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ANDNRA MAHABHARATAMU

CRITICAL EDITION
Vol.

Adi and Sabha Parvas

391

ANDHRA MAHABHARATAMU
(Critically edited for the first time)

Editorial

Board

PROF, K. LAKSHMI

RANJANAM

(Chairman]

PROF. D. VENKATAVADHAKI

Advisory Board

RALLAPALLI ANANTAKRISHNA SARMA VEMPARALA STJRYANARAYANA SASTRY DEEPALA PITGHAIAH SASTRY

Published
the

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of

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Govt.

Andhra Pradesh by the Department Osmania University, Hyderabad-(India).


1968.

Telugu,

ANDHRA MAHABHARATAMU
(Adi and Sab ha

Paw as]

Vol.

I.

Critically
Prof* *IL Prof.

Edited by

Latshmi Ranjanam.

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Dr.

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Rama

Raju*

D; Vcnkatavadhani.
N. Vcakata Rao.
B. Lakshminarayana

Dr. P,

Madhava Sarma,

Prof.

M* Kulasckhara Rao.

Pro

Rao

Shri A- Rajeswara Sarma.

Dr. P. Durgaiah.

Dr. K. V. Rarnakoti Sastry.

TELUGU DEPARTMENT
Osmania University Hyderabad (India)
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CONTENTS
Page
Benedictory Sloka of Nannaya Bhattu written in the hand of Dr. Sarvepalle Radhakrishna, Former ' President of Indian Republic
.
.

Foreword

Dr. D> S. Reddi, Vice-Chancellor

Introduction (English)
Prof.

K. Lakshmi Ranjanam
Prof.

Upodghatamu

D. Venkatavadhani
.

81-158
159
1-725

Vishayasuchika of the Text

Text of Andhra Mahabharata


Firsdine Index of the Text
.

726-769 769-777

Appendix

I.

Printed editions
List of

Appendix
scripts

II.

Donors of palrnleaf manueditions


,

and printed

777-780

written in the hand of Benedictory sloka of NannayB Bhattu Dr. Sarvepalle Radhakrishna, former President of India.

FOREWORD
On
sity.,

it

the happy occasion of the Golden. Jubilee of this Univergives me great pleasure and satisfaction to introduce to
first

the scholarly world the critically edited by the


of Telugu,

volume of the Andhra M'ahabharata,


the staff of the Department

members of

Osmania

University.
i

The Mahabharata
a perfect

is

one of the greatest epics

of the world,

human document, and a store-house of knowledge and wisdom. The Andhra Mahabharata, which is a free translation
of the Sanskrit original, has special appeal to Telugu scholars, being the first work of literature in Telugu and a masterpiece

critical

the Telugu classics. The present edition is based on a a of number of palm-leaf manuscripts, collectstudy large ed from different parts of the State and edited by a team of

among

competent scholars
I

in

Telugu.

take this opportunity to thank the Government of India and the Andhra Pradesh Government for having provided funds for the preparation and publication of this work. I congratulate
all the editors and their colleagues on their collaborative and successful scholarly Venture. I hope they will strive to bring out

the remaining volumes in quick succession,

Hyderabad
iQth September, 1968

D,

S.

REDDI

Vice-Chancellor

Osnwnia

University.

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CRITICAL EDITION
OF

ANDHRA MAHABHARATAMU
PREFACE
Mahabharata Project, sincere pleasure in presenting to the Assemblies of learned men of Andhra the I Volume consisting of Adi and Sabha Parvas, of the Critical Edition of Telugu Bharatam, Nannaya Bhattu, the first great poet of Andhra,
Editorial

THE

Board of the Andhra

Osmania University has

the first architect of Telugu Bharatam pays homage to the cc assemblies of wise men. and calls them the lotus lakes of good men." (Stf^otftf Stf&Stfowoe) ;5jotfo ^tftfo fr$c&r*&. ^^s'S" 1-1-24).

Another Telugu poet Ketana seems to say what the wise men smile upon is blessed. What they frown upon is irretrievably lost. Obeisance to the wise who are next only to the Gods.

ANDHRAS AND MAHABHARATA


Mahabharata
feel
is

the same.
1

They

a national epic of India. Andhras also not only feel the Mahabharata but they
Adi Parva,
to
1st

1-1-24 represents

Aswasa, Verse 24.

Future
thus.

References

Andhra Mahabharata may be understood

391

live

Witness the great battle of Palnadu of the 12th The heroes of Palnadu (Guntur District) reenacted the episodes of Mahabharata in a quaint manner. The battle of Palnadu is a fight among cousins like the epic war. The Pandavas and Kauravas quarrelled over the dice.
the epic.

Century A,D.

The
is

There Palnati heroes fell out over an exciting cock-fight. manda-potu (seizure of the herds) in the story of Palnadu to match the Ghoshayatra and Gograhana incidents in the anc ent The greatest among the heroes of Palnadu mighty Si am epic. Brahmanayudu is hailed as Palnati Vishnu. The Kr dabhiramamu, a \vork of the early 15th Century mentions that in the city of Orugallu (Warangal) there was a temple for Pandavas. indicated Worship or Veneration for the Pandava hero Arjuna is " 4-3_98 -sr**& in his sutra Panini by Worship
' l

"S-s^g^^gSo^rAndhra. Heroes of Palnadu come under this category. The practice to set up stone images called for mighty fighters, was much Vira-gallulu (hero-stones) in the middle Andhra during ages. prevalent
of warriors
is

common

in

The story of Mahabharata became so much an integral art of our national life that numerous Telugu proverbs are " ased on it. 1 If you like to hear a story listen to Bharata,
(a preparation of Udad) (a veritable in Saucha Gangeya (Bhishnia in uryodhana self-respect); of a title of is favourite purity many a Telugu King character) and Chieftain in the inscriptions. Uttarakumara prajnalu
f
tasteful dish eat Garelu
;

you want a

harata

without

Kama,
*

Mana Duryodhana

a saying He blocked my path like Do I not know Saindhava;" An Evil genius like Sakuni. the Pandavas they are four in number like the four legs of the a humorous observation. Many more can be cited. It cot is not only the common people that are attached to the Mahabharata. No less a person than King Rajar a Narendra (1022-63) of the Eastern Ghalukya Dynasty of ajahmundry cc declared to his learned courtiers These five are t e objects of rny veneration and love the respect of Brahmins the constant desire to hear the story of Mahabbarata an intense love for the worship of Siva, lord of Parvat the desire for unceasing charity and a neverfailing desire for t e company of the wise and
(a derisive term).

There

c<

is

'

good men." (1-1- 12) To the question w y he liked the Mahabharata, his answer is "From the Moon, through Puru, Kuru and Pandavas,

our family is descended."


the

(1-1-14) Rajaraja claims descent from this race, hence he desires race, to listen to the story of his ancestors.

Lunar

Pandavas belong to

MAHABHARATA

THE FIFTH VEDA

That is the ostensible and personal reason. The better and more abiding reason is that Mahabharat is considered the It is as venerable as the Vedas. It is a mine of Fifth Veda. Dharma. It is a great poem. It is a store of philosophy, of These ideas political science, the great Itihasa and what not. have been well brought out by Nannaya Bhattu in the prologue
to his work.

He mentions again and again that the (1-1-33.) reading of Mahabharata is a meritorious act and that the wealth of Punya (virtue) acquired by the study of Vedas, by the performance of sacred sacrifices, by penance, by Brahrnacharya all this Punya is achieved by a constant (celibacy) \by charities study of the epic.
is

Tikkana Somayaji, the great successor of Nannaya Bhattu more explicit in his claim for the authority of Veda to the " whenever and wherever there is a conflict Mahabharata. the Vedas, Smritis and the Puranas, the between of opinion Mahabharata is the authority that reconciles these differences and lays down the law with regard to the four-fold duties of man Down to the most modern period Telugu (4-1-4). and Telugu people retain this profound veneration for poets
9'

this

ancient

epic.

TELUGU BHARATAM

THE FOUNTAIN HEAD

OF

TELUGU LANGUAGE

and immediate reasons sustain the respect These are more mundane reasons (1) Andhra Mahabharata contains our earliest, highest and most popular poetry (2) It is the primary source of our classical grammar, our prosody and our lexicology.
practical

More

of Andhras for Telugu Bharatam.

Taking these factors one by one, we will add a few remarks. Mahabharata is our earliest poetry in the field of pure poetry. There is evidence of versification down from the middle of the
9th Century A.D., in the inscriptions of the Eastern Ghalukya King, Vijayaditya III. Some claim even a much earlier origin to versification in Telugu. They trace it to the royal decrees of the Chola Princes of Renadu (the Cuddapah district) who are the early contemporaries of the Eastern Ghalukyas, Some

doubt whether these fragmentary records can be called poetry. However there is no dispute about the fact that Nannaya's
composition is the first worthy essay in aesthetic poetry. The opinion of yet a few writers that good Jaina poetry existed long before Nannaya and that it was destroyed by non-Jamas, is not It appears that Andhra so far borne out by any evidence. land of their origin for the much favour in find not did Jainas the exercise of their literary talent. They seem to have migrated to more congenial regions and adopted the Kannada language c

The case of the Ratnaas the vehicle of their poetic talent. Kannada of ancient the three poetry, Parnpa, gems traya/ Ponna and Ranna is mentioned in this connection. Adi Pampa
is

said to have flourished in the

Vemulavada

region, the

modern

Nizamabad-Karirnnagar

Districts.

It is our highest poetry in the sense that two master minds of Telugu fashioned it and a third joined his genius to it. It not Desi in the is true that the theme is not of Andhra Origin That it is universally popular with strict sense of the term. Telugu people is an age-long fact. It is freely read and understood in the villages even to the present day. It is justly popular by its ennobling themes, a natural, easy and dignified diction, by the avoidance of pedantry and vulgarity and by eschewing

in all situations. Nannaya is highly economic in Tikkana showed a tendency to his successor descriptions though But he too returned to relax this restraint in his earlier Parvas. his exemplar's path not only in the matter of theme but also in If the soul of wit conciseness and compactness of expression. is brevity, Andhra Mahabharata is the finest example of this in
artificiality

Telugu.

SOURCE OF CLASSICAL GRAMMAR

The place of Andhra Mahabharata in the field of our ClasGrammar is supreme and unrivalled. The more liberal mindecb among our Grammarians held up the literary usage
sical

of Kavitraya the three poets of Telugu Mahabharata (Nannaya, Tikkana and Yerrana) as standard and worthy of imitation. There is a hard core among the grammarians who are unwilling to place even Tikkana and Yerrana on the pedestal, by the side of Nannaya. They hold that Nannaya's literary usage alone ranks as "Arsha" classical, as far as Telugu is concerned. All subsequent poets have to look up to him for purity of literary expression. Where they differ from him, Nannaya must prevail. This is the dictum of an old poet/ Kavi Rakshasa whose time
1.

Appakaviyamu.

Introductory Verse No. 46.

is

late authority like Ahobala Pandita, not clearly known. " of the 17th Century) commentator on Andhra Sabda " Chintamani endorsed this view. The greatest of Telugu
(close

poets including Tikkana,, Allasani Peddana and Pingali Surana held Nannaya Bhattu in unquestionable veneration. They may have at the same time introduced minor changes in the poetic usage, consistent with the tastes of the learned men of For a correct understanding of the classical grammar their age. of Telugu, a Critical Edition of Andhra Mahabharata is essential.

SOURCE OF TELUGU PROSODY


Similarly Telugu Bharatham is the main source for a study of Telugu prosody. All works on Telugu prosody except Kavijanasraya are subsequent to the Mahabharata. The AuthorIt may come nearer to ship of Kavijanasraya is disputed. the period of Nannaya but cannot precede it. One limiting factor is that the poets of Andhra Mahabharata did not exwell known metre haust the gamut of purely Desi metres. The like Dwipada does not find a place in the Bharatam. Saiva poets and later on Vaishnava poets employed this Desi metre in a masterly fashion and built up a separate and vast branch ef literature. The Ragada metre, with its alliterative numbers is not used in Mahabharata. The Prabandha poets are very fond of this in decribing the frolics of young damsels, Purely song metres also do not find a place in the high serious poetry of the epic. Non-the-lcss, Telugu Bharatarn is the fountain-head for the study of Telugu prosody. Herein Nannaya Bhattu, though supposed to be the architect of the Marga style as against the Desi style, is more liberal in the use of native metres like Madhyakkara. Taruvoja, Layagrahi etc. besides the normal verses. His manipulation of the isa metre is peSimiculiar to his poetry and forms interesting study by itself, to is nearer his metre of the larly Madhyakkara employment the ancient models as found in the Bezwada inscription of Yud-

dhamalla.

The use of the Akhanda-vadi or Yati in the Caesura system has long been a sturdy bone of contention among Telugu writers on prosody. The earlier prosodists like Anantamatya to seem (A.D. 1420) purist like Appakavi approve of it. it. authorities like does not countenance Modern (A.D. 1656) Rao Saheb Gidugu Ramamurthy Panthulu take Appakavi to task for this. The Rao Saheb and others of his school accuse Pundits of having altered the readings of Mahabharata to conform to their views on prosody. Critical Edition of Andhra

Mahabharata
schemes in
its

if satisfactorily

of these disputed points.


poetry.

done-must throw light on some Telugu employs "both Yati and Prasa
serve as great restraining agents

They

on enthusiasts who are tempted to refashion the poetry of master minds in order to make it conform to their motions of grammar and propriety or other considerations.

