[INDOLOGY] Metre of gopī-gītam
vasishtha.spier at gmail.com
Fri Jun 12 17:00:06 EDT 2020
I was sent this image of the Apte 1956 edition reference to the meter.
Can someone tell me what the *Mm. *in the reference stands for. Is it Mm.
9.11. refering to some verse?
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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