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NAMES OF AUTHORS AND TITLES OF THEIR WORKS.


A

Abhijñānaśakuntalā see Kālidāsa.

Abhinavagupta, a dramatic critic, mentioned in SD. 506.

Abhinavarāghavānandā see Maṇika.

Abhirāmamaṇi see Sundara Miśra.

Adbhutadarpaṇa see Mahādeva.

Adbhutarāghava see Vanamāli.

Adbhutaraṅga prahasana A 1. p. 8.

Adbhutārṇava see Kavibhūṣaṇa.

Aditikuṇḍalāharaṇa see Kādamba.

Ahalyāsaṃkrandana A 1. p. 37.

Aindavānanda see Rāmacandra Kavi.

Ambāla see Varadācārya.

Ambikādatta Vyāsa Sāmavata, an original drama in six acts on the Pauranik legend of Sāmavān. Preceded by an essay on the dramatic art and accompanied by short notes by Babunandana and followed by a Prākrit-Sanskrit glossary. Bankipur, 1888, pp. 19 + 139 + 14.

Ammāl Vedāntavilāsa A 1. p. 29.

Amogharāghava mentioned in RS.

Amṛtacandra Sūri Samayasāra L. app. p. 81.

Amṛtodaya A 1. p. 29.

Amṛtodaya see Gokulanātha.

Ānandadhara Mādhavānala A 1. p. 450 = 2 Mss.; A 3. p. 97.

Ānandakośa prahasana mentioned in RS.

Ānandalatikā see Kṛṣṇanātha.

Ānandarāghava see Cūḍāmaṇi.

Ānandarāya see Vedakavisvāmin.

Ānandarāya Makhin, son of Nārāyaṇa or Nṛsiṃharāya (A 2. p. 9), wrote about 1780, Jīvānandana A 2. p. 201.

Idem Jīvānandana. Edited by Durgāprasāda and Parab. Bombay, 1891, pp. 3 + 108. Kāvyamālā, no. 27.

Idem Vidyaparinaya A i. p. 574 ; A 2. p. 225 ; A 3. p. 121.

Idem Vidyaparinayana. Edited by Sivadatta and Parab. Bombay, 1893, pp. 3 + 88. Kavyamala, no. 39.

Anandasundari sattaka A i. p. 49.

Anandasundarl see Ghana^yama.

Anandatilaka bhana A i. p. 46.

Anangabrahmavidyavilasa see Varadacarya.

Anangajivana see Varada.

Anafigalatika L. app. p. 73.

Anangalekha mentioned in Alamkaravimar^ini.

Anangamangala see Sundara Kavi.

Anangasamjivana see Varada.

Anangasarvasva see Laksminrsimha.

Anangavijaya see Jagannatha Pandita.

Anantadeva, son of Apadeva, Krsnabhakticandrika A i. p. 121 = 9 Mss. ; A 2. p. 28 = 3 Mss. ; A 3. p. 27 = 4 Mss.

Idem Krsnabhakticandrika, a short drama in 177 verses with prose interspersed. Poona, 1878-88. In Kavyetihasa- samgraha, 4, nos. 10-12.

Anantarama Svanubhutyabhidha A i. p. 752.

Anargharaghava see Murari.

Angada see Bhubhatta.

Anjanapavanamjaya see Hastimalla.

Antaravyakarana see Krsnananda.

Anutapanka quoted in SD. 481.

Appa^astrin Lavaliparinaya A i. p. 543.

Idem Sarasvatadarsa A i. p. 714.

Appayya Diksita Vasumatlcitrasenavilasa A i . p. 557.

Arjunaraja see Hastimallasena.

Arunagirinatha Yogananda prahasana A i. p. 481 ; A 2. p. 177 = 2 Mss. ; A 3. p. 151. This play is called in A 2. Somavalliyogananda.

Asvamedha see Sumatijitamitramalladeva.

Atandracandrika see Jagannatha and Vidyanidhi.

Atiratrayajin ( 1 6th century) Kusakumudvatlya A i. p. 113.

 

B

Badhyasila see Vadhyasila.

Balabharata see Raja^ekhara.

Balacarita quoted in SD. 346.

Bala Kavi Gairvanivijaya. The triumph of Sanskrit. A short allegorical play, referring to the foundation of Sans- krit schools in Travancore. Palghat, 1 890, pp. 1 2.

Balakrsna Muditaraghava A 2. p. 106.

Balaramayana see Raja§ekhara.

Balivadha prenkhana mentioned in SD. 547.


Bāṇa Bhaṭṭa (7th century), son of Citrabhānu.

Mukutataditaka mentioned by Candapala on Damayantikavya (p. 227). Cf. L. app. p. 78.

 

Parvatiparinaya. Manuscripts. A i. p. 336= 13 Mss.; A 3. p. 72; Hz. 3. 1849.

Text Editions. Parvatiparinaya. Herausgegeben von Prof K. Glaser. In Sitzungsb. der kais. Akad. der Wiss. (zu Wien), 104 (1883), pp. 578-612.

Parvatiparinaya. Edited by M. R. Telang. Bombay, 1892, pp. 48.

Parvatiparinaya. Edited with commentary, notes, and transla- tion by T. R. Ratnam Aiyar. Kumbhakonam, 1898, pp. 214.

Translations. Paryati's Hochzeit. Ein indisches Schauspiel iiber- setzt von Dr. K. Glaser. (Separatabdruck aus dem Jahres- bericht des K. K. Staats-Gymnasiums in Trieste, 1886, pp. 9 + 38.)

ParvatI Parinaya, translated from Sanskrit into Marathi by P. B. Godbole. Poona, 1869 ; new ed., revised by V. P. Shastrl, Bombay, 1872, pp. 160.

Criticism. Glaser, K. Uber Bana's Parvatiparinaya. In Sitz- ungsb. der kais. Akad. der Wiss. (zu Wien), 104 (1883)^ pp. 575-664. [Cf. also the review by Fritze, in Literatur- Blatt fur Orientalische Philologie, i (1884), pp. 184-185.]

Telang, K. T. The Parvatlparinaya of Bana. In I A. 3 (1874), pp. 219-221.

 

Bana Bhatta Sarvacarita A i. p. 701.

Bhagavadabjaka quoted in Rucipati's commentary on the Anargharaghava of Murari (ed. of Durgaprasada and Parab, p. 7).

Bhagavadajjuka prahasana mentioned in RS.

Bhagavantaraya Raghavabhyudaya A 2. p. 117.

Bhagavata Krsnakavi Sarmisthayayati A i. p. 638.

Bhaimiparinaya A i. p. 416 = 9 Mss. and i Com.

Bhaimlparinaya see Ratnakheta, Sathakopacarya, and Venkatacarya.

Bhairavapradurbhava L. app. p. 78.

Bhanumatiparinaya (?) L. app. p. 78 (but cf A i. p. 405).

Bhanuprabandha see Venkate^a.

Bharadvaja Kaleyakutuhala prahasana A i. p. 396.

Idem Kaleyakutuhala. Poona, 1882, pp. 32. In Kavyeti- hasasamgraha, 5, nos. 2-5.

Bharataraja see Hastimallasena.

Bhartrharinirveda see Harihara.

Bhartrmentha, a Kashmirian playwright of the sixth century (cf A I. p. 397).

Bhasa Svapnavasavadatta, mentioned in prologue to Mala- vikagnimitra of Kalidasa. Cf F. Hall, Fragments of three early Hindu dramatists, in JASBe. 28 (1859), pp. 28-30.

Bhaskara Unmattaraghava A i. p. 66.

Idem Unmattaraghava. A drama in prose and verse in one act, on the story of Rama. Bombay, 1889, pp. 3+ 16. Kavyamala, no. 17. [Reprinted from an edition published in Palamanair by S. S. Sastri.]

Bhatta Narayana see Narayana.


Bhavabhūti (end of seventh century).

Mahavlracarita. Manuscripts. A i. p. 443 = 29 Mss. and 3 Com. ; by Atmarama i, by Viraraghava i ; A 2. pp. 102, 217 = 7 Mss. and Com. by Viraraghava 2 ; CS. 242 ; Hz. 3. 1575; 10. 7. 4135, 4136. Analyzed by Wilson, 2, PP- 323-334.

Text Editions. Mahavlracarita, or the history of Rama, edited by F. H. Trithen. London, 1848, pp. 4 + 147.

Mahavlracarita. Edited by T. Tarkavacaspati with occasional glosses. Calcutta, 1857, pp. 2 -|- 120.

Mahavlracarita. Edited with notes by J. Vidyasagara. Cal- cutta, 1873, PP- 142.

Mahavlracarita. Edited by Anundoram Borooah, with a Sanskrit commentary and a Sanskrit-English glossary. Calcutta and London, 1877, pp. 13 + 310.

Mahavlracarita, edited with various readings and notes in San- skrit by S. G. Jyotishi. Poona, 1887, pp. 135 + 29.

Mahavlracarita, with the commentary of Viraraghava, edited by T. R. Ratnam Aiyar, S. Rangachariar, and K. P. Parab. 1° ed., Bombay, 1892, pp. 260; 2° ed., 1901, pp. 260.

Mahavlracarita, a Sanskrit drama, with the commentaries of Laksmana Suri. New ed., Madras, 1904, pp. 270.

Translations. Mahaviracarita. The Adventures of the Great Hero Rama. An Indian Drama in seven acts. Translated into English prose from the Sanskrit by John Pickford. London, 1871, pp. 16 -f 172. Reprinted 1892, pp. 20 + 172.

 

Malatimadhava prakarana. Manuscripts. A i. p. 453 = 62 Mss. and Com. by Jagaddhara 11, by Tripurari Suri 10, by Manahka 3, by Raghava Bhatta i, a condensed version by Maithila Sarman i ; A 2. p. 104 = 7 Mss. and Com. by Jagaddhara i, by Tripurari i, by Narayana i, Prakrtachaya i; CS. 243, 244; 10. 7-4125, 4126, 4127, 4128,4129, 4130; TT. 61 ; Com. by Jagaddhara, SCBen. 430, 10. 7. 4130, 4131, 4132 ; Com. by Mananka, 10. 7. 4130, 4133 ; condensed version by Maithila Sarman, 10. 7. 4134.

Text Editions. Malatimadhava, with a commentary of the. Prakrit passages. Calcutta, 1830, pp. 175.

Malatimadhavae fabulae actus primus cum variis lectionibus edidit C. Lassen. Bonn, 1832, pp. 48.

Malatimadhava, with a translation of the Prakrit passages, edited by K. C. Dutt. Calcutta, 1866, pp. 148.

Malatimadhava, with the commentary of Jagaddhara, edited with notes, critical and explanatory, by R. G. Bhandarkar. Bom- bay, 1876, pp. 399 -f ^6. Bombay Sanskrit Series, no. 15.

Malatimadhava, edited with a commentary by J. Vidyasagara. Calcutta, 1876, pp, 185.

Malatimadhava, with the commentary of Tripurarisuri called Bhavapradipika, in Telugu. Madras, 1883, pp. 176 -}- 128.

Malatimadhava. Satika. Part i. Calcutta, 1886, pp. 60.

Malatimadhava, with the commentary of Jagaddhara, edited with an interpretation of the Prakrit passages by Bhuvanacandra Vasaka. Calcutta, 1886, pp. 317.

Malatimadhava, with the commentaries of Tripurari and Jagad- dhara, edited by M. R. Telang. 1° ed., Bombay, 1892, pp. 402 ; 2° ed., 1900, pp. 402.

Translations. A. Eng1ish. Malati and Madhava, or the Stolen Marriage, translated by Wilson, 2, pp. 1-123.

B. French. Madhava et Malati. Drame traduit du Sanscrit et du pracrit par G. Strehly, precede d'une preface par A. Ber- gaigne. Paris, 1885, pp. 12 -j- 274. Bibl. Orient. Elzevir., no. 42.

C. German. Malatimadhava, ein indisches drama von Bha- vabhuti. Zum ersten Male aus dem Original ins Deutsche iibersetzt von Ludwig Fritze. Leipzig, 1883, pp. 125.

D. Dutch. Malati en Madhava. Een indisch drama vertaald en verkort door P. A. S. van Limburg Brouwer. In Tijdspiegel, 1871, i, 418.

E. Bengali. Malatee Mudhaba, a comedy of Bhubabhootee. Translated into Bengalee from the original Sanskrit, by K. P. Sing. Calcutta, 1859.

F. Marathi. Malatimadhava. Translated into Marathi by K. S. Rajvade and revised by Chiplonkar. Bombay, 1861, pp. 152.

 

Uttararamacarita. Manuscripts. A i . p. 63 = 67 Mss. and 3 Com.; Bhavarthadipika i, by Narayana 7, by Raghavacarya 3, by Viraraghava i ; A 2. p. 190 = 2 Mss. and Com. by Narayana I ; A 3. p. 14 = 5 Mss. and Com. by Abhirama i ; CS. 219; Hz. 3. 1607; Com. by Ghanasyama, Hz. 3. 1600; Com. by Narayana, CS. 220, SCBen. 81, 10. 7. 4137.

Text Editions. Uttararamacarita, with a commentary explanatory of the Prakrit passages. Calcutta, 183 1, pp. 132.

Uttararamacarita. Edited, at the request of [and with a pref- ace by] E. B. Cowell, by Premacandra Tarkabagisa. With a short commentary. Calcutta, 1862, pp. 181.

Uttararamacarita, edited with commentary by Tarakumara Ca- kravarti. With a preface by B. P. Majumdar. Calcutta. 1870, pp. 208.

Uttararamacarita. Edited with Sanskrit notes by Isvaracandra Vidyasagara. 3° ed. (?), Calcutta, 1876, pp. 15 -f 246.

Uttararamacarita, with a commentary called Bhavabodhi by Ramacandra Budhendra. Madras, 1881. [In Grantha characters.]

Uttararamacarita, with extracts from two Sanskrit commen- taries and notes in EngHsh by K. B. Mande. Poona, 1881, PP- 75 + 17.

Uttararamacarita. Edited by J. Vidyasagara. 1° ed., Calcutta, 1881 ; 2° ed., 1889, pp. 268.

Uttararamacarita, edited with copious Sanskrit and English notes by S. G. Bhanap. 1° ed., Bombay, 1888, pp. 212 ; 2° ed., 1893, pp. 218.

Uttararamacarita, with Sanskrit commentary by Pandit B. S. Ghate, together with a close English translation and notes by V. S. Patvardhan. Nagpur, 1895, -- 192 -f 47.

Uttararamacarita. With the commentary of Viraraghava. Edited by T. R. Ratnam Aiyar and K. P. Parab. 1° ed., Bombay, 1899, pp. 174; 2°ed., 1903, pp. 174.

Uttararamacarita. Sanskrit text with a commentary by Laksmana Suri. Kumbhakonam, 1900, pp. 209.

Translations. A. English. Uttararamacarita. Translated by Wilson, I, pp. 275-384.

Uttararamacarita, a literal translation from the original Sans- krit by H. Mukhopadhyaya. Calcutta, 1871, pp. 84.

Uttararamacarita. Translated into English by C. H. Tawney. 1° ed., Calcutta, 1 871, pp. 81 ; 2° ed., 1874, pp. loi.

Uttararamacarita. An English Translation by K. K. Bhatta- charya. Calcutta, 1891, pp. 142.

B. French. Le Denouement de I'histoire de Rama, Outtara Rama Charita, drame de Bhavabhouti, traduit avec une intro- duction sur la vie et les oeuvres de ce poete par F. Neve. Brussels and Paris, 1880.

C. Hindi. Uttar Ram Carita, by L. Sita Rama. Allahabad, 1899, pp. 96. Our Ancient Theatre, no. 2.

D. Tamil. Kusulava nataka by Binadhitten, a translation of the Uttararamacarita, Cat. Mack. Coll. p. 218.

 

General Criticism of Bhavabhūti. Borooah, Anundoram. Bha- vabhuti and his Place in Sanskrit Literature. Calcutta, 1878, pp. 64.

Banerjea, K. M. Bhavabhuti in English Garb. In I A. i (1872), pp. 143-147.

Bhandarkar, R. G. Bhavabhuti' s Quotation from the Ramayana. In lA. I (1873), pp. 123.

Schuyler, Montgomery, Jr. A Bibliography of the Plays of Bhavabhuti and of Krsnamisra. In JAOS. 25 (1904), pp. 189-196.

 

Bhavanapurusottama see Srinivasatiratrayajin.

Bhiksatana (?) A i. p. 412.

Bhimata Kalinjarapati wrote five plays (A i. p. 413), one of which was Svapnadasanana.

Bhimavikrama see Moksaditya.

Bhojarajasaccarita or Bhojasaccarita see Vedantavagi^a.

Bhubhatta Afigada A i . p. 4.

Bilhana, son of Jyesthakalasa, (middle of the eleventh cen- tury ; mentioned in the RajataranginI, 7. 938) Karna- sundarl natika- A i. p. 82 = 3 Mss.

Idem Karnasundari, a drama in four acts. Edited by Durgāprasāda and Parab. Bombay, 1888, pp. 6 + 56. Kavyamala, no. 7.

Idem Karnasundari, translated into Marathi by V. Sastri. Bombay, 1891.

Bindumadhava Kampanlpratapamandana, a short drama. Poona, 1881-82, pp. 26. In KavyeHhasasarngraha, 4, no. 12 ; 5, no. 1.

Bindumati durmallika mentioned in SD. 553.

Brhannataka, probably the Mahanataka, A i. p. 376.

Brhatsabhadraka prahasana mentioned in RS.

 

C

Caitanyacandrodaya see Kavikarnapura.

Candakausika see Ksemi§vara.

Candivilasa see Rudra§arman.

Candrabhiseka A i. p. 182 = TT. 64.

Candragomin (7th century) Lokananda L. app. p. 80. There is a Tibetan translation, according to Levi, app. p. 56.

Candraka, a playwright mentioned in Rajatarangini 2. 16.

Candrakala see Narayana Kavi and Vi^vanatha Kaviraja.

Candrakalaparinaya see Nrsimha Kavi.

Candraprabha natika A i. p. 181 = 3 Mss.; A 2. p. 199.

Candrarekhavidyadhara A i. p. 181.

Candra^ekhara, father of Visvanatha, author of the Sahitya- darpana, Puspamala quoted in SD. 282.

Candra^ekhara Rayaguru, son of Gopinatha, Madhurani- ruddha, a drama in eight acts, A i. p. 426; CS. 241. Analyzed by Wilson, 2, pp. 396-399.

Idem Mathuranataka A I. p. 422, probably the same.

Candrasekharavilasa see Shahji.

Candravilasa see Gangadhara.

Chalitarama A i. p. 192.

Chata Yati (i6th century) Vasantikaparinaya A i. p. 566.

Chayanataka see Vitthala.

Citrabharata see Ksemendra.

Citrayajfia see Vaidyanatha Vacaspati.

Cittavrttikalyana see Nalladiksita.

Cokkanatha, son of Tippa (beginning of 1 8th century), Kantimatlparinaya A i. p. 92.

Idem Rasavilasa bhana A 2. p. 116.

Cola see Varadacarya.

Cudamaninataka A i. p. 189.

Cudamani Sriigarasarvasva bhana quoted in his Kavyadarpana (cf A 2. p. 158).

Cudamani Diksita Anandaraghava (a drama, A 2. p. 189) A I. p. 48 = 6 Mss.

Idem Kamalinikalahamsa A i. p. 81 = 12 Mss.; A 2. pp. 15, 191 ; A3, p. 18; Hz. 3. 1580.

Idem Rukminikalyana A i. p. 527 = 4 Mss. and 2 Com.; A 2. p. 123.

