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THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO

DOCTRINE AND BOUNDARY-FORMATION:

THE PHILOSOPHY OF VIJÑĀ NABHIK U IN INDIAN INTELLECTUAL HISTORY

A DISSERTATION SUBMITTED TO

THE FACULTY OF THE DIVISION OF THE HUMANITIES

IN CANDIDACY FOR THE DEGREE OF

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY

DEPARTMENT OF SOUTH ASIAN LANGUAGES AND CIVILIZATIONS

BY

ANDREW JAMES NICHOLSON

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

AUGUST 2005

Copyright © 2005 by Andrew James Nicholson All rights reserved

Appendix I:

Sanskrit Edition of Chapter one of the Īśvaragītābhāya

I.1 Introduction

Of Vijñānabhiku’s trilogy of Vedāntic commentaries (prasthānatrayī), the

Vijñānāmtabhāya (Commentary on the Nectar of Knowledge, i.e., the Brahma Sūtra),

Īśvaragītabhāya (Commentary on the Song of God), and Vedāntāloka (Light on the

Upaniads), only the first has ever appeared in a published edition. In this appendix I

take a small step towards rectifying this situation by offering an edition of chapter one of

the Īśvaragītābhāya. The Īśvaragītā consists of the first 11 chapters of the second

section (uttaravibhāga) of the Kūrmapurāa (early 8 th c.). 1 It is a text closely modeled

on the Bhagavad Gītā, as suggested by its title. Vijñānabhiku suggests that for this

reason, a commentary on the Īśvaragītā is just as good as a commentary on the Bhagavad

Gītā, and qualifies as a part of his prasthānatrayī. According to the third of

Vijñānabhiku’s benedictory verses, although some of the words of the two texts differ,

they offer essentially the same teaching. While it may seem a peculiar choice for

Vijñānabhiku to write a commentary on a section from a Purāa, the Īśvaragītā was

1 On dating the Kūrmapurāa, see Rocher (1986: 186).

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considered an important text by late medieval Vedāntic theists. Besides Vijñānabhiku’s

commentary, there are also extant commentaries by Bhāsurānanda, Yajñeśvarasūri, and

Sabhāpatimiśra. 2

The “Īśvara” (God) of the work’s title has generally been understood to refer to

Śiva, and the entire Kūrmapurāa is generally regarded as a Śaiva Purāa. 3 Perhaps the

most infamous passage of the entire Īśvaragītā occurs at verse 31. Up until that point, it

is Nārāyaa who is praised as the highest God by the retinue of sages, and it is he whom

they ask for answers to the most profound philosophical questions (verses 26-27). But in

verse 31, just as Nārāyaa is about to speak, he is literally upstaged by Śiva—what one

translator has called “a ruse to Pāśupatise this text.” 4 Vijñānabhiku will have none of

that, however. For him, this passage does not mean that Śiva has appeared suddenly to

teach all of the retinue the answers to these questions. Rather, Nārāyaa by his own

powers transforms the sage Nara into the god Śiva in order to act as Nārāyaa’s

spokesperson. Furthermore, Vijñānabhiku goes on to say that one cannot trust Śiva

when he is speaking on his own, since his teachings are frequently intended to delude

instead of edify his listeners. 5 Only because Nārāyaa is in the audience can we be sure

that the teachings Śiva presents in the Īśvaragītā are genuine.

2 Vide Rocher (1986: 186).

3 On the Īśvaragītā see Dumont (1933: 5-8); on the Kūrmapurāa see Rocher (1986: 185-186).

4 Tagare (1982: 340).

5 And, according to the Sākhyapravacanabhāya and Padma Purāa, the most well known of these false teachings of Śiva are the doctrines of the Advaita Vedānta school (Vijñānabhiku 1895: 4).

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The edition I have included in this appendix is based on a single manuscript,

kindly provided to me by the Benares Hindu University library. 6 I regret, however, that

this manuscript only presents chapter one of Vijñānabhiku’s 11 chapter commentary on

the Īśvaragītā. The manuscript is from the mid-20 th century, and I conjecture that it was

copied by a student of the late Gopinath Kaviraj, who had a complete manuscript of the

Īśvaragītābhāya in his collection. 7 The Benares Hindu University manuscript has a fair

number of errors. I have corrected its obvious typos and careless repetitions of words. It

also contains many lacunae, which I have called attention to in my text with dashes (- - -).