To

quote only one instance

among many, how

scheme can sway scholars, we may refer to one verse. this verse In the second line of some have ta en " " nis Gaddarnu the reading (Tawny beard). Kapila in the Prasa theme. v The word Kap la verse has If this reading is accepted we have to falls in the Prasa Sthana. that Nannaya rhymed p and v sounds. This is no agree doubt accepted for caesura but not for Prasa. There is yet
c

a prosodial 1

'

'

another objection to this reading according o some. In the " cc a purely Te ugu word Gadcompound Kapila Gaddamu damu is brought into fusion with a purely anskrit adjective c assical grammar Kapila.' This is not in consonance with 5 Will a poet of Nannaya s stature, who is very or good usage. careful about grammar, commit such a solecism?
*

Scholars are
all their

much

exercised over

it.

They bring

to

bear

ingenuity and all their erudition to save Nannaya, the Valmiki of Telugu Literature, from a charge of indifferent grammar, Paravastu Ghinnaya Suri (rnid 19th Century), the best authority on classical grammar in the modern period accepted the reading (Kapila Gaddamu) and explained it on the principle, 3J 8 of Anindya Gramya a solecism which we should accept with veneration as it pertains to the father of Telugu poetry, It is a highly sensible and p easing approach. Other scholars are
c

not prepared to accept th

"

graceful explanation.

They ransacked

Telugu Vocabulary and fted up some obsolete words and tried to save Nannaya from the charge of grammatical and prosoOne wonders whether Nannaya really needed dial solecism. the help from self-styled champions or whether their advocacy improved his position as a most natural and pleasing poet. A critical edition of Andhra Mahabharata has to tackle such The present editors cannot vouchsafe satisdifficult issues.
faction to
all

the contending

schools.

no&j

2.

Balavyakarana.

Samjna Paricheda
6

Sutra

23,

MAINSTAY OF LEXICOGRAPHY
field of lexicography also, Andhra Mahabharata the enjoys supreme position. When the meaning or form of a Telugu word has to be fixed with precision, grammarians and lexicographers quote the Mahabharata in support. Ganapavarapu Venkata Kavi (A.D. 1676) seems to be the earliest " Andhra authority who employed this method in his work, Prayoga Ratnakara." In support of his grammatical findings, he quotes Andhra Mahabharata. It was only in the 19th century that Telugu lexicography assumed the modern form. Charles Philip Brown quoted Mahabharata verses in his dict Ae

In the

This method was elaborated and systematized by author of Sabda Ratnakara, late Bahujanapalli Sitaramac aryulu Garu and was followed up by the compilers of the Suryaraya Andhra Nighantuvu, A Critical Edition of Mahabharata will stand our lexicography in good stead.
f

onary.

There is a minor branch of ictionary-making which p ays an important role as far as the Te ugu Language of the class cal is concerned. This is t e incidence of the " Sa ata period " <c Repha popularly known as bandi ra," the harder form of the trilled consonant. The r sound in Telugu is *prono lriced with a lighter touch and a harder touch. This distinc ^n is fundamental to Dravidian languages. Words carry a di orent meaning with or Vithout the Sakata Repha. The oppos te or the light trilled sound is called Sad u Repha. As far s the classical language is concerned the istinction between akata
^

'

is observ* with great care. ut as time passed on peo le became h* ifferent to the dist nctive utterance of twJ tri ed sounds and they got merged into one sound. It became ifficult even for to maintain this Dispoets tinction on any rat onal Therefore principle. compiling lists of words with Sakata Repha became a There literary necessity. were not Lakshanikas wanting who took to this meticulous task and composed special treatises on Sakata Repha. All standard writers fall back on the Andhra Mahabharata for a correct lead in this branch of lexicography.

Repha and Sadhu Repha

Chiefly they attach importance to the usage of Nannaya as the earliest authority. Owing to the obliteration of distinction in pronunciation, some words assumed tvyo forms, one with

the Sakata and the other with Sadhu Repha. In such disputed the Mahabharata and points, particularly Nannaya is looked upon as the most reliable source. In this branch of compiling lists of words with Sakata the earliest seems

Repha,

attempt

to

have been made by Tallapaka Peda Tirumalacharya, (A.D. 1530) son of the famous saint-singer Annamacharya. Peda Tirurjiala compiled a small verse dictionary called Repha Rakaramulu. He did not quote from Mahabharata for corroboration. Appakavi (A.D. 1656) in his work Appa Kaviyarnu Aswasa II collected some lists of words with both the r sounds. Herein he shows some words which contain the lighter and harsher sound of the trill. From this we have to infer that Telugu pronunciation as far as the r* sound is concerned underwent a change during the six centuries that elapsed between Nannaya and Appakavi.
c '

Others who wrote on the same subject i.e. the light r and hard r sounds are Bharatamu Lakshniipati Somayaji with his book Sakata Repha Nirnayamu and Ogirala Ranganatha Kavi, with his book Dwirepha Varna Darpanamu \ The former claims that the lists of words collected by him are based on the usages in Telugu Bharatam. He quotes many There is much justification for this claim for verses from it. Lakshmipathi Somayaji is the author of a commentary on the Telugu epic. More about this later on.
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There is yet another branch of our dictionaries the Accha Tcnugu Nighantuvu dictionary of pure Telugu words. The early Saiva poets like Nannechoda and Palkuriki Sornanatha desired to revolutionise the Telugu poetic style. They felt some dissatisfaction with what they called Marga style which can be equated roughly with classical diction. Though they do not expressly mention Nannaya Bhattu or his Mahabharatam, they seem to imply Nannaya's style by the Marga Paddhati. As a counter move to this they raised the slogan of the Desi Now, Janu Tenugu is not clearly style with Janu Tenugu. defined. However from a solitary verse of Palkuriki Soinanatha, critics understand that it means Accha Telugu. This implies that part of the vocabulary of the Telugu language, excluding the Tatsarna clement. Later in the 16th Century, whole Kavyas with Accha Telugu vocabulary were written. Keeping this in. view one scholar of the modern period late Kotra Lakshmi Narayana Sastry compiled an Accha Tenugu dictionary. He also extracts quotations from Andhra Mahabharata. This dictionary seems to lean heavily on the extracts collected in Sabda Ratnakara. As it did not approach Mahabharat direct ,and is based on secondary sources^ it may not help us much
HI preparing the Critical Edition of Bharatam.

NEED FOR A

CRITICAL EDITION FELT

Such being the importance of Andhra Mahabharata in the field of Telugu Literature and language, scholars and savants of the last generation began to wish for a critical edition. After

became popular in Telugu numerous lovers of Telugu and issued the Mahabharata,, often in parts only and ome times in its entirety. It is a huge under-taking and must
rinting rinted

ave taxed the resources of our early rinters. Andhra Mahaharata runs into 21,516 verses, and rose pieces, in the traditional 18 parvas. It consists of 63 . swasas corresponding to the Adhyayas of the Sanskrit epic, ihe Telugu epic mostly conforms to the classical epic in the division of the story into Parvas i.e. the story content ^ Adi Parva in Telugu corresponds to the story content of that arva in Sanskrit. But within the body of the Parva considerab e freedom is assumed by the three haratam. They often condensed great poets of Telugu of the story, pruned or rejected the numerous upakhyanas, philo-

So sophical discussions and politico-economic disquisitions. that Telug\i Bharatam is compressed into a fifth in. size of the Sanskrit epic.

MAHABHARAT

IN

PALM

LEAF MANUSCRIPTS
*

Before the prevalance of printing, Mahabharata was written and preserved in aim-leaf manuscripts only. did not so far meet with an of the Bharatam earlier paper manuscript than^the one prep red under the direction of C.P. Brown. Prea lea* must have involved much labour paring palm manuscript and expenditure, Only the rulers of principalities and the few wealthy citizens could afford this literary luxury. The scribes were not often equal to the task of copying a Mahabharat manuscript as they lacked the scholarly equipment needed for it. Therefore they were prone to make mistakes. Occasionally we meet with intelligent scribes also. All of them make pathetic apologies for the errors they commit. fully The material which they write upon is sympathize with them such that it is not easy to erase what is once written.

We

We

SPELLING PATTERNS

"

The spelling of the Manuscripts leaves much to be desabed. Apart from letters, similar in form getting conf ed Ke the Telugu n * and ' s the p ' and ' v th and h,'
* '
'

'

'

'

'

'

'

Varnakrama or Orthography

UA instance scholars are

presents many peculiarit es, very particular about the distinc on

between the soft r and hard r (what Caldwell cails the mclLakshna Granthas r linum and vallinum respectively) have been written about them. But our manuscripts are almost silent about it. They use only the symbol of the mellinum 'r* for both. Another orthographical feature over which scholars are very particular and differ among themselves vehemently the half nasal is conspicuous by its absence in the
c
'
.

'

Strange indeed. In order to indicate the value manuscripts. of the full nasal and half or silent nasal a device was adopted. Where the full nasal sound is intended the Purna Anuswara is written and the following consonant is doubled. For instance a Kum-dda.' If word like Kumda will be written (pot) the nasal sound is silent the Purna- anus war a will still be written but the succeeding consonant will not be doubled. Vandu (he.) Certain conjunct consonants had a peculiar utterance, shifting away from their original sounds. For instance in the conjunct consonant *jna* we have the palatal and nasal combination, But in common speech, perhaps it was rendered as gna/ a guttural and nasal combination. Basing itself upon this speech habit, a new type of caesura was brought into vogue by poets.
e '
f '

There are other peculiarities in spelling in the writing of For example the Druta consonant, the volatile manuscripts. n takes the shape of a < polla nakara 5 viz the mute nasal without the help of vowel to enunciate it. This form without the enunciative vowel has to occur at the end of certain verses. There c the has to be written. But the manuscripts polla nakara 5 write it in its Swatva nu with a vowel ending. form i.e. This will rnar the prosodial requirements. Therefore a grammarian like 1 Ghinnaya Suri had to frame a cautioning rule there is no Swatva form at the end of a verse which ought to end in the long sound.
c

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Another feature of manuscripts spelling is the use of valar' pali Gilaka" Valapali Gilaka is a device to represent the sound in conjunct consonants. This device is permitted when
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in the conjunct as in the word Karma r sound is the second member in the this is not device conjunct applicable as in the word Arnra, 55 is The to which the "valapali gilaka consonant (mango). added is usually doubled in the manuscripts though rules of orthography do not require it. Yet another noteworthy point in the spelling of palm-leaf manuscripts is the use of the Purna
4

is

the

first

member

action.

But when the

*****
20.

8S

10

Anuswara grammar

nasal sound) before Sthira Varnas. In Telugu letters other than Parusha (hard consonants) and Sarala (soft consonants) are called Sthira varnas. The nasals
(full

come under this class. The Purnanuswara is prohibited before them as it is redundant. In words like Anna (elder brother) amma, (mother) grammar prescribes that we should double the consonant and not write Anuswara before it But the
.

scribes

of manuscripts

usually

commit*

this solecism.

There is no doubt of a historical background to it. In the development of the Telugu Language this represents one In pre-Nannaya language words changed their form stage. " "

Kamburarn-Cheruvu village by name Kammari-Cheruvu. The anuswara was into got of before the assimilation. After the perfectly logical stage of assimilation is it That is why the operation superfluous. 1 formulated a Sutra which states that in grammarians Telugu
due
to assimilation.

assimilated

The

Anuswara occurs only before the Parusha and Sarala varnas/ scribes are not willing to give up their age-long way of speland The grammarian does not exercise a sympaling writing. thetic imagination and understand why the scribe insists on writing as he does. It is like the deaf and the dumb discoursing.
the

THE
Appakavi,

SCRIBES

heavily

the Lakshanika comes down self-xonscious upon the poor scribes and condemns them roundly. Ignorant scribes and readers have been responsible for changing the text in the kavyas of great writers like Nannaya and others. 8 Persons with little learning made them worse by
indiscriminate emendations. If Lakshanikas accept these perverted readings as basis for laying down the law (with regard to grammar or prosody) will wise men accept such canons as sound rules. Allasani Peddana, the well known poet of the court of Sri Krishnadeva Raya referred to the ignorance of the scribes

v
g^

18.

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rro

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11

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8.

2Q2.

1 To one who asked fo? the comin one of his Chatu verses. position "of a Kavya on the spot .Jie is said to have replied humocan poenis corne to order without solitude, rously without a hearty meal> and a perfumed Tarnbula sent by the dearest lady, without the cradle to swing, and finally without the presence of readers who are connoisseures in literature and Kuscribes %vho can distinguish between the right and wrong. chimanchi Timmakavi (18th Century) also felt the same about When Appa Kavi rejected the claim of Bammera scribes.

How

PotanaV Bhagavata

for being a standard work because Potana confused and mixed up the hard and soft r sounds in matters of Yati and Prasa, Timmakavi answered the objection thus. "It must have been the mistake of lesser poets that such errors crept into the Bhagavata. Otherwise can any one accuse the great 3 poet Barnmera Potana of ignorance about the rule -regarding 'r* sound. The story goes that some portions of of Potana's
c 3

Bhagavata
students

were damaged by worms and that

his friends

and

filled

up

these gaps.