 

D

Dadima Bhatta Lifigadurbheda A i. p. 544 (cf L. app. p. 80). Damacarita or Sridamacarita see Samaraja Diksita.

Damaruka see Ghana^yama.

Damodara Kamsavadha A i . p. 77.

Damodara Mi§ra (redactor of the older recension of the Mahanataka of Hanuman) Vanibhusana. Edited by Sivadatta and Parab. Bombay, 1895, pp. 7 + 53. Kav- yamala, no. 53.

Danakeli see Rupa Gosvamin.

Danakelikaumudi see Mahadeva and Rupa Gosvamin.

Dandin see Uddandin.

Devadurgati see Rammoy.

Devlmahadeva uUapya mentioned in SD. 545.

Dhanarnjayavijaya (?) SCBen. 266.

Dhanamjayavijaya see Kancanacarya and Ya^odhana.

Dharmagupta, son of Ramadasa, wrote in 1360, Ramanka natika A I. p. 268.

Dharma Pandita or Dharmasuri, son of Parvatesvara, Narakāsuravijaya vyayoga (also called Narakasuravadha, Narakasuradhvamsa, or Narakadhvamsa) A i. p. 277 = 8 Mss.; A 2. p. 60 = 5 Mss ; lO. 7. 4185.

Idem Narakasuravijaya vyayoga. 2° ed., Madras, 1884, pp. 166.

Dharmaraja Sabhapativilasa A i . p. 696.

Dharmavijaya see Sukla Bhudeva.

Dhurta(= Dhurtasamagama) see Jyotiri^vara.

DhOrtacarita prahasana mentioned in SD. 536.

Dhurtanartaka see Samara ja.

Dhurtasamagama see Jyotiri^vara.

Dhurtavidambana see Mahe^vara.

Dindima Kavi Somavalliyogananda prahasana A i. p. 736 = 2 Mss.

Idem Somavalliyogananda. Edited by S. P. V. Ran- ganadhasvami Ayyavaralugaru. Vizagapatam, 1895. Grandha Pradarsani, fasc. 1-2.

Draupadiparinaya see Krsna Suri.

Drgbhavat Nilaparinaya A i. p. 302 (cf. L. app. p. 'j^).

Datangada see Subhata.

 

G

Gairvanivijaya see Bala Kavi.

Gangadhara (14th century) Candravilasa A 2. p. 36.

Idem Gangadasapratapavilasa or Pratapavilasa 10. 7. 4194 (Analyzed).

Idem Raghavabhyudaya A i. p. 500 = 2 Mss.

Gangavatarana A 3. p. 30.

Gauridigambara see Sankara Mi§ra.

Ghana^yama, son of Mahadeva, (cf. E. Hultzsch, in Hz, 3. pp. ix-xi) Anandasundari sattaka Hz. 3. 2142.

Idem Damaruka. Com. by Candrasekhara, son of Ghanasyama, Hz. 3. 1674.

Idem Kumaravijaya A 3. p 38 ; Hz. 3. 1682.

Idem Madanasamjivana Hz. 3. 1679.

Idem Navagrahacarita Hz. 3. 1571.

Idem Pracandarahudaya. Com., Hz. 3. 1675.

Girvanendra, son of Nllakantha Diksita, Srngarakosa bhana, mentioned in preface to Patafijalicarita in Kavyamala, no. 51, p. 22.

Gitadigambara see Vam^amani.

Godaparinaya see Kesavanatha.

Godavariparinaya A i. p. 159. Probably the same as the Godaparinaya.

Gokulanatha Amrtodaya A i. p. 29 ; A 3. p. 7.

Idem Amrtodaya nataka, edited by Sivadatta and Parab.

Bombay, 1897, pp. 5 + 73. Kavyamala, no. 59.

Idem Madalasa A 2. p. 97 = i Ms. and i Com.

Gopala Bhatta Sanandagovinda A i. p. 707 (cf L. app. p. 81).

Gopaladasa Parijataharana A i. p. 335 = 2 Mss.

Gopalalilarnava see Govinda.

Gopalaraya Srirangaraja bhana A 2. p. 160 = 2 Mss.

Idem Srngaramafijari bhana A 2. p. 158.

Goplcandana A i. p. 163.

Gopinatha Pandita Kautukasarvasva prahasana A i . p. 1 3 1 = TT, 63 ; A 3. p. 28. Analyzed by Wilson, 2, pp. 410- 412, and by Cappeller in Gurupujakaumudi, Festgabe fiir Weber, Leipzig, 1896, pp. 59-62.

Gosayatra see Sitalacandra.

Govardhana, a playwright, DR. intr. p. 30 n.

Govinda Gopalalilarnava bhana A i. p. 163.

Idem Vinatananda vyayoga A i. p. 576.

Govinda Kavibhusana Samrddhamadhava A 3. p. 36.

Govindavallabha A i. p. 169.

Gundarama Misrabhana L. app. p. 78.

Gururamakavi Subhadradhanamjaya A i. p. 728 = 9 Mss.

 

H

Hanuman.

Mahanataka. This play exists in two recensions, an older one by Damodara, explained by Mohanadasa, and a more recent one by Madhusudana.

Manuscripts. A i. p. 438 = 54 Mss. and 2 Com. ; by Can- drasekhara i, by Narayana i, by Balabhadra 4, by Mohana- dasa II; A 2. pp. lOO, 216 = 7 ^^s. and Com. by Balabhadra i, by Mohanadasa 4; CBMMS. 264, 265; 10. 7. 4145, 4146, 4147, 4148, 4149, 4150; TT. 59; Com. by Mohanadasa, 10. 7. 4149; Com. by Candra- sekhara, 10. 7. 4150. There was a Ms. in the posses- sion of Sir Monier Williams. Analyzed by Wilson, 2, pp. 363-373.

Sitasvayarnvara from the Mahanataka A i. p. 723.

Text Editions. Mahanataka. [An edition in Bengali characters, published before 1840. For the editor cf. J A. 3° series, 13 (1842), p. 510, and Gildemeister, Bibl. Sans., p. 95.]

Mahanataka. A dramatic history of King Rama. Translated into English and edited by K. K. Bahadur. Calcutta, 1 840, 2 pts., pp. 108 + 117.

Mahanataka. Drama on the deeds of Rama ascribed to Hanu- man. Edited in the Bengali version by Isvaracandra and Kalinatha. Calcutta, 1844, pp. 229.

Hanuman-Nataka in Damodara's recension. With Mohanadasa's commentary. 1° ed., Bombay, i860, pp. 107 ; 2° ed., 1886, pp. 241.

Hanuman Nataka. The story of the Ramayana dramatized in Damodara's version and divided into 14 acts. With Mo- hanadasa's commentary. 1° ed., Bombay, 1863, pp. 122; 2° ed., 1864, pp. 93.

Mahanataka by Hanuman, edited by R. Siromani with a short commentary of his own. Calcutta, 1870, pp. 2 -f 176.

Mahanataka in 9 acts. Compiled by Madhusudana. Edited by J. Vidyasagara. i° ed., Calcutta, 1878, pp. 127; 2° ed., 1890, pp. 450.

Mahanataka, with a commentary by Misra Mohana. Bombay, 1886, pp. 241.

Translations. Mahanatak. In Sanskrit and Bengali, drama- tized (?) by Ramgati Kabiratna. i° ed., Calcutta, 1849; 2° ed., 185 1, pp. 229.

Mahanataka. Translated into English by Raja Kali Krishna. Calcutta, no date.

Hanuman nataka, translated into Hindustani. Lahore, 1877, pp. 192.

 

Haracaparopana A i. p. 754.

Haragaurivivaha see Jagajjyotirmalla.

Harakeli see Vigraharajadeva.

Hari (Acarya) Janaklglta A 3. p. 44.

Haridasa Harivilasa bhana A 2. p. 183.

Idem Purafijana A i. p. 339.

Hariduta chayanataka A i. p. 757. Analyzed by Levi, p. 242.

Harihara, a Maithila, Bhartrharinirveda A i. p. 397.

Idem Bhartrharinirveda. Edited by Durgaprasada and Parab. 1° ed., Bombay, 1892, pp. 3 + 28 ; 2° ed., 1900. Kavyamala, no. 29.

Idem The Bhartrharinirveda of Harihara, now first trans- lated from the Sanskrit and Prakrit by Louis H. Gray. In JAOS. 25 (1904), pp. 197-230.

Idem Bhartrharinirveda. Analyzed in The Niti and Vairagya Satakas of Bhartrhari, by Gopi Nath, Bombay, 1896, pp. 19-24.

Idem Prabhavatiparinaya A i. p. 354.

Hariharanusaranayatra see Nrsimha Bhatta.

Harijivana Mi^ra Vijayaparijata A i. p. 570.

Hariscandrayasascandracandrika A i. p. 761.

Harivilasa see Haridasa.

 

Harṣadeva.

Nagananda nataka. Manuscripts. A I. p. 283 = 16 Mss. and I Com. ; by Atmarama i ; A 2. p. 61 = 3 Mss ; A 3. p. 61 = 3 Mss.; Hz. 3. 1610; 10. 7. 4161. Cf also the preface to Boyd's edition of the Nagananda.

Text Editions. Nagananda. A Sanskrit Drama by Dhavaka. Calcutta, 1864.

Nagananda, a Sanskrit drama in five acts. Edited by M. Ghosha and K. Bhattacarya. Calcutta, 1864, pp. 74+ 19.

Nagananda, with a Marathi translation. Edited with a preface in Marathi by K. S. Chipalunakar. Bombay, 1865, pp. 2 4- 206.

Nagananda. Edited by J. Vidyasagara. 1° ed., Calcutta, 1873 ; 2° ed., 1886, pp. 138.

Nagananda. Edited with a commentary by N. C. Kaviratna and N. C. Siromani. Calcutta, 1886.

Nagananda. Text with notes by Pandit N. C. Vidyaratna and with translations into English and Bengali by a Professor of the Presidency College. Calcutta, 1887, pp. 324.

Nagananda, a Sanskrit Drama by King Sri-Harsha. Edited with copious Sanskrit and English notes by S. G. Bhanap. Bom- bay, 1892, pp. 18 + 91 + 40.

Nagananda, edited with an introduction and notes by G. B. Brahme and S. M. Paranjape. Poona, 1893, pp. 27 -f- 105 + 80.

Translations. A. English. Nagananda, or the Joy of the Snake World, a Buddhist Drama in Five Acts. Translated into English Prose, with explanatory notes, from the San- skrit of SrI-Harsha-Deva by Palmer Boyd. With an Intro- duction by Professor Cowell. London, 1872, pp. 14 + 99.

B. French. Nagananda. La Joie des Serpents, drame boud- dhique traduit du Sanskrit et du Prakrit par Abel Bergaigne. Paris, 1879, pp. 16 4- 44. Bibl. Orient. Elzevir., no. 27.

C. Italian. Amori di Indiani. L'atto secondo del drama di Dhavaka che e detto Nagananda o la Allegria de' serpen ti. Da EmiHo Teza. Pisa, pp. 16.

Nagananda, o il Giubilo dei Serpenti. Traduzione di Francesco Cimmino. Palermo, 1903, pp. 6'i^ + 167.

Criticism. Beal, S. The Nagananda, a Buddhist drama. In The Academy, Sept. 29, 1883, vol. 24, pp. 217-218.

Cimmino, Francesco. Sul Dramma Nagananda, o il Giubilo dei Serpenti. In Atti della Reale Accademia di Archeologia, Lettere e Belle Arti (di Napoli), 22 (1902), pp. 155-182.

Cimmino, Francesco. Une communication sur le drame Na^ra- nanda. In Verh. des 1 3. intern. Orientalisten-Kongr. (1902), Leiden, 1904, pp. 31-32.

 

Priyadarsika natika. Manuscripts. A i. p. 364 = 11 Mss. ; A 3^ p. jZ ; Hz. 3. 1609.

Text Editions. Priyadarsika. Without place or date (about 1870), pp. 56.

Priyadarsika. A drama in four acts by Sri Harsha. Edited with notes by J. Vidyasagara. Calcutta, 1874, pp. 6f.

Priyadarsika. Edited by V. D. Gadre with Enghsh notes and Prakrita Chaya. Bombay, 1884, pp. 94.

Translation. Priyadarsika, piece en quatre actes, traduite par G. Strehly. Precedee d'un prologue et d'une introduction. Paris, 1888, pp. ZZ. Bibl. Orient. Elzevir., no. 58.

Criticism. Cimmino, Francesco. II terzo atto del dramma indiano Priyadargika. In Atti dell' Accademia Pontaniana, 31 (1902), pp. 1-18.

 

Ratnavall natika. Manuscripts. A i. p. 492 =37 Mss. and I Com. ; by Bhimasena 2, translation of the Prakrit passages by Mudgaladeva i ; A 2. p. 115 = 8 Mss. and Com. by Govinda 2, Prakrtachaya 2; CBMMS. 275; CS. 257; Hz. 3. 1608; 10. 7. 4159, 4160; TT. 65; Com., SCBen. 290.

Text Editions. Ratnavall. With a commentary explanatory of the Prakrit passages. Calcutta, 1832, pp. 106.

Ratnavall. Edited with a translation of the Prakrit passages into Sanskrit by Taranatha Sarman. Calcutta, 1864, pp. 66.

Ratnavall. By Srlharsadeva. Text. Bombay, 1868, pp. 74.

Ratnavall. Edited by N. C. M. Vidyaratna. With notes ex- planatory of the difficult passages. Calcutta, 1871, pp. 4 + 122.

Ratnavall, edited with a commentary by J. Vidyasagara. Calcutta, 1876, pp. 124.

Ratnavall, herausgegeben von C. Cappeller, in O. von Bohtlingk, Sanskrit Chrestomathie, St. Petersburg, 1877, pp. 290-329.

Ratnavali, edited with notes by N. B. Godabole and K. P. Parab. i° ed., Bombay, 1882, pp. 102; 2° ed., 1890, pp. 112.

Ratnavali, edited by K. P. Parab and V. S. Josl. Bombay, 1888, pp. 81.

Ratnavali, published with Siddhanta Bindu by V. S. Aiyar. Kum- bhakonam, 1893, pp. 212. Advaitamanjarl Series, no. 3.

Ratnavali, with the commentary of Govinda, edited by K. P. Parab. Bombay, 1895.

Ratnavali. Text with a commentary by K. N. Nyayapaficanana. Calcutta, 1900, pp. 198.

Ratnavoli, edited by Sris Chandra Chakravarti. Containing the text, a Sanskrit commentary, English and Bengali transla- tions, etc. Dacca (Bengal), 1902, pp. 387.

Translations. A. English. Ratnavali, or the Necklace. Translated by Wilson, 2, pp. 255-319.

B. German. Ratnavali, oder die Perlenschnur, zum ersten Male ins Deutsche iibersetzt von Ludwig Fritze. Chemnitz, 1878. In his Indisches Theater, vol. 2.

C. Swedish. Ratnavali, eller Parlbandet. Fran Sanskrit oi- versatt af H. Andersson. Wexio, 1892, pp. j6.

D. Italian. Ratnavali, o la Collana di Perle, dramma indiano, tradotto per la prima volta in italiano da Francesco Cim- mino. Naples, 1894, pp. 199.

E. Bengali. Ratnabali. Translated from the Sanskrit into Bengali by Nilmani Pal. Calcutta, no date.

F. Marathi. Lalitawatsaraj, a Marathi translation of the Ratnavali of f riharsadeva, by V. S. Islampurkar. Bom- bay, 1889, pp. 115 + 109.

G. Canarese. Rathnavali, a tale in Canarese founded on Sriharsa Dava's [sic] Sanskrit drama. Bangalore, 1884, pp. 44.

Criticism. Biihler, Georg. On the Authorship of the Ratnavali. In lA. 2 (1873), pp. 127-128.

Hall, F. [References to the Ratnavali.] In the preface to his Vasavadatta, Calcutta, 1859, pp. 15-18.

Meyer, J. J. Damodaragupta's Kuttanimatam (Lehren einer Kup- plerin). Leipzig, 1903, pp. 143-144. [Description of the performance of part of the first act of the Ratnavali. The text was printed in Kavyamala, part 3 (1887), pp. 32-111].

Vidyabhusan, S. C. Date of the Ratnavali. In Maha-Bodhi, 12.

 

General Criticism of Harṣadeva. Beames, John. Chand's men- tion of Sri Harsha. In lA. 2 (1873), p. 240.

Jackson, A. V. Williams. Time Analysis of Sanskrit Plays. Sec- ond Series. The Dramas of Harsha. In JAOS. 21 (1900), pp. 88-108.

Pischel, R. Adhyaraja. In Nachr. der Konig. Ges. der Wiss. zu Gottingen, Philol.-Hist. Klasse, 1901, pp. 485-487.

Ram Das Sen. Chand's mention of Sri Harsha. In lA. 2 (1873), p. 240, and 3 (1874), p. 31.

Schuyler, Montgomery, Jr. The Origin of the Vidusaka, and the employment of this character in the plays of Harsadeva. In JAOS. 20 (1899), pp. 338-340.

Schuyler, Montgomery, Jr. A Bibliography of the Plays attrib- uted to Harsadeva. In Verh. des 13. intern. Orientalisten- Kongr. (1902), Leiden, 1904, pp. 33-37.

Telang, K. T. Kalidasa, Sri Harsha, and Chand. In lA. 3 (1874), pp. 81-83.

Telang, K. T. Kalidasa and Sri Harsha. In lA. 4 (1875), pp. 84-85.

 

Harsanatha Sarman Usaharana. A modern copy in the hands of Mr. Grierson.

Hastimalla, a Jain, Afijanapavanarnjaya L. app. p. 73.

Hastimallasena, a Jain, Arjunaraja A i. p. 30.

Idem Bharataraja A i. p. 396.

Idem Maithiliparinaya A i . p. 468.

Idem Meghesvara A i. p. 466.

Hasyacudamani sec Vatsaraja.

Hasyaratnakara mentioned in DR. intr. p. 3c.

Hasyarnava see Jagadi^vara.

Hrdayavinoda see Kavi Pandita.

 

I

Indirāpariṇaya A 1. p. 58.

Indirāpariṇaya see Vīrarāghava.

Indumatīpariṇaya A 1. p. 59.

 

J

Jagadi^vara Hasyarnava prahasana A i . p. 766 = 9 Mss. and Com. by Mahendranatha i ; A 2. p. 237 ; A 3. p. 158 ; 10. 7. 41 91, 4192, 4193 (with an English translation) ; TT. 62. Analyzed by Wilson, 2, pp. 408-409.

Idem Hasyarnava. [An edition published in 1835; cf. Aufrecht, Cat. Codd. Sanscr. Bibl. Bodl., Oxford, 1864.]

Idem Hasyarnava. The verse of the original Sanskrit comedy with a Bengali translation of the whole work. Calcutta, 1 840, pp. 116.

Idem Hasyarnava, ed. C. Cappeller. [Jena, 1883], pp. 28. [Autographed.]

Jagajjyotirmalla (wrote in 1629) Haragaurivivaha L. app. p. 82.

Jaganmohana L. app. p. 75.

Jagannatha, son of Pitambara, Atandracandrika A i . p. 6 = 2 Mss. ; A 2. pp. 2, 1 86.

Jagannatha Pandita Anangavijaya bhana A i. p. 12 ; Hz. 3. 1776.

Idem Ratimanmatha Hz. 3. 1604.

Idem Vasumatiparinaya A i. p. 557.

Jagannathavallabha see Ramananda.

Jaitrajaivatrka see Narayana Sastrin.

Jamadagnyajaya, a vyayoga or subject of a vyayoga mentioned in DR. 3. 55.

Jambavatlkalyana see Krsnaraya.

Janaklglta see Hari.

Janaklparinaya A i . p. 206 = 2 Mss.

