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There is an English translation by P. C. SENGUPTA, Calcutta 1934. 118 F. I. HADDAD, E. S. KENNEDY, and D. PINGREE, The Book of the Reasons behind Astronomical Tables, Aleppo, sec. 4, and D. PINGREE, The Scholar and the Saint, p. 79, fn. 13. us D. PINGREE, The Scholar and the Saint, p. 79, fn. 14. 120 CESS A4. 121 CESS A l , 50a—50b, and A2, 15a—15b. 122 SATE 175—176. 123 CESS A4. 34 David Pingree • Jyotihsastra manasa, whose epoch is 9 March 932, is now lost except for some fragments; but we still possess the Laghumanasa,124 which Munjala composed later at Prakaga on the Tap!
Its epoch is 5 March 1619, the beginning oidhruvdnka 9; it is mean linear. Written in Gujarat. There is an uddharana by Yadava, in which the example is for 9 December 1663. 11. The Khecaras"ighrasiddhi or GrahasaranI193 of Gangadhara,194 also belonging to the Ganesapaksa. Its epoch is 1 March 1630, the beginning of dhruvanka 10; it is mean linear. I t includes tables for computing eclipses. Written at Kasl. 12. The Graha vidyadhara195 of Vidyadhara. The tables themselves are not preserved, but Vidyadhara states that they belonged to the Brahmapaksa.
3* who also wrote in West India an Aryatulya based on the A in 1417 and a Suryatulya based on the SS; and there are undated commentaries by Amaresa135 (Vyakhyana) in Karnatakl; by Govinda136 (Vivarana or Vivrti) on the first two adhikdras; by S"rmivasa Yajvan (Karanaprakasaprabha); and by Sampatkumara (Vyakhya). Both the manuscripts of the K P and its commentators come predominantly from South and West India, and especially from Mysore and Maharastra. Satananda composed the Bhasvatl,137 a karana following the Ardharatrikapaksa, allegedly at Purusottama (Puri in Orissa), in 1099.