The manuscript itself contains only Vijñānabhiku’s commentary, and none of the verses

from the Īśvaragītā. I have supplied these based on the critical edition of the

Kūrmapurāa. 8 When Vijñānabhiku refers to one of the many variant readings listed in

the critical edition, I have put other important variants in footnotes. I have also noted

when it seems that Vijñānabhiku’s text of the Īśvaragītā corresponds to none of the

versions listed in the critical edition. I was greatly helped in the preparation of this

edition by Narayan Mishra, and could not have done it without him. Nonetheless, I have

no doubt that it contains multiple errors, which are my responsibility alone. This edition

is simply intended to give scholars a readable version of the first chapter of

6 In my text, I have also noted a few variant readings based on the first page of an Īśvaragītābhāya manuscript in the collection of the Asiatic Society, Calcutta.

7 It was upon Kaviraj’s manuscript that Dasgupta’s summary of the Īśvaragītābhāya in his History of Indian Philosophy is based (Dasgupta:, vol. 3, pp. 482-95). Unfortunately, this manuscript has passed into the hands of a private collector in Varanasi, who was unwilling to allow me access. Nor, unfortunately, was I able to obtain a legible copy of the Asiatic Society manuscript.

8 Gupta (1971). I have also consulted an edition by D.C.R. Swaminathan (1983).

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Vijñānabhiku’s text. Reconstructed as it is from a single manuscript, it is only the first

step in the project of presenting a reliable text to a wider audience based on all of the

extant manuscripts of the Īśvaragītābhāya.

I.2 Sanskrit Text

$ñrgIta-a:ym!

iv}ani-]uk«tm!

ïIg[ezay nm>, ` nmaeäü[e, yaemayya iÇgu[ya ivrcYy ivñm<zE> àivZy b÷zae=-vdek AaTma, ySma½ i-Úmip svRmi-ÚmÏ ma me=pspRtuùdaeùdyeñrae=saE. 1. svRvedaNtsarawRs<¢aih{ya AitS)…qm!, -a:ymIñrgItaya iv}anen ivtNyte 9 . 2. @ten -gvÌItaVyaOyape]a=ip yaSyit, zBdaid-edmaÇe[ 10 gItaya 11 AwRsaMyt>. 3.

9 eiv}ani-]uk #it paQ>

10 zBdaid-edmaÇ[eit paQ>

11 gItyaeirit paQ>

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ïInaray[en kªmRêip[a z³aid_yae=iolpué;awRsaxn< }an< kmR c kªmRpura[e sMygupidòm!, tdett!sUtmuoaÊpz&{vNt> zaEnkadyae}ansar< ivStrt> ïaetukama> pun> sUt< pàCDuirTyah pura[kÄaR Vyasdev>, \;y ^cuirit yËcuStdah -vteit, -vta kiwt> sMykœsgR> Svay<-uvStt>, äüa{fSyaSy ivStaraemNvNtriviníy>. 1. hesUt -vta SvayM-uv> sgR> SvyM-uv Aaidpu<s %TpiÄ> sMykœivStart> kiwt>, ttStdnNtrmSy †ZymanSy äüa{fSy ivStar %TpÅyaidêp> kiwt>, ttí mNvNtriviníy> k«t> #TywR>, AyÂaeanuvadaeguévaKyavxansUcnawR>, eñreñraedevaevi[Ri-xRmRtTprE>, }anyaegrtEinRTymaraXy> kiwtSTvya. 2. eit, tÇ mNvNtrin[Rye$ñra[a< äüiv:[uhradInampIñraedev>, s&ò(aid³Ifamyae=iolvStu*aetkaeva xmRtTprE}aRnl][yaegrtEí vi[Ri-äaRü[aidzUÔaNtEinRTy< àTyhmaraXy %pcarE> pUjnIySTvya kiwt #TywR>, tt> ikimTyt Aah, tÅvÂaze;s<sarÊ>onaznmuÄmm 12 !, }an< äüEkiv;y< yen pZyem tTprm!. 3. tÊdeit tÑgvdaraxna¼-Ut< }an< äüEkiv;y< kevläüiv;yk< iviväüiv;yk< %pidzytStJ}anmze;s<sarÊ>oSy jNm mr[àvahaeTwÊ>oÇySy %Äm< àk«ò< sa]Nnazn< nazkar[< Ataevd yen }anaepdezen }anm_ySy tTpr<