Janakiparinaya see Narayana Bhatta, Ramabhadra Diksita, aftd Sitarama.

Janaklraghava quoted in SD. 371, and by Ramanatha in his Trikandaviveka.

Jatavedas Purnapurusarthacandra A i. p. 343 ; A 2. p. 76.

 

Jayadeva, son of Mahādeva.

Prasannaraghava. Manuscripts. A i. p. 359= 46 Mss. and i Com. ; A 2. pp. 81, 211 = 7 Mss. and Com. by Raghunan- dana i ; CS. 237, 238 ; Hz. 3. 1576 ; lO. 7. 4158.

Text Editions. The Pfasannaraghava. Edited by G. D. Sastri. Benares, 1868, pp. 165.

Prasannaraghava. Edited by J. Vidyasagara. Calcutta, 1872, pp. 168.

Prasannaraghava. Edited by R. S. Vavilla. 1° ed., Madras, 1874, pp. 126 ; 2° ed., 1882, pp. Z2 ; 3° ed., 1890, pp. 82.

Prasannaraghava. Edited by K. P. Parab. Bombay, 1893, pp. 146.

Prasannaraghava. Edited with introduction and notes by S. R. Khopakar, with the commentary of Vyankatacarya. Bom- bay, 1894, pp. 412.

Prasannaraghava. Edited with introduction and notes by S. M. Paranjape and N. S. Panse. Poona, 1894, 2 pts., pp. 209 + 106.

 

Jayanta Bhatta Sanmata A3, p. 43.

Jivananda A i. p. 208.

Jivananda Jyotirvid Mangalanataka, an original mytho- logical play in nine acts, on the greatness of Devi, in Sanskrit and Hindi. Benares, 1887, pp. 137.

Jivanandana see Anandaraya.

Jivanmuktikalyana see Mallasomayajin and Nalladiksita.

Jivarama Yajnika Murarivijaya CS. 250.

Jivavibudha (before the second half of the seventeenth century) Nalananda A i. p. 280.

Jfianasuryodaya see Vadicandra.

 

Jyotirīśvara Kaviśekhara,
son of Dhīreśvara, (second half of fifteenth century).

Dhurtasamagama prahasana A i. p. 272 = 8 Mss.; A 2. pp. 59 = 2 Mss. ; SCBen. 288; 10. 7. 4201. Analyzed by Wilson, 2, p. 408.

Text Editions. Dhurtasamagama, herausgegeben von Carl Cap- peller. [Jena, 1883], pp. 16. [Autographed.]

Dhurtasamagama, comoedia e cod. Parisiensi Sanskrite cum annotationibus edidit Chr. Lassen. In Anthologia Sanscri- tica, Bonn, 1838, pp. 68-96, 1 16-130.

Translations. A. French. Dhurtasamagama, piece de theatre hindou, traduite du Sanscrit par Ch. Schoebel. Without place or date, pp. 24.

B. Italian. Dhurtasamagama, ossia il congresso de' bricconi. Farsa di Giotirisvaro. In Teatro scelto indiano tradotto dal Sanscrito da Antonio Marazzi, vol. 2, Milan, 1874, pp. 189-231. [Published originally in the Giornale Napolitano di Filosofia e Lettere, Aug.-Sept, 1872.]

 

K

Kadamba Ramakrsna Aditikundalaharana A 2. p. 2 = 2 Mss.

Kadambarirama, a playwright, A i. p. 92.

Kalananda see Ramacandra Kavi.

Kalavatlkamarupa A i . p. 84.

Kaleyakutuhala see Bharadvaja.

 

Kālidāsa.

Malavikagnimitra. Manuscripts. A i. pp. 453-454 = 40 Mss. and 3 Com. ; by Katayavema 2, by Viraraghava i ; A 2. pp. 104, 217 = 4 Mss. and Com. by Katayavema 2, by Nilakantha 2 ; A 3. p. 98 = 3 Mss. ; CS. 245, 246 ; Hz. 3. 1574; 10. 7. 4122; TT. 6'j. Analyzed by Wilson, 2, p. 345.

Text Editions. Malavikagnimitra. Textum primus edidit et vari- etatem scripturae adjecit O. F. TuUberg. Vol. i, Bonn, 1840, pp. 9 + 108.

Malavikagnimitra. Bombay, 1868, pp. 4 4- 89.

Malavikagnimitra. Edited with notes by S. P. Pandit. 1° ed., Bombay, 1869, pp. 39 4- 164 ; 2° ed., with the commentary of Katayavema, 1889, pp. 35 + 230. Bombay Sanskrit Series, no. 6.

Malavikagnimitra. Edited with Notes by T. Tarkavacaspati. 1° ed., Calcutta, 1870, pp. 165. 2° ed., 1887, pp. 148.

Malavikagnimitra. Mit kritischen und erklarenden Anmerkungen herausgegeben von F. Bollensen. Leipzig, 1879.

Malavikagnimitra, with the commentary named Kumaragirirajiya of Katayavema. Vizagapatam, 1884, pp. 133.

Malavikagnimitra. Edited with an original commentary by Mrityufijaya Nissanka. Madras, 1885, pp. 262.

Malavikagnimitra. Little Conjevaram, 1886, pp. 64.

Malavikagnimitra. Sanskrit text with full notes in English by M. C. Sadagopachariar. Bombay, 1889.

Malavikagnimitra, edited with the commentary of Katayavema and with explanatory English notes by K. P. Parab. Bombay, 1890, pp. 153.

Malavikagnimitra. Edited with the commentary of Katayavema. Bombay, i89i,pp. 112.

Malavikagnimitra. With the commentary of Katayavema. Edited with explanatory Enghsh notes. Bombay, 1891, pp. 158.

Malavikagnimitra, with the commentary of Katayavema and several others embodied therein, edited with critical notes and translation by S. S. Ayyar. Poona, 1896, pp. 303.

Malavikagnimitra, edited with a close English translation by S. B. Bhagvat. Poona, 1897, pp. 126.

Malavikagnimitra. Edited with a commentary, notes, and trans- lation by M. C. Satakopacari. Kumbhakonam, 1900, pp. 152.

Translations. A.English. Malavikagnimitra, translated into English prose by C. H. Tawney. 1° ed., Calcutta, 1875, pp. 93; 2° ed., 1891, pp. 121.

Malavikagnimitra, translated into English prose by G. R. Nan- dargikar. Poona, 1879, PP- 53.

B. French. Malavika et Agnimitra. Traduit pour la premiere fois en frangais par P. E. Foucaux. Paris, 1877, pp. 11 -H 118. Bibl. Orient. Elzevir., no. 14.

Malavikagnimitra. Agnimitra et Malavika, comedie en cinq actes et un prologue, melee de prose et de vers, traduite du San- scrit et du pracrit par Victor Henry. Paris, 1889, pp. 12 + no. (Extr. des Mem. de la Soc. des Sciences de Lille.)

C. German. Malavika und Agnimitra, ein Drama des Kali- dasa in fiinf Akten, zum ersten Male iibersetzt von Albrecht Weber. Berlin, 1856, pp. 48 -f 107.

Malavika und Agnimitra, metrisch iibersetzt von Ludwig Fritze. Leipzig, 1 88 1, pp. 74.

Malavikagnimitra. Prinzessin Zofe. Ein indisches Lustspiel in vier Aufziigen nebst einem Vorspiel, frei fur die deutsche Buhne bearbeitet von Leopold von Schroeder. Munich, 1902, pp. 8 + 70.

D. Dutch. Danseres en Koning. Malavika en Agnimitra. Tooneelstuk uit het Sanskret vertaald door J. van der Vliet. Haarlem, 1882, pp. 132.

E. Swedish. Malavika. Ett indiskt skadespel. Fran Sanskrit ofversatt af H. Edgren. Malmo, 1877.

F. Danish. Kongen og Danserinden. Lystspil i fem Akter. Oversat af E. Brandes. Med tegninger af C. Thomsen. Copenhagen, 1874.

G. Italian. Malavica ed Agnimitro. Dramma in cinque atti. In Teatro scelto indiano, tradotto dal Sanscrito da Antonio Marazzi, vol. i, Milan, 1871, pp. 301-417.

Malavikagnimitra. Dramma indiano tradotto in italiano da Fran- cesco Cimmino. Naples, 1897, pp. 11 -J- 126.

H. Bohemian. Malavika a Agnimitra. Prelozil Zubaty. Prague, 1893, pp. 102. Sbornik svetove poesie, no. 16.

I. Bengali. Malavikagnimitra, translated in Bengali by S. M. Tagore. Calcutta, 1877.

J. Marat hi. Raja Agnimitra, a Marathi translation of the Malavikagnimitra by V. S. Islampurkar. Bombay, 1889, pp. 204.

Malavikagnimitra. Translated into Marathi by Rao S. N. G. Raje. Bombay, 1895, pp. 156.

Sanglta Malavikagnimitra Natak, or the drama of Malavika and Agnimitra in musical verse. Translated into Marathi by B. G. Varde. Bombay, 1895, pp. 136.

K. Hindi. Malavikagnimitra. Translated from Sanskrit into Hindi by Sita Rama. Cawnpore, 1899, pp. 70.

L. Gujarati. Malavikagnimitra. Translated into Gujarati by R. Udayarama. Bombay, 1870, pp. 109.

Criticism. Annotations on Sanskrit Classics. The Malavikag- nimitra. In The Sanskrit Reader (Samskrtapathavali), Bom- bay, 1884, vol. 2, pt. 4, pp. 48.

BoUensen, Friedrich. Beitrage zur Erklarung der Malavika. In ZDMG. 13 (1859), PP- 480-490.

Cappeller, Carl. Observationes ad Kalidasae Malavikagnimitram. Konigsberg, no date, pp. 33.

Cimmino, Francesco. Alcune osservazioni sul dramma Malavi- kagnimitra. In Atti deir Accademia Pontaniana, 33 (1904), pp. 1-16.

Haag, Friedrich. Zur Texteskritik und Erklarung von Kali- dasa's Malavikagnimitra. Erster Teil. Auszug aus dem Progr. der Kantonsschule pro 1871-72. Frauenfeld, 1872.

Schuyler, Montgomery, Jr. Bibliography of Kalidasa' s Malavikag- nimitra and Vikramorvasl. In JAOS. 23 (1902), pp. 93-101.

Vliet, J. van der. Malavika-Manjulika. In Bijdrage voor de taal- land- en volkenkunde van Nederlandsch Indie, 6. vol- greeks, 5 (= 49), p. 169-170.) [On resemblances between the Malavikagnimitra and the Kathasaritsagara.]

Weber, Albrecht. Zur Erklarung der Malavika. In ZDMG. 14 (i860), p. 261.

 

Śakuntalā. Manuscripts. A i. p. 23 = 88 Mss. and 4 Com. ; by Abhirama 2, by Katayavema 6, by Krsnanatha Pafi- canana i, by Candrasekhara 2, by Damaruvallabha i, by Narayana 3, by Raghava 4, by Ramabhadra i, by Sankara i, by Srinivasa 2 ; A 2. p. 5=6 Mss. and 3 Com. ; by Can- drasekhara I, by Raghava 2; A 2. p. 187 = 4 Mss. and 4 Com. ; by Raghava i, by Vemabhupala ; A 3. p. 6=16 Mss. and i Com. ; by Abhirama 2, by Katayavema 2, by Raghava 2, by Srinivasa 4, Prakrtachaya 2 ; CBMMS. 263 ; Hz. 3. 1756; 10. 7. 4110, 4111, 4112, 4113, 4114, 4115, 41 16; TT. 60; Com. by Narayana, SCBen. 295 ; Com. by Candrasekhara, 10. 7. 41 17, 41 18; Com. by Ghanasyama, Hz. 3. 1656; Com., SCBen. 981, 10. 7. 4119.

Text Editions. Sakuntala. Calcutta, 1761. [First printed edition.]

La Reconoissance de Sacountala, drame Sanscrit et prakrit de Calidasa, public sur un manuscript unique de la Biblio- theque du Roi, accompagne d'une traduction fran9aise, de notes philologiques, critiques et litteraires, par A. L. Chezy. 1° ed., Paris, 1830. 2° ed., 1832.

Abhijfianasakuntala. With the commentary of Premacandra. Calcutta, 1839, PP- 1 59- [^^ Bengah characters.]

Sakuntala. Neue Ausgabe in lateinischen Typen. (?)

Abhijfianasakuntala. Gauriya recension. Edited by P. C. Tar- kavagisa. 1° ed., Calcutta, 1839, pp. 159; 2° ed., i860, pp. 170. Reprinted with additional notes by R. S. Tarka- ratna, Calcutta, 1864, pp. 190.

Kalidasa' s Ring-f akuntala. Herausgegeben, iibersetzt und mit Anmerkungen versehen von O. Bohtlingk. Bonn, 1842, large ed.; 1846, small ed. [Devanagari recension.]

Sakuntala Recognized by the Ring, a Sanskrit drama in seven acts. The Devanagari recension of the text, with literal English translations of all the metrical passages and notes by M. Williams. 1° ed., Hertford, 1853 ; 2° ed., Oxford, 1876.

Abhijfianasakuntala. Bombay, 1861.

Abhij liana Sakuntalam. Edited with notes by J. Tarkalamkara and K. Tarkaratna and with a preface in Bengali by V. Ma- jumdar. Calcutta, 1869, pp. 232. In Majumdar's Series.

Sakuntala. Edited by Jaganmohana Sarman and Kedaranatha. Calcutta, 1869.

Abhij fiana Sakuntala. Edited with a commentary by D . V. Panta. Calcutta, 1871, pp. 2 + 236.

Sacuntala annulo recognita, fabula scenica Calidasi. Textum recensionis devanagaricae recognovit atque glossario sans- critico et pracritico instruxit Carolus Burkhard. Breslau, 1872, pp. 12 + 112 + 227.

Abhijfianasakuntala, with Srinivasacarya's commentary, called Sakuntalavayakhya. Edited by S. Tiruvenkatacarya and V. Ramakrsnamacarya. Madras, 1874, pp. 6 + 320.

Sakuntala. The Bengali Recension. With critical notes. Ed- ited by R. Pischel. 1° ed., Kiel, 1877, pp. 11 + 210; 2° ed., 1886, pp. II H- 210.

Abhijfianasakuntala. Edited with notes and explanations by Isvaracandra Vidyasagara. 1° ed., Calcutta, 1880, pp. 262; 2° ed., 1887, pp. 293 ; 3° ed., 1889, pp. 256.

Sakuntala, with a commentary by Srinivasacarya. Madras, 1 880, pp. 6+326.

Sakuntala. With the commentary of Srinivasa Charlu. Madras, 1882, pp. 320.

Abhijfianasakuntala, with the commentary of Raghavabhatta. Edited with English notes by N. B. Godabole and K. P. Parab. 1° ed., Bombay, 1885, pp. 331 ; 2° ed., 1889 (?) ; 3°ed., 1891, pp. 374.

Abhijiiana-Sakuntala, with the commentary of Raghavabhatta. Edited by N. B. Godabole and K. P. Parab. 1° ed., Bom- bay, 1883, pp. 167; 2° ed., 1886, pp. 267; 3° ed., 1895, pp. 267.

Sakuntala, with a commentary by P. Venkatacharia. Madras, 1883, pp. 345.

Sakuntala. Edited with notes and full explanations by K. N. Nyayapaficanana. i°ed., Calcutta, no date, pp. 335 ; 2° ed., 1888, pp. 2 + 337.

Abhijfianasakuntala. Bombay, no date, pp. 50.

Sakuntalanataka. Bombay, no date, pp. 98.

Abhijfianasakuntala. Edited with a close EngHsh translation and various readings by P. N. Patankar. 1° ed., Poona, 1889, pp.473; 2° ed., 1902, pp. 358.

Abhijfianasakuntalam. In Bengali, English, and Sanskrit. Edited by B. B. Gosvatni. With notes and English and Bengali translations. Calcutta, 1895, pp. 464.

Abhijfianasakuntala. With the commentary of Raghavabhatta. Edited with an English translation, notes, and various read- ings by M. R. Kale. 1° ed., Bombay, 1898, pp. 397 ; 2° ed., 1902, pp. 397.

Abhijfianasakuntala, with an introduction, glossary, English and Bengali translations and various readings. Edited by N. C. Vidyaratna. Calcutta, 1901, pp. 770.

Abhijfianasakuntala. Acts 1-5. Text, commentary, introduc- tion, notes, and translation by T. E. Srinivasacariar and B. S. K. Aiyar. Kumbhakonam, 1901, pp. 178 -f 135.

Sakuntala, or the Fatal Ring ; a drama by Kalidasa, to which is added Meghaduta, and Bhagavadgita. Edited with an in- troduction by T. Holme. London, 1902, pp. 240.

Translations. A. English. Śacountalā, or the Fatal Ring, translated from the original Sanskrit and Prakrit [by Sir William Jones]. 1° ed., Calcutta, 1789, pp. 184; 2° ed., London, 1790; 3° ed., London, 1792; 4° ed., Edinburgh, 1796, pp. 161. Reprinted at Calcutta, 1855; London, 1870; Calcutta, 1887, 1899, pp. 74.

Śakuntala, or the Lost Ring. Translated by M. Williams. 1° ed., Hertford, 1853; 2° ed., 1855; 3° ed., 1856; 4° ed., London, 1872; 5° ed., 1887; 6° ed., 1890.

Śakuntala, translated by Monier Williams, edited by B. V. N. Kīrtikar. Bombay, 1885, pp. 98. [An abridgment of Williams's version.]

Śakoontala, or the Lost Ring. Translated by Monier Williams. New York, 1885.

Śakuntalā. An English translation by Kṛṣṇa Kamal Bhaṭṭācārya. Calcutta, 1891, pp. 134.

Shakuntala, or the Recovered Ring. Translated by A. H. Edgren. New York, 1894, pp. 198.

Sakuntalā. Translation by Kālīpāda Mukerjee. In his Notes on Śakuntalā, Calcutta, 1895.

A literal English translation of Abhijñāna Śakuntalā with an introduction by T. R. Ratnam Aiyar. Madras, 1896, pp. 84.

Śakuntalā. Translated by Kalikes Banerji. Nadia (Bengal), 1901, pp. 166.

Śakuntalā. Translated by J. G. Jennings. Allahabad, 1902, pp. 217.

Śakuntalā: Idylls of Ancient Ind. By R. Vasudeva Row. Madras, 1903, pp. 6 + 94. [An attempt to render into idyllic poetry the subject of Kālidāsa's drama.]

Śakuntalā. Translated by A. M. Wright. Springfield, Mass., U. S. A., 1904, pp. 84.

B. French. Sacontala, ou I'anneau fatal, drame traduit de la langue Sanscrit en Anglais, par Sir W. Jones, et de 1' Anglais en Frangais par le citoyen A. Bruguiere ; avec des notes des traducteurs. Paris, 1803.

Gautier, Theophile. Sacountala, Ballet-Pantomime en deux actes tire du drame de Calidasa. Musique de Reyer. Paris, 1859.

Fauche, Hippolyte. Oeuvres choisies de Kalidasa. Sakuntala. Paris, 1865.

La Reconnaissance de Sakountala, drame en sept actes de Kali- dasa, traduit du Sanskrit par P. E. Foucaux. 1° ed., Paris, 1867, pp. 24 -f- 188 ; 2° ed., 1874.

Sacountala. Traduite par Abel Bergaigne et P. Lehugeur. Paris, 1884, pp. II -f 195.

L'anneau de ^akuntala, comedie heroique. Traduite par A. Fer- dinand Herold. Paris, 1896, pp. 161.

