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Must have lived in the 15th century or earlier, for the single verse attributed to the author is quoted in VS. VS. One verse. VS 145 (a. Prabhiikarananda or Prabhakaranandana), 69 H I J The name of the author is given in some MSs of VS as Prabhakarananda and in othe Prabhakaranandana. CC I 353 (a. Prabhiikaranandana), VS 60, SACA 851. The verse is quoted in VS only and does not occur in other anthologies. ~~~Ii ~RABHAKARABHATTA(v. PRABHA ~1 Of\t af( i ~~or) PRABHAKARADATTA: PRABHAKA E F G (Nos.
V. Kav p. l. 4(135); (54)BhPr 141 (a. BaI}akavl); (55) lS 217,28, SP 3857, (v. p. 12 (a. 3; (58) SP 160, VS 138, (v. AP 52, Kav p. 1() (a. Vyasa), SH 966; 161 * (a. Vyasa), IS 4957, (v. AP 56, Kav p. ;~, 59, J. Brough, Poems from the Sanskrit 138; (60) SkY 56, Skm [(B) 11; (PaS) . 1], (v. Kav p. 11 an. , (v. Kav p. 1], SkY 1565t (a. Bhavabhiiti), (v. Kav p. 4 a. 4] (a. , (v. 2, BhPr 230; (67) SH 451 (v. P. Peterson's Second Report, Bombay 1884, p. 64, Kav p. 57); (68) VS 632, (v. Kav p. , (v.
1 is only in VS attributed to the author; in SRHt and SSSN it is attributed. to Bhallata (but could not be traced to any known Bhallata's work) and in Skm it is" attributed to Madhukiita, In SkY and Prasanna it is quoted anonymously, as well as in alamkdra-wotss, some as early as KavR, Sar and KH. This verse must have been a popular one. The second verse is quoted in VS only and does not occur in other anthologies. Gnomic verse on greatness. H I J PRAKASA YADAVA v. YADAVA - sMS 9737, (a. Album Kern p.
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