INTERPOLATION

That is how poets and Lakshanikas felt about the ignorance and vagaries of scribes. Some were bitter and some were humane in their approach. Sometime an ill-equipped but rash scribe tries to correct the author's text according to his lights. Yet another will indulge in the excusable pastime of composing one or two verses himself in the easy metres "and set up as a poetaster. Fortunately the Andhra Mahabharata is not subject In Sanskrit to serious interpolations unlike the Sanskrit epic. the metre us d in Mahabharata can be easily manipulated. A poet of or inary talent can try his hand at composing some verses and nterpolate them into the main text without the danger o detection. Further, the ancient epic rolled down

<2

2-284. SN. *>

S^'

12

more than 25 centuries. No wonder that many a and, deft and otherwise worked into it. Not so the Telugu haratam. The poets of the Telugu ep c are the Its life is 10 centuries,
greatest

masters

of

imitate
-

them without

ver beginning it Hence interpolation of -ings and the assemblies of villagers. in ts case was not a thing in which small poets could indulge wit impunity. Though this applies to the poetical portions of the Mahabharata, the prose portions were not so immune from interference, As the restraining hand of metre does not

It is not easy to ^Telugu poetry. fear of exposure. Moreover from the was universally respected both in the courts

operate here, scribes and minor poets were busy here, adding and subtrac^ ng matter. Often they content themselves with verbal variat ons and synonyms. The prose passages of Telugu

Bharatam d d

suffer

some emendation

and

elaboration.

PROBLEMS OF TELUGU BHARATA


If interpolation did not play a major role in the Andhra are the issues that confront scholars in connection with this fundamental work. At this stage we wish to invite the attention of our learned audience to the aims of classical criticism as set forth by Dr. V. S. Sukthankar, the mo" dern Vyasa of Sanskrit Mahabharata. He says1 the cannons of the classical philologist are four (1) Heuristics i.e. assembling and arranging the entire material consisting of rnanuscri ^s and testimonia in the form of a geneological tree (2) Recen 10 restoration of the text of the archtype (3) emendatio .c. i.e. restoration of the text of the author (4) Higher criticism .<?. separation of the sources utilised by the author. As far as the Telugu epic is concerned ernendatio and higher criticism seem to absorb more of our interest. will return to the subject in due course.

Mahabharata what

We

THE PRINTED
The
ting int

EDITIONS
first to

Christian Missionaries were the

Telugu.
ible or
its

They

chiefly brought out

of the
4

Missionaries like parts. ronzes took part in this work. G. Brown observes n his i elugu-English Dictionary that printing was introduced "to Telugu in 1806 but did not make much progress till 1830. rrose books needed for the Schools were much in vogue at the
.D.
.

introduce prinelugu translations enjarnin Schultze

1. Prolegomena to the Critical Edition of Sanskrit Sukthankar Memorial Edition. Volume I, page 97.

Mahabharata

13

beginning of the 19th century. Native Pundits like Ravipati Gu umurthy S as try, Chief Telugu Pundit Fort St, George Co ege, took to writing prose books. He brought out in easy Te ugu prose s the stories of King Vikramarka, published in 18 9 and stories of Panchatantra, in 1834.
3

Andhra Mahabharata. We definitely who first published t


of
it

Naturally the country looked forward for the publication are not yet in a position to state
as

For sometime e Telugu epic. of Mahabharata tion ed the published though appeared ri Ekarnra Josyulu was the by the scholar-enthusiast earliest. the front page o this publication Saka year 1755 to the impression that it was is printed. Naturally this le A.D. But the in 1833 Cyclic year is given as published

On

Paridhavi, Pushya
to

Sudha Padyami

Somavaram which

corres-

Monday January 10, 1853, Therefore we have to ponds finally accept the date 1853 for the London Edition, which we have accepted into our critical apparatus,
doubt was known long ago That the date of the London Edition is For want of definite information it was allowe to be called the 1833 Edition. On further examination it is now fairly establ aV ed that it is an edition conn of 1952 temporaneous with the Karalapati Rangiah, Ed
^

of the facts about the London Edition are interesting. There is an introductory leaf to the portion of Maha Bharata beginning with the Bh.ish.ma cc Aluri Ekamara Josyulu garu is pious Parva. Here it is narrated as follows
scholar, desirous of serving

Some

Telugu literature. In the month of Am of Sadharana Samvatsara (corresponding to June 1850) he conceived the idea of printing of Andhra Mahabharata and formed a society of enthusiasts for undertaking this work. This body published Adi and Sabha Pan/as. But i their head in this body and further work was unfortunately
' '

suspended.

Pandit Ekaxnra Josyulu not to be deflected from his excellent purposes of bringing out a scholarly edition of Andhra Mahabharata. He formed another Society of enthusiasts and launched upon its publication. In this second effort he sought and obtained the cooperation of Puwada Venkat Rao Pandit Josyulu proprietor of the Vartamana Tarangini press of Madras, himself owned the Jyotisha Kalanidhi Press. This new body agreed to issue the work under the name of Durvasula Jagannadha Rao gam, perhaps a wealthy member of the Society.

Perhaps there was an agrement to print and publish the entire Telugu Bharatam from the two printing establishments, Vartamana Tarangini and There is no express statement to this effect from Jyotish Kalanidhi Press. any of the parties* It is a surmise, The India Office Edition (viz*, London Edition) is in two divisions, the Adi Panchaka or the first five Parvas ,and the portion beginning with Bhishma Parva and ending with Svargarohana Parva.

14

The first five parvas appear to be printed in the Vartamana Tarangini Press by Puwada Venkat Rao. There is no regular front pages (Mukha Patra) to this part of the Book. There is no page of contents attached to this. There is one leaf with the seal of the Vartamana Tarangini Press. The year of
publication is noted as
1

85 1

The Bhishrna Parva portion KPS a regular printed front page and also a table of contents of the story from Bhishrna Parva to the end. Here it is stated that the Maha Bharata is issued for the benefit of the pious people from two The Jyotisha Kalanidhi and Vartamana Tarangini. The date of presses. publication is not noted here in the Christian Era but in the Salivahana Saka and the cyclic year. The Salivahana Saka is printed as 1755 which corresponds to 1833 A.D. The mistake about the date of this Edition arose out of do not know how such a mistake appeared in this recorded statement. as Paridhavi, Pushya Sudha Padyami, Monday The is noted cyclic year print.

We

which corresponds

to January

1
3

853

I think that we have finally to reject the date of 1833 for the London Edition and accept the year 1853 for the later part of this edition i.e., Bhishrna have to reconcile all the available evidence to Svargarohana Parvas, with regard to this edition as follows.

We

In the year Sadharana, month of Ani, i.e., June 1850 Pandit Aluri Ekamra Josyulu conceived the idea of publishing Andhra Mahabharata. He actually issued the Adi and Sabha Parvas. This venture failed at this stage. We do not know what happened to these two Parvas* Pandit Josyulu launched the second venture. Here in 1851 we come across with the Adi Panchaka of Puwada Venkat Rao published in Vartamana Tarangini Press, We have to assume .that this is a part of the overhaul scheme for the publication of the whole Bharatam, divided into convenient instalments between two presses. We do not possess the front page or table of contents of the first instalment. We do not know whether P. Venkat Rao was very enthusiastic about the He is silent about the whole understanding. partnership or the joint venture. On the other hand Pandit Ekarnra Josyulu is very informative and mentions both the presses on his front-page.

There
scholars

is

one factor which supports the

thesis

of joint venture.

The

&r. "Sotf kg\S$ ;Sr=cpQboe>o; actually did the editing are thive a-. &*. SacC6Tr>s5g 2. These names are printed -Sor^^gvj)^; on the front-page of Bhishma Parva. There is no mention of them on the Adi Panchaka issued by Vartamana Tarangini Press. But a note to this
effect is

who

appended

to the

done at a later date,


the date.
It
is

London Edition. Evidently this must have been when the whole edition was got ready for preservation

in the India Office Library.

Similarly there is a noting on this part about 1833. But this seems to be clearly an error. It was* occasioned by the printed date Salivahana Saka 1755. There is yet another item of evidence which induces us to give up the date 1833. There is one printed leaf in the Bhishrna Parva portion which serves as a brief introduction to the publication. It is here that the laudable attempts of Pandit Ekanira Josyulu to publish Andhra Mahabharata are briefly set forth. In the end of this brief preface the compilers acknowledge their indebtedness to that distinguished English savant Charles Brown's services to Philip Brown. Telugu Literature and his library are eulogised. Evidently Mr. Josyulu

15

like

others were a\vare of the efforts of Charles Brown to prepare what looks critical edition of Andhra Mahabharata by collating some palm-leaf manuscripts the mention of C. P. Brown in the London Edition clinches It must have been published betv/een 1951-53. Thus it is conthe issue, temporaneous with the Karalapati Rangiah Edition and not anterior to it by

and

almost a generation as

we assumed

earlier.

Though the London Edition thus loses the glamour of being the earliest printed edition of Andhra Mahabharata it is nonetheless highly important to us, Firstly it is associated with the personality of that amiable scholar of the mid 19th century, Pandit Aluri Ekamra Josyulu. I feel that we must hence forward designate this Edition as the Ekamra Edition in honour of his name. Its scholarly set up is unmistakable. Three scholars were employed to supervise its editing and publication. Not only that., this editing made use of the labours of Charles Philip Brown. Karalapati Rangiah does not mention his indebtedness to Brown's manuscripts.
This
it
is

called the

London Edition

as

We are also aware of the edition brought forth by the scholar Karalapati Rangayya about 1852. Earlier to both these we hear of an edition of Adi Parva. This is issued as a prose version of the Adi Parva by Vyakaranarnu Ramaaujacharyulu and Paravastu ChiIn spite of our best efforts we could not nnaya Suriin 1847. a at of this. This publication is mentioned by Rao get copy Saheb Gidugu Ramamurthy Pantulu in his 1 Balakavi Saranyamu.
from the India Office Library, London.

we secured copy of

Rao Saheb
*

gives these details

about the hook

ce

It is

named

Bharata

Vachanarmi

Viyakaranam Ramanujacharyulu and

Chinnaya Suri edited the Adi Parva. Bharata Vachanamu is a It was prose renderiag of the Adi Parva prepared by them. in 1847. the was Pandit Head for printed Ranianujacharyulu 9 Sanskrit and Telugu in the Pachayaippa Modali High School.
'

HAYAGRTVA SASTRY EDITION


Yet another unidentified -version of Andhra Mahabharata to our notice. This is ascribed to the 19th Century Puranani scholar, Hayagriva Sastry and is mentioned by the Pundits (1) Chadaluvada Sundara Rarna Sastry and (2) Dandigunta Suryanarayana Sastry. They published an annotated Edition of Virata Parva of Tikkana Somayaji, called Bharatha Samjivani in 1913. Subsequently they prepared and published an annotated edition, -of Adi Parva of Nannaya Bhattu in 1915, also called Bharata Samjivani. They are well read scholars and we used the Bharata Samjivani commentary of Adi Parva with advantage in preparing the Critical Edition. Now in the inhas

come

Balakavi Satanyamu (1933 Edition, pages 26 and 46)

16

troduction to their commentary, they mention that Puranam Hayagriva Sastry is the first to issue an edition of Mahabharata. This statement is supported by a similar observation by Dewan

Bahadur ^M. Adinarayana lyah of Madura, who wrote a preThe Dewan face in English to the Virata Parva commentary. Bahadur was a Retired Settlement Deputy Commissioner, Madras. In his preface to Bharata Samjivani of Virata Parva " There have been several dated 9-8-1913 he states as follows Sri of Mahabharatam Text in Telugu. The of the editions earliest edition issued is that by the late Puranam Hayagriva Sastrulu, who was in his time Telugu Pundit of the Government Presidency College. This edition was issued about 50 years
ago." According to the date given by Adinarayana lyah, the edition of Puranam Hayagriva Sastry goes back to 1863. We have information about several editions of Telugu Bharatam issued about 1860 in the British Museum Catalogue but nowhere is the name of Hayagriva Sastry so much as mentioned.

1 Astronomy Bhubhagola Dipika was printed in 1843. The same writer informs us that2 Hayagriva Sastry competed with Paravastu Chinnaya Suri for the Punditship in the Presidency Late Hayagriva Sastry was responsible for College in 1847. many publications in Telugu and Sanskrit. That he issued Andhra Bhagavatam about 1855 is well known. The Editors of the Telugu Bhagavata issued by the Andhra Pradesh Sahitya Akademy mention Mr. pastry's Edition. Brown mentions an edition of Bhagavata Published in 1848. Whether it is the same or one different from Hayagriva Sastry s Edition is not known. Rao Bahadur K, Veer^salingarn Pantulu informs us in his account of 8 Karalapati Rangaiah (1814-63) that he (Rangiah) published for the first time the Telugu Bharata, bhagavata and Ramayana. Whether this edition of Bhagavata issued by Karalapati Rangaiah is the same as mentioned by Brown, we
'

that our information about Puraaam Hayalived griva Sastry just a century back from now, is so vague and incomplete. He was a well known scholar of the first half of the 19th century. He was the proprietor of the Vivekadarsha Printing Press in which a book on Geography and
It is strange

who

are not in

a position to assert.
N. Vcnkat Rao (Page
30).

1.

Aadhra Vadiana Vaagmayamu


Chinnaya Suri Jivitamu

99).

2.
3.

N. Venkat Rao (Page


Part III.