C. German. Sakontala, oder der Entscheidende Ring. Aus den Ursprachen Sanskrit und Prakrit ins Englische und aus diesem ins Deutsche iibersetzt mit Erlauterungen von G. Forster. 1° ed., Mainz and Leipzig, 1 791, pp. 40 -f- 366; 2° ed., Frankfurt -am -Main, 1803, pp. 44 -h 267. Reprinted at Heidelberg, 1820, pp. 44 + 268, and at Leipzig, 1879, pp. 136.

Sakontala, oder der verhangnissvoUe Ring ; indisches Drama des Kalidas in sechs Aufzugen. Metrisch fiir die Biihne bear- beitet von Wilhelm Gerhard. Leipzig, 1820, pp. 16 -|- 190.

Sakuntala, oder der Erkennungsring, iibersetzt von B. Hirzel. 1° ed., Zurich, 1833, pp. 29 -|- 155 ; 2° ed., 1849.

Sakuntala von Hoppl. 1854. [Free translation of the text]

Sakuntala, ein indisches Schauspiel von Kalidasa, aus dem Sans- krit und Prakrit iibersetzt und erlautert von Ernest Meier. In Die klassischen Dichtungen der Inder, 2. Theil, Stutt- gart, 1847-54. Reprinted in Bibliothek auslandischer Klas- siker, no. 58 : 1° ed., Hildburgshausen, 1867; 2° ed., Leipzig, 1874.

Sakuntala, indisches Schauspiel von Kalidasa, metrisch iibersetzt von Edmund Lobedanz. 1° ed., Leipzig, 1854, pp. 8 4- 164; 2° ed., 1867; 3° ed., 1867, pp. 64-164; 4° ed., 1871 ; 6° ed., 1878 ; 7° ed., 1884.

Aus F. Riickert's Nachlass. Leipzig, 1867 and 1876. [Con- tains a translation of the Sakuntala.]

Sakuntala, frei nach Kalidasa' s altindischem Drama von A. Frei- herrn von Wolzogen. Schwerin, 1869; Biihnenausgabe, Leipzig, 1879 (?), pp. 76.

Sakuntala. Metrisch frei bearbeitet von Arthur. Dresden, 1871.

Sakuntala. Fiir die deutschen Biihnen bearbeitet von A. Donsdorf Wien, 1876, pp. 72.

fakuntala, von Fr. Bodenstedt. Leipzig, 1887. [A romantic epic based on Kalidasa' s drama ; cf A. F. J. Remy, The Influence of India and Persia on the Poetry of Germany, New York, 1901, pp. 69-71.]

Sakuntala. Metrisch iibersetzt von Ludwig Fritze. In his In- disches Theater, vol. 2, Chemnitz, 1877-79.

Sakuntala. Dichtung von Carl Wittkowsky. Musik von Ph. Scharwenka. Berlin, 1883, pp. 44.

Ballet in zwei Akten und fiinf Bildern. Nach Kalidasa's Dichtung. Musik von S. Bachrich, in Scene gesetzt von Cad Telle. Vienna, 1884, pp. 16.

Sakuntala. Deutsch von Hermann Camillo Kellner. Leipzig, 1890, pp. 111.

Sakuntala. Indisches Schauspiel. Frei bearbeitet von G. Schmilinsky. Dresden, 1900, pp. 106.

Sakuntala. Ein indisches Spiel. In deutscher Buhnenfassung von Max Moller. Berlin, 1902, pp. 7 + 117.

Sakuntala. Romantisches Marchendrama in fiinf Akten und einem Vorspiel, frei nach Kalidasa fur die deutschen Biihnen bearbeitet von Leopold von Schroeder. Munich, 1903, pp. 14 + 73.

D. Dutch. Sakontala, of de beslissende ring. Indisch schou- spel. Mit opheld van G. Forster. Vertaald van E. M. Post. Haarlem, 1792.

Sakuntala, of het Herkenningsteeken : Indisch tooneelspel in 7 bedrijven van Kalidasa. Uit het Sanskrit vertaald door H. Kern. Haarlem, 1862.

E. Swedish. Sakuntala; ett Indiskt dramatiskt Poem af Kalidas, ofversatt fran Sanskrit pa Engelska af W. Jones, och efter denne samt G. Forsters tyska tolkning pa svenska af J. Ekelund. Stockholm, 182 1, pp. 222.

Schakuntala, eller den Forlorade Ringen. Ett indiskt skadespel af Kalidasa fran Sanskrit ofversatt och forklaradt af H. Edgren. Stockholm, 1875, pp. 184.

F. Danish. Sacontala eller den uheldige Ring, et indiansk Drama af Calidas ; oversat af Original -Sprogene Sanscrit og Pracrit i Engelsk ; og heraf i Dansk med en Inleidning tel den danske Oversattelse. Copenhagen, 1793, pp. 71+230. [The translator was Hans West]

Sakuntala, Skuespel i syv Optrin oversat og forklaret af Martin Hammerich. 1° ed., Copenhagen, 1845, PP- ^^ + ^39 J 2° ed., 1858, pp. 170; 3° ed., 1879.

G. Icelandic. Sakuntala. Translated by Dr. Steingrin Thoratainsohn.

H. Italian.[1] Śacontala, ossia L'Anello Fatale. Dramma tradotto dalla lingua orientale Sanskrit nell' idioma inglese dal Sig. W. Jones, indi dall' inglese in francese dal Sig. A. Bruguière, ultimamente dal francese in italiano da L. Doria. Con note. Darmstadt, 1815, pp. 15 + 214.

Sacuntala riconosciuta per mezzo dell' anello. Dramma in sette atti. In Teatro scelto indiano, tradotto dal Sanscrito da Antonio Marazzi, vol. i, Milan, 1871, pp. 9-176.

La Sacuntala di Calidasa, tradotta dal Sanscrito da O. Perini. Verona, 1873. In Versioni Indiane.

Sakuntala, dramma lirico da Alfredo Baccelli. Rome, 1888.

I. Spanish. Sakuntala, drama del poeta indio Kalidasa. Ver- sion directa del Sanskrit por F. Garcia Ayuso. Madrid, 1875. In Biblioteca Sanskrita.

J. Russian. Sakuntala, indeiskaya drama. Perevod s Sans- kritskago Alex. Putyata. Moscow, 1879.

Sakuntala, Sanskritskaya drama v 7 deistviyakh. St. Petersburg. Desevaya Biblioteka, A. S. Suvorina, no. 252.

Sakuntala. Drama v 7 deistviyakh. Perevod N. Volostskago, Vologda, 1890, pp. 179.

K. Polish. Sakontala czyli pierscien przeznaczenia : dramat indyjski w vii aktach z prologiem ze Sanskryckiego z rekopismu, wydal Hrabia J. Grabowski. (Objasnienia przez J. Forstera.) Warsaw, 1861.

L. Hungarian. Sakuntala. Translated by F. Karoly. Budapest, 1887.

M. Bohemian. Sakontalo : drama Indicke od Kalidasy. Prelozil C. Vyprpio. In Poesie Svetova, pt. 6, 1873, pp. 200.

N. Bengali. Sakuntala, adapted from the Sanskrit drama of Kalidasa by I. C. Vidyasagar. Calcutta, 1885.

Abhijfiana Sakuntala. Translated into Bengali by J. N. Tagore. Calcutta, 1899, pp. 146.

O. Marathi. Shakuntala recognized by the ring. With a translation into Marathi by K. S. Rajvade. Bombay, 1869, pp. II + 267.

Sakuntala with paraphrases in Sanskrit and in Marathi. Dhar- war, 1882. In the Kavyanatakadarsa.

Sangita Shakuntala Natak. Poona, 1887, pp. 176.

P. Hindi. Sakuntala. Translated into Hindi. Critically edited with notes by Frederic Pincott. Text of K. L. Sinh. i ° ed., London, 1876, pp. 12 + 139. 2° ed., 1890.

Q. Hindustani. Sakuntala translated into Hindustani from a Hindi version by Kazim *Ali Jawan. Lucknow, 1875, PP- 31.

R. Tamil. Sakuntala. Traduction de la Version tamoule [by Ramacandra or Rajanallur] par Gerard Deveze. In Revue de Linguistique, 19.(1886), pp. 269-292, 361-380; 20 (1887), pp. 68-78, 1 14-129, 257-272, 352-376; 21 (1888), pp. 48-53.

S. Telugu . Sakuntala. A new version in Telugu prose and verse by D. S. Pantulu. Madras, 1898, pp. 122.

Criticism. Notes on Sakuntala. In Bengali, English, and Sanskrit. Calcutta, 1895, pp. 323.

Berchet, Giovanni, Saggio sul dramma indiano la Sacontala, ossia r Anello Fatale, di Calidasa. Milan (?), 1 8 1 8. [In the Conciliate re under pseudonym of Grisostomo.]

Bohtlingk, Otto von. Einige Nachtrage zu meiner Ausgabe der Ring-f akuntala. In Bulletin de la classe des sciences his- toriques, philosophiques et politiques de I'Academie de St. Petersbourg, 2, p. 119.

Bollensen, Fr. Die Recensionen der Sakuntala. In Nachrichten der Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Gottingen, June 23, 1880.

Borooah, Anundoram. A Companion to the Sanskrit-reading Undergraduates of Calcutta University, Part 4, on the Abhijnana Sakuntala of Kalidasa. Calcutta, 1878, pp. 6+58.

Burkhard, C, Die Ka^mirer f akuntala-Handschrift, Vienna, 1884, pp, 163.

Burkhard, C, Lectiones codicis f akuntali Bikanlrensis. Vienna, 1882, pp, 16, Progr. d. Franz-Josephs Gymn.

Burkhard, C, Flexiones Pracriticae quas editioni suae Sacuntali pro supplemento adjecit, Breslau, 1874, pp. 9-1-41.

Chezy, A, L. Notes et corrections supplementaires pour Tedition in 4° du drame indien de Calidasa intitule La Reconaissance de Sacountala donnee en 1830. Paris, 183 1, pp, 49.

Cappeller, C. [Review of the editions of the Sakuntala by Pischel and Williams, and of the translations by Riickert and Fritze] in Jenaer Literaturzeitung, 1877, Art. 117.

Gilchrist, J. B. Sukoontala Natuk ; being an Appendix to the English and Hindoostanee Dialogues in the Universal Char- acter. London, 1826, pp. 20+ 104.

Gubernatis, A. de. Sacountala et Griselda. In Verh. des 13. in- tern. Orientalisten-Kongr. (1902), Leiden, 1904, pp. 21-24.

Hamaker, H. A. Over de Sakontala van Calidas. In Mnemosyne, 2 (1823), p. 213.

Hedrstrom, O. F. Om Sakuntala. Upsala, 1875.

Kalipada Mukerjee. Notes on Sakuntala. i. Notes ; 2. Trans- lation ; 3. Appendices. Calcutta, 1895, pp. 325.

Miiller, B. Kalidasa's fakuntala und ihre Quelle. Breslau, 1874, pp. 20. [Programm.]

Pischel, R. De Kalidasae f akuntali recensionibus (Particula prima). Breslau, 1870, pp. 67.

Pischel, R. Die Recensionen der f akuntala. Eine Antwort an Herrn Prof. A. Weber. Breslau, 1875, pp. 27.

Rabe, C. De Calidasae Sacuntala. Breslau, 1845, PP- 35.

Ryder, Arthur W. Krsnanatha's Commentary on the Bengal Re- cension of the fakuntala. • In JAOS. 23 (1902), pp. 79-83.

Sarkar, Vihari Lai. Sakuntala-Rahasya. The true import of the Sakuntala. Calcutta, 1896, pp. 144. [In Bengali.]

Schuyler, Montgomery, Jr. The Editions and Translations of Sakuntala. In JAOS. 22 (1901), pp. 237-248.

Weber, A. Die Recensionen der fakuntala. In Indische Studien, 14 (1876), pp. 35-69, 161-311.

Wilson, H. H. Sur un drame indien ; extrait du Calcutta Annual Register, et traduit par M. Dondey-Dupre fils. In J A. 1° series, vol. 10 (1827), pp. 174-179.

 

VikramorvasI trotaka. Manuscripts. A i. p. 569 = 50 Mss. and 2 Com. ; by Abbayacarana i, by Katayavema 2, by Ran- ganatha 3, by Ramamaya i ; A 2. p. 134 = 7 Mss. and Com. by Katayavema i, by Ranganatha 3 ; A 3. p. 120 = 2 Mss. and Com. by Katayavema i ; Hz. 3. 1774; lO. 7. 4120; TT. 66 Com. by Katayavema, Hz. 3. 1755 ; Com. by Ranganatha, 10. 7. 41 21.

Text Editions. Vikramorvasi. With a commentary explanatory of the Prakrit passages. Calcutta, 1830, pp. 122.

Urvasia, Fabula Calidasi. Textum sancritum edidit, interpre- tationem latinam et notas illustrantes adjecit Robertus Lenz. Berlin, 1833, pp. 25 + 238.

Vikramorvasi, das ist, Urwasi, der Preis der Tapferkeit, ein Drama Kalidasa's, in fiinf Akten. Herausgegeben, (iber- setzt und erlautert von F. Bollensen. St. Petersburg, 1846, pp 17 + 608 4- 88.

Vikramorvasi. Edited by M. Monier Williams. Hertford, 1 849. [Prakrit passages in Sanskrit only.]

Vikramorvasi. Edited with a commentary of the Prakrit pas- sages. Bombay, 1859, pp. 119.

Vikramorvasi. Edited by R. Tarkaratna. Calcutta, 1868.

Vikramorvasi. Edited with notes by R. Sarman. Calcutta, 1869, pp. 2+155.

Vikramorvasi. Calcutta, 1870, pp. 6^]. [Prakrit passages in Sanskrit only.]

Vikramorvasi. Edited with the commentary of Taranatha Sar- man by J. Vidyasagara. Calcutta, 1873, PP- 1S4.

Vikramorva^iyam, herausgegeben nach dravidischen Handschriften von R. Pischel. In Monatsb. der Konigl. Akad. der Wiss. zu Berlin, 1875 (1876), pp. 609-670.

Vikramorvasiyam. Edited with English notes by S. P. Pandit. 1° ed., Bombay, 1879, pp. 12 + 162 ; 2° ed., 1889, pp. 310; 3° ed., 1 90 1. Bombay Sanskrit Series, no. 16.

Vikramorvasi. Little Conjevaram, 1883, pp. 60.

Vikramorvasi, with interpretation of the Prakrit passages. Viza- gapatam, 1883, pp. 118.

Vikramorvasi, with a commentary. Edited by P. C. N. Charya.

Vizagapatam, 1883, pp. 180.

Vikramorvasi, with commentary. Madras, 1884, pp. 24.

Vikramorvasiya, with the commentary of Ranganatha. Edited by K. P. Parab and M. R. Telang. 1° ed., Bombay, 1888, pp. 148; 2° ed., 1889, pp. 310.

Vikramorvasiyam. The Student's Practical Edition with Sanskrit Text, English Translation, and Notes by G. B. Vaidya. Bombay, 1894, pp. 12 + 96 + 216.

Vikramorvasl. Edited with an elucidary commentary in Sanskrit by M. R. Kale. Bombay, 1895, pp. 173.

Vikramorvasiya with the commentary Arthaprakasika. Edited with an English translation, critical and explanatory notes, and various readings by M. R. Kale, i ° ed., Bombay, 1898, pp. 374; 2°ed., 1903, pp. 374.

Vikramorvasiyam. With Sanskrit text, English translations, copious notes, and an elaborate introduction, by K. B. Paranjpe. Bombay, 1898, pp. 264.

Translations. A. English. Vikrama and Urvasi, or the Hero and the Nymph. Translated by Wilson, i, pp. 183-274.

Vikramorvasl. Translated into English prose by E. B. Cowell. Hertford, 1851.

Vikramorvasl. Translated into English lyrical verse by Brajen- dranath De. Canto i. In Calcutta Review, Oct. 1884, pp. 440-442.

Urvasie. In English poetry by Aurobind Ghose. Bombay, 1899. PP- 39.

B. French. Vikramorva^i. Ourva9i donnee pour prix de I'heroisme. Drame traduit du Sanscrit par P. E. Foucaux. 1° ed., Paris, 1861, pp. 96; 2° ed., 1879, PP- ^17- ^ibl. Orient. Elzevir., no. 26.

C. German. Urwasi, der Preis der Tapferkeit. Ein indisches Schauspiel. Aus dem Sanskrit und Prakrit iibersetzt von K. G. A. Hoefer. Berlin, 1837, pp. 8 +100.

Urwasi und der Held. Indisches Melodram von Kalidasa, dem Dichter der Sakuntala. Aus dem Sanskrit und Prakrit metrisch iibersetzt von B. Hirzel. Frauenfeld, 1838, pp. 30 + 164.

Urvasi. Deutsch metrisch bearbeitet von E. Lobedanz. 1° ed., Leipzig, 1 86 1, pp. 14 -j- 115 ; 3° ed., 1884.

Urvasi, ein indisches Schauspiel von Kalidasa, metrisch iibersetzt von Ludwig Fritze. Leipzig, 1880, pp. 80.

D. Swedish. Vikramorvasl. Ofversatt och forklaradt af C. J. Bergstedt. Stockholm, 1846.

Vikramorvaci. Ofversatt af A. J. Callin. Helsingborg, 1866.

E. Italian. Vikramorvasi, dramma tradotto di Francesco Cimmino. Turin, 1890, pp. 79.

F. Spanish. Vikramorvasi, drama del poeta indio Kalidasa. Version directa del Sanskrit por F. Garcia Ayuso. Madrid, 1874, pp. 136. In Biblioteca Sanskrita.

G. Bohemian. Urvasi. Drama v peti jednanich od Kalidasy. Emanuel Fait. Prague, 1890, pp. 10. [Program of the Czech Realgymnasium.]

H. Bengali. Vikramorvasi, translated into Bengali by K. Singh. Calcutta, 1857.

I. Gujarati. Vikramorvasi. Translated into Gujarati by R. Udayarama. Bombay, 1868.

Vikramorvashiya. A Sanskrit drama in 5 acts translated into Gujarati prose and verse with critical, explanatory, and mythological notes, and a complete life of the poet, by K. G. Bhatt. Bombay, 1898, pp. 258.

Criticism. Lenz, Robert. Apparatus criticus ad Urvasiam fab- ulam Calidasi, quem tamquam suae eius libri editionis ap- pendicem Londinii conscripsit. Berlin, 1834, pp. 36.

 

Collected Works of Kālidāsa. Oeuvres completes de Kalidasa traduites du Sanscrit en frangais pour la premiere fois par Hippolyte Fauche. Paris, 1859-60, 2 vols.

Teatro scelto indiano, tradotto dal Sanscrito da Antonio Marazzi. Vol. I. Teatro di Calidasa. Milan, 1871, pp. 429.

Mahakavi Kalidaser Granthavali. Edited by N. K. Basu. Calcutta, 1892.

Mahakavi Kalidaser Granthavali. The works of the great poet Kalidasa. Edited by U. N. Mukherji. 2° ed., Calcutta, 1896, pp. 1356.

Works of Kalidasa. Translated into English. Calcutta, 1901, 2 vols.

 

General Criticism of Kālidāsa. Bendall, Cecil. Kalidasa in Ceylon. In JRAS. n.s. 20 (1888), p. 440. Bhau Daji. On the Sanscrit Poet Kalidasa. In JRASBo. 6 (1861), pp. 19-30, 207-230.

Grierson, G. A. Are Kalidasa's Heroes monogamists ? In JASBe. 46 (1877), pp. 39-40.

Grierson, G. A. Some Further Notes on Kalidasa. Calcutta, 1879, pp. 46.

Grierson, G. A. Some Further Notes on Kalidasa. In JASBe. 48 (1879), PP- 32-48.

