Re: [INDOLOGY] Vākyapadīya manuscript now online
nagarajpaturi at gmail.com
Tue Oct 10 11:49:22 UTC 2017
You wished for an awesome day.
You really made my day.
There is no font with valapala gilaka.
On Tue, Oct 10, 2017 at 5:06 PM, Charles Li via INDOLOGY <
indology at list.indology.info> wrote:
> Dear everyone,
> As part of my doctoral project, I commissioned the digitization of a
> microfilm of a Vākyapadīya manuscript (Prakīrṇakāṇda) held at the Bodleian
> in Oxford. It's a paper manuscript in Telugu script. The digital images are
> now online at the Digital Bodleian website, available here:
> I've also done a diplomatic transcription of the Dravyasamuddeśa section,
> from folio 37 verso, line 2, to folio 41 verso, line 2, and this
> transcription is available here:
> Each page break (rendered as a big orange "L") is a link that takes you to
> the the corresponding digital image. I've checked the transcription a few
> times, but there are bound to be mistakes still; please let me know if you
> find any. The transcript can also be viewed in Telugu script by using the
> tools on the right-hand side of the page, or alternatively, like this:
> I haven't yet found a Telugu font that supports the old-style
> post-consonantal reph (valapagilaka); does anyone know of such a font?
> Have an awesome day,
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