For another work of the same*

author, see pp. 250 and 257 of Bhatta,

my Nepal
pp.

Catalogue, 1905.

Samratmra krtyaprakmi,
is

192-96,

by

Bh^skara

a comprehensive

compilation of the duties of a

XKX1V

I'KKFACK.

Hindu during the course of a year. It gives a complete genealogy of the Madhukara Sahi kings of Bundelkhand and also of the author himself.
Vyacaharaloka, by Gopala Siddhantavagisa Bhattacarya,
p.

212,

is

work on lawyer's law.

Krlyaiualiarnacii, p. 211,

by Maharajadhiraja Harinaraof Mithila.


viz.:

yana,

who belonged
is

to the

Brahmana Dynasty

This
(8)

complete

in

eight taraiigas,

Krtyn,'(2)

Acara,

Vicara, (i) Vyavahara, (5) Adana, (6) Suddhi, (7) Sraddha


(8)
}

and

miscellaneous.
taraii<jinl, p.

[ itrbhakti

288,

by

Vaca^pati Misra of
a,

Mithila, about the

end

of the fifteenth century, is

work on

Sraddha.

MISCELLANEOUS.
p. 71, by Bhuvananda KaviHindu music. Visvapradipa professes to be an encyclopaedia of tin; eighteen Hindu Sastras with all their ramifications. It was projected by Bhuvanananda Kavikanthabharana, the son of Kama Khan, who appears to have been Rama Candra Khan, well known in

Vixcaprii<ij[)e

SangUaloka,
treats of

kanthabharana.

It

Vaisnava literature of Bengal as the persecutor of Jlaridasa,


a a

Muhammadan, who became afterwards a Vaisnava and follower of Oaitanya. The ruins of the fortress of Itamais still

candra
in

pointed out a few miles to the north of Banga

the district of Jessore.

Bhuvanananda compiled
of a

his great

work under the patronage

who

concjucrod Benares, no other than Shcr Shah.

Mahomedan Sultan of Bengal, Oudh and Delhi and appears to be


astronomy

The volume

of the encyclopaedia treating of

and

of astrology has

'India Ollice catalogue, page 1082.


treats of

been described by Dr. Eggelhng in the The present manuscript

Hindu music.
writer mentions the following authorities on

The
music:

Hindu

l'RTWArp,,

XXXV

(1)
(2)

Brahma.
Siva.

(16) (17)

The wife
Koliala.

of Bharadvajft.

(3)

Nandikesvara.

(18) Saktr.

(4) Siva.
(5)
((J)

(19) Bharata. (20) Jastika.


(21) Dasaitriva

Kambha. Tumburu.
Vilyu.

(7)

(22)
(23)
(24)

Udbhata,
Lallata.

(8) (9)

Narada.

Kambaln.

Sanku.

(U)) Asvatara.

(25)

Abhinavagupta.
Visaklnla.

(ll)'Visvriyasii.
(12) Kasyapa.
#

(26)

(27) Bhfivallabha. (28) Anila.

(13)
(14)

Sa nulla.

Paramardhi.

(29) Jalahaka.
(So)

(15) Kundina.

Matrgupta.
in

The genealogy of the author given


catalogue runs thus

page 1082 of T.O.

VngTSvara
I

Santidhara alias

Rama Khan

Krsnananda
All the four

Bhtivanananda

appear to have been connected with the courts of


227,

the Sultans of Gauda.

Dharmrmu/a,
religious

p.

is

an encyclopaedic work on Hindu


subjects of

observances and other miscellaneous

Fndian interest complete in two big parts of which only a

fragment of the second part

is

described in this catalogue.

The fragment runs through 19,000 slokas. It is written in Maithili character. The name of the author cannot be ascertained from the fragment.

PALMLEAF MANUSCRIPTS
IN
Tfn<;

DISBAR UBRAUY, NKPAI,


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g**mfe
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old

Prose.

Correct.
is

The MS.
tale.

wntten.on palmleaf up
!i;is

to 78th

leal,
in

unci

up

to the

h)th

The

est

been icstorod
,

on paper cat

the lorni of palmleaf


n.

and the date

.elers io the
to

ostorafion
s

There are 11 stones

this

ork,
|>r.'

and they relate

female eln raete,

The work has been

noticed

by

Kajendralal, No. 127M

mi.
.1

:m

a.

*iwmw
tJie

, L

x2

inrhes
Lines,
.',

Ko]m? 39;^ pieroe(lby

hole touaids

left

of

the centre.

on a page
Incorrect.
in
is

Kxtenf

in

^lokas, 0,000

Date''

Character, Newari
la,

Verso.

.layadrafha

Varna

is

said to
l,,0(X>.

be

24,000

slokas

extent

It

is

divided

mto lour ,mrls

of

Kuch of these parts

called a ,Sa'ka,

/r., (1,000

Nepal catalogue.

The second Satka has already been noticed in my previous The present MS. contains the whole of the first Satka.
at the end
is

The date given


and
in a

umeliahlo, as

it is

written

in

diiferent

and

later hand.

TO^c 8 9
The
last

a different ink

*rfrTO^|J?TrT?n?t

followed

bva

sentence

Newari language.

colophon runs thiiR

*ft

far*rf^

sr^mTT

w^w fa^fa*
in

The long

string of epithets

given

the colophon are not without


'

their significance
It

begins

n$>

5T^ffi

fSTgrfaT^H?-

^ft ^^TflfadlSlftliHfiqftsTnT

<?

zmi

gT^fn arm fgHTH fafa*j fa^fi*1^i1

cr-

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+
4~

rTWT^T'
4-

wrfw*!?^

.layadratha,
Sindli,
for

the
tli<

husband
practising

ol

renounced

world and settled

Duryodhana s Mster, and the King ol at Vadarikasrama m the Himalayas

tho purpose of

austerities
to S'i\a

He

propitiated

the

goddess

Parvati,
three
is

who introduced him


the mi balance of
tiie

The The Tunlra.


tlic telling,

interlocution
lir.st

between these
to the

question asked was the

nature of Mukti

(salvation), which
S'iva said thai

was explained according


on
test
t

San

khya system.
of

But

he

osau

>

<he formula

Kalasamkarsarii

was the
letters,

easiest

and shoi

w ay to sal\ atum

The

formula consists of 21

and

is

as follows

Then
success by

follows

in

leaf

M.5A

an enumei ution

of

those

who

attained

means

of this formula

TtmriH, mieHuM,

stvtsftst,

^tt

^c^nt, *^i$ci3?n%

fararT^Tcr,

<

Then

follow the

names

of their wives

*?TOT,

^fcpft, W^TfUTr,

flJTHnl,

TO^Tft?^, OT^JFIU, ^H?T,

WTRiST,

*ft*ift
I

^TWt, ^TT, WT^t,

f^FTBT, ^T^TT^t, SJTTOT,

TOTWSt

In leal !t7A

Mahadeva, declares

lint

the following are the emanations

from himself

In leaf (JOB S'iva

desenhes Hie SvadhiHthana iSthana,


<.f

In leaf (>0B he describes the miiis

Pi-iyji l>n

Ijj

I02H

lle^ays

UUA.

The following

aie (he Siddhas

tftatsSiT ^?TT 373


U'>tiH.

#tn ^Tfa^tsTT
o!

II

The mode

ol

the lonnation

altars and places ol sacrifice

$wft^mfr

*Hr ^fi^ iimiarfTTfTrT^

feuT^TftJ
III

TRlJT

WfVV[ TW1 HUT IJ^nfsiH^

II

3:>8H.

fWW
I

12/2

indies
,

Kolm,

Lines,

tl

on

,,

page.

Uxfent

in Slokas, 2, MX)
111

Chaimdei
S
(!2S
1

Xcwan
,">(*

Dated

Tm^trrfaold

^I^^TSf^JT^rif^r
IllUOlTL'cf-.

"N

A.D

Appeatance,

The MS. ends with

llic<i7(h chaptei

l'ost

-colophon statement.

wftrwfH

TVttTZT- ^ft^i:

(.piotes the Slokn.)

mwt
^g^

*j^% Tj^rftm
*HTH
Tig

"crm

f?% rg\
|

*TTW<m ^ri

III
">6.

3.VJA.
.">

MJT^^U
on
a

^W W^W^W
K\len!
in

21
I

xi
>

inches

Kohn
Old

Lines,

pae^c

Slokas

SIM

Chaiarln,
old

Newan
Incorrect

Dale

N.N

H!^102!>

A.I)

Appearance

I'msc

Beginning.

sgjf

5T|J<y<y5JUH!J^

II

wrarr.

ipr:

^^ip^

nir^^ua: un^jOTT*

wr?g^[

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sro

rtrT

wi^[ ^ro
1

sro

qfHtTTiai^

imar^

*w

*TOt

wsr

xmrroi

^n? t*g HT<wgf*nnreT5j ftrwmmre tot-

"$m *r*?rom:

srcrfsifteT^ feftrrtHT:

fa nrfirolf nx w^rfr

dophon

...fe^I^mT^T#t ^?T*sraf H^Rl^Hl^lnT: m*w<


*T^T*n^TU^j:
^(ftU:
I

...

^fsrmrai^^ft

STswgfa:

rnra^TjaiT

fasn?m a^t-

...

Hifri^;* mA\w.

...

tftf^waffrgar

tfTwm:

Colophon.

WTgTCTT

^THIT

TnJTO^lcPgTTST: TOFR:

IY>st-colophon statement

*Q<1

WZ

^^(JS fflrfsfHl^HT UTTTTCTTfaniTqT-

^f^r Tsrteetftara^gwpgTO

f^wsT

ii

isftiTTfreremnfai-

Ml^Hrfrfirei

sro^sng

II

The MS. was copied


was reigning
I

N.S.

4i

102i> A.I)

when LnksniikamadeMi

in

Nepal

Prof.

Bendal places this kind's rei^n between

^5 and 169
IMie

S.
ol

name

the work

is

no! clear
1

The colophon make<

it

^rrm
At the top
ol the

TroTswr^gnsr
it is

book

wrant

^TTTTsnrT*r[Trsr

<

<

>

The work has

its

origin
oai ih

in

the perspiration of Buddha.

Drops

of

perspiration

thrown on

with the rays of lightning.

by Buddha produced a RakHasi, bristling By her means and by incantations Buddha

from the ire of Cauda Pradyotana. composed by one who was perfectly innocent of Sanskrit Grammar, but who was a staunch follower of the Mantayana School of Buddhism.
saved
the

banker Bijayaprabhasa

The book

appeal's to have been

111.

359B.

OTffafa^nmril

18x2

inches.

Kolia, 5.
i

Lines,

(J

on a page.

Gupta.

Extent in slokas, 120 Date N.S. 8H = <)(>8 A I).

diameter. Old Newai and Transition Appearance, old Brose. Incorrect,


WTT^tf ^g^^fr^ufHfcjftj^TlT
sfTOIJ
STftnT

Beginning

^ TOT
TO:

f^Trj TOT
I

^\TJ

VTTT-

Hf^IT

rf

XTftSTtW

fosTTSTCr

^TO
*TCT-

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fira #ftro

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fgrafftju
qr

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wftro

sfrero

fcrefftro

TO**m*

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Post-colophon statement

Su WTTwf TmTHtfUJWnfasT: TWU^ntf

aftfa-

IpW -On
hot; ==
This
a complete

gW

rT^g^ UTrTT%n^UTH|TTT

$f TO

^T *W

%um ym
at,

Tm*ti
leaf

fafiarrfafo
ol

MS

bems
of
ITis

tho

.72nd

bundle, whu-li also contains

MS.

the Avy.i Kai su.iduvy nhn

The donor

of the

Bodhigupta

name

also appears

the Dharani

itself.

seems that the incantation of the Dharani was used in his first part of the work contains the Dharani, and the other part contains the process of using the Dharani audits laudations.

MS. is He^ce it favour The

m.llMC. ^gfteftTO:
leaves without
letter

22x2

inches

Folia,

10-53, with tuo


in

page marks and another


Lines, 6 on
?
a,

ma

different
in Slokas,

hand marked 2
2,000.

numerals.

page.

Extent
old.

Character,

OldNewari.

Da^e
is

Appearance,
in

Prose.

Incorrect.

Tho MS.

the colophons of chapters the


pitha nibandha.

in the end. From has been ascertained to be CatusSec leaves 18 and 32. Of tho four pithas, the names of

defective both

the

beginning and

name
this

three only are available from

defective

MS,

namely,

Atmapitha,
of

Yogapitha, and

Parapitha.

The Yogambara Sadhana Tantra


ha Tantra
in

the
^ft:-

Buddhists speaks of a Chat

u.spit

the second

verse

as

The present MS. does not seem to be the original Chatuspitha Tantra but either a commentary or a liturgy on it. Th hus

tfa Tm*% inmate

^f?T

arTwrf^H^^r *Tc&r *?roft?$g

ifte

TTSSTOTT

Vm*

^Tfn^pTfil

^Rrfd

fsnTTCJ (?)

*T*ffTf^F *n'

f^ffa*

There is, however, one solitary leaf Sahasrika with tho following colophon--

in a dilapidated

copy of Asta

^Hl*fi^Rr^a: toth fa

mrri

^ mow ^mvj^i qm$?*'

*
:
'

T?H?pjm*I

WftM

^foinpSTJ
real.'')
.S5!>

S^S^

(Tlie

word

*npm^f

is

NowAri

word, meaning "


Leaf
frcgT

SA

of FT1

C
:

felTWJfa rT^^^Tfigftffe^T^ferftTinBS^nJ^^
afof t^jtcj; ?St

s*mr*rot^

g?w^f

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I

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31? ^^T

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wrarfarftrrar

^tftT9iJRPT

^ifimi trgaiftRT qngfa^T ^fga^ti-

^T^frWlT^ *SJT

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^f g

*FJ7T

'rpt

^T f f?T H^^TfT^riTT
#

^*

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^gWar'T'nr

*grwnnTO*?i fa^ra ^trrr

^srfacerT

rT?rt

^to-

wrfar^f

wid?i;
i

yftravmtaiici:
^TT5?rt

f^^^g^r^t H^irai^ar irin^t g-g-r* T'B^r arm ?n* ggm ar#t Svr^ utft, trf^r *msf* <?fa# snwsPt
;

W*?rt wiyuri

arnpft

smart s^r#,

^iffrFfs^ntniTrT -hith^t

ireri

^st ^r f en gm
srfTO

^ yfw

jfwj

i^t

mi ^^
gin:

gg^ci; sp8<*

^rf
:
i

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g^njf^-

nwfrfa

I^?"i*i ?

|^i^ *mTfar?TCfa?

fhT* T^T

ffl|;ronfarff

f*?Tf?$*nfa

Sfcj;

^R[g^TSJ

ftTmiTt

^fftg^T

pfe^JR

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?i

*gfar*"Rt*nlT

^^

**

jfif

^ ^g^'^wT^T^n
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I

^Tgifir ^rte3f

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HUH\*1$ yt Ufl JlU tTRTR^f ^TTIT ^^1^7


l

This Vidhana dr Liturgy

was composed under the orders of Gurva-

King in HendxlTs list, who is named in the SvayambhQ Purana and who is credited with starting the car festival of ^T^T^^TO
kamadeva, the
fifth

at Patau.

The

MS

was copied

in

N.S.

164

when Bhaskaradeva was

reigning.

JIT.

359 D.

IT^TirTrfir^T ^r^^T-rf^fTT

23 J x 2 inches.

Folia 38,

divided

into three sections


#

with two holes.


very
old

Lines, 6 on a page.

Extent,
old.

1332
Piose.

slokas.

Character,

Newari.

Date?

Appearance,

Correct.
is

This
tho leaf,

completely fragmentary, 1332 slokas only out or 8,000.

In

marked

the letter numeral, the value

of

which

is

145,

we

got

(he colophon of the 20th Panvarta.


of the 26th

In the leaf 164, we get the colophon

Parivaita. In
81*

,ln the leaf 114,


;

we get the colophon

of the 14( h
leaf,

Parivarta.

that of the i)th

in 69, that of the 6th.


f

In a

not

hemg

the

first,

without page mark, we get the beginning of

he prose pora colophon

tion of P.P. 8,000.

But before the prose commences there


preceded by
of
*T: ^fjT^rTT.

is

ffrm^TajTrjpn^X
the
verses
in

From

this

it

appears
all

th.it

praise

PP.

to be

found at the beginning of

PP.
Hut

8,000, were
in all J\1SS.

composed by lUhulabhadra.
there
is

The hymn

is in

20 verses.

is

a 21st

which gives only the *K^rifT

of reciting the

hymn, which
III.

wanting

in this

MS.
23J

359 E.
126
in

HmftpO^P
letter

x2
?

inches.

Folia 5

marked
Extent

121, 123,
in slokas,

12

t<,

125,

numerals.

Lines, 6 on a page.

ISO.

Character, old Newari.

Date

Appearance,

old.

Prose aud

ver.se

Incorrect.

These are

five

leaves of

some work which

it

was

at first difficult to
I

identify, but subsequently identified with those of

*8TTTfamT:

There
I

is

colophon on 123 B.
leaf

We
five

get one colophon as

UT

*J*KwTVqn

Another

found with these


Leaf 123.

can not be identified.


I

fW^WOTftarW

fT*

STcWI

^ft^%:

V$?i *BjftTO

^namrofoiw

vfzi

*T*frfarat

wNm camcTRRt
*rirr

fgr

ft*t

arg^A:

"smirrt **HTrar?rfiFf
nfirffcnrih
i

*wn nigral
*rfW

tfr? ftrfwflTORi

w$*t

h? tot

^mrT^Riwu*^',
i

irfmn^ttrffT^rmurr^Rf
&*Tsrwj5Tri7
i

T?fnf?r^r:

m mm fronnrmr

wgwNrt

m'brw

#t^gfwrw

g:*renfariroTO:

w% ^rrr ^ufirrnreT ^frr nfH^T^t^i-

gT5TI^JRT[

II

Leaf 121.

H^

WJISTT^

OTlfa

^IW

fWfT^rT^ *JTmrp7S*r

l
f

H^TT^

111.359

^Wnrf%^T

^^JTin^fjRcTT

,21x2

inches

Folia 67,

divided into three parts by two holes.


slnkus,
correct.

Linos, 5

on a page.

Extent

in

1900.

Cliai actor, old

No wan.

Date

A|)poaraneo, old.

Prose

Incomplete.
end.

The MS. has neither beginning nor


where.

Leaves are missing every-

The name has been gathered from


359 G.
into

several colophons.

IT.

^*wfa^T
parts

smUJKlwrr
two
holes.

22.1

x2

inches.

Folia 47,

divided
in

tliree

by

Lines, 6 on a page

Kxtent
old.

slokas,

1800.

Character,

old Newari.
is

Date

Appearance,

Prose, Correct.

Incomplete.

There

another copy of the work, without

number,
of

of

which the

last leaf is

dated N.S 286

1160 AT), in the reign

Auanda-dcvn.

The
a

scribe's

name

is

JaPascandra who wrote at the


the right end of

request of Dharmarat na.

portion of
eflorf

the

leaf has

been corroded, and


111,359.11.
into three parts

clumsy

has been made to repair

it.

f^T^TWTSTT
by two holes

22x2
old.

inches.

Folia

CO,

divided
2900.

Lines, 6 on a page.

Extent

in Slokas,

Character, old Newari.

Appearance,
in letter

Prose and verso.

Incorrect.
is

The
332.
16,
17,

leaves are
first

marked
is 12.

numerals

The

last

leaf

marked
14, 15,

The
18,

leaf

Then follow the following leaves 13,


161, 163,

19, 20, 24,

25, 26,

164, 165, 166 167, 168, 169, 170,

171,

172, 173,

174, 175,

176, 177,

178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185,

J86,

187, ISfi, 220, 232, 233, 231, 235, 236, 237,

238,239, 240, 241, 2

12,

213, 241, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249, 250, 251, 320, 322, 325, 326, 327, 328,

329,331,332
Tn 170 A.
occiufc the

udophon

^UTWTTT^

^TCTflfH*?:

||

xx

Til

185 A. occurs

tlic

colophon 5'&TSrT3rTT5f Htffgjrfaw:


$ft*T
II

||

In 237 A. occurs

^UdfUtftfR ^TfefsTfTO*!
tlio

220.

In 221 or 225 A. occurs

name

of an

Avadana, the ink of which


is

however

is

too feint to read.


of
tlio

The R

of ihis leaf
in

blank.

The arrangement

Avadanus
But
it

this

MS. Hoes not a^ree wilh


ui

that given hy Dr. Rajendralala.


in the collection.

agrees wiih that

a paper

MS.

III.

359 U

^imHT^l

21x2

inches.

Folia 65, divided into three

parts by
acter, ojd

two

holos.

Lines, 7 on a page

Kxtent
?

slokas,

2700

CharCorrect

Newari.

Appearance, old

Dale

Prose and \erso

Leave* 60 and H9 are missing.

The MS. commences with


dall's list.

thu leaf 32

'Fhe Jatakas a^ree with

Ben-

34 B. Jataka X.

is

Yaksa Jataka and not Maki>a as

in Bendall.

After

the colophon occurs (he verse.

OTrei:mnnft f^OTrerfort
35 B. sresrracF

htjtii

n+arA:

UW^

37 B. sn^nrrenrT^

%^^f

40
K)

h.

^fn^^WiTO

qjfttjTi
i

A. frjnriraTH^

^g^
I

45 A. nc^rerm^

V&$W%

46 A

Srwmitftranfrar tft^siij

47 B.

fW^TH^
X
3TTrrei

Ht?ait{

49 B.
52 A.

fvmwrwsrarsT^w

^iTfywfHrm^
i

54 A. *fgn?rai fsfaifomg;

62 A. T^srr^i ^rf^rjftmirQ
(57

A.

JrtftrgferTmwTfT^ 'Jnrtftrsrffmij

69 B. ^rrafawTrrer

^gfgfwfa^
i

71 B. sjjcvnri^ tT^fgfsrffPR-Q

n B.
77 A.
81 A.

tdi<ri ^ff^arfirR^

GMUIH*

WFfsrsrfflinj

^Tf^^TrT3nH^ VgftfwfH^[

S7 A. 'SftffSTTrT^ fefSTrTOTJ

After

(lie

colophon of

51-

A. necuis the following vci so

After

hat- of

87 A. S^T^PCr

occurs.

iu A. gtmnrsnrrer swfifsTrfRii
J<J

^WSTTH^ ^THw^^
^ir^jft^r:
i

!*7

A. *jf^5nrT9i*[ wWsKrftTCj
I

III.

:SM>J.

22x2

inches.

'

[A.ha, 11,

divided
slnkas,
1

into
lUU.

three

piii is

by

-svo

holes.

Linos, 6 on a page.

Extent

in

Character,

old New.'iri.

Date?

A ppearanco,

old.

IVose.

Correct.

Led

21

B TOTOft ^rm

grPtaT 3ftfi**rer$ftn
i

2o a.
i>>

^Tf^^^t **?f ^ifv^T^fftr-

A.

s^oott ;rm uo^ft tfrf^w^-^ftr:

;n A.

^jfwg^

nm

ft mfaqt^gfa:

5.^

B.

HTgRrTl ^rm ?r^?t

gtfaq^gfa:
11

TU.

:M\0

^g*fterfNf
1).

2 inches.

Folia 15,

\v

ith

two holes

Lines, 7 on a page.

Lxtent in slokas,

1)00

Chajacter, old Newari


Proso.
Incorrect,

Date

N y 132 = 1012 A

Appearance,

old.

(complete

leaves are marked with letter numerals. It begins on the 4.>th and ends on Leaf 1. It seems to he a commentary on Catnspilha Tantra which perhaps exists in Cambridge. Sec Bendall Catalogue, page
leaf
1L>7

The

The following extracts

will explain the character of the

book

Tt^q

^T^T^

fojtfa ^ItpT *Tf Hl*o% 7[V^\

(?)

^wnffSTT faff gi:

rrauWT: ^fWW$RmWTT:

$un}: *3?Rfafa

?TS

^^T

*n nntar

*tf

to<t?

^mfc

tit

an^iijwi

tjshttcutoqt

to %* -n?-

^ftpftaTS"^

*rrg?gi3?nR an tpisTT:

sit*

*^h ffeHmdfm fa-

uftfaTO

a^ ^5^: ^'wlf ff
I

^rfpg xfrftc^i^fg?Runniri

*fttf

l*^-

UTSflft*

ffrT

^TfWf *fafa

W#TTJTWfaP5R^ frT ?^r? TOOT^ncft:

n't*

u^ mmm-

ife nftaw: ^rai:

fir***:

ifir

firttnwtir-

it

belongs to the Vajrayana School and to a

Guhya
I

class.

1JL 360 B. Collection of works by


.'38,

31^^

12x2
side.

inches

Folia

pierced on ono side, 4 inches

from the loft-hand

Lines, 6 on a

pnge.

Extent
Prose.

in slokas, 900.

Character, old Newari.

Appearance, old

Date?

Incorrect.
?**:

Beginning,

1"^"^

RJ Ji^gfalI1>HlfewwfcJTIRrT:

hh$3

fe^m n^

mm

tjjji

ii

%%

far

%^TT

*^T 3^T

^l^ji^r flrersm wfagfcnnntf:

^wu fa V*$% w It *& ra^m


it

wfn fern
i

?nn

#sfer ?n*RT?rn7vfarcffwr^^raiT

f^rrii^r^fi:cJI^*lHfgHt*!U4|Tgfvr:

rnnfa ^qtaiHTij

^ram^*:
hw^tc^

11

HT^TTf^

g^^

v^rt

glfyrch^riu

II

ftri^mgwri^^t *rir*n*rt*w
*TtfT?3
I

mw* ^^MRroftr *j ^^Rrorf^wrfaTjR gro^ uwfa gg^frrofg'^R *rar


i 1 I

TI^tfTTfaHTf*T*TOfoT*Tci;
*?WTcj:
*JTH: *8ST

U^qTTftTcTT

% TJ^TJTTI

fcHRT

- ^fauaTCT^T^^mftT - falTST^

sumH *

^rr^

^qf^sra^fwRf tf

^w

irgTrfrm

tr
'ffHrf

after

^rm

aW

hjr it^t*^

wizx<
11

%gir^[ *?I*tr[ ^isnsnfffa

wm%

*JiRu*y firtroro ^wtiH3rmflH<H*[ n


i

t*

Hrnft

^mr^ ^w^g ^vpg


n

^T5r

fro g^irsrasifiTO^

Leaf 9 A. (First Chapter -Colophon).

o B.

TOmftrmvfts^

ffg:

17 A.

ii3^WTnnwT3Tfearnn*[
i

19 b. **firf spfonr:
21 B.

TW^few^sfaf sf f^afa:

tot*:

xrTTg^rf^^: fafsr-

22 A. WWg^TJIjTOTT^firfw: *g: OTTtf:

25 B. TOITOTO ifaffT?TOW&:
(?
)

^nnfip5% TOTjf frT

(?) (?)

mgu^nr: qm?:

^ufrTfRu^T^: tout
s^rg'ffiransr:

CO
35 A.
35
3(i

tow
|

34 0. drcjfcift^FT HH\U\

WlTRfgfaT^T TOHTT

II

fro^gq? WHTF%
I

A. *rare33R: TOHJ:

36 b. fftr aurora: tots:

38 b. jnrctftamtarc tout:
III.

360 C.

WTftTOI
two
holes.

12! x

2^-

inches.

Folia

112,

divided into
in slokas,
?

three parts by
1700.

Lines, 5 or 4

on a

page.

Extent

Character,

modern Newari.

Appoarancc,

fresh.

Date

Proso

and

verse.

Incorrect.

Vidyanandanatha, a Bhairava, wrote a long Tankrik work, entitled


Jnanadipaviniarsani.
deals with the piocebS

The present work


of

is

a part

of

that work.

Tt

worshipping Tripura Sundan.

The

hibt colo-

phon run a

>

Beginning--

*t

^Wt W-

II

fgir^ tht httt uT^jrahsrer roren3

(?)

**n

**** !R

firon fiiyicnft

*i

**nrt

mnseh'

m^m wr5*^

(?)
II

STT^THTU^

^?

gwroSTCTTftfaq

dusw^ws

ar^ nfai$*?F tumult;

11

miVm feinft
^msroff

*tfw iftfii^

^ttotIw
i

ii

farar^ja^iuuhd ^tttst

^ to^
i

nftmt

smara^^j

^smrtf warn TiftaNuuMiu^


qqg^RHT^:qTS5TPrTfa^^m^T
faro**
II

u^fk:

^^ fasiH^hr iftam

t*

Loaf 2 B.

^f^UM^nrfinftmiri ^frgrg^fl u ^fl r


*P?piTmgfa: ffftm

gi^trfarxr-

3 A.

7 A.

roTTS^UgfH:

^trfff
1

N A. 10 A.
lo a.

HU4!JUyfrf: xratft

^TRtlgfrT:

*f\

'^rcmgrn^njgari wift

15 A.

^t^TT^frT:

STglft

22 A.

WTCgfaiwft

39

S^TT^f^T^sft

Vi

B.

^3T^fugfe:

^|^
I

<>0
<>7

A
A.

^mr^rmuT^rferftr: u^^rsFt

WRT^fir:

vt^

w A.
10SA.
i i;j

^OT^wnftinnnigfiT: sresft

^^fcRgT^l
vfhrmTOjgft:

[one hundred verses.]


i

b.
ji

finifimtft

is

^sRirnranijfiT: TOcrofrcnft

120 A.
J

sn^rom^fH:
fhjrogftr:

^rfavfinnit
i

27 a.

^fcrofa:

In leaf

83 A.

U3'4!Um*r|r

^TH

kitto^ %t ^fr^^TOirftinisHi jpmnfor


V? to: fwuwniiigcirt
jgnrTftr

tfir

?r*m*g:

tf

foam

gwfa
^rt ?r*ft

*f?r fircre^:

ft ff v:

*>T?*bnnpt
jprorfw

*fir

qfarep

TOnrarra TOiq

wfaqifawt
2.500.

HI. 360
by

1)

U^T^f
Lines 6 on

11-J-x 2 inches.

Folia 136, divided into 3 parts


in .dokas
1>,

two

holes.

pajje.

Extent

Newan

Appearance, very old

Date N.S

KM

-1371

i'lose.

liieonecL*

Asiatic

^ci<*>, Calcutta

This

is

well-known work, described several times.

The present

MS.

contains the usual Budhist Formula

of faith at the end followed by

the following

iraw*urR*iTfinr. -unfftnTO:
^ftaftiHTO^

t^sreftri

h*hjits^

nysg
STS^

^T^nzfptnwTimTH

fu<j u r$- *i

f^n ^w^^riTft^i^Tro^fafrr

TTWTf^^TJT^TTn^TWSTT^t^njT^^^gfg^^Tf^
^*T*fi*

altera

^gU^TO^T
ljfarfa:

fefeHftTT

UgW?3

TNT ^'fff^ fefeH^

H*n:
is

There

a palmleaf

MS.

of

the

same work dated N.S. G84 (15G4

A,D.) copied at Katmundu.


IIT

360 E.

qZ?m

12x2
Date?

inches.

Folia 37, pierced through

by

one hole.

Lines 4 and 5 on a

pfige.

Extent in slokas 500.


Inconect.
treats of

Character,

Newari.

Appearance,

old.

Verso.
loaf.

Incomplete
i.e.,

The MS. begins with the 10th

It

the Satkrama,
etc.

the six cruel incantations of the Tantrikas Killing, Stupefying, n leaf 10.
11
13.

53THS5T:

TOUT

12 A.

12 B.
14 A.

ftf^Mflrtj^: mxrsr-

14 B.

16 A.
17 A.

18 B.
19 B.

20 A.
21 A.

OT*W4<i*|:

OT$U<*KUd:

WW* TOW
I

22 A.

S^THJiftaiOTTrcH: otto:

23 B.

ftsTTsjpnmn otto:

25 B.
20
13

^
i

30 .
31 A.

renrerfafH tout

TTww&ifaTT mrtni

4. >

B.

3 ^farasftan!nrcsr: TOTtf:
r

111

SCO

F.

xtf^

121 x I inches.

Folia 31, pierced through by


Slokas
700.

one

h(lo.

Lines
Yhite

6 on a page.

Extent in
Verse.

Character, old

ftewari.

N.S 282 = 1102 AJ).

Correct.

Complete.

III.

360 0.

i^TWUT*
Character,

12 x 2 inches. Folia 29, pierced through


side.

by one hole towards the left-hand


in

Lines 5 on a page.
Prose. Correct.

Exien,

slokas

600.

Bengali.

Incomplete.

Date N.S. 360.

The MS.
and 2021.
It

is

defective, as

it

has not the following leaves

3-9,

13-17,

begins

TOWS
u^E^

*TOT3f Tpi ^HTTflTTUFJ

frffy^& Brogf^Tj

**rar:

fluffs}: HTcRt *TTO:

't^RTsft tftf irfSflLWIH

tnTOT

VrPBTTJ
I

II

The End.

tfyjlfftmyUihWJ VFslWir WlfilH*{

firTTlfW rT^nPTTrf gfl^t

TSRlf?^

II

^nrtnsnhftarfvi fw <w
F^fiTfiJ
11

m h*to

44
11

ihfflrar

*sft

**5
11

gF*HHi

^rf^B^Tftw

mnftawraqti

nw

<

v
|

M)C)

^sh^ft^n"
left.

11x2

inches.

Folia 27, pierced through

i>y

one hole inwards the

Lines 6 on a pnge
Prose.

Extent

in

slokas 500.

Dale
old

S 179-1059

AD.
f>f

Character, old Newari

Appearance,

Incomplete, out of

leaves only 27 remain.