Andhra Kavula Charitra

17
391

Prof. P. P. S. Sastry in the introduction to his Sanskrit Mahabharata (Southern Recension) refers to Puranam Haya-

1855-60 by Puranam Hayagriva Sastry, a relation of the proprietors of Vavilla Press, the present publishers (c) 1870 by Venkata Subba Sastry (d) 1929 by V. Ramaswamy Sastrulu & Sons, publishers of this From this, it is evident that Hayagriva Sastry was Edition." in But nowhere do we literary activity about 1860. engaged of to edition the reference far so Bharatam said Telugu any get Can it he that Mr. Adinarayana to have been issued by him. lyah mistook the Sanskrit edition of Mahabharata issued by Hayagriva Sastry for the Telugu Bharata ? It may not be so. For the annotators of Virata Parva also make the same statement. It appears that we have to search further for the Hayagriva It may well have Sastry Edition of Andhra Mahabharata. formed the basis for the Vavilla Edition of the Telugu Epic,
(a)

The Professor says " Mahabharata in Sanskrit^ griva Sastry. four times in Madras printed in Telugu characters and published 1
1850 by Venkataraya Sarma
(b)

1. Due to diligent search by Shri N. S. Sundereswara Rao, Pundit of the project, the cdtition of Sanskrit Mahabharata issued by Hayagriva Sastry is located in the collection of the Sri Krishnadevaraya Andhra Basha Nilayam, Hyderabad. This is in Telugu script. The Adi Panchaka lost its front page. The Yudha Panchaka portion retains this page. From this we learn that

.Puranam Hayagriva Sastry undertook the publication of Mahabharata as an act of service to propagate Dharma. Sastry believes that Mahabharata Adwaita the The. Telugu poet Tikkana Somayaji held Philosophy. propounds a similar view. He calls Mahabharata the mainstay of Dharma and Adwaita.

crest jewel of Scholars


-was

Puranam Hayagriva Sastry is the son of Venkata Narayana, the and Savitri, descended from. Kausika Gotra. Her father

Venkatesha. Hayagriva Sastry is said to be proficient in all the branches of ancient learning. He is called Sarvatantra-swatantra, By the grace of his father he acquired the Hayagriva Mantra. The upasana of this sacred Mantra made him scholar of Sanskrit, Prakrit and Desi Bhasha,
" sets forth his labours in publishing Mahabharata thus Manusare from the work various of the The combrought country. parts cripts of mentaries of Vaisampyana and Nilakantha on Mahabharata are closely conThe slokas have been numbered. Where the meaning is obscure sulted. or doubtful Nilakantha Vyakhya is reproduced to dispel doubts. With regard to the Bhagavadgita, the commentary of Bhagavat Sankara is appended."

He

In this manner the Mahabharata is printed in the Vivekadarsha Printing Press of which he himself was the proprietor, in the year Rakshasa, Magha 3 on the full moon day. It falls in the year 1856.
This establishes the fact that Puranam Hayagriva Sastry was conEkamra of and'Aluri Sun, Josyulu. temporary Chirmaya Karalapati Rangayya But our main quest about the Telugu Bharatam said to have been issued
,

by him

is still

eluding pursuit.

18

EDITIONS PRIOR to 1860 A,D.

In our attempt

to track

down

every well

known worthy

edition of Telugu Bharata to its sources we had to digress into the literary activity of Puranam Hayagriva Sastry, strictly not relevant to our purpose. Summarising our inquiry into the older editions of Andhra Mahabharata prior to 1860 we arrive at the following
:

L
2.

Adi Parvam issued by Chinnaya Suri and Ramanuj achary ulu


1

847

3.

Andhra Mahabharatamu Yudha Panchakamu Bhishma to Sauptika 1850 A.D. London Edition as we call it, issued by Aluri Ekarnra
Josyulu
1851-53.
-1852.

4.
5.

Karalapati Rangaiah Edition

Puranam Hayagriva
traced)
.

Sastry

Edition

(So

far

not

6.

The paper manuscript Edition of Charles Brown (Unpublished)


found

Philip

This

to add the following details. in the India Office Library, London. The authorities furnished this note regarding the edition Library "
is

About item 2 above, we have

Telugu D-7L Yuddha Panchakamu Edited by R. Venkata Krishna Sastrulu. Kalanidhi Press. Saka 1772". Jyotisha This corresponds to 1850. It may be noted that the scholar Aluri Ekamra Josyulu was engaged in bringing out aa edition of the Telugu Bharatam. Item 3 above represents the full fruition of his efforts. Even before that he was engaged in this task, R. Venkata Krishna Sastrulu, editor of Yuddha Panchaka is one among the three editors who prepared the
represented by No. 3. The printing press, Jyois the same in both the cases. Ekamra Josyulu owned it. The only point which is not clear to us here is whether Josyulu printed Yuddha Panchakamu for himself or for some other publishersfull

edition,,

tisha

Kalanidhi

C.

P.

BROWN'S ACTIVITY

to add a few remarks about P. Brown's In the introductory portion to his Telugu* literary activity. *" corrected Edition English Dictionary, Brown informs, us thus of Bhagavata was prepared at expense in 182*7. The Telugu

Further

we have

my

19

Bhagavatam was printed in quarto

Brown at Madras in 1848." does not mention here his efforts to get a corrected edition of Mahabharata prepared. It may be that he did not think of this work seriously when he was engaged on his dictionary. But he seems to have actually set afoot this excellent venture. In the Government Oriental Manuscripts Library are preserved two paper manuscripts containing the results of Brown's Nos. 163 and 164. activity with the Telugu Mahabharata He wrote here " The mahabharata now first rendered to numerical arrangement and copied in separate verses and lines by the directions of Charles Philip Brown. The alterations made in this copy show the various readings found in some copies by
me."

writer of this preface had the privilege of examining rown Manuscripts in the Government Oriental Manuscripts ibrary Madras on 17.9.1964 along the Sri. T Sridhara Sarma and Sri N. S. Sundereswara Rao. The paper manuscripts
these

T *e

were badly injured. Insects made profuse holes into them. These manuscripts are actually registers. Readings are catered in between the lines. It was found difficult to read them. At the same time the selected readings are entered in the page opSomeone under Mr. Brown's direction may have copied posite. the accepted readings on opposite pages. No. 163 manuscript contains Adi Parva upto 5th Aswasa, verse 190, No. 164 c retains Adi Parva from -191 to the end. There is yet aaot c manuscript No. 193 w ch seems to be a fair copy of Nos. 6 and 164. In none o these manuscripts (Registers) we A n the use of the hard r (Sakata Repha) and the half-nasa One interesting feature here is that reference (Ardhanuswara)
r
*
,

is

given to Sanskrit Mahabharata for the appropriate context. This may be a copy made ready for the printing press. In No. D. we have Adi Parva IV Aswasa 201, manuscript upto only. Here we see an effort to introduce the half nasal into
the
text.

Adi Parva

the are very Mahaprasthana and Swargarohana. They short Parvas. e that they are incl ^ded in other bundles. It may It is evident that Char s Philip Brown ac ieved the stupendous task of getting the 18 arvas collated an a corrected text was prepared. Though he did not mention t c which

Brown's work with Telugu Bharatam does not end with the There are 47 paper registers mentioned above. numbers. They contain manuscripts having different collations of all the Parvas except perhaps the very last two,
c

'

manuscripts

20

for the comparison of the Adi Parva, he left better information about some of the succeeding Parvas. Adi Parva was collated with 7 manuscripts. In the case of Virata Parva Brown Parva and others took care to mention the Udyoga he with which manuscripts compared and finalised the text. For Virata Parva he mentions the following manuscripts

he used

1.

Manuscript of Rao Brahrnaji Pantulu

2.
3.

4. 5.

of Vemuri Subba Rao of Vaddiparti Venkayya Samalkot of Gudirnetta Pallayya Jagannathapuram

ofTadigadapa
3J

Veeresalingam

Penugonda

6.
7.

of Manne Kanakayya Yanam of Vatsavayi Buchi Seethayya Peddapu-

ram
8.

9.

10.

,,,

of Ayyavaru of Pedapudi of Majeti Sarvesalingam Yanam of the former village munsif of Mogaliturti.

Parvas which are very popular like Virata, Udyoga, Santi could yield many manuscriptsElsewhere he furnishes a wealth of interesting details. For instance under 1 D No. 211
etc.

o
II

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Xioii

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catfwoStfo
8*?5s58

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^CJ'io

wi_

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21

Aranya Parva,
'

it is noted Aswasa by Aswasa, how finalisation of the text proceeded. Brown uses a very significant Telugu word for this. He does not use the Sanskrit word but calls it Tirpu which means judgemeat as done in a court of law. Brown was a District Judge for a long time The tirpu or finalisation of Aranya Parva was started on 1st December 1838 and ended with 27th May 1839. Udyoga Parva was finalised by July 23, 1840 and so on. There is a note at the Santi Parva. Here one Pundit seems to have been entrusted with the task of comparing the text with Sanskrit original and justify a The Pundit notes in the course of the reading. particular work " the reading has to be discussed with the Doragaru and finalised". Dora was a term of respect used for Englishmen
'

during the British

rule.

Here

it

means

Brown Doragaru

'.

Aluri Ekanira Josuylu in his introduction to the second volunie beginning with Bhishrna Parva bearing the date 1853, acknowledges in a nice manner that he utilised Brown's colIt means that Brown's corrected copy lection and his library. of Mahabharata has already taken shape. Karalapati Rangayya whose edition of Mahabharata belongs to the same period. i;e. 1852 does not mention Brown or his beneficent activity. Many a succeeding publishers undoubtedly used the readings

ledgement.

of Mahabharata collected by Brown, with and without acknowThe readings ot our Vulgate, the Vavilla editionseem to be very near Brown's readings. It is not know if Vavilla acknowledged their debt to this great disinterested Savant.

Ekamra Josyulu

set

up a

fine tradition for scholars.

POST 1860 EDITIONS

BRITISH

MUSEUM LIBRARY

shed

to Editions of Andhra Mahabharata publi1860 "we have two sources of information. One is the British Museum Catalogue which records a few important editions. Secondly we glean much information from the Office of the Registrar of Books, Madras. It appears that the act of was Hence Books regarding Registration passed in 1867. books published after this date are preserved here.

With regard
after

very promptly on our request

Library gave us information regarding the printed editions of Mahabharata preserved with them. We are indeed thankful to them. They gave us not merely a dry list but photograph copies of the front pages where available list them below and one or two inner pages of the Text.
British
full

The

authorities of the

Museum

We

22

1:

Adi Parva No. A.D. 1863.

14174-L-12 Rudhirodgari.
i

Madras.

2.

.abharata complete in 3 Volumes No. 14174-L-16. dited by Vinjarnuru Krishnamacharyulu, Madras.


864.

3.

Udyoga Parva

No. 141 74-K-33- 1864.


14174-K. 23-1865,
1875.

4 Sabha Parva No.


5.

Yuddha Panchakamu No. 14174-L-13-Madras.

6.

Maha^
by

Ma

arata. 2 Volumes No. 14174-L-14. Edited hadrachalarn Tirumala Narasirnha Charyulu,


ras.

1881.
Nellore.

7.

Adi and Sabha No. 14174-K-57.


No. 14174-K. 45.

1895-1896.

8.

Sabha Parva with notes by C. Janaki Ramayya-1899.

9.

10.

Udyoga Parva. With an English introduction by Panappakam Anandacharyulu 1900. Andhra Mahabharata with preface by Sataghantam Venkata Ranga Sastry. Edited 'by K. Veeresalingam and Rayadurgarn Narasayya Sastry, Volumes. Madras. 1901. No. 14175-B-L
3

11.

Aranya Parva. Aswasa VI an VII Notes 'for F.A. Telngu Text, by Dandigunta uryanarayana Sastry and Ghadalavada Sundara ama Sastry.
Bharata
Sara

12.

Rathanavali.*

P.

-V,

Subrahmanya

Reddy
It

Madras 1885.
st ictly

must be
is

He

the fat er of Dr. G.

Kattamanchi Subrahmanya Reddy. Ramalinga Reddy, former

Vice-Chancel or, Andhra University. Item 1 1 above. These two sc lolars are quite familiar to us with their valuable Bharata Sarnjivani.
are ntcrested in the 1864 edition of the Telugu Bharay Vinjamuri Krishnamacharyulu as it represents The British t e march of our printed editions.. could Museum Library has agreed to supply us c y. not yet take advantage of it. This Library is a o in possession he authorities of a palm-leaf manuscripts of Adi Parva, sent us a photo-copy of the first and last pages oft is manuscript.

We

tam, edited a stage in

We

23

with the benedictory sloka of Nannaya. There are the common mistakes and variations of readings in this The gadya at the end of Adi Parva is given. single sloka. After this there is a nothing by the scribe of the person for whom " Written for the study of Bangait was copied etc. It reads rayya, son of Mankaru Nayani varu, of Akshantala Gotra, resident of Nutka-puri, by Chokkalingam, son of Chewandi resident Lingaiah Bheshaja (perhaps medical practitioner), in Tula Masa the year Viswavasu, Sedamangalam, (Month) Astamij Thursday. This corresponds to 23rd October 1845
It begins

A.D.
of interest to us not as part of our critical apparatus but as it inspired an intellectual like Sir C. R, Reddy. That Dr. Reddy with all his western orientation became a lover and a devotee of the national epic of Andhra is due to the Bharata-Sara-Ratnavali and the austere training which he received at the hands of his father, Subrahmanya Reddy
is

The Bharata-Sara-Ratnavali

garu.

