Correction: I meant ‘at the end of one line’.
> I’ve just had a quick look at an edition of the Saundaryalaharī, in Śikhariṇī (17 syllables to a line), and sandhi is broken only between half verses and whole verses. For example, there's a ś at the end of one half-line followed by a c at the beginning of the next.
Valerie J Roebuck
> On 28 Jul 2016, at 15:07, Harry Spier <email@example.com> wrote:
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> In the longer sanskrit meters (Vasantatilaka for examplbe 14 syllables to a line) is Sandhi broken after each line or only after the half verse and end of verse.
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