[INDOLOGY] Metre of gopī-gītam
vasishtha.spier at gmail.com
Thu Jun 11 23:55:34 EDT 2020
Thank you Aleksandar. I've also been informed offlist that this meter but
with the names Rājahaṃsī and Vibhūṣaṇā is in the three volume 1959
edition published in Pune by Prasad Prakashan, with editors P. K. Gode and
C. G. Karve. . I was looking in Apte's 1890 edition where it didn't
appear. Apparently the modern editors expanded the metrical section.
On Thu, Jun 11, 2020 at 11:21 PM Uskokov, Aleksandar <
aleksandar.uskokov at yale.edu> wrote:
> Dear Harry,
> Vaṁśīdhara in his comment on the first verse writes: kanakamañjarī naś ca
> rau lagau iti sūtrāt. The definition scans right, so to his mind the meter
> is Kanakamañjarī. I don’t know which sūtra he has in mind.
> Best wishes,
> Aleksandar Uskokov
> Lector in Sanskrit
> South Asian Studies Council, Yale University
> 203-432-1972 | aleksandar.uskokov at yale.edu
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> *Subject:* [INDOLOGY] Metre of gopī-gītam
> Dear list members,
> Can anyone identify the meter of the gopī-gītam (Bhāgavata X, chapter
> See this link: https://iskcondesiretree.com/page/gopi-gita
> It is 11 syllable's per line but as far as I can see it is different from
> the 11 syllable metres in Apte's dictionaries appendix.
> Harry Spier
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