The End

WTH*g*!Ml<Jg?n
tout:
i

g^PITHa^TmSWtllfytRT HgtfMlTWT SHU


n

fftftr

Tf idj^i^rui^^firvrtTT^frfH

faffed

ji*ot

TO

urn *nn

gnj H Hv* ft

jrcfa^ra sftartro *&m<i

^asrewra:

(N.B
ink

"Tf^T^^r
*
this

is

WT'itien in a

different
to

hand and

in

a different,

Some one apparently attempted without much success.)

re-ink these faded jotters but,

*TO
After

vmapi ^pp
is

nfrni
in

fqrmftrfH n

written

a different

hand

in

a 'different ink

the

Safaksari mantra of Vajrasatva.

The
f

hist

leaf

is

wanting.

From

a leaf without

pngemark which
as

suspect to be the 2nd leaf, I take the following extract

explaining

the object of the book.

WlfrfrT *n?j3"

W*W
tfn
i

<9 flc

fag:
(?)

5T

fa^T H<3TTTf^Wtlf TTT^f^^fH^^T fHJiWI

%h

whfftnrTHri wnfirfarfa

Hr^^fHf^n x

f^W

^jfwitaT ?afwfirTT

rT9T

5tf%31$: T?ftwi% lifts ftr^T: U<$}%


I

II

Colophon

^fyTITSJlWWf*n?hT%

S61 G through,
alnkaft

amldO^V i
3,000.

^^^nST

13x2
left.

inches

Folia 01,

pierced
in

by one hole towards the

Lines 6 on a page.

Extent

Date N.S. 202.


Appearance,
old.

Character,
Incorrect.

Newari or Bengali.

Prose

and Verse.
No. 402
with

is

a complete
It

MS. while No. 360


is in

I is

a dilapidated copy

many
it

leaves missing.

Newari character

later than No. 402,

though

looks

older.

Prof. Bendall
197.

haa described this work in

Cam-

bnoVe Catalogue, page

<a
Date?

No
lefl.

3(51

(i.

X\x2

Kolin 119, piorood

ly

om>

hole

towards

iht

Kxtunt

in sloka-s,

2,500

Appearance.

Character, No\n an.

I'rose.

incorrect.

fast

^rgiT^farmrfa^OTjw^ *

m^ticcr

^31%:

in^rafr

*gtrTu^ ^nrfa^

^nm?ft **t^ *rir?rew

^fog^

sftngg-

^BftRTTrt

^r

iiwfij!

^rtc^ insrewr^ ^rutt^

^r q'R?irac*3Tran ,sTEqr

^tjftlTrt ftTT#t5f5f

gr^rTTfty^TH'T Snsn&Tftrsnatf

^grTTft^T^f

*T*S5T-

j^ftiwrfVirfH^r

fffT^TTmrffuf^T

ftpzTTfggm^

nn^rTXjJxr&m:

Tvm-

faarrcw

s^^ra^w^fo^iJrf^rtft
fe^-TTrfVgfw: xrft^#tn

far^r: ?nr

lift?

^^

gf^TT^jT*^

?r* ^g^rt

*b^pt

qntpzrr sgpr

wto**ci^n**ri

g^ ^wjfn

^n^r *t^t

nf^Tcf qn*Tri7

faftf^im

III

361 A.
loft.

^JT^Iftfa^nCI

8{x2
old.

inches.

Folia

14,

pierced

to-

wards the
N.S.
.^40

Lines 5 and 6 on a page.

Extent
Prose.

in slokas 150.

1)ato

= 1420 A.D.

Appearance,

Correct.

Character,

Newari.
Beginning.
3CT Pfft

OTftlJTni
STTSTPTT

II

USpfhf TmHTt

MSl W

|%^9

r fa

qMfc*iq?

( ? )

%rremft

II

?g? srf jf\mv[ H*3n#

feraTytr: *&ST?*r

wgfor

H^nrt tostotott^ fnwriT

tjnftsrr

wsfcr n

The

last
TIT.

Colophon.

?fcT fire

WW
( ? )

*T3T^ U

8o

%g *^
in

^^

361 B.
left.

^mipSr*^
Lines 5

8JxJ

inches.

Folia 40,

pierced

towards the

on a page.
old.

Extent

Slokas 400.

Date

Character, Newari.

Appearance,

Verso.
I

Correct.

Beginning.

^t TO

ftsigtg^tzr

4i5laiy^H^triftT5ft TTfsriifcnff

SS^SWlSilu

^fftrg:

**&

IT:

<rdHI<y*g*T{gWljiWyIiiLfu:

II

sn*

*f ^ff-

$*Ff

mn^tft^iri^ffT^

ii

The End.

gBUfifffUftfj^t BHI HUWMmft felift

JNmillMggmfa TO WSRHCTgaTOT^
^It treats of the worship of Tripnra Sundari.

II

(gloka 322.)

<<
by
the

TIL 361 C.

^^%
Date
?

f^faW
left.

9*2
f>

inches.

Folia

42,

piercod by one hole towards


Slokas
400.

Lines

on

a page.

Extent in
Verse.

Character,

Newaii.

Appearance,

old.

Incorrect.
It begins
9ft T^fY g$CJteliM
I

SWHtcUfa

STO^ ^UTGTSai^ J
aitfsftsrar

II

B3t%t: j^giHH^ifir
ffirer faMcfta rcaj

ii

wre^

wsreiSifog (?)

fr^T^sf giftaTfro raft fW " s^ns^ am ^n $snmn*rgrit^t <prft*r mis jic^t wriwwt hh:
tfmf^rnml^Tn^i
The End.
farfeptfaf

W ^^

rtr ^ng^IHrafaft:

T rT^lfa

^R7!T TJ^PTT *lf?H tjTHH

111.

>

G1

>.

^31Wf ^^ft^JTQ^T
left.
(

0x2

inches

Folia
in

H,

pierced
125.

by a hole towards the

Lines 5 on a page.
Character, Newaii.

Extent

glokas

DateN.S. 47 J = L>59 A. I).


Verse.
Sit

Appearance, oh\

Incorrect.

Beginning.

TOfeTJTTO

fesi^fcrot totSt toh

m^TT^i%ii*i

Colophon.

Wfif

*S TC^
:

(s)

tot*

xrftf^jT ushrTm^

^r**i

OTiflfafH

fafarr-

^8

fa? rTTJiv^fg^^^r gaTTsr


^jjaro^u

^^TWfsrrosr fofarr^

qFrcwf^u

^
'of

8qs
of

mzm
a lakh

franssrol fag- vrarg n

This contains only


copied

125 verses out

and 25,000.

It

was

by Visvesvara for the use


lias

Yuvaraja Jayarjuna Deva.

The

sen be says that a long work


Ul. 361 F.

been shortened.
inches.

TUWTpT
Lines

8x2

Koha
in

pierced

by a hole
Dtite V

towards

the

leit

on a page

Extent
Tio.se.

slokas

GO.

Appearance, Fresh.
lieoiiminrr.

Character, Nevvari.
gjt **ft

Inconect^.

3T^^

W-

In

the

same MS.

There aie 14 leaves dealing with tbe process

ot

Saaddha, dated
llar.sapala.

S. 'i(J8

= 1348 AA).
in

The

scribe's

I'ianie

is

given

as

Then)
III.

is

another ritualistic woi k

2G leaves, which

is

dated N.S 5G7.

3G2

^fefqfrsft^lW
left-

12x2

inches.
(J

Folia 13, pieiced

by a hole towards the


slnkas 300
Verse.
It

of

the centre.

Lines

on a page
old.

Extent
Prose

in

Date?

Character, Newari

Appearance,

and

Incorrect.

begins

^f

W* ^fg^tftTO^T

fgrTrmg^f^^r wgmrarfOTfiWrf

rf

sfr*re

ud^ifa ^fgAfasfiw^

lT?m

t*m?l

zfMft

tJ4!*|.fM<Ks#

f^T

XJ6^UV5flT^9fT

fg^^^^cH^^TI^ ^$$mTTS*fr?T71S ST^TH rfH: *Jf TOT


I

^TrRT OT^fao^T ^TT^T^TR

41^1^ d^3WT5Tm^T^ WTOT^

3W

qgfr{

FRT

T^TT

3SP

WW

^t?3TT

%t

^ff

STOW*

<

*!

A ap:a Terentai

means

Tins append
name, noticed
l>\

In
l)i'.

be

;i

ver^ dillerent

work from the woil

of

(be

amo

K,i |c]](liM

Lala MiIjm

The

present

wmk

appears to

belong
In leaf

to

theVap'ayana school
A.

1:5

^<f

^n^Tr^T T^R F^^Tm

aiT3Rr1m

tnmro srns^rt rnmirro

The
name
book

woi'k

is

not,

complete
infoims
in

Vajrararya,
of

Kiincim.

tueihat

tbereare three works of the


is
1

Dur^.di-p o i3ndh,m,i
work,

Nepal
to
k

Tim present
sdokas

fragment

of tlie

bilges!

which
I

e\femU
be
<>v\uei s

J,

.")()()

Then

are copies of the

m
in
lv

Nepal, hut
prose
Miir.i
is

are

charry

showing their books


l-o

The
by
extent,

work
Di
Ii

l,L'i)U

sink, is in extent
is

and appears
a,

be

that noticed

The smallest work


I

Dharani, 200 slokas

Urals

of the funeial tiles of

lie

l.biddliist JJInksiis

Ul.'MVl
by
a bole

Ik

fl^n^nWire^
the
left,

Ld*2
Lines
1

niches
.">

Folia 27, pierced

towards

of
L

be cenlre.
7

on

pa^o

Extent

in

Slokaa, toO

Date

^.

K>7

.'">.>

1).

baracter, old Xewari.


l*i

Appear-

ance, old.
It

Prose and \erse.

Sanskrit and

akrd

Incorrect.
II

ends

TTT^I^JSfl'&^crojW

$ ^SHpHTO

9ife*R*reWTOT

^*ut

tpzr^t

^rft^nrt^t n

sr^Taitrr

"

TO^ftrr wnrcj t

>

VT$si feTH^T7^r

HTpr fwfen sot

II

TftrHar *nnsifei

gfewr ^gfwqiTfnft

^iftirjprar^Trfr fasrufrT

fg^H^fftfeYT%fre:

^Jtf*T^ tjySUlrlllJ

This
Siriha,

drama was composed by Jayata, minister of Jayarimalla Deva


1*57

poet,

at the request of Jay a


It

of

Nepal
I).

was copied by

Jayasinha himsolf in the Nepal year


It

1337 A
I

begins

SH *7

^Zl^Tm

fa^aJlfafa^^irT^^^mSTTi^rs^*:

nrftr

^?tf Ji^srcre

srcr

araif *$r

S^rt

hts*

uitfaw ^mTftr TOftrrsT


ftarosHitn
ff#

fimfwnr *$
x
i

11

WTO"

gr^ TjeTr x x ^Wf ^ffaRTOftiW


x
X

II

**>

sift sri^i:
111.*

ra^fiHdr.

36^ C.
t

WK3t*M^
left of

loxli niches.

Kolui

37, pierced

by a

hole towards
1<87.

lie

tbe centre.

Lines 5 on a pn^e.

Extent
Verse.

in slokas,

Date?

Character, Jtfcwan.
in

Appearance,
10!> of

old.

Correct,
In the

Already fully described

page

my

Nepal Catalogue.
is in
I

MS. the

last leaf

is

wanting

Tbe complete MS.

he Durbar Library,

No. 1(548.
III.

M2

I).

Wftffrft

^T^*f^qr

M)\x2
Lines

inches
(5

Folia 6, pierced
pa<je.

by

hole

towards the

left of

tbe

cet. tie

on a

Extent

in

slokiis 108.

Date N.S. 274 =


Incorrect.

11.")

Character, Newari.

Appearance, old.

Prose and verse.

The Wnd.

f p^wroinftftT#tare!f

i
I

fifkrT^nzfftnsnra^w

begins

^T TO> d^dUli

*rros?3n

g^wmrcnf^

xro*^

^tot^

tosttj

^Tftjnarrfrar*

**n sHrosnira; ijst

stcptt

tot

tt*.

^<=

5jrrwTwr|tf5T

tj^r

srersrnn:

^f^ang^f*

its*

wmn:

W*

^
Leaf 3 B.

tra gi$

*arsfr

innai^ ht$ sprf?^ ?fa^ $wrfeR^


*ITOT:
sftfilWR

Sfo *n*miTTO^m^T ^fasn^SfTfofa:

^nmi iTflrenrfrsn^
ifrt
1

rtF^jpft %fcm<j^n?cr:

mum:

^rrpr^fosiT wra-

Hrft

*sfefk a^?mrcr^^^^iTT7Tj ^rrecjT^Tng; =srHf?^f \m

TO^m

&ffltimmwnr%[T

warts;

^m^T Tgw^rsgwrTf^ggw^n?^^ tgt far

gfrar

?*?

^?t#t^rwi^ qrgf5RW5ftaft ^grprasrr


T

^ranJtft^RTi-

$$*mi?tsRi rH*lirjp#t ^sr^iff^Ht

Trcrorcrofiwlvininri'

wzh-

U\.:\&2K.

^fr^^qi^T*!^
left of tlio ?

l:*,<2

inches

Folia 24, pierced

hy a hole towards the


SloKafc

centre.
old.

Lines 5 on a page.

Extent

in

432.

Date

Appearance,

Character,

Ncwari.

Verse.

Incorrect.

^
is

Tho

story

of

HariScandra

given in

the form

of a

Purana,

in

which Agastyaand Vaigampayana are the and Haimman are the second intcelocntois.
HariScandra's wife in her distress

firs*

interlocutors,

jmd
to

Rama
tempt

A
at

Knttinj comes

Tho MS. belonged


Ravana Nataka was

to

that JayaMinha,

whose instance Mahiis

written.

The date

of

coping

N.S.

11)5.

as in

Mahi-Ravana Badha Nataka


SffTW'T
I

III.

362 F

12x2

inches.
1-

Kolia

,S,

pierced
in

l>y

a hole

towards the

left of tlie centre.

Lines

on a page

Extent

Slokas 17.

Date?

Character, Newari
9?t

Appearance, old

Verse.

Incorrect.

begins

w*

fargnr

g^TOT WTl^sfeT^ TOI^n!F*tf ferT:

II

to%: tost

fsr^ns; faxq^fcrg^f

wm
1

ii

from?

f^"*n^T8"

sqwr^^rSar

*TgOT*T UTT
flTWfawgs:

$W WTOT|^W
faisr

TTTTTTT^

II

*j$ *%w-

an

trrm

xpranc

Trfet iftr ari^rw

firw

11

mmrtf
u'ajtn

*ra

hw

5fa

arr

fiuft

w11

^^i^g*

mw& u^mHJ
Hfwj mnj

^xr?*

sif^n

sifter

fir^ft

^thIh 5

rf

fasgTcj;

*? H^T^SJT^cT^

*&^*5J H fcTSTT^mni

HW^TT 3TTqt^ U^:


I

||

*Rinjare faf^F ^fgm^re mfrTHT


BTTlfg

mftRT
tiw

xh*T.

'^"fe^: fl^rm

li

^Htttj:
It.

srsr

^h^cj:

uwra^

11

ends

Sfo ^T^^rT^r T5ftfl%^TWTfw?T^ HtfTTl^


see

II

For a larger w<k


Preface
lix.

Nepal

\i ta

lo^uc

<*f

19<);,

p.

SO,

and the

III.3o2U.
2b' (first

*m*ft3re*roT
ni

li.y

*3r*%T
a
in

2 x

li

inches.

Kol.a

2 leaves aie

ism M o

),

pureed hy
Kvleni

hole towards the left of the

centre.

Lines

<>

on a pai^e
old.

^loka.s ^:jl.

Date N. 8 544=1424
Correct.

A.D
It

Appearance,

Cliaiacfcr, old Nevvari.

ends

*TT*ft*W^ farTTOfff

W$& Wg:

^wmfaftrsn g^^r

aftf

STGrfg^f^fuW ^mfaSrr

if

ii

f^rr ^nt srTJTHTfaa- $snftr^

^^TftWrTTfiT

*g^5r?*T JTTSmRTfa U^WHlHl *jfafw-

*faWTfa

OT

^8

WT

etc.,

*W*J *f

jjpnf a b.

tff $*nfrr*fr

*ro %#ta:

flraro:

f^rf^r^S
*

gfarftfirarneft

*ro %t1*t: fg^m:

8 b.
j>

f^??t*ram@" 5nt^gifagt?*n

*w

^fta: fgwr;

*rrff?*fi*ro

^5^:

fg-srro:

L3 B.

"
,

gwfgwift^TO

^rffa: F^ITO:

15 11

^prarct

xjiq^crnwt

*m

inrot fsrom:
1

16

srfatmsr *ro %sftift fgisfm:

18 A.

'jrarHgr^^TT^t ;n*
mw^rTsr^rrnrft

giftaft

fg*ro;
1

18 B.

*m

^gtffarvro:

19 b.
21 a.

uwraro

H^tfgrtfWm &to:
fprffiftsrm f^ftift

fgisrro:

f^m:

21 B.

TJTJWrfT TOT g#ttf fg*TO:

23 a.
23 B.

wpfpoi"

^Tiig^N^in

*w

irosffr

ftrora:

f^^rgrT^T^ft JTO

fijSW fSTOm:

4-0

A-

)j

given above.
the text of the 4th Visrama of the 4th

The following

is

kandn

FT^fwr:

piw? nrftfn:

wfgni%
i

II

^wif m^fi *rroWr sg^TT

aWt*r

ufgwfjrr g*: ftngr

*g^g:

II

3<

'jng^Tgipff ?hit

wife

^aif^g^^

OTsnsrfag

*r$*i; srfut

^nsjfa ijmftij

ii

I<srw

*$^ ^tjgrrfr fcmwftr


c

^H m iu ^i
+
+

S*f

#*

^ifwiftrai

+
mm^
11

+
11

^oif rant m?fH fesrfa^s

n*3rar$ irenrorat
TIT.
I

^tift^ ?<*

362 H.

WTT^t^^T^ftf-T^-'
Kolia
3.")

By flcT^ffHK

or

3WTOH5T

'2x2 inches.

(first

two loaves missing), piorcod by two holes


Lines 6 on a page.

to the
72(>.

rii^htand left of the centre.

Extent
old.

in Slokas

Date

Character,

Transition

Gupta

Apppearance,

Verse.

Correct.
it

ends

ufaru^

^f $*n

arr^sr

^GJjny
X
?r

TOTJJHI fzt^tVI %T[*l

*ranfa *nfir TprfJr irartfa

Tmift* n

UNiimttTCi:

itfWffrW:

*f U

<r!M

m g HHi:
3

II

fa^rH HI
n

imjjjgjHifig fnar*i

^ffTwsr^

Colophon.

t fir ^rsrfrot

^iqlDM^yHflUd^Wmmft^ ^^vi

fsrfircnfr ^grgfef triors : xvsor>

Postf

Colophon. IJTTOTirc
,

ritrF

^STCftfef fin^If:

fagrct ^ftn?t5?T^

^i tr*$w$
m\m

ii

$w<1 tj^ht^

^rm:

sttht tit^

^R^r fro?

*rmTTTOTCTfi5r^

*th*j[

ii

Leaf 3 A.

*f?r

grw f^f^f^s?tawn^
x x x
f^ffa: q*sr:
I
i

*to$TO<nTTgTnftft

B.

$*3TR

q^TfTjrrTTm^^^rwtfer%irm

Sfoj

tot*

wsnfy^trqig

w ^m(mp
^jinan ^'fiTO

row

fnw rifely

n
i

&$*t Wtr5

an ^3;

5 H^r^n ferm

ftj?

*lfcn

stfhr

wmt

vtarartar:

11

ftraiw

um

srhu: ftRTnr& fern: ftra:

"Bpsmiar farcT *FtaT faror #taf?r

t^n
fro:

11

w^BfT sifts: sni *nfn ire for:

tnc:

*8

^iiremi wfer?n

gfa

s;st

gffr s*t*#

^fgwr^rrifar ^ui'iyudft&rni

*f?T

+
NiarTO
i

f^flfa:

W*r:

$*r*ras[

u%snfa ^ri^^fv^frTj^^

Ifoj y^ivj

*tth? ^fg:

*r*jt*

g^pr

*gw^
jtht

^wfvfc^aijrnfir fff srerera

fas

?)

^^n

*^ ^n* ?t^ h^tt^^


5>

a*flfeu

teffiff^f ct^tj

fAu<af*jiH*i
i

ii

fm&^ttro^ wi

^rnftcf gTTtK
t^ffr

n^ ^n%
x X x

fern

^rsnar

^fshnj

x X

X
x

fr^n^ antra

w?

fasfrfTcnrorfiiacnj h

rm^RT l^l qfg:


***

*Tlj ff*rg

JT^fH
i

II

faiP3

tenrfiiH *re

^f ^mr^

&VR

UHlir^H^J WTS?lJTT?ff^fo5mj

II

*1

ii

fr^j %<l

5%ff

$fer

tRurfa ^

rer$<i

ii

*fgw*u*Tifr^
***rt fawte

h%^ faggfsraij
w^i%
ii

ii

ftmg tojW
ftr^j^sft

ircfrfcrr^

wvMjjsWpi

n*Y%*fTS ^t^h:

p^:

II

3ftPTWrfaih (gHj:)*p *J7W: ^TJ^tftTrf:

SfHt qui Jiffy STT^T ?Jl4(l f^rjlTRH^

tfsfrf^rjf

wt

"071^

*ri irf

sw?i*ft

ii

III.
1'ho

363 A.

11

x 2 inches.

Folia
in

14,

pierced

by

hole townnls

left.

Linen, 8 on a page.
?

Extent
Prose.
TJjt

slokas, 600.

Character,

Now-

ari.

Date

Appearance,

old.

Incorrect.
I

Beginning.

JTlj:

5f: jftraWt wfkii *ft?^f*

wr^

inrrortir

**

g*T 3T

SfHT WT tTU*

ireiTfa<35t ^renrfrf

II

*W*UttJ

f TO-

^sftereroHT'

fem^ng^T^m^ (?)
sftsrefa
i

*$w vm^ fini?


wsrfa
i

swi

frjjT
frjjr

shrei, $sft

jitotsot:' usrtrtHt

are

*wt

farcfa

%im* x H^*wt

ig^ftar otstt

;rmitar
snararfn
i

*nftaf iresn
tn^ptff

*rsi

ftjT triram

farrftr

%ur|fir

ig^T^TT

*wmv[

11

^mfsfarfroTTT^

The End.

faftu^ ^T^TW ^nJTT^^Tn^T^lfafk

After tho end, begins another work, of which only


be C'jund in this

five lines are to

MS.

as

smt

gam

H*!P&? TJTXJT ITOKTT

OT* ^WTfT^ffftT

II

mmscgjiraw

tigfiita

^snr:

ii

sm^ a^srcf

jut

Hgrftrfroforfn

^Ist ^fa*rcgTrenjR$^

ii

TO^nft^prfa
Here ends the

to $fa
is

n
to

five linos of

Mandakalpa attributed
associated.

Nagarjuna with
in this

whose name that of Aryadeva


has no name.
attributes

The main work

MS.

It appears to be the notes of


to

an Ayurvedic Physician,

who

them
is

Nagarjuna.

It is

written in

very small letters rnd

the Sanskrit
III.
left.

not of the happiest kind.

363

B.

10 x

2.

Folia 13 and

8,

pierced by a hole towards the

Lines, 7 per page.

Extent in slokas, 500.


Prose and Verse.
in this

Character, old Newari.

Date

Appearance,
t

old.

Correct.

There are two works

MS.

One may be named 9 W 1*^911

XI?g which runs from leaf


hoing written on both sides.

1 to leaf

13 without coming to an end, leaf


is

The other work

entitled
first

g^rmmm^gis

foanug and

extends from leaf 3 to leaf 10.

The

written in a
is

vary old hand and has the look of Transitional Gupta, while the other old Newari. It is dated N.S. 224

The

1st

MS. begins

to: TjFiuimfcij^m
i

^x^tfw^ to

tjrws^'

fsnfrqflfsiu* tRtftr u

^rofif

1^5

W%fir

smir:

%tf:

*nfgrj:

wm

femH gTagTsn

^ttt:

vi<^it*i
TOiffr'

THT^rH^fm^ ism^f
i

*rofir
i

^rfaswntT wraiefr
5fT#j5rrq;

Qvnq

^f*r-

qwti

trefafn

u*igswaM^
i I

a i^faigtramr^faii;
\

*^nft auKffismwwnJi

imsnmRq snlte^inj ^mjmfafa- m mmm q


fTnft^ *f*Tr$:i7S?*TT
i I

sfsrm & TO SnnnftT

3f8J: fafa^:
i

rfrf

*gfw5
TOf *P
fafsw

am
i

ftffarferf^ft wtc^
uifa:
I

rT^fsrfafwqt: ir*rfjroT*

nwrfwtI

*ifwW
trifat

nfiffafsratflTC:
i

ffa Hlflfafw: *&lfam:

*rft

*
-

<r*t

amrmrTT

**

ftrUR WTftfa ^tJlifr


snaft:

TORT

CRT^^^jf^ftft?
I

ri lr|Wm reT^ZT-

^g:wtftjftfn

SSFSronftmfrfa:

qwgfiTT-fefajrt

m qiqi^Mlfai.
...

qsrtftrarcrifr:

W*: ^W^n^gwWT^ft: Wlffe:

This appears to be a commentary of some work of the Kaleakra-

yana School
following

That

it

treats

of

secret

worship,

is

apparent from

tlio

A
3f^7^tT^: jy^Udl^Ult
I

Leaf 5

ITT *gtT:

*5iWt^ UH

gm fo)^?-

iiWTOT% ifa

^t^

*gsnj#t
is

win

The other work


from
leaf

professedly a

commentary.

Here

is

art

extract

4 A:

flt

TOT ^^tc^T

HSflSUl Wl3IHIftfUl

5TT

SPiJ ST^f

ST^

^mtrj;

ji:

^rr^r

HimlHwfNrTi $

ih&^st

^rmTregfert*(

mi* ^^nug^ari"

***h*t:

finjfefu**r^*i ftrfe5<e^FH:

Wffm

for

v*q

at

wmrsft*

It

has a colophon

^ffWTW^RT^gfOTTW WTOIJ

Post Colophon.

TOnt **8 ^vrargA


is

j^miftiT ftrfawftrfir

II

So tho

latter

MS.

copied in 110 t A.D.

^
I

III.

303 C.

^JIT^*^?gsnWj
left.

11J-

x2

inches

Folia 36, pierced


in

by a hole towards the


Character, Newari.
It

Lines,

5 on a page

Extent

slokas, 550.

Date
tft

Prose.

Incorrect.

begins

*m:

^TT^r^Tfiff^

Colophon.

J^iffonwfwsKW ^^mnjR OTnrs


is

ii

The same pagination


tho work
is

not continued throughout the work, though

ono and the same

The

parts

all relate to

the secret worship


is

of Vogtimbara.

On

the lop of a hill just behind the Residency there

temple of Yogambara
III.

who

is

groatly worshipped at the present day.

363

1).

TRRnSinr^n
1000.

11x2

inches.
left.

Folia,

32

(first

leaves missing) pierced by a hole towards the

Lines, 8 on a page.

Extent
(the

in

Slokas,

Character,

Bengali.

Date N.S.

313 = 1193

year of tha

Mahomedan
Incorrect.

conquest of

Delhi).

Proso and Verse.

Appearance, old.
Post Colophon

m*<i

$<{$

fti f

&a fl mi

^Tfton^
i

i^ta^ftarc^QPsr fe3rcm$r

xxx
X
|

nqnrfima u oi q *
i

qq mfqla

Then

in a different

and

later

hand

*3rf% ^rftTfTTTB^T^
J II.

1JJW

363 E.

JptcTOfaw

by tRppr
Lines, 5

12^x2

inches.

Folia 23,
in slokas,

pierced through the centre.


700.

and 6 on a page.

Extent

Character, Bengali.

Date La. Ham. 499.

Appearance,

old.

Verse.

Incorrect.

Tho
read
it.

first

leaf has peeled off in so

many

places, that
*>

it is difficult

to

The author

is

Caturbhuja, and his patron Sirphadalan Raya.


title of

Tho

author's father obtained the

Pandit Raj at the court of Akbar by

defeating in argument Pandits assembled in his court held at Medinigarda.

His patron obtained from Jahangir, the son of Akbar, the


dalana.

title of

Simha-

Two more names have

been given, that of

Annp Ray and Vir

Narayana, who appear

to be his ancestors.

It is written in imitation of

is

It Gifca Govinda of Jayadeva. Colophon statement runs thus

complete in 13 chapters.

Tlie post-

firemrom
x x
x
i

wnmni
363 F.

sraf

&p fWT^rf
|

This was copied at Simraon in A.D. 1611.


III.

nifaraWsP
slokas,

12x2

inches.

Folia, 14

(first

leaf

missing), pierced by a hole towards the left of the centre.

Lines, 4 on

page.

Extent in

125.

Character,
Verse.

Newari.

Date N.S.

513 = 1393 A.D.

Appearance, old.

Incorrect.

Colophon

wftr

wfamitti* n$ftwR*

*I^

mgwtwrraiw: w?wr:
(

mfinft

frwrJ flfa^ffir

nr^srf^

^w^ *snrraT^

III.
left

363 G.

11* x 2 inches.
Lines,
?

from the centre.

Folia 36, pierced by a hole towards the Extent in slokas, 550. 5 on a page.
old.

Character, Newari.
It is

Date

Appearance,

Prose.

Incorrect.

a fragment of a largo work in Vajrayana.

The

initiated asks

his doubts to his preceptor.

In leaf marked 40
In leaf 55

UU

^HrfJI&gTTgWHMlluRfaafc *jm:

OTW

'JuTfTHfTfw^^r fiuuj$H*W[f5T

WT^n^f5T^W^fTI7 dtifcWlIJ

ffaq

hh:

w$?< hst

aritj ifflHaftfti*HD*i

69 B.

fH^U^JI^yi^HWai^uri^:
-r

TSW

From the cplophon the Librarian has named the work SaipBaya
paricheda.

111.363 H.

^ll?l#rn?lT3lfH
left.

12x2
5

inches.

Folia 61, pierced

hy a

hole

towards the

Lines,

and

6 on
.

a page.

Extent
old.

in

jjlokas,

1000.

Date?
is

Character,

Newari.

Appearance,

Prose

and

verse.

The MS.

worn out

in the end.

M
I

III.

3631.

rTft*4?faftn

13x2

inches.

Folia

29

(8

leaves
left.

missing, a

work running over 37


Extent in

leavos), pierced
fllokas, 700.

by a holo towards the

Lines, 6 on a page.

Character, Bengali.

Dato

Appearance, fresh.
Colophon.

Prose and Verse.

Correct.

VWlfctft'Ujfqft?:

fSrftrr

Hero the MS.


Tin's is a

ends.
writtefi

Apparently there were

some

more verses

work

by a Bengali Vaidya

at the request of another

Bengali Vaidya, on the initiation into Budhism. Bengali character.


to

The MS.

is

copied in

The palm
not
to

leaves, on

which

it is

written, do not appear

be so well-seasoned as the palm leaves of ancient Newari


is

MSS.
so the

In the

leaves before us, there

much

of the secret

worship

Bengal

form

of

Budhism seems

have been much purer than the Budhism of

Nepal.
III.

363

J.

^fWWBOTfl
left

11x2
Date
?

inches.

Folia 102, pierced

by a hole towards the


glokas,

of the centre.

Lines, 6 on a page.

Extent

in

200.

Character, old Newari.

Appearance, old.

Prose.

Correct.
It begins.

**fT

TO

gjt ut sk %H3* few*fo


i

gfatwwMic wra^scr*nra*r$rr< &fac


i

Sanmw a - 5HM*m $
t

srrf%ipt

mrani

utortw
wrong
i

snftgw sfa ir& ufiilw^a an ^nftOTfrtnmsf *rcf


*n*r$

wnr

m^i mti

*nss wnf

am in^
ram

sm^

FT5T

wwwmfwOTtf#ywf|p**ftiii5h
i

aftfa-

TOnrt ?t h ^

i'

inrwTftr

a^*5

aw <ro^

hotut

8^

TOTS Hlfa*rHltf:

fay u m*

3#tTO^[

IIT.

364 A.

gS^ft^TTSf

by

<Wn=ftel

llx 2

inches.

Folia

55,

1, 2, 7,

8 leaves are missing,


P

pierced through by a

hole towards

the

left.

Date

Character very ancient, when Bongali and Newari were

mixed together.

Appearance,

old.

Verse.

Correct.
canto.

The MS. ends at the middle of the 14th consulted by Amrtananda in preparing copies

This MS. was not

of the

work

for Europe.
series.

Cowell has edited the Buddhacarita in the Anecdota Oxoniansia

The present MS. begins with


Cowell.

the

3rd leaf and with the 46th Sloka of

Each page

consists of 8| couplets.

Accordingly the 3 pages miss-

ing would have had 25 couplets.

For these 25 Amrtananda substituted

45 of his own composition.


fal
is
i

rH3i1i^gi^d^

The 45th verse of Cowell ends with the words But in our MS. we have $OT*ft fWl*?: This
I

not found anywhere in Cowell.

In the 9th book of Cowell the lecuna commencing at 41st verse


thus supplied by this

is

MS.

i*i*i tto

* ^m *r

ppi'

srtnrarestrfTTiwJi 1

^ nwTfw

J5 win vin^nn i^st* ^rt br#st snu


:

ti

far ft

gwfw

qinnwiUM

ftnrarct (?) laf faqlvig^ :

wnu

fir

uwrfar finrnr Tuynj

witfwrnNr

spt h9^*(

tfnmrgraw ftrg^rwr: jr^nsnfii jr wto

srw tfhro

* mfar

*f*j

raw tow *
*nnjr
(?)

snfer *fan

WTap*

tjtttw

* mfm *f*:

raw * qrrf*i
It

*fw:

*WimR: 9 ^ tftarah T*WTTOW 9 ^ TFTOW


sro*

^tw^i

fir

sftornpj

sfafr^?*rf^Tw*fr:

?rfpprr^ an firymftwiS nwTfir

ppT

i ron

mq H a:

nwrfjan at ftn?S%xrsn^

*#%%

tfarsimfirasrT: u

Though

the Chinese

Translation speaks of 16 verses here, our

MS.

has only eleven.