The Bharata-Sara-Ratnavali and


5

Muktavali compiled by

his father

the Bhagvatha-Sarawere republished by Dr. C. R.

in 1926. They were originally published in 1885. To second edition, the distinguished son contributed a brief but devoted account about his father. The scholars, Seshadri Ramana Kavulu wrote an introduction to this One point

Reddy
this

revealed by them here is of much interest to us. They state that the author collected the verses of Mahabharata from an Edition of the epic published in 1863 from the Vani-Niketana
Printing Press. Madras. As the anthology of S. Reddy consisting of philosophical and didactical verses is drawn from all the

Parvas of Mahabharata, the 1863 edition must have been a full We did not come across this so far. One more point about the second edition of Bharata-Sara-Ratnavali is that the editors, Seshadri Ramana Kavulu, checked up the readings with the Ananda Edition of Telugu Bharatam and noted the Thus the Ratnavali may have a distant usefulness readings.
edition.
to

us

as

testimonia.

INDIA OFFICE LIBRARY. LONDON

is

Our indebtedness much closer for the

India Office Library, London authorities of this library obliged us


to

the

supplying at nominal cost an excellent photographic copy of

by

24

the 18 Parvas of Andhra Mahabharata. This forms an imporknown as the1 London tant item of our critical apparatus, Edition.

We
bharata.
1.

list

the collection of the India Office Library of

Maha-

Tel

Edited by M. Venkata KrishnamacharKrishna Sastri and T. Vijaya Venkata R. yulu; I Adi to Udyoga Parvas. Jyotisha Vol. KavL Raghava
67, 68

Kalaiiidhi Press. Saka

1755.

Vol. II Bhishma Parva to end. Press. Madras. Saka 1755.


2. Tel.

Jyotisha Kalanidhi

71.

Andhra Bharatamu.

Yuddha Pancha-

kamu. Bhishma to Sauptika Parvas. Edited by R. Venkata Krishna Sastrulu. Jyotisha Kalanidhi Saka 1772. Press.
3.

Tel.

83,

84.

Andhra Bharat Kavyamu.

by Karalapati Rangayya.
nidhi Press. Madras.

Two

Edited Volumes. Kala-

1852.

Prepared under directions of G. P.


in
his

Brown and annotated

handwriting.
4. Tel.

Harivamsa Parana by Sambhudasa Errapragada. Edited by Karalapati Rangayya.* InTo Uttarabhagam Aswasa 4. Kalacomplete. nidhi Press Madras 1858.
54.

1 In an earlier section of the preface we wrote that the front page' of Adi Parva of this edition is not available. This is true of the London copy. But subsequently we discovered copy of the Adi Panchaka of Aluri Ekamra
.

Josyulu in the special collection of the

Andhra University. This contains the front page which is exactly the same as found on the Bhishma Parva of the London Edition. The Jyotisha Kalanidhi and Vartamana Tarangini Presses Thus the account ofthis edition is complete. are mentioned here also.
2.

In an

earlier section of the preface

we

furnished available informa-

Josyulu. Here we take opportunity to furnish information regarding Karalapati Rangayya Garu. The reader is referred for details to the account about him in the Andhra Kavula Charitra Part III by late Veeresaslingam Pantulu. Karalapati Rangayya (1814-1863) belongs He is a poet also and wrote two to the Vaisya Caste, Vaishavaite by faith. Kavyas, the Bhutapuri Mahatmya and Kavijana Manoharamu. He was Telugu and Sanskrit Pundit, in Pachaiyappa Mudali High School and Presidency High School. He also served as the Head Pundit in the Hindu Boys' High School, Madras which is described as Vani Mandapa,' the audience
tion regarding Aluri

Ekamra

25

The India Office Library does not possess any manuscripts of the Telugu Mahabharata.
DENVER PUBLIC LIBRARY
(U.S.A.)

Mahabharata

of Andhra of Denver, Colorado U.S.A. We had preliminary correspondence with the authorities of this library. From the first description given about it, we infer that it relates to the Yuddha Panchaka. The manuscript is about 120 years old, we are informed. It may not go beyond 1800 AD. Further the manuscript seems to be split up into 3 parts and shared between the Denver Public Library ; Colorado State College in Greely and Colorado State University in Fort Collins. We fully appreciate the love for
could
discover a palm-leaf manuscript in the Public Library of the City
(

We

Foot Note Contd, From page 25.

hall of the Goddess of learning.

Veerasalingam mentions that Rangayya published Teiugu Bharata, Bhagavata and Ramayaaa. From item 4 above we find that he edited Harivarnsa also. Rao Bahadur thinks that Rangayya is the first to publish Bharata etc., having carefully edited these books by eliminating the errors of scribes. This is partially correct for we know that Ekamra Josyulu contends the palm with Karalapati as far as the Mahabharata at least is concerned. Both the editions emerged almost simultaneously.

Karalapati Rangayya does not appear to be beset -with the financial hurdles encountered by Josyulu. The account which, the later gives us of his difficulties makes pathetic reading. Rangayya had the backing of a rich Vilamduda Sornasuiidaram Pillay, Rangayya pays homage to his person. patron ia a few artistic verses, published on the front page of the Mahabharata. The father of Somasundaram Pillay is Muthaya Pilla, a wealthy merchant, who obtained the grace of God Vrishachaleswara. His wife is Minakshi, a pious To them was born Somasundaram Pillay. He is of a chartitable lady.
disposition.

Just as he repaired at his expense many a neglected tank, dilapidated temple, rest gardens, drinking wells and summer water resorts, so Mr. Pillay undertook to restore to its pristine glory the Andhra Mahabharat written by.Great Poets like Nannaya, Tikkana and Sambudasa, by getting it thoroughly edited by scholars with a view to rid it of naistakrs committed by scribes. He printed the epic by the full inoon day in Margasira of Paridhavi, Saka 1775. This date corresponds to December 26, 1852. Prior to the publication of Mahabharata, Somasundaram Published the Bhaskara Ramayana and Uttara Ramayana. The printing of these books was done in the Kalanidhi Press of P. Kumarayya.
It appears that the Kalanidhi, Jyotisha Kalanidhi,

Vartarnana Taran-

gini

and Vivekadarsa were among the leading Printing establishments of this There was healthy rivalry among Them to publish standard works period. and classics. Considering the early days of Printing in Telugu, in the mid 19th century, we must heartily congratulate these pioneers. Their books are generally free from mistakes which we can scarcely claim for many books produced at the present day.

26

knowledge which induces these far off libraries to preserve with religious care and solicitude and old palm-leaf manuscript in an unknown script and language. We are amused at the which made them split up one manuscript and possess eagerness part of it. As we are busy at the present with the earlier books of Mahabharata, we did not actively pursue the history of this
Manuscript.

PRINTED EDITIONS AFTER 1900

issue the

While we find that a number of publishers attempted to Mahabharata in parts or the full complement during the period 1860-1900, either due to a veneration for the epic as the fifth Veda or out of commercial motives, we find that from the beginning of this century the number of such editions became fewer and fewer This is as it should be. Two prin.

ting establishments alone stand out prominent for their standard editions of Mahabharata-the Vavilla and Ananda Presses. It is not difficult to guess why this change came about. Firstly, when printing is introduced for the first time into the saturation country, there will be a plethora of editions.

point Secondly the novelty attached to a new experiment having disappeared, the public began to demand a high standard both in the scholarly and technical execution of the work. Powerful journals like the Amudrita Grandha Gintamani began to expose the shortcomings of ill-conceived and badly executed editions. It became quite a task
is

soon reached.

to

weather the storm of exacting criticism. Therefore many a smaller publisher felt it safe not to enter the arena for prin-

ting a vast

book

like

the Mahabharata.

have gancrally noticed some of the leading editions Under the Registration Act published between 1850-70.
of 1867

We

necessary to record the publication of books with the Re istrar of Books. The Records office at Madras has entry o many of the editions of Mahabharata issued after 1867. ome of these editions are described and r some periods t ey are not described. They are simply 1 sted. We give available details regarding some of these edit ons in appendix II. The law of the survival of the fittest are left with two editions the has operated here also. Vavilla and Ananda editions, They keenly contest the palm like for the scholarly editing and neatness of execution.
it

became

We

27

VAVTLLA AND ANANDA EDITIONS


question now facing us is which of them is the earlier Is the history of its development and so on. do not have indisputable evidence. As far as it goes we can 1 Vavilla find mention of Ramaswamy Sastry proceed. as joint publisher, with Saraswati Tiruvengalacharyulu, of the Adi Parva of Mahabharat in 1870. 2 This is printed in the Hindu Bhasha Sanjivani Press. In the same year we find another entry under the name of the same author 19/1.71 1870, This time they published Udyoga Parva. It is not

The

one.

What

We

We

clear

whether
as

it

is

Udyoga

alone.

The number of pages


Panchaka.

is

given

470.

It

may

be the whole Adi

Now

hope that Vemuri Venkata Krishnama Chetty & Sons will enhance their prestige by publishing the Andhra Mahabharata in the excellent manner they did the Bhagavata."

with regard to the Ananda edition issued by Vemuri Venkata Krishnamachetty & Sons. We hear of this firm in the Amudrita Grandha Gintamani. In its issue of 1894, the editor Poondla Rama Krishnaiah writes appreciatively of the edition " of Andhra we Bhagavatamu issued by this firm and says

meet with under the by of Rao Bahadur K, Viresalingam Pantulu and -editorship a Rayadurgam Narasayya Sastry Garu. This edition is justly
1.

From this we infer that the Ananda Edition of rata came subsequent to the year 1894. Here we the famous edition published this firm in 1901

Mahabha-

For a brief account of the

life

of the late scholar Vavilla

Garu (1832-1899) see Saraswata Sarvaswamu (Volume 2 Samchika 2) Aswayuja, Raktakshi, Year 1924. Here it is static! that Ramaswamy Sastry was born in the Village of Dandigunta near Nellore. He studied in the traditional manner. Having known the difficulties facts by students with palm-leaf manuscripts, he thought of taking to printing. In 1853 he established a small press and struggled throughout his life to print standard works with meticulous care. He won the appreciation of Maharajah Ananda Gajapathi of Vizianagaram, the Raja of Venkatagiri and other leading men. A story is narrated^to illustrate the care which was taken to avoid Printers Devils. When a forme is ready for printing, it will be exhibited outside the Press. Any one
Sastry
^

Ramaswamy

who can
2.

discover a mistake in

it

will

be paid at the rate of 8

as.

per error.

Vide

list

of printed editions in

Madras Records Office 47/4-71.'

Sastry was one of the well known scholars 19th century. Lakshmi Narasayya and Subba .Lakshamma were his parents. He was Pundit in the Christian College, Madras. He translated Kalidasa's Sakuntalam into Telugu as early as ^1894. ^Kandukuri Viresalingam Pantulu translated Sakuntalam in 1883, Viresalingam's translation is the most popular to this with its and

3.

Rayadurgam Narasayya

of the last quarter of the

day

style

28

famous

for the

Ananda
learned
others.

men

authorities associated with it. Since then the Press seems to have enlisted the co-operation of highly
like

Tevapperumallayya,

Bukkapattanam Ramanujayya, Tanjanagaram Puranain Suryanarayana Tirthulu and

The subsequent Ananda editions They made additions and subtractions


do not seem
his preface to the

are descended from this. here. For instance they

to acknowledge the debt they owe to Viresalingam and Narasayya Sastry. Tanjanagaram Tevapperumallayya in

the

1907 edition does not refer to the editors of Puranam Suryanarayana Tirthulu slightly made amends to this in his edition of 1922. We have also to
1909 edition.
the

improvement they effected. Viresalingam. and do not reference to the Narasayya Sastry give manuscripts they consulted in fixing their text. Surely they must have consulted
notice

The subsequent editors of the Ananda edition manuscripts. have adopted a more scientific method. They indicate the manuscripts consulted by them by letter symbols. This is certainly an improvement as it enables the reader to check up the evidence and form his own conclusions. There is still
further
also
for

room

for

improvement

here.

The Ananda
and

scholars

do not disclose the palm-leaf manuscripts which they used the collation of the text, tlie principles on which they selected
particular

these

manuscripts,,

their

description

so

on.

CRITICAL

TEXT OBJECTIVE-HOT SUBJECTIVE

A truly critical edition must place the fullest available evidence before the scholarly world and allow them to judge for themselves about the acceptability or otherwise of a particular
The critical text is an objective text as far as possible. reading. The editor has no doubt his own choice of a particular reading but does not seek to impose his view on the reader. In selecting a reading for the constituted text, the present editors tried to give primary importance to the readings of aim-leaf manuscripts. It does not mean that they chose a readin by merely numerical count. available n a single manuscript even if good reading is fau a of or host inferior to Looked ty readings* preferred

happy expression. Narasayya Sastry may have undertaken a fresh translation m order to bring it as near as possible to the commentaries of the drama. It is said that Narasiyya Sastr was the first to use spoken dialect in the drama for inferior Characters, Lat r on Vedam Venkataraya Sastry tried this experiment successfully in his rama Pratapa Rudriyamu, Narasayya Sastry was
-

intimately associated wit

the literary publications of the

Ananda

Press.

29

at from this standpoint,

the

edition

Narasayya Sastry
all

is

prescriptive

and not

of Viresalingain and In fact descriptive.

a sense, whether it is previous editions are prescriptive in the edition of Ekamra Josyulu, Karalapati Rangayya or any

other,

Brown's edition may have been perhaps Edition but it never got published.