Harris, Ch. An Investigation of some of Kalidasa's Views. Evansville, Ohio, 1884, pp. 58.

Huth, G. Die Zeit des Kalidasa. Mit einem Anhang : Zur Chronologie der Werke des Kalidasa. Berlin, 1 890, pp. 6S.

Jackson, A. V. Williams. Kalidasa. In Warner's Library of the World's Best Literature, vol. 15. New York, 1897.

Jackson, A. V. Williams. Time Analysis of Sanskrit Plays, i. The Dramas of Kalidasa. In JAOS. 20 (1899), pp. 341- 359.

Jackson, A. V. Williams. Notes from India, i. A legend of Kalidasa preserved at Ujjain. In JAOS. 22 (190 1), pp. 331-332.

Jacobi, H. The Date of Kalidasa. In lA. 19 (1890), p. 285.

Leonard, G. S. Further Proofs of the Polygamy of Kalidasa's Heroes. In JASBe. 46 (1877), pp. 160-163.

Liebich, B. Das Datum Candragomin's und Kalidasa's. In Jahresbericht der Schlesischen Gesellschaft fiir vaterlandische Kultur, Orient-sprachwiss. Sektion. Breslau, 1903, pp. 11.

Nève, F. Calidasa dans les rafifinements de sa culture. Paris, 1864.

Pischel, R. Neue Bruchstiicke des Sanskritkanons der Buddhisten aus Idykutsari, Chinesisch-Turkestan, mit drei Tafeln. In Sitzungsb. der kgl. Preuss. Akad. der Wiss. 39 (1904), pp. 1 1 38-1 145. [A fragment quoted p. 1 144 connects Kalidasa with the court of King Bhoja. Cf Kielhorn in The Acad- emy, June 16, 1894, vol. 45, pp. 498-499.]

Pathak, K. B. On the date of Kalidasa. In JRASBo. 19 (1895), pp. 35-43.

Prannath Pandit. Morals of Kalidasa. In JASBe. 45 (1876), pp. 352-367.

Kantimatiparinaya 6 1 Summer, Mary. Les heroines de Kalidasa et celles de Shakespeare. Paris, 1879. Bibl. Orient. Elzevir., no. 24.

J. E. Seneviratne. The life of Kalidas. Colombo, 1901, pp. 5 + 35.

R. V. Tullu. Traditionary Account of Kalidasa. In lA. 7 (1878), pp. 115-117.

 

Kalidasa Prahasananataka. Madras, 1883, pp. 30.

Kalidasaprahasana A i . p. 99. See also Kasidasaprahasana.

Kalikeliprahasana (vaikrta) mentioned in RS.

Kalyanlparinaya A i. p. 86 = 2 Mss.

Kamadatta bhanika mentioned in SD. 556.

Kamadatta dhurtaprakarana mentioned in RS.

Kamakslparinaya A i. p. 94.

Kamalakanthlrava see Narayana.

Kamalavilasa see Sivanarayanadasa.

Kamalinikalaharnsa see Cudamani Diksita.

Kamavilasa see Venkappa.

Kampanipratapamandana see Bindumadhava.

Karnsavadha see Damodara and Sesakrsna.

Kanakavalllparinaya A i. p. 78.

Kanakavatlmadhava silpaka mentioned in SD. 551.

Kancanacarya Dhanarnjayavijaya vyayoga A i. p. 266 = 14 Mss.; A 2. p. 57 ; A 3. p. 58 = i Ms. and Com. by Ramakrsna i ; CS. 226. Analyzed by Wilson, 2, p. 374.

Idem Dhanarnjayavijaya, a comedy in one act by Kan- cana Acarya. Bombay, 1856, pp. 10.

Idem Dhanarnjayavijaya. Edited by T. Tarkavacaspati. 1° ed., Calcutta, 1857, pp. 26; 2° ed., 1871, pp. 16.

Idem Dhanarnjayavijaya. Mysore, 1880, pp. 26.

Idem Dhanarnjayavijaya. Edited by Sivadatta and Parab. Bombay, 1895, pp. 3 + 20. Kavyamala, no. 54.

Kandarpadarpana see Srikantha and Venkata Kavi.

Kandarpakeli prahasana mentioned in SD. 5 34-5 3 5.

Kantimatiparinaya see Cokkanatha.

Kanyamadhava A i. p. 79.

Karnasundarl see Bilhana.

Karpuramafijarl see Raja§ekhara.

Karunakandala mentioned in RS.

Kasldasaprahasana A i. p. 104. See also Kalidasaprahasana.

Ka^ipati Mukundananda bhana A i. p. 459= 15 Mss.; A 2. pp. 106, 217=3 Mss.; A 3. p. 99; 10. 7. 4195.

Idem Mukundananda. Edited by Modaka and Sane. Poona, 1878. In Kavyetihasasamgraha, i, pts. 1-5.

Idem Mukundananda. A monologue drama on the adven- tures of a loose character. Madras, 1882, pp. 78.

Idem Mukundananda. Edited by Durgaprasada and Parab. Bombay, 1889, pp. 3 -f 74. Kavyamala, no. 16.

Ka^yapa Abhinavakalidasa Srngarakosa bhana A i . p. 660.

Kaumudlsudhakara see Tarkalamkara.

Kau^ika Nallabudha Srfigarasarvasva bhana A i . p. 661.

Idem Sriigarasarvasva. Edited by Durgaprasada and Parab. Bombay, 1902, pp. 5 -|- 38. Kavyamala, no. 78.

Kautukaratnakara prahasana A i. p. 131 ; A 2. p. 25 = lO. 7. 4197. Analyzed by Cappeller in Gurupujakaumudl^ Festgabe fiir Weber, Leipzig, 1896, pp. 62—63.

Kautukasarvasva see Gopinatha.

Kavibhusana Adbhutarnava A 3. p. 2.

Kavikarnapura (born in 1525) Caitanyacandrodaya A i. p. 190 = 3 Mss. ; A2. p. 200 ; A 3. p. 41 ; CS. 225 ; SCBen. 796.

Idem Chaitanya Chandroday Natak. In Sanskrit and Ben- gali. Calcutta, 1853, PP- 490.

Idem Caitanyacandrodaya, or the incarnation of Caitanya, a drama in ten acts. With a comment explanatory of the Prakrita passages by Visvanatha Sastri. Edited by R. Mitra. Calcutta, 1854. In Bibl. Indica.

Idem Caitanyacandrodaya. Edited with a commentary by J. Vidyasagara. Calcutta, 1885, pp. 452.

Kavi Pandita Hrdayavinoda prahasana A 2. p. 237.

Kaviputra, a dramatist, mentioned in the prologue of the Mālavikāgnimitra of Kalidasa.

Kavi^ekhara see Jyotiri^vara.

Kavi^vara Madhavanala A i. p. 450.

Kavitarkikasimha Rukminiparinaya A 2. p. 123.

Keliraivataka hallisa mentioned in SD. 555.

Keralabharana see Ramacandra Diksita.

Kesavacarita mentioned in the Natakacandrika.

Ke^avanatha Godaparinaya A i. p. 159= 5 Mss.

Kimpaca A i. p. 106.

Kridarasatala srigadita mentioned in SD. 5 50.

Krsna or Krsnakavi see Sesakrsna.

Krsnabhakticandrika see Anantadeva.

Krsnabhyudaya see Lokanatha.

Krsnadatta Maithila (first part of 17th century) Kuvalayas- vlya A I. p. 113.

Idem Purafijanacarita A i. p. 339.

Idem Sandrakutuhala prahasana A i. p. 707.

Krsnakavindra (perhaps the same as Sesakrsna, cf A i. p. 117) Satyabhamavilasa or Satyabhamaparinaya A i . p. 689.

Krsnakavi^ekhara (wrote before 1643) Kuvalayavati natika A3, p. 25 = 10. 7. 4184.

Krsnakutuhala see Madhusudana Sarasvati. Krsnalila see Vaidyanatha.

Krsnalilatarangini see Narayanatirtha.

Krsnamacari R. Vasantikasvapna. An adaptation of Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream. A Sanskrit drama in five acts. Kumbhakonam, 1892, pp. 15 +71.

 

Kṛṣṇamiśra (2d half of 11th century), son of
Viṣṇu, wrote for King Kīrtivarmadeva.

Prabodhacandrodaya. Manuscripts. A i. p. 352 = 75 Mss. and 9 Com. ; by Appayya Diksita 3, by Ganesa i, by Mathuranatha I, by Mahesvara i, by Ramadasa 14, by Rudradeva 2, by Sadatman i ; A 2, pp. 78, 211 = 15 Mss. and 2 Com. ; by Ganesa 2, by Ramadasa 4, by Subrah- manya 2, by Govinda i; A 3. p. 75 = 20 Mss. and Com. by Ganesa 2, by Devaraja i, by Ramadasa 8 ; SCBen. 693 ; Weber 1357 (in Bhasa); Hz. 3. 1578; 10. 7. 4138,4139, 4140, 4141, 4143 ; TT. 68 ; Com. by Ghanasyama, Hz. 3. 1583 ; Com. by Ganesa, 10. 7. 4143; Com. by Govinda, 10. 7. 4144; Com. by Ramadasa, 10. 7. 4139, 4140, 4141, 4142, 4143; Com., SCBen. 693.

Text Editions. Prabodhacandrodaya, with a commentary by Mahesvara Nyayalamkara. Edited by Bhavanicarana Sarman. Calcutta, 1832, pp. 54. [In Bengali characters.]

Prabodhacandrodaya. Sanscrite cum scholiis et variis lectionibus edidit H. Brockhaus. Leipzig, 183 5-1 845, pp. 8 -|- 254. [Contains the commentaries of Ramadasa and Mahesvara Nyayalamkara.]

Prabodhacandrodaya, with the commentary of Nyayalamkara. Calcutta, 1838.

Prabodhacandrodaya. Poona, 1851.

Prabodhacandrodaya, with the commentary of Nyayalamkara. Edited by J. Vidyasagara. Calcutta, 1874, pp. 135.

Prabodhacandrodaya. With Ramadasa' s commentary called Prakasa. Edited by S. Tiruvenkatacarya. Madras, 1876, pp. 3 -f 166.

Prabodhacandrodaya, with Ramadasa' s Prakasa, revised by Tryambaka Gondhalekhara. 2° ed., Poona, 1881, pp. 136.

Prabodhacandrodaya, with the commentary Prakasa. Madras, 1884, pp. 166.

Prabodhacandrodaya, edited with a commentary by R. V. Diksit. Poona, 1886, pp. 178.

Prabodhacandrodaya. Edited by Adyanath Vidyabhusan. Shibpur, 1894, pp. 168.

Prabodhacandrodaya. With a commentary by Mahesvara Nya- yalamkara, edited by Pandit H. Sastri. Calcutta, 1895, pp. 161.

Prabodhacandrodaya with the commentary Candrika. Bombay, 1898, pp. 251.

Translations. A. English. Prabodha Candrodaya, or Rise of the Moon of Intellect, a spiritual drama, and Atma Bodha, or the Knowledge of the Spirit. Translated from the Sans- krit by J. Taylor, M.D. i°ed., Bombay, 1812; 2° ed., Calcutta, 1854, pp. 13 + 125; 3° ed., Bombay, 1893, pp. 18 + 74.

Prabodhacandrodaya. Translated by Gangadhar Nyayaratna. Calcutta, 1852. [English translation ?]

B. French. Le Lever de la lune de la connaissance. Tra- duction de la Prabodhacandrodaya sanscrite par S. Deveze. In Revue de Ling. 32 (1899), pp. 230-246; 33 (1900), pp. 67-^^6, 223-239 ; 34 (1901), pp. 240-254; 35 (1902), pp. 27-40, 195-21 1 ; 36 (1903), pp. I39-I59> 226-245.

C. German. Prabod'h Chandro'daya, das ist, der Aufgang des Mondes der Erkenntniss, ein allegorisches Drama. Nach der englischen Ubersetzung des Dr. J. Taylor von J. G. Rhode. In Beitrage zur Alterthumskunde mit besonderer Riicksichtauf das Morgenland, Berlin, 1820, 2, pp. 41-99. [First three acts.]

Prabodhacandrodaya. Die Geburt des Begriffs. Ein theo- logisch-philosophiches Drama, zum ersten Male ins Deutsch ijbersetzt ; mit einem Vorwort eingefiihrt von K. Rosen- kranz. Konigsberg, 1842, pp. 25 + 183. [Translated by Th. Goldstiicker ; published without his name.]

Prabodhacandrodaya, oder der Erkenntnissmondaufgang. Phi- losophisches Drama. Nebst Kalidasa, Meghaduta. Metrisch iibersetzt von B. Hirzel. Zurich, 1846.

D. Dutch. De Maan der Kennis. Theologisch-metaphysisch Drama. Vertaald door P. A. S. van Limburg Brouwer. Amsterdam, 1869.

E. Russian. Toryestvo svetloi mysli. Drama v sest' aktakh. Perevod s Sanskritskago. Moscow, 1 847, pp. 20 + 1 94. Moskovski naucny i literaturny sbornik, vol. 18.

F. Bengali. Atmatattvakaumudi, being a paraphrase of the Prabodhacandrodaya in Bengali, by K. Tarkapancanana, G. Gangadhar and R. Siromani. Calcutta, 1822, pp. 194, with the verses of the original in Sanskrit; 2° ed., 1855, pp. 190; 3° ed., i86r, pp. 168.

Prabodh Chandroday. Translated from Sanskrit by Gangadhar Nyayaratna. Calcutta, 1852. [Bengali translation?]

G. Hindustani. Tah^il-i makal, also called Ta'wl^-i iman. Translated by Aka Hasan. Gujranwala, 1871, pp. 60.

Criticism. Schuyler, Montgomery, Jr. A Bibliography of the Plays of Bhavabhuti and of Krsnamisra. In JAOS. 25 (1904), pp. 189-196.

 

Krsnamisra Viravijaya ihamrga A i. p. 595.

Krsnananda Vacaspati Antar Vyakarana Natyaparisista. A drama embodying grammar. Calcutta, 1 894-1 896, 2 pts., pp. 131 + 303.

Krsnananda Bhattacarya Natyaparisista, i. e., an appendix to dramatic literature. Lessons in Sanskrit grammar dis- guised in the form of a dramatic entertainment. With two commentaries. Calcutta, 1 840, pp. 152.

Idem Natyaparisista. A grammatical commentary containing discussions on the subject of Sanskrit inflexion. Cal- cutta, 1855, pp. 125.

Krsnanatha Sarvabhaumabhattacarya Anandalatika lO. 7. 4203.

Krsnaraya (i6th century) Jambavatikalyana A i. p. 206.

Krsna Suri Draupadiparinaya A 2. p. 57.

Krtarthamadhava see Ramamanika.

Krtyaravana quoted in SD. 423.

Ksemacandrabodha A i. p. 134.

Ksemendra Vyasadasa (nth century) Citrabharata mentioned in his Aucityavicaracarca 31 and Kavikanthabharana 5. i.

Idem Lalitaratnamala mentioned in his Aucityavicaracarca 21.

 

Kṣemīśvara.

Candakausika. Manuscripts. A i. p. 175 = 16 Mss.; A 2. p. 35 = 4 Mss.; A3, p. 2>^ ; CS. 222, 223 ; Hz. 3. 2020.

Text Editions. Candakausika, i.e., the Fierceness of Kausika. A drama in five acts. Bombay, i860, pp. 23.

Candakausika. Edited with a commentary and translation of the Prakrit passages by J. Tarkalamkara. Calcutta, 1867, pp. 5 + 113.

Chanda Kousika. A Drama by Arya Kshemishwara, edited with a commentary by J. Vidyasagara. Calcutta, 1884, pp. 138.

Translation. Kausika's Zorn, Ein indisches Drama von Ksche- misvara. Zum ersten Mai und metrisch iibersetzt von Lud- wig Fritze. Leipzig, 1882, pp. 85.

Criticism. Cimmino, Francesco. Studii sul teatro indiano. 2. Sul dramma Candakausika. In Rendiconto dell' Accademia di Archeologia, Lettere e Belle Arti (di Napoli), 19 (1905), pp. 31-76.

 

Naisadhananda A i. p. 306 = 2 Mss., but cf. A 1. p. 134.

 

Kulapatyanka quoted in SD. 473, This may be only an act of a play.

Kumaranarendrasaha Muditamadalasa A i. p. 461.

Kumaratataya Parijata A i. p. 335.

Kumaravijaya see Ghana^yama.

Kumbha quoted in SD. 476.

Kumudacandra see Ya^a^candra.

Kundamala quoted in SD. 291.

Kundamala see Nagayya.

Kusakumudvatiya see Atiratrayajin.

Kusalavavijaya see Venkata Krsna Diksita.

Kusumabanavilasa bhana A i. p. 113.

Kusumasekharavijaya ihamrga mentioned in SD. 518.

Kuvalayasvacarita see Laksmanamanikya.

Kuvalayasvamadalasa see Vam^amani.

Kuvalayasvlya see Krsnadatta.

Kuvalayavati see Krsnakavi^ekhara.

 

L

Laghuvyasa Vrttivallabha A i. p. 541.

Laksmanamanikya Kuvalayasvacarita A 3. p. 25.

Laksmanamanikyadeva Vikhyatavijaya A 3. p. 120.

Laksminrsimha Kavi Anangasarvasva bhana A i. p. 12.

Laksmisvayamvara see Srinivasa Catuskavindradasa.

Lalitamadhava SCBen. 799 (with Com.)

Lalitamadhava see Rupa Gosvamin.

Lalitaratnamala see Ksemendra.

Lalitavigraharaja see Somadeva.

Lambodara prahasana A i. p. 542.

Latakamelaka see Sankhadhara.

Lavallparinaya see Appa§astrin.

Lllamadhukara bhana mentioned in SD. 513.

Lifigadurbheda see Dadima.

Lingaguntamarama Srfigararasodaya misrabhana A i . p. 661.

Lokananda see Candragomin.

Lokanatha Bhatta Krsnabhy udaya preksanaka A i . p. 1 24.

 

M

Madalasa see Rama Bhatta.

Madalasa see Gokulanatha.

Madalasaparinaya A i. p. 426.

Madanabhusana bhana A i. p. 425.

Madanagopalavilasa see Rama Kavi.

Madanamarijarl see Vilinatha.

Madanasamjivana see Ghana^yama.

Madhava Bhatta Subhadraharana. A Srlgadita, or short drama in one act, on the story of Subhadra, wife of Arjuna. Edited by Durgaprasada and Parab. Bombay, 1888, pp. 3 -J- 20. Kavyamala, no. 9.

Madhavanala A i. p. 450 = 2 Mss.

Madhavanala see Anandadhara and Kavi§vara.

Madhavl vlthika mentioned in RS.

Madhumalat! A I . p. 426.

Madhumathanavijaya quoted in Kavyaloka, p. 152 (A 2. P- 97).

Madhuraniruddha see Candra§ekhara Rayaguru.

Madhusudana redactor of the more recent version of the Mahanataka of Hanuman.

Madhusudana Sarasvati Krsnakutuhala A i. p. 1 19 = 3 Mss.

Idem Visnukutuhala mentioned in DR. intr. p. 30. [Per- haps a mistake for the preceding.]

Mahadeva, son of Krsnasuri, Adbhutadarpana A i. p. 8 = 3 Mss.

Idem Adbhutadarpana. Edited by Durgaprasada and Parab. Bombay, 1896, pp. 3 + i24--f 4. Kavyamala, no. 55.

Mahadeva Eavi^acarya Sarasvati Danakelikaumudi bhanika A I. p. 249.

Mahadeva Sastrin Unmattaraghava A i . p. 66.

Mahadeva see also Mahe^vara.