III.

364 B.

^*rffH*Wfa
?

by
left.

W*n;*trf%

11* x 2 inches.

Folia

6,

pierced by a hole towards the

Lines, 7 on a page.*

Extent

in Blokaa, 140.
old.

Date

Character, Newari and Gupta mixed.

Appearance,

Prose.

Correct.
s$>

It begins

5Wt

$3^

Colophon.
III.

v^Hrtfimtnj^
Umfafa:
?

**njrfaftr

fftrfttf

TormwTfatnTrsn^

364 C.

by

^fiwi^tWf
left.

11x2 inches.

Folia

17, pierced

by a hole towards the


Date
old.

Lines, 8 on a page.

Extent in

Slokas, 500.

Character, Newari in an uniformly slanting hand.


Prose.
Incorrect,
i I

Appearance,
It begins

Black with age.

itft

mmfaqlfadqi q

8 8

Colophons.

?fa
...

JJ? urafafa:

...

^gVHHfgfa:
i

...

OTMlftuTWfafaj
i

^ro$r*i?lui*ftffVj:

...

Trrfxn^ftrftyj

...

^njrerfgf**:

...

^rtn^ifsrftj:

...,

mmwwfgfijj
i

...

fa^HM^urar-

fefa:

...

gurwmmryfa:
i

...

naiijmehfafa:

...j^uik-

fefa

...

^jyrinrrafsftr:

...

uftqnr

w fgfa:

...

w^Trranra-

Post Col.

ftaFuiHftK v?Uiuasfi3T ^rrnLm^tft:


is

There

one prescription after this in a separate

leaf,

Which ends

with the words


ill.

TOW

UlwRlfti:

II
4

364 D.

qfaTWHISTT or
Extent

%Wlf^irT

Hi x2 inches.

Folia 38,

of

which

1, 2, 6, 7, 8,

16, 17, 22, 26, 27, 33, 35, 36, in Slokas,

37 loaves are missing.

Lines, 6 on a page.
leaves).

500 (calculated without the missing

Date

Character, Transitional Gupta.

Appoarance,

old.

Prose

and Verso.
Colophons
:

Correct.

Leaf 9 A. sfo
10 B. 13 A.

if)

JUHUHflWl

$8f3fUfg|tK1iji HU1T5 XTCSP

*T*cfU<!f:
g

%r?fa:
i

14 B.
18 B.

^p* H^UdH
:

to^sh
t

fRNTR:
I

VTgW

TTO5T:

21 B.
It
is

find

^UHiD^niWUM: TO
why

difficult to

the patalas are so differently arranged in

the tika, while they are arranged in their proper order in the text, which
is to

be found in a paper

MS. No.

249.

parts,

each subdivided into


loss

11 patalas.

by the

of leaves

in the tika

used in both the parts.


leaf of another in the

The

1st

text is divided into two The anomaly may be explained as well as by the same number being leaf of this MS. is missing, but the 1st
in as the first leaf of

But the

this

MS.

It

begins

same character has been put

\#

TO: WT^RFHT

B^f *TT

%: TOfin*:

m qfalfellliyma

il l

*U

sfsr

ssr fafsr:

fl.g^firdwjfl

^fi^rT^T^fw:

^
*ft

5faTOT33Tf55R^:

||

viw wfa^srt
wm^fcr

sraRTromTJinj

11

^n=R^irng[

S miafatil
UJWHlfP
I

to

11

5ft^^fHH(5*T

TOT

WTtraT^f^w^%Tftrt^TT ^pm

11

^T^yig^fg: iftulwn
Sgumi T feftGRp
fg^f^yysyr^: x
in. 364
e.

fanaftennj

11

TO* wfijdnyfgs suBJi&mviwti


sitfijw
*it*Trg

11

x
1

w&rarfiwr

im

swraftrfirof^rn
Date
(in

12 x 2 inches.
left.

Folia 42 (1st leaf missing), pierced by a hole through the

Lines, 6

On a page.
501
it

Extent in Slokas, 1000.

later

hand)

N.S.

= 1381

A.D.

But the

writing

is

Newari and Bengali mixed, and


Appearance, old.
Prose.

must be attributed

at least one century earlier.

Correct.

Port Colophons.

^^rqch^^^iJ ^l fa^

flU^ ^l ur^Hr^^^

Post Colophon.

^W

*flt ffrf

JJOT ftTWHT H^gTjfgpfnj

M
ita*

m sfaft

flftrgft

The present MS. appears


styled
Piitradhiraja,
of

to

have been recited

to

Megharaja, who

is

which may mean a highly-placed minister, or


relates to the recital

the*

King

Patra.

The date N.S. 501 probably

and

not to the copying.

The
paper MS.

1st leaf
in the

of the

MS.

is

missing, which

may be

restored from a

Library No. III. 592.

That Number
the Tika
I

also contains a

Tika

to the Tattvajnanasaipsiddhi

by Dhyanacandm, who describes himself


of
is

as

Madhyamakaruc.
text
is

The name

MarhasukhaprakaSika.
it

The

not in the Library.

But

am

assured

may

be found in

Nepal.

III.

364 F.

^O^TO

13| x 2 inches.

Folia, 36, pierced

by a

hole towards the left of the centre.


700.

Lines, 5 on a page.

Extent in slokas,

Date N.S. 482 = 1362 A.D.


Complete.
is

Character, Newari. Appearance, old.

Prose.

This MS.
Sanskrit.
breath.

written in Newari language profusely interspersed with

It relates to

svarodaya sastra,
is

i.e.,

prognostication by

means

of

Ordinarily
It

it

regarded as a part of Jyotisa or Astrology and

fortune-telling.

has in places mathematical tables to calculate the

length and force of the breath.

In the same

MS.

there

is

a short work written in shorter palm-leaves

in beautifully bold
to

Newari character entitled Samayavihara, which relates


I suspect

the location of breath and similar topics.

that this

is

the

text which the

Newari comments on and

amplifies.

III.

364 G.

mi^M^a^
Appearance, old.

I,

12* x 2 inches.

Folia 93 (of which

13, 14, 17, 27,29, 48, 53, 77

leaves are missing), pierced

by a hole towards
Character, old
Incomplete.

the

left.

Lines, 5 on a page.

Extent in Slokas 1500.


Verse.
Correct.

Newari.

Date?

Professor Bendall mentions of a mutilated copy of Paramesvaratantra

Jn^page 27
Tantra
in

of his

Cambridge Catalogue, and

have mentioned

of this

Nepal Catalogue.

The present MS. begins :

n*

ww?R"

#hpf $9 ^ft^^if *khu*(

ii

u^T^um

jsnfrnj tl $!**!* ^rwrrg

girfi^ft sytotot ^Tg^ar

ym fiwi
i

H^lirg^JTf l*ltt ftlgUlTKU+Uth

II

ysnnflT RfT^ar trcutmO *rer fain*, n

tnmsjft*

5^n inn fagt

irtjst:

wenft tmfasp
wmrii^su4 shj

in

** *wmia n
lmivif
i

jsrsw

^m^nsr u^ifa *fiw*ft ^ttottj


1TOT
i

ii

OTTTm

ftnOHTT fa^ftwt

WFn9W:

qm wftw

fcran atrfiren tnhr

ii

sftoft TOftsren IWHHH3) S^tfcf:

fia^jT

imf^T

m*

jjhuihhniiiijI n

UWgjftfatlMBI

wnirm

to $ar *5*unj stm *% tot%*t iwnf ys


tftww
Leaf 6 A.
fffa ^ft <TOC$*ft*T&

^^
fosr*
I

g$wr:
u
i

TO*ftfe*flnmjt ^jnftfTOTTO fagTT:

^{jlVwRw:
9 A.
15 B.

TO5Tt

IWTTfin TJWftfwftnJ* VfcQi

TOW mfa#t wfigu: wfawfim: HOT*


farajm vinurigtid
1

20 b.

*:

^Jifawfiw *ot:

25 A.
34,

^rywrywfTjpfwirrcrre swtwfafsnircn v&mt

A.

^TTWfal UWHifl^R: *rm qettfqmfau


swgsrrftran:: grfaflORm: TJOT:
I

TTCST:

45 B.
51 B.

WT^*JM*IW^mffl]: fsfipJTWTO ^yWsjFffH:


VlflWMWjftfifa: ^JjftflSUrW TT^^T:
i

TftRfi

59 A.
66 B.
78 A.

#WHT faj|TtgT$

xrajftfsrftw

Wtt

H$fi3nfa$ngT$ uyTVlfltfH: TO5TJ

86 B.
III.

^ftmfirfw^rc: ;ro ^srTOTfnjffnr:

rcsr:'

365 A.

^^n^T^^t^T
two holes

by SHTO*

Il-Jx2

inchos.

'Folia,

26,

pierced by

to the right

and

loft of
?

the centre.

Lines*

8 on a page.
Gupta.
It ends

Extent in glokas, 700.


old.

Date

Character, Transitional

Appearance,

Prose.

Incorrect.
*fir !

mjjftr 3ffi*T?t

* W5T%

uftHNlu

(?)

5T

W^fa

^5^ *

yrnEjfirarfa

j^i^^ter

g^mmr safari

finwsjffif

rn^ afro*
surf*!

mw^fr p^ini gwfa ( i ) ^ ^ftis


i

ii

*rr*

nmra
?

(?) tort^"
I

f^fHHStf) ftrrwfi? $z
?nrrir

sftRirf^r nrarT flftrait

firawaPkTftro&: Himr:

ffafarg

fii'miauii

gRH|-n.q gqpj-

hw sptostw

*sn<TJ

tu

fifarmnzraW^W OTTW:

<U*JIHJI4Ui{

SFSIH 3T^T (900)

It

begins

TOt ^ft%*)W1M

$ STcPcf
*tr

TOfaflTrfw
1

fsfff gSHI"

^ B^TO^f *

flHftrfrl

* nr

wrgnT sfk g^ncj;

mm

arrag: ggfutrreTfaita n

m arm

ft

tow

wwft

^rcrnft^q-wTg^r^r^r:

top*:

*w<ri!

mrarcft
I

%^^RT5rTrnT^^ir9fWTfTljmTfiT^XI^^f

mffar?T*[

|**TT-

^rifanfy
7

Tin's

is

commentary on
is

Cnkrasambara

which

is

attributed
is

to

Heruka, which

another form of Aksobhya Buddha,

who

represented

as the source of all secret and mystic worship

among
is

the Buddhists

The

commentator Jayabhadra seems


though the verse
of the letters
in

to

have -been an immigrant from Ceylon,


described

which

lie

is

very obscure, and

many
is

have been

almost effaced

The

MS

of the

commentary

very old.
III.

365 B.

JRYTHR:** flTHTOHiiaf

12x2
left.

inches.
f>

Folia, 41

(1st leaf missing) pierced by n hole towards the

Lines,

on a page.

Extent

in

Slokas,

640.

Date N\S 545


Incorrect.

1425

AD.

Character, Bengali.

Appeal ance, old


It

Vorse.

ends

nJISU^fafaWrF Sg ^fagTUff^

*?rft*rt

*fo srafrftr *f*JT#t

^TW%T T
cHH

gftfcUHl^

feftf:

sf

TT^T Jgg

JP9

II

HlVlfffWgl Hfidrfl^ftr

?rcn

5nnt ferar ^pjrsnj

fa^T^taT^fijiiufl

ii

It

Ft ^rafarml^^ipT:

gift ws;g

^Ftwj grsr

T^ftvnjm^RTq

The
the
it

copyist of tins

MS. was the son

of

Dhannagupta, the author

of

tbur-ac.t.

Ramayana mentioned
present
I

in p. 24-B of

my Nopal
of

Catalogue.

But
the

is

curious that he should copy this

MS

in

Bengali character.

In comin

paring the

MS.

with
it

the two

copies

Mahabharata
It

Durbar Library,
contain
Ill

find that

differs great 1)

from them.

docs not

Adhyaya Colophons
365 C.

too.

fa^t^^ra^
left.

UX2

inches.

Folia, 19 pierced
in slokas,

by a hole towards the


Date,
Prose.
It

Lines, 6 on a page.

Extent

400.
old.

S'aka

1189-1267 A.D

Character,

Bengali.

Appoarance,

Incorrect.

ends

snnro trygTnra suwfafa:

wrjTOW

ifm^~r

su^to

y^n

^ffanfi*r*3j

T^t^ H^?ftw ^if*jirewrar ^jsrrrgjinjHiT-

tu

sfa f^f^#t^TTHgTT% ^^tte^t:

fl

wrt

'***

i 15

fry^wHiuitmwmwTHifurj^aJwf fiOT tost

It is

a book on incantations

Beginning.

&

f*ft

a^JHt^TO

fPH* iftsrm sftwnsi srMarert srn^ 3*:

11

^qmiftqm

mrrfW?'- nvurit

II

1*
I

TIT.

365 D.

W<*fa<iW
Date
Y

12J x2.

Folia,

99 (1st leaf missing)

pierced by a hole towards the


Slokas,

left.

Linos, 7 mid 8 on a page.

Extent in
old.

3000.

Character,

Newari.

Appearance,

Prose.

CoiTect,
ft
is

commentary on Amarkosa (Lexicon) having neither beginning

nor ond.

quotes Magha.

Kab radar 3a, LokeSvarSataka Rudra, and Ra


is

bhasa, Panini.

The author's name


ffVanft:
I

not found

In leaf 50 B.

fT^wg^m ^Rfaftram

fBHwfirasT:

ttw srjran^sw

aunw

st^stt:

ITL 365
inches.

K.

fcrf^rPun^T^gf^TO^f#^:
Pierced
Character, Maithili

by

JJ'jtHT;

12x2
left.

First few loaves ate missing.

Ivy

a hole towards the


old.

Dated La
It

Sam 208.
*fa

Appearance,
I

Prose

Correct.

ends

ufaRfefa:

*?*rm:

fafafawf^f^OT^tf

This does not appear to be


notes by a Pandit for his

own

use on subjects connected with

work written by an author, but a series of Hindu Ritual.


by

III.

365 F.
Folia,

'^tfrft^^WStaTT
62
(1st
six

SITCTai

^fa^

'

12

inches.

leaves

by a bole towards the left. Date N.S. 508= 1388 A.l) Character, Newari
Incorrect.
It
is

and 38th 42nd are missing) pierced Extent in Slokas, 900. Lines, 5 on a page.
Appearance,
old.

Prose.

commentary

on
p.

Saptakumarikavadana, for which see Dr.

Rajendra Lai's Catalogue,

221
fffT
I

The

end.

ffimgTOWfH^vlW
366 A.
left.

III.

?rNTWR^T^W

12x2
old.

inches.

Folia,

15 pierced

towards the

Lines, 5 on a page.

Extent in Blokas, 400.


Prose and Verse.

Date?

Character, old Newari.

Appearance,

Incorrect.

Complete.
Beginning.
yft

*W

TTt

JHU Tfq

tfarrwiTsroflrTJ'

grot Hnrar*

*w

>

rPT

WTO*: *rpiW**tTfffoftffr SWlfu^sft pVffit


fermraifir
( ?
)

*ra?tT-

*mi iftrg^r Tmn^Trgfarft

*w^f|Wu$*i

A C\

"*

The end

awgfjftpj

3fW f mil^*f$fri
II

fS^f^farTO

gtsTOpf

SOTTrfsfa

The Yogambara Sadhana


Nepal.
It

is

one of the secret cults of the Buddhists of

belongs to the Vajrayana School, and deals with Vajra and


is

Padma.

There

a small
is

hill,

just to the south of the Residency, on the

top of which there


of the present

a small temple dodicated to Yogambara.


of the

At the end

work begins another work


Vtl H*ft tfttTTWTTUT

same

cult.

wsrr: waifafuffy 5^S[U awmnrg feaU^Tfti


In the
of the

etc.

same MS. there

is

another copy more correct and better writton


slightly different

same work, but with

name ifaTOWSTipfttlfiW

After the usual Buddhist formula of faith, the work has the following

post-Colophon Statement.

qpsrnsrnri*fH

hrw

ff% **

M
is

The authorship
sjT^rTg^JffrH
of faith.
l

of

the work

given

in

tho following words

^HT

There' is a verso between the last colophon and the formula

But the most important information given


at the

in

fhe

MS.

is

to bo

Vound

page

A, which generally remains


1

blank,

of tho
it.

MS.

of the

2nd

Yogambara work.

will transcribe the

whole of

JTfaHjT^i irffrot

^mrifa;

h?t:

fsrforrq

to

w* iw^j
to be the

^fsrrraTg

This seems
juua,

end of a work attributed to the great Nagar-

who

not only

wrote the well-known


Kiirikfi

Dharmasamgraba, but
in the

also
in

wrote a work on Kriya, in

form.

This was copied in

N.S. 284

1164 A.D.

The MS.

of tho Yogambaropayika was written

13th

year of Vigraha pal a.


After the endof the MS. of this second work,
in

we

get four lines, written

an inferior hand, the beginning

of

another work, named Cakrasambara.

III.

366 B,
the

WWfazWT
Lines,
old.

14 x 2 inches.

Folia,

107 pierced
Maithili.

through

middle.

4 and 5 on a page.

Character,

Date

Appearance,
of the

Correct.

Complete.

The leaves
Colophon,

MS. are

in disorder.

fo^ifawwrih
last
line

g*ftan

WW*

S*]Splh

^JWI^J

The

has

been

corroded.

The

letters

visible

are SjnTOFT

*1
(?)
I

III.

'.m C.

3lfa^T9T*ttWT
left.

12

2.1

inches.

Folia,

II

pierced towards the

Lines,

on

pnge.

Extent in alokas, 220.


Verse.

Date?
Incorrect.

Appearance,

old

Character.

Newari.

Incomplete.

Beginning.

<Ut\

WT^ST

anST^TTTtT

fa*sn*fires

*s

firarcraraq

Tvgin ra tw^srnjrRq
(iff)

%%vm
frjwsf

isr

rfhiforq fefoeTO

^nm^5
i

frftrere

?3

g:qrorcn;
i

farcp*!ar

* tf sRnraarg

fia^rar car

roiTTirarq

3flT%grcwT3^3RT9rf*rrR3g?i

umannfiRS-

5*.?5r^r

iftflmmidnfa

?i^ro$sira*i iftflwsnjafarsfr

ijRfafimfTOT

iflfirataqiwiq

srorcrTfuiT ^giftfifuPt-

*rren

ot * f^Tn^srtgswftr^w

^r%fe

sjp*nifa;*5mrom-

M
g^ra^f 8
ft

>

fa^fcnwTOWTO^* ywiS

ram %m*i vwiftwmni

qwfTOwrtf OTWif snftr wtoSt

trfrotra* *stf<?rcrai$t

**

*jgy*ft-

few*

arurt

iwt ottj srsFSTTfro

Tratf*iiftrfH

iptow^ nisrftaWT-

wgite *Tfmrf (T>5ftnsJT

^h

im:

wcttoot

*fn?t

iftifW^rwyuiyHjiiwt

w^T Hffaeh<gi imfti?WHwqrwtf1qTiyi

trfwftmfg^gnJHJTHt jtSth:

(?)

T^ftreft fait

- rtTOwftgfawq

ii

Then .comes the process


colophon
is

of secret

worship of Yogi iris.

The

following

found

in leaf

(J

A.

ffif

W^T:

Hfrifan

qiU*U4

in 9 a.
in 9 b.

...

...

% rr^^R^

...

...

ffn ^T?wrmH*i

This

is

a work on the secret worship of Vajra Varahi.

Ifc

is

Tantrika work of the Vajrayana school.


writing under which
is

It has grandiloquent style of

cloaked a secret and mystic worship.


it

The writer
that his
school.

says that

bad

its origin in

a work written hy Maharajaof

dhiraja Indrabhuti for

making the attainment

Buddhahood

easy,

and

own Guru contributed not a little towards the success of the The name of the work appears to be Dakimjalasambaram from

the statement underlined.

TIL 366 D. faecUST xrf^ffT by JSSWTO?


(the

12

inches.
left.

Folia 63
Lines, 6

2nd and 3rd


ifflge.

leaves are missing), pierced towards the

on a

"Extent in Slokas, 1100.

Date N.S. 271


Prose.

= 1141

A.D.

Appear-

ance, old.

Character, old Newari.

Incorrect.

Beginning.

\p VTfi ?ftlj)l[\Ulim

ifliimtu

x $

m*^

ii

wsr^ fl^rar

iwifu firrwT m^ji^Hi

%hht

ii

rPrf r|fcrurHmrU ^TTSfai


ftrarr^RfJ

X X X

II

5^T?f^RHfHfe?CflH^n^tf^lH^
i

(?)

*i^

hhit farw
mfr
vzifa

ajuT^i ftr^t

ii

trs wrfir

*rf?r

fa*i (*%)fof faOT^ftr

%sra

wm

RrS w ifir

*ff

srwfH ^ar s*ng^g^af ^$fe f w%

TgHftrfk urjpr*(i

The

p]nd.

sri fl wft vw- **n

*rifcr

iftftnffansjfH

m\&m

*rfir*
i

iftwf^^sr

*r&

iftfiTanrnjR

srm

mm

x s^arra:

**$*[

Colophon.

ffn

^mmq ^i^j^wn^igfHm
i

farnrmt

vfgffltf

ift^rfte:

totft

toj^M*

^rfs*rt *frcf?% #1^5-"

1*

farfarcn

tfn

Leaf 12 A.

ffo

lTO**ISOTWg$3^'??HTZrt
<sjn^rft

fatTOTTlri
i

trffpFntf

mm?

tj^^t:

22 A. 25 B. 29 B.
35 B.
36

>>

J>

WTwfifc f^fta: HOT-

5)
55

55

tgi
55

fi B

*gv

tost:
i

55

55

tmft% innr. rasp

55

47 B.
52

5>

55

vvi\% gn^y^

TJ^5f:

>5

hi

J>

5?

58 A.

>5

55

59 B.
65 A.

5?

55

>5

?>

This appears to be a commentary on the CatuspHha Tantra, one of


the dirtiest Tantras of the Buddhists.

The Yoga

or the 3rd Pitha (and

do not

find the fourth)

appears in the original to have boon written in

Prakrit.
ITT.

366 E.

*TWTflT

12x2

inches.

Folia 37, pierced through

tho middle.
old.

Lines, 5 on a page.

Character, Maithili.

Date

Appearance,

Prose.

Correct.

Incomplete.
of the leaves has been destroyed.

The right-hand end


III.

366 F.

?5jrsr^*U*lf<*lft^PWl
left.

10*2
old.

inches.

Folia

7,

pierced towards the

Lines, 7 on
?

a page.

Extent
Verse.

in Slokas, 150.

Character, old Newari.

Date

Appearance,

Incorrect.

The
places,
It

sciibe

who

copied this book could not read his original in all


left

and so he has

short blanks.
5HTt

begins

f^HI

^aftw

^ffw

$fai wfa$<

'

n<

^Sffsuftifg^

n^

^sjfWfir

5ftt^ii

u)tfHH<tirir^gr

QtutafeMifinrtra
uUini%5T

ii

jwsr

^Tg^ qfgfiw aran*


find.

ii

^UitftHUWIWfl Sr^mitTT^ff!^
ij

""

hi iftuita&r jtbtit

fon^

gif?ft sra:

ii

After this there are two lines in the Newari language.


III. 367.

*J^

lOi x

inches.

Folia 39, pierced by a hole toward*

the
old.

left.

Extent

in slokas, 700.

Character, Newari.

Date

Appearance,

Verse.

Correct.

The

scribe's

name

is

Svarnarama.

He

writes a

neat, fine

Newari

hand, which looks like Bengali.


III.

368.

H^CTIT

12 X 2 inches.

Folia 130, pierced by two holes.

Lines,

6 on a page.

Extent in glokas, 2500.


Appearance,
old.

Date N.S. 367 = 1247 A.D.


Incorrect.
age, the ink
is

Character, old Newari.

Prose.

Though the palm


fresh,

loaves have

grown discoloured with

and the

illustrations beautifully preserved.

Post Col.

ttt

*mffstf

uam ^ mMmM
* fr<nfg*l

(TWi)(N9W?lfufff: tflflflftPHH JHT*

TOW

HiQL $ $ ^

wm h%&w?iI
?

top Jh

ww$$?m fenwum
i

Leaf 2 A.

Contains a picture

of miUlt<fllUjf$4

With

eight hands holding a sword, and disens in the

first set,

an

arrow and a bow in the second, a battle-axe and a goad

in the third,

Vajra

<

y
two corpses, lying

and Pa8a

in

the fourth sitting in a Alidba posture on

foot to foot with faces upwards.

III.

369 A.

taflrahf

by

TOWfafiw
?

14x2.
Extent
Prose.

Folia
in

100,

pierced through the middle.


2200.

Lines, 5

on a page.
old.

Slokas,

Character, Maithili.

Date

Appearance,

Correct.

The work was composed by Vacaspati Misra


queen
of

at the request of the

Rdja Bhairavendra

Deva

of

Mithila,

and

tho

mother of

Puru$ottam Deva.
Post. Col.

Vhcfui;T ftrfarHfijT Jpffiw*


369
B.

III.

13x2
old.
Sit

inches.

Folia

124,

pierced

ttrough
?

the

middle.
Maithila.
It begins

Lines, 5 on a page.

Extent in slokas,
Prose.

2,500.
,

Date

Character,

Appearance,
:

Correct.
I

Incomplete.

TO: frWHT

5?tt?: ^rof

$TJThTW

etc.

^r ^fid*u*ta ymfafijTiH sromfftwrg


Leaf 65 B.

11

3H7 OJBf KVITTfr


fry ^n^rar^wr:
i

etc.

5TTT?:

^h^tt wtt m$H etc. * TT5TT ^ (jftlOTT ***#$*


snu<U*9f
1

III. 370.

21 x

inches.

Folia 358,

pierced by

two

holes at
12,000.

the sides of the centre.

Lines, 5 on a page.

Extent in Slokas,

DateN.S. 172 = 1052 A.D.


Correct.

Character, old hook-topped Newari.

Verse.

Last Colophon,

ffa frmuilmRf *Tra*

fe^ji^S arcron*%
tost;
l

srcrrcn:

ftTOT* fcrffti

$ WH **$l
\

q qflTRWftUJ:

Post Colophon.

*mtta*

(letter numerals)

Hmflff

gm

wfirwft*

The MS.
^

is

marked with
.right.

letter

numerals on the
to the

left

and with Newari


leaf,

figures

on the

They agree up

129th

and from

130th the Newari figure make a mistake

of 10,

and the mistakes on the

right side continued to be added to and subtracted from

till

last leaf (358)

becomes 364

in the
is

Newari

aido.

The MS.

in very

good preservation but a few leaves have been


left,

worn

off

on the right end, and a few on the

and a few

in the middle.

In the opinion of the Panclits of Nepal the full texts of

Brahma
the six

Yamala

is

a lakh and a quarter of Slokas, and that

it

belongs to

all

schools of Tantra.

The present work, extending ovor 1200

Slokas, belor^s,

however, to the western school.

There are two other MSS. on paper, 1-296 and

1-143, in this Library,

which run over the same portion


T3olopfrons
L.
:

of

Brahma Yamala.

4B.^^T^iaH^yifMH^r^fa^ff^iTgT^Tf^ l|Hqi^^ggM:
6 A.
11 B.
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55

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42 B.
43 A.

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55

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43 B.

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45 A.

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63 B.

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64 B.
72 A.
73 B.

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55

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55

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95 B.
92 A.

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55

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94 B.
97 B.

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55

55

98 A.

55

55

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^fyqUuSfiifa
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102 B.
106 A.
112 A.

55

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167 A.

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195 B.

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190 A.
201 B.

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205 A.

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229 B.

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237 B.

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Ulff

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251 B.

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)
,

393.

III.

371 A.

HTH^T^t^t (^^T^H
Date La Sain
Correct.

ST^^R^
Lines,

4x2

inches. Folia

124, pierced by a hole at the middle.


Blokas,
fresh.

5 on

a page.

Extent in

2500.
Verse.

Character, Maithili.

Appearance,

Post Colophon.

OT *<^

9TO fc t8

TF*\ fafa

tfturftttrt

ifiUyuftiII

It bcgtTrs

UTW fe^txna^TTt

^fTO%3RTT|pJI

g^li

3*l$*)t*A*yujtlJ*ft

WaiH^S
?re ^rft

ii

^n^^in^ whi|5rt
i

^jijiwsw: n

SPttF$
%

fp^UTT ftuN! fe fd

This appears to he an anonymous commentary on the 11th and 12tl


of the

Skandhas
III.

Bhagabata.

371 B.

14x2

inches.

Folia

147, pierced

by a hole at the
Appearance,
old.

middle.

Lines, 5 on a page.
Incorrect.

Extent in glokas, 2200.

Proso and Verse.

This appears to be the commonplace book of a Bengali Ayurvedic


Physician.
It has

no end.

In the beginning there are some verses which

are found in every medical work.


is

The language, where

it is

not Sanskrit

Bengali.

Among buSer
first

leaves kept in the

MS.

for the purpose of protecting the


:

and

last leaves, is the following

document
tfjp

*re 8oi

vmnq ^wiTwt gS

toto*

tffanrc

*n% w*b

( ?

f&KF
vnft*

gft
i

mafa g
*

ai

tost

ftsnmT^k

faf^

ftr^'^miiTirl"

g*smif

wa*
i

for

ttfxrt

^fimiH
i

fa**sp* *t

**-***

OTi#f

wrmnTTni

tg^fw:

wen: ^rimflgw rnwrfryg

ftww *v
^smgro
*tftTT<i%

wmnr
*fa*ir
i

^T^r: aj* *fanrft


Hfcnrart^tftoOTFii

ss^r ^tarw

w?tw $m ^pmfa

ww*r-

<8

The signatures
document.
111.

of the parties are attached at tho right

and

left of

the

372 A.

Sffm^te

^tfaSTOC-l

12x2

inches. Folia 81, pierced

by a hole at the middle.

Lines, 5 on a page.

Extent

in

slokas,

1200.

Date La Sam 433.

Character, Maithil.
in

Appearance, old.

Verse.

Correct.

The work has been printed

the Bibliotheca Indica serios.

This MS.

has already been briefly noticed in


111.

my

Nepal Catalogue, page

91.

372 B.

^Tjfc^tan-

by

vftaTC

12x2-

inches.
in

Folia
Slokas,

230, pierced through the middle.

Lines, 5 on a page.

Extent

4000.
Prose.

Date Saka 1184 = 1242 A. J).


Correct.

Appearance, old.

Character, MJthil.

This MS. has already been noticed in


Iff

my
I

Nepal Catalogue, page

91.

373 B.

IW^T^^HIRTf^
Lines,
5

12rJ

'inches.

Folia 23,

pierced
Slokas,

through the centre.


700.

and 6 on a page.
?

Extent

in

Character, Bengali.

Date

Appearance, old

Prose.

Correct.

Pramanabhaaya
of

is

nothing else than tho bhasya on tho Pramana Sutras

Ootama, and Pramanavartika means the vartika on these Sutras by

Udyotakara.

The Bhasya has 2

leaves

missing.

The MS. has some

leaves of the Vartika on the first Sutra of


III.

Gotama
I

373 C.

S^qTSf^Wftrfs
in slokas, 340.

by Wf*ntraT*

12x25
left.

in-

ches.

Folia, 17 (oat of 24) pierced

by a hole towards the


Date
?

Junes, 6

on a page.
ance, old.

Extent
Prose.
is

Character, Newari.

Appear-

Correct.

Incomplete.
17,

Tho MS.
missing.
It begins

defective as leaves from 12 to

both inclusive, arc

%T fM**iKm

"

iftTTTSrm:: TOTTT.

ffrTfnr^ *gTO^JTT^qT?rcTfafa
I

Leaf 5 A.

*?TTfagRinfc: HSTjn

ffrnTW^m^RT^
I

Leaf 9 B.

^yraaiuu^uiijfgfTOirf^wnin

Leaf 10 B.

II

fe^m:

II

Leaf 2i

U^tmT7fef5TO*7fafg:

WW- $fafnr*[
*ftr

JR^STSTTl^m

II

Leaf 8 A.

ITgrqT

wmj:

W^TO

U^ldfarT

STTITO

ft^:

30T1T

S*T%* STS^T

WtffJ:

WI$

*taaroSR*TT$H:

SWT^WTO: feTO9-

^WTargfw: ^toste^t qnffrn wron ^ta^M-^-

wstnjT^ vw^uhi-

<mranRnr f^nwnr

to: *

^ asnmt

fijwTg sfir

H?r jj*t

ispi

III.

373 B.

13x2

inches.
left.

Folia,

133 (1st few leaves are missing)

pierced by a hole towards the


1700.

Lines, 4 on a page.

Uxtentln slokas,
Prose
Correct.

Date?

Character, Ncwari.

Appearance,

old.

Leaf 8 A. 21

fr^HS

igwirafta

^Tf^^nj^flRrTW^^TH^ f!3TW*(

^i^ ^fyl

^flwfqairew *n% torn *fr ft *gfat Shroff

ww

<

M
uft^^r
?COT?fa
I

>

few

wrg": amid,

^fhi $^ht

^i^

trfr^sr

ftrert

^ftr ?rerrj

TIL 373 C.
pierced
filokas,

^fRTTT

by

14x2

inches.

