naga_ganesan at HOTMAIL.COM
Thu Nov 11 21:37:56 UTC 1999
Dear Mr. Hodge,
Interesting. Looking forward to read your paper.
Ch. X of the GaNDavyUha talks of a KalyANamitra site,
SamudravetAlIpradesha. The teacher is Ashaa of
SamantavyUham udyAnam. Probably, vetAlI, aashaa, udyAnam
go together. (?). In the next chapter, in the same region
- samudravetAlI, Rishi Bhishmottaranirghosa resides in the
Naalayur nAma janapadah. Probably the nAlayuur refers to
the Ur in the Nallamalai range (ta. naL-/tel. nal- means
black) from which River Krishna(Krishnaveni/kannapeNNA)
> From tamil classical texts and other material, I think
I have clues for several kalyanamaitra sites in the Gv.
The South Indian sites mainly fall in two clusters:
Ch. III-XI and XXIII- XXXII.
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