Jyotisharatnamala, Jyotiṣaratnamālā, Jyotisha-ratnamala: 2 definitions

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The Sanskrit term Jyotiṣaratnamālā can be transliterated into English as Jyotisaratnamala or Jyotisharatnamala, using the IAST transliteration scheme (?).

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Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Aufrecht Catalogus Catalogorum

1) Jyotiṣaratnamālā (ज्योतिषरत्नमाला) as mentioned in Aufrecht’s Catalogus Catalogorum:—often called ratnamālā. Paris. (B 188). Rādh. 34.
—by Śrīpati. [Mackenzie Collection] 128. Io. 2041. Oxf. 331^b. Cambr. 65. Paris. (D 20 b). L. 1426. K. 238. Kh. 74. B. 4, 140. 184 (and—[commentary]). Report. Xxxiv. Ben. 24. 31. Bik. 305. 306. NW. 544. 556. Oudh. Xix, 66. Np. Vii, 36. Burnell. 77^b. Bh. 36. P. 14. Bhr. 316. Poona. 318. Jac. 697. H. 289. 290. Oppert. 7958. Ii, 5019. Rice. 34. Bp. 272. Quoted by Raghunandana and Kamalākara.
—[commentary] Mahābhāṣya. B. 4, 184.
—[commentary] by Śrīpati. B. 4, 184.
—[commentary] by Umāpati. NW. 574.
—[commentary] by Kṛṣṇa Daivajña. B. 4, 198.
—[commentary] by Paṇḍitavaidya (?). Bp. 272.
—[commentary] Bālabodhinī by Paramakāraṇa. Bik. 306.
—[commentary] by Mahādeva. Kh. 74. B. 4, 184. Report. Xxxiv. P. 14. Bhr. 316. With notes by his father Lūṇiga Oudh. Iv, 13.
—[commentary] by Mādhava. B. 4, 198. NW. 526 (ms. of 1352). Np. I, 154.
—[commentary] by Raghunātha. B. 4, 198.
—[commentary] by Vaidyanātha. B. 4, 184.

2) Jyotiṣaratnamālā (ज्योतिषरत्नमाला):—add Bik. 447.

3) Jyotiṣaratnamālā (ज्योतिषरत्नमाला):—an extract from the Ratnakośa, by Śrīpati. Cu. add. 1636. Fl. 263. 264. Io. 2041. 2119. 2426. Oudh. Xx, 118. Xxi, 82. Peters. 4, 34. Rgb. 817. Stein 162.
—[commentary] by Mahādeva, son of Lūṇiga. Io. 2119 Oudh. Xxi, 82. Xxii, 76. Stein 162. Weber 2232.
—[commentary] by Vaidyanātha. Rgb. 817.

4) Jyotiṣaratnamālā (ज्योतिषरत्नमाला):—by Śrīpati. Ulwar 1792.
—[commentary] by Caturbhuja Miśra. Ulwar 1793. Extr. 497.
—[commentary] by Mahādeva, son of Lūṇiga. Ulwar 1794.

5) Jyotiṣaratnamālā (ज्योतिषरत्नमाला):—by Śrīpati, son of Nāgadeva. As p. 70 (4 Mss.). L.. 1009-1011. Peters. 5, 508. Tb. 179. C. Gautamī by Mahādeva, son of Lūniga. Peters. 5, 508. Tb. 179. 180 ([fragmentary]).

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

Jyotiṣaratnamālā (ज्योतिषरत्नमाला):—[=jyotiṣa-ratna-mālā] [from jyotiṣa > jyut] f. another work on [astronomy]

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