Satyashadha hiranyakeshin, Satyāṣāḍha hiraṇyakeśin: 1 definition

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Source: Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Aufrecht Catalogus Catalogorum

Satyāṣāḍha hiraṇyakeśin (सत्याषाढ हिरण्यकेशिन्) as mentioned in Aufrecht’s Catalogus Catalogorum:—q. v.

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Satyāṣāḍha hiraṇyakeśin (सत्याषाढ हिरण्यकेशिन्):—1) Śrautasūtra. Zmg. 22, 318. L. 1375 ([fragmentary]). 1473 (Rājasūya). B. 1, 96. Ben. 13. 15. Bik. 124 ([fragmentary]). Haug. 19. 50. Np. Vi, 10. Vii, 10 ([fragmentary]). P. 24. Oppert. Ii, 4383. Bu7hler 553.
—[commentary] Io. 1671. Haug. 51. Np. V, 150. Bu7hler 539.
—[commentary] Jyotsnā by Gopīnātha Bhaṭṭa. L. 1505. Np. Vi, 8.
—[commentary] Ujjvalā by Mahādeva Dīkṣita. Zmg. 22, 318. P. 24.
—[commentary] Prayogaratna by Mahādeva Somayājin. L. 160. B. 1, 242 (Hiraṇyakeśisūtrānusāriprayoga). Bp. 289 (Darśapūrṇamāsaprāyaścitta). 290 (Agnihotraprāyaścitta).
—[commentary] Prayogavaijayantī by Mahādeva, son of Somanātha. Oxf. 364^b. Ben. 5. Haug. 19. NW. 16. Np. Ii, 4. Iii, 94. Vi, 10. Viii, 2.
—[commentary] Mantramālā by Mātṛdatta. Khn. 10. Np. Viii, 2. W. 1454 ([fragmentary]).
—[commentary] by Vāñcheśvara. ‘Composed about 1800’. Khn. 10. Burnell. 21^a. Bu7hler 553. 2) Gṛhyasūtra. B. 1, 194. Oudh. Iii, 8. Xix, 32. Sb. 100. Bu7hler 539.
—[commentary] by Mātṛdatta. Haug. 23. Bu7hler 539. 3) Dharmasūtra. Zmg. 22, 318. Bu7hler 545. 553. Sb. 100.
—[commentary] Ujjvalā by Mahādeva. Np. Viii, 2. Bu7hler 545. 553. Āgrayaṇaprayoga. Haug. 34. Ādhāna. Poona. Ii, 30. Āptoryāmaprayoga. Haug. 49. Cayanaprayoga. Haug. 33. Cāturmāsyaprayoga. Kh. 61. Jyotiṣṭomaprayoga. Haug. 34. Darśapūrṇamāsaprayoga. Haug. 33. 45. 49. Pitṛmedhasūtra. Burnell. 21^a. Pravaryyaprayoga. Haug. 34. Prāyaścittaprayoga. Kh. 61. B. 1, 196. Haug. 46. Sb. 93. Vājapeyaprayoga. Haug. 49. Somaprayoga. Haug. 34. 49.

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Satyāṣāḍha hiraṇyakeśin (सत्याषाढ हिरण्यकेशिन्):—1. Śrautasūtra. Cu. add 1827.
—[commentary] Prayogavaijayantī by Mahādeva, son of Nārāyaṇa. L. 4212 (Paśupraśna). 2. Gṛhyasūtra. Gb. 5.
—[commentary] Prayogavaijayantī by Mahādeva. Haug. 37.

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