Critical

EMERGENCE OF THE IDEA OF A CRITICAL EDITION

The

idea of a Critical Edition of

Andhra Mahabharata

seems to have vaguely emerged about the beginning of this The epoch making controversy about the Grandhika century. Bhasha (literary language) and the Vyavaharika Bhasha (Spoken language) paved the way for the emergence of the conception of a critical edition. Rao Saheb Gidugu Ramarnurthy Pantulu in his crusade for the spoken language took to an examination of former models of writing, In the course of his search for the use of the spoken dialect in older writings he began to ransack the manuscripts. This revealed to him new vistas of information. He found that many a passage written in the spoken dialect was transformed into Grandhika Bhasha by the votaries of purism in language. Rao Saheb raised his voice of protest against this high-handed activity of the scholars.

About the same time, Ramarnurthy Pantulu and his son Dr, G. V. Sitapati were engaged on the preparation of scholarly editions of our leading works on prosody like Appakaviyamu. To his astonishment Ramamurthy Pantulu discovered that Lakshanikas like Appakavi altered the readings of Mahabharata to conform to their views and theories of Telugu prosody. Everybody accepted the authority of the Telugu Bharatam as a standard work.
If the readings in this authoritative text are

made

to

In theories., the theory gains sanctity. this process they failed to notice that they did a disservice to great authors like Nannaya and other poets of Mahabharata in

answer to established

making them appear what they were really not. The Akhanda Vadi (the caesura which alternately agrees with the vowel and the consonant) is an important instance. Having seen how
tfie

readings of famous authors were altered indiscriminately to the conclusion that the printed texts must be subjected to a close comparison with which

Rao Saheb came

were undoubtedly

earlier.
is

of these works which

manuscripts This will establish the former shape nearer to the original poets' composition.

30

GJDUGU RAMAMURTHY PAKTULtr

The Rao Saheb expressed himself on this subject thus. The Mahabharata of Nannaya stands as a monument of the fame of King Rajaraja Narendra. As this great work was
written in Rajahmundry, it is but natural that the people of that are love it intensely. Not only that, the whole Telugu olds it in But it is the misfortune of esteem. country great sc that an of the Mahabharata which edition telugu olarship is author tative and its in trustworthy readings, has not come out so far, though the book itself is nine centuries old. The scholars of Andhra are guilty of not having undertaken this sacred task so far. They have not made any attempt to restore this venerable book to its pristine condition. If they do not take up this work even at this late stage, the love of Telugu

men

language is indeed open to question. the expose charge of pseudo sentiment. Resmen and men of action can achieve this objective ponsible if set forth on the task with tenacity. If the wave they quickly of patriotism and love of one's own language that sweeps the country at the present time is really genuine if it is not spurious I surely, hope, that those who launch upon this work will l receive all support from the country"
letters

of

for their

It will

itself to

OSMANIA HEARD THE CALL


Edition of

an unmistakable voice, a clarion call for a Critical Andhra Mahabharata, The prophetic bugle \v s sounded 46 years ago and we arc happy that it did not go utter y unheeded. We are in the midst of the stream. The ban The Osmania University under the able are not yet visible. leadership of Dr. D. S. Reddi, Vice-Chancellor heard the call and became alert, We will corne further to the subject.
It
is

OTHER VOICES
It is not necessary to multiply the opinions of scholars of Late Dr, C. R. Reddy was undoubtedthe previous generation. the of a critical edition of Mahabharata. of idea a champion ly invite the attention He was a lover of Mahabharat studies. of our readers to the opinion expressed by Dr. Reddy, commending the publication of* Sukthankar Memorial Volumes.

We

1,

Rajaraja

Narendra

Pattabhishcka
Edition,

Samchjka
II *

Page

128,

PubPreface

lished 1922.

Sukthankar VII, flagc


i

2.

Memorial

Volume

Analccta.

31

He

said

"

Dr. V,

S.

Suktliankar,

serious loss to Sanskritic

India sustained since the

contemporary of mine at
taking of
It

whose early death was the most and Oriental Learning generally that death of Dr, R. G. Bhandarkar, was a Cambridge. By far the greatest under-

India is the Critical Edition of the Mahabhabe recalled that this Critical Edition has been under preparation for over 25 years. Imagination staggers at the volume of labour, comparative study and critical work ' involved. Needless to say that Dr. Ramalinga Reddy would have welcomed a similar service to the Andhra Mahabharata.
rata.
will
3

modem

Rao Saheb Ramamurthy Pantulu was not merely content with giving the call for a Critical Edition of Telugu Bharatani but set on foot the preliminary work on his own initiative, He seems to have begun the comparison of the Adi Pan/a of Nanaaya Bhattu in order to obtain better and earlier readings. The contained in the volume which efforts are results of t s marked into our critical we admitte apparatus gi This is the ao Saheb's personal copy of Adi Parva preserved
c

'

Andhra University Library. It is interleaved and Ramamurthy Pantulu noted the Readings which he collected in this
in the

copy.

His

books

personal copy indicating " the sources of these readings. It is stated here Paiitulu took the 1914 Vavilla Edition of Andhra Bharata as the basis for his

after his death.

were presented There is a note on

to
this

the

Andhra Univcisity

comparison something like our Vulgate. He compared this with (1) the Palni-leaf manuscripts of the Saras wad Mahal 3 The Tanjore readings are marked Library, Tanjore. gi in our critical repertory (2) The edition of Adi Parva issued in 1847 gil.'
c
c

NJ8.: This was printed in the Saraswati Pitha Mudrakshara in the year Saka 1769, Phvanga, Adhika Jycstha, jSala the third Tithi, Monday, This edition is evidently the one said to have been published by Chinnaya Suri.
It

means
^

that the

Rao Saheb

(1847)

besides

some
text.

comparison of the

he pressed into service, It manuscripts and the collators who did the work for him. may be that a small team heade by his versatile son, Dr. G. V. for Sitapati did this work These arnamurthy Pantulu. are available for Adi arva The Sabha parva readings^ only. is empty _of readings, portion amaniurthy Pantulu broke the ic& As an individual he ecu d not have done more with his
"

one old printed edition for the palm-leaf manuscripts It is not known how many manuscripts the principles on which he selected these
selected

limited resources.

32

PRACTICAL

WORK

JAYANTI RAMAYYA PANTULU

It must have become evident very soon that sporadic work not yield results in the case of a gigantic idea like the Critical Edition of Mahabharata. There must be a vast collection of palm-leaf manuscripts, a country-wide search for them and >other old works. This is a work which an organisation with, plenty of resources could attempt with some hope of success.

will

Accordingly the Andhra Sahitya Parishat, Kakinada began a country wide collection of manuscripts. The genius behind 1 late Jayanti Ramayya. Pantulu Gara The this effort was
financial sinews
late

Rao Surya Rao Bahadur, Maharajah

must have been supplied by Andhra Bhoja, of Pithapuram. The

2 Library of the Sahitya Parishat Kakinada contains perhaps the largest collection of palm-leaf manuscripts of Andhra Mahabharata. At any rate it is the only library that has the distinction of lending us its vast collection for use in the preparation

of the

Critical

Edition.

there

With the non-co-operation movement of Mahatma Gandhi was a general revival in the country towards old values and
In the
field

hoary Indian Culture.


collection

of letters

it

took the form of

works.

and preservation of palm-leaf manuscripts and old Many an organisation took interest in this work. It

would have yielded abiding results if there was concerted action and a central library to preserve all the literary treasures collected. This seemed to be lacking. So that individual libraries
1. Jayanti Ramayya Parxtulu (1860-1941) was one of the bulwarks of Grandhika Andhramu, While Gidugu Ramamurthy Pantulu \vaged a battle Royal for the introduction of Slsta Vyavaharika Bhasha into literature and the education system at all levels, Ramayya Pantulu stood like a rock for His the Grandhika Bhasha or the traditional style for equally good reasons. Defence of Literary Telugu is a powerful plea for the classical style. It is saicl that it was mainly due to his efforts that Literary Telugu stood its ground in the

Universities.

Ramayya Pantulu was equally proficient in Historical Research and Epigraphy, He edited a number of lascziptions for the Government of India. "The Andhra Sahitya Parishat and the Suryaraya Andhra Nighantuvu -will make Ramayya Pantulu remembered by Telugu people for centuries,
are thankful to the authorities of this venerable Parishat, parti2. Garu for placing cularly its enlightened Secretary Sri Dantu Bhaskar Rao at our disposal 26 manuscripts of Adi Parva, Shabha Parva. and Aranya Parva. The last mentioned parve is considered in-auspicious. Hence it
is

We

The Kakinada Its copies are few and far between. rarely copied. Parishat alone could lend us 13 manuscripts of this rare Parva. hope to receive continued co-operation from this Parishat in our further work famous along with the blessings of Sivasri Bandaru Tammayya Gam, scholar and respected President of the Sahitya Parishat.

We

33
391

collected a few manuscripts for themselves and they could preserve them after the first flush of enthusiasm waned.

not
It

and continuous care of the manuscripts. By the time the Telugu Department Osmania University deneeded
cided
finance

much

upon

publication of the Critical Edition of Andhra

Maha-

bharata about 1964 and set about collection of palm-leaf manuscripts of the work, much damage was done in the field of manusSince printing was introduced into the country in an cripts. effective manner nearly 135 years ago 3 individual persons ceased to take interest in manuscripts, They almost began to forget this stage in our book-evolution process.

MANUSCRIPT COLLECTIONS

few older

libraries like

the

Gautami

Grandhalaya,

We hoped for a valuable collection with the palace

Rajahmundry preserved with difficulty some palm-leaf manusThis library was generous enough to lend us its manuscripts. The Andhra Historical Research Society of the same cripts. place possesses some manuscripts of Mahabharata. They arc not prepared to lend them outside. The Society published a descriptive catalogue of its manuscripts, Its needs improvement. The1^ Suryaraya Vidyananda Pustaka Bhandagarara of Pithapuram owned a few manuscripts and they lent them to as,
of Pithapurani

Vyakhya^ by the 19th century scholar It is said that the Lakshmipati Somayaji
Pithapuram got it copied on to the office of the
for his library.

Kdamkasha

asthelateRao Surya Rao Bahadur was a great patron ofleanuag but we were sadly disappointed. Either there was no response to our enquiry from any person in knowledge of Pithapuram a flairs or we were left to a blind chase which ended in Here nothing is ajesson about the state of affairs after the abolition of'Zurnindanes. One of the most serious losses and we are afraid it may prove a permanent loss-is the disappearance of the Bharata
c

Bharatam Maharajah of
it

Later on

SSS^T inestimable

JT book

senta^e even

to

Ma ?, ^ajah Pk*wd. Somehow this disappeared, it is said. We sent our renreChitrada-the home-town of late
llferary

Suryarava Andhra

was passed

Nighantuvu~a standard

Fa^T To
Family.

4d

enthmiaSt and
it

rda *ou of
in vain.

&
tl

our regret

was

all

IN TELANGANA

34

were

indistinctively

heard
started

here

also.

The Nizam

Rashtra

Andhra Mahasabha

some

round the scholars Seshadri ection formed the manuscripts and inscriptions. Their col Mandali. nucleus of the Lakshamanaraya Paris odhaka arishat, Hyderabad This Mandali and the Andhra Saraswat which is a live instit tion, lent us some manascripts. We hoped for much from an ol library like the Rajaraja Narendra Bhasha ood a Nilayamu, Hanuma onda. This library did possess m. to enthusi collection but we fai ed to rouse the authorities 1 ao It is to the credit of Karimnagar that Sri B. Venkatrama manuscr Chairman of the Library of the place gave us some pts of Mahabharata.

Ramana Kav

literary

sent activity lu for collection of

and

wish to refer to the sad state of affairs of the libraries of some of our leading Samsthanams of the last generation. We say this just to invite ttention of the authorities in succession to rescue what can still e rescued from the great library treasures of^ these courts. or instance we could get only some matted palm-leaves from a mous centre of learning like Gadwal. We were much grieved to hear that a similar fate overtook the valuable collection of White ants the relentle s vandals the Rajahas of Venkatagiri. The fort of Viz anagaram are busy there and every where. where that most loved and enlightened ruler, Mahar* a Ananda Gajapathi held his court, could not offer any manuscripts.

Though

it

may sound

repetition

we

We add some details about the coll ction of palm-leaf manuscripts and old printed Editions lodged in the library, ort Vizianagaram. Dr. Nl V, Satyanarayana of Andhra University collectc this information for us. The fort Library will not lend its manuscripts or boo s outside.
Palm-leaf manuscripts of Rhishma, Drona, Kama, Salya, Stri and Santi Parvas aie available but they are very badly damaged and cannot he

handled.

One peculiarity of this collection is that it contains paper manuscripts of Adi Parva (except Aswasas 2 and 8) and second Aswasa of Sabha Parva, Except Brown manuscripts we did not so far come across any paper manusAdi and Sabha Parvas are written in note books. How old they arc cripts. and what the exemplar is from which they are copied, cannot be ascertained.