Folia,

25

by a hole through the middle.


500.

Lines, 5 on a page.

Extent in

Date Saka 1550 = 1628 A.D.


Prose.

Character, Maithil.

Appear-

ance, old.

Correct.

Last Col.

WfH

^r^cd^fl^^m-an^U^urM^^TmurHrilirTjH:

"^THTT:

Then
the
title of

follow

two elokas by the

scribe,

Van&imani.

The

<vork begins

with a salutation to Pirigala and to YaSodhara, the writer's guru,

who had

Pahjikaraja in the kingdom of Tirabbukti.

IT

I.

373 D.
Lines,

14 x 2
3,
4,

inche*.

Folia,

58 pierced by a bole towards


in

the

left.

5 on

a page.

Extent
old.

slokas,

800.

Date

Character, Maithil

Appearance, very
of the

Prose and Verse.

Correct i.

Some
Brahmin

of the leaves

MS. have been


It appears to

partiully corroded.

Tbe
some

size of the leaves is not uniform.


priest.

be a notebook

of

Tn leaf 8 A. *f?T $UII^W|I$

^TITt# CTTO^W
I

WW
i

Leaf 11 B. jfo

^rtJ^yNI*JTftrh*if^l{

16 A. *fa ifrosn^ar

^wjpHiugfcmi*
I

WTwy

19 A. *ftr Sl^infforanasr WI&ftlT:

20 A. *fa *?<ir|mfi4isira*[
24 b. tfk
28 A.
tftT^ratfwwT
*ftHTOTT

mum
i

m*\m
I

*%

wmTtq

38 a. wftr
47 H.
gujsringvtfg:

tfw UTTWTT^ WTOTT^rt ^faflTUT &infa*jt ftf%|

Vfiraft

tow

50 a. wfn roragrrat

t3tt^^w$ fw^TTnmfm^flT
i

wwy

58 A. wfn ifli^tiiiH ^WTpng


III.

374 A.
left.

sftiramr

9x2

inches.

Folia,

90 pierced by a hole
1500.

towards the

Lines, 7 on

a page.
old.

Extent
Prose

in Slokas,

Date

Character, Newari.

Appearance,

Correct.

<*

Leaf 42 A^rfitfftmrt

The following colophon occurs


Tftwnsmri wn^n^fnfr *gs:

miw:

This appears to bo a notebook of some Tantrika,

in

which there are


little

eeveral Tantras, several Mantras, and a few Stotras with very


It

system.

has intorspersed in

it

a large number of Newari songs, explanations

and comments.

II07-O.
Date
?

^T^WTt^ftfHs
left.

10^x2

inches.

Folia,

23

pierced

by a hole towards the

Lines, 5 on a page.

Extent

in glokas,

40O

Character, Newari.
is

Appearance,

old.

Prose.

Correct.

In the* MS. there

a collection of short liturgical works of Tantra.

In leaf 8

ends the 49 Mahakala-ptijas with the direction ^fanrfof the Mantras.


It also

*nfrfwnH^.

Then come the Tantras and some

contains verses and sentences in Newari.

Leaf 10 B. *fif

Wdqi fagrc:

12 A.

sraf

siTt:

uw "5*9%
i

sfn WTTnfw^TT:
Leaf 11 B. ffa TTOTfilWIT:

Leaf 13 B. ffir ^f^tfl*^:


15

wffl

^Rrf^nn^r

III. 375.

TJ*TO<?fa by iftfi^
Linos, 5
?

13x2

inches.

Folia, 147 pierced


in

through the middle.


Character, Newari.

on a page.

Extent
Prose.

Slokas,

3700.

Date

Appearance, fresh.

Correct.
at the request

The work was written by Mabamahopadhyaya Govinda


of

Bhavananda.

The

last verse of the

book runs thus

STTTVRRTgTOTT^ft: J(VT1lfft friary


Colophon.

fe^W

II

ffa ^3'R*^lR*lflWflUlkUl^i!?l4nri*<?fJ[lij^q

After the usual Mangalacarana the writer says


i|jsrni% fag ai gia)
(*t)

(?)

nm

far

^f**wfrsr

ta%

wsrfaFrori

a*

w-

fmi-%

**

^thi^ fa ^tfg^fa gut

*rer

m&i

ftrar^f*

qv *)m

srofH srnfn ^ugiH^TTTj:

OTfTH xriwTforcnftr

a^r: fafs^snvn*^

^3^Tcl^SI<aHW^

If) faf s? Hi

FjJ

$3T^T?f
n

****%

w^i spnronafcr

It

is

a liturgical work, for the benefit of the majority of ordinnry


called

Brahmanas, who are


rian

either

Smaita

or Paucopasvka,

i.e.,

non-secta-

Brahmanas.

May
Bengal
J

this

Bhavananda Raja bo ihe founder

of the

Nadia Raj family

in

II.

H76A.

T(^*fa?*tn

or

^fcTCH^T

by affa

10>x
5

2 inches. a page.
old

Folia,

210 pierced by a hole towards the


in

left.

Lines,
A.I).

on

Extent

slokas,
in

2500. a bold

Date N.S. 481=1301


clear

Character,
old.

Newari written
Prose.

hand.

Appearance,

Verse and

Incorrect.

Complete.
^Wi^wftd9i*IVc|c 8 C 4 srajltOJTg^f ffpft 3Jg-

Post Colophon.

Wto^

faanftR: S^rep '5R'?tttr*to ;t

iww sun ottot ftr^* tbt-

Thero.

is

another copy of this work in this Library

in

No. 1633.
invo-

That

is

very old and dilapidated.

The present MS. has not got the

cation and begins with UmfiffTTT

^^

^fatnrfewnTi
of

fi**4&

The older
his

MS.

too

begins
is

with

the

subject

Praya^citta.

But

portion

^ unfortunately

not found there owing to a rather long lecuna.

"

<^

TIL 376 B.
holes at
slokas,

Pl^mcm
Date
N.S.

16.1x2 inches.
centre

Folia,

123 pierced by two

the two Hides of


4200.

the

Lines, 7 on a page.

Kxtont in

294 = 1174 A.D.


old.

Character,
Incorrect.'

old

Newai

(mixed Bhujimo).

Appearance,
in leaf

Verse.

The

last

colophon

123 A. runs thus

TL^the
without a

work continues

for a

few

lines

more and terminates abruptly


.

ecTi/>phon,

and the post-colophon statement begins

tr$prf*RT fafna h

n
six illustrations,

The wooden boards have


one head on Ids Ilansa
;

Brahma
who

with four hands and

Siva, with four hands, embracing Parvoti


is

on his
as half

ox* Vi'squ with four hands, riding on Garuda,


bird

represented

and half man with a beak

Ganefri, with four hands on his

Musika

a Sivalinga with eyes on, worshipped


his

by two

votaries, one a
:

Newar with

Newari

cap,

and an Indian with a Mukuta

both these worshippers


is

have no uppor garments.

Tho

sixth

illustration

Kartika with four

hands riding on a Mayura.

Tho MS. begins

^ **:

fararHJ

^smmOTifi^

*fa st s?

rot

ushers

ram

srraft ^n^r%

ttwt^

wmn. wi^^ti

11

**& *nr%

fori a*c[ftraf fijjt

fw

11

<

faTOrffrcaTsnirnfrg

w*wiBj3Wir

11

Col.

4 B. *ft?
6 B.
9 B. 13 A.

fxr^n^

^snr^pnlwT^

an^rowmi wiyy

*fn

?rw^% wusYJTftran? fa^fsrroft irertrerctft 5rm mm*

,,

,,

^mT^rftr^pjqprr^ft

rm

fyrfhi:

OTOTftrjpftreiTT 5rm yxiiA gnfa:

27 B.

Trf^fawrrt smr irar^ *gi5:


Tftsrftrefl^rro nsrctf

28 B.
57 A.
75 A. wwr^f

Tifw

TTTrlwrrWrn ^rjw:

sw^nftran^

^TT^Wf^

fxrjpHT^ am^ftrefTOm

This

is

a work belonging to the Western Aran ay a and perhaps forms a


to Jayadratlia

supplement

Yamala.

It is a part of

Brahma Yamala, which

treats of all the six systems.

III.

377 A.

fTOTfiwfMw
Character, Newari.
Incorrect.

13x2
left.

inches.

Folia, 59 (1st leaf

missing) pierced by a hole towards the


in glokas, 1072.

Lines, 5 on a page.

Extent

Date N.S. 515 = 1395 A.D.

Appear-

ance, old.

Verse.

Tho MS. has been


There
is

fully described in

my

Nepal Catalogue,

p. 111.

another complete work in this MS. entitled Guhyakatantra,


Folia,

13x2
a page.

inches.

52 pierced by a hole towards the

left.

Lines, 5 on

Extent in Slokas, 1300.


Appearance,
Colophon.
old.

Date N.S. 525 = 1405 A.D.


Verse. Incorrect

Character,

bad Newari.

The

last

jrHw(*TT)5QT

n?lyii*nf)

hw

ugiftw

3^r!Tgty<jT tout: m

fagljft^TTO ntfftw-

II

^mrwr iftfNtft ow nftj^j


ii

jrrfrarnrt

^nw m ^^ iHiihwfaW i iitJWi


i

ftnrif-

One board
centre,

of tho

MS.

is

beautifully illustrated with three imageR


;

in

Visnu with four hands riding on Garuda

on the
;

left,

Laksmi

sitting

on a lotus with two hands and white in colour

on the right, Saraswati,


;

with four hands yellow in colour sitting on a lotus

with her right leg

hanging down, and holding a book, and rosary


another
set, of

in one set,

and the Vina

in

her hands.

1^378
N.S. 315
Incorrect.

A.

*<nf^ jfspffWW
Lines, 5 on a page.

13x2
Extent

inches.

Folia,

244

pierced at r^o ends.

in Slokas, 3500.

Date
Verse.

= 1195
is

A.D.

Appearance,

old.

Character,

Newari.

The MS.
Kubjikamata.

written in a bold hand.

It is smaller recension of the

The

interlocutors are Kaulini and Srikantha.

The

last

colophon describes the bflok.


^ffn sftatTfyift
*QllnflU$Sig*i]T
TT*T

Tgwifld uftymuii)
^fefwf^WIrTfr;:
I

s?t

qjHnarHifid ntxiftfefai&t
$*l 9 Sillily ft |t3|*TT*JlT

HWi^

^fgfy^%'

^ff^sw^ ^^T^TO^ffrsbGFs^r

U9i$r

3^^

^*-gr*n

*rafn

For a review of this school of Tantra, see the preface of my Nepal Cat.)
are divided into three classes
:

The Tantras
Kadi
Devi.

Kadi, Hadi and Khadi.


to

relates to Kali,

Hadi

to Sundari,

and Khadi

other forms of tho

The prosent work belongs to the Kadi class. The Tantras ai e a^ain divided into six classes, called tho Sadamnaya or the six Amnayas, North,
South, East, West, up and down.
it

This belongs

to the

western

class,

and

relatos to Kulalika or Kubjika.

It is the standard

work
is

of tho

Kaula

sect of tho Tantrikas. of the

The

peculiar feature of this school


lies

the awakening
is

Kundali Sakti which

in the Perinium. of the

The Kundali Sakti

illustrated in the

wooden boards

MS.

as two hooded serpents facing

each other.

III.

378 B. fa'Sranffa Jpt*n*fap by


Folia, 131

^Rn^fc|*WW&
Maithil.

14x2
old.

inches.

pierced

by a hole in the middle.


?

Lines, 5 on a pa^e.

Extent in Slokas, 2600.


Verse.
there.

Date

Character,

Appearance,

Incorrect.

Incomplete at the end and leaves missing here and

The work has been described

in 1.0. Catalogue, p. 1082.

^
<NK^
i

it

begins-

rnnr 8Trnn jfay*i4fa murjnTtgsGF^T


5 l

ar^r^ffr info

H mng*nfefa:

^TTaTTJmTTTT^pnrfH

ITT rrf

WTTtff

UTS*!

II

3^T WTTarsRsrenft
ft l^af t^
,

try wf<srerg
i

vim

gqiwirijTiiii*N|s*j:

W%:

TftWTcft ^ifgihfSJjftg^i'teft^ST:

II

^[a^|WT5f^T^TT^9WTgiJ|TT:
sjsq- H^TT fasnfatf
( ?
)

ft^^T OTTfHftf:

fnwt rf^rcrixsra JjfawfaHT*Tro

fe^nr

rdsfruftn^fftrai^rm

^
II

guTfir fch^T *tt^

jwuwfarw

?nr OTTTwftrar sftrtfr WSTtJ

*nftWftfir

item T^femfmipr-

*rjp ogrfef *rib


i

ii

^d ^&

^rsTRt ^f%wtgr<?H*j

5rm^ro^ ^rnj

3i$lefS!$jr iftaT7

imarg

*r?rft

iftnmTt arr*r
I

11

jftft^Kto TTJfT^tJTT^ftjH K<? RK?T<|

^g* f5Ttf<?fa<yfara(?)*TrnT: tfwspwft zn

ii

^S^pT^f^^TTffiTTg^TinT

^TH! *JmiJtiIVi5. ^T*P Hfl^lHi gtJT:

||

5TTirt

9**9

HWi TTffRT SHUT fa*TW

*n*

**

fa^r* sjfa *r?ftnfrftim

irer

wifer

[ *?1*tt

ii

18 A.

*fa wfgWOTtfTOi^g*T^faTfa*fr fs^n?^ Hj-taral*

23 A.

ifa f^<?W

arjfT^T:

II

4-1

A.

Hrafar**: *ro q^hftsHim:


T?tflfart*ft

ii

>

61 A.

?m? *jpffsmnn
ll

"

65

XTSTOtrajPT:

82 b.

^jfS^rw^rfsrw^nr
are the

*m

*jtsiw

n
in tbo

Tho following

names

of the

Kagas given

2nd chapter

^mfiHMtiftia
ftfarcn

ps
( ? )

ta^uui^w:
wwrfr:

n n

usquyui

Swreror
*t?w
i

irwnc? qs

fl

int mita'am

^nwdrRT
q^rfr

X X TTtf^STOtlWin

i ta iumi

mi

*fw%ftn

ii

Swrw

*ft*rnm *f (*tr>nTnj*reTOT
WllfipcUQTTlWlT:
II

^[ %) VWtT^Jp^ft

jnwd

q^rarcr: ?nn wt

( ? )

wTfw

"

ftfiWiraft

HUT

WTfilWra:

II

10

^8

+
+

+
'

+
+

+<

rTT5T*iHT^at^rTT rPTT

U^WST%rH

II

wt*t ftngfterm

xxx
fir^

u^ft it^ mn

W
+

fa^1

* s^ +

wffiHtsaiTqniR^

+
i

ml^di ipjft ^ shift $f*n^ ?nn


*nftft sw'Bh msft?vsT*?t

5b<re?t ?tot n

+11

III.

379.

*W*K

12jx2

inches.

Folia 161, pierced by a hole

towards the

left.

Lines, 5 on a pnge.

Extont in Slokas, 2400.


Verse.
Correct.

Date

Character, Newari.

Appearance,

old.

The

last

Colophon runs

*fa cawiwftrat ^rfwfirrmrt ^"ttv^tt^ fasptftd tnrcrS

of Kailasa.

The MS. begins as usual with Tantrika works, with the description The work entitled Matasara at p. 222 of my Nepal Catalogue
to be

seems

an abstract

of this.

This work belongs

to the

western school

of Tantras.

JIT.

380 A.

WnNsfHTUlTil
left.

13x2J
on a page
old.

inches.

Folia, 49 pierced

by a hole towards the


Character,
Incorrect.

Lines,

f>

Extent in slokas, 10(X\

old

Newari.

Appearance,

Date?

Prose and Verse.

Begins.

^J>

TO:

Taj<aiTdpT*

TpW

^tftm: w^ttt^

irfsmt q

^b3 (?)ramTfag

'

spPtfa Jiifisjiifw^anftr: n

III.

380 B.
60 are

W^H^TpJcTT

12x2

inches.

Folia,

87 (bat the leaves


left.

88, 49,

missing), pierced by a hole towards the

Lines 5 on

page.

Extent in Slokas, 1200.


A.D.
Appearance,
old.

Character, old Nowari.

Date N.S

315

= 1195
:

Verse.

Correct.

Begins

TqHMK ftp^TST

2rt*STC[

* mu<

ff *i

fa*mm

(?)

utrHtsft*

3m?ijw

ii

gw^^^mf^T
_
-

utuftflusulfat

11

*fu$f*T

tot^

*?ttrtTOifHt

h?^

ysngisfiftraT (?) n

Colophon.

*fa aroPt^wftmnri ?nraru?*3T$ fewrrsf


5TTO tfUJUT:

ww

irfHSTffo?TT

Other Colophons. 13 B. *fo

foT3QJTfrTKtjfam*ri'

faMjU^fg

WT^^mfRTWT^

16 A.

*%
*fir

jraiftawffccrnrt

fesgmsf

sjTftorasranfteTnr: f%$\w.

21 B.

ff?r awiflwiftoiTirt

fenn***f 5fgHT^rarmT5mn^ni: ^nto:

26 A.

jHrfgf^finnTT ^t^ ^jtin^j

28 A.
35 A.

*fk
*ftr

3J

Wtpfa

fffrfaWTfrl

innm?wsi$ xrfg^n^TO htr


^nT'rTrg^arrf

37 A.
37

fft
wfn

5Tm

qrarnr:

gnTOTR^f

*m

40
4,0

'^

'

>

^TC^STOftem srm
rftfTJnwW:
FTf^3T?WW:

&-

jf

42

48 A.
50.

)>

*>^>

gttnr *tto
66.
79.

v^wr:

Colophon

effaced.
>>

V
55

55

71 B.

>5

55

'TT^WTTIT

WWW

73 B.
74 A.
75 A.
76 A.

55

'5

55

5>

V
55

55

55

5>

>>

?5

>>

78 A. 79 A.

V
55

?5

>5

55

55

81 A. 85 A.

5J

5?

55

55

Post Colophon Statement.

"TO7J.

$1*

^^g^mT^rt

FtUgTT^

RllHW

III.

380 C.

In this MS. there are Beveral small treatises written


times.

in different

hands and at different periods of

The
is

treatises are

generally liturgical and manuals of priests.

The

first

a treatiso in

18 leaves on the ten Brahmanic sacraments.

The Recond

in

10 loaves des-

cribes the process of worshipping and offering ghee to Amrtiaa.

There

is

a leaf in 9th century character giving

SPTOHrifr

OTST^nftTO

imp

There

is

one loaf on Siddhi Vinayaka Dharma.


leaf,

Another treatise

beginning with the 2nd and ending on the 15th

gives Vija-Mantras.

There

is

another MS.

in

56 leaves written in a bad scribbling hand,


It has

which

is

a priest's manual.

no end.

In the beginning occurs the

following

TO^regftn^t*
III. 381.

(?)

^TCOTlfaWT STSITOUfaaT
Lines, 6 on a page.

21

x 2|

inches.

Folia,

200
?

pierced by two holes.

Extent

in Slokas, 8000.

Date

Character, Newari Ranjft.

Appearance,

fresh.

Verse.

Correct.

*>*

The MS.
pages.

is

profusely and beautifully illustrated at the

first

and

lasi
oil

Some

leaves were lost

which have been replaced by writings

paper cut in the shape of palm-leaves.


Post Col.

After the usual Buddhist formula of faith,

it

runs thus

iftuTftrOT

n^t

*?terenT$ajT $*rftiRfaT *tt^ g*sr n^frg OT*rrp.T5g


of

etc.

This was a gift of the wife

Govinda Candra, King

of

Kanauj,

who

reigned about the middle of the 12th century, A.D.


a staunch Hindu.
It

Govinda Candra was

was under his patronage that Laksmldhai'a compiled

a great work on Smrti in seven parts.

But one

of his wives apparently

was a Buddhist. It is now known from an inscription at Sarnath dociphered by the Government Kpigraphist, Dr. Sten Koirow, that the king
had another Buddhist
wife, the

grand-daughtor of Pithipati, who helped

Ramapala in quelling the Kaivarta rebellion in Northern Bengal. The marriages of Hindu Kings with Buddhist Queens seem to have beeu

common.
III.

382 A.

*fare*cnff

by
the

*TIIT*fer
left.

12x2inchos.

Folia,

28

pierced by a hole

towards

Lines,

5onapago.
Appearance,

Slokas, 500.
old.

Date N,S. 452 = 1332 A.D.

Character, Newari.

Prose

and Verse.
Post Col.

Correct.

mztfi 8u*
ftrfw
I

mmmuquml

fin?t

fcrfaH ^te^rfirfarrr-

The

verses are generally accompanied with a

commentary by Pandita

Dhruvapada.

The commentary

is

entitled Candrakala.

The following statement

is

made

in leaf 28.
q'
i

lyfltikfoWfaflnnigW-

a 'r^ ai m ^

rfrnrg^Tg^T^nPT fa Tufa

i H<3 g^reret ^fflMHfl Tn:-

III.

382 B.

M^i'^I

2Hx2

inches.

Folia, 91 pierced

by two

holes.

Lines,

5 on a page.
old.

Date N.S. 507 = 1387 A.D.


Incorrect.

Character,

Newari.

Appearance,

Prose and Verse.

Post Colophon Statement.


~faith.

After the usual Buddhist article of


fa*ft

srtfto^j

topi. *>

Krf^i^jwwftwuNjt

fusre^ %*nm

*i

qiiftswm^ fg^fa^ri
There are some
loaves.

^^JTroTBrcij: tf jfraruft^hro:

^ununsw

illustrations

on tho boards and one only on the palm-

III.

383 A.

flwCtfiWT

by 3fa*T^TO
left.

12.^

x 2J

inches.

l\ Ja,

19 pierced by a hole towards the

Lines, 9 on a page.

Slokas, 1,000.

Date N.S. 076, 1556 A.


Incorrect.

I).

Character, Newari.

Appearance, fresh.

Verse.

It

begins

9T5TT

4JIVI3V4cHI*1(j[r%:

jriVflftr^ ^tuttst* *rcnrfeftf grcnuftr sn^ptmfr: n

*?5^

H^|TH

if

fatjir

jfftft

ttw^

firawlfHnwiftigisfftsij1if

n^J

fw
tra

^ktuspstot aiwfS

an^fTHsrlrft^ n
( ?
11

f^RdiywHinnaliJHwuiq sra^
qri

a^

qrciufH i aroffrt

gw ww ) mr^
(

^rfgnnfa** iam
The MS.
is full of

fcrfi&H^

ii

marginal notes of a very valuable kind, and with


Slokas and
also

rubrics to indicate tho beginnings of

of topics.

It

is

divided into Patals.

*
I

IJ1.

383B.

ffaW^I^fin
left.

11^x2
Lines, 5

inches.

Folia,

153

pioreed by a hole towaids the


in

and G on a page.
Appearance,
old.

Kxtent
Prose

Slokas, 2500.

Date?

Character, Newari.

and Verse.
This
a
is

Incorrect.

a priest's manual, a priest of the Kubjikamata.

It

contains

number

of stotras to

Siva and Sakti.

It

has a number of Kutaksnra

Mantras, by joining together a number of consonants with a single vowel


(an example,
is

Shklmbrum).

The work is unfortunately not compete.

Tins

also a

work

of the Paficima or western school of Tantra, its votaries

being called Kaulas.

The names

of the

64 Yoginls are given as follows

Leaf 51 and 52.

i*

3^%^,
ftlTOlllft,

*8

firaraft,

** iwftn, *s

g^,
*

**

sre^' q= rem,
* f^finfiT,

*i

*B

fafgT^T,

*=

fgTT,

t^Bpftrfaf

*H W^TT,

** ^TT^t,

*$

fterhfT,
*<

* ireflftWT,

*H fajXTT^I,
8*

$3 TTOst,

*&

tftTT,

^c
88

TrHT^t,

fe^EUT, 8 WT^ft,

$WTC%

t* ftff, 8$ ^mft,

W^IF*

8 * 5TTrfrftrft,

8$ akw^T, 8* *TlWl*?t,

gc

ffraft,

8*.

faf fTR*T, *0 iftWI^, Hi

*ffaT,

H* iftHW^T, $ fW^T,

mi

?tt iruT^r irnrihpi ft

wag
ii

ymTTt srra *nft* ifusfctgiiig'fv

wto*i

ii

TTI. .383 C.

^Mfa'**^ qfttfUULpW
Extent

13 X

2 inches.

Folia,

14.

Lines, 7

on a page.

in Slokas, 400.

Date N.S. 545 1425


Appearance,
old.

A.l)
"J 'rose.

Character, Bengali, with a tendency to


Correct.

New ah.

*\
^g^TTO
I

It

begins

*t\ 5TW:

f *f*:

q$iQ ft

B<*

sf

Hg^tfl TJ^ STftfa

far

5fafa<i arranjjwT^sr

jrcrotor

qpiruiMajq
tfir

aw *

stow *ti^ g^ftr *%

$*, ***%

arc

$^

fow fajzffi (*r) fe^ftw^drnfir


'nrn:
1

*rs
5

foffg^surnfawg-

ftrtufiltigffiq;

faT?frmqp a *

^:

a^ wsfewfrr

srctfr

jn^
1

fnw

trfrn:

h^hI

wiif) ^nif

^Tfwfrfrr
tTS

Tjftvrr^r:

afi

gftffH:

faflHmTu
11

^RTfm H^
ffa
II

irercarni

sgfararq mfrar^j

mfai

ft? *rerc

It

ends.

tfk AjSfa'tQffr

trfWTOT$f%:

^44IHI

II

*?t:

^hftfl|}

ifft srfirfr*
ftrftrnT
1

fiantfUmmrtH
Ttv

ftr fi a

&qq

mrr jgfirfa

am
Ka-

l^rw

11

This appears to be a commentary on the technical rules


tantra school of

of the

Grammar.

These teohnical rules are not

to be

found in

the Sutras, either of

Sarvavarma or of Katyayana. The


this is a

rules were gleaned


rules.

from the Vrtti and the Tika, and

commentary on these

The author seems

to be Buddhist.

But

his

name does not appear

in the

MS. under

notice.

III.

383 D.

^WWta^fhlT
Date

by *rfW*3JH
left.

13x2

inches.

Folia,

292 pierced by a hole towards the Extent in slokas, 1,800.


old.

Lines, 5 and

on a page,
Appearance,

Character, Maithil.

Prose.

Correct.

Page 81

B.

ffa ?nrmTmfaiT3lplfaTftr% WlWIunwItrt *F?W

33ftfl:

11

M
is

This

is

commentary on Ananda Vardhana's

rhetorical
its

work named
commentary

Sahrdayahrdayavaloka or KavyalankSra.
has been published in the
in

The work with The

Kavyamala

series.

text, already noticed

my

Nepal Catalogue No. 400,

copied in La,

Sam

91.

The writing

of the

commentary seems

to be

by the same hand.

III. 384.

f*TOTf^ffftn?raF
left.

12X2
5

inches.

Folia, 90 pierced by a

hole towards the

Lines,

on a page.

Extent in slokas, 1300.


Appearance,
old.

Date

N.S.

573 = 1453

A.D.

Character,

Ncwari.

Prose and Verse.

Correct.
fully described in

The work has already been


page 111.

my

Nepal Cataloguo,
'

The post colophon statement

in this

MS. runs thus

This

MS. was

copied during the reign of Yaksa Malla in the year

N.S. 573 by Abhaya Sirpha for

Soma Sarma,

a Brahmin,

who was

lord of

Brahmapura, which
III. 385.

is

a quarter inhabited by

Brahmins

at

Bhatgaon.

3TWfTO

by

?IimrTO
Lines,
first

13| x 2 inches.

Folia,

133

pierced

through the middle.


Character, Maithil with

on a page.

Extent in Slokas,

4500.
422.

11 leaves in Newari.

Date La.

Sam

Prose.

Appearance, fresh.

Correct.
it

From
ter of

the post col. statement, which has been very nearly effaced,

has been gathered that the MS. was copied under the orders of the Minis-

Amaratnalla Deva, by

Mukunda Pathaka Sarma


'
I

at

Kathmundn.
by a

III.

386 A.

SffcRTnfo

14^x2

inches.

Folia, 178 pierced

hole
433.

at the

middle

Lines, 5 on a page.

Slokas, 3500.
Prose.

Date La. Sam

Character, Maithil.

Appearance,

old.

Correct.

The work has already been noticed


and 1886.
Post Col.

in Dr. Rajendralal's Nos. L.

1000

The

scribe's

name

is

8rl

Rupanatha Sarma.
nfinif?
ftnft

3re

a**

t*

ffir

sta^fcrcn^

farfarsf

The MS. contains

illustrations of

the 12

months

of the year

with

their presiding deities KeSava, Visnu, etc.

The MS.

also contains another


of the last rites
to

work
of a

entitled

Mrtyumangala, by Virupaksa, which treats

Hindu.

This work runs over 18 pages and comes abruptly


the necessary information on the subject.

an end.

The 2nd verse gives

5TTH!U<IWT4IUd*2(*l?nn^[

III.

386 B.

*PRPt*RffT3T
2,70O>

or

the white Yajurvoda.

\2\ x 2

inches.

Folia, 172 pierced

by a hole through the middle.


Date
Correct.
?

Lines, 4

and 5

on a page.
fresh.

Slokis,

Character,

Newari.

Appearance,

Prose and Verse.

Complete.
in the first

There are no diacritical marks except


III. 387.

few

leaves.

*mpTT<iTT

lljx2

inches.

Folia, 112

+ 140 = 258
old.

in

2 parts pierced by
7000.

a holo towards the

left.

Lines, 6 on a page
?

Slokas,
Prose.

Character, ornamental Newari.

Date

Appearanco,

Incorrect.

The MS.
Deities.

contains the ritual for worshipping almost

all

the Buddhist

8 A.

$grranrfrnn*Twrq

20 a.

uvmuTjMiy
*frrra
i

43 a.

115 A.
120 A.
II

^ft$wnui*Hiy

*MIlfWJTTO
TOnroflKr:
i

30 A.

66 A.
95 A.
104,

qi^SSIWRnj
n j jftfl

nwm

A.

iWilH4iftlUurt*U(&:

112 B.

jroffrfinnw

In this

MS. there

is

another work called tffwifwtfalfarfa: OTTrftn*:


is

which was copied in the reign of Rudra Deva, who


Prof. Bendall in 135 (N.S.).
It is

put down by

measured by 170 Slokas and written in


Newari.

Transitional Gupta, mixed with hooked-top

The name

of the

author has been rubbed out at the end.

But from the 2nd loka

at the

beginning we know that his name was BagiSvara Kirtti.


III. 388.

ST^Tfafaftr by

throw ^W^R
left.

8 J x 2 inches.
5

Folia,

27 pierced by a hole towards the


300.

Lines,

on a page.
old.

Slokas,

Date N.S. 531. Character, Newari.

Appearance,

Prose.

Incorrecfc.

Post Col.

Wtag top*
W?t J

***

hiM

frowantf

ftnft

fafarHfa*

It begins

mfiin&T

WTwt

%W?Tg[ fjglftqit

*tw mtevm ft* {


In this MS. there

mw fa w
i

ti

is

another work on Laksa

Homa

by one Siv&carya.

But

it

begins with PuraScarana.

III. 390.

ff^Wj q

by

T9ITTOI

14x2
old.

inches.

Folia, 142

pierced through the middle. La. Sain 341.


Correct.

Lines, 5 on a page.

Slokas, 2,800.

Date

Character, Maithil.

Appearance,

Prose and Verse.

The book has already been noticed

L. 652

and published by the

late

Anandaram Badua

of the Indian Civil Service at Calcutta.

The Post Colophon Statement runs

thus:

**

In one of the buffer leaves at the end of the


of one Haladhar.

MS.

is

recorded the birth

in. 391.

fa<*i**9*5

by

Tcirfkfin:

^rera^^rrcraftrer

13x2
the

inches.

Folia, 120 (1st leaf is missing), pierced

by a hole towards
Character, Newari.
In-

left.

Lines, 5 on a page.

Extent

in filokas, 1,800.
old.

Date 521 (N.S.)


correct.

= 1401

A.D.

Appearance,

Prose and Verse.

pp. 26-27 of the Nepal Catalogue.

Varaha Mihira's work on marriage has been described by me in The present MS. contains a commenit

tary on

by Utpala.
to

The Commentary

is

entitled Cintamani.
leaf of the

The

commentary*comes
reat of the

an end apparently on the 73rd

MS.

contains other topics

MS. The connected with marriage, by Varaha

Mihira.
III. 392.

ftf^T^r^Tgrfhf^

12x2

inches.

Folia, 144 pierced


in

by

i hole towards the left.

Lines, 5 on

a page.

Extent

slokas,
old.

2100.
Prose.

DaU

N.S.

304=1184 A.D. Character, Newari.


Complete.

Appearance,

Correct.

Post Colophon Statement.

*hrmt^ta

*8

^P# ** gitVTTOta-

The place Dhabal-Srota


Kathmundu,
to the east.
is

is

now known

as Dhankhel, about 8 kos from

The work
It

divided into Patalas.

begins:

& *W

ftRfHT

iftwi?i4(j

$^w ^ftawn^ ^raig

TO,

w%

*ra

$$w ^j^sv wot:

jjtt

Col

61 B.

^fe

aftiteprer *raf H*njT*[


i

63 B.

wfa *gtftm m*af HillW^

65 A.

WI^T

^lglHnuU$dttf

STCST

iiuihii

III. 393.

ftFTtf^T (?)

22*

x2

inches.

Folia,

285 loaves

peircerl

by

two holes at the sides


9000.
old.

of the centre.

Linos, 5 on a page.

Extent in

filokas

Date 189
Verse.

(N.S.)=>1069

A.D.

Character, New&ri. Appearance,

Correct.

