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VIS. N. ) PRACODAY AT ¯ ¯ ¯ DEVAD ANAV ADHIPATI MAH APURUS ˜ a. ¯ The four . A NAMO STU TE pancabrahm ´ Brahmas after the first are evidently modelled on the Saiva Brahmas in the ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ order (1) Vamadeva (V AMADEV AYA NAMO JYES. T H AYA NAMO RUDR AYA NAMAH . ¯ AYA ¯ ¯ ¯ K AL NAMAH KALAVIKARAN AYA NAMO BALAVIKARAN AYA NAMO BALAPRA . . ¯ ¯ ¯ ¯ MATHAN AYA NAMAH AYA NAMO MANONMAN AYA NAMAH . SARVABH UTADAMAN . ), (2) Aghora (AGHOREBHYO ’ THA GHOREBHYO GHORAGHORATAREBHYA S´ CA SARVATAH. ´ ARVA SARVEBHYO NAMAS TE RUDRAR UPEBHYAH ¯ ¯ S .

Exposure 10a3–5: kalany ¯ asam ¯ . n ˜ a¯ | avidhi kaya ¯ . a¯ mati jnay tata ¯ ca bhraman ¯ ¯ . tyu jvarabhaya¯ . tha¯ ca | s´ anti ¯ vidya¯ tathaiva ca | tara¯ sutar ¯ a¯ taran ¯ . ¯ı tarayanti svataran ¯ . tatrin´ ˙ sa*kalopeta (em. ) ac ¯ aryah ¯ *samud ahr ¯ . tah . . (corr. : samudahr ¯ . tah ¯ . ). 53–59b (/Svacchandalalitabhairava IFI T. 507, p. 26–34. with different kalah ¯ . of I´ I am aware of no reference to the Spandaprad¯ıpika¯ or its author in any dated work. It is not possible, therefore, to fix a date before which this work must have been written, at least not a date earlier than that of its manuscripts.

Apanal¯ . akamadeva: 85 years and 6 months. He donated eleven ˙ [metal Linga] sheaths to Lord Pa´supati. ), built a long rest-house and a golden water conduit, and performed a firesacrifice with ten million oblations’. King Udayadeva: 6 years; King Nirbhayadeva 5 years . . ’; cf. Gopalar ¯ ajavam ¯ ¯ ı f. a 85 . s´ aval¯ . a sam ¯ . arak ¯ aya ¯ tamrasam ¯ khal asam ¯ ch adanam ¯ kr t a ¯ | tatraiva d¯ ı rghacop ah¯ ¯ ı . . tah ¯ . ]tah ¯ . ihoma purn ¯ . tam. The word s´ am . apanal¯ . al¯ı (=´sam ¯ is evidently for Skt.

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