Ms. Coll. 390, Item 840 - Ānandagiri, active 13th century - Gauḍapādabhāṣyaṭīkā
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Ānandagiri, active 13th century.
1 item (113 leaves) : paper ; 12 x 27 cm.
In Sanskrit (Devanāgarī)
Manuscript is used for contemplation and study and is a Hindu philosophical treatise and commentary (ṭīkā) on the Gauḍapādabhāṣya, which is itself a commentary on an early work called the Sāṃkhya Kārikā, and considered an early work of the Vedānta school of philosophy, though from a point of view of monism rather than non-dualism.
Govinda Brahma, scribe.
Gauḍapāda Ācārya. Gauḍapādakārikā.
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Manuscripts, Sanskrit - 19th century.
Manuscripts - India - 19th century.
Title from colophon (f. 112v); alternate title Māṇḍūkyagauḍapādīyabhāṣyaṭīkā from marginal abbreviations throughout.
Written in 11 lines per leaf.
113 leaves foliated 1-11, 11-112, upper left and lower right verso.
Colophon: iti śrīparamahaṃsaparivrājakācāryaśrīśuddhānaṃdapūjyapādaśiṣyabhagavadānaṃdajñānakṛtāyāṃ gauḍapādabhāṣyaṭīkāyāṃ caturdhaprakaraṇaṃ saṃpūrṇaṃ // (f. 112v).
Dated saṃvat 1859 (1802) (f. 112v).
Scribe is Govinda Brahma who wrote the work in the city of Varāṇasī (Kāśī) (f. 112v); written with the same scribal hand as Ms. Coll. 390, Item 852, and is a companion to that work.
Mistakes covered over in yellow or blacked out; some corrections and additions in margins; significant syllables, words, or phrases highlighted in red throughout; some vertical margins marked with double black line. Part of the manuscript (f. 11-52) is older than the rest of the manuscript; additional folios were added to the beginning and end of the manuscript to supplement the earlier work in a different scribal hand.
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Listed in H.I. Poleman, Census of Indic Manuscripts in the United States and Canada (New Haven, Conn.: American Oriental Society, 1938), Poleman 726 (UP 840).
UPenn Ms. Coll. 390, Item 840
Collection of Indic Manuscripts. Item 840
Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts University of Pennsylvania Ms. Coll. 390