Rasika-priyä


Rasika-priyä
title of a book
a commentary on Gīta-govinda by Kumbhakarṇa. Manuscripts of the commentary are found throughout northern India. A microfilm copy of a Devanagari manuscript of the commentary, dated saṁvat 1619, found in the library of Harvard University (no.1577). The Rasika-priyā of Kumbhakarṇa, printed with Śaṅkara Miśra’s Rasa-mañjarī in the edition of Telang and Panshikar (Bombay: Nirṇayasāgara Press, 1899).

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