MS PUL Woolner 7719


A. MS Identification Data

Accession No. 7719
Catalogue No. 82  (Vol. II, p. 6)
PUL Subject Classification Nyāya
PUL Cabinet and Shelf No. 26  (not visible on any of the MS picture files)

B. Physical Description of MS

Support and Layout

Writing Support regular hand made paper
Condition worn/brittle  (stained, wormholes, sides worn)

Size in mm

Folio 330 x 120
Writing Area 260 x 75

Margin Lines

Type other  (four close fine lines)
Colour black

String Holes

Lines and Akṣaras

Lines per Folio (from Personal Inspection) 10
Akṣaras per Line 63

Foliation and Physical Completeness of MS

Foliation (from Catalogue) 19-71
Foliation (from Label) 19-71
Foliation (from Personal Inspection) 53
Physical Completeness incomplete

Extent of the Text Present in the MS

Extent (from Catalogue) incomplete
Extent (from Label) incomplete
Extent (from Personal Inspection) 19-31, 31-54, 54-55, 57-71

Script and Scribal Conventions

Script Devanāgarī
Style of Writing upright  (narrow; akṣaras are higher than wide)
No. of Hands one
Punctuation daṇḍas

Emphasis

Rubrication Yes

Structural Elements

Special Characters? Yes  (rare circles)

Foliation etc.

Foliation

Location of Foliation verso, upper left and lower right margin
Number of Hands one

Auspicious or Devotional Elements

Element rāmaḥ
Location verso, lower right margin, above foliation

Changes and Additions to the Text

Place
Main writing area and margins  (in the margins of all four sides)
Script Devanāgarī
Linking Method kākapādas in the text, alignment  (number of line added to the insertions in upper and lower margin)
Style of Writing neat, smaller than main text, by second hand
Frequency infrequent  (much more frequent in the end of the MS)
Characteristics

Further Special Features

Other Special Features

C. Title and Extracts

Title of Work

Title of Work
Tattvacintāmaṇi (Śabdakhaṇḍa)
   Source: PUL Catalogue (Vol. II, p. 6 ) / PUL Label

Beginning and End of Manuscript

Beginning of Text

End of Text

Concluding Elements

D. MS Data for Prosopography