Mahanataka see Hanuman.

Mahavlracarita see Bhavabhuti.

Mahavlrananda or Virananda mentioned in RS. and in DR. intr. p. 30.

Mahe^a Pandita Svarnamuktavivada 10. 7. 4202.

Idem Svarnamuktavivada. Bombay. In Kavyetihasasarngraha, vol. 10.

Mahe^vara or Mahadeva Dhurtavidambana prahasana A 1. p. 272.

Mahe^vara Sabha A i. p. 696.

Mahesvarananda mentioned in RS.

Mahe§varatmaja Sankaralala Savitricarita chayanataka. An original play in seven acts, on the myth of Savitrl, daughter of Asvapati. Bombay, 1882, pp. 14 + 324.

Mahisamangala bhana, A short drama on an incident occurring in a village called Mahisamangala, apparently written by an inhabitant of the place. With a commen- tary. Palghat, 1890, pp. 84.

Maikela Madhresudanadatta Sarministha. 2° ed., Calcutta, 1854 (1270 A. H.), pp. 84.

Maithillparinaya see Hastimallasena.

Maithillya see Narayana Sastrin.

Makhin see Anandaraya Makhin.

Malamangalabhana (by Malamangala ?) A i. p. 453.

Malamangalabhana. A short dramatic monologue in verse. Olavakod, 1887, pp. 40.

Malatimadhava see Bhavabhuti.

Malavikagnimitra see Kalidasa.

Mallasena see Hastimallasena.

Mallasomayajin or Somayajin Jivanmuktikalyana A i . p. 207.

Mallikamaruta'j^^ Uddandin.

Mangala see Jivananda Jyotirvid.

Manika (end of 14th century) Abhinavaraghavananda L. app. p. 73.

Manjulanaisadha see Paravastu.

Manmathonmathana see Rama.

Mantranga A i. p. 431 = 2 Mss.

Mantrin Ya§ahpala see Ya^ahpala.

Maratakavalliparinaya see Srinivasadasa.

Mathuradasa Vrsabhanuja natika A i. p. 599 = 4 Mss.; A 2. p. 143.

Idem Vrsabhanuja. A drama in four acts. Edited by B. Tripathi. Benares, 1 867-1 869. In The Pandit, old series, vols. 2, 4.

Idem Vrsabhanuja. Edited by Sivadatta and Parab. Bom- bay, 1895, pp. 3 4-60. Kavyamala, no. 46.

Mathuranataka see Candra^ekhara Rayaguru.

Matraraja Anangaharsa (9th century?) Tapasavatsaraja A 1. p. 228 ; A 2. p. 48.

Mayakapalika samlapaka mentioned in SD. 549.

Mayakurangika ihamrga mentioned in RS.

MayurajaUdattaraghava mentioned by Dhanika on DR. 2. 54 ; 3. 3, 22.

Meghesvara see Hastimallasena.

Menakahita rasaka mentioned in SD. 548.

Mentha see Bhartrmentha.

Misrabhana see Gundarama.

Mithyacara see Vaidyanatha.

Mithyajnanakhandana or Mithyajfianavidambana sec Ravidasa.

Moharajaparajaya see Ya^ahpala.

Moksaditya Bhi'mavikrama vyayoga (composed in 1328) CBMMS. 273.

Mrcchakatika see Sudraka.

Mrgankalekha see Vi^vanatha.

Mrksa L. app. p. 79.

Muditamadalasa see Kumaranarendrasaha.

Muditaraghava see Balakrsna.

Mudraraksasa see Vi^akhadatta.

Muktacarita A 2. p. 217 = 2 Mss.

Muktiparinaya see Sundaradeva.

Mukundananda see Ka§ipati.

Mukutataditaka see Bana Bhatta.

Mundita see Sivajyotirvid.

 

Murāri.

Anargharaghava. Manuscripts. A i. p. 1 5 = 68 Mss. and 1 1 Com. ; by Tripurari i, by Dhanesvara 2, by Naracandra 3, by Rucipati 4, by Visnu 3, by Haradatta i, by Harihara 6 ; verses from it 2 ; A 2. p. 186 = I Ms. and Com. by Ruci- pati I, by Visnu i ; A 3. p. 4 = 14 Mss. and Com. by Rucipati 7, by Laksmldhara i, by Visnu 2, by Harihara i ; CS. 214, 215, 216; CBMMS. 256; SCBen. 436; Hz. 3. 1601 ; 10. 7. 41 5 1, 4152, 4153, 4154, 4155 ; Com. by Ramanan- dasrama, Hz. 3. 1602 ; by Harihara, Hz. 3. 1603 ; by Ruci- pati, CS. 217, 218, Hz. 3. 2019, 10. 7. 4156, 4157. Analyzed by Wilson, 2, pp. 375^383.

Text Editions. Anargharaghava. Edited with occasional notes by R Tarkavagisa, Calcutta, i860, pp. 242.

Anargharaghava. Madras, 1870, pp. 114.

Anargharaghava. Edited by J. Vidyasagara. Calcutta, 1875, pp. 178.

Anargharaghava. With the commentary of Rucipati. Edited by Durgaprasada and Parab. 1° ed., Bombay, 1887, pp. 3 + 321 ; 2° ed., 1894, pp. 3 -f 321. Kavyamala, no. 5.

Anargharaghava. Sanskrit text, edited with a commentary by Laksmana Suri. Tanjanagara, 1900, pp. 345.

 

Murarivijaya see Jivarama and Sesakrsna.

 

N

Nagananda see Harsadeva.

Nagaraja A i. p. 283.

Nagayya Kundamala A i . p. 1 09.

Nagnabhupatigraha A i. p. 274.

Naisadhananda see Ksemi^vara.

Nalabhumipalarupaka A i. p. 280.

Nalacaritra see Nilakantha Diksita.

Nalananda see Jivavibudha.

Nalavilasa see Ramacandra.

Nalladiksita Cittavrttikalyana A i. p. 186.

Idem Jivanmuktikalyana A i. p. 207.

Nandighosavijaya see Sivanarayanadasa.

Narakasuravijaya, Narakasuravadha, Narakasuradhvamsa, or Narakadhvamsa see Dharma Pandita.

Narasimha Mi§ra Sivanarayanabhanjamahodaya A 3. p. 134.

Narayana Kamalakanthlrava A i. p. 79.

Narayana Bhatta Janakiparinaya A i . p. 206.

 

Nārāyaṇa Bhaṭṭa.

Venlsamhara or Venlsamvarana. Manuscripts. A 1. p. 603 = 40 Mss. and 2 Com. ; by Jagaddhara 4 ; A 2. pp. 144, 227 = 3 Mss. and Com. by Jagaddhara 3 ; A 3. p. 126= 7 Mss. ; CBMMS. 276; SCBen. 995; Hz. 3. 2017; 10. 7. 4171, 4172; TT. 58; Com. by Jagaddhara, lO. 7. 4173. An- alyzed by Wilson, 2, pp. 335-344.

Text Editions. Venisamhara. Edited with a preface in English by Muktaram Vidyabagish. Calcutta, 1855, pp. 21 + 124.

Venisamhara. Poona, 1856, pp. 69.

Venlsarnhara. Edited with J. Tarkalarnkara's commentary. Calcutta, 1867, pp. 252.

Venisamhara. Edited with a commentary by T. Tarkavacaspati. Calcutta, 1868, pp. 10 + 262. Another ed., 1893, pp. 192.

Veṇīsaṃhāra. With the commentary of C. R. Tivari. Benares, 1868.

Veṇīsaṃhāra. Edited with notes and explanations by K. N. Tarkaratna. Calcutta, 1870, pp. 272. In Majumdar's Series.

Veṇīsaṃhāra. Die Ehrenrettung der Konigin. Kritisch mit Einleitung und Noten herausgegeben von J. Grill. Leipzig, 1871.

Veṇīsaṃhāra with the commentary of Tarkavacaspati. Edited by J. Vidyasagara. Rev. ed., Calcutta, 1875, pp. 205; another ed., 1886.

Veṇīsaṃhāra. Edited by Tirumalatatacarya. Mysore, 1889, pp. 209.

Veṇīsaṃhāra. Edited with the commentary of Jagaddhara, two prefatory notes by L. R. Vaidya, and English notes by N. B. Godabole. Poona, 1895, pp. 324.

Veṇīsaṃhāra. Edited by B. T. and S. T. Dravid. Poona, 1 896, pp. 272.

Veṇīsaṃhāra. Edited by K. P. Parab and K. R. Madgavkar. Bombay, 1898, pp. 218.

Veṇīsaṃhāra. Sanskrit text with a commentary by Laksmana- suri. Cennanagar, no date, pp. 195.

Translation. Veṇīsaṃhāra, a Sanskrit drama, done into English by S. M. Tagore. Calcutta, 1880.

 

Nārāyaṇa Kavi Candrakalā A 1. p. 179.

Narayana Sastrin Jaitrajaivatrka. The Victorious Moon. An original play in seven acts. Chilambaram, 1888, pp. 68.

Idem Maithiliya, a drama on the life of Sita at Maithila ; in ten acts. Madras, 1884, pp. 118.

Idem Sarmisthavijaya. A drama in four acts on the legend of Sarmistha and Yayati. Madras, 1884, pp. 72.

Idem Suramayura. An original drama in seven acts. Chilambaram, 1888, pp. 57.

Narayanatirtha Krsnalllatarahginl A i. p. 123.

Narayanavilasa A 2. p. 63.

Narayanivilasa A I. p. 294.

Nārāyaṇīvilāsa see Virupaksa.

NarmavatI natyarasaka mentioned in SD. 543.

Natakamelaka prahasana mentioned in SD. in, 207, 537. See also Latakamelaka.

Natavata see Yadunandana.

Natyaparisista see Krsnananda.

Navagrahacarita see Ghana^yama.

Navamalika A 2. p. 61.

Navamalika see Vi^ve§vara.

Nayacandra Rambhamanjari natika A i. p. 493 = 2 Mss. and I Com.

Idem Rambhamanjari. Edited by R. D. Sastri. Bombay, 1890, pp. 86.

Nilakantha Diksita Nalacaritra A i. p. 280 ; A 2. p. 60.

Nilaparinaya see Drgbhavat.

Nirbhayabhima see Ramacandra Mahakavi.

Nirdosadasaratha cf. L. app. p. ^6.

Nrsimha Srngarastabaka bhana A i. p. 661.

Nrsimha Bhatta Hariharanusaranayatra A i. p. 763.

Nrsimha Kavi Candrakalaparinaya or Candrakalakalyana A3, p. 38.

 

P

Palandumandana prahasana A i. p. 330.

Pancabanavijaya see Rangacarya.

Pancabanavilasa bhana A i. p. 315.

Paficayudhaprapanca see Trivikrama.

Pandavabhyudaya see Ramadeva.

Pandavananda quoted by Dhanika on DR. 3. 12.

Paravastu Venkataranga (beginning of nineteenth century) Mafijulanaisadha nataka. Printed in GranthapradarsinI (A 3. p. 90).

Parijata see Kumaratataya.

Parijataharana see Gopaladasa and Umapatidhara.

Parthaparakrama see Yuvaraja.

Parvatiparinaya see Bana Bhatta.

Parvatlsvayamvara A I. p. 336.

Pasandavidambana prahasana cf. A i. p. 336.

Payodhimathana prahasana mentioned in RS.

Periyappa Srngaramanjarisaharajlya A 2. p. 1 58.

Peru Suri Vasumangala A 2. p. 1 3 1.

Prabhavatiparinaya see Harihara and Vi^vanatha Kaviraja.

Prabhavatipradyumna see Ramakrsna.

Prabodhacandrodaya see Krsnami^ra.

Pracandabhairava see Sada^iva.

Pracandagaruda vyayoga A 2. p. jy.

Pracandapandava see Raja^ekhara.

Pracandarahudaya see Ghana§yama.

Pradyumna, a poet and playwright, A i. p. 352.

Pradyumnabhyudaya A i. p. 352.

Pradyumnananda see Venkatacarya.

Pradyumnavijaya see Sankara Diksita.

Prahasana A i. p. 360 = 4 Mss.; A 3. p. 77.

Prahasana see Kalidasa.

Prahladacarita mentioned in DR. intr. p. 30.

Pramanadarsa see Sukle^vara.

Prasannacandika A i. p. 359.

Prasannaraghava see Jayadeva.

Prataparudrakalyana see Vidyanatha.

Pratapavilasa see Gangadhara.

Priyadarsika see Harsadeva.

Purafijana see Haridasa.

Purafijanacarita see Krsnadatta.

Purnapurusarthacandra see Jatavedas.

Purusottama Diksita Revatlhalanta A i. p. 534.

Puspabhusita prakarana mentioned in SD. 511.

Puspadusitaka prakarana mentioned by Dhanika on DR. 3. 38.

Puspamala see Candra^ekhara.

 

R

Radhamadhava A 2. p. 220 = 2 Mss.

Raghavabhyudaya quoted in SD. 498.

Raghavabhyudaya see Bhagavantaraya, Gangadhara, Rama- candra, and Venkate^vara.

Raghavananda, a dramatist, quoted in SD. 1 20.

Raghunathacarya Subhadraparinaya A i. p. 728 = 2 Mss. Raghunathavilasa see Yajnanarayana.

Raghuvilasa (Raghuvilapa) see Ramacandra.

Raivatamadanika gosthi mentioned in SD. 541.

Rajacudamani see Cudamani.

 

Rājaśekhara, son of Durduka,
also called Rajanīvallabha (A i . p. 777).

Balabharata see Pracandapandava.

 

Balaramayana mahanataka. Manuscripts. A i. p. 372 = 13 Mss. and i Com. ; Hz. 3. 1572.

Text Editions. Balaramayana. Edited by G. D. Sastri. Benares, 1869, pp. 324. In The Pandit, old series, 3, nos. 25-35.

Balaramayana, edited with a commentary by J. Vidyasagara. Calcutta, 1884, pp. 103.

Balaramayana. Sanskrit text with a commentary by Laksmana Suri. Tanjanagara, 1899, pp. 198.

 

Karpuramafijarl sattaka. Manuscripts. A i. p. 82 = 22 Mss. and 5 Com. ; by Kamaraja i, by KrsnasQnu i, by Dharma- dasa I, by Pitambara 2 (cf. A i. p. 491), by Vasudeva 2 ; A 2. pp. 15, 191 = 5 Mss. and Com. by Dharmacandra i, by Vasudeva 3 ; A 3. p. 18=7 Mss. and i Com.; 10. 7. 4162, 4163. See also Konow and Lanman's edition, pp. xxiii-xxvi.

Text Editions. Karpuramanjari. Edited by Vamanacarya. Benares, 1 872-1873. In The Pandit, old series, 7, nos. 73-76.

Karpuramanjari. Benares, 1883.

Karpuramafijarl, with the commentary of Vasudeva. Edited by Durgaprasada and Parab. Bombay, 1887, pp. 121. In Kavyamala, no. 4.

Karpuramanjari. Edited with a full commentary by J. Vidyasa- gara. Calcutta, 1889, pp. 160.

Karpuramanjari. A Lucky Wife. Composed from Prakrita or Maharashtri dialect. By V. S. Islampurkar. Bombay, 1890.

Karpuramanjari. A drama by the Indian poet Rajasekhara (about 900 A. D.), critically edited in the original Prakrit with a glossarial index and an essay on the life and writings of the poet by Sten Konow and translated into English by C. R. Lanman. Cambridge, Mass., 1901, pp. 26 + 289. Harvard Oriental Series, vol. 4.

Criticism. Cimmino, Francesco. Studii sul teatro indiano. i. Sul dramma Karpuramanjari. In Rendiconto dell' Acca- demia di Archeologia, Lettere e Belle Arti (di Napoli), 19 (1905), pp. 1-30.

 

Pracandapandava or Balabharata. Manuscripts. A i. p. 348 = 4 Mss. Analyzed by Wilson, 2, pp. 361-362.

Text Editions. Pracandapandava, zum ersten Male herausgegeben von Carl Cappeller. Strassburg, 1885, pp. 9 + 50.

Balabharata. Edited by Durgaprasada and Parab. Bombay, 1887, pp. 36. In Kavyamala, no. 4.

 

Viddhasalabhafijika natika. Manuscripts. A i. p. 573 = 9 Mss. and Com. by Narayana I ; A 2. p. 135 = 4 Mss. and Com. by Narayana 2;A3. p. 121=3 ^^s. and Com. by Ghana- ^yarna I ; Com. by Ghanasyama, PIz. 3. 1677 ; Com. by Sundari and Kamala (wives of Ghanasyama), Hz. 3. 1676. Analyzed by Wilson, 2, pp. 354-360.

Text Editions. Viddhasalabhafijika. Edited by Vamanacarya. Benares, 1872- 1873. In The Pandit, old series, 6-^, nos. 65-73.

Biddhashala Bhanjika, with a commentary by Satyabrata Samas- rami. Edited by J. Vidyasagara. Calcutta, 1873, pp. 99.

Biddhashalabhanjika. Edited with a commentary by J. Vidya- sagara. Calcutta, 1883, pp. 150.

Viddhasalabhafijika., with the commentary of Narayana, edited with explanatory and critical notes, various readings, and a glossary by B. R. Arte. To which is added the Rtusam- hara of Kalidasa. Poona, 1886, pp. 156 + 48.

Translation. The Viddhasalabhanjika of Rajasekhara, now first translated from the Sanskrit and Prakrit by Louis H. Gray. In JAOS. 27 (1906). [In press.]

 

General Criticism of Rājaśekhara. Apte, V. S. Rajasekhara, his Life and Writings. Poona, 1886, pp. 54.

Fleet, J. F. The Date of the Poet Rajasekhara. In I A. 16 (1887), pp. 175-178.

Kielhorn, F. On the Date of Rajasekhara. In Ep. Ind. i (1889), pp. 162-179.

 

Rajimatiprabodha see Ya§a§candra.

Rama Manmathonmathana dima A 2. p. 99.

Ramabhadra Srngaratarangini bhana A i. p. 660.

Ramabhadra Diksita, called Cokkanatha, ( 1 7th century) Janakiparinaya A i. p. 206 = 51 Mss. ; A 2. p. 42 = 2 Mss.

Idem Janakiparinaya, a drama in seven acts on the Sita legend. With a Marathi translation by G. S. L. Tryam- bakar, and with an appendix containing a Sanskrit version of the Prakrit passages. Bombay, 1866, pp. 479 + 20.

Idem JsLnaklparinaya,. Madras, 1883, pp. 155.

Idem Srngaratilaka bhana A i. p. 660 = 6 Mss. and Com. by Ramacandra i.

Idem Srngaratilaka bhana. Edited by Sivadatta and Parab. Bombay, 1894, pp. 5 + 58. Kavyamala, no. 44.

Rama Bhatta Madalasa A i . p. 426. Called Ujjivitamadalasa in DR. intr. p. 30.

Ramabhinanda mentioned in SD. 308. See also Ramananda.

Ramabhyudaya see Ramadeva and Ya^ovarman.

Ramacandra Nalavilasa A 3. p. 60.

Idem Raghavabhyudaya A 3. p. 107.

Idem Raghuvilasa A 3. p. 104 ; (Raghuvilapa) A i. p. 487.

Idem Yadavabhyudaya A 3. p. 102.

Ramacandra Sarasakavikulananda bhana A 1. p. 699.

Ramacandra Satya Hariscandra Nataka. Edited in Sanskrit by B. R. Arte and S. V. Puranik. Bombay, 1898, pp. 61.

Ramacandra (wrote before 1588) Vasantika natika A i. p. 556 (Vasantika) ; A 3. p. 120 = 10. 7. 4186 (not 4136).

