Naishadhacarita, Naiṣadhacarita, Naishadha-carita: 3 definitions

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The Sanskrit term Naiṣadhacarita can be transliterated into English as Naisadhacarita or Naishadhacarita, using the IAST transliteration scheme (?).

Alternative spellings of this word include Naishadhacharita.

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Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Aufrecht Catalogus Catalogorum

1) Naiṣadhacarita (नैषधचरित) as mentioned in Aufrecht’s Catalogus Catalogorum:—or naiṣadhakāvya by Śrī Harsha. Jones. 408. [Mackenzie Collection] 101. Io. 1852 (1-11). W. p. 152. 153. Oxf. 118^b. 119. Paris. (B 121. 122. D 262. 263. 265. 274 and—[commentary]). L. 1506. Kh. Vi. 24. B. 2, 90. Report. Ix. Ben. 34. 36. 40. 41. Bik. 240. Tu7b. 12. Pheh. 5. Rādh. 21 (and—[commentary]). NW. 604. Np. 1, 54. Burnell. 155^a. Mysore. 7. Poona. 226. H. 66. 67. Taylor. 1, 194. 195. 296. 297. 299. 450. 456. 485. Oppert. 560. 650. 775. 1473. 1871. 1872. 2185. 2361. 2628. 3804. 3999. 4142. 4215. 4420. 5075. 6600. 7102. 7194. 7330. 7609. 8048. Ii, 145. 822. 944. 1095. 1334. 1412. 1764. 1934. 2133. 2158. 2187. 2335. 2635. 2727. 3057. 3185. 3339. 3683. 4037. 4690. 5624. 5681. 6317. 6630. 6673. 6915. 7259. 8258. 8742. 8875. 9047. 9161. 9468. Rice. 232. 244 (and—[commentary]). Bp. 302. Bühler 554.
—[commentary] Oppert. 1474.
—[commentary] by Rājānaka Ānanda. Report. X. W. 1543.
—[commentary] by Īśānadeva. B. 2, 90. P. 10. Bhr. 145.
—[commentary] by Udayanācārya (?). Oudh. Xiv, 28.
—[commentary] Harshahṛdaya by Gopīnātha. L. 1639.
—[commentary] by Caṇḍūpaṇḍita, written 1456/57. Ba. 8. 16.
—[commentary] by Cāritravardhana. B. 2, 90. Report. X. Lxiii.
—[commentary] by Jinarāja. Ind. Antiq. 1882, 252.
—[commentary] Naiṣadhīyaprakāśa by Narahari or Narasiṃha. L. 1506. B. 2, 92. Lahore. 4. Bhr. 146. Poona. 226. H. 67.
—[commentary] Naiṣadhaprakāśa by Nārāyaṇa. W. p. 153. Oxf. 119^b. L. 2104. Khn. 42. B. 2, 90. Ben. 34. 36. 39. Bik. 240. Pheh. 5. Rādh. 21. Oudh. Xiv, 28. Burnell. 156^a. Peters. 2, 189. Bp. 302. Bühler 554.
—[commentary] by Bhagīratha. Ben. 34. NW. 610.
—[commentary] by Bharatasena. Io. 227. Tu7b. 12.
—[commentary] by Bhavadatta. L. 2207.
—[commentary] by Mathurānātha Śukla. NW. 610.
—[commentary] Jīvātu by Mallinātha. Rādh. 21. Np. I, 56. Burnell. 155^b. Mysore. 7. Oppert. 1475. 1873. 1874. 2629. 6027. 8049. Ii, 146. 1496. 1687. 1765. 2602. 3684. 4313. 5682. 6774. 8259. 8876. Rice. 232. D 2. Bühler 554.
—[commentary] by Mahādeva Vidyāvāgīśa. Io. 381. Oppert. Ii, 8260 (Vāgīśa).
—[commentary] Bhāvadyotanikā by Rāmacandra Śeṣa, pupil of Śeṣa Nārāyaṇa. Oxf. 119^b. B. 2, 90. 92. Burnell. 156^a. Peters. 2, 189. Bp. 16. Bühler 554.
—[commentary] by Vaṃśīvadana Śarman. L. 1205.
—[commentary] by Vidyāraṇya Yogin. B. 2, 90. Report. Ix.
—[commentary] Padavākyārthapañjikā by Viśveśvarācārya. Burnell. 156^a. P. 10. Oppert. 2630. 6028. Older than Mallinātha who quotes him on 1, 5. 118.
—[commentary] by Śrīdatta. Sūcīpattra. 10.
—[commentary] Naiṣadhaprakāśa by Śrīnātha. L. 1942.
—[commentary] by Sadānanda. NW. 604. Np. I, 54.

Naiṣadhacarita has the following synonyms: Naiṣadhīyacarita.

2) Naiṣadhacarita (नैषधचरित):—by Śrīharsha. Ulwar 929. 930.
—[commentary] by Nārāyaṇa, son of Narasiṃha. Ulwar 930
—[commentary] by Premacandra Nyāyaratna, son of Rāmanārāyaṇa. Ulwar 929 (Pūrvārdha).

3) Naiṣadhacarita (नैषधचरित):—by Śrīharsha. Ak 515 (inc.). As p. 96 (3 Mss. The third contains Pūrvārdha). Bc 362 (and C.). 521 (sarga 1). Bd. 499 (11 sargāḥ). Hr. Notices Vol. Xi, Pref. p. 8 (1-11). Hz. 833 (1-8). 1148 a (1-22). b (1-11). Io. 1353. 1852 (1-11). 1955 (1-10). 2101 (1-8). 2534 (1. 2.). 2647. 2825 (1). 3207. 3208. L.. 393 (inc. 1-11). 394 (6, 106 up the end). 395 (inc. 1, 21 till 22, 136). 396 (12, 1 till 18, 149 and 19, 19-30). C. Io. 715 (22, 38-150). C. Manohāriṇī by Udayakara. Hz. Notices Vol. Xi, Pref. p. 4. C. Naiṣadhadīpikā by Narahari, son of Svayambhū. Hr. Notices Vol. Xi, Pref. p. 8. Io. 1955. C. Naiṣadhaprakāśa by Nārāyaṇa Vedarkar, son of Narasiṃha. As p. 96 (2 Mss. the second Uttarārdha). Bd. 500. Io. 960-962. 2534 (1. 2). 3207. 3208. L.. 397 (1-10). 398 (1. 2). C. by Paramānanda Cakravartin. Io. 3207. 3208 (till 4, 94). C. Anvayabodhikā by Premendra Nyāyaratna. Hpr. 1, 212. C. Subodhā by Bharatasena. As p. 96 (1-11). Io. 227 (1-11). 3207. 3208. C. Sārasarasvatī by Bhavadatta. As p. 96 (Uttarārdha). Io. 3207. 3208. C. by Mallinātha. Bc 521 (sarga 1). Hz. 833 (1-3. 5). 1148 (1-11). Śg. 2, 103 (inc.). C. by Mahādeva Śarman. Io. 381 (1-11). C. by Rāmacandra Śeṣa. Bd. 416 (3-9). C. Padavākyārthapañcikā by Viśveśvara Sūri. Hz. 1150 (12-19). C. by Śrīvatsa, son of Narasiṃha. Io. 1284 (1 till 4, 55).

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

Naiṣadhacarita (नैषधचरित):—[=naiṣadha-carita] [from naiṣadha] n. = [preceding] n.

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