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5. Pāippalāda and Vulgate Correspondents

Conspectus of the Contents of Pāippalāda book xviii.



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xiv. 1. 1a satyenottabhīta bhūmis (then substantially the whole hymn: 5 pages) 227b 20
64d civā syonāṣ patiloke vi rāja (end of hymn) 230a 12
Colophon of anuvāka 1 13
2. 1a tubhyam agre pary avahan (then substantially the whole hymn: 6 pp.) 13
75d dīrghan tāyus savitā kṛṇotu (end of hymn and book) 233a 11
Colophon of anuvāka 2 15
xiii. 1 1a udīhi vājin yo ‘psv antar (then substantially the whole hymn: 4 pp.) 15
Colophon of anuvāka 3 235a 14
55e rohitena riṣaṇābhṛtam (end of hymn: vss. 56-60 wanting) 20
2. 1a ud asya ketavo divi (then substantially the whole hymn: 4 pp.) 20
46d pra bhānavas sasṛje nā[kam a]cha (end of hymn: not of book) 237b 1
Colophon of anuvāka 4 16

Vulgate xiii. 3 and paryāya-hymn xiii. 4 are wanting

xv. 1. 1 vrādyāu vā ida agra āsīt (with most of paryāya 1: 7 lines) 16
8 to iti brahmavādino vadanti (end of paryāya 1) 238a 1
2. 1 then sa prācīn diçam anu vy acalat (and no more of xv.) 2
xvi. 1. 1 atisṛṣṭo apāṁ vṛṣabho (then 3 or 4 verse of paryāya 1: 3 lines) 2
4. 7 agnir me dakṣaṁ dadhātu (end of Vulgate anuvāka 1) 6
5. 1 vidma te svapna janitram (beginning of Vulgate anuvāka 2) 6
9. 1 jitam asmākam udbhin[n]am asmākam (beginning of last paryāya, namely 9 [not 8], of Vulgate anuvāka 2): then 4 lines 6
4 ending with vasumān bhūyāsam (end of Vulgate anuvāka 2) 11
Colophon of anuvāka 5 12
xvii. 1. 1a 'viṣāsahyaṁ sahamānam (then substantially the whole hymn, namely 2 or 3 pages, ending) 12
30d sahasraṁ prāṇā mayu te ramantām (end of hymn and book) 6

Then follows, without a syllable intervening,

xviii. 4. 89 candramā apsv antar ā (the entire last verse of hymn and book) 6
Colophon of Pāippalāda book xviii. 9
vi. 1. 1 doṣo gāya bṛhad gāya (as beginning in Pāipp. xix.) 11

are ignored entirely. —It appears, secondly, that the order of Vulgate xiii. and xiv. is inverted in Pāipp.; but that the order of the remaining four books is the same for both recensions. —It appears, thirdly, that Pāipp. xviii. consists of 6 anuvākas, and that these anuvākas correspond in the main to certain Vulgate anuvākas: anuvākas 1 and 2 of Pāipp. to the two long anuvāka-hymns which make up Vulgate xiv.; 3 and 4 of Pāipp. to the first two anuvāka-hymns of Vulgate xiii.; and anuvāka 6 of