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Extra resources for A History of Indian Literature, Volume V: Scientific and Technical Literature, Part 2, Fasc. 4: Indian Lexicography
PABAB, Abhidhana-sangraha, II 6, 7, 11, Bombay, 1896 (with meagre extracts from Hemacandra's commentary, Sesas, and Siloncha; see TH. ZACHABIAE, WZKM 16, pp. 16 and 29); Bombay, s. C. BHATTACABYYA, Calcutta, san 1314 [1907/08] (with Bengali translation); by HABGOVTNDDAS and BECHABDAS, indices by JAYANTA VIJAYA, YJG 41, 42, Bhavnagar, v. J. KASELKAB, MKJMM 21, Bombay, s. , VSS 109, Varanasi, 1964 (with Mamprabha Hindi commentary). The earliest known codex, written in s. B. GANDHI, [ABCIM 259], I, p.
170 As regards the chronology of Hemacandra's lexicographical works, G. BUHLEB (DKAW 37, pp. 186, 201, 202, 211) assigns the Abhidhanacintamani and AnekarthasaMgraha to the time between the completion of Hemacandra's grammar and Jayasimha's death (c. 1140/41-1142/43), the SesasaMgraha, NighaNtuSesa, and DeSlnamamala to the years between JayasiMha's death and Hemacandra's acquaintance with Kumarapala (1142/43 - c. 1157/59), the DeSinamamaiatlka to the span between his admission to Kumarapala's court and the preliminaries of Kumarapala's conversion (c.
In cases of doubt he states the alternatives and leaves the decision to others. An exceptional position is held by the verbal substitutes (dhdtvddesa), which he does not himself take to be Desis but — in deference to his forerunners — lists in his glosses after the words corresponding with them as to initial and length, some having even found a place in the basic text. The indeclinables are handled in like manner. A curious thing are the verses added in exemplification of the synonymic articles at the end of the relevant scholia.