Leaves 41. I Leaves 52. II


f

*fa

ftiauui ^Glff: (12 chapters).

ff?T fiueiUMlTff^: TOTJT: (12 chapters).

Leaves 59 Ill ft^TWTTOTJ


.

*mm:

(12 chapters)*l 3 > *g*flw r


is

Leaves 32.

IV WTOHt
I

iT t HjjII^

TOf^r

^Tm%^tWT^

vnr<3rMltMiq:

Having 21 chapters, yet tho book

not complete.

Leaves 24.

V
VI

^TT^TT:

(9 chapters).

Leaves

19.

1%

ftralMPl l HL (7 chapters).

Leaves 46. VII TOKti?I*: TOTtf* (24 chapters).

Leaves

12.

VIII TTCTjft^T (16 chapters).

The whole goes under the name Dharma Sastra or simply Siva Dharma, which is pre-eminently the name of the first part. The eight parts together are given in one MS., but each is separately paged. At the end of the work we have the
There* are eight parts in this work.
of Siva

following post colophon statement

**

'ieiW^fT
Bolow

spct

'smfir

^t^i

this in another hand.

S^rrgfa

tiw5g sfa
Ji*sr

m*m wmj'
i

ii

^g^ai imfa y

inwsmajfti? *nrq

sfr$ISJI*HfijT rftrF

fai^Hlfad^HI
inches.

II

III. 394.

*3*R*9T3J<H

12x2

Folia, 15 pierced through

the middle.
N.S.

Lines, 6 on a page.

Slokas, 350.

Appearance, fresh.
Correct.

Date

470 = 1350
It

A.D.

Character, Newari.

Verse.

has already been noticed in

my

Nepal Catalogue, page 89.


I

III. 395.

Sjfa*mC
the

by

*fWJ

13Jx2

inches.

Folia,

200

pierced through
La.

middle.

Lines, 5 on a page.

Slokas, 3000.
old.

Date

Sam

341.

Character,

Maithil.

Appearance,

Prose.

Incorrect.

Complete.

The

last Col.

ffif

<Tgm^mi37n?
i

^g
,

ft H

mraif^ *H%*T* TOnrTOTO:

totr:
Post Col. Statement.

wfi:

fi

m zftw vwfTin^ *nn ot:

ii

III. 396.

fclU B

Ml^^^r
Appearance,

15x2
old.

inches.

Folia,

115

pierced

through the middle." Lines, 4 on a page.


Character, Newari,

Slokas, 1800.

Date Saka 1552.

Prose.

Incorrect,

The MS. was copied


worship of Vieuu and

at the instance of Jagajjyotirtnalla of Bhatgaon,


of Mithila.
It treats of the

The work was composed by Bhairava Siipha


it is

an athoritative work.

It is a

book as yet unknown,

III.

397 A.

4NQW3I
left.

11x2
7

inches.

Folia,

61

pierced by a

holo

towards the

Lines,

on a page.

Extent in glokas, 1200.

Date?
Verse.
It

Character, Newari.
Incorrect.

Appearance, old. and worm-eaten in places.

begins in the form of a Tantrik work

with the description of a


are Vriddha

hermitage on the Ganges in the Himalayas.

The interlocutors

Garga and Jakeuki.


Leaf 4 B.
6 A.
fllUHUlft

mmra?W
ffffTO

II

arr^jfironrt gftrorftrrr fyfiifhufur*' n

8 A.
10 A.
11 B.

g*?fa:

ii

smrof^w *grh
StfHlfWTlT WJ?
tpi^ati STnr
ii II

11

>>

13 A.

15 A.
16 A.
17 B.

yrcfcravt srm *i*tj


yreijurytar

ii

>mr raw

ii

18 A.
19 B.

mgnfimm f

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ii

20 B.
21 B.

4J1U 3 8141444 WTO flllfj^BW:

||

mifurart win qgqrim: n

23 A.
25 A.
26 B. 27 A-

99

q^g fa

ewl

*rra

hhtto:

n
ii

arr^jiro firfu' tor vtfsflTafnj:

5>

4>

*c

29 A.

srr^ffironrt

sr^gpftor *m: ***ftnrfiron

30 A.
32 A.

fgwfiw
mx;

ii

OTsnfimtfforeft
*flifa3fl

JwtfsrsrfH*: n

U A.
35 B.

*ro

^rftrirftro: n
u
II

^rr^fr

*m ^rtlftrirfiw:
TTS^fsflrfH*:
II

a.

sunsrcrcf srm *gfihrfair:

38 B.

,,

TO^JffSTOT

10 B.
4:5
tf\

^irfrsfr

*TIT Wffa'llfaii:

||

b.

^mfinrifm:

n
11

B.

nrorjfgvnift
TU M U

*m:

^giftraftros
II

52 A
.">:*

3ftftfflfim: ^"Hfros

T^nfMi

*m

firerfiro:

11

5-i

gftraw *ro *s?faVfiw

II

59 B.
(51

v
is

mfi#^

^ra(?jfeism:
srro

^wm:

II

^rrfaflw

^RawTt

w
in
lie

11

This MS.

not complete
it
is in tliis

The works, which begin


form that most of the

hi*

way. are and

generally long, and

tfilpa,
I

Jyotisa

other works were written, as would be apparent from


of

large

number

works quoted

in

Bhattotpala's
a

eonimentary on

the

Brhat Samhita.

The MS. here contains only


ni.:]97B.
inches.

fragment

of Viistn Sjistra

^TcTITCfafwwf^TT
by a

by

fsp&faf

^m

13x2
1

[Adia, 79 pierced

hole through the middle.

Lines,

on a

page.

Extent

in Slokas, 950.

Date. La. Sam. l5f>-= 1273 A.I)


Prose.

Character,

Xagari.

Appearance,

old.

Correct.
in Calcutta
,uid
at

Trilocana Dasa's
khali
it

work has been published

Noa-

The present MS. contains only the chapters


ends *fa Tftfa^^yrefaTfarrnrr

on K|i

*m*^fafagn!j<J%ww f*g
i

^5pmr:

tow w*
ii

h* ^reij^rafr *

snft n sgjriftuwrafflsrT ftrfia?TO


,

Then come the usual apologies


III.

of the scribe.

397 C.

HtT^WHT
left.

11 x li inches.

Koha,

J)9

pierced by a
Slokns, 1200.

hole towards the

Lines, 4 and 5 on a page.

Extent
Prose.

in

Date?

Character,

Newari.

Appearance,

old.

Incorrect.

12

f
in disorder..
I

The
See

leaves of the
p.

MS. are

120 of

my

Nepal Catalogue.
inches. Folia, 63 piorced

III.

897 D.

^A>S^WH*tW^ lHx 2
loft.

by a hole towards the

Lines, 5 on a page.

Kxtent in Blokas, 930.


Appearance, fresh

Date

N.S.

540 = 1420 A.D.


Incorrect.
in leaf

Character,

Newari

Prose and Verse.

There

is

colophon

24

A which

runs thus

This shows

that.

YogiSvara and
seems
to

Padmanabha
done
the

jointly

compiled

Smrti-work.

Yogisvara

have

Tithyadi

Nirnaya,

see col. in p. 185 of

my
on

Nepal Catalogue.
Pretakrtya
is

The
present
Sfitak;i,

chapter

attributed
is

to

Padmanablm.

The

colo[)hon
i.e.,

says that

Yogi^vara

responsible For the chapter on

impurity for the birth of a son.


Section
contains

The present MS. contains


Nirnaya
with

the Pretakrtya
to

and not
another

the Titlryadi

From
tin
4

leaf

21

the end,

it

work on Sr.iddha

following

introduction

Phis portion

ma) be taken

as a part of the

work and attributed

to

Pndmanabha.

An examination
the

of the three

MSS
It

of this work,

111.

360

(J

copied

in

N.S. 366, and the present MS., and the paper MS. No. 1291- A., shows that

work

is

a very ancient one.

quotes from such works as

Pracetah,

Vjtldha

Pracetah,

Garga,

Karsuajini, Bhrgu,

Manci, Pulasta, Sakata-

ynna, Vartikakara, not to speak of the 20 well-known authors of Smrti.

Ill 398.

t^ir^T^cf^TTt^K:

13 x 2 inches.
SI okas, old.

Folia. 137 pierced

by

a hole at the middle.

Lines, 5 on a page.

2700

Date La. Sarp.

416

Character,

Maithil.

Appearance,

Verse.

Correct,

The

last

Colophon leads- *fif &*Wr?*I*lflsr$

WSJfR&fa #tamnr-

The

MS

was copied by Sri Mai^dala Sarma.

Leal

A.

^ir^affsrw^r *rcnrer

^faw^

III.

301).

OTTOfa:

by

IIW:

Hi

x 2

inches Slokas,

Folia,

63

pierced through
La.

the middle.

Lines, 5 on a page.

14U0.

Date,

Sam. 280.

Character, Maitliil.
Correct

Appearand,

old

:md wcim-eiiten on

both sides
i

Prose.

Post

Colophon

*rw *<=4 w*n& framr%"

^ift^t

III.
5,

4-00
a.

25x2
page
Prose

inches

Folia,

15

pierced

lry

Wholes

Lines,

6,

7 on

Kxtout

in Slokas,

2000.

Date

Character, Ncwa-i.

Appearance, fresh.
It

Correct
oi

contains

the

declensions of mots

the Adadi

class

all tln>

hundred and eighty Vibhaktis

111.401
Folia,

fe^^TfH^tm*Ti?^fcr
a

by
left.

SafapT
Lines,

Six

2^

inches.

58 pierced by

hole towards the

on a page
old.

Slokas,
Prose.

700.

Date La. Saip

181

Character. Maithil.

Appearance,

Correct

The work has already been noticed


That was defective both
Patalas
Its

in

my Nepal
complete

Catalogue,
ft

p.

67

at tho beginning

and at the end.


is

had only 15

But the present

MS

has 18 and

Colophon

%fo

*n^rcTO^q!(ftnrd|J:ft*flTlri

fagHd HT^^^TfTI-

Hurnr

ii

^ftasftnsreijjsr

#f&?*TUiriw.

For 402A see 360 F

*<

IIJ.

102 11

^tfTTTfa*ff<T*f3Plf83tT

10x2.J inches.

Folia,

:U

pierced through by one bole towards the

left.

Lines, 8, 9, 10 on a pa^e

Kxtent

in

fllokns,

1000

Date N.S. 417,

Character. Newiin.

Prose

Appearance,

old.

Coneet.
r.

The

last

Colophon

fpTO$:Rfk*TOroftTOB<I*r

TOTtfril

5TTO

The

original Tnntra
it,

is

divided into 25 Patalas.


into
2. >
r

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iMS.,

which

is

commentary on
Ft

is

nKo divided

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begins

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Post Colo])hoii Statement.

ffefTTT

S^TqfeHS^T^Zrsnwn^ *%

After this there are two verses

in

two (liferent hands.

HI. 402 C
through

xlSjfasitfNfT

niches
Lines,
5

L^olia,

CO pierced
Extent
Prose.

by

one hole
Hnte"^

lowaids

the

left

on

a pnge
fresh.

in Slokns, 1300.

Character, Bengali.

Appearance,

Correct.

Begins

:---

&

*TW: tftaiTOtftuiT

*tf^s sepr^ arw *r* tnSr *ro

^tnmf^fe

*n^
v
1

mnr

^jw *n

w *t% firm vim*h

Sfw nrfarewirT

<1
I

III.

403 A.

TWT*R?tan
8400.

3SHT *Tm
at,

Hx2
Date,

inches.

Folia,

849 pierced through by one hole


Extent
in
Blokas,

the

middle.

Lines, 6

on a page.
Snip.

Chai actor,
Correct.

Muiihil.

La

428.

Appearance, old
This
is

Prose.

commentary on Magna Kavya by Vallabhacarya.


s#>

It

begins

5rawfe^n5

fan*? ufflftwrrfT

The Knd.

forqr

fmrfammi -%w ftrgmw


*&t^ f ^sr^^f^
siiftr

*rra:

wffem

fafta finftw

im urn fa:

faffcraro:

H^

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ferfcnni:

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1

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f^Rwft
1

alg-r:

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srmsfar

iwiiit

sfa nr 8** nTB^jjftiiimt

?jft

sre^fr

III,

404 A. <?W<lfsr:
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5

1-4x2
fresh.
'

inches.

Kolu.,
in

13S pierced through


2M)0.

the middle.
Maithil.

on a page.

Lxtent

slokas,

Uiarneler,

Date?

Appearance,

Prose.

Cmrcrl.

It

begins

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nam

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tffrow
fWtftl
II

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<<
*ft*ffT^,

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TptftWT,

getfqrt

fetOTW,

IT^fT,
is

H1JW? and the

confluence of the Ganges


It is a liturgical

and the Gandaki.


places.
.

The work

not

complete.

work on holy

111.404

13.

inrtH'Wft^TOl^T
Lines,
5

15x2

inches.

Folia,
in

80 pierced
1500.

through

the

middle.

on a page

Extent
fresh.

slokas,

Character, Maithil

Date N.S. 768.

Appearance,

Prose.

Correct.

Beginning.

^jp

mf\

*Tf TTPlfrlTir

mai

fe^m

j^m^rarTtr:

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II

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^fftrafa:

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a

13x2

niches
in

Kolm, 40 pieiccd through the


slokas,

middle.
gali.

Lines, 5 on

page.

Extent

1000.

Character, Ben-

Appearance

old.

Pa to, La

sarp. 45ft

Prose and Ver^e

Correct

Post Colophon Statement

3ftcRHT!|r

TT^: fafteTrT tl^tf

^*

II

111

104

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15^2

inches.
in

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85

pierced

through the middle. ^\*'uw^ 5 cm a page.


acter,

Extent

Slokas, 700.
fresh.

Charand

Maithil.

Date,

La.

8am

507.

Appearance,

Pro^e

Verse.

Correct

Pot Colophon Statement. ffcT ftr^jf^T:

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frg
<wfar

flrsft?

wit

wto ^
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inches.

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oo pierced b\

two

holes.

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Slokas, 1400.

Date

S 3W5
old.

1276 A.T).
in a

Character,

Newari (ornamental)

Appearance, very
All

and

von

miserable and dilapidated condition


troyed longtlrwise
.

the lea\es

ha\obeen

half-des-

*,till

we have gleaned (he

follow iii^ information from

what remains.

W3?^<*3
innately ainon^ the paper

ill ff?

ii

IAi

MSS. newly

collected,
L>reat

there

is

a.

oop\

of this

work, which has saved fiom obli\ion a


author
of
of

woik by Asva^'hosa,

the

celebrated

Buddliaeanta Malutkavut, who has been desto

cribed

as the son

Snvarnaksi, and bclon^in^

Saketa.

He

is

also

described as a t^teat poet

and

a yreat oratoi

PALM LEAF MANUSCRIPT


IN

PRIVATE COLLECTIONS, NEPAL.

fanNUcI^

Place

of

deposit,

Pundit

Sfn^n
Folia,

Caiana
99 but

IL'tjo1, 2.

padhyaya
'>,

(of

Bengali extraction)

12 x 2 melius

Wves
a

4, 5, 7, 8,

9 are
boles

missing and icany leaves ha\e lost their page marks,


tow
a

pierced by

ids Hie

left

and n^'ht

Lines,

<>

on

page.

Slokas, 2700 (calculating the whole).


tiunal character.
l)atc N.S.
1

Character, Tenth Cent ury TransiVI).

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924

Verse

Tncmrecl.

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ance, old.

Incomplete
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11

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11

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fa?*J
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II

The following

is

the table of contents


ol

entnes

(The obverse pa^e


cannot, be fully read.)

(bis tabic; has been ellaccd so that the

Subjects

Numbei
...
... ...

of Patal

^fa^iTinTrasn
^nTTTfe^KTT^T:
ftrgfar^TTUHH:

*
>

...

...

...

...

...

x
*
<*>.

wfrfife^KUSST:

...

...

...

Tt^nfa^iTrcsr:
^gftrg^frfifiar^TTtJEH:

...

...

...

...

...

x
x 9
'

rn^fargrnirc^:

...

...

...

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^rifafa^TTTO^:
*T*rftgTTf^mTC*P

...

...

...

lu

...

...

U
12

...

...

...

ftrfT^fe^nTTH^f:

...

...

...

Subjects.
^fijwnzrfiifij :

Number

of Fatal

x(15)
:

^rf*jyEtf*w

(16)
19
20.

^f^TCND^ITOWf
TwlTTTB^rfigrftjs

^^nsrarn^r*.

x
25

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26
...

frcnnpnir:

29

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fafur^nfgfa:
tflft*(*)
...

30
31

fVrens#

33
...

^T^TUm:

u
35
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qfa^f^j&fgrftr:
faran

36
...

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faran

.38

...

fogrftrarwtftmfwfH
...

^gt^firanr:
...

30
(40) 41 42
*3

...

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^rirf^wiT:
:

WH%f^^
x

TjVTtn^amOTfrwvfa^ftifa:

x X

Tt tfnjft&rT

*TOT:

44
45
46

ulSTCWrfarfa:

*T*lfS

...

ftrw*nfr
x x wm?t

in*jfaTO
ftrfai

...

x(47)
48

xm
(?)

yrrowiutefa:

49

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^rTOif^f
(

so
...

derail}

x (51)
52

ar**rsrfsrwH

\>\

Subjects.

Number

of Fatal,

annarwftrf^roir^ ths^nis=?
tjvftmwwIgTTir

53
.H
55 56

Txxxi
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*TCftftlT!rer:

^Tftrgi^TtgilfiTJTfgfOT^T:
...

X
57 58

X X XWl^TUEH:
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(?)

59

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XXX

W
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Date?

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Greater reliance is placed in this work on niantrus and incantations, in the skill in archery.

'

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old,

WMOWfan
28.

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a page.

of deposit,

the same.

121x2
Verse.

inches.

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Lines, 5

on

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Dato N.S.

484 1864
plete.
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A.I).

Appearance,

worm-eaten

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ends

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is

ftjm

lift

Tlie

book

divided info two

parts,

Vala-Canakya and BrddhaYala-Canak\a has eight

Canakya.

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invocation.
lias

chapters and the Briddha-Canakya

six.

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last

chapter

is

Vara ha Mihira's PraSnajnana.

It

contains

70

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WCPireTcT^
)
inches.

^T^^TO^T
Date V.

Plnce of deposit,
hole.

the same.

1Hx2

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on a page.

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Character,
Prose.

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= 1133

117C A.I).

Appearance, old

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The
'

1st
-

leaf

has corroded

to the

extent

of

nearly a half.

But

it

contains

The author
of

Kanauj.

well known as the minister of Govinda Candra Deva made He an extensive compilation of Smrti, of which the
is

Krtyakalpataru

is

a part,

and the present one

is

part

of Krtya-

kalpataru, called Rraddha-kancja

faWoMil^ffa:
16!

by

fJ^SR:
mixed

Place

of
left.

deposit,

the

same

x^

inches.

Folin, 81 pierced

towards the
Bengali, and

Lines, 7 on a page.

Slokas, 2250.
position

Character,

Newiiri.

Date of com-

Saka 1033-1111 A.D.


old.

Date of copying N.S. 319, 1199 A.D.

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It

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ing entry
is

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rubric and the follow-

made

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vcr.so TI^THITTTJItRT

is

>\

1 1

in

bad ink ami


<>t

a bad

later

hand

flu*

and another \erse


Ihere
is
:i

a similar

nadnr.
called

In

the

same MS.

supplementary work
i:

f^USH^T

SI^^TT^rSl: by the same author

in

leaves,

which begins

ffeft

WT

TOUcTini SIS?

Tjsm^t?rgn!niairr:

farwn fafsiyn^ H*m

ii

w
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sis^Hiy

^f%rT*. SFfani,

ii

faSIT^JTTWnTTT:
*tttt

mxrnrofa

II

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1142
A". I),

is

a 3rd

MS. dated N.S. 262

in letter

numerals
ondf?

grrn fUH
with

ffrW

running
i

through four loaves

which

the words

f%

Htr^fftwT

The work
TJ*H!J:

is

divided into Sections

: toutf^-,

Ttjtmf<?i^

W^Pf-

The boards

are illustrated with figures of

Hindu Gods and God-

desses, 10 in

number.
by

^TtftffT^T
Folia,

3TH2
holes.

Place of deposit?
Lines,
6"

22^x2
Slokas,
Correct.

inches.

162

pierced

by 2

on

page.

6800.

Date
Col.

Character, Ncwari.
b.

Appearance,

old.

Verse.

in
The

wfn

SfcairfrreErijTO g5frsfasi
H*JIW*J
I

fWT3rsrf*firmqt topbh^

q^R^
leaves are

marked on the

loft

with letter numerals and on the

right with Newari figures.


It

begins

TTHTf^lftTTTT^

HHHTJ^JP^
i

sr&wnnrsfTRiihrTia;

* sa$*im **^ nm

..

<

tn

Tc3hMTt*n
12^x2
inches.

Subba Visnun Prasad.


Character, Newari.

Rajabhandan (Librarian).
left.

Folia, 297 pierced

by a hole towards the

Lines, 6

on a page.
Incorrect.
It

Slokas, 6500.

Appearance, old.

Prose.

Date

effaced.

begins

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TO*

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mnfami-.

11

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II

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%r*HHU^ WUH'r*rddir*HT
,

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srgnb

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11

famv mixw%

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11

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nsrtaro

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11

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>

XXI

The MS. was written under ho order


I

of

Pratupa Alalia Deva of KatSince then


it
ii

mandu, who reigned by the middle


changed hands, and now
15 years ago.
If,

of

the 17th century,

it

belongs

to the Librarian,

who bought

about

struck lnni at the tune of purchase that tho date on leaf


In

206A had been


leaf.

obliterated.

examining the IMS

found that the

last
last

two leaves of the MS. were glued together and

21)0 appeared as the

When

the leaves were separated, Jaya Prafapa's praSasti was


in the Post Col.

made
have

visiblo as given

Statement.

Somebody seems

to

stolon

tho Royal

MS., obliterated

the date and glued together the Pra-

shasti to escape detection.

The wooden boards

of the

MS.

are covered in the Nepalese tashion


gilt.
It

with beautiful workmanship on copper

The work Haramekhala was


was composed
at

written entirely in Prakrita verse.

Bhillamala

in

Gujerat

<

m
rf^r

>

Leaf 2 B.

?ra

ftrscqifr

fasr^tg^faHfara:

^fagwTsnTTfasr*?:
i

*nsro

f^i^^?rmt *m

Tlie author's (lui

11

belonged

to the

Mfda

Sii

Vamsa, and

lis

name was
urn.

Durjaybhata
Tlio

author de\
to
is

oil's five

verses <o the ^rlm ilication


as

ol'

his

Ci

Tho
to tho

author belonged

tho

same Iannis
oil

Ma^ha, the

threat

poet,

and

same

oily,

which

named

her Srimala or Hlnlhi Mala..


onl) of
)
I

In the present.

MS. tho IVatikas


ti

lie

Priikil
a

verses aie ^iven

with a Oha) a (or Sanskrit


ing
tlie Million!

ansl.it ion

of

il,

and

commentary

explain-

points.
is

The work
eine

complete

in 7

Pariccliedas

It

I-,

work on Hindu Medi-

ATt^^cT^.
22x2
old.

P.opuetor
ISO

^f^^vRT* VT^qi^lR
two
holes.

,i

HffOT*?
on a
pae/o

inches.

Folia.

pierced b\
\),\to

Lines,
\
I)

.">

Slokas, 0500
Verse.
It

(Miaraetei,

New an

N.S 217

10^7

Appearance,

Incoiieet.

ends

Tlftar TT^ff:

^fwTO

Hrfr

f^T 5g%i^j U^R^ ?^t ^rsr^ci: TTtT$T^T


si

II

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rarer

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5r

Ww

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11

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fefavift

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II

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II

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ssf

^^^^ fWa%g3nf^5fT

11

15

^fHij^grfaT H*gg ^tTn^r cra*rjpanjrTH*i

II

It

begins

^nfiTBflfira*

^THrargfarfafirS

The

interlocutors are HTa" and


i.e.,

$cn

The

taut ra
it

belongs to

the

Daksinamnaya,

according to
ln>,

(lie

Tantrika ideas,

was pronounced

by Siva, from that mouth of


It
is

winch faces the south


is

called Bhairava Srotas, because Bhaiiasa


after

the speaker and his

speech began

ho had snatched
It is

away

the topmost head of Bralnna


it

and put

it

above Ins four heads

called Yidypattha, because

treats

of the goddess
to contain
I

Sundaii

It

is

called HW^TtStTOUJI,
sellable-,.

because

it is

supposed
2

70 millions of "lokus or
all

Mahndcva says

(lent"

A)

have fold }ou


etc.,

about

flic

Tantras, sacrifices, worship, the


ns

'differ-

ent

Rudras,

in other Tanti as,

Vanm, Daksina, Jainalas

Now

will tell

you about Jnana.

$*$: yr%-

TH\$'<

*Wmp

S^fa:

ftl?

II

P#
sftfWfWfai
*
I

TOTOW

^rlfiTmg^Tftl^

II

Proprietor Ratnavilasa

Gnbhaju
Slokas,
Prose.

of

Katmandu.

22x2.1 inches.

Folia,

174 with
Lines, 5

many
on

leaves missing and

many

burnt.

pierced by two holes.

a page.
old.

6000.

Character,
,

ornamental Ncwari.

Date?

Appeal anee,

Incoirect.

ut

One
Taras.

of the boards
It is

is

illustrated with 9 figures, 5 Bodhisatvas,

and 4

ono of the Vaipulya Sutras of the Mahayana school.

uwnjfta*tar# ^q^rirgrrefaT
^Taithila eliaraeter.

Proprietor,

h^w
u^

ite (*rffirt)

^Rgrsr

Proprietor ihc same, in Newiiri character.

.'3

Snifti

Sara by M. M. Ilaiinatha (Proprietor ^f^JftepTK

IT^ffaT-

rnr)

fs5rr?<i7T;ng

ajar^TTCTTRr^

fz^i

mtjwti

$** rRnxps

^m^npTTrra.'

iii

Maitlula character, vovy dilapidated.

Proprietcr

the
It

same

begins

ftRrUTgW

TTCT

^ITOm

*?T
i

*tr% ftHsrwnr

^gzm wi^\

q^g
^K^^tffri^'TSr
pierced by a liolo
|

Tnsnftarar

fw*

ftrwTwr trra x x
P2

The
Date

s-iiuo
left.

Proprietor.
Lines,
t

x
a

2 inches.

Folia,

122

towards

the
?

on

page.

Slokas 1800.

Character,
Verse.

JNagara.

Appearance,

old,

worm-eaten, dilapidated.

Correct.

It contains 2 works,

one ending
:

in leaf 01

A, and the other in 127 A,

tho last Col. of the

first is

is

And

the last Col. ofthe second

It

is

suspected that this

is

the original Merutantra, to which

much

has been subsequently added.

Post Col.

H^TITOgSTOft ^Tq^raffcTOcT ^T X X IsMuSjfl fasTf <

^?mftr

sraftn

ii

\\%
The same
fftr

^mroiTTOrt
*ro
139

by
[f?]

^N*
r

Prop.

Maithila

character.
^jpfefft-

*f&Fsfr

fir

**&?*: wfafinif**: <5$r

^fdlfH<iilft STUT fTO*?:

in

Newari Character.

(The same Prop.)

The Sanskrit

is

accompanied with a Newari Commentary.


I"

5f^f^RrTTH^rgfenT#t

Newari.

Pro]),

the same.

Last Col.

wfrf

^yferTO&

^ngftwtit TT^faajrdusy:

wnw.

W%

^iniTmarfTn:

row:

wpstcj;

u*

A Tm^^f^^ttT
same.

Newari character.

Dated N.S. 077.

Prop, the

Post Col.

^ff?T

^VM^^U^HWI^W^^rHyW^ihclTff

^TVfWTW^J-

TTtT^r%H^feTT^r^feH%rf^

Tra^r tints c?tf^ *njr*rai rrerar-

B.

nihl^r^T
qft

Newari Character N.S. 677.

A.

uj

Ji

eiHq

~ ( * ^K*?

in Maithil.

Hated ST^

$9$ s^gf?

B.

TSWSIW

in Maithil.

palm-leaf MS. of Siva Sastra without a name.

faspranrararcrar

Already noticed.

Date

m*

347.

fif^f?

i.

Wk^iltuaqi

Prop, tho same, old,

dilapidated,

worm-eaten.

Char-

acter,

Newari.

Date

It has neither beginning, nor end.

PAPER MANUSCRIPTS
IN

THE DURBAR LIBRARY, NEPAL.

111.233.
page.

VTlTTWmi
1900.

UJ

X 4 inches.

Foha,

71.

Lines, 9 on

Slokas,

Date?

Character, Neuari.

Appearance, old

Verse.

Incorrect.

The MS.
geneially

is

written in

many

different hands.

The- interlocutors are

Narada and
*ftr

Nilaloliita.

Last Col.

^rcfHWft ^rerRSHng ^fafg^nn: srosrnraifaAfter the end of the 2nd Col. the dnte

In leaf 52 A.

is

oi\en as N.8.

857, but has been scored through.

III.

246 A.

^tTT^RT^JT
Date?

Ux 7

inches.

Folia, 19

Lines,

lion

page.

Slokas, 3 JO.

Character, Nagara. Appearance, ne, v.

Verse.

Incorroct.

Beginning.

ttfhr*wn7 TO:

WTKrare? feHnrta 9rara*rpf sroft

ii

9nnr?rft

*ttt^ SarWr v%w^fr%

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I

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(90)

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III.

253 D.

WWCT^H

IRT^rftirn

10

x4

inches.

Folia, 31.

Lines,

6 on a page.

Extent in slokas, 420.


Verse. Generally correct.

Character, Nagari.

Hate?

Appearance, fresh.
Beginning.

^W

isftTW5!?J!3*IWIWU*qW

^f*a# WUTT^

^jfa:

End.

*n*f fpiTO: JJHP l?r<f OT%5T **fttj:

qui
Colophon.
9 A.

<&*^tra H^^f 3 fef^rS


I

WfH T^JrrtjnW 5TTTTOSW W^TF^


*T*T tprpT^Nlf
I

12 A.

wRt
?fa

*t*j'

**T*f

20 A.

SI

H^W

TONraSW TO*:
1

26 A.

*fn n*rp *gr srrmnft? ?*ro:

III. 255.

Jlftrcrf^^
in

19

x9^

inches.

Folia, 225.

Lines, 7 on

a page.

Extent

slokas

6600.

Character,

Newaii.

Date, S.M. 960.

Appearance, fresh.
Beginning.

Generally correct.
suffr

&

^^7\^jrm^^^^uM^^^^rW^Vm'

Colophon.

^qgartfiwa^u^H>
ia < i fa fir

srftiHRfwft

*m inmnTf*
p. 113.

nmwz *m,
i

<$

'

R. Mitra,

III. 256.

^VU^tarC'
in
fllokas,

16x5

inches.

Folia, 27i).

Lines, 6 on
?

a page.

Extent

2600.

Character, Newari.

Date

Appear-

ance, new. Generally correct-

Colophon,

ifn

<ftjwiwhwii*' Tsif^Wn
*mr-

*m

Uf^rWfJf-,

Tarnsr:

iw <$*

<

*M
by
Slokas,

>

III.

257 A.
5

Vtftwsfatfn;:
on a page.
Verse.
Correct.

WTfaf^
1000.

7x3
?

inches.

Folia,

126.

Lines,

Pate

Character, Newari.

Appearance, new.

The work has been published


St. Petersburg,
Bibl. Ind,

several

times by

Prof. Minaeve at
in

by myself

at

Buddhist Text Society's journal, and


notes.

by Prof. Poussen with

III.

267 B.

^r^iMlUfW
Date
?

7J x 2 inches.

Folia, 22.

Lines,
old.

6 on a page.
Prose.

Slokas, 180.

Character, Newari.

Appearance,

This

is

Newari version

of Lokegvaraparajika,

and

it

treats of the

averting of evil omens,


8 on a

III.

258

*TO?3JT

:
I

20 x
13929.

inches.

Folia,

394.

Lines,

page.

Extent in slokas,

Character,

Newari.

'Date?

Appear-

ance, new.

Generally correct.
\$

Prose.

Beginning.

TO: ^gd^TVlWtsta:

R. Mitra, No. A.

9.

p. 90.

III.

259 A.
2800.

*TS$rprfta^
Character,

19 x 7* inches.
Lines,

Folia, 69.

Extent

in

Slokas,

Newari.

on a page.

Appear-

ance, new.

Prose and verse.

Generally correct.
I

Beginning.

&
arehr

5f*T:

H^fgaftfijSSW

^ **n

^H*lr*j[ waft

vnzmz um^% ftnrdw

^Brn^ft^rrfir
End.

'^fTTm^nf^OTTTlinT

WJ

Wlrf

(?)

Colophon.

w??f

*igi44y4i44*taT

wnwW^Tm +n + +
I

R. Mitra,

7.

p. 203.

<<*
I

III.

259 B.

^Hftrm^^U^

12

x4

inches.

Folia, 28.

Lines, 6 on

page.

Slokas, 330.

Character,
Incorrect.

Newari.

Appearance, new.

Verse.

Date NS. 763 = 1643 A.D.


Beginning.
ffft
v$>

TOt fJHT

wtot^ gm^*

firftftr

gHiaci^ci^i^ Wfjufa i* an lain* i^to?


44H)tl$eil%fH

Hrftj^t

*ro-

-f

+ +
i

wtotttv

jrofaraftutigsr
sicinL

wnf r^w ina^ *nf msn* arm hts^ art*

mil |vractitKw

nmm

^mff
Folia,

^nj.
43.

III.

259 C.

^TTcnrWProW

18 x 5 indies.