12 tÖdaze;s<sarÊ>onazmnuÄmm!#it paQ>

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svRkar[< äü vy< pZyem sa]aTk…vIRmih Aze;Ê>oinv&ÅywRimTywR>, ämtÅv}anSyEv mae]hetuTvenaÇ äütÅv}anmev p&òm!, ttaema< tÅvtae}aTva ivztetdnNtrimit Sm&Tyaid_y>, äüa{f}an< (äü}an)ze;tyEv p&òimit baeXym!. nnu}anSy kwmaraxna¼Tv< kwTva xmR}anyae> smu½y> pUvR - - - - - - - - n kevlen yaegen àaPyteprm< pdm!, }an< tukevl< sMygpvgR)làdm!, #TywR>, tSyEv pura[Sy vaKyen kmRinrpe]e[ kevl}anen mae]isÏeirit ceÚ }anyaegSy àwm-UimkayamevaÇ ywaevcnat!, yaegI iÇivxae-vit, yuÃanaeyaegaêFaeyuíeit, tÇaSy (àwm)-Uimkaya< kmR àxan< }anyaegí tCDe;-Ut> kevl}anevSTvs<-vat!, iÖtIy- Uimkaya< }an< àxan< kmR tCDe;-Ut< yaegpirpakaw¡iv]epkmR[a< - - - - - - - m! -gvÌItayam!Aaéé]aerœmuneyaeRg< kmR kar[muCyte, yaegaêFSy tSyEv zm> kar[muCyte#it (Bh.G. 6.3.), kar[< muOysaxnm!, t&tIy-Uimkaya< tukevl< }anm! kmRinrpe]e[ kevl}anenEvaSwans<-vat!, tÊ< -gvÌItaya< ySTvaTmritrev SyadaTmt&Ýí manv>, AaTmNyev c s<tuòStSy kay¡n iv*te, nEv tSy k«tenawaeR nak«teneh kín, n caSy svR-Ute;ukiídœAwRVypaïy> #it (Bh. G. 3.17-18), At @v jf-rtaidna< zana< SveCDya zvip svRkmRTyag> ïUyte, kamkare[ cEke#it Vyasdeven sUictíeit, @ten }ankmR[aerekEkàaxaNysmsmu½y baexkain ïuitSm&itvaKyain -Uimka-edenaivéÏain mNtVyain, Aixkair-eden ywaeiv-agí iv:[upura[eSpòmev SmyRte, iÇivxa -avna -Up ivñmetiÚbaex tam!, äüaOya kmRs<}a c twa cEvae=-yaiTmka, snNdnadyaeäü-av-avnya suta>, kmR -avnya caNye deva*> Swavraíra>, ihr{yg-aRidTw< c äükmaRiTmka iÖxa, Aizkavbaex< - - - - - ta

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sàyaegSy isiÏhetuTvat!, ydäuvNtdah, Tv< ih naray[aTsa]at!k«:[ÖEpaynaTà-ae, AvaÝaioliv}anStÅva< p&CDamhepun>. 4. ïuTva munIna< tÖaKy< k«:[ÖEpayn< à-um!, sUt> paErai[k> Sm&Tva -ai;tu< ýupc³me. 5. AwaiSmÚNtreVyas> k«:[ÖEpayn> Svym!, Aajgam muinïeóa yÇ sÇ< smaste. 6. t< †òœva vedivÖa<s< kalme"sm*uitm!, Vyas< kmlpÇa]< à[emuiÖRjpu<gva>. 7. ppat d{fvуmaE†òœva=saEraemh;R[>, di][Ik«Ty gué< àaÃil> pañRgae=-vt!!. 8. p&òaSte=namy< ivàa> zaEnka*a mhamuinm!, smañaSyasn< tSmEt*aeGy< smkLpyn!. 9. Aw tanävIÖaKy< 13 prazrsut> à-u>, ki½Ú tpsaehain> SvaXyaySy ïutSy c. 10. tt> s sUt> Svgué< à[Myah mhamuinm!, }an< tdœäüiv;y< munIna< v…mhRis. 11. #meih muny> zaNtaStapsa xmRtTpra>, zuïU;a jaytecE;a< v…mhRis tÅvt>. 12.

