Brahmasutranuvyakhyana, Brahmasūtrānuvyākhyāna: 2 definitions

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Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Aufrecht Catalogus Catalogorum

1) Brahmasūtrānuvyākhyāna (ब्रह्मसूत्रानुव्याख्यान) as mentioned in Aufrecht’s Catalogus Catalogorum:—by Ānandatīrtha. Burnell. 102^a. Bhr. 709. p. 207. Oppert. Ii, 892. 4461. 6042. Rice. 132. 134.
—[commentary] Anuvyākhyānanyāyavivaraṇa by Ānandatīrtha. B. 4, 64. Burnell. 102^b. See Nyāyavivaraṇa.
—[commentary] Pañjikā by Jayatīrtha. Burnell. 102^b.
—[sub-commentary] Brahmasūtrānuvyākhyānanyāyasambandhadīpikā. Burnell. 102^b.
—[sub-commentary] Nyāyasudhā by Jayatīrtha. Hall. p. 113. K. 136. Oudh. Xvi, 124. Burnell. 102^a. Bhr. 695. Oppert. 8058. Ii, 149. 297. 905. 1258. 4377. 4438. 6178. 7932. 9825. 10237. Rice. 134. 150. 186. C
—[sub-commentary] by Yadupati. K. 136. Bik. 559. Burnell. 102^b. Oppert. Ii, 298. 4615. Rice. 166. C
—[sub-commentary] by Śrīnivāsatīrtha. Rice. 182. 186.

2) Brahmasūtrānuvyākhyāna (ब्रह्मसूत्रानुव्याख्यान):—C
—[sub-commentary] by Rāghavendra Svāmin. Rice. 154.

3) Brahmasūtrānuvyākhyāna (ब्रह्मसूत्रानुव्याख्यान):—by Ānandatīrtha.
—[commentary] Nyāyasudhā by Jayatīrtha. Rgb. 674 (2-4). 675 (3. 4).
—[sub-commentary] by Nārāyaṇa. Rgb. 678 (inc.).
—[sub-commentary] by Yadupati. Rgb. 676. 677 (inc.).
—[sub-commentary] Vākyārthacandrikā by Vidyādhīśa Yati. Rgb. 679 (inc.).

4) Brahmasūtrānuvyākhyāna (ब्रह्मसूत्रानुव्याख्यान):—by Ānandatīrtha. C. Nyāyasudhā by Jayatīrtha. As p. 199 (2 Mss.). Bc 478. Cc. by Yadupati. Bc 329-331 (inc.).

Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary

Brahmasūtrānuvyākhyāna (ब्रह्मसूत्रानुव्याख्यान):—[=brahma-sūtrānuvyākhyāna] [from brahma-sūtra > brahma > brahman] n. Name of Comm. on the Br°

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