[INDOLOGY] question

Daniel Balogh danbalogh at gmail.com
Sun Apr 7 19:40:27 UTC 2019

I’m not familiar with the stanza, but my reconstruction would be
atiparicayād avajñā / saṃtatagamanād anādaro bhavati |
malaye bhillapurandhrī / candanatarukāṣṭham indhanaṃ kurute ||
This scans as a correct verse in gīti.

From: Tieken, H.J.H. via INDOLOGY
Sent: 07 April 2019 21:28
To: Indology
Subject: [INDOLOGY] question

Dear List members, 

someone (not a sanskritist and unaware of diacritics) asked me what the following stanza means:

atiparicayadavajna / samtatagamanadanadro bhavati.
malaye bhillaparandhri / candanatarukastham indhanam kurute.

Some parts, like malaye ... candanatarukastham indhanam kurute, are clear but I do not know what to make of the second pāda. 
I look forward to suggestions.

Herman Tieken
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