Lines, 9

ou a page.
ance, old.

Extent in slokas, 880.


Prose and verse.

Character, Newari.

Date?

Appear-

Incorrect.
if lit

Beginning.

jyi

H: Vtg:qr;:qFt

Hf^foG^J fRu fa ^W

+ +
End.

+
-f-

+ +

finft

tto

atfwsn
n

mnaittarg^flnfir

twr^ utopj %t inr^fu^t

aw

Colophon.

W%

tftf9

+ + 3TTH*I<3SM*JIUI
I

Wlfcl

U*T

III.

260 A.

Sfatfnffa:

by

wftwflWI

11x5

inches.

Folia,
?

61.

Lines, 8 on a page.

Slokas, 970.
Incorrect.

Character, Niagara.

.Date

Ap-

pearance, new.

Verse.
^ft

Beginning.

H^WHl

W>

qftimei tototct

5n^?f

?t^[

5^i 3^

fa^aft
18

n imwa inmi^ ^nsfft

n 9

11

wSJ* imw%
End.
ftmnRftftr ^r

inflin: qisfa

nfg^

n * n

giaraiftftag^u^

Colophon.

*TT% ^THTTfkftrftT

W
I

^TSTSTfTgT

Post Colophon.

W7*
may

<l<=8 8

^JWH^

The work was composed


was king.
known.
III.

in

Saka 1571

= AD.

16i9 while Baj Bahadur


it is

This

be second Baj Bahadur, of what principality

not

260 B.

*J3*raT*NcT>HH

11x5

inches.

Folia,

4fJ.

Lines,

<>

on a page.
Correct.

Slokas, 920.

Character, Nagari.

Appearance, new.

Verse.

Beginning.

TjftlT&WnT

TCTi

JHBfagwro^

gfsra^fiirf9*rq n * n

^H^TO

#WT5Tt TO*B *ra3*r^

n ^

it

+ +

+ +

+ +

+ +

filers

H*infjrfir

tre^rr n

M<
+ +

+
+

+
+

+ +
I

*%^T TOT*
JTT ^STTf TnnT^T

TOT$

ftTITTlifr

End.

wnftflwu

Wrfrnr

+
+

+
+

*rqr$fg*inr "

*
II

+
+

57H^*Jdf^ftr WTO* TOT^jpn[

Colophon.
I'oist

?ffl g?prmio2rfl*ff iraftiriftraiTxt

*m

^*ro:

hot:

11

qo u

Colophon.

fl*f

|pn^ TOWft?*
I

Vlgl

^fcu fa rffafrT

few

*fa ggwrnn^rf^g wj^nRWTT^fiiwsft *ro mro: hot:

,,

foftrousnFwq

tj:

vroftfaHwaroWl" *ro

3)

TTO*a? 5THT

*r:

tfTOTaiTftranfr

?rw = w:

*rg*aiTfwfr
33

*m

<s

*:

111.

260 C.
Slokas,
Incorrect.

SJWfafP
400.

11

5 inches.

Folia, 28.

Lines, 10 on

a page.
Verse.

Character,

Nagari.

Date? Appearance, new.

Beginning.

& W ^taST^STfTTHrt TO:

tS\%u*\m **:

<

Trftm
2 B.

+ + +

frai^i***^

55 ^

11

warrf?

WT ^^:

End.

irsrifwr *ro? f^renjnzffsrr ^to^t

w yfimqi^
ffft fT^Wf
1

fimsrsr

raft

fir

11

TIL 260 D.
on a page.

J?g*ITTaWH
Verse.

11x5

inches.

Folia, 31.

Lines, 10

Slokas, 600.

Character, Nagari.
Correct.

Date, Sani 1897

= 1841 A.D.

Appearance, new.
Beginning,

^Hj^^lrisfafa
ren
fire

*m<rf*

**r*sw

wra* CTTOOTWjjutj^tf^iiffi^p

fnr

ii

+ +
(?)

+ +
mf
i

+
gj*t

+ +
+ wiw

+ +
|

i?NhFtert

*Tg*^?yjri| g*w)rai3T

(?)

trr^

S*Tsrtft nsnft

^itw *n
i

vnfr
End.

^
+ +

fam^wft ill l^SIHH^JtHlni

fl^hrttlH

+ +

+ +

+ +

+ +

*M

*sftaF5

sft^R^S ^3rftar%

HWJWg^ WTSfti

HOT^r: HMdTH^

ymW *
+ + +
Hifa!*Hqtiii!

fm:

^n luowufg?

iiwfts^f^iH
Colophon.
wffl

?nfw*mw^ui^ n
*ra-

jTnTft^T^nr^^rrf^T^nTftrTf^

Post Colophon.
III. 43.

<*<=< s>

*rf** ^fr

^ ?R^
Slokas,

260 E.

^KTO^iTCTTirafai by iW*rfU
11

10x5

inches.

Foh'a,

Lines,
?

10 and

on a

page.

675.

Character,

Nagari.

Date

Appearance, new.

Verse.
TTTt
I

Correct.

Beginning.

^H^Sn^
^rtatarCtanfiRt

mmrnimzm fj^ifwrSw
+
*

tan

11

Colophon.

*fa ^Phnrf^f^frxmm^ 6wfaftm*faf*flT *mqftTrynrxigfar:

miw

^pn[
8

III.

260 F.

"prirovtoVdl**.
Slokas, 1600.
Correct.

10x5
?

inches.

Folia, 68.

Lines,

12 on a page.
tolerable.

Date

Character, Nagari.

Appearance,

Verse.

Beginning.

^WI&iWtwni

sni:

\*\
+

+ +
;tsct

+ +

+
tmhnfa
i

+ +

ran TTgiTT^snreifl^

$*ft$*r: m^ftrj

*r*ra in*

m^w

srot ftnsg
srftr

TO

^^ gfef
+

*w

ii

End.

*fa faannftJTHi ytff Tsrrarcwf

iltw^^wianfaWftwsrtti
fW^bgrart
ft

11

5?

5T

wrfag'ftrftraroT

iffa fi?rf*ftfrT

g^nfarT: gmfaejt RT^[:


*rcranfteT9$-

+ + +
Colophon.

fa^arrahnrr

*fa ^fimmfTl4IWI*< **S^


!
1

faro:

jpn^WTfranroajs^iT

^nura: *nr *ttto Higf ^sw^ft^nr*^

III.

260 G.

*TlftcrenTTOfc;

11x5

inches.

Folia, 127.

Lines,

on a page.
Verse.

Slokas, 1800.

Date?

Character, Newavi.

Appearance, fresh.

Correct,

Beginning.

^ WT^ ?m:

wWf raifa qreftari mm

\\

+ + +

+ + +

+
+

+
4-

+ + +

+ + +

+ +
+

+ +
+

+ + +

fg^HJsFtH fa 3 * fe 3HTTT

*^ft%

*%

ws^r fa^WHirfiifsiawiii

ireTift^fat*y^fw*nWTf?Hrcraft

fan
OTT
End.

St%5T stra

5T fir

wn&Tf?*- uh:

TT<5fttWpcTftWTfT

trgfarfte smftirt ftrfanr grrfii*i&

U8

?^i i tf l i

fin r Tar** irfk wfar f*

tnfa

femr

f^r^ sr&nTf* infrwfa:


?
ii

^unfisfHi*!^ pwnfl faqfmHi


*w*)s
forftrehf

ISHisggnig

tfwifedytfnuTi^TfT^HRl 5 *t

II

faro:

wjpta-frrer-snr-^T-^rf -sT^nfrf^tfta^n^

III.

261 A.

TT<TOufo by ^f<S*T*n
Date
?

10 x 5

inches.

'

Folia, 93.

Lines, 13.

Slokas, 3500.

Character, Nagara.

Appearance, new.

Verse.

Correct.

III.

261 B.
12

ifftHT^ltW
on a page.
Prose.

by *TTlftf*nfg
900.

10x5
?

inches.

Folia,

53.

Lines,

Slokas,

Date

Character,

Nagara.

Appearance, new.

Generally correct.

III.

261

C fWfW^RBW
9

by

BTOHf
1800.

10x

5 inches.

Folia,

68.

Lines,

on a page.
Prose.

Slokas,

Date?

Character,

Nagara,

Appearance, new.
Beginning.

Generally correct.
I

^flnWlUlAliJ 5TR:
<HI3Hff4tTwQI?

W? flUUi

Hrrf

fr^srcrTsrqyro SrgfapiTnT

wtr$

ii

ii

w
End.
Colophon.

iTlfttflfuniigfr fawfirof fa fa qq a n * n
jjTif5v*fi\*i\\\vf fafci^wf)
i

firrfT

^w
rfo

eifr^l

mfft

tor

fauin +

+ +

4-

^rfvgftrtm;

^^4ir5f^yrwhiu?T^iflajg^w5rwwT g'Ti 'W55fr,


,

III. 261

D.

*jmw
2000.

10x5
?

inches.

Folia, 53.

Lines, 10 on a

page.

Slokas,

Date

Character,

Nagara.

Appearance,

new.

Verse.

Incorrect.

* t
I

Beginning.

Hpl*IW|j|ft!fll!jfH

TffOTsfrfsznijrat annr fagfe f**nr:

srrorer u%*tttt watt

mmTqfl

II

TOHwm^uftai^i trow viwifs


5 A.

^T^gTg^rro^r m^tw mwfcresn

^ngTrrtf^n OTnifRrcnrf
End.

4 4 4
I

SRSTTTSr tira^J 3TTO& ^TTH^TT^H:


#**^TTHUJIlfli
Wrifr

VTW^f *TTOH*
^riyu^H
^trfvT?
{

II

isflMtfl fti^ai hot farsn^

r^rti^*fisfi^*^ to^j

ii

+
ifafti

+
I

Y<VJ<VUWUU gfiraTTWUgSIW
HTT TTcTT^ l^fltf

5f%fW:

II

+
TIT

+
fJOTHt *nlH

+
T

+
fanrfff
i

frfHi wrfq"

If

wffr

fiim8M iwinrfH^T w tiwW uttS^ ^arcrsftsfiTf^gi?


I

ii

Colophon.

|fl4.HiyW3JWgMJJ9il49{

Tjmj

II

III.

262 A.

*TT*TC<?t

11 x 5

inches.
i.

Folia,

140.

Lines,

on

page.

Slokaa, 3,000.
Incorrect.

Character,

N agar

Date?

Appearance, fresh.

Verse.

From
take.

leaf 30, the leaf

marks have been changed


45*.

for correcting a mis-

Leaf 30 was formerly marked

All

subsequent leaves bear

two paginations, one correct and the other incorrect.

The work has been


19

noticed: see Cat. Cat.,

p. 714.

*m
^

III.
11.

262 B.

^^^ji ftl^mf^ by
Slokas, 200.

Tm^^T
Verse.

10 x

4>\

inches.

Folia,

Lines, 11 on a page.

Character, Nagari.
Correct.

Date, Saka

1754 = 1834 A.D.


It begins

Appearance, fresh.
*ft

ftmtfft

5UWU)

fifiRtfar

ftn^i

wisnwwt wjtIh wtOT$ ^

&^m

III.

262 C.
I

^tWtefH:

by

%IW

with

its

commentary by fiwrro
Appear-

Bon of foU%t
ance, new.

10 x 4 inches.

Folia, 13.

Character Nagara.

Prose and verse.

Correct.

Date, Saka 1574 = 1652 A.D.

The

text begins

awn* sfar mnngfH mwiflmi ivSm roira vMieuRgnr


i

The Tika begins :

The Tika ends :

ifiMumfaaiftMi ftrrf^n? *ni

jpofri*iHi4t?i

III.

262 C.

JTOTOT^
Verse.

12

x4

inches.

Folia, 16.

Lines, 9 on

a page.

Slokas, 400.

Character, Nagara.
Incorrect. in
this

Date, Sam.

1856 = 1800

A.D.

Appearance, new.

There are 12 patals


Siva and Plnratl.

MS.

The

interlooutors are as usual

It begins in the usual

way ft*rmftn$

TO

etc.

\**>

Then we have
Leaf 2 B.

in

5*T Ufa?: WR97TRT <H$sf fara ^tfft

HWt
II L

^tsfT

W^ U^ 9 $#*:
by
Slokas, 1700.

U^tf^fl:

II

262

mftlftiJTft^TcT

3^3 ^TW*
Date
?

11x4

inches.

Folia, 72.

Lines, 8 on a page.
Incorrect.

Character, Nagara.

Verse and prose.

At the end

there are a

number

of Slokas

srrarTsrTfHwJtaT far^f faqvi wttotottt^t)

*ro Tftm+

^^ftmr war^js
sft

Hift^t

mrr
i

(?)

11

TOKrarcuwj:
*ror

far ?rp?r

stth^ shjj
"
1

w^ti ij^rT^rq

<Kmw * * grog*
Tnrfsc wrfn

TTT^aTTj^^sr^titfirf*

firamuftTfrmfrr f^rfr^Rfifnmftr mftr

(?) n

f&

fl^WTT HTTT-trrfarm: twnfirrf:

II

iTftSfi*

^rentftfiwifiidFadnwu: ufati) an*sn%:

The work

treats of the

method

of

worshipping Tfira or Tarini.

III.

262 E.
Lines,

OTftoffairew:
10,

from the Mahakala Saiphita. 12 X 4


Slokas,
800.

inches.

12

on a

page.
Verse.

Date

Character,

Nagara.

Appearance, fresh.

Incorrect.

It contains the 11th patala of

Mahakala Saiphita.

III.

262 F.
Folia, 31.

TlfJT^WWTW^WIT*
Lines, 9 on a page.

b7

*fl*5[ *fei|

12x5

inches.

Slokas, 750 from a statement in

the

MS.

Character,

Nagara.

Date

Prose and verse.

Correct.

Padmapadacarya, a celebrated
verses,
five

disciple of

Samkaracarya, wrote 23

beginning with WTlft

ftf as

a commentary to the mantra, containing

letters.

These 23 verses are knpwa as HuMkiort Blra*j,

The

uc
is

present work explains the import of

the 23 verses.
ififf J
I

The author does

not

give his

name but

describes himself as frfsPT

The Pancaksari mantra


At the end

TO: fTOTO

of Mie hook there are five verses, of

which the

first is

an^jT^frt Ufa: mfiya: ffrTar^r

a^fg

ft

ii

The MS.
PaSupati.

is

copied

by Salagrama

at

Gauda DeSa, which means

III. 263.

^itfwra"^
Slokas, 4000

Ux5J

inches.

Folia, in

142

Lines, 12,

13.

on

page.

by a statement
1737.

the

MS. and 3550 by


Appear-

calculation.

Date, Saka 1659

= A. D.

Character, Nagara.

ance, old.

Verse.

Incorrect.

Last Col.

tfir
(

iftewfirwrnrefi

^taTfawtfr

arf?T%

hwkir
?
)

*ro

wyftm:

tjsst:

OTaragpr jwitot rngnsimsnr otto:

*n% Ai*t

^ijt

^mm^

*w*nTTfadTO

Prom

the fourth verse the

work runs thus

OTWt W#tfH S^h*!*


lfr#

jd'QRl
*

HHiriRWII
WISH:
I

Hnf

Wfir *T#t

WHi fiI

Tim hti sgfH^rfTmt ?tvr^[ *gfaf?pm u

wtWstt

w^ fxn st afe
ST

ifgfaji?
n
i

fr?g* *rgrK

apf HamiYusranm

5HCT
-

njug^ fpq to? tot faiwft

OTST% g SWJTRT^

& Slf fl%ffWiq

II

\ >K.

^ftrfTO H^WTr} ^Hpf

lqpft vftin

wtt^
,

fresfa *t

(sr)

sra *?t
i

*tht u

**fMr w%j#t

^rftrn *t ^rjf ^

Wfafo

tfT^ftrKT *^fe'd s;g5tagT


ii

Hwfeil ii^Grw mgfwifr g*fta?n

^irfeHr ^rgfefa

5 to%
5

tngrftn

w^faw:

sTTOTfa tre^fcriT

aigi^T

n
i

^fafa hww^jr Mranm:


1141

^rsfai&^r.
II

UWT 3m #T: W\$X cT^tHnp

The nine nathas who brought down


lasa are the following:
N.,

the teaching of Siva from KaiN.,

Prakasa
N

Natha, Vimarsa, N., Ananda,


,

Jnana

Salya N., Purna N., Svabha

Pratibha N., Subhaga Natha.

III.

264 A,

JWtt^ ftl, f^sPWrfam


Lines, 8 on a page. Prose.

by

X.WW
4500,

11
?

4|

inches.
acter,

Folia, 229.

Slokas,
Correct.

Date

Char-

Newari.

Appearance, new.
is

The fourth chapter


tion.

incomplete.

It begins with a

separate pagina-

The

first

three chapters are included in one set of page marks.


:

The work begins

\f

irref ran? h*t ttt^ 5mw|rtiif*flm

III.

264

B.

fWKfa^n
250.

71x4

inches

Folia,

15.

Lines,

8 on

page.

Slokas,

Character,

Newari.

Date

Appearance,

new.

Verse.

Correct

Col. Leaf 15 A.

*fw

^^nftmg

XfTTlVt *f

*HftnjITO?TT^

- WmtqWff:

mnir
It

contains 10 patnlas.

in. 265 a.

'gg^fafimftn,
Folia, 160.

qtr^u^,
Prose.

^psftiita

by

14x3^

inches.

Linos, 8 on a page.

Slokas, 3800.
Correct.
of

$*uft Date?
tVeat-

Character, Newari.

Appearance, fresh.

This

is

an incomplete

MS.

of the Parisesa
of

Khanda

Hemadri,
bee/i

ing of Kala Nirnaya

Both the parts

this

Khanda have

printed

in the Bibliotheca Jndica.


III.

266.

Contains four MSS.,

being parts of a veterinary work


inhabiting the
large

known

as

A.
tains the

^mi^gT by ^iH*N, a ftsi 14x7 inches. Written in


2nd
part,

Anga county.
character, con-

Deva Nagari

treating of

minor diseases.

B.

11x5
12x5

inches.

Written in Deva Nagari character, contains the

3rd part of the same.


C.
inches.

Written
I

in

Deva Nagari, contains fragments


in

of the chapter on ITOTinHn

D.

11x5
of

inches.
i

Written

Nagari character,

is

a chapter on

JTWinrtrT by

*n^pw

The work
III.

Palakapya has been printed

in the

Anandaflram
Folia, 64.

series.

267 A.

QjfcfilTlTUM
1,200.

15

x6

inches.

Lines, 12

on

page.

Slokas,

Character,
Prose.
I

Nagara.
Correct,

Date V. Sam. 1857

1801 A.D.
'

Appearance, new.
tfllliwni WQ*

Beginning.

tftfrop nwwftirfr "

+ + + +
+11

^'+ + + +

!M

mmwfa + + + + + +, HIQlftWflfH Wflt *fa^ + + n + + + + + + +11 +


*rrcr

ftnrr

*r

sfhrfar
ffftT

mn

urawti arj ? n
TOfljrr:

wmfr

Rnd.

ITOT1

++++

+++

++

Colophon.

tftr

^^fflfww!^M)H|?

+ + +

sfwrarHVrfiiwpr

+ +

4j4A&urfftfUisnffTTTiK0$aqr f&\

wffi&iwjH

^gmraitqrr-

u^l***)

jto

*nfa ^rrfa

^urwjrert' +

sncTfwf ?
11

+ + + ms
tftVJIglUlU 5HT:
I

f^nfti ^Tfa

^^faJa^lHyinfirairfH: ^f^tnfTTTTHIRTPT KW> WUTH:


Post Colophon.

II

*****

267. B.

^rffamftTTSP
460.

].

>x6

incheH

Folin,

2:i.

T,inoH,

10 on
Verne.

page.

Slokas,

Character,

Nigarn.

Appearance, now

Incorrect.

Beginning.

"sftlf^wm TO:
s ran
i

U o fawtf fnromf

few*

jw:

wmHHft sfir + WWIWlfalH


Hfij^TBT TTftftnrf?T^fTfTT!
II

II

5^tHh

iti

^iaumfa^

MmmiiHt wr:

wrftitsfa

| wft + + + ynH

tri*

imfr

\n
vl
1

End.

irensn
Tfir

ifftroTf

jrrifarwt

5 man*

ittiwij^ht:

Colophon.

ffir

^|wnift^H^H^rftawniftBwfi5?f^

q^\h uifnrrft

III. 271.

jfepffRm
Verse.

11x5

inches.

Folia,

160.

Lines,

10 on

page.

Slokas, 3500.

Date,

Saka 1488 = 1566 A. D.


Correct*.
It

Character, Nagari.

Appearance, old

The work

lias

56 patalas.

has been noticed in the preface to

my

Nepal Catalogue,
272 A.

LXXXI.
iw*sfer*rc
2100.
I

III.

12x4*
?

inches.

Folia, 157.

Lines,

on

page.

Slokas,

Date

Character,

Newari,

Verse.

In-

correct.

See Raj. Mitra 1983.


III.

272 B.

*T^H*T
Slokas,

by

S^Tfoir

13x3*

inches.

Folia, 96.

Lines, 5 on a page.

1,400.

Date?

Character, Newfiri

Prose

and

verse.

Incorrect
\$>

Beginning.

fT

4g^rlq

find.

y^^TTOT^i

wfarsftnt

x 5 tot

?
11

&

^wfir*:

wt^t tmv%

urnr^ ftrgwfH

TshtwgiuDwaT^i
111.274.

nTJ

11

**TWC:
Prose.

by jftft^TTITO
Date
?

10>c3

inches.

Folia,

55.

Lines, 7 on a page.
ance, fresh.

Slokas, 1150.
Incorrect.

Character, Newari.

Appear-

It

begins

v$ Jcirffcrgnij

trwrar

irmm

ftrvrt faiiNnq

^il

toot

nm^BfR

ttotw jTreromj

ii

wHi^f mi*,

^nr Psr'N^aTfm^

MWiwiiHr wri

^Pft ufunTiT

few*}

HTTT

l/gHUflUni OTT^Ff ucTlgfiq

TOT n3RT^*Nnfif *tfefoj!IH?Rl


fhr "^nr

W
(?)

unmr

firrf^H^ *p$fa?tenni n

(guYtiMNiNtiMu hhup* ^p*t$w^

^>

ri it

vftitftomi S*T*T

Leaf 2 B. tft
3 A.

ts

hiflEw grcfonftift

urauaifqwfisrairit irairagtrt

4B.
5 A.

^ytltflirtsni

TOTTt

WW

*jpj:
I

8B.
11 A.

fHWl*HW%*TTt Jfm

VMV'

iH)UJm1< riirgn^amH*ifafa: *j:

13 B.

ISA.

$fflUIHHWg***jirMTK*JWUiyiinKiH-

qqq fmnfl
i

*m

*$w:

16 B.
19 A.

ttow

warn* *ra*r s

22 A.
27 A.

^[w]wTnfTftwn^ **ttw:

Uf lUl*fcllfuUTZJ*fi1 fpTIP

20

\f

82 A.

,?

WtQT^^ftVWITJrtftwnTJ

tJWTW

83 A.
35 B.

^
,
?

TduqUnFyWH:
I

tft^W:

V^[?R]w Sl*$* TlWIRt WJ WHT1T:

37

)?

^%g^rn?rw?T^nftrinrt ujiizw

4o a.
43.

,,

^snjfesmrefaft rm sfrfafafH:

^^iftirxrf^witfifaftvHjftrinft tn*r
'

fan fin
i

45 A.

,,

HgaTTftnfTt

*m

TOfsfwfiraw:

46 B.

,,

*JI{JimUU!f)J!lfVTT:

** W:
*$

48 B.

wTTrwSsrlwrr

*m

24th patala.

After this there are descriptions of other Rasas, but we do not get the So it seems that the work is incomplete. It contains' the

descriptions of

many Dravakas.

III. 275.

W^TT^
Date
?

18 x 5 inches.

Folia, 83.

Lines, 7 on a page.

Slokas,

2000.

Character,

Newari.

Verse.

Appearance,

new.

Incorrect.

Beginning.

Wt OTnf ferf^ff ftnrraw

gf^fa:

X
fcft

X x x

irftnrv^TT x
error

uftnm ?f^

wuiimiqiKiiiq

*pf fcr

vm ^| vluflifjyuw*

tn

>

wmjivji WWlfsSJI TrcwFwsmsiTT


Trcwrcrn wOT*5ft

TITT

wren ^

raT^m

11

*rjw

wum mi fauwiawflw

ii

fwg^swwTijfF TC^rgftewwrfera^j

5nS^ft^^T^: x

ipRTOifa fwswi iipnfw wwraw

WHWwFm^n
w^gg
End
srtrcn

inn WTWTfw *fra


i

hF^ts wwto

vrf ijotwwtwt wrfiwrfj


WTTtffiwfH

#taHWTT WTT fWOTT

wf
x

XI
X
||

apqj"

^rw x

x ^prarofr
tl^Si:
l

ii

Colophon.

ffa

H?lufl**li!

WWTWW:
i?tW

Post Colophon.

*m =8
i

f^^WT^^g-TU^
x
II

*nff*TWT*

tflfw ayr ^WrflTW: x mm w S Ht* TCIUIWJIIJTWTW ^W:


i

firwwt

ifli

itamwi*

Tfi^tf^rtf*^
ig

#F^
wu wiy* mm:
<reir:
i

inrftr^ft^rr * w*

wvqirft wro * w:
tfa iftuwwft'wj^: TOW:
ariUftlft
II

WW

t w: tow:

MI famfa^ WT? WVllWHl WTO < ? TOW: ffW T?NmWT^ WTO: TOW*
l

<M

>

gl|l|IIWIlf)gTii IfTO 9 *

,,

,,

W^fW: TIEH:

,>

TO7W:
inches.
Folia,

T3RRT:

TIL 277.
page.

*TSTTWT
3500.

!
I

17x4J
N.S.
Correct.

218.

Lines,

6 on a

Slokas,

Date,

966

= 1846 A.D.

Character,

Newari
"

Appearance, now.

Verse.

Teitaro Suzuki in a note in page 51 of his

speaks of Lankavatara as one of the earliest works on

"Awakening of Faith Mahayana along with

Ohannvyuha and Srimala,


Nep. Budh.
Lit., p.

older than
in

even Aflvaghosa.

See Raj. Mitra

112.

Printed
I

part by tho Budhist Text Society.


Folia, 273.

III. 278.

STfacTfaffl*

16 x 4J inches.

Lines, 7 on a

page.

Slokas,

6500.

Character, Newari.
verse.

Date, N.S.

964=1844 A.D.
255 and by Dr.

Appearance, new.

Prose and

Incorrect.

The work 1ms been


Rajendralala, see p. 113.

noticed by

mo under

No.

III.

Printod in the Bibliotheca Indica.


III. 279-

WRTftreT*r

16x4

inches.

Folia, 255.

Lines, 7 on a

page.

Slokas, 5300.

Character, Newari.

Date,
Incorrect.

N.S.

9641844 A.D.

Prose

and

verse.
p. 207.

Appearance,

new.

See Rajendralala's

Catalogue,

Described by Raj. Mitra


III. 280.
.>

in p.

207
I

sqq. of

Nep. Bud.
inches.

Lit.

cP^TJKTJJ^
Slokas,

(^*TS[)
2200.

14x3|
Correct.

Folia, 142.

Lines,

on a pago.

Date, N.S. 967

= 1847

A.D.

Character,

NewSri.

Appearance, new.
in

Verse.

Described
III. 281.

the same, p. 261.


I

W^rViTC
of

spaces

in

imitation

palm

15^x4 inches. Folia, 215, Lines, 5 on a leaf MSS.


A.D.
Character,

with
page.

12 blank
Slokas,

3000.
.

Date,
Prose.

N.S. 967
Correct.

= 1847

Newari.

Appearance,

new.

**

This work has been noticed by Dr Rajendralala

in

pa^o 81 of his

Nepal Buddhist Literature.


III. 282.

*ninSHT*
1500.
Prose.

H x3J

inches.

Folia, 1
A.I).

H.

Linos, 5 on a

page.

Slokas,

Date,

N.S. 967

= 1847

Character,

Newari.

Appearance, new.

Correct.
p. 251.

Described in the same,

III. 276.

^POTTTftreil
8000.

page.
Prose.

Slokas,
Correct.

Date,

N.S.

19x54 inches. 963-1848


Published

Folia, 312.
A.I).

Linen, 7 on a

Appearance,

new.

Described in the same,


III. 283.

p. 188.

in

the Bibl. Lid.


Folia,

cNJTJRqj^T?
Slokas,

T^EfH

14x31
N.S

inehcH.

IK

Lines,

on a

page.

5200.

Date,

907

= 184-7

A.D.

Character,

Newari.

Verse.

Correct.
Cat., p. 261.

See Nep. Bud.


"ill. 284.

JPrTSJT

21

5]

inches.

Folia,

325.

Lines,

on a

page.

Slokas, 13,900.

Character, Newari.

Appearance, now.

Date, N.R.

966 = 1846 A.D.

Prose and verse.

Licorrect.

The

and also by Dr. work has already been noticed under No. HI. 258

Rajendralala, p. 90 of his Nop. Bud. Lit, hold, beautiful hand on These MSS. (277 to 284) are written in a very
thick yellow paper.

The

Hides are decorated.

They

are a gift of Naravara

Siipha to the Durbar Library, Nepal.

Ill

285
Slokas,

^pntTC^Y
4,700.

15x4

inches.

Folia, 335.
I

Lines, 5 on a

page.

Character,

Newari.

Date, N.S.

WW

1896

A.D

Appearance, new.

Incorrect.
noticed.

The work has been already


Lit., p. 95.

See Rajendralala's Nep. Bud.

Postooi
III. 286.

iim*wi*ii*m***^iw^
*TC*l*rT
1600.
I

* * *

14x2 2

inche0

Folia
'

86
'

V"

pa^e.

Slokas,

Character, Newari.
Incorrect.

Date,

788* 1668 A.D.

Ap-

pearance, old.
It
p. 101.

Prose and verse.

has

been

already noticed.

See Rajendralala's Nep. Bud. Lit,

Post Col.

*i^ *a*

*<=<=

*wna*ur<rf* jrom? ^vm

<

t*

>

After this there

which seem

to

is a repetition of the same, and also a few lines more have been written by a different hand at a different time.

There are also a separate leaf and a half without any page marks.
III.

287 A.
Slokas,

sf^^c^
160.

9x4

inches.

Folia, 26.

Lines, 6 on

page.

Character,

Newari.

Appearance, new.

Verso.

Date, N.S.

944=1824 A.D.
\$ STlft isft*f5m7n7
I

Beginning.

Colophon.

*%

**m<mftrc? ^fteg^TTftnftrri
I

^Hlftumnm mnv^
page 112.
Folia, 15.
?

Post Colophon.
III.

TO^ 88

See Nep. Bud.

Lit.,

287 B. Wqftfwn^njfatft
81okas, 190.

10 x 3 inches.

Lines, 5
Incorrect.

on a page.

Character, Newari.

Date

Prose.

Appearance, new.
Beginning.

**

1TOT

VdU^fw^

TttA WT9T^[ *T3TOt

ftmfa

tHTOffr

II

See Nep. Bud.

Lit., p. 41.

111.287 C.
300.
Lines,

ftWTfflTTTfir^ by Kuladatta.
Slokas,

12x4

inches.

Folia,

6 on a page.

4285.

Character, Newari.

Date

Prose.

Incorrect.
Lit., p. 112.

See Nep. Bud.


III. 288.

"ytaiMfiiClsW
1200.

9x3

inches.

Folia, 103.

Lines, 6 on a

page.

Slokas,

Character,

Newari. Date,
Incorrect.

N.S.

794=1674 A.D.
Lit.,

Appearance,

old.

Prose and verse.

The work has been


p. 84.

noticed by Dr. Hajendralala.

See Nep. Bud.

^ortt Col.

wsnti

^wt^j
III.
,a

fwrg *gsnmt tot^ 9b farjnnalw $&*%


1
I

$to igpiJlJmnl

...

289 A.

ma40|
Verse.

16 x3fr inches.

Folia,

145.

Lines, 6 on

page.

Slokaa, 3500.

Date, N.S. 995 = 1875 A.D.


Incorrect.

Character, Newari.

Appearance, new.
It

Complete.
Printed in the

has already been noticed under No. Ill, 295 A.


Series.

Harvant Or,

tn*
14x3
inches.

III.

289 B.

^W"
N.S.

Folia, 30.

Linos, 5 on a page.
old.

Slokas, 500.

Date,

759 = 1639

AD.

Appearance,

Character,

Newari.

Prose.

Correct.
Ill,

The work has been noticed already under No.


290 A;
Slokas,

297 C.

III.

SRfiroTWJI
590.

14x4

inches.

Folia, 37.

Linos, 5 on

page.

Date?

Character Newari.

Appearanco,

new.

Prose and verse.

Generally correct.
Dr. Rajendmlala, in
p. 100,

The work has beon noticed by


Lit.

Nop. Bud.

Post Col.

? vwj smman ftrammfHf

^nn*f*r

ft

^WqlVigTm

III.

290 B.

SS^fcraTWnH
Correct.

14x4

inches.

Folia,

17.

Lines,

0*

on a page.
Prose and
It

Siokas, 350.
verse.

Character, Newari.

Date, N.S. 720

= 1600 A.D.
Lit.

has beon noticed by Dr. llajendralala

in p.

265 of his Nep. Bud.

III.

290 C.

fwfWra*T^ ^TSJ^TO^rfaTOT
Slokas, 340.

14

inches.

Folia, 19.

Lines, 6 on a page.

Character, Newari.

Date,

N.S. 1011

= 1891

A.D.

Appearance, new.
noticed

Incorrect.

Prose and verse.


Nop. Bud.

