A History of Indian Literature, Volume VI: Scientific and by Jean-Marie Verpoorten; Jan Gonda (Editor)

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It is answered: 'Ah well! you are ready to delude yourself, your pupils and everybody! For how is it possible to rule out the desire for understanding the sense (of the Veda), without deluding your own self (dtman) walking along a weary path, full of desire to 228 229 230 Ed. D. SASTRI 1978. Ed. G. S. NENE 1930-1933. Edd. A. S. SASTRI 1978 and P. N. P. SASTRI 1978-1981. Translation of the Tarkapdda portion by D. VENKARAMIAH 1940. The SD was repeatedly commented upon. The first but incomplete commentary (on the Tarkapdda only) is the Yuktisnehaprapurani (or Siddhdntacandrikd) by RAMAKRSNA BHATTA (ca.

S. K. R. SASTRI 1934: 175 70. 3); the text in MK1, 3940b = S. K. R. SASTRI 1934: 74ff. On this issue, see JHA 19642: 49-50; SCHMITHAUSEN 1965: 210-211; SOLOMON 1969: 432 (clear); CHATTERJEE 1979: 267ff. (somewhat confuse). 34 Jean-Marie Verpoorten • Mimamsa Literature As this (exertion) occurs in somebody desiring heaven, this latter proceeds from the former .. ,"176 (tr. JHA 19782: 160 with modifications). For all the obscurity of thought, it is worth noting that heaven is more a product than an incentive or a final cause.

S. SASTRI 1978 and P. N. P. SASTRI 1978-1981. Translation of the Tarkapdda portion by D. VENKARAMIAH 1940. The SD was repeatedly commented upon. The first but incomplete commentary (on the Tarkapdda only) is the Yuktisnehaprapurani (or Siddhdntacandrikd) by RAMAKRSNA BHATTA (ca. 1500) edited by L. S. DRAVIDA 1916, Chowkhamba Skr Ser. 43. Later on, we find the Mayukhdvaliof APPAYADIKSITA (16th c ) , edited by P. P. Subrahmanya SASTRI 1948, Madras Government Or. Ser. ) and of the grandson of the latter DINAKARA BHATTA (1700-1750); finally those of KAMALAKARA BHATTA (1700-1750), RAJACUDAMANI DIKSITA (Karpuravdrttika), SOMANATHA DIKSITA (Mayukhamdlikd, ed.

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