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Why Ballala chose to attribute these verses to Kalidasa and Sakalya respectively, while they are attributed in PrC. to Dhanapala, is not clear. 0. 118; to Ramila-Somtla in 1S. 35; to Kalasaka-Sasivardhana in ~S. 5; the same applies to samasyii-s with double, triple or quadruple attributions. Different are the reasons for these double or multiple attributions. 1. Asvinikumarau (No. 66) are two Vedic deities, twin sons of the sun or the sky, known inter alia for their curative power and as physicians of svarga; Asvinikumarasamhita is, therefore, a medical work.
Kulasekhara (No. 5. See also Nos. 152H,175H,193H and many others. 1. W. Thomas's suggestion (Kav. p. 51) that Kav. 507 could be another verse of Pararnesvara (No. , be discarded; the final 0 svara belonged to Yoge-svara and not to Parame-svara. 2. W. Thomas (Kav. p. 66) that Madhavasila (No. , Skm. and Prasanna. while Madhavasila is identical with Madhavasiva (No. 1124) and is quoted in JS. only98. 4. In A. Scharpe's Kaliddsa-Lexicon, 26 Kalidasa's incerta should be corrected and several other Kalidada's incerta from lesser known anthologies should be added; they are quoted in Nr.
W. Thomas, Introduction to Kav. p. 67 and Krishnamachariar, Classical Sanskrit Literature pp. 404-406. 246-262. 67 ibid. p. 246. 68 op. cit. pp. 247-248. 69 Literally "a woman who shakes her buttock" or a "libidinous woman"; a subdivision of the arya-metrc according to the Natyasastra. Similarly Vikatanitarnba. 28 61. 2); it was a pen name of Govinda-bhatta used to please emperor Akbar; Akalajalada, sobriquet from No. 1 (Y. 251); Aparadharasundara, sobriquet of an anonymous author from Nr. 252); Avilamba-Sarasvatf II (No.
A descriptive catalogue of poets quoted in Sanskrit anthologies and inscriptions: Volume 1. Aṃśudhara-Dhoyī by Ludwik Sternbach