We also find here an edition of Adi Parva printed in 1891, in the Another interesting possession Saraswativilasa Mudrakshara Sala, Madras.
1.

remember with

Dr. T. Koteswar Rao,

now Telugu

pleasure the efforts of a former student of mine Lecturer, in securing this collection for us,

35

of this library is the Amnaya Kalanidhi commentary for Stri, Santi and AnnParthasarathi nelaturi sasanika Parvas, written by lyengar. This is 94 in the Sasirekha Printing Press, Madras. published in the years 1892

We received information that the 1915 Edition (Vavilla?) with Bharata Samjivani, cornmeri ary is available in the Maharajah's College, Vizianagaram. How old is t e Bharata Samjivani Vyakhya we are not able to st te. The autho s of I* s commentary D. Sm yanarayana Sastry and Gh, undara Rama astry eady appear in the British Museum Library Gata ogue. It has st to be enquired which of these commentaries Bharata Samj vani or Arnnaya "alanidhi appeared earlier.
A
few details regarding the author of Amnaya Kalanidhi have come
consider it worthwhile to record them here. to our knowledge. In the course of this fairly long prefa e 3 I tried to collect forgotten information con* not strictly relevant to our subject but since cerning our literary men. It

We

the sources of information are ast disappearing,

it is

felt

what still ramains

in the

hope

at other scholars will follow

necessary to preserve it up.

Ac
in

The author of Amnaya Kalanidhi, Nelaturi Parthasarathi lyengar the second son of the pious parents, Raghava and Venkatarnbika. Nrisirnha was his grand-father and Venkataraya was his grcat-grand-father. They belong to the Bharadwaja gotra. Niishuuha Tatacharya, the preceptor of p arthas rathi Iyer ar is said to be a dependent of the famous Vaishnava
is

arya
astras
t

-otikanya

om Anan

anam Tatacharya. Partliasarddti received instruction a Saraswati, Our Commentator is a stauch Vaishnava

an
at

consi ered Adwa tins as Dushyas, perhaps heretics. This shows that even e close of the last century inter-sect prejudices were still keen.
Parshasaratdi belongs to Ncllorr
"

according to his statement.

"learning by writ ing a Tclugu Gommcne proposes to wiite a ry to Manu inriti. Now commentary to Tcluqu haratam, T e Amnaya Ka anidhi was published in January 1 894 at the di borough At this time riming Press o Kuppuswamy St'lty in Madras. ar asarathi yengar was Tc ugu Pundit in Hindu Theological High School, ras. Subsequently he seems to have; shifted to the district of his Nel or District and he became Tclugu Pundit in the Venkatutnri origin,' Rajah's

states he

won

He

the approb

Ma

Hig

School.

Our information shows that the Kalanidhi commentary for Santi Parva is published once in Januar 1II94 from the Edinborough Press and again m May 1894 from the Sasirckl a Press, We do not know if our informamants committed an error or we xavc to r coneile these statements thus. Santi Parva one of the most wi dy road 'arvas of is^ Mahabharata, particularly by religious minded elders because t contains Mosksha Dharma. commentary for it is deservedly popular. I ence the need arose for issuing Santi Parva with Amnaya Kalanidhi Vyakhya twice in ihr course of one year.

IN

RAYALASEEHA
extend
far,

Our
aged and

contacts with Rayalasecrna did not respected patriot, Sri Kalluri Subba

The

Rao Garu

lent his

36

manuscripts to the Sarada Niketanam Library, Guntur. The We authorities of this place were silent when approached. tried at Karvetinagaram with no fruit. The Chittoor District alone exhibited the silver lining to the cloud. We could get
,

some manuscripts of Mahabharata through the good offices of our friend Dr. Nanduri Ramakrishnamacharyulu. More interesting is the case of our acquisition of one copy of the whole Mahabharata except perhaps the Adi Parva, from the1 Sri Kanyaka Parameswari Temple, Vayalpadu, Chittoor District.

Among the regular Libraries where the manuscripts are maintained properly be mentioned the Tanjore Library, Government Oriental Manuscripts Library, Madras, the Theosophical Library, Adyar, the University Libraries of Andhra, Sri Venkateswara and Osrnania. We got selected manuscripts collated at these places,, for us. The Andhra and Venkateswara Universities went further and have lent us two manuscripts at a time for collation purpose for which we are thankful to them.
Numerous
lovers

of literature

donated

their

palm-leaf

manuscripts, and old printed editions of Mahabharata to the full list of these project and laid us under a debt of gratitude. donors is appended separately.

SCHOLARS AND MAHABHARATA READINGS


Almost since literary journalism got establis *ed in the Telugu country, scholars used the forum of journa s to discuss the readings of Mahabharata. It took the shape o examining
1.

As

it illustr

tes a beautiful

our
cute

eople

and

will g vc a few details. families, there s a custom to hold hagavata in rr igious veneration.

we

tendency, prevalent among a Now in the countryside, in

section of
nsophisti-

books

like

Mahabharata,

Owners

of these classics o

mayana T them,

Gan ha

We

(Sandal)
to

came

know

possessed
secret.

some

deities. Malya (Garlands) etc as they offer to house-h^ that the Kanyaka Parameswari Temple of ayalpadu It was a guarded manuscripts of Mahabharata.
"

our with the last Him bastion of , Vaisyas, women are the trustees of this excellent t( mple. After prolonged correspondence the writer of this preface proce< dec! in person to Vayalpadu in 1964. At a very touching ceremony the enlighter ed Trustees of this temple presented their jealous treasure, the Mahabharata bundles to us. Not even sage Kanva could have felt so sad at the departure of Sakuntala as^ did the Trustees of the Vayalpadu Temple feel when the manuscripts of Mahabharata left their sacred precincts.
t

remember with pleasure the note of introduction given by


Minister for Agriculture, to the Trustees of the

Sri P.

Thimma Reddy, now

temple, in this behalf.

37

the readings adopted in printed texts, with a view to their grammatical correctness, prosody and appropriateness with regard Often the deviations made by fhe authors to Rasa or sentiment, ahabharata from the Sanskrit text in the course of the Telugu of translation used to be discussed. Articles on the appreciation of the literary excellence of Mahabharat poets are innumerable. Articles of the former type, on grammar and prosody are not so tried to make numerous but they too are considerable. a bibliography of these critical articles so that they may be of use to the editors in constituting the critical text. Though started in right earnest., it was given up in the middle.

We

We

feel

handicapped.

that devoted some space for these on Mahabharata mention may- be made chiefly of the Amudrita Grandha Gintamani whose editor Poondla Ramakrishnaiah was a fearless critic. Series of highly learned discussions would appear in this journal on points of grammar or

Among
c

the journals

critical articles

'

prosody. Writers would accept the Andhra Sabda Chintamani ascribed to Nannya or the modern work Balavyakarana as the norm for grammatical discussion. To quote only one instance the following verse occasioned a lively controversy.

&*

*eo. 2-333

The context is Sri Krishna advising Arjuna in Salya Parva come out of the chariot with haste and that he (Krishna) would get down next. In this verse there is a grammatical and in the third line where the word prosodial^ peculiarity Z>ti3 beginning with a hard consonant must become a soft tfX consonant as it follows a Druta Prakritika. fisfc I. The first personal pronoun is considered a Druta eading word. Hard consonants following the Druta become softened. They become voiced consonants. If this rule is applied here and pf becomes b the Prasa or rhyme principle is infringed. Poet^Tikkana author of this verse cannot be accused of such a solecism. The alternative will be to assume that the labiodental rhymes with the soft consonant 'b' for which there is no warrant. This is not accepted by some even for Yati purposes. Appakavi the Lakshanika quoted this verse (3-373) as an instance of
to
* 9
'

'

'

'

38

He seems to think that the hard consonant Sandhi-gata-prasa. ' in the context of prasa. labio-dental v the to p changes He wo ild have been justified in this assumption, if the preceding sound is a Kala and not a Druta. The first personal pronoun So the in the singular is read among the Druta Prakritikas.
'

'

word following

it

must be changed

to

soft

consonant only.

This prayoga of Tikkana Somayaji aroused a 1 vely controversy and remains unresolved to the satisfaction of al the scholars, Parvat swara Sastry A scholar of the 19th century, Mandapaka He says cc we have to make a offered a clever explanation. distinction between the two forms of the first personal pronoun & l3&. One begining with the vowel and another with the consonant. We have to treat the vowel-beginning form of the end ng. In pronoun as a Kala word i.e. not having the nasal s e quite will into v that case the c *ange of the letter p for asis is no there as ous the Ingen explanation is, regular.
c
'
'

assuming that

e first personal

word and sometimes


There are

pronoun Kala word.


ticklish

is

sometimes a Druta

problems of grammar and Scholars eagerly range themselves prosody of tl e Mahabharata. battle and a into contend ng camps rages with full heat. literary Dr. G. R. the in Sometimes t ere is less light controversy. is humour of sense ood a reported Reddy who s credited" with The d putations of scholars are parushas to have observed once This aralas (soft consonants)." (hard consonants) and not the about The dscussions is only by the way. Prayogas of 1 Mahabharata are really high performances. They are carr ed Gran ha Amudrita The this on with tenacity even to day. to h gh loss a severe It was Gintarnani disappeared long ago.

many

such

class

ke place is taken by journals as Sanchi Parishat Patrika, Ugadi Bharathi, Andhra Sahitya Parisothe Andhra of Patrika) (Annual literary supplements
literary journalism.
Its
1

dhana,

etc.

discussions find a place in the prefaces to the different mention the introduction to of Mahabharata. Edition the (1901) written by the Scholar Vireshalingam Venkata Ranga Sastry where he raised many of Sataghantam Malladi Suryanarayana these points at issue. Similarly late c Abhinava title the who Vaganusasana' enjoys Sastry Garu, Grammar) discusses (a modern counter part of Nannaya in

Such

editions

We

39

some of

to the the readings of Mahabharata in his introduction not known) Vavilla Edition of Mahabharata (year of publication in his Sastry discusses some of
.

Elsewhere
the

essays

Suryanarayana

regarding Sanskrit Prayogas of Nannaya 1 jfsSctft t Stfc&r* the (poetic Under caption: examines some of these readings.

compounds.
licence)

he

A serious
deal

attempt will have to be


articles
2

made

graphy of the
with

on Mahabharata ?
prosody.

prepare a bibliochiefly of those that


to

grammar and
those

edition of Andhra

who began to think actively about a critical Mahabharata we may mention the late scholar Korada Rama Krishnaiah Garu, sometime Head of the Telugu Ramakrishnaiah wrote a CriDepartment,, Madras University, tical appreciation of the sublime poetry of Tikkana Somayaji 3 Andhra Bharata Kavita Vimarsanamu. in his Apart from this Ramakrishnaiah published a highly thought provoking arti3 Andhra Bharata Patha Nirnaya Padhati/ cle with the caption This is a very sane and balanced approach to the problem. Ramakrishnaiah tried to throw more light on the discussion. regarding readings by bringing in the evidence of contemporary We may not be able Inscriptions to bear on a particular usage. to agree with him in some of his findings. He thinks that Nana had in his naya rigid consistency Prayogas. We do not think that this will be fair to Mm. If Nannaya were the first regular poet of Telugu, ~as we all feel, it will be better to credit him with some flexibility in Prayoga than stern rigidity. For instance the Prasa called Swa-vargaja Prasa may be rare in Nannaya. But we need not labour to deny him an occasional use of it as 4 in -the verse of Adi Parva, However we are happy to find that the method adopted by the present editors is not much removed from the sensible path chalked out by the unostenta-

Among

tious

scholar,

Ramakrishnaiah.

The writer of, this preface agrees with Ramakrishnaiah c in using the testilanguage of contemporary inscriptions as monia for evaluating the of the of
5

Prayogas

poets

Mahabharata,
.

301-816

2.

We A

are informed that the A.P.

the Bibliography of literary articles.

Sahitya

Akademv commissioned

mo-7^0
4.

1937-38.

of Research of the ^ T pnental Part 1.16. K.


lals
I.

University of Madras.
S.

Volume

II

Page

Ramakrishnaiah and

Lakshmipati Sastry.

40

Nannaya. Like the bibliogarphy of articles on Bharata, could not so far implement this. To this extent we are handicapped.
chiefly

we

Much

nearer to us

is

the scholar

Krishna Sarma Garu, who is one of our senior men of letters and our adviser. He is one of the latest critics to give a call for critical In an editions of standard works including Mahabharata. 1 article in Bharathi he pleads the need for a Critical Edition.

poet Rallapalli

Ananta

DR. C. NARAYANA RAO

GARUDOPAKHYANA

more serious and sustained effort for laying down the tracks for a Critical Edition of Mahabharata was done by late Dr. C. Narayan Rao, the talented pupil of Rao Saheb Gidugu

Ramamurthy Pantulu. Dr. Narayan Rao undertook the specimen editing of the story of Garutman in Adi Parva. For this purpose Narayan Rao selected 92 Palm-leaf manuscripts and two
of these printed editions is that of 1847, and Ramanujacharya. The prepared by Chinnaya Suri other is the Vavilla Edition in which Ramamurthy Pantulu have used this in our critical apparatus. made his notes.
printed editions.