The work has already been


Cat., p. 231.

in Dr. Uajendralala's

Post Col.

qwrtufl^w* 1* W*
q|-iff1

fa* * fa*1
1

'

nrra| T
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ftroni qauWn

III.
13.

290 D.
7

*q *K

M*q

(of)

WWTWPflT

14x4

inches.

Folia,

Lines,

on a page.

Slokas, 286.

Character, Newari.

Date, N.S.

1012 = 1892

A.D.
is

This work

Appearance, new. Verse. Correct. which a part of Vasundharavratotpattyavadan


in his

has

been noticed by Dr. Rftjendralala


Post Colophon.
Tjwftr

Nep. Bud.

Lit., p.

269.

W%

*TT

qw
9

aftw Wff

OT

tirmfr ugaft

j^T fwfinft

fiia*fan*n

vwtgimm

qwwW* + + +

ii

<

<
I

>

III.

290

E.

tftraTWT

14*4

inches.

Folia,

9.

Lines,

on

page.
A.l).

Extent

in Slokas, 120.

Character, Newari.

Date, N.S. 1003 = 1883

Appearance, new.

Prose and verse.

Correct
,

The End

tfl^

Wfj

*ft*T&

ST^

R8T

t|dll|4ll3 f ^TTTff

<jjanRT*{

^nwi^nftfytf

ftrr *iyiruFwrT

III.

290

P.

^WWIirrofnirT

14 x 4 inchos.

Folia, 10.
?

Lines, 8

on a page.
Incorrect.

Slokas, 150.

Character, Newari.

Date

Prose and verse.

Incomplete.
of
it.

VajracSrya Kuvera has got a complete copy


It

begins

etvi*n&

WGW*T

JjnPTnff *TTT|!tf

The

class of

works entitled Parajika,

treats of rules of

conduct and

expiations for transgressions.


tions of Sanskrit passages.

The present MS.

contains Newari transla-

III.

290 G.

HEWITT

by

TniP*r

13Jx 3

inches.

Folia,

12

Lines, 6 on a page.

Slokas, 250.

Character, Newari.
Correct.

Date, N.S. 1013

1893 A.D.

Appearance, new.

Prose.

The work has been published


290 H.
Slokas,

in the

Anecdota Oxoniensia.

III.

ltalKfafai
600.

12 x 3 inches.

Folia, 30.

Lines, 7 on

page.

Date

Character,

Newari.

Appearance,

new.

Prose and verse.

Incorrect.

This
Tantra.
It begins

is

taken from the

Atmapitha, chapter
is

of

the

Chatuspitha

A
:

complete copy of Chatuspfyha Tantra

not forthcoming.
I

TWT ifiHIRK *nf

lilftHI^JKHHJ*

<

MX
^UIH
I

smtsjfrc^r

w fairer

wfir

faTjmilujry

It

ends

\$>

*| W^T*

^jr

Wt V^f

iTSff

IT^p

TpTnnRTU $

t*L

tarro fsrwnq

tlfewmi ran f**ro$^i *fa frg^str-

III.

290

I.

Wfrferanr^farT
Extent
$

10x3
1000.
old.

inches.

Folia,
S.

Lines, 8
l>8t

on

page.

in

slokns,

Date,

804 =
in

AT).
Prose.

Character,
Incorrect.
It

Newari

Appearanco,

Mouse-eaten

places.

begins

TCj^S^tfferTTfwj ^JUTS

frw

H^

^^^TTg^Tf%%rnira^n[nro''TrTwi^f^t ferf^n^Trotfinft-

war wm^rfTnr:

wtf TrfmrTTOnT vnrnrfir&v

wrftrKr: mirirajrwiroiff
OTfttjj:

ing
wrawj

fifflfm^ ^ft|minnT*nm?wrenzi vwtf

^tost

OT^ftinfinRi

aH*flrMwirmrRt

anwai^WH^mi: m*r*i'

iTOTinft:
i

OTJi*nr*nir:

fjrrar-

wlm wrtvirq

q m^qng igfr HTTg^rfa^JT'^vn^nf n-

it

ends

fporwn:

vnm***

^nwiMgd*

v*wnTftr

TWTTjjnr ^ftiju-

fwunwy
21

fH^[

mi
i

vftarnng

<rfa

wgir^rawfiii;

^j*irr-

^rmigT?!' i*r*r

MS
9

>

After the ordinary verses

VFPR

+ + + + +

*m5nfOT?f

VW

otc

work entitled Basanta Tilaka


which
lias also

is

to be

found in the Library No.


title

TIT. .598

10 chapters under the

Nirdc^a.
it

It

is

a short

work not extending over more than 200


to be the text to

Slokas.
is

But

does not appear

which the present work

a commentary.
inches.
Folia, 21/

ITT.

290

J.

ftWIJHmHI
in slokas,

10x4
I

Lines,

on a pngo.

Kxtent

420.

Dato

Character,
''

Newari.

Prose

and

verse. It

Correct.

has been noticed by Dr. Rajendralala in his Nop. Bud. Lit


1\.

page

195.
Jt

Hitter's

MS.

is

defective in

tho beginning.

This

is

complete.

has 3 versos after the last vorse of Rajendralala's

MS.
6.

290 K.
page.
verse.

IXt^HTTHR^
in

9x3

inches.

Folia,

Lines, 8 on a
?

Extent

slokas, 112.
old.

Character,

Newari.

Date

Prose and

Appearance,

Incorrect.

It

begins

Q^tftiftgfiji

SHI^p?:

KI4ilfttal|4URfir:

qnf qm-. *nr


*ro

mr

m
I

tmrrfw

fafwuu
i

*rw to

gfts: wtf

wm fir* ira^

TIT.

290 L.
'

wtfroiilfl*!
72.

H|

X 2^ inches.

Folia, 3.

Lines, 8
old.

on

a pago.

Slokas,

Date

Character, Newari.

Appearauce,

Verse.
It begins

Incorrect.

*f

fjj * *Jmfa

^ngn^mtT^T^

<

u*
,

It

ends

^&nafagwfa^wi$5flM b!j $ *5faui*^f3nTzjfawf*ftr:

*imr

tftr w*hitTftfysrqq:

*%%
III.

yfa, <rfW$ 3 7
I

^>

^rt

*ft^w*{

#n

^f\T^ft?fH

290 M.

95***?**?

0x3

inches.

Folia, 31.

Lines, 5 on a

pago.

Slokas, 300.

Date?
of
of

Character, Newari.

Appearance, old

Prose.

Correct.

The

last

page

the present

MS. has been

restored.

Thowoik
hi\

relates to the

worship

Vasnndhara, a jellow- goddess

wdh

hands
is

representing tho earth.


he recited at the time of

The present MS. contains the VaKimdhara Vrata.

a Dharapi which

to

III

290 N.

fcS^mifa^T
in

12,1x4 inches.
Date, N.S.

Folia, 22.
I)

Lines, 7
Clinr-

on a page.
Mctei*,

Extent

slokas, 300.

99^1871- A

Newari.

Appearance,

new.

Verso.

Incorrect
I

it

begins

W^T *3<5S ftmrHTOgfTTIJ

rnnrnr *nr smr y*r*rer *nng#

ti

Col.

wfa Hg^mwml^^Tfwwi^rmTirt tnTTfamrot fa*vffi%K-

III. 291.

Ufa'^fMrmTT
1200.
Incorrect.

Hx2i

inches.

Folia, 77.
?

Linen, 4 on

a page.

Slokas,
verse.

Character,

Newari.

Dato

Appearance,

now.

Pro^ and
Nep. Bud.

The work has been noticed by Dr. Rajcndralala


Lit.

in

pago 85 of his

The present MS. contains 10 Avadanas


III.

only.

It

is

incomplete
Linos,
10a

292 A.

*T*nWTWJ
3000.

13x7

inches.

Folia, 91.

on

a page.
Verse.

Slokas,

Date?

Character,

Nagara.

Appearance

new.

Generally correct.

>

Beginning,

v$

5m: sFiWlU^ifilU

WTsn^p^g afTg^H5fW5iVTT

^fasten: *g$r.

firanfiftnagu!

fcrfawfrH% vwvn snnmw


x X
x

x X
St
tfcn

x X

x X
srjpri ftrft?r

ottt

gragTsft: *t

^fa ^g^r $wi X X


X

faratHHsf**? *gw$fag*ii;c( n

X X

X X

x x
y?T

X X

W*B

HVQjEfltft UlU3*Hjl4l% *ftgT*P5|

?
I

sntftShroR

i^

*rcrf*n^t

mfi^r*

2flft*ff

End.

^^TSTt *Tta$Hlftl HQfd II faci

tfartf

TRTOr

W
I

UtftUI&Wlftli fOT!qfa$fsi?h fftfllT*fTH^f

M*

>

Colophon
TT5^ff:
II

II

99

ff

unupqfttfifr *ro

ram

fijtfta: u

11

>1

smsrossreg^:

n 8 n n u
II

^jR^e:

xmw

III.
12.

202 H.
8

Lines,

STrnjTOfa^T by WjftfanfaPC Date? on a page. Slokas, 240.


Verse ;
'

Ux7

inches

Folia,

Character,

Nagaru.

Appearance, new.
Beginning.

Generally correct.
I

*tt

iti tftm*\WH

*nraT*t ft am fa

rfTTT^^t

*nnf ht

ii

$vm

ri

fmfW*

ftrftw ***r mft


i

$ft%qrr qrerni

ufii# snsrsrT sFrw: mi^rft rafaf

fir
i

swth
Knd.
'

*mi*r uni

wjqr
8

fir

firW

fW
:

**nfa

'

if*

irfwg^l Ufa f * *B

wr*fai ^3tf *ftwu*mmn*7

finfafofai
Colophon.
tfir

mfW

<ng rtTOin*5

11

^arra^MlTwfiro
%giftwi*w

irwnnnfiwT tot**

fwr.

WT^fg^nftat
1

TSTf^f^mr^i
1

fmft

fi7orv%* wgifirywui
III.

wnH*iift*nHi
inches.
Folia,

293

1TOT

24x5

42.

Linos, 12,

13 and

on a page.

Slokas, 4000.

Character, old hook-topped Newari.


Verse.
Coriect.

Date T

Appearance,

old, dilapidated.

that of Bendall's

The character in which this MS. is written is a little older than MS. add. 1691-2, which he puts down at 1179 A.D. The
is

TOTT
top,

open at the top.

The TOTT

is

often written with two dots at the

and not two commas jointed together.

The MS. may be

therefore

safely placed fifty years before Bendall's MS., 1691*2.

As the MS.
is

is

on paper, the use of that material for writing in Nepal

proved before the

Mahomedan

conquest.
It

The Dakarnava has not been


is

properly described in

any Catalogue.

a Budhist Tantra.

It

begins with the usual formula, *&t

WJ
What

TSPFTftafer^, etc.

But

it

contains
difficult

a number of songs in vernacular.


to say, but I venture to
in

that

vernacular

is, it is

throw out a suggestion that many


A. we have the following song:

of

them

aro

Bengali.

Thus

in leaf 2

WtaH ^nft ot*t jitt^


ftrffc

ifrw w*

*jw sfr

mvm inaw fnj sftfr


utoh **
fo

1$

tftfmrt

Leaf 2 B.

^fTf ffe** fa(1 HIV

****

tow

TftreEr

^pnnwr
in

11

The MS. has been written generally


and 38 have been replaced on new paper.

one hand, the leaves 23, 33

Many
hand.

of

the

pages contain marginal notes in a

running Tibetan

III. 294.'

TTCffa'ltfemTVfW^T V *Hm<faa

21 x 7 inches.

Folia,

499.
1779,

Lines, 11

on

ft

page.

Slokas, 25,000.

Date,

V.Sam

1914 aka
new,

N.S.

077

= 1857

A.D.
Prose.

Character,
Correct.

Newari.

Appearance,

with a few illustrations.

M*

>

Though the MS.

is

modern, the leaves are marked with

letters

numeral
is

on the left and Nagari figures ou the right.


as

The numeral

for

400

given

^
III.

295 A.

TTTrafUmT

(SY?f)

by

<ST*bg?CW

!
I

Hxt
?

in-

ches.

Folia, 72.

Lines, 10 on a page.
old.

Slokaa, 3500.

Dato

Character

Newari.

Appearance,

Verse.

Inoorrect.

Incomplete.
Subject.

Leaf marks.
2
5
... ...

an^frsrnro
farftsSMHSi

6
7

...

...

$**n*f<raGi*iH*

...

...

^fpntra
*fOTirSfipn?ra

9
11

... ,

...

...

...

WniTTHW
^nnwrcrrcnii

13
16

...

,..

...

...

ifc^TOwmw

21

...

...

ftnr*n*mw
tnnrram
WJRJTlFnp

23

...

...

24
25

...

...

...

...

jrrtrargmra

29
30
31 31

...

...

VUTTTPlft
jpnrirsrra*

...

...

...

...

SWITCH*
WIWlftHWHHB
JWWTWir

...

...

33

...

...

34
36

...

...

VJJUIH*

...

...

fawrmw
*fgwnTW

38 39

...

...

...

...

g3#ifam*
irjnrrwwmnw

41 47 49
51
...

...

...

...

n?wfuwwroi
lTCTSrmW

...

...

53

...

...

mmtm

u*
...

Leaf marks.
55
hi
01
...

Subjects.
tTfTJlftrerTfiR

...

...

lIlftH&IHW
arorafrcro

...

...-

G3

...

...

fferarrfT?R

68 70
71

...

...

rWl*J^tlH*tf

...

...

OT WWlHm
wfauaitf*

...

...

72
*

...

...

SJH^IUHW
Sec Raj.
Mifcra,

Printed in tbo Harvard Oriental Series.

Nep. Bud,

Lit., p. 49,

where a jataka

is

added, Subhasa or Sirprabhasa.


I

III.

295
?

fqmqreWT*
Correct.

12x2|

inches.

Folia, 21.

Linos, 8

on a page
I

Slokas, 420.

Date N.S. 773

= 1053 A.D.

Character, Newari.

'rose

and

verse.

It has
It is

been noticed by Dr. Rajendralala in his Nep. Bud.

Lit., p.

195

complete.
III.

295 0.

IRlWtWWTlrt
and a few

?hra<?ng7ftn

14x4

inches.

Folia,

71,

but leaves 57 a page.

70

at the beginning are missing.

Lines, 9 on

Slokas, 2000 calculating the whole.


Prose.
Incorrect.

Character, Newari.

Date

Appearanco, tolorablo.

The work has already been


Nep. Bud.
III.
Lit., p. 275.

described by

Dr. Rajendralala in his

295 D.

*T1?fa*o5re
Slokas, 500.

by

WinK

9J X 3 inches.

Folia, 42.

Lines, 6 on a page.
fresh.

Character, NewSri.

Date? Appearance,

Verse.

Correct.

Incomplete.
in

The work has already been noticed by me


P
67.
III.

my

Nepal Catalogue,

295 E.

f^SrWTOflTiSTT
Slokas,
16,000.

14Jx4
?

inches.

Folia,

264.

Lines,

12 on a page.
old.

Date

Charactor, Newari. Appearance,


aro missing.
first leaf

Prose.

Correct.

Leaves

161 175

There
is

is

a table oyjontents on the reverse side of the

which

given b*elo\v.
1

'SffaJVtfefHff

...

...

...

Leaf marks.

yrtsrrro

<

M*

>

Subjec ts.
3 4
5

Leaf niarka.

$$HTSTT*
W^IffTTftmT
jrfHwr^nir

32

34 35
37

6
7

f <ylHiu

mira

^iTTTar^fftmiT

42 55

8
i*

^fmnarTTtT

ftni&wysuffl

10
11

^H^TOTUT
OTtaWnfa?!*
uiffrvnu^r
*3NMI3TI*f
lSrfTJT3TT*r

12

71

13
14
If)

81

82

sj^muiflHS

83
,

10
17

^tfaw
UWTcTTJfTR

84
1)1

18

mwtrcrrrir
wflfHUflltfJR

10>

19

110

20
21

WTIiSlfffaTPT
qnratojiHuiMfli

119
124
12<>

22
23

^i$vrw$nmR
*JE|Tfatf

i:u

...

24
25

nt^RTT

135

Ut^jWTR
gilllll94PT

14G
k>

26
27

^rmft^FT^TTW

159

28,$29 and 30 are missi

31

jprc$*nnsyT*r
*U9KU44lff

183

32
33

190

228
22!)

34

35
36
37

WlJltflVJIIdlJM

...

244
259 265

Printed by Cowell and Neil.


See Raj. Mitra, Nep. Bud, Lit,
^iveii.
p. 301,

where only 22 avudana* are

NT. 296

WRlfWfU
5339.

14Jx4

inches.

Folia,

183.

Lines, 8

on a

page

Slokas,

Date, N.S.

787

1667

AD.
|

.Character, Newari

Appearance, new.
Beginning.

Verse.

Generally correct.

^p

ni:

^gfgaftftnrefaj:

mm *#*n*t ^T^uHimm
Post Colophon,

^tnjmftli

ZTQ

^MFgyfW^

Sue Raj. Mitra, Nop. Bud. Lit

p. 207.

TIT.

297 A.

qsmBITSlfqiirnEr^^Ht

by TW^lfur
983

150.

Lines, 13.

Slokns,

6000.

Date, N.S

12x6 inches. Folia, = 1863 A.D. Character,


I

Newari.
Col.

Appearance, new

Piose.
ftr

Incorrect.

WmmrnJfsniTOt

mwf q

*TTfafg%Ht: XTOoTT^

sfMiti^araMii^sniwrgijiii'i trnrv*!gQ4(u

Wat frc?n Wtt^nzf fa*ra^nroTT$ftr*ffW3%?f

w^T'Twftjrmw^fiTs

mnw
x

f Rift if
n

an(ftar)*37TtrofT'W-

gr^n4uftarm2n|H^MwiJiftriDiftT
ft

wrt *g x
i

x
rga$

x
i

fPWTRnrFRW x x x x
irf^Tftmrfr

fin uauiMifa
%trrare

^fer ^tnsra^

*$

ftrffr

iJhr

^r

It begins

&

Wtft

9*HJlfJW

imfl w*r: fftviNiilsRri^Bft

wrtwRnsfmfar}

vim:

\*\

HWQ ufam fifv finnw

irffryrfrfarcT:

igt apsT*nj*:tfn:

III.

297 B.

aftftftPBITCcTTr-

5 inches.
old.

Folia, 49.

Linen, 8 on

a page.
It

Slokas, as before.

Appearance,

has been alroady several times noticed by mo.

III.

297 C. iteS?!*[

10^x4

inches

Folia, 29.

Lines, 7 on a page.
old.

Slokas, 500.
It

Date? Character, Newari. Prose.


like
all

Appoaraneo,

Conect.

bogips

Mahay ana Sutras

*tf

TUT wftjunfT

It

ends

Though
on rain
III.

callod a

Mabayana Sntra

it

contains a dharani for bringing

in cases of

prolonged drought.

297

D.

Q^lft^STTirTM
Date
?

llx3incbefl.
Character,

Folia,

18.

Lino*, 7

on a page.
a nee, old.
It

Slokas, 400
Correct.

Newan.

Verse.

Appear-

ends

ifoTrerTCTOl

sht: v^ar

$fa mrftmr *n*iH

11

fnrtlf

* wtwin
:

^ OT*
i

(?)

ffw

mT faHiurimw^

r HT^Tyryn;

worn:

jformTzzr

'flwrttg +
It

+
$3"!
I

begins

s> 1*?t

*rV ftrwfHwrnrrwrHr

finer jr^snftrftr

w^rifr irfn: ^rrart

w^wt^g

gr

ii

wguifawifif
Leaf

2 B. 3 A.

wfa
iftr wftT

vm vwoiflcAiif tow
gCTingvrarar
i

4 B.
5

tfWTOn
jnwqR^CT

ffo

5 B.

1 fa fa^OTT
tfo
tfir

6 A.

^R^nn
^rarerr

6 B.
7

g|;mfaw
i

ji

A.

iftr
wftf
wfir

trnsjuraiuummi

7 B.

mawmm
vmvmr
i

8 A.

wffr

wtanranm

8 B.
9 A.

ffh

wftr gtawirf
tffc

Do.
9 B.

guirfrwin

*ftf qifl

mmm
i

10 a.
10 B.
li A.
1

wffr vtomftiqiijMmiiT
tfir irftrninn

*far fciYiUHiii

B.

*fa WqWTHiTmWTn
tfli

12 B. 15 B.
16 B.

v^nn
ihuwrr

wftr wftr
*ffc

ftifawm
i

17 a.
17 B.
18 A.

^reptann

tfn eftiswtn

wfa HH*HH!
ffw utrrdn
i

18 b.

\*1
l{
I

III.

299 A.

WTOf
3(300.

Hx 7

inches.

Folia,

189.

Linos,

II

on

page.

Slokas,

Character,

Newari.

Dale?

Appearance,

new.

Prose and verso.


v#

Incorrect.

Beginning,

^ftqgtTW

g#t wuaiq w^jwt

infira:

jfamt

Kiui.

?*ref

ft

^TTn^TftriTrBaimrTT^rTWlm wipiiH: BjfgfttjTprm x

Colophon.

fwtfTRsrft **nft ^Tfinnw totitt


Lit.,

h4jiwiwm*iw

See Raj. Mitra, Nep. Bud.

page

17.

III.

300 A.

fllRSUTftp
Slokaa, 1800.

13X.5 J inches.

Folia, 53.

Linen, 11

and

12 on a page.
fresh.

Date

Character, Newari.

Appearance,

Prose and verse.

Incorrect.

Last Col.

Wfa

yillfHg*|tWI%

nrmf

*g*WUIr*l*MrNW

fTTR

Leaf

3.

ffo

w^iqtffrftr

vn^jiftrf^OTTrfinrawT-

Leaf 5 A.

vtftrfwrsrmd

5TTH

fijflluUW

6 A.

8 A.

12 A. 10 A.

mrgijtnfutwt f^ftmr inm; uvea

H A.
15 A.
1

17 A.

ihT^TWW *W

Wjpi:

r8

19 A.

tftr wtrrgtrifH

Htgd^tMIUUQVU:

20 A.
21 B.

wyr^Hw^rmgw f^ftamiroq
asiiir*ft*j|jHwaKi1
*tto

vgtj^r:
fjpft*:
I

23 A.

tfo WVmfl^Rj^fs: *nn&


migilUlTftHf" UIW:
^r#&i into*
tISSf:
I

25 B. 28 A. 32 B.

?>

aH*Hf*wnra*M

wrur

to*t

36 A.
38 B.

faw*fttUltfHWUW*i *fW TWl?:


jfgwn'flfifi

hut

vig^gmuw inm
yiT*
:

40 B.
45 A.

>J

vrT$ihnnffaff

*m

^jqRmmH^2M*lft TTW

Wtf W!
: 1

49 A.
ITT.

ffVnN9UJR3Wr 5Tm ^J$w


I

300 B.
of the

*mfan^TT*[

One
III.

avadanas in the DivySvadana.

300 C.

^^m^^^ST.
Slokas,
275.
old.

15 x 3 inches.

Folia, 16.

Lines,

on a page.

Date, N.S.
Incorrect.

730

= 1610

A.D.

Character,

Newari.
It begins
:

Appearance,

WOW

%*HTwfa

W*

UtJiVWU

9^pf*ft trtnps

W3TO otto ^SK ^


1

$*to

vinn

*tt$tg

f*Rf far

%ificrf*i

Ji*9<tji

utwwt

ftrrrfn
rn?

End.

wfir

^wg^wgiMfrf ifl

wwr

1^1
by
*f\*[TV
I

TIL 301.
Lines, 9

rTOK^r
Prose.

8x3

inches.

Folia,

240.

on a page.

Slokas, 6000.
Correct.

Date?

Character, Newari.

Appear-

ance, fresh.

This
It

is

a commentary on the Raghuvansa

Tho MS.

is

incomplete.
is

breaks

abruptly on the 20th verse of the 15th canto


After 203,
it

Thero
etc.

a seri-

ous blunder in the pagination.


Col. leaf

begins 104,

194 A.

ftaTTOSit T^rfwin*

H^IWnTTTI.

*TTOTH ***:

^tai fUT waniftaHt


it

(?)

u
i

begins

fftarnrt

wr%st4: nf

u* snarentf

III.

302 A.

^fawftw:

11J X 4 inches

Folia, 170.

Linns, H

on

a page.

Slokas, 3000.

Character, Newari.

Date, N.S. 761=1641 A.D


incorrect.

Appearance, old.

Prose and veree.

Very

The work has already been


Nep. Bud. Lit.
lms one more entitled

noticed in page 1 of Dr Rftjendralala's Rajendralala speaks of 65 Paulas, whereas the present

ftmI^W~lu3llUCT:
I

III.

302 B.

yWW
Verse.
Lit.

1[

18x3J

inches.

Folia, 18.

Lines, 6 on
A.I).

a page,

Slokas, 800.

Character, Newari.
Incorrect.

Date,

991

= 1871

Ap232

pearance, fresh.

The work has been already


of his

noticed by Dr. Rajendralala.

See

p.

Nep. Bud.

III.

303 A-

HSTOWPW

11x3

incliw

Folia, 44.

Lines, 6

onapnge.

Slokas, ^800,

Date?

Character, Newari.

Prose.

Con eel.

Appcaranco, tolerable.

I'M
I

It

begius

. TO* Ugg^oDftireiHi:

W WU TO^
w
i

**T*Hi

OT$ WT^Tq

FffltnninEjsntrur ftrrtfir

h* husk

^ststto* flfttoii

trer

aftftnmw **ro^*r jifawifduifiitiiijjiufajn-

Col 24

B.

wg^irc^j

*r

*gfcr^ tni^tfluf* uimw^urtfWfwiti

The end :

*f

trarfOTR

mPutiftw i TOTOH*

Mffia WV&Th[&

II

vfir *rsp?t tproi*3

wnr ^r
1

11

there are several mantras.


etc.

The name has been written on the right side of the book. After this But there is no post-colophon statement, date, of the Mahayana school. It seems to be a tantra

III.

303 B.

^WflfC!
1300.

11x3

inches.

Folia.

85.

Lines, 6 on a

page.

Slokas,

Date,

N.S. 788 = 1668 A.D.


Correct.

Character,

Newari.

Appearance,

old.

Prose and verse.

It

bogins:

v$

TO: #\%%*aIM

II

qqnilti hfl

yg
l

ftrarrrc

^nwt^inrfw^HTnrog^:

wripwsf

sftrort

wfHiTW fmrtgrf wnr*mr%tnron*

t**>

*ro fronnftTgnr ginienwuuftafti:


iro
Cols.

% fcnmnf

innnsci

$3 x uwt
inm:
I

Leaf

2 B. 5 B.
7 A.

wfor TOifftra*?[w tTCSr: fffT

g flfafaf w ug q; * u:
:

iRf q ^flaur^uuetfl

^ *:

13 B.
18 B.

*ftr

Tnnrjnrf^fu^^:
c 9:

^
IT:

*r:
I

*fa WlffaaaifiTim:
tfif ^tiT5r*fesrfw:
.tfir

22 A. 24 B.
29 B.
31 B. 32 B.

^CJ^S^ftHfftrf^fw:

I?:

vfir

wS wil ful

srm

IT:

%
tfir

H'NJfiluIinilTBlfir:

^H:i

ipgwrrTmrorfrfir: **

36 A.
38 A.

fftr trofanrfirfir: <i*

ffa

arwT^fti5fts[WTf^ir:
:

uir:i
I

39 B.

wfir q nwwifl i $w

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40 A.
413

ffa TTWT^TOnRfefvj: *
ifif

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I

46 A.

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49 A.
50 A.

y ffifiMfrf* l j|fllfi
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62 A.
53 B.

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ffa ^ qH uftg

farti

**
I

58

*Wwfw:

** w:

62 B.
64 B.

filT WVHUffOvrnUcnilf^^ir' * 8 W:

ffn nrrcRrftrftnrein * v*
tfir

68 A.
72 A.

annft PtfHugq

t< *'
I

tfif IT*?fajTW

** W: **

74 B.
76 A.
23

*fir*taftrfV
tfir

TOfwjW

* IP

I**

77 B.

lTHfwftTO*W*ow:i
ifiT

BOB.
83.

^{jqtfil^Rlf !UM^l**4tfirwr^flH*T4im5Wi

^<l

WM

Wfk IHU f uti ffw: **

Last Col.

vfa

^%TO^TjR**ra*gn%
x x

ftr^TTfH

(?)

**wi^<*s5

rasr:

Post Col.

x ^u top* ace x x x

ftnft

f^mrOT ^iOTJfr*t x

III. 304.

fW**W^*ffT
a page.
Slokas,

by
2200.

**
?

10x4

inches.

Folia,

113.

Lines

9 on
Verse.

Character,

Maithil.

Appoarance,

new.

Generally correct.
\$

Date
I

Beginning.

mft HTimniM

i1

^ ^nrftr^nw
+
W
,

ftnfrorit

*?frgn

mremi

+
End.
II

H
,

II

T*: fil*TfW JJT

H3 Hra ?*imtMfa4k6
Wrft HlFtfl

+ + + + + + + +*
I

TTI.

305 A.
Folia,

^'TCffS^ yT*fwN>:
163.
?

inches.

Lines,

on a

page.

lokas,

by 3R*rfV 5500

14

4-J

Character,

Nagara

Date

Appearance, new.

Prose and Verse.

Correct.

See Nepal Catalogue, page 223.


Beginning.
**' *li^lwifl

\*>f

Colophon.

ifa ^^T^nT^n^rfrfefti^ftre7Tar^rcrii5!wi^iT5Tt^FT-

Post Colophon

^t OT$ *$**

fllfllDfHflMa^l Tftr

^Tq

III.

305 B.

qilf^^U^^nC^ by
Slokas 1700.
verse.

H^
?

13x5

inches

Folm, 9t
Appoit*

Lines, 8

on a page.

Date

Character, Newuri

mice, new.

Prose and

Generally correct.

Beginning

v$ Tift

famef

^ T ife*J3MarHinqircmqnnn^

fan 3

waWw
i

unifawPn&iHii*{ n

m
TTTiH

onrf*%

ftreutiPft

ipisn* uwiwiHwanrfOTfiiitnG-

^^H^

^rui^rH^uiu'

** ai, q^rfT2nnrawT3TT>^

mm

Kmi.

iimr

fey T^fff htS*

*rf?nnT*:
u

*rwmmf

vro ira*smnnw**r

Colophon.

tfif

WOT^f^nTTOTm:

*rtw |rft WuRwiWll

III.

306

*TTO*TO: by
Verse.
Correct.

TOW

H
Y

X 3

inches.

Folia,

195.

Lines, 6

on a page.

Slokas, 2900.

Date

Character, Newftn.

Ap-

pearance, old.
It

2069. has been noticed by Dr. Rajendralala,

Col. Leaf

4 A.

frfa*mfrg

U^
i

fnriafti!

mow.
i

fmnr

mft

firrnryr*

\**

film fin.

win

JfflfifWJITlflljfmUJJIi!

wm*mq anfa

TOwm
?HTT% TIT

q-HH^ *TW
*

fcrarouTfcufi*

mm injur

w
ITT. 307.

firnn^psmw
i

vxmm

1l*iqfrfRfa by JTOdfir
5 on a page.

14

X 2\

inches.

Folia,

^18.

Lines,

Slokas,

1900.

Character, Newftri.

Date

Prose and
It

verse.

Correct.
p. 122.

has been noticed by me, Nepal Catalogue,

\M
TfOTUn
7

111.308.
inches.

#^:
183.
?

by

See Raj. Mitra, 1912.


Slokas,

15x4

Folia,

Lines,

on a page.
Verse.

2800.

Character,

Newan.
It

Date

Appearance, new.

Incorrect.

has been noticed before.

III.

309.

TO^TO^I
1900.
v$>

10x5

inches.

Folia, 111.

Lines, 9 on

a page.

Slokas,

Character,

Newan.

Verse

Correct.

Ap-

pearance, new.

Beginning.

TO

ftnrc

fjnifar snrfir

urift *nftiHtrnjTTfai:

wot nm $$t to?

uTt^qviy

Tpnfa jptottot giruwrt: *wra*n:

End.

*sjiruwu

*TftntT irmrftnft
*Tftr

tot tTgWtsfars

* x x x mi:

Colophon.

wfti

"tfl

an^^ totjtt* ^twnt wmfiufa

unJUmiwii

finrm

wfa ^ftwu&zmjnSr
*

^nftiwiit Shnfiurt tjirfluvti

mnftjwr:
i

(%)

"

ft

mnew

(*) (I)

UTtrfi^TfiT^T'

()

uwail

ii l

iiw

(<)

...

(n)

fa ^ Hi*
15
?

sf) Waist

rro
i

(*a)

mmmsfftiuBrpf

)5

wTqwsnugiTt

wm *m
i

(t)

(*<)

ufWtnm*:

(*s)

(")
(**)
(*)

t ft? inrSta* wttjtt^ ^linrnt wuifMiw imPtaTrrafa toWw>

III 310. iJjftfiPWcfafact

a page.
Prose.

Slokas, 3200.
Correct.
is

Folia, 9\K Lines, 8 on 13 J x 3J inches Date, N.S. 794 = 1674 A.D. Character, Newari.
I

The author

ViSvesVara Bha^ta, better known as

who
work

placed Sivaji on the throne of the MSrhatta country.


after his father, Dinakara.

G& Gi Bhatfa, He names the


works
the

It treats of the subject of public

such as were known to the Hindus.


writer says

After the usual

manga lacarana

:
spjn fffnur hth innHjisjqufijH:
i

ftmflgjlHimuiN wgaft

II

in. 311.
Folia, 143.

*cwwftpin
Lines, 7 on a page.

by

srcn^w

pU pu

gj^

Slokas, 2000.

