Manuscript is used for contemplation, study, and recitation and is a post-Vedic Hindu philosophical treatise that has been
influenced by both saṃkhyā and Vedānta schools of philosophy, synthesizing traditions associated with yoga and other contemplative
practices in formulating a connection between an understanding of ultimate reality and the individual self (ātman). Manuscript
is part of a larger group of late upaniṣads known as the Yoga-upaniṣads.
Title from title page (f. 1r).
Written in 9 lines per leaf.
10 leaves foliated 1-10, upper left and lower right verso.
Mistakes blacked out; some corrections and a few additions in margins.
UPenn Ms. Coll. 390, Item 924
Collection of Indic Manuscripts. Item 924
Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts University of Pennsylvania Ms. Coll. 390
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