By Haribhaṭṭa, Michael Hahn
"The current editio minor of ten legends from Haribhaṭṭa's Jātakamālā is intended to serve a twofold goal. First, in its shorter and no more bold from of presentation, its rate of construction could be average and ...may achieve a much broader readership. Secondly, even though aesthetically much less enjoyable than Devanagari, the Romanized model will surely be more uncomplicated to learn for all non-Indian enthusiasts of the Sanskrit kavya literature. Contents: creation, the Sanskrit textual content, index of verses, index of verses of the Śākyasiṃhajātaka. chosen version readings. Prefatory topic (50 p.) in English; textual content in romanized Sanskrit.
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The earliest known examples of a full-fledged rhyme in Sanskrit literature are, of course, Jayadeva's Gltagovinda and, in the field of Buddhist literature, the 25 stanzas of Carpati's Avalokitesvarastotra which is available not only in its Sanskrit original42 but also in three independent Tibetan translations. In this hymn the rhyme is not coincidental as in the case of the stanzas quoted from Haribhatta's Jatakalnala but a deliberate structural principle which is used throughout. , since the oldest among the three Tibetan translations was done at that time.
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5H The range of the primary and secondary literature relating to this topic is so vast that it is impossible to give all the necessary bibliographic references in the context of this publication. Introduction 41 Some of the features of early campu literature have been discussed by authors like J. S. SPEYER,59 A. K. WARDER,60 K. KLAUS/M. HAHN,61 Ratna BASU62 and myself. 63 As a rule, all these authors give only a few stray remarks on the distribution of prose and verse and their respective function.
Haribhaṭṭa in Nepal: Ten Legends from his Jātakamālā and the Anonymous Śākyasiṃhajātaka by Haribhaṭṭa, Michael Hahn