13 AwEtainit paQ>

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}an< ivmuid< idVy< yNmesa]aÅvyaeidtm!, munIna< Vyaùt< pUv¡iv:[una kªmRêip[a. 13. ïuTva sUtSy vcn< muin> sTyvtIsut>, à[My izrsa éÔ< vc> àah suoavhm!. 14. Vyas %vac. vúyedevaemhadev> p&òaeyaegIñrE> pura, snTk…maràmuoE> Svy< yTsm-a;t. 15. snTkmar> snkStwEv c snNdn>, Aai¼ra éÔsihtae-&gu> prmxmRivt!. 16. k[ad> kiplaeyaegI vamdevaemhamuin>, zu³aeevisóae-gvan!sveR s<ytmansa>. 17. prSpr< ivcayERtes<zyaivòcets>, tÝvNtStpae"aer< pu{yebdirkaïme. 18. ApZy<Stemhayaegm&i;< xmRsut< zuicm!, naray[mna*Nt< nre[ siht< tda. 19. s<StUy ivivxE> StaeÇE> sveR vedsmuÑvE>, à[emu-Ris<yua yaeignaeyaegivÄmm!. 20. iv}ay vaiÁDt< te;a< -gvanip svRivt!, àah gM-Irya vaca ikmw¡tPytetp>. 21. uvNùòmnsaeivñaTman< snatnm!,

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sa]aÚaray[< devamagt< isiÏsUckm!. 22. vy< s<zymapÚa> sveR vEäüvaidn>, -vNtmek< zr[< àpÚa> pué;aeÄmm!. 23. vy< s<zyimit äüvaidn> äüSvêpeivvad< k…vaR[a> vedvaidnaeva vy< vúyma[s<zy< àaÝvNt> sveR svRs<zyaeÑeday tpsa -vNtmev pué;aeÄm< vEiníyen zr[< gtaStÇah Tv< hIit, Tv< ih tdœveTw prm< svR}ae-gvan&i;>, naray[> Svy< sa]at!pura[ae=VypUé;>. 24. Tvmev tTprm< äü prmeñr< veTw ytSTv< Svy< naray[aOy> svR}ae-gvan&i;> svRSmtaRis twa sa]adev pura[ae=naidrVypué;> prmeñrae=is, AaETpiÄken äüaTmtanu-venaixNykSyaip (ALpkSyaip?) VyvxanSya-avat!, n c sa]aTprmeñra<zTva½ äüéÔadIna TvkayRtya prmeñra<zTvaidTywR>, punrpIdmvxaryNtaevr< àawRyiNt n ýNy #it, n ýNyaeiv*teveÄa Tvam&teprmeñrm! 14 , zuïU;a=Smakmiol< s<zy< -eÄumhRis 15 . 25. Tvam&te=Nyaen ih nEv prmeñrm!, tÊ< mae]xmeR=ip Ana*Nt< pr< äü n deva n;Ryae ivÊ>, @kStÖed -gvaNxata naray[> à-u>, naray[a†i;g[Stwa muOyas!surasura>,

14 prmeñreit paQ>

15 DeÄuimit paQ>, Vijñānabhiku’s -eÄumhRisis not among the variants listed in the critical

edition.

