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157, Kav p. 42 (a. ), Prasanna 24a (a. , . 19 (p. 805, S~S 3943 (v. Kav p. 557, SMS 6866, (v. Kav p. 51); (9) VS 492 (a. ) Bhatta-Bana), SMS 7700, (v. Kav p. 47); (10) Rl 1294 (a. 21 (a. Bh~nuk~ra), SuSS 457 (a. 2 (p. S¥S 8747, (v. Kav p. 54, Sf!. 445 (a. Sri Riijasekhara), SMS 9125 (v. Kav p. 24, SP 3851, SMS 9696, (v. Kav p. , SMS 10556, (v. Kav p. 14; (16) Skm [(B) 2010; rs 84 .. (v. TARUNABHATTA;PUNYA; . , SMS VI, (v. Kav p. 105, A. (P shn rt1 The Wonder that was India, (Grove Pross) p. 6; (17) SkY , .
1, are repeated often by other poets also (words to a traveller by the wife whose husband is not at home). VALLANASENA (No. 1380) BASAVANA J Astrologer and author of the inscription of Krsna (Yadava) on 3 copper-plates, of which the origin is unknown. D. 1249/50), is written in prose with some invocatory and imprecatory verses, of which one invocatory verse is only worth noting. Middle of the 13th century. Author of the inscription described in A. See A. Only the first verse is worth noting. 68-75, SACA 885.
Kav p. , SMS VIII, (v. Kav p. 8 (ab only), SMS VIII, (v. Kav p. 7, as an example of a samasya, (v. , (Kavp. 58, 1. : (32) BhPr 103 (a. Ba~a) and 282 (a. Magha), SP 406 (a. Magha), VS 504 (a. 4], SkY 1117 (a. Surabhi), Prasanna 178a (a. Surabhi), (v. Kav p. , (v. Kav p. , (v. AP 51, Kav p. , (v. Kav p. 55,57); (37) SP 3965, VS 2269, (v. AP 52, Kav p. 1, Sb 2fJ, Prasanna lOa (a. 1; (39) SUy! 17 (40) = Kada 4; (40) SP 152, VS 137, SH 412, (v. Kav p. 26, (v. Kav p. 1], (y. Kav p. 55); (43) VS 1810, (v.