MS PUL Woolner 6042

A. MS Identification Data

Accession No. 6042
Catalogue No. 312  (Vol. II, p. 20)
PUL Subject Classification Nyāya

B. Physical Description of MS

Support and Layout

Writing Support paper
Condition damaged  (worm eaten, sides brittle and broken, parts of text lost; also "old and injured" according to the Catalogue)

Size in mm

Folio 280 x 120
Writing Area 242 x 100

Margin Lines

Type double
Colour red

String Holes

Lines and Akṣaras

Lines per Folio (from Personal Inspection) 19  (14 on verso, where text ends)
Akṣaras per Line 55

Foliation and Physical Completeness of MS

Foliation (from Catalogue) 1
Foliation (from Label) 1
Foliation (from Personal Inspection) 1
Physical Completeness complete  (except for the broken parts)

Extent of the Text Present in the MS

Extent (from Label) complete  (40 granthas)

Script and Scribal Conventions

Script Devanāgarī
Style of Writing upright
No. of Hands one  (except for marginals)
Punctuation single daṇḍas


Other Emphasis underlining  (with blue and red colored crayon in the colophons)

Gaps and Fillers

Line Fillers line left incomplete

Foliation etc.


Location of Foliation verso, upper left corner
Number of Hands one

Marginal Title Information

Abbreviation vyā.khaṃ.
Location verso, upper left corner
Further Features

Changes and Additions to the Text

Script Devanāgarī
Linking Method kākapāda and alignment
Frequency infrequent  (only on the recto leaf)

Further Special Features

Other Special Features

C. Title and Extracts

Title of Work

Title of Work
   Source: PUL Catalogue (Vol. II, p. 20)
   Source: PUL Label / Text (1r,1)
   Source: Concluding elements (1v,13)
   Source: Title Page or Title Folio (1v, red colored crayon, nāgarī)

Beginning and End of Manuscript

Namaskāra Phrase
Beginning of Text

End of Text

Concluding Elements

D. MS Data for Prosopography

Kuralānvayacaṃdra Bhaṭṭācāryya
   Source: Text (1r,1)
Bhaṭṭācārya (Kuralānvaya)
   Source: PUL Catalogue (Vol. II, p. 20)
   Note: brackets in the catalogue
Bhaṭṭācārya Kural(ān)va(ya)
   Source: PUL Label
   Note: Kuralānvaya is not clearly legible