Date, NS. 672

x3 inches. = 1552 A.D

Appearance, new.

Prose.

Correct.
to bring
all

This

is

an attempt

Rumacandra

in

tho hold

of Tftntrika

worship by giving him


Stava, etc.

the

paraphernalia of Nyasa, Vija-imintrn,

This has been already noticed by

mo

in Vol.

1,

second soiioh,

Notices of Sanskrit

MSS.

III.

312 A.

Whnra^T
1700.

11X5

inches.

Folia, 67.

Liner,,

10 on a

page.

Slokas,

Date?

Character,

Newari.

Appearance,

now.

Verse

Incorrect.

it

begins --

'

^Ifihlll? TO:

^rf: ^JH WJT

TTT^ff err ^fif

*f TTWTfircVWq nwRnjt fcr*ft


i

II

firar

tow

mrrf?rnranv
HTTTfa

wi

^rfa ftr^fwR-^
II

TO

ITflGn tTiraft

vr#t

httt finpr^nr *sft

*m^ ^nw m\
tit ^twt:

>roranft *i

tot^ wiifaTJi

It

ii

ends .

frorftmilji^qi flWHQUVIfliJ:

5[3^1T

II

Him ggrtHT^

ftRllrtTt
i

II

*ftin?W ifhjsJW ifttnfW gw: ip:

nrmrfi^Twrnr

iwRu i mm

h
1

vfa TOravn
Last Cul.

ifteinj

fwrani vijfii^fii

ffn

^ii9^Hjiff)4jfiuiiiuii9 *nftf *h*jj fytftmmij inr-

wj*

**

fl* '^T*

ftrfarof

wn

*** *5**TO n wit flwt * tlnit

ii

l
by
?
'

III

312 B.

ifcrofo
Correct.

HWf

12ix6^

inches.

Folia, 74.

Lines, 13 on

a page.

Slokas, 2100.

Character, NewSri.

Appearance,

new.

Prose.

Date

Beginning.

&

*' ^* B "'

rnnrttf

nfinrfr

yn wwinrtwr.

wm'wn j* Folia, 248.

+
III.

+
I

+
Date
?

+
12x5 inches.
Linos,
9,

313 A.

frBWatWC*l
Slokas, 2000.
Incorrect.

10, 12 on a page.

Character,

Nftgara.

Appear-

ance,

new.

Prose.

Beginning.

>&

Wt WR^
shj
i

tfig^qi^
i

iwu. to? mrnnir w*ww wrokr wd^ncri

HTOTB1PI

TOT*

End.

W*tTOOT IF*

W^
I I

11*

^^

m%wgf*nHrfa trmo mni


|T5JT

1^fv u

iHvhwil

MK-dlT*

sfaf UUIjltfN JT^TTO

Colophon.

*fa

irt ftnymiftft

*$wf&rff

wm to?(

ii

firwn

**'
*
i

yflfaW
UlftlHHJ
*~
...

**

'

^1
...

fa:
Naj$HJ*n*[
...
.,.

*
...
...

*8
<*

mragftn
irfktnsrcmr^I
...
...

...

...

...

* **

*w*fawfii
ffinV<nfir

oi

fafaram*mfr
^gwrfr&rmf?
III.

*
* c

313 B.
8

fJ^HWTOm
on a page.
Verse.
1

by

HT^PM
960.

10x4inehos.

IMia,
Unto
Y

70.

Linos,

Slokas,
Correct.
I

Character,

Nowan.

Appearanco, new.
Beginning.

First leaf missing.

B^hy * frf^T vwki srrfasfa:

^wn wn

w*nfr

III.

3H.
Folia,

affT^f IWBTHpf by qft*Tf *


67.

*M*IWS*fa
Slokas,
verse.

10
Date,

x 24

niches.

Lines,

on

pnge.

700.

N.S

730 = 1610 A.D.


it begins.

Character, Newari.

Prose and

Inconec'

Tft<in?fararwfa

^ft^fnr

pnft
at

wufsra firrfwj**

5**** tot

ii

Wf

iftfa ftrw

wnwrft wwro***^*

it

^fcfto ftrftnj*

vw wwmrtw*

24

\M

Labt Col.

tfo

UCHtHMUl*lfill4i?lfillWlwi

Post Col.

tmwH&ftiw^Hs *oo

^jwto^j

111.

315 A.

*I<"ll?laPrH

I3x6j

inches.

Folia, 233.

Lines, 10

on
new.

page.

Slokas,

4600.

Character, Nagara.

Date?

Appearance,

Verse.

Incorrect.

Beginning,

^W

3ftg4f ftwiRiKHIdl

KlY^OT

WW

tF*TUJWfcWTT e?to

ihhh^rihw.

II

gmq?r

*nr *ro

^g *
1

vrg far

w3^

11

TOTO?

ipr:

HIT fawjUjtJuN*!

II

^tj mrftr Trarenfo ftrcmT*nr tffira

r^fiy^my* ift^

JivtyquytiKiK
j|j|W i q4l l

^qpRT WIT^^I

HW^
*

II

tronnff

vm

Tuft *nrrr *n^t

h*tcj n

wTTftrflnrRi^^r ziftwii.taNmm

w*nfir
i

Knd.

afttrnhr w*jit winif mTifirft


3*qftarfer4R9?ft

cmr^ TOrrfWt

II

t*
i

Colophon.

tfw mnffcrnf
tost:
ii

*fa<ai w qfagfa<ft ygrrferftrefa

w^fw

itvm

xtto:
c

wmu
fere**
i

mw #f # to Hntftr *nnwm*g:
t

*f

irf

art

srf

*f *f **T*m5tar
i

irgftrani

wrnfWimirorfWanTRt ^Rm^nT^Twromsnfirwn^

>

III.

315 B.

ipfarcfawi
1700.

15x7
P

inches.

Folia, 137.

Linen, 11

on

a page.

Slokas,

Date

Character,

Nagara.

Appearance,

new.

Vel

ho.

Incorrect.

III. 316.

tffrfltW by W*?t*K.
Slokas,
1008.

L2010. 10x5
Appearance,

inches.

FoIih, 40.
])nt\\

Li ties,

12

on a page.
Contact,

old.

Prose.

Sam. 1378.

The work has already been


logue.
In
this

noticed in

page 2CA

of

my

Nepal Cata-

MS.

tliore are

four verson, before the

first

verse of tho other

MS.

Bound up with

it

there
in

is

another

MS.

in the

same
dated

sort of paper in

Nagara character, though


its Col. is

a different hand, a

MS

*?tSN%

OBVI.

*fa ugrwnmrt ipgrnrw *ur%fo faraiTOirer^ TO?fa-

ww^i
itq xifrom
i

wt

Tr^T^Arm^BrTftT foT$*Tfa

* mf*

*f*r

ftirt

snwft

mmif^tttmwmm^ *w9

ff*

wrpii4h^n^ref3ran-

This seems

to

be a description of a clock-work in
circle.

connection

with

an astronomical instrument, most likely a mural

The author subsequently


constellations and asterisme*

points the positoin of several atari in rnrioui

\**
MSS,
of
I

>

II

317 contains seTeral

which :
In page 224 of the Nepal Cat.
defective, first
tli.ro fite

A
is

iffr*T*T by TOTfafin:

a description of this
it

work, but the MS. there was

loaves of

missing.

The present MS. begius

B.

copy of

ftrarHT^BKST

with

its

commentary on Nopaleso paper

in

Nagari character.

The

text ends

:~

The tika ends*

IU ^tff( 1$**

+ +
^.

+
-f.

_l_

-j-

a^i^rod

tn^rfrgrt ftf|^

'

#taT wift **** wiy^jjwaiHii^


C.

^ftaH*F[
last Col

and Consists of 8 chapters only dealing with drugs

incantations and diagrams.

The

111.318
inches
acter,

%S*iT*TW1T ?*JH3IT
:

by

iJU*fift**wft
Slokas, 4000.

15
?

x 8
Char-

Folia,

40.

Lines,

8 on a page.
Prose.

Date

Nagara.

Appearance, new.

Correct.

t<
i

>

Beginning.

^fteTWRTlfronr W:

$*r

tttw

?ra

^rfftraTmrsfaarfrg

^^l*5^7T*ffif

w^
i

Hfaailjq

^srorsjm fa vi n u Fh sfhr wtttt^


*rmft? fg*nr wtwj q'nu

mj fosrq

n
i

TTTrfrfsThGrrar rniT^TOT! safari

End.

fTJOT^Tfrfs?TWni ^?TaTftTTfWlf
Tret

^fi^irtsr

to

faiftsjffgsjft

ii

Coiopiion.

tftr

^orw

jtt^

uw^rorovfarwrt

FftrHurnjmuiit

srnN^RfffwHwtrojnf:

11

OJK&T TOTTTT
Post Colophon.

wr%

qsm

ui^f^wjfwt

inft

ftrcnmsnjftKjift-

III.

319 contains

fafafWT
by

A.

A
A

complete copy of

Hf (f*T-*ftfaj*T
^

in Nfigari

character and on country-made paper.


B.

copy of ^llgtnft ^fygtawtftlTi copied

in

Sam
it

180ft

in

country-made paper, in Nagari character.


id

The

sfitra to

which

belong*

not stated.

The.first sutra quoted

is

^ffww: Ufanff

*o

C.

work entitled nTUH!N!Un from *raiTWfPT

It

begins:

^wrw

TO^nfa wrmn^ firwrann

shot htu?^ qg %Qnm\i\*Twu\{

^^rm^mirw

nfauiHUfliiwti

watto^ x x
D.

ftrfv *rn&r^[ ftrHWnnTn.n

copy of nrnT^TJT
It

TsWhffJTWt-a

very

old-looking

country-

made paper MS.

begins

ft.

copy of Pura6carana-candrika on Nepalese paper

in

Newari

character.

The

Col.

is

F.

copy of tnftranaf*^?T*lfar on Nepalese

paper,

in

Nagari

character, of which
verfle 2.

^^T% fl^tewfwrfiff^ *n*ftjft

TTOT$

^n%^U#Nr^T

r4^s MIUHWgHftefftT

||

wwn

^rrw

^r^rrtwnrft: shot ijrot tmg

The book was composed

9190^ lit
ii

(NS. 835

i.e.,

A.D. 1715)

wr 3*1* ^rHI *?1*m


G.

ftiUiH^

The chapter on 1%vm from


Complete
in

t|t|*t|||Uir^IU

hy the celebrated
in

Sayanacarya.

112 learei on country-made paper and

Nagari character,

*M
s

H.
Col.

copy of *ng*farc sratfm: by *TTPHihEr|T


1
l

r*rri*H

ifa?^*^
TOW

WH
III 320. A.
Folia, 17.

tf l^ W tft n:

WWtWWPKl by I[fiWM*5T*T4
Slokas 400.
Correct.

9x5

inches.

Lines, 12 on a page.
tolerable.

Date?

Character, Nagan.

Appearance,

Verse.

This

is

the 9th chapter, of a

work

entitled

Dana Pravasa, by

a Ben-

in gali Pancjita, settled

Nepal.

The topics treated in this chapter are

(i)
(2)
(3)

i^wsftofaran**>ni

fwrunsi:

(5)

fjyfciw
*wrf*

(7)
(8) (9)

^mgu

^nm^
%5^ VHTfttJIHi SjOT^^^
?P^'
'

(10)

(12)
(13)

5^ ftjwminiHT
mfar*

(14)
(15)

***:

(16)

fn^nn**[

(18)

jgiqt
fJTTurt"

lAw
*
'

(19)

(20)
(2i)

WW
JHfTW
I

xnumftnr

(22) (23) (24)


(25)
*

^OTDH?:

fftlfJIUQMftf:

filWH

*M
I

III.

320 B.

fftfaWHftP

11x4

inches.

Folia, 6.
old,

Lines,

17,

Slokas, 218.

Date?

Character, Nagari.

Appearance,

worm-eaten.

Verse.
Col.

Correct.
tftr

miOTt

anw 3*nri#*tfWW sWwmfan wnr:

No. Sloka.
Slo.

Subjects.

27

Vfe ugffrtrf^:
tfir

sio.

46

Tirana*
*y^4*i

59

wfir

64
65
73
78

wfa miM^ftftr:

ifa 5TTTT^5fTftr^
wfir

*Tftr*

= tf*f*

>

di^ifa

wfa 3*55*1'

83
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inches.

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83.

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and 13 on a page.
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Date, N.S. 885 = 1665


Correct.

A.D.

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the end two long versos are given to Ja^ovanta.

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describes hie

own

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la fact the father wrote pp. 61-82, and the son wrote the rest is a long lecuna between the writing at p. 60. The father wrote rather a short, while the son a large hand. The long introduction gives a genealogy of the kings of Bundelkhund from

There

Madli.,k,,ra

Ral.a

Madhakara was Vim Sin hi, under wI.oho patronage Mittra MiBra wrote 12 volumes of a sm r ti compilation entitled
of

YaSovanta

to

Sinfca.

The son

Viramitrodaya.

He

is

credited

with having assassinated Abul Fazal

Sinha's son was Prahara Siuha, who had two sons, Sujananarasinha and Indramani. The patron of our author is the son of Indramani. The author belonged to the Chitpavanafamily, to

at the instigation of JfthaAgir.

Vim

which the Peshwas belonged.


in K*iikan.
*It is

TryambakeSvara
tioner at Benares

His great-grandfather came from His father was an Ayurvedic medical practi-

curious to find that up to so late an ago as that

of the

author,

who

flourished in the 17th century, the kings of

BuuuYda
titles

khaoo'a bore

the

titular

dignity of
of
:

KaTiRvara and Gahcrvara,

a&sumod by the Hindu dynasty

Kanauj.

In verse 27, the author says

inn: otttt^

dnnr

tag- ft*
to

&m

to wti

tot n

The author seems


compile a new smrti.

have been frightened by the length of works like

Dvaita Nirnaya and Ud&ra Sagara.

But the king encouraged him

to

The subject

of the

book

is

given below

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calculation.

16x3 inches. Folia, 124. Lines, 7 on 8 bj (by a statement in the MS.) and 4,300 5,300 Extent in slokas, Prose, Maithili. Date, N.S. 789 = 1669 A.D. Character,

'iprowrorw

Correct.

Appearance, old and mouse-eaten and worm-eaten.

This MS. belonged to

x X Narayana Bh&huka, who was


Pratapsmalla

the

Gum
is

o:

Pratapmalla Deva of Mahamahopadhyfiya and Paramarhftsaniya.


as

Kftntipurl or Kathmaoiju.

The. owner
is

caUec

describee

Kavlndra and

his

kingdom

as Sthiratara.

K*

The work begins :

This
worship.

is

a work on Tantrika worship as distinguished from Smarta

III. 322.

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4,200.

10x3

inches.

Folia,

156.

Lines, 9 or

page.

Slokas,

Date,

N.S. 1002

= 1802

A.D.

Character,

Nagari.

Appearance, new.
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tffr

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13x 3J
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inches.

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i.

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8,

9,

10

on a

page.

Slokas,

3,000.

N.S.

788-1668 A.D.

Character,

Newari.

Appearanco, tolerable.
is

Proso.

Incorrect.

This

an interlocution between Bhagavan and Vajragarbha BodhiThis


it

sattva about the mysteries of Tantra.


tlie first

is

the best of Tantras, perhaps

of its kind in

Buddhism,

as

treats of the union of Prajila and

Upftya, and the beginning of secret worship.

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Character,

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Verse.

Appearance, new.

Correct.

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The MS. ends with the 7th we know from its Tlka III. 290
It begins
:

pntala and a few lottets of the 8th.


I,

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that

it

has 10 chapters

aftuwtf

tji

in^ %^i nn^Hit^

ii

iriftaaHiii

thw wi\v$iw + +

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to

be two works under the


in verse, is

title

of Basanta-Tilaka.

The present work, mostly


by Sridhana

by Krsnap&da.

The other

work,
is

a short one, divided in NirdeSas and not in Pa^alas, as the present one,
at the request of his

almost the same subject, namely, the


hi.

Guru Da^avalacarya. Both treat of worship of Heiuka and Vajra Varachapters


ate

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Krsnap&da's work
;

it

names

its
is

NirdeSas,

is

commentary
of

of

and this

borne out by a careful comparison

the two works.

III.

324 B.

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Linos, 10, 11

on a page.

Slokas, 4300.

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Character, Newari.

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is

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to Vairocana.

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shes.

325 A.

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iH^^SITWr

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to-

Folia, 47.

Slokas, 2400.

Character, Nagira.

Date?
It

Appearance, new.

Proso.

Correct.

ends

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III.

325 B.
1400.

12x4
Date?

inches.

Folia,

33-91.

Lines,

11

on

a page.

Slokas,

Character,

Newari.

Appearance, new.

Prose

ond verse.

Correct.

This MS. contains several works.

Hatha Pradlpika ends

in leaf

41 B.

The Sahara Tantra ends

in leaf

65 A.

v*>

>

The Clnacara ends

in leaf 77 A.

^n^TTOTTrpg TTin?W?n^

vum fflifnif wnj*t


^rer:
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wRiti

m?

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in leaf 87 A.

tow

The Samayftcara ends

The Patravandana ends

in leaf

88 A.

The Uluka Kalpa ends

in 91 B.

III. 326.

3UiH?<*jT

Substance, Ncpaleso, blaok-djed


Folia,

and wellLiucs,

polished paper,
5

14x4

inches.

102 pierced by two

holes.

on a page.
Correct*

Slokas, 1000.

Character, Newari.

(Rafija) ornamental.

Prose,

Date, N.S. 803 = 1683 A.D.

The work has been


101.

noticod by

Dr. Rajondralala.

See Nep. Bud.

Lit., p.

The MS. has been


boards,
is

beautifully written on
in gold

stiff

black paper liko black


in silver

having 3

lines written

and 2

linos

The date

given both in a chronogram and in figures.

But the two dates do not

agree.

One

is

N.S. 803 and the other

is

SmOTW*

JAW fa S**3 *

The first 82 leaves of this MS. contain the Karandavyuha, leaves contain the Sangiti end of which the dates are given. The other by Dr. Rajendralala noticed been has of Durgati Parisodhana, which
Mittta in Nep. Bud.
III. 327.
Lit., p. 85.

at the

T*5tt9U*T SfaTWTiTCZfaT
Slokns, 3300.

10x4"
old.

inches.

Folia, 157.

Lines, 11 on a page.

Appea.ance,

Character, Newari.

Date

Prose.

Correct.

nhort work entitled Ka.aka Bound with the same MS. there is a Vada by Jaya Rama. wmranT: tow tfir TTym t qTBnuHr>qmimrqifa

This MS. was copied in

5*** *
by

(N.S. 8*3

= 1763

A.D.)

in

Newari character.
III.

328 A.

rtfflfsfMn*

one,.

Folia, 45.
?

Date

Appearance, now.

Lines, 10 on a page. Correct. Prose.

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v*

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:

328 B.

qftmmmirt: by MTWTI 10|x5


50.

inches.

Lines, 10

on a page.

Folias,

Extent

in

elokas,

1000.

Character,

Nagari.

Appearance, new.
Beginning.

Prose.

Iucorrect.

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mmmmftqmwmw

h-

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III.

328 C.

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page.

10x1- md..

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13.

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QUUI^QtHlfM on

the banks of the River Dharmadiavi (The Ganges).

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A.D.
III. 332.

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commentary

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had

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this

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as the Bodhicaryavatara, with this difference,

a small

number
at

Slokas

arc

added

at

the

introduction

and

similar
I

number

the
In

end as an Epilogue.

The Prologue and Kpiloguc form


is

he AmnSamsa.

the present case the Annsaipsa

a dialogue

bet

ween

Anoka and

Upagupta.

The author apparently did not know uas composed thousand yeats after Asoka.
i

that

Hodhieaiy a\atara*

^H^STT^
It

Substance,

etc.,

the same

Kulia.il.
in

Slokas, 250

contains 230 vetses setting

for*

li

the differences

spelling of the

optional forms of the

same word
awTsar
STT^iftf Rfftf wq
i

5^r

3T%TO3TTfti 3<5#tai

imsWifa * + + +

f^JJrTO

Folia, 14.

Slokas, .%0.
is

This
It

by

May lira.

begins --

mWtT#tW$fr^faa TOT: WT^fa^JT^T

of

thiswoikon palm-leaf is to be had at the house Kuveraratna Gubhaju at Kathmandn, the MS. ottheeomrn is dated

commentary

to

N.S. 665.

The Tika begins

ftnm?
qrtj

arret sfirot
Folia, 6.

mStm *S* ***** *****


'

"

yMlflmj
is

Slokas, 120

This

a work in verse.

Ananda asks Buddha

the merits of offer

ing flowers to the Tathagata.


m

*i)U \

$\mwq

Folia, 58

Slokas, 1,400.

31

It

begins

*H ^ftasrfsRJTTfoft WTS?ft

TOTfaWfTf IJcT^

TOTRt + H^g faUTSH^HT

(?) ^SfrwrSTT

*T*Ttf*nwrar

It

is

a shoiter recension of the Brliat

Svayambhu

.Purana.

^TTCTOTTWtJ

Lt is

a part of
I

A^okavadami
pi*,iise

^rgr^rtf*S^lllH^

A
II

century of veises'in

of

OTSftfafc^T*

by ^VT^TH^few ^7ifTTT
It begins
:

WSJ^RTforoWS*

*ff 3*?fa

^H^WmftTOirJF

Nep. Bud.

mfrBTH^
for a

WT

Lit., p.
I

112,
It

and Cam. Cat


is a

9k
of fasting

Katha netting forth the merits

month.
ITWTHJT^ W9PTPT
This
pnit

is

of

Vratavadiina-maia, setting

forth the merits of Aatfimi Viata


^al*rinici<T'Rr

A
I

part of ASokavadana.

WIHK^J
for a
T

^laTTT

It

is

a Katha, setting forth the merits of fasting


is

day and night.

Its tone
is

the same as that of

*JH$^iUwq?i^*J,

)ut the present

work

an interlocution between Vajradhara andSubhuti.

97TOP?<lt*lfT1

13 x 7 inches.
?

Folia, 1G3.

Lines,

11 on

a page.
It
is

Slokas, 400.

Date

Character, Newari.

Prose.

Incorrect.

new MS.
It

has been noticed by Dr. Rajendralala (p. 169).


Society's
journal,

It

was printed

in Buddhist Text

and

Prof.

Louis

De La Vallee

Poussin

is

editing

it

in the Bibliotheca

Buddhika.

*M
inches.

TOWT3W
Slokas,

12Jx5

Folia, 43.

Linos, 8

on

page
Verse.

800.

Appearance,

new.

Character,

Newari.

Date?

Incorrect.

Jt

begins

H^nmnii
^nrraftFJt

t\&i arj %*rg

^inrt

n
i

wftura: wfttproyt

Jjrr

R^ nTTOUHTW fwiH?

OTlftmiJ

It

ends

^WffHTW
Hcif w

H<?trTTg?nnj
ft
1

vr^jmgm^T

OTTTf^

Ufa

# JTHT*pi ^wwngww *anr


I

ft

II

TJ^JTfajJW^*^
page.

l->

im

'

llf '"

Foha
'

,lr>

L,m

'

R
'

H on

"

Slokas, 2800.

Character,

New

an.

Daf^

Appearanee. modern.

Incorrect.
It

Prose and verse


as

begins

a SangHi,

being an interlocution between Miagavan

and Vajragarbha.
It

ends

HffafaraSIOTTl

ia

^tv:

'

urn %fnfff trftffrgvwrfr :<mmr*i:


Col.

wftr

^rnsfww*

vfe

^Hinim^nrm^w^mi^rfU ^nm^ifmrnr

^88

This work

is

complete in 36 chapters and

is

called

RWflHlJW
.

and

l|U*JMI

It is divided into 2 halves


Lit., p.

%$\$ and TO#


first half only,

Rajendralala

(Nep. Budh.
verses

261) has noticed the


in

consisting of 1,100

and ending

the 18th chapter.

But

Itis

version

seems

to he

materially different from that of the present MS.

OTrffWV^n^OTW
a page.
Slokas,

mx5

inches.

Folia, 102.

Lines, 8 on

2500.

Character, Newari.

Date

Appearance, new.

Prose and verse.

Incorrect.

The Buddhists
the Uflrf^nwrar.
lala's version
is

of Nepal say that there are four different versions of

the 3rd.

The present MS. contains the 1st recension. Jlajendi aThe 2nd and the 4th are not available. It is a
medical advices, secret worships and
1

T&ntnka work

full of incantationn,

similar other Tantrika topics.

^ff^fflhirr
Slokas, 2,500.

I2Ax5

inches.

Folia,
?

95.

Lines,' 8

on

pago

Character, Newari.

Date

Prose.

Incorrect.
to the

commentary on the Nama Sangiti accoiding

Kalacakrayana

school by Bibhuticandra.
*T55T

^TfcT SW*T

12^x5

inches.

Folia,
?

13.

Lines,

on

page.

Slokas, 300.

Character, Newari.

Date

Verse.

Incorrect.

Last Col.

#t*r^-*vsjTtramT*nm^ *gw*4r*<df

snrrfH

toot^

^W *W wtt
TC^cTmctft^T
page.
Slokas,
13,500.
I

ft

fsRgrfasrft
inches.

TTTf^FT

qg UU 8T
495.
?

II

13x6

Folia,

Lines, 11 on a
It
is

Character, Newari.

Date

new MS.

Prose and verse.


It is a collection of all

well-known Dharanis made by some modfrom a MS. about 60 years


is

ern

compiler.

'This has been copied


of this collection

old.

But the original MS.

now

in Japan.

*RWTT*T
Slokas,

13x6*

inches.

Folia, 437.

Lines,

13 on a page.
Incorrect*
,

when

complete, will

amonnt

to 16,000.

Prose.

*8*

Sff*n*mM*IJ
12x6
ter,

acorn, on

^^
Correct.

or a century of Nerses by
Slokas, 7000.

**T

l|

inches.

Folia, 277.

Lines, 11 on a page,

Clmrao-

Nagara.

Date

Prose.
:

The

text

commences

***fT 5TOH
The Tika commences

<*T>fa

II

ST^?frj$: tfqT^f T3TT^T

m$JT

ipfrfArt

^pqiT^

vfa^rT^mrarcffflR*TTm*nj

Wfwq

As the Commentator quotes from Kahdnsa

the author

ol

stftftrfaTT-

Wj

he belonged to a period later than the sixteenth century


**3rcfUl
I

12x5
It is a

inches.

Folin,

102.

Slokan, 2000

Chmnctcr,

Nagara.

Da4e

new MS.

Prose.
all

Correct
in

This work gives explanations of


?J>ttfad*iC|*
Slokas,
verse.
I

Buddhist tcrnm used


Kolhi,
2'.

Ncpnl.
page.

12x5

inches.

Lines,

on a

600.

Character,

Nagara.

Date

Modern

MS

Prose and

Sanskrit and Prakrit.


is

Correct.

This

an incomplete MS. of the Suhha^ita Samgrahn which has

been published by Prof Bendall.

THE FOLLOWING PALMLEAF MSS. WERE SHOWN BY THK LIBRARIAN AT THE LAST MOMENT, AND THEY WERE SAID AS BELONGING TO BENDALL'S PUKA, I.E., MSS. EXAMINED BY THE LATE PROF. BENDALL AT CAMBRIDGE.
1.

WgT^fTrT? by

SWg
or

sun of "TOlJff.

Leaves

bU

One

or

two leaves missing.


2.

In Bhujimo or hooktopped

Newiri character.

^VtH

in

Bhujimo

hooktopped Newari

Each chapter
hands
lliey
;

bears
of

separate pagination, and sometimes written by

different

some

the chapters end with the word f*TTT^, which shows that

contain the

fcnrTf^W among
3.

others.
of a

There are 9 leaves

work
in

entitled Pancaratra, on the last and

dilapidated leaf of which, written

Bhujimo, oecms the following


*...
t.

=
)

*fo TrarrrS

wnjt

trgroinir:

warn:

sTS*fmajr*T:

**m:

ii

ii

w&tn:

^irtr^

4.

3TT3TO%fa*ri
iuil<4l

TJWTi
It

Vgfo:
is

entitled

^3^TT

by

Tfo

who
ft

lie-

longed to

family.

based upon Ramadatta's work,


K|*saa,

was

copied in TOHjtajJI^T JTfoRt


to

Sreu^eTci^, *TO 200, by

and yiven

Nava Thakkura who


5.

lived in Nopal.
I

tnrTSRtfftraVgTTW
in 10

In Ncwari.

Complete
6.
I.

chapters entitled Anananda


I

See Nepal Oat

p. 123.

408.

^wfcnrf^ ftrfa^TTTO^
Slokas 100
Tnroireet.
s$>

hi

Newari character.

Folia

26.

Lines 5 on a page.

Character, Newari

Date N.S. 525-^

1405 A.D.
It

Prose

begins

?wt

5fTTTO?!Jn7

f ttit^

srwt

*rj|

$<n??$ g^ifr

^wfsmtrtwTT |^w
Last Col.
f

^for

pr$

wfir w^ftn^

faftrerT*ir* H*ron*rcnr

w*mn

^rot^ *tn-

^8*

7.

I.

775.

^ifajgrnj TOn?m**nrt

arwn sor^

*<*

8.

A MS.

not yet numbered,

in

Prakrta, written in .laina l)e\anagaii,

about 500 years old.

The

last leaf is

marked

8.*

on the

right,

and 80 on the

left.

The

lir.st

29 leaves have been

damaged

greatly on the right side


\

The work

ap-

pears to be Haiti Sapta Sati or Sab

a hana Sapta Sutl.

On

leaf

72A happens the following

verse

f^prprr trfnrfstf <rfsj?rercr


it

wrasmre

begins.

CT^r*r TO:

TOY

TBTlW^fT *1* ^fr^9TO*T3*rt


ff

J*m

"&$* feVTf*JH

X X X X

r^ttwit ^nnuTrnf ftrofrojj

( ?

An

ineomplete plamleaf MS. of


Tn the last pag< there
i

Kali

Kranu,

uiiden

in

Sarada

eharacter.

is

colophon

v$> *aftfT

$> afm9?Hft TO:

^jiftr*t
10.

to*

ii

WTf#tOTTTW-^TT*57l^faWG^
and Yudhi^hira.

I'almleaf

MS.

\n

Newari,

Folia 23.
Interlocutors, Visnu

Copied

in

the time of .loya

yakgamalla.
11.

Another copy

of the

**TTftWHTTT*r?W,

dated NS. 400, having


.

33 leaves in Nevvari character.


12.

Three

leaves

of

Prati^ha-Tantia neeording

U>

Nandikelvara

MftU with Varuna


18.

for its presiding deity.

Another

leaf

ending

WWnffST *TO 3HT

**n*

14.

Four leaves

in one of which occurs the following


*T<jtgTT
I

15.

Nine leaves of
there
in

In leaf 6
16.

col.

fffl
of

IJiSWfftgKVSW:
in

tfg:

Twelve long leaves

Hara Mekhala

Newari character

17

One

leaf containing

18. Four leavos of Vyakarana means not grammar, but exposition

in

Transitional Gupta.

Vyakarana
this Prof.

of

Buddhist doctrinos.

On

Uendall writes an^ROT


19.

fafc^

Three leaves

of

Samanta bhadni Gatha

in

Gupta character,

called

20.

In a bundle of long palm-leaves, there are leaves of sgfaqmj

MflU -

fT*rm?R
21.
22. 23.
24.

and ?Wf*ft*T<?taT, the last of which


in

is in

Gupta

character.

49 leaves of **Tg*f^*
5 leaves of

Gupta chaiacter.

Gan<Ja vyiiha in Gupta

4 leaves of

HgWJwto

in Transitional

Gupta.

3 leaves of Saravali in iVewari character.


6*

25.
26.

leaves in Central Asian Nagari.


in

4 leaves of Vinaya in Pali written

Transitional Gupta.

27.

47 leaves of ^T^HT^TWWT in Newari

28.
29.

36 lea\esof Vyakarann.
3 leaves of fSTTOSSlSiT
I

30.

10 leaves of anmTHI^nftff

31.

An

incomplete copy of f^^tlft*J1rJ

32.

few leaves of Tantra, in one of which occurs

In another occurs

33.

few leaves of Vaidyaka with names of plants.

The work
1552. A.D.

is

entitled Wjwftnfarfiro

by Uf *m gf.

Dated NS. 672

THESE DO NOT BELONG TO BEND ALL'S


In

PDKA'.

my

Nepal Catalogue,
.

p. 85,

^tU tmfar

should bo corrected as
is

^g^W
leaves

tj^rfiar

In page $6 of the samo *{JtIMl*UH*F[

said

to bo

finished in

40

leaves.
is

But

it

really ends in leaf 37.


in

Of the other threo


discussed; in anothor
written
in

one

dilapidated
is

which
,

^TJl

is

some Tantrika worship


occurs tho following -

treated of

in

the third,

Kutiln

ftr%

5^

ii

w
x

*crfaiiHhff

jw win %^d"1ttt^
x

ii

TTT^r-TTTmr^iTw^VT^nftrr^r-'^rtinr-

iwavw

^TOTTOTO
fffcHsruTfut

Ht^fffT^r^g^t
^ftf^TUgfH

(M

karikas)

in Maithila.
I

switch ^fT^TT
Date N.
in

Newari character.

S. 684.

UHyHW?
It

**** c

Khanapu

.*

H miles to

the east of Bhatgam.

was then under


leaves:

the rule of C.angadevn.

fawfirgfSTOW 2-9
J.A.S.B, 1897.

by Aryadeva

Published by

me

in

fawm"T*i

1 leaf

only

by Aryadeva

igg qif Tmmi

wamtrnHi

32

APPENDIX
J
l

A.

TABLE OF CONTENTS OF VRHADDHARANf Without number. age 244. SAMGRAHA.


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