[INDOLOGY] Metre of gopī-gītam
mmdesh at umich.edu
Sat Jun 13 20:58:40 EDT 2020
I have a pdf of the Mandāramarandacampū in the Kāvyamālā series, and
of the three volume edition of Apte's dictionary edited by P. K. Gode and
C. G. Karve. "The Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries website gives a
publication date of 1957" because the three volumes were published in the
three successive years 1957, 1958 and 1959. If you need these pdfs, I can
send them to you via WeTransfer. Let me know. Best,
Madhav M. Deshpande
Professor Emeritus, Sanskrit and Linguistics
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
Senior Fellow, Oxford Center for Hindu Studies
[Residence: Campbell, California, USA]
On Sat, Jun 13, 2020 at 5:32 PM Harry Spier via INDOLOGY <
indology at list.indology.info> wrote:
> Thank you to Madhav Deshpande, Roland Steiner, Nagaraj Paturi,
> AleksandarUsk (and Christophe Vielle (who gave me the reference Borooah,
> A comprehensive grammar of the Sanskrit language, vol. 10: Prosody, 1883,
> p. 100 §207, as a sub-type of triṣ.tup, without any name.)
> for this fascinating discussion.
> 1) I couldn't find Mandāramarandacampū published in the Kāvyamālā series,
> No. 52, Bombay 1895 in archive.org and the link to this text in
> sanskritbooks.org (which was to an archive.org address) is broken. Does
> anyone have a pdf or a link to an online copy?
> 2) The three volume enhanced Apte dictionary that Madhav refererd to, is
> in the Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries websiet
> https://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/ but only available on special
> request. I'm assuming this is because it is considered to be still under
> copyright and not in the public domain.
> Madhav gave me this information about the edition: 1959 edition published
> in Pune by Prasad Prakashan, with editors P. K. Gode and C. G. Karve. But
> the Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries website gives a publication date
> of 1957.
> if it was published after 21 January 1958 then the Copyright Act of 1957
> applies and it wont be in the public domain until 60 years after the
> editors date of death. But if the Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries
> website date of publication (1957) for the dictionary is correct then it
> should be in the public domain.
> Harry Spier
> On Sat, Jun 13, 2020 at 5:31 AM Roland Steiner via INDOLOGY <
> indology at list.indology.info> wrote:
>> Dear Madhav,
>> > indicating that the reading of the definition given in the Kavyamala
>> edition is faulty
>> Surprisingly, the commentary (*Mādhuryarañjanīvyākhyā*) confirms this
>> *narau nagaṇaragaṇau ro ragaṇaḥ / gau gurudvayam /*
>> I guess that the correct entry in the three volume edition of Apte's
>> dictionary could be taken from Velankar's *Jayadāman* (Bombay 1949, p.
>> "*nararalaga Rājahaṃsī* (6,5) Mm. 9.11, *Vibhūṣaṇā* Vjs [=
>> *Vṛttajātisamuccaya* of Vīrahaṅka] 4.94"
>> By the way, the definition *kanakamañjarī naś ca rau lagau* is itself
>> written in this meter (*na ra ra la ga*; caesura after the 6th syllable)
>> - a practice that was probably first introduced by Jayadeva (leaving aside
>> the hardly datable *Nāṭyaśāstra*).
>> Best wishes,
>> Roland Steiner
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