Timothy Lubin LubinT at WLU.EDU
Mon Jun 19 15:48:55 UTC 2006

I am not sure whether this is the same as that listed by Peter Wyzlic -- WorldCat lists the following, held by the Library of Congress and several American and Canadian university libraries:
Panditasarvasva Kisoracandra Deba;  Dayanidhi Khadiratna1982 [3. samskarana]. Oriya  Book 8, 8, 393 p., [2] leaves of plates : ports. ; 25 cm. Kataka : Dharmagrantha Shtora, Manual of Hindu rituals; representing the tradition of Orissa. Note(s): In Sanskrit (Sanskrit in Oriya script); translation and prefatory matter in Oriya./ Cover title: Pandita sarbasva./ First published: 1896. Class Descriptors: LC: BL1226.74 Other Titles: Panditasarvasva. Oriya & Sanskrit.; Pandita sarbasva. Responsibility: Kisoracandra Deba Maharajanka dvara sangrhita o panditamandali dvara samsodhita, parimarjita o paribarddhita ; Dayanidhi Khadiratna Vidyabhushananka dvara parimarjita. Document Type: Book Entry: 19880405 Update: 20040504 Accession No: OCLC: 18815871 Database: WorldCat
Timothy Lubin
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>>> pwyzlic at UNI-BONN.DE 06/16/06 11:38 AM >>>

On Fri, 16 Jun 2006 14:48:10 +0200
  Arlo Griffiths <arlo.griffiths at LET.LEIDENUNIV.NL> wrote:
> Does anybody know a sm.rti digest under this title? I 
>find a  reference without any further bibliographic 
>reference to a passage  from p. 4 of the unspecified 
>edition: [...]

One of the printed catalogues of the Sanskrit works in the 
British Museum (aka British Library) lists an edition of a 
work named Panditasarvasva in Oriya characters:

[Panditasarvasva. A work on Hindu law. Ed. with an Oriya 
translation by Mahendra Deva, Maharaja of Athmallik]. pp. 
372, 8. Cuttack, 1897. 8°
Shelfmark no.: 14038. d. 36 [the compilator of the 
catalogue, i.e. L. D. Barnett, adds: "This is perhaps the 
Panditasarvasva ascribed to Halayudha".]
See L. D. Barnett: A supplementary catalogue of Sanskrit, 
Pali, and Prakrit books in the Library of the British 
Museum. London, 1908, col. 449, s.v. Panditasarvasva

Hope it helps

Peter Wyzlic

Indologisches Seminar der
Universität Bonn
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Deutschland / Germany

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