Ramacandra Diksita Keralabharana bhana A i. p. 125 = 2 Mss.

Ramacandra Kavi (end of i8th century) Aindavananda A i. p. 76.

Idem Kalananda A i. p. 84.

Ramacandra Mahakavi Nirbhayabhima vyayoga A i. p. 298.

Ramacandra see also Ramavarman.

Ramacandranataka A I. p. 513.

Ramacarita A i. p. 514.

Ramadeva or Vyasa Sri Ramadeva (15th century) Panda- vabhyudaya chayanataka A 3. p. 161 = 10. 7. 4187 (copied in 1471); L. app. p. 77.

Idem Ramabhyudaya chayanataka A 2. pp. 122, 221 ; CBMMS. 272. Cf Bendall in JRAS. 1898, p. 231.

Idem Subhadraparinaya chayanataka A i. p. 728 ; CBMMS. 271.

Rama Kavi Madanagopalavilasa bhana A i. p. 425 ; A 2. p. 97.

Ramakrsna Suri, son of Ahlada, Prabhavatlpradyumna A 2. p. 79 = 2 Mss.

Ramamanika Kaviraja Krtarthamadhava A 3. p. 25.

Ramananda mentioned in Rucipati's commentary on the Anargaraghava of Murari (ed. of Durgaprasada and Parab, p. 70). Same as Ramabhinanda.

Ramananda Raya (end of 1 5th century) Jagannathavallabha A I. p. 196= 2 Mss.; A 2. p. 200; A 3. p. 43.

Idem Jagannathavallabha. A dramatic poem on the adven- tures of Krsna at Vrndavan, with a Bengali translation by R. Vidyaratna. 2° ed. Murshidabad, 1882, pp. 1 16.

Ramanataka A i. p. 515 = 3 Mss.; A 2. p. 121.

Ramanka see Dharmagupta.

Ramanuja Kavi Vivekavijaya A 2. p. 137.

Ramasukavi§ekhara Srngararasodaya misrabhana A 2. p. 158.

Ramavarman Yuvaraja or Ramacandra (175 5-1 787) Ruk- miniparinaya A i. p. 527 = 2 Mss.

Idem Rukminlparinaya. Edited by Sivadatta and Parab. Bombay, 1894, pp. 3 -f 52. Kavyamala, no. 40.

Idem Srngarasudhakara bhana mentioned in Kavyamala, no. 40, p. I (A 2. p. 158).

Ramayananataka see Some^varadeva.

Rambhamafijan see Nayacandra.

Ramila, a playwright. Cf. F. Hall, Fragments of three early Hindu dramatists, in JASBe. 28 (1859), PP- 28-30.

Rammoy Vidyabhusana Devadurgati prahasana. Calcutta, 1884, pp. 14.

Ramodaya see Srivatsalanchana.

Rangacarya Paiicabanavijaya bhana A i. p. 315 = 7 Mss.

Idem Pancabanavijaya, or the conquest of the love-god, a bhana or dramatic monologue. Edited by V. R. Carlu. 1° ed., Madras, 1882, pp. 48 ; 2° ed., 1886, pp. 46.

Rangadatta mentioned in SD. 5 1 2. See also Tarangadatta.

Ranganatha Srngarasrngataka bhana A 2. p. 158.

Ranganatha (?) A i. p. 488.

Rasasadana see Yuvaraja.

Rasavilasa see Cokkanatha.

Rasikajanarasollasa see Venkata.

Rasikamrta see Sankara Narayana.

Rasikaranjana see Srinivasacarya.

Rasollasa see Srinivasa Vedantacarya.

Ratimanmatha see Jagannatha Pandita.

Ratnaketudaya A i. p. 489 = 2 Mss.

Ratnakheta Diksita Bhaimiparinaya A i. p. 416 = 2 Mss.

Ratnavall see Harsadeva.

Ravidasa Mithyajfianavidambana or Mithyajnanakhandana A I. p. 455 = 3 Mss. ; A 2. p. 105 = 2 Mss. ; A 3. p. 98 = 2 Mss. ; 10. 7. 4200 (Analyzed).

Rupa Gosvamin

Idem Mithyajfianavidambana. Calcutta, 1885, pp. 25.

Revatihalanta see Purusottama.

Rudracandradeva or Rudradeva Usaragodaya natika A i . p. 71 =6 Mss. and i Com.; lO. 7. 4174. Analyzed by R. Mitra, Notices of Sanskrit Manuscripts, 3, p. 192.

Idem Yayaticarita A i. p. 473 = 2 Mss. Analyzed by Wilson, 2, pp. 388-389.

Rudra^arman Tripathin Candivilasa or Candicarita A i. p; 177 = 5 Mss. (with Com. by the author).

Rukmini see Sarasvatinivasa.

Rukminlharana see Sesacintamani.

Rukminikalyana see Cudamani Diksita.

Rukminlparinaya see Kavitarkikasimha, Ramavarman, and Varada Kavi.

Rupa Gosvamin (end of 15th century) Danakeli or Danakeli- kaumudi bhanika A i. p. 249 = 2 Mss. and I Com.; A 2. pp. 53, 205 = 2 Mss. and Com. by Jivagosvamin i . A 3. p. 54 = 3 Mss. and Com. by Raghunathadasa 1.

Idem Danakelikaumudi, a play founded on Vaisnava legends, with a commentary by Jiva Gosvamin, and a Bengali trans- lation by R. Vidyaratna. In Vaisnavadharmaprakasika, parts 1-6, Murshidabad (Berhampur), 1881.

Idem Lalitamadhava A i. p. 542 = 4 Ms&. ; A 2. p. 128 ; A 3. p. 115 = 2 Mss. and Com. by Narayana i ; IO. 7. 4179.

Idem Vidagdhamadhava (composed in 1533) A i. p. 572 = 9 Mss. and i Com.; A 2. pp. 135, 225 = 3 Mss. and I Com.; A3, p. 121=4 Mss. and i Com.; 10. 7. 4177, 4178. Analyzed by Wilson, 2, pp. 393-394.

Idem Vidagdhamadhava, a Vaisnava play, with a commen- tary by V. Cakravarti and a Bengali prose translation by R. Vidyaratna. In Vaisnavadharmaprakasika, parts 7-17, Murshidabad (Berhampur), 1882.

Idem Vidagdhamadhava. Edited by Sastri and Parab. Bombay, 1903, pp. 3 + 219 + 6. Kavyamala, no. 81.

 

S

Sabhā see Māheśvara.

Sabhapativilasa see Dhannaraja.

Sada§iva Pracandabhairava vyayoga A i. p. 348.

Sakuntala see Kalidasa.

Samaraja Diksita, son of Narahari Diksita, Dhurtanartaka A I. p. 272 = 2 Mss. Analyzed by Wilson, 2, p. 407.

Idem Sridamacarita or Damacarita (written in 1681) A i. p. 250; A 2. p. 160; A3, p. 54. Analyzed by Wilson, 2, pp. 404-406.

Samavata see Ambikadatta.

Samayasara see Amrtacandra.

Samkalpasuryodaya A i. p- 683 = 33 Mss. and I Com. ; A 2. p. 163 = I Ms. and i Com. ; A 3. p. 142 = 4 Mss. and 1 Com.

Samkalpasuryodaya see Venkatanatha.

Samrddhamadhava see Govinda Kavibhusana.

Samudrama(n)thana samavakara or subject of a samavakara mentioned in SD. 516 and by Dhanika on DR. 3. 61.

Samvarana A i. p. 681.

Sanandagovinda A i. p. 707.

Sanandagovinda see Gopala Bhatta.

Sandrakutuhala see Krsnadatta.

Sankara Saradatilaka bhana A i. p. 642 = 3 Mss.; A3. p. 133. Analyzed by Wilson, 2, pp. 384-387.

Sankaradeva Vidagdhamadhava A 2. p. 135.

Sankara Diksita (latter half of eighteenth century), son of Balakrsna, Pradyumnavijaya A I. p. 352 = 3 Mss. Analyzed by Wilson, 2, pp. 402-403.

Sankara Mi^ra Gaundigambara A3, p. 37.

Sankara Narayana Rasikamrta A 3. p. 106.

Sankhadhara Latakamelaka prahasana A i. p. 542 = 3 Mss. ; A 2. pp. 128, 223 = 5 Mss. ; A 3. p. 115.

Idem Latakamelaka. Edited by Durgaprasada and Parab. Bombay, 1889, pp. 3 + 30. Kavyamala, no. 20.

Sanmata see Jayanta.

Santicaritra, a Buddhist play, cf. L. app. p. 81.

Santirasa see Vaikunthapuri.

Saradananda bhana A 2. p. 152.

Saradatilaka see Sankara.

Sarasakavikulananda see Ramacandra.

Sarasvatadarsa see Appa^astrin.

Sarasvatinivasa Rukminlnataka A i. p. 527.

Sarministha see Maikela.

Sarmisthavijaya see Narayana Sastrin.

Sarmisthayayati utsrstikanka mentioned in SD. 519.

Sarmisthayayati see Bhagavata.

Sarngadhara Sarngadharlya A i. p. 643 = 2 Mss.

Sarvacarita see Bana Bhatta.

Sathakopacarya Bhaimlparinaya A 2. p. 95.

Satsangavijaya see Vaidyanatha.

Satyabhamavilasa see Krsnakavindra.

Satyahariscandra see Ramacandra.

Saugandhikaharana vyayoga A i. p. 737; mentioned in SD. 514.

Saugandhikaharana see Vi^vanatha.

Saugandhikaparinaya A i. p. 737.

Saumillaka see Somila.

Saumyasomabhidha see Srinivasa.

Savitrlcarita see Mahe^varatmaja.

Sesacintamani (wrote before 1675), son of Nrsimha, Rukminiharana A i. p. 527 = 2 Mss. ; CBMMS. 274.

Idem Strijnan Dipak. A metrical translation into Gujarati of the Rukminiharana. Bombay, 1873, PP- 296.

Śeṣakṛṣṇa, also called Krsna or Krsnakavi (end of the i6th century), son of Nrsimha or Narasimha, Kamsavadha A i . p. TJ = 14 Mss. and 4 Com.; A 2. p. 15; A 3. p. 17= 2 Mss.; SCBen. 299; Hz. 3. 2080; 10. 7. 4175, 4176. Analyzed by Wilson, 2, pp. 400-402.

Idem Kamsavadha. Edited by Durgaprasada and Parab. Bombay, 1888, pp. 3 + 80. Kavyamala, no. 6.

Idem Murarivijaya A i. p. 462 = 3 Mss.; A 2. p. 106.

Sevantikāpariṇaya A i. p. 734 = 3 Mss.

Shahji, king of Tanjore ( 1684-17 11), Candrasekharavilasa A I. p. 182.

Sitalacandra Vidyabhusana Gosayatra. A play in ten acts on the story of Duryodhana. Calcutta, 1885, pp. 4 -f 41.

Sitananda see Tatarya.

Sitaraghava A i. p. 723.

Sitarama Janakiparinaya A i. p. 206.

Sitasvayamvara see Hanuman.

Sitavivaha A i. p. 723.

Sivabhaktananda A i. p. 650.

Sivajyotirvid Mundita prahasana A i. p. 461 = 2 Mss.

Sivanarayanabhanjamahodaya see Narasimha.

Sivanarayanadasa Nandighosavijaya or Kamalavilasa A i. p. 276 ; A 3. p. 161 = 10. 7. 4190.

Sivanatha Sarman, a playwright. Cf. A. W. Ryder in JAOS. 23 (1902), p. 79.

Sivasvamin (second half of the 9th century) a playright of Kashmir (L. app. p. 87).

Somadeva Lalitavigraharajanataka. A portion was edited by Kielhorn in lA. 20 (1891), pp. 201-212.

Somavalliyogananda see Arunagirinatha a?id Dindima.

Somayajin see Mallasomayajin.

Some^varadeva Ramayananataka A i . p. 524=2 Mss.

Somila, a playwright. Cf F. Hall, Fragments of three early Hindu dramatists, in JASBe. 2^ (1859), PP- 28-30.

Sridamacarita see Samaraja.

Srikantha Kandarpadarpana Hz. 3. 1683.

Srinivasa Saumyasomabhidha, a modern drama in four acts. Chilambaram, 1887, pp. 80.

Srinivasacarya Sudarsanavijaya A i. p. 724.

Srinivasacarya Usaparinaya A i . p. 71.

Srinivasacarya Rasikaranjana bhana. Mysore, 1885, pp. 60.

Srinivasa Catuskavindradasa, son of Ramanujasarvakratu, Laksmisvayamvara A i. p. 540; A 3. p. 114.

Srinivasadasa Maratakavalllparinaya A i. p. 433 = 2 Mss.

Srinivasatiratrayajin Bhavanapurusottama A i . p. 407 = 2 Mss.

Srinivasa Vedantacarya Rasollasa bhana A i. p. 498.

Srirangaraja see Gopalaraya.

Srivatsalaiichana Ramodaya A i. p. 526.

Srngarabhusana see Vamana.

Srngaracandrika bhana A 2. p. 157.

Srngaradlpaka see Venkatadhvarin.

Srngarajivana bhana A i. p. 660.

Srngarakosa see Girvanendra and Ka^yapa.

Snigaramanjari see Gopalaraya ajid Vi§vesvara.

Srngaramanjarlsaharajiya see Periyappa.

Srngararasodaya see Lingaguntamarama and Ramasukaviśekhara.

Srngarasarvasva see Cudamani, Kau^ika, ajid Svamimisra.

Srngarasrngataka see Ranganatha.

Srngarastabaka see Nrsimha.

Srngarasudhakara see Ramavarman.

Srngarataranglnl see Ramabhadra and Venkatacarya.

Snigaratilaka prasthana mentioned in SD. 544.

Snigaratilaka see Ramabhadra Diksita.

Srngaravapika see Vi^vanatha Bhatta.

Stambhitarambha trotaka mentioned in SD. 540.

Subhadradhanamjaya see Gururamakavi.

Subhadraharana A i. p. 728 = 2 Mss. and i Com.

Subhadraharana see Madhava Bhatta.

Subhadraparinaya A i. p. 728.

Subhadraparinaya see Raghunathacarya and Ramadeva.

Subhadravijaya A i. p. 728.

Subhagananda prahasana A i. p. 727.

Subhaṭa Dotangada chayanataka A i. p. 257 = 6 Mss.; A 2. pp. 55, 205 = 5 Mss.; A 3. p. 55 ; CBMMS. 269; 10. 7. 4188. Another recension, also attributed to Subhata, 10. 7. 4189. Analyzed by Wilson, 2, p. 390, and by Aufrecht, Cat. Codd. Sanscr. Bibl. Bodl., Oxford, 1864, p. 139.

Idem Dutangada. Edited by Durgaprasada and Parab. 1° ed., Bombay, 1891, pp. 3 + 15; 2° ed., 1900, pp. 3 + 15' Kavyamala, no. 28.

Subrahmanya Kavi Vijayendiraparinaya A 2. p. 135.

Sudarsanavijaya see Srinivasacarya.

 

Śūdraka.

Mṛcchakaṭikā prakaraṇa. Manuscripts. A i. p. 465 = 12 Mss. and 2 Com.; by Ganapati i, by Prthvidhara 5, by Rama- mayasarman i, by Lalladiksita i (made for Wilson) ; A 2. p. 107 = 2 Mss. and Com. by Prthvidhara i, by Lalladiksita i ; CS. 252, 253, 254; 10. 7. 4123, 4124; Com. by Lal- ladiksita, CS. 251 ; Com. by Prthvidhara, CS. 255.

Text Editions. Mṛcchakaṭikā, with a commentary explanatory of the Prakrit passages. Calcutta, 1829, pp. 2 + 343.

Mṛcchakaṭikā, id est. Curriculum Figlinum Sudrakae regis. Fabula sanskrite edidit A. F. Stenzler. Bonn, 1847, pp. 8 + 332.

Mṛcchakaṭikā, edited with a commentary by Ramamayasarman and a preface in BengaH by V. Majumdar. Calcutta, 1870, pp. 386. In Majumdar's Series.

Mṛcchakaṭikā, edited with a commentary by J. Vidyasagara. i ° ed., Calcutta, 1 88 1, pp. 425 ; 2° ed., 1891, pp. 351 ; 3° ed., 1898, pp. 355.

Mṛcchakaṭikā, with the commentaries of Lalladiksita and Prthvi- dhara and various readings. Edited by N. B. Godabole. Bombay, 1896, pp. 594.

Mṛcchakaṭikā, with the commentary of Prthvidhara. Edited by K. P. Parab. Bombay, 1900, pp. 294.

Translations. A. English. The Mṛcchakaṭī, or the Toy-Cart. Translated by Wilson, 1, pp. 1–182.

The Little Clay Cart [Mṛcchakaṭika], a Hindu drama attributed to King Shūdraka, translated from the original Sanskrit and Prākrits into English prose and verse by Arthur W. Ryder. Cambridge, Mass., 1905, pp. 30 + 177. Harvard Oriental Series, vol. 9.

B. French. Le Chariot d' Enfant. Drame en vers, en cinq actes et sept tableaux. Traduction par MM. Mery et G. de Nerval. Paris, 1850.

Mrcchakatika. Le petit chariot d'argile, drame en dix actes, par H. Fauche. In Une tetrade, ou drame, hymne, roman et poeme, traduite pour la premiere fois du Sanscrit en fran^ais, vol. I, Paris, 1861.

Le Chariot de Terre Cuite. Drame Sanscrit attribue au roi f udraka, traduit et annote des scolies de Lalla Dikshita, par Paul Regnaud. Paris, 1 876-1 877, 4 vols. Bibl. Orient. Elzevir., nos. 6-9.

C. German. Mrkkhakatika, das ist, das irdene Wagelchen, ein dem Konig f udraka zugeschriebenes Schauspiel. Ober- setzt von Otto Bohtlingk. St. Petersburg, i 'i'jy, pp. 4 + 213.

Mrcchakatika; metrisch iibersetzt von Ludwig Fritze. In his Indisches Theater, vol. 3, Schloss-Chemnitz, 1879.

Vasantasena ; Drama, mit freier Benutzung der Dichtung des altindischen Konigs Sudraka, von Emil Pohl. Stuttgart, 1893, pp. 128.

Vasantasena, oder das irdene Wagelchen. Freie Obersetzung von Michael Haberlandt. Leipzig, 1893, pp. 20 + 214.

Vasantasena, oder das irdene Wagelchen. Ein indisches Schau- spiel in zehn Aufziigen von Konig f udraka. Deutsch von Hermann Camillo Kellner. 1° ed., Leipzig, 1893, pp. 200; 2° ed., 1894, pp. 199.

D. Dutch. Het Leemen Wagentje, Indisch Tooneelspel, uit Sanskrt en Prakrt in het Nederlandsch vertaiald door J. Ph. Vogel. Amsterdam, 1897, pp. 15 + 216.

E. Swedish. Vasantasena. Indiskt drama i 5 akter. Fritt after Emil Pohls tyska bearbetning. Stockholm, 1894, pp. 119.

Mrcchakatika. Den lilla lervagnen. Ett indiskt skadespel ofversatt av Hilding Andersson. Lund, 1899, pp. 133.

F. Danish. Mrcchakatika. Lervognen. Et indisk Skuespil. Oversat af E. Brandes. Copenhagen, 1870.

G. Italian. Introduzione alia versione del Mrcchakatika (opera di fudraka) da Michele Kerbaker. Florence, 1872. [With translation of first act.]

Mrcchakatika, versione italiana di Michele Kerbaker. Published in part in the Rivista Europea, Florence, Dec. 1 869, and in the Giornale Napolitano, new series, 9 (1884), pp. 1-83.

