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Ananda-natha and other texts

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Title:
Ananda-natha and other texts
Creator:
Sāhibakaula, 1629- ( Author, Primary )
बस्तीराम‏
Vastīrāma
Abhinavagupta, Rājānaka
Śaṅkarācārya
Language:
Sanskrit
Hindi
Kashmiri

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Śaivism ( LCSH )
राजयोगः
राज योग
Yoga, Rāja ( LCSH )
Moḳsopāya ( LCSH )
Salvation -- Hinduism ( LCSH )
Stotra
स्तोत्र
स्तोत्रम्
Prayer ( LCSH )
Prayer -- Hinduism ( LCSH )
Aṣṭāvakra ( LCSH )
अष्टावक्रगीता
Puranas. Skandapurāṇa
स्कन्द पुराण
स्कन्दपुराणम्
Hastamalaka stotra
Mysticism ( LCSH )
Mysticism -- Hinduism ( LCSH )
Spatial Coverage:
Asia -- India
एशिया -- भारत
जम्बुद्वीपः -- भारतम्
Coordinates:
21 x 78

Notes

Scope and Content:
A volume of writings, chiefly in Sanskrit verse, with some in Kashmiri and Hindi, on Hindu religion and philosophy, viz. (a) Ananda-natha's Sarika-stotra, Sahajarchana-shashtika, Svatma-bodha, Chit-sphara-saradvaya-prabandha, Siva-jiva-dasaka, Siva-sakti-vilasa (all in Sanskrit), Sach-chid-ananda-kandali (in Sanskrit and Hindi), and untitled poems in in Hindi and Sanskrit; (b) Lalla-vakya, Kashmiri verses by Lalla, with some Kashmiri anonyma and others by Basti-ram Trinayana Kaula; (c) 23 short Sanskrit writings by divers, mostly verse. Written in Sarada script,] except ff. 328-333 which are in Nagari. ( English,English,,,,,,, )
Content Advice:
Table of contents. - A small codex, with various texts in different hands. Once most texts are complete the scribe moves onto the top of the next folio. The Codex is found with board wrapped in patterned cloth. Table of contents. - 1. Sarika-stotra (Ananda-natha) by SaÌ„hibakaula. Sanskrit. Dated Samvat 36,Magha su. 4. Folios 1-5. - 2. Devi-gatha-dasaka from Skanda-purana. Sanskrit. Folios 5-8. - 3. Sach-chid-ananda-kandali by SaÌ„hibakaula. Sanskrit with Hindi version. Composition finished Samvat 1782, Magha su. 3, Bhauma. Folios 9-54. - 4. Ashtavakra upadesa-slokah (Ashtavakra gita). Sanskrit. Folios 55-114. - 05. Sahajarchana-shashtika by SaÌ„hibakaula. Sanskrit. Folios 115-133. - 6. Svatma-bodha, by SaÌ„hibakaula. Sanskrit. Folios 134-145. – 7. Chit-sphara-saradvaya-prabandha, by the SaÌ„hibakaula, Sanskrit. Folios 146-166. - 8. Siva-jiva-dasaka, by SaÌ„hibakaula. Sanskrit. Folios 166-168. - 9. Poem by SaÌ„hibakaula. Hindi. Folios 169-183. - 10. Paramartha-sara by Abhinavagupta. Sanskrit. Dated Samvat 35, Pausha su. 15. Folios 184-201. - 11. Virupaksha-pañchasika. Sanskrit. Folios 201-210. - 12. Jñanananda Svami’s Svanubhavollasa. Sanskrit. Folios 210-219. - 13. Bodha-panchadasika by Abhinavagupta. Sanskrit. Folios 219-221. - 14. Siddhanta-bindu by Åšaá¹…karācārya. Sanskrit. Folios 223-226. - 15. Hastamalaka-stotra. Sanskrit. Folios 226-229. - 16. Vijnana-navaka. Sanskrit. Folios 229-232. - 17. Anuttarashtika by Abhinavagupta. Sanskrit. Folios 232-235. - 18. Siva-stuti. Sanskrit. Folios 236-246. - 19. Vyasa-Suka-samvada from Maha-bharata. Sanskrit. Folios 246-273. - 20. Gauri-dasaka. Sanskrit. Folios 274-277. - 21. Sanskrit passage on traditions of 3 pravaras, etc. Sanskrit. Folios 277-281. - 22. Philosophic poem by SaÌ„hibakaula. Sanskrit. Folios 279-281. - 23. Chid-upasana-stotra from Nirvana-prakarana of MokÌ£sopaÌ„ya. Sanskrit. Folios 282-287. - 24. Mahesvara-stuti of Vasishtha. Sanskrit. Folios 287-9. - 25. Bhusundopadesah from MokÌ£sopaÌ„ya. Sanskrit. Dated Samvat 36. Margasirsha su. 7. Folios 289-292. - 26. Sivashtaka of Yoga-raja. Sanskrit. Folios 293-294. - 27. Five verses. Sanskrit Folios 294-295. - 28. Lalla-vakya, Kashmiri verses by Lalla. Kashmiri. Folios 295-309. - 29. Kashmiri verses. Kashmiri. Folios 310-324. - 30. Verses by VastiÌ„raÌ„ma. Kashmiri. Folios 325-327. - 31. Theological tract, Sanskrit. Folios 328-333. 32. Siva-saktl-vilasa, by SaÌ„hibakaula. Sanskrit. Folios 334-338. - 33. Sukashtaka, Sanskrit. Folios 338-341. - 34. Mystic verses. Sanskrit. Folios 341-342. - 35. Bhavani-stuti. Sanskrit. Dated 1232. Folios 343-346. A volume of writings, chiefly in Sanskrit verse, with some in Kashmiri and Hindi, on Hindu religion and philosophy, viz. (a) Ananda-natha's Sarika-stotra, Sahajarchana-shashtika, Svatma-bodha, Chit-sphara-saradvaya-prabandha, Siva-jiva-dasaka, Siva-sakti-vilasa (all in Sanskrit), Sach-chid-ananda-kandali (in Sanskrit and Hindi), and untitled poems in in Hindi and Sanskrit; (b) Lalla-vakya, Kashmiri verses by Lalla, with some Kashmiri anonyma and others by Basti-ram Trinayana Kaula; (c) 23 short Sanskrit writings by divers, mostly verse. Written in Sarada script,] except ff. 328-333 which are in Nagari.
General Note:
Written in the Sharada and Nagari scripts
General Note:
Attributed to Kaula, known as Sahib Kaula
General Note:
VIAF (name authority) : Sāhibakaula, 1629- : URI http://viaf.org/viaf/70519227
General Note:
VIAF (name authority) : Vastīrāma : URI http://viaf.org/viaf/258526178
General Note:
VIAF (name authority) : Abhinavagupta, Rājānaka : URI http://viaf.org/viaf/14765205
General Note:
VIAF (name authority) : Śaṅkarācārya : URI http://viaf.org/viaf/54116823

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SOAS University of London
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