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268) sobriquet of an unknown author taken from No. 260); Ladahacandra (No. 262); Lilacandra (No. 262); Vakkuta (No. 1397) probably sobriquet of an unknown author Vakpatirajafdeva) (No. 1401) epithet of king Mufija; Vagvina (No. 1407) sobriquet of an unknown poet taken from No. 260); Vartik~~ra (No. 1430) designation of an unknown author or a commentary; Kumanla was also known as Vartikakara or Varttika; sometimes identified with Vararuci; Varttika (No. 1431) (see Vartikakara); Vikatanitamba (No.
G. those included in BhPr. 3). 106 Not counting 21 verses attributed to Kalidasa in BhPr. g. garatilaka and the Ghatakarpara. D. 1205, one verse (No. 1) was culled from the Srngaratilaka (2); this verse was, however, attributed not to Kalidasa, but to lndrasiva (No. 106), an otherwise unknown author. garatilaka. Also one verse from the Ghatakarpara-kavya (No. 1) is not attributed in SG. to Kiilidasa , bu t to Ghatakarpara, the probable author of this kdvya (see also fn. 27). Although the attributions are ~ften erroneous, they often indicate that at the time when the respective anthologies were composed, the two kiivya-works were generally believed as having been written by Indrasiva and Ghatakarpara respectively.
482) probably sobriquet of an inscription author of Kadamba Vijayaditya; Jalacandra (No. 262); Jalamanusirudra (No. 516) sobriquet of Malavarudra taken from No. 3d; Tapasvin I, II (Nos. 552-3) probably designation of an ascetic and not the real name of the author; Tamara/sa) (No. 558), day-lotus, probably sobriquet or a title of a work of an unknown poet; Tilacandra (No. 262); Tutatita (No. 566) a tattler, probably sobriquet of an unknown author; Turuskaraja (No. 567) designation of a "Turkish king"; Tho Aka, Tho Ananda see Ci Aka (No.
A descriptive catalogue of poets quoted in Sanskrit anthologies and inscriptions: Volume 1. Aṃśudhara-Dhoyī by Ludwik Sternbach