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raj;Ry> pivÇaí prm< Ê>o-e;jimit, prmeñr - - - - - - - - - - - (prmeñriv;yebhb> s<zya>?) caSmak< siNt Atae=iol< vúyma[s<zy< -eÄumhRsITywR>, saepkr[äüiv;ye s<zym!p&CDiNt, ik»ar[imd< k«Tõ< kaeva s<srte 16 sda, kiSvdaTma 17 c ka mui> s<sar> ikiÚimÄk>. 26. k> s<sarytIzan> kaeva sv¡àpZyit, ik< tTprtr< äü sv¡naev…mhRis. 27. ik»ar[imit, Öa_yaimd< k«Tõ< mhdaidsv¡kay¡ikmakark< ik<Svêpk< ikmSy mUlkar[imit yavt!, twa kaeva s<srtesda, sda }anpyRNt< inrNtrmev dehaÎehaNtr< gCDit twaiSvTàî @kaTma Ahimit laekEVyRvhayaeR dehI jIvaTma twa tSy ka mui> ik< mue> Svêp< twa s<saraejNmmr[àvah> ikiÚimÄk> ySyaeÑedaTs<saraeÑedae-vet!, twa k $zan> àai[n> s<saryit twa kaeva sv¡àpZyit As<k…ict svRd> twa ik<tTàisÏ< prtr< inritzy< äüb&hTprmaTma AnNyaixpit>, #TyetTàîaòkm!, v…mupdeòumhRsITywR>, y*PyÇ tÅv}an< n p&ò< naip muOytStÅv}anmupidZyte zaEnka*Eí }anmev p&ò< sUtenaip }an< v…mhRsITyu< twaip ïeySyàîàitvcnEv (ïeySyàîàitvcnenEv?), tÅv}anSyaip àîàitvcneAwaRi]Ýe-vt> }ane }eySyEv ivze;Tvaidit, AÇ prtr äü[ @v muOyt> àî> ze;[aNtuäü[>

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- - - - - As<sairTvicNmaÇTvavxr[awRmev àî> Tv< ih tÖeTw prm< svR}ae-gvan&i;>, n ýNyaeiv*teveÄa Tvam&teprmeñrimit, pUvRvaKyt> kevl< prmeñrSyEv muOyt> àòVyTvavgmat!, tÖdaiols<sarÊ>onaznmuÄmm!, }an< äüEkiv;y< yen pZyem tTpdm!, }an< tdœäüiv;y< munIna< v…mhRis #it, äü}anSyEvaSya< dzaXyayamup³aNtTva½, At @v iÖtIyaXyayenadaEmuOyàîiv;y< äüEvaXyaraepapvada_ya< ivStrt %pdeúyit, ttí t&tIyaXyayeäü[> kòhrTvaidàitpadnaw¡àxanadejRgTkar[Tvaidk< s<]ept> àitpa* -Uyae-Uyae dzaXyayI smaiÝ< yavdœäüEv iv-UTyaidêpE}aRntTsaxnaidi-í àpÂiy:yte, At %p³maeps<hara_yasaidi-rSya $ñrgItaya äüEv muOyaeiv;yaevedaNtanaimveit SmtRVym!, ttí iz:y-avapÚana< ïÏaitzyjnnay naray[en y> Svmihma àdizRt> s %pv{yRte=Xyayze;e[, @vmuetumuny> àapZyNpué;aeÄmm!, ivhay taps< êp< s<iSwt< Sven tejsa. 28. @vmu#it muini-revmuesit taps< êp< tpiSvvez< ][adev ivhay Sven tejsa Avtairnaray[êpe[ vúyma[en s<iSwt< pué;aeÄm< xmRpuÇ<àapZyNSpòmpZyÚ tu]i[kimveTywR>, ivæajman< inmRl< 18 à-am{flmi{ftm!, v]>iïyav&t< 19 dev< tÝjaMbUndà-m!. 29.

18 ivmlimit pa0 , Vijñānabhiku’s variant is not among those listed in the critical edition.

