MS PUL Woolner 7269


A. MS Identification Data

Accession No. 7269
Catalogue No. 85  (Vol. II, p. 6)
Additional Nos.
PUL Subject Classification Nyāya

B. Physical Description of MS

Support and Layout

Writing Support paper
Condition worn/brittle  (edges brittle and broken, large parts of paper lost, but text perfectly readable, except for folio 47v: text faded and blurred)

Size in mm

Folio 400 x 89
Writing Area 290 x 30

Margin Lines

Type none

String Holes

Lines and Akṣaras

Lines per Folio (from Personal Inspection) 6  (13 lines on 47v)
Akṣaras per Line 65  (ca. 70 on folio 47v)

Foliation and Physical Completeness of MS

Foliation (from Catalogue) 47  (folios 35-38 missing)
Foliation (from Label) 47  ("47; ll. 35-38")
Physical Completeness incomplete

Extent of the Text Present in the MS

Extent (from Catalogue) incomplete
Extent (from Label) incomplete
Extent (from Personal Inspection) 600 granthas  (according to label and folio 1r; folios 35-38 missing according to label)

Script and Scribal Conventions

Script Devanāgarī
Style of Writing upright  (somewhat sloppy)
No. of Hands two  (second hand on folio 47v)
Punctuation daṇḍas

Emphasis

Other Emphasis underlining  (part of colophon in 1v,2)

Foliation etc.

Foliation

Location of Foliation verso, right margin
Script of Pagination baṅglā
Number of Hands two  (probably another hand on 47v)
Further Features

Auspicious or Devotional Elements

Element śrīḥ
Location recto, right margin

Changes and Additions to the Text

Place
Margins
Frequency infrequent  (on the folios available)

Further Special Features

Other Special Features

C. Title and Extracts

Title of Work

Title of Work
Tattvacintāmaṇivyākhyā – Dīdhiti
   Source: PUL Catalogue (Vol. II, p. 6)
Tattvacintāmaṇi Dīdhiti
   Source: PUL Label
Dīdhiti
   Source: Text (1v,1)

Beginning and End of Manuscript

Namaskāra Phrase
Preliminaries
Beginning of Text

End of Text

Concluding Elements

D. MS Data for Prosopography


Author
Tārkika Śiromaṇi
   Source: Text (1v,2)
Raghunātha
   Source: PUL Catalogue (Vol. II, p. 6)