A descriptive catalogue of poets quoted in Sanskrit by Ludwik Sternbach PDF

By Ludwik Sternbach

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IS 2018, SMS VI = Am~r 2; (18) VS 1612, PuPra 643, SkY 654/Kav 367 (a. , SMS VII, (v. Kav p. 57, G. 63, p. 156 v. 63; (19) VS 1837 (a. Banakavi), SMS VI (v. Kav~. ), (v. Kav p. 27, VS 1715, SP 3855, SMS VII, (v. Kav p. 1], SMS VII, (v. Kav p. , SMS VII, (v. Kav p. 57); (24) PG 302 (a. 21 (a. , SMS VII, (v. Kav p. 57); (25) Auc ad 20 (59), SMS VIII, (v. Kav p. , SMS VIII, (v. Kav p. , SMS VIII, (v. Kav p. 8 (ab only), SMS VIII, (v. Kav p. 7, as an example of a samasya, (v. , (Kavp. 58, 1. : (32) BhPr 103 (a.

Nothing worth noting. 37-42, SACA 848. See A. >r~1"Of'~ i No information. Probably different from Prabhakara (No. 859) and Prabhakaradeva '"-11Cf'~ 862 . ~Jr ;srll1cr

BhPr 247 . CC -, SACA 888. No: quoted in CC i- The verse occ~rs in BhPr only and is obviously in majorem gloriam attributed to the son of Bana. Verse full of puns. E F 5frii. ~~ r No information.

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