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SvIy< êpmev ivv&[aeit saÏeRn ivæajmanimit dIPyman< inmRl< AaidTyaidvTà-am{flen dzidGVyaipna mi{ftml»¯t< tÝjaMbUndà-mi¶zuÏsuv[Rv[¡ iïya v]> SwlSwya Aav&t< Aaili¼t< àapZyiÚTyNvy>, zŒc³gdapai[< za¼RhSt< iïya v&tm!, n †òStT][adev nrStSyEv tejsa. 30. tdNtremhadev> zza»ai»tzeor>, àsadai-muoaeéÔ> àaÊrasINmheñr>. 31. Avtar-UtSy naray[Sy Avtairnaray[êpe[ iv-aRv< àdZyR z»ravtarSy nrSyaip Avtairz»rêpe[ xmRpuÇeCDya iv-aRv< dzRyit saÏeRn, n †ò #it, tSyEv ctu-uRjSy tejsa=i--vÚraen †ò> ikNtutdNtretiSmÚev nradzRnavsrenr @v éÔ> àaÊrasIt!, mha<íasaEdevíeit mhadev> àsadai-muo> àsadayanu¢ahayaeNmuo #it, @t½ nrnray[yae> SvSvSva-aivkêp¢h[< s<kLpmaÇe[ tyaerev zrIryae> pir[amaNtràaiÝmaÇm!, n÷;zrIrSy spaRkarpir[amvidit, inrIúy tejgÚaw< iÇneÇ< cNÔ-U;[m!, tuòuvuùRòmnsae-®ya t< prmeñrm!. 32. inrIúyeit, temunySt< z<kr< inrIúy ùòicÄa> àeml][-®ya tuòuvu>, jyeñr mhadev jy -Utpteizv,

19 ïIvTsv]simit pa0, Vijñānabhiku’s variant is not among those listed in the critical

edition.

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jyaze;muinïeó 20 tpsa=i-àpUijt. 33. jyeit, he$ñr Ai[maidsvRisiÏsMpÚ jy svaeRTk;eR[ vÄRSv, hemhadev àk«òdev jy he-Utpte-Utg[naw twaip izv prmkLya[êp Aze;muinïeó tapsEri-t> àpUijt tapsïeó jy, shömUÄeR ivñaTmn!jg*NÇàvÄRk, jyanNtjg¾NmÇa[s<harkark 21 . 34. shöeit, As<Oyavtar svaRTmk jgdaOySyaÑtyNÇSy àerk AnNtpirpU[Rjg¾NmaidÇykark jy, shöcr[ezan zM-aeyaegINÔviNdt, jyaiMbkaptedev nmSteprmeñr. 35. shöcr[ #it As<Oypad $zan AàithteCD zM-aekLya[àd yaegINÔE> à[imt jy, heAiMbkaya> pavRTya> ptedev mhanIl prmeñr $ñra[aimNÔadInampIñr nmSte=iSTvTywR>, s<Stutae-gvanIzSÈyMbkae-vTsl>, smail'œGy ù;Ikez< àah gM-Irya igra. 36. s<Stut #it, @v< muini-> sMykœStutae-gvanIzSÈyMbkae-vTslaeù;Ikez< iv:[um!smail<Gy gM-Irvcsa àah, ù;Ikezs<kLpenEvaiv-URtTvaÄmev pàCDeTywR>,

20 munIzaneit pa0 , Vijñānabhiku’s variant is not among those listed in the critical edition.

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ikmw¡pu{frIka] munINÔa äüvaidn>, smagta AÇ deze 22 ikÚukay¡myaCyut. 37. ikmwRimit, @temunINÔa> ikmwRmÇ dezesmagta> mm va ik»ÄRVymiSt ydwRSTvyahmaiv-aRivt #it àaheTyNvy>, Aak{yR tSy tÖaKy< devdevaejnadRn>, àah devaemhadev< àsadai-muo< iSwtm!. 38. Aak{yeRit sugm>, #meih munyaedev tpsa 23 ]I[kLm;a>, A_yagta ma< zr[< sMyGdzRnka<i][>. 39. yid àsÚae-gvaNmunIna< -aivtaTmnam!, siÚxaEmm tJ}an< idVy< v…imhahRis. 40. #mehIit, hedev ih ySmaidmemunyStpsa]I[papa }ana_yasaixkair[> sMyG}ankama> sNtaema< zr[m_yagta>, Ataeyid -aivtaTmna< tpsaidi-> s<Sk«ticÄana< munIna< -gvan!àsÚae=is tÄda mm siÚxaEidVymSmdaidi-rPyupaSy< àk«ò< }animh v…mhRsIit ÖyaerwR %-yaerekvaKytyaepidòeih }anïÏaitzy> iz:ya[a< -iv:ytITyazyen Svymnu®va mTsiÚxaETv< äUhITyum!, nNvhmev tÅvaepdezeinyu> kw< naNy #it tÇah,

22 #m< smagta dezimit pa0, Vijñānabhiku’s variant is not among those listed in the critical

edition

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