Sanskrit manuscript written in the Nagari script. The manuscript contains treaties on verbs and grammar.

Sanskrit, written in the Nagari script*. Both images with the title ‘Caṃ.dr.(?)’, Upper folio 1, treatise on verbs. Lower: colophon ‘Siddhāntacandrikā by Rāmāśrama-ācārya†. nn15459__002-R.jpg upper/lower: more on verbs. * The Nāgarī script is the ancestor of Devanagari and other variants, and was first used to write Prakrit and Sanskrit. It was in vogue from before the 10th century. † A medieval aphoristic work on Sanskrit grammar of the Sārasvata school (?).

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