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14: Śakvarī [caturdaśākṣarā] V, S: Atha Śakvaryām.01

[Asaṁbādhā]

−−−−−,⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑−−−
mtau nsau gāvakṣagrahaviratir-asaṁbādhā || 133 ||

[Aparājitā]

⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑−,⏑−⏑⏑−⏑−
nanarasalaghugaiḥ svarair-aparājitā || 134 ||

[Praharaṇakalitā]

⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑−(,)⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑−
nanabhanalag-iti V, P, Dh -laghugaiḥ; P has fn: -lag-iti. Vutt. reads: Nanabhanalag-itippaharaṇakalitā.02 praharaṇakalitā S, V, P fn: -kalikā. ChŚā reads: -kalitā.03 || 135 ||

[Vasantatilakā]

−−⏑−⏑⏑⏑−⏑⏑−⏑−−,
uktā vasantatilakā S: uktaṁ vasantatilakaṁ.04 tabhajā jagau gaḥ || 136 ||

[Siṁhonnata]

−−⏑−⏑⏑⏑−⏑⏑−⏑−−,
siṁhonnateyam-uditā S: siṁhonatetigaditā; P fn: siṁhoddhatā.05 munikāśyapena It will be noted that this and the following metre agree in form with Vasantatilakā, according to Kaśyapa the name should be Siṁhonnata; and according to Saitava it should be Uddharṣiṇī. These variant names are already noted in ChŚā. The footnote contains a further name for the metre: Madhumādhavī, saying that this name was given by the Nāga, which usually means Piṅgalānāga, but there is no metre of that name in ChŚā. The name Vasantatilakā is the name normally in use now. 06 || 137 ||

[Uddharṣiṇī]

−−⏑−⏑⏑⏑−⏑⏑−⏑−−,
uddharṣiṇīyam-uditā Dh: uddharṣiṇīti gaditā munisaitavena; P fn: uddharṣiṇīti gaditā kila.07 munisaitavena S has this line as a footnote only.08 || 138 || Dh, S fn: rāmeṇa seyam-uditā madhumādhavīti (P fn: nāgena saiva gaditā madhumādhavīti) [Madhumādhavī, −−⏑−⏑⏑⏑−⏑⏑−⏑−−].

P, V, S: induvadanā bhajasanaiḥ saguruyugmaiḥ [Indu, −⏑⏑⏑−⏑⏑⏑−⏑⏑⏑−−]; ChŚā: Varasundarī.

P, V, S: dviḥsaptacchidalolā msau mbhau gau caraṇe cet [Alolā, −−−⏑⏑−−,−−−⏑⏑−−].

P fn: sajasā ylagāś-ca vasudhā sapañcagrahaiḥ [Vasudhā, ⏑⏑−⏑−,⏑⏑⏑−⏑−−⏑−].

P fn: yugadigbhiḥ kuṭilam-iti matasthau nyau gau [Kuṭilā, ⏑⏑−−,⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑,−−−−]; ChŚā has a metre of this name, but the structure is different. The definition of the rule doesn't fit the example here. ChŚā gives the rule as: kuṭilā mbhau nyau gau vedarasasamudrāḥ.

P fn: najabhajalag-yutā dhtiriyaṁ kathitā [Dhti, ⏑⏑⏑⏑−⏑−⏑⏑⏑−⏑⏑−].

P fn: mbhau nyau gau cej-jaladhidaśa ca haṁsaśyenī [Haṁsaśyenī, −−−−,⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑,−−−−]; ChŚā has a metre with this structure, but calls it Kuṭilā, cf. above.

P fn: mbhau nyau lgau ced-bhavati jagati candrautasaḥ [Candrautasa ?, −−−−⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑−−⏑−].

P fn: devaravaratanu bhanananalaghugaiḥ [Devaravaratanu ?, −⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑−].

P fn: mastono mo gau yadi gaditā vāsantīyam [Vāsantī, −−−−−⏑⏑⏑⏑−−−−−].

P fn: nanatatagayutaiḥ saptabhir-vavasantaḥ [Vavasanta, ⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑⏑−,−⏑−⏑⏑−−]; The definition of the rule doesn't fit the example here. I have been unable to find the metre listed anywhere else to check the description, but to fit the example we need to read: nanatabha- .
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