Narapatijayacarya, Narapatijayacaryā: 2 definitions

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Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Aufrecht Catalogus Catalogorum

1) Narapatijayacaryā (नरपतिजयचर्या) as mentioned in Aufrecht’s Catalogus Catalogorum:—on divination from sounds, etc. composed at Aṇahilapaṭṭana in 1176 by Narapati. [Mackenzie Collection] 138. Io. 744. Cambr. 68. Oxf. 399^b (extracts). L. 1093. K. 230. Kh. 21. B. 4, 150. Report. Xxxv. Ben. 27. Pheh. 10 (and—[commentary]). Rādh. 34. Oudh. Xiv, 116. Xix, 136. Burnell. 80^b. P. 14. Bhk. 36. Bhr. 331. p. 220. Poona. 322. H. 297. 298. Peters. 2, 193. W. 1744. Frag- ments of this work are: Śakunaśāstra Bik. 321, Śṛgālaśakuna Bik. 338. Quoted by Raghunandana.
—[commentary] Jayalakṣmī by Narapati. L. 1816. 1947. K. 226. Bik. 341. Rādh. 34. Np. V, 4. Peters. 2, 193.
—[commentary] by Narahari, son of Narasiṃha. [Mackenzie Collection] 138. L. 2381. K. 230. Pheh. 10. Rādh. 34. Oudh. Iii, 22. P. 14.
—[commentary] Mañjarī by Bhūdhara. L. 2097.
—[commentary] by Rāmanātha. NW. 552.

Narapatijayacaryā has the following synonyms: Svarodaya.

2) Narapatijayacaryā (नरपतिजयचर्या):—by Narapati. Cu. add. 1679. 2390. Io. 744. 745. 936. 1043. 1984. 2297. 2445. Oudh. Xx, 138. Peters. 4, 35. Stein 164. Fragments of it are: Pañcapakṣinirūpaṇa Peters. 4, 35. Sarvatobhadracakra, with a
—[commentary] Jayavilāsa by Gokulanātha Io. 2701.
—[commentary] Jayalakṣmī by Narapati. This is the
—[commentary] by Harivaṃśa.
—[commentary] by Narahari. Stein 164 ([fragmentary]).
—[commentary] Jayalakṣmī by Harivaṃśa Pāṭhaka. Oudh. Xx, 140. Peters. 2, 193. 4, 35. Stein 164.

Narapatijayacaryā has the following synonyms: Svarodaya.

3) Narapatijayacaryā (नरपतिजयचर्या):—by Narapati, son of Āmradeva. Ulwar 1818.
—[commentary] by Narahari, son of Narasiṃha. Ulwar 1820.
—[commentary] Jayalakṣmī by Harivaṃśa Pāṭhaka. Ulwar 1819. Narapatijayacaryāyāṃ Saptanāḍīkacakra. Ulwar 1990.

4) Narapatijayacaryā (नरपतिजयचर्या):—[tantric] in 7 chapters, by Narapati, son of Āmradeva. As p. 88. Jl. (2 Mss., the second contains only the Svarabalodaya Ch. 2). L.. 1158 (1-5). 1159. 1160 (1-4). Peters. 5, 483. Śg. 2, 188 (1-4). C. Jayalakṣmī by Mahādeva, son of Pāṭhaka Harivaṃśa. L.. 1160 (1-4). C. Jayalakṣmī by Harivaṃśa Pāṭhaka. Ak 861. Bd. 824. Narapaticaryāyāṃ Sarvatobhadracakram. Peters. 5, 484 (and C.).

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

Narapatijayacaryā (नरपतिजयचर्या):—[=nara-pati-jaya-caryā] [from nara-pati > nara] f. Name of [work]

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