One

We

He analysed his palm-leaf manuscripts on a rational basis, indicating the district from which a manuscript has been obThe details given by tained, the person who acquired it etc. Narathe scribe at the end of his laborious task are also noted. yana Rao's manuscripts are mostly from the Sahitya Parishat, Kakinada. handful are from the Gautami Library, RajahThe districts of Nellore, Chittoor, Anantapur yielded mundry.

many
What

manuscripts.

few

came from Godavari,

Krishna

and Guntur,

The Doctor

exactly this means is are lodged in the Sahitya Parishat. Narayan Rao's collection are does not contain any manuscripts from Telangana. this for area the ancient of in Telugu lucky getting representation Country, Narayan Rao does not appear to have utilised the Brown paper, manuscripts, the palm-leaf manuscripts of the Oriental Library, Madras, the collections of our Universities etc. are fortunate in having access to all these and we are

claims many from Dakshina Desa. not clear. These manuscripts also

We

We

1.

fiS$Tj;$tfy>

-W8

"$X>cfo"306DcfocO. T^tffi.
Sri

tftfo&ife.

1980.

Scholars

Sri

R. A. Krishna Sarma,
Sastry

Vemparala Suryanarayana
external
advisers

Sastry and Sri Dipala Pichayya members of the Board.

are our

and

41

utilising this privilege

paratus
this

is

vaster

and more

Our critical apas far as practicable. will come back to varied.

We

subject.

With

Rao proceeded
is

the creditable collection at his disposal Dr. Narayan 1 to specimen edit the Garudopakhyana, con-

taining about 120 verses. the attempt of Narayan

What Rao to

strikes

the eye immediately

retain the spelling of

manus-

cripts with all its peculiarities and oddities. will only get confused and he will be scared

that the critical Edition is mean lay reader. But if a vast work ike Mahabharata is printed in the spelling that has gone out o vogue, it will serve no useful These vast tomes wil only serve to adorn an antepurpose.

lay reader away. It is true more for the scholar than the

The

quated library.
necessary
to

Hence the
the

present
scribal

resucitate

did not think it peculiarities of palm-leaf


editors

manuscripts, Rao are the

same

For the rest the principles adopted by Narayan as adopted in the present Critical Edition.

Narayan Rao's greatest contribution to the study of Nannaya is his extensive analysis of the language of the eleventh It is a vast mine of informacentury, running over 200 pages. tion. He enhanced the value of this study by a similar exposition about

Dr.

pre-Nannaya language.

equally instructive study of the language of the preNannaya period and of Nannaya's Bharata is made by Prof. G. J. Somayaji in his book Andhra Bhasha Vikasamu. We 2 have a few more aids in the analysis of Nannaya's

An

language.

COMMENTARIES ON ANDHRA

MAHABHARATA
of the com-

Among our testimonia, mention mentaries on the Telugu Bharata.

may be made

ielugu was looked down as order in literary estimation. referred to this in an indirect This disdain for Telugu way. or anything Desi must have come from the high browed votaries oi banskrit. The contrast between Telugu which wasjust
1.

There was a time when something ,of the second or third The first poet of Telugu, Nannaya

History of

Telugu Language.

Volume

II.

Pages.

1535-1570.

f i?T
i

2 j a u

P ra
nl

ng-Nannaya Yugamu and Nanny a's Bharata by Dr. D. Venkatane f the membtrs of the Editorial Board. Nannaya Pada-Prayoga n
rdance
for

Na^aya's Language, published by A.

P.

Sahitya

42

crawling on the ground in the eleventh century A.D. and Sanswhich had reached its heights some centuries prior to that period, must have made hard-core Sanskritists to ridicule or at least to be sceptical about attempts to create serious literature in Telugu. The Andhra Sabda Gintamani, ascribed to Nantakes up a very reasonable attitude on this issue and argues 1 naya, " Wise men love their country, their language and their mode of dress, manners etc. They evince keen interest in Vaikrita Kavyas (i.e. Kavyas in Desa Bhasha) to the exclusion of others." The others referred to here must be Sanskrit and Prakrit Kavyas languages which have receded into the background.
krit

There

is

Nannaya

is

in his attempt to translate Sanskrit Mahabharata and how he overcame it. He says c just as Narayana (Srikrishna) stood by Arjuna in the great war of Bharatas, so Narayana Bhattu, the master of literature, friend and co-student of Nannaya stood by him (in the battle for Telugu) and helped him in the great task." The reference is unmistakable though very gentle and poetic. Nannaya was very careful about the susceptibilities of the wise among Sanskrit scholars and paid hearty homage' to them as we showed at the beginning of this preface.

a 2 verse in the prologue to Mahabharata in which said to indicate the opposition which he encountered

more explicit and trenchant protest against the superior of Sanskrit worshippers was voiced by Vinnakota Peddana, author of Kavyalamkara Gudamani. He belongs to the " 15th He exclaims can early century. any one devise any cure for the disease which spurns anything in the name of Telugu because it is Telugu, though it abounds in all the virtues of a Sanskrit Kavya, in matters of Rasa and Alankara and which has the added beauty of the caesura and Prasa." (9-4) Since then
airs

centuries rolled on.


like

Vasucharitra began to be rendered into Sanskrit. Men of letters began to think that Telugu work like Mahabharata merited a learned commentary.
It

Telugu came into

its

own.

Telugu Kavyas

must have been

in this

mood

that a scholar of the early

19th century wrote the Bharata

Kulamkasha Vyakhya.

This

-5--r*oJD =ur*;5oS3 ^ctfo

&

2,

^catedW^r'SSS. 1~:U26 43

scholar

is

Bharatam Lakshmipati SomayajL

The very surname

mily of learned men specialised in Mahabharat studies. ey must have been respected Pauranikas " of Mahabharata, o far we could not get any authentic information about the life of this learned scholar. Besides the Bharata
indicates that this

Kulamkasha Commentary, Lakshmipati Somayaji is the author of a small work1 Sakata Repha Nirnaya. This deals with the words containing the hard r and the soft r ' sounds as gleaned from Mahabharata of Kavitraya. Lakshmipathi quotes for his authority the verses of the epic at each stage.
'

'

is a vaster and more sustained Lakshmipati does not explain every verse of the Telugu Bharata. It is a running commentary, sometimes in Sanskrit and sometimes in Telugu. He often quotes the original Mahabharata in support of his commentary. Alamkaras are pointed out. Grammatical points are expounded. Lakshmipati is keen on following the story of Pandavas in a chronological manner. The ages of the Pandava borthers when they came to toe court of Kauravas after the death of Pandu are worked out in detail Subsequent events in their life like the at Varans and the conflagration in the lac-house sojourn are closely aatecL home of his interpretations are

The Eharata Kulakmkasha

work.

queer and far fetched.


1900 by

-m
It

the

5 a^ffS
be a

C0ntamlng

^ ""^rfon
on

^S S

in n

uf c

-P'
is

"

catd

Lord

GaunpS P
me
in
this

inspired

me
this

on

he tS acclu^lf?' v to rn^ Y dr d S

*m
'

work
'

^ ^ ^T,!
J
,

he author **Y* u h
in
?-

Sakaui

Rcpha

a Slc.ka

"Oh
You

Andhra Bhash *'


"

Andhra

it'h but

m^t

Slnce Y commissioned ^ L)aiva an sl nce you arc the creator of L)aivaanslnce fJ 1

treatls

For

lie comments on the verse 1 instance of Tikkana that the poet lived like a Vaidika. He had no need to accept employment. He interprets the word Vaidika literally as opposed Niyogika/ Among the Telugu Brahmins one sect to adopted service under the governments of the day and came * be known as those who or Niyogikas/ accepted Niyoga employment. The other sect kn~ *n as Vaidikas were more conservative They shunned se ^e under government and stuck to the r traditional way of li e with study of Vedas, performance o sacrifices etc. Laks mipati's interpretation is matter of ct. What the poet really intended was that he combined t e path of Karma with the path of Bhakti. To these he joined literature as a mode of worship.
c
'

'

'

keen on the exposition of points of Vedanta appears to be well-versed in Dharma Sastra. Some of the texts which he quotes in support of points of Telugu grammar 1 are not familiar. He sometimes cites himself as authority. ealing with the verse we were at a loss to know the source o this canon. We now know that this is found in his Sakata epha Nirnaya (Verse 60).
Lakshmipati
is

and Dharma.

He

Altogether the Bharata Kulamkasha is a very learned and highly interesting running commentary on Telugu Bharata that Lakshmipati elevated the Telugu epic to a high literary status deserving a Sanskrit commentary is really commendable. This commentary deserves to be published in full. Late Elurupati Ramabhadra Chayanulu garu led the way by printing the Sabha Parva portion of the commentary of Lakshmipati.

We

have already referred


scholars

to the

mentary of the

Chadaluvada

Bharata Samjivani comand Dandigunta. It

ijfi.

ITS'.

)<b

119.

S'n

"Sfosoc^^
1.

^feScfltf

u^QSi

;i>6so;5

Ef&koxktfG #b?jtft>o&r 1-8-203. e^ O o>

"3

is

if

Adi and Virata Parvas only. We are not aware, the wrote commentary for any more portions. As far they as it goes it is a highly scholarly effort. They took care to fix a themselves and text for then wrote the commentary. good up
available for

The

by them appeared to us very sensible used this commentary in editing Adi Parva. We could not secure copy of Bharata Samjivani for 1 the Virata Parva. This commentary is for each poem and prose passage. It proceeds by the method of Tika and Tatparya.
readings accepted
tested.

and well

We

Another commentary for the Telugu Bharata is styled written by Nelaturu Parthasarathi Amnaya Kalanidhi Pundit Senior in the Rajah's High School, Ayyangar, Telugu wrote He commentaries according to him on Venkatagiri. The Amnaya Kalanidhi makes Manusmriti and Santi Traya.
'
5

The Tatparya portion brings out the ideas fairly In my opinion this commentary is no match for the Bharata Samjivani in the critical Text. The commentator did not exert himself to fix up a good text. The readings accepted by him are not well tested. Hence it falls short of the high standard of Bharata Samjivani. It is curious that in a text published in 1925, the verses are not numbered. We quote the 1 comparative text of Vavilla and Amnaya Kalanidhi to illustarte
easy reading.
well.

the point.
readers will appreciate the difference in the readings accepted by each. The force of the simile is lost in the Amnaya. There are other instances of this nature.

The

jit

tf

tftfo

J^o&k

fco

TTtfg

cflootf

1-868.]

We appeal to the scholars and libraries of Andhra copy of Virata Parva commentary, if available with them.
46

to

lend in

tin-

Another scholar/ late Akondi Vyasa Murthy Sastri Garu wrote a commentary for the Adi Parva, known as Bharata Phakki. This is more an eagle-eyed view of the method of Nannaya's translation than a regular annotation. The passages of the original Mahabharata are put in juxtaposition with Nannaya's rendering. Such a method may not yield results, for the poets of Andhra Mahabharata never attempted a literal translation of the original. Their's is the method of a masterly swimmer who cannot be tied down to ordinary conventions.
is not a critic who can be easily said to have attempted a full translation of the Mahabharata in the modern era. One portion of it, the Adi Dhara alone saw the light of day. The credit of having translated the whole of Mahabharata single handed goes to a

Vyasa Murthy Sastry


aside.

brushed

He

is

contemporary of Vyasa Murthy Sastry. He is Mahamahopadhyaya Sripada Krishna Murthy Sastry. This version is called Sri Krishna Bharata. Marathon, though the labour of Krishna in translating this stupendous epic, has been Murthy Sastry in the realm of aesthetic poetry it can approach the work of Kavitraya from a respectable distance only. The twin aims of

Nannaya prasanna-katha-kalitartha yukti a story-telling which a pleasing style made is akshara ramyata perspicuous and Mere transthe Kavitraya Bharata a poem of sublime poetry.
c

'

lation

cannot

rise

to

these

heights.

poets Tirupathi Venkata Kavulu, who are also a small booklet vtftf 3";$,;5coex>. in which scholars wrote great

The famous

1. It is said that in the modern period three scholars attempted a full translation of Mahabharata (1) Akondi Vyasa Murthy Sastry (3860-1916),

(2) Sripada Krishna Murthy Sastry and Taduri Lakshmi Narasimham Pantulu (1856-1936). One of them, late Krishna Murthy Sastry alone succeeded in translating the full Mahabharata, 18 Parvas. Taduri Lakshmi Narasimham Pantulu is said to have attempted the translation of Virata and Udyoga Parvas only. No portion of this is published. Vyasa Murthy Sastry succeeded in rewriting 13 Parvas of Mahabharata, out of which the Acli Parva portion called Adi Dhara was published in 1939 at Pithapuram. Vyasa Murthy Sastry was a well known scholar of Sanskrit and Telugu in his time. He was the Senior Pundit for Telugu and Sanskrit in the Government Arts He wrote several other books. He was considered College, Rajahmundry. an incarnation of Veda Vyasa Maharshi.

The diction of Vyasa Murthy Sastry is terse though meaningful. It is more scholarly than popular. Adi Dhara contains the stories of Adi Parva. Unlike Nannaya, Vyasa Murthy Sastry introduced the Brahma Ganapati
incident into the story.

47

they seem to

answer some of the objections raised by Vyasa Murthy Sastry in his Bharata Phakki.
are aware of a small handy edition of the Mahabharata by the harata Grandhamala. These volumes are ably annotated by ri Palle Purna rajnacharya of Guntur. do not know i the whole Maha harata is issued in this series. It is like the Verity edition of S akespeare, brief but standard.

We

issued

We

Andhra Mahabharata is invariably prescribed as a book The of study in the Universities and lower levels of education. University of Madras issued various portions of this epic, as a Able scholars were entrusted with the part of its selections, As such they may prove of some task of editing these portions. help in checking up readings.
ORIGINS OF THