Alex Passi a.passi at ALMA.UNIBO.IT
Wed Jun 28 14:39:20 UTC 2006

An all-time favorite in grammars and excercise books!
It was mentioned in Boehtlingk's Indische Spruche, vol. III No, 5848,  
p. 246-47, variants: Nos. 5747,  7345. Sources given: Caa.nakya, from  
Haeberlin's Kaavya-Sa'ngraha, A Sanskrit Anthology, Calcutta, 1847,  
Weber, V.rddha-Caa.nakya, 3.18. This text (Caa.nakya-niiti-darpa.na)  
is now freely available on-line, see http://www.granthamandira.org/ 

Alex Passi.

On 28/06/2006, at 2:39 PM, Allen W Thrasher wrote:

I don't know right off, but the rest of the sloka is:

PaJcavarSANi lAlayet, daZavarSANi TADayet


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>>> swantam at ASIANETINDIA.COM 06/28/06 8:10 AM >>>

"praapte tu SoDaSe varSe putram mitravadaacaret"

Please tell me, in which text does this exist?

Thanks in advance

K.Maheswaran Nair
University of Kerala

Alex (Alessandro) Passi,
Department of Linguistic and Oriental Studies
University of Bologna,
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