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Two upaniṣads, circa 1700-1850.

Edition/Format:   Manuscript   Archival Material : Sanskrit
Publication:Collection of Indic Manuscripts. Item 1222
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Manuscript is used for contemplation, study, and recitation. The first text is a Hindu pseudo-philosophical treatise, used also in a prayer or ritual context, especially for Vaiṣṇavites, derived from the Athārvaveda and comprised, in part, of Vedic mantras; though written in the style of a late Vedic upaniṣad, it may have been written in the post-Vedic period. The second text is dedicated to the philosophy,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Manuscripts, Sanskrit
Manuscripts
Treatises
Material Type: Manuscript, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Archival Material, Internet Resource
OCLC Number: 904025951
Language Note: In Sanskrit
Notes: Title for manuscript supplied by cataloger; titles of component works from colophons (Part 1, f. 1v; Part 2, f. 4v).
Written in 15-20 lines per leaf.
5 leaves foliated (Part 1) 1; (Part 2) 1-4, upper left and lower right verso.
Final colophon: iti nārāyaṇātharvaśiraṃsamāptaṃ // (f. 4v).
Mistakes covered over in yellow or blacked out; some corrections and additions in margins; significant syllables, words, or phrases highlighted in red throughout.
Description: 1 item (5 leaves) : paper ; 10 x 22 cm.
Contents: (Part 1) Vāsudevopaniṣad (f. 1r-1v) --
(Part 2) Nārāyaṇātharvaśira (f. 1r-4v).
Other Titles: Vāsudevopaniṣad.
Nārāyaṇātharvaśira.

Abstract:

Manuscript is used for contemplation, study, and recitation. The first text is a Hindu pseudo-philosophical treatise, used also in a prayer or ritual context, especially for Vaiṣṇavites, derived from the Athārvaveda and comprised, in part, of Vedic mantras; though written in the style of a late Vedic upaniṣad, it may have been written in the post-Vedic period. The second text is dedicated to the philosophy, rites, praise, and sociological aspects associated with the Hindu deity Nārāyaṇa.

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