H. Russian. Vasantasena, drevnaya indeiskaya drama. Pere- vod s sanskritskago C. Kossovica. In Moskvityanin, Moscow, 1849.

Criticism. Boltz, A. Vasantasena und die Hetaren im indischen Drama ; Das Vedavolk in seinen Gesamtverhaltnissen : Zwei Vortrage. Darmstadt, 1894, pp. 56 [='£/^ac, 5 (Leiden, 1894), pp. 279-305].

Cappeller, C. Zur Mrcchakatika. In Festgruss an O. von Bohtlingk, Stuttgart, 1888, pp. 20-22.

Chattopadhyaya, N. Three Lectures : The Reminiscences of the German University Life, The True Theosophist, and The Mricchakatikam, or the Toy Cart. Bombay, 1895, pp. 89.

Chattopadhyaya, N. Mrcchakatika, or the Toy-Cart of King Sudraka. A study. Mysore, 1902, pp. 10 + 82.

Kellner, H. C. Einleitende Bemerkungen zu dem indischen Drama Mrcchakatika. Zwickau, 1872, pp. 28. In Jahresb. d. Gymnasiums zu Zwickau.

Levi, Sylvain. Le theatre indien a Paris. In Revue de Paris, 1895, pp. 818-829. [On the production of Barrucand's French version at Paris.]

Nyayaratna, M. On the Authorship of the Mrcchakatika. In Proc. of the Asiatic Soc. of Bengal, 1887, pp. 193-200.

Pavolini, P. E. II Carretto d'Argilla. Conferenza. In Rassegna Nazionale, 24 (Florence, 1902), pp. 586-610.

Ryder, A. W. The Clay Cart. In Boston Transcript, Nov. 2 1 , 1903. [Includes selected passages in translation.]

Wilson, H. H. Sur un drame indien; extrait du Ca cutta An- nual Register, et traduit par M. Dondey-Dupre fils. In J A. 1° series, 10 (1827), pp. 174-188, 193-209.

Windisch, E. Uber das Drama Mrcchakatika und die Krsna- legende. In Bericht der phil.-hist. CI. der Kon. Sachs. Gesells. der Wiss., 4 (1885), pp. 439-479.

 

Sukla Bhudeva (16th century) Dharmavijaya A i. p. 269 = 9 Mss. and Com. by Bhavanisankara 7 ; A 2. pp. 58, 206=2 Mss. and i Com.; A 3. p. 58; 10. 7. 4182, 4183 ; Com. by Bhavanisankara, 10. 7. 4183.

Idem Dharmavijaya. Bombay, 1889. In Grantharatnamala 3.

Sukle^vara Pramanadarsa mentioned in DR. intr. p. 30.

Sulocanavivaha (?) L. app. p. 82.

Sumatijitamitramalladeva, king of Bhatgaon, Asvamedha A 3. p. 8.

Sundaradeva, son of Govinda, Muktiparinaya A i. p. 459 = 2 Mss.

Sundaradeva Vinodaranga prahasana A i. p. 577.

Sundara Kavi Anangamafigala bhana cf A i. p. 12.

Sundara Mi§ra Abhiramamani (composed in 1599) A i. p. 26 = 2 Mss. Analyzed by Wilson, 2, p. 395.

Sundara Raja Vaidarbhivasudeva, a drama in five acts, on the legend of Rukmini and Krsna. Kailasapura (Tinne- velli), 1888, pp. 64- 112.

Suramayura see Narayana Sastrin.

Svamimi^ra or Svami^astrin Srngarasarvasva A i. p. 661; A 2. p. 158.

Svanubhutyabhidha see Anantarama.

Svapnadasanana see Bhimata.

Svapnavasavadatta see Bhasa.

Svarnamuktavivada see Mahe^a.

 

T

Tapasavatsaraja see Matraraja.

Tarangadatta prakarana mentioned by Dhanika on DR. 3. 38. See also Rangadatta.

Tarkalamkara Mahamahopadhyaya Kaumudisudhakara pra- karana. Calcutta, 1888, pp. 6 + 217.

Tatarya Sitananda A i. p. 723.

Tripuradaha dima or subject of a dima mentioned in Bharata, 4. 9, and on Bharata's authority in SD. 517 and by Dhanika on DR. 3. 53.

Tripurāri A 1. p. 237.

Trivikrama Pandita Pancayudhaprapanca bhana A 1. p. 317 = 5 Mss.; A 2. p. 209.

Tumburunataka mentioned in the Samgitadamodara (L. app. p. 76).

 

U

Udattaraghava mentioned in SD. 283, 420, and by Hema- candra (A i. p. 65). Probably the same work as the Udattaraghava of Mayuraja.

Udattaraghava see Mayuraja.

Udayanacarita mentioned in DR. 2. 53 and SD. 422.

Uddandin (not earHer than the 1 5th century) Mallikamaruta prakarana A i. p. 434 = 5 Mss.

Idem Mallikamaruta. With the commentary of Raiiganatha- carya. Edited by J. Vidyasagara. Calcutta, 1878, pp. 4 + 338.

Ujjivitamadalasa see Rama Bhatta.

Umapatidhara (12th century) Parijataharana A i. p. 335.

Unmatta see Venkate^a Kavi.

Unmattaraghava see Bhaskara and Mahadeva Sastrin.

Usaharana see Harsanatha.

Usaparinaya see Srinivasacarya.

Usaragodaya see Rudracandradeva.

Uttararamacarita see Bhavabhuti.

 

V

Vadicandra Suri, a Jain, Jnanasuryodaya A i. p. 210.

Vadhyasila quoted in SD. 482.

Vaidarbhivasudeva see Sundara Raja.

Vaidyanatha Krsnalila natika A i. p. 123 ; A 2. pp. 24, 195 ; CS. 221.

Vaidyanatha Mithyacara prahasana cf A i. p. 455.

Vaidyanatha Satsangavijaya A i. p. 690 =2 Mss.

Vaidyanatha Vacaspati Citrayajria A i. p. 187; CS. 224. Analyzed by Wilson, 2, pp. 412-415.

Vaikunthapuri Santirasa A 2. p. 152.

Vajramukutivilasa A r. p. 548 = 3 Mss.

Vakratundagananayaka prakarana A i. p. 547.

Vakulamaliniparinaya (?) L. app. p. 80.

Valliparinaya see Viraraghava.

Vamana Bhatta Bana Srnsfarabhusana bhana A i. p. 661 = 6 Mss. ; A 2. p. 158 = 3 Mss. ; A 3. p. 137.

Idem Srngarabhusana. Published in Granthapradarsani (A3, p. 137).

Idem Srngarabhusana, a dramatic entertainment in one act. Edited by Ramakrsna Acarya. Madras, 1873, PP- 30.

Idem Srngarabhusana. Edited by Sivadatta and Parab. Bombay, 1896, pp. 3 + 19. Kavyamala, no. 58.

Vam^amani, a Maithila, son of Ramacandra, Gitadigambara A 3- P- 33.

Vanamali Mi^ra Adbhutaraghava A 3. p. 2.

Vanlbhusana see Damodara Mi§ra.

Varada Anangajivana or Anangasamjivana bhana A i. p. 12 = 4 Mss.

Varadacarya Ambala bhana A i . p. 29.

Varadacarya Anangabrahmavidyavilasa bhana cf. A i. p. 549.

Varadacarya Cola bhana A 2. p. 200.

Varadacarya Vasantatilaka bhana A i. p. 556 = 34 Mss.; A 2. pp. 131, 224 = 4 Mss.; A 3. p. 118; Hz. 3. 1577; 10. 7. 4198, 4199.

Idem Vasantatilaka. Edited by D. V. Sarman. Calcutta, 1868, pp. 63.

Idem Vasantatilaka. Edited by J. Vidyasagara. Calcutta, 1872, pp. 47.

Varadacarya Yatirajavijaya or Vedantavilasa A 1. p. 47 1 = 5 Mss. and 1 Com.

Varada Kavi Rukminiparinaya A i. p. 527.

Vasantabhasana bhana (?) L. app. p. 80 ; but cf. A I. p. 556.

Vasantatilaka see Varadacarya.

Vasantika (Vasantika) see Ramacandra.

Vasantikaparinaya A i. p. 566 = 3 Mss.; A 2. p. 133.

Vasantikaparinaya see Chata Yati.

Vasantikasvapna see Krsnamacari.

Vasumangala see Peru Suri.

Vasumatlcitrasenavilasa Ai. p. 557= 2 Mss.

Vasumaticitrasenavilasa see Appayya.

Vasumatiparinaya see Jagannatha Pandita.

Vatsaraja Hasyacudamani prahasana A i. p. 766.

Vatucaritra (?) L. app. p. 80.

Vedakavisvamin Vidyaparinaya A i. p. 574 = 4 Mss. [This author is said to be the same as Anandaraya (A 2. p. 136).]

Vedantavagi^a Bhattacarya Bhojarajasaccarita or Bhojasac- carita A i. p. 418 ; A 3. p. 90.

Vedantavilasa see Ammal and Varadacarya.

Venisarnhara or Venisarnvarana see Narayana Bhatta.

Venkappa Kamavilasa bhana A i. p. 93.

Venkata, son of Vedantadesika, Rasikajanarasollasa bhana A 3. p. 106.

Venkatacarya Bhaimlparinaya A i. p. 416.

Venkatacarya, of Surapura, Srfigaratarangini A i. p. 660 = 2 Mss.

Venkatacarya or Venkatadhvarin (also called Arasanipala) Pradyumnananda bhana A i. p. 352 = 3 Mss. ; A 2. p. 78.

Venkatadhvarin Srngaradlpaka bhana A i. p. 661.

Venkata Kavi, of Kaiiclpura, Kandarpadarpa(na) bhana A i . p. 79.

Venkata Krsna Diksita, son of Venkatadri, Kusalavavijaya A 2. p. 23.

Venkatanatha Samkalpasuryodaya A i. p. 683 = 3 ^^s. and I Com. ; by Ahobala 2, by Kausikakulatilaka i, by Narayana i,by Ramanuja i ; A 2. pp. 163, 232 = 3 Mss. and Com. by Ahobala 1.

Idem Samkalpasuryodaya, with notes by V. Desikar. Con- jevaram, 1883, pp. 372.

Idem Samkalpasuryodaya. With a commentary by Srinivasa Tatayarya and Saila Tatayarya. The text edited by Krsna Tatayacarya. Conjevaram, 1883, pp. 17+371.

Venkate^a Bhanuprabandha prahasana A i. p. 405.

Venkatesa see Venkate^vara.

Venkate^a Kavi Unmatta prahasana A i. p. 66 = 2 Mss.

Venkate^vara Raghavabhyudaya A i. p. 500.

Venkate§vara Venkatesa prahasana A i. p. 602.

Vibhisananirbhartsananka quoted in SD. 477.

Vidagdhamadhava SCBen. 795, 978 (both with Com.).

Vidagdhamadhava see Rupa Gosvamin and Sankaradeva.

Viddhasalabhanjika see Raja§ekhara.

Vidyanatha Upadhyaya Prataparudrakalyana cf. A i . p. 349, L. p. 19.

Vidyanidhi Atandracandrika A i. p. 6.

Vidyaparinaya A i. p. 574.

Vidyaparinaya see Anandaraya a7td Vedakavisvamin.

Vigraharajadeva, king of Sakambharl, HarakeH (composed in 1 1 53) cf. F. Kielhorn in I A. 19 (1890), p. 215; 20 (1891), pp. 201-212.

Idem, cf Kielhorn, F., Sanskrit plays of the King Vigrahara- jadeva of Sakambhari, partly preserved as inscriptions at Ajmere. In Trubner's Record, 2 (1891), pp. 65-66.

Idem, cf Kielhorn, F., Bruchstiicke des Lalita-Vigraharaja Nataka. In Gott. Nachr. 13 (1893), pp. 552-570.

Vijayaparijata see Harijivana.

Vijayendiraparinaya see Subrahmanya.

Vikhyatavijaya see Laksmanamanikyadeva.

Vikramacandrika A i. p. 569.

Vikramorvasi see Kalidasa.

Vikrantabhima mentioned by Hemacandra (A i. p. 569).

Vikrantasudraka mentioned in the Sarasvatikanthabharana, P- 378.

Vilaksakurupati cf. L. app. p. 80.

Vilasavati natyarasaka mentioned in SD. 543.

Vilinatha Kavi Madanamanjarl A i. p. 425.

Vinatananda see Govinda.

Vindumatī see Bindumati.

Vinodaranga see Sundaradeva.

Virabhadravijrmbhana dima mentioned in RS. and in DR. intr. p. 30.

Virananda see Mahavirananda.

Viraraghava, son of Srlsailasuri, Indiraparinaya Hz. 3. 1749.

Viraraghava, son of Isvara, Valllparinaya A 3. p. 118.

Viravijaya see Krsnami^ra.

Virupaksa (circa 1350), son of Bukta, Narayanlvilasa A 3. p. 63.

 

Viśākhadatta.

Mudrārākṣasa nāṭaka. Manuscripts. A I. p. 461 = 43 Mss. and 6 Com.; by Dhundhiraja (composed in 17 14) 8, by Mahesvara I, by Vatesvara4 ; A 2. pp. 106, 218 = 9 ^^s. and Com. by Grahesvara i , by Dhundhiraja 2, Prakrtachaya by Kesavopa- dhyaya i ; A 3. p. 99 == 15 Mss. and Com. by Abhirama i, by Grahesvara i, by Dhundhiraja 4; CS. 247, 248, 249; Garbe 188; SCBen. 980; lO. 7. 4165, 4166, 4167, 4168, 4169; Com. by Dhundhiraja, SCBen. 980, Hz. 3. 1666; Com. by Grahesvara, 10. 7. 4170. There is also a prose version by Ananta Pandita, according to A i. p. 461.

Text Editions. Mudrārākṣasa, a drama in seven acts. With a commentary explanatory of the Prakrit passages. Calcutta, 1831, pp. 157.

Mudrārākṣasa. Edited with notes by T. Tarkavacaspati. Cal- cutta, 1870, pp. 2 + 231. In Majumdar's Series.

Mudrārākṣasa. With the commentary of Dhundhiraja, part i. Edited by D. V. Panta. Calcutta, 1873.

Mudrārākṣasa. Edited with a commentary by J. Vidyasagara. Calcutta, 1 88 1, pp. 218.

Mudrārākṣasa. With a commentary by Dhundhiraja. Mysore, 1883, pp. 183.

Mudrārākṣasa. With the commentary of Dhundhiraja, edited by K. T. Telang. 1° ed., Bombay, 1884, pp. 54 4- 283 + 63 ; 2° ed., 1893, pp. 375; 3° ed., 1900, pp. 378. Bombay Sanskrit Series, no. 27. [Cf. also the review by A. Hille- brandt, in ZDMG. 39 (1885), pp. 107-132.]

Mudraraksasa. Edited by K. H. Dhruva. Ahmedabad, 1900, pp. 340.

Mudraraksasa. Edited with the commentary of Dhundhiraja and an English translation, critical notes, and various readings, by M. R. Kale. Bombay, 1900, pp. 8 + 347.

Translations. A. English. Mudraraksasa, or the Signet of the Minister. Translated by Wilson, 2, pp. 125-254.

B. French. Le Sceau de Rakchasa. Drame traduit sur la derniere edition par V. Henry. Paris, 1888, pp. 16 + 237. Collection Orientale, no. 2.

C. German. Mudrarakschasa, oder des.Kanzlers Siegelring. Aus dem Sanskrit zum ersten Male und metrisch ins Deutsche iibersetzt von Ludwig Fritze. Leipzig, 1886, PP- 133.

D. Italian. Mudraraxasa, ossia II Ministro Rassaso vittima del suo sigillo. In Teatro Scelto indiano, tradotto da An- tonio Marazzi, vol. 2, Milan, 1874, pp. i-i 87.

E. Marathi. Mudraraksasa. Translated into Marathi by K. S. Rajvade, revised by K. S. Chiplonkar, edited by S. P. Pandit. Bombay, 1867, pp. 144.

F. Gujarati. Mudraraksasa. Translated into Gujarati by K. H. Dhruva. Bombay, 1889, pp. 240.

Criticism. Mudraraksasakathasara, a poem in 354 stanzas, com- posed by Ravikartana Suri to assist readers of the Mudra- raksasa. With a brief commentary by Rajagopala of Madura. Madras, 1882, pp. 22.

Mudraraksasakathasara A i. p. 461 = 2 Mss. ; A 2. p. 106. Dhruva, K. H. The Age of Visakhadatta. In WZKM. 5 (1891), pp. 25-35.

Haag, Friedrich. Beitrage zum Verstandniss von Visakhadatta' s Mudraraxasa, mit besonderer Beriicksichtigung des Codex Parisinus, part i. Burgdorf, 1886, pp. 12 + 19.

Jacobi, Hermann. On Visakhadatta. In WZKM. 2 (1888), pp. 212-216.

 

Visnukutuhala see Madhusudana Sarasvati.

Vi^vanatha, son of Trimaladeva, Mrgankalekha natika A i. p. 465 ; CS. 256. Analyzed by Wilson, 2, pp. 391-392.

Vi§vanatha Saugandhikaharana. Edited by Durgaprasada and Parab. Bombay, 1902, pp. 3 -|- 37. Kavyamala, no. 74.

Vi^vanatha Bhatta, son of Mahadeva, Srngaravapika natika A I. p. 661 ; A 2. p. 158 ; 10. 7. 4196 (Analyzed).

Vi^vanatha Kaviraja, author of the Sahityadarpana, Candra- kala natika quoted in SD. 447, 465.

Idem Prabhavatiparinaya quoted in SD. 99, 346, 446, 484, 526, 530.

Vi^ve§vara, son of Laksmldhara, Navamalika mentioned in Kavyamala, part 8 (1891), p. 52.

Idem Srngaramarijarl sattaka A 2. p. 158.

Vitthala Chayanataka A i. p. 193.

Vivekavijaya see Ramanuja.

Vrsabhanuja see Mathuradasa.

Vrttivallabha see Laghuvyasa.

Vyasa Moksaditya see Moksaditya.

Vyasa Sri Ramadeva see Ramadeva.

 

Y

Yadavabhyudaya see Ramacandra.

Yadavodaya kavya mentioned in SD. 546.

Yadunandana, son of Vasudeva Cayani, Natavata prahasana. Edited in Sanskrit and Prakrit. Bombay, 1887. In Gran- tharatnamala, vol. 2, nos. lo-ii.

Yajnanarayana Raghunathavilasa A i. p. 486.

Ya^a^candra, a Jain, Kumudacandra A i. p. 111.

Idem Rajimatiprabodha cf. L. app. p. 79.

Ya^ahpala Moharajaparajaya A i. p. 468 = 4 Mss. ; A 3. p. 101.

Ya^odhana Dhanamjayavijaya vyayoga A i. p. 266 = 2 Mss.

Ya^ovarman (end of seventh century) Ramabhyudaya nataka mentioned in SD. 427 and DR. 1. 42. Cf. ZDMG. 36 (1882), p. 521.

Yatirājavijaya see Varadācārya.

Yayāticarita see Rudracandradeva.

Yayātivijaya quoted in SD. 440.

Yogānanda see Aruṇagirinātha and Ḍiṇḍima.

Yuvarāja Prahlādana Pārthaparākrama A 1. p. 335 = 3 Mss.

Idem Rasasadana bhāṇa, edited by Śivadatta and Parab. Bombay, 1893, pp. 3 + 65. Kāvyamālā, no. 37.

 

 
  1. There is also an unpublished Italian version of the Śakuntalā by Michele Kerbaker. See F. Cimmino, Il Tipo comico del "Vidūshaka" nell' antico dramma indiano, Naples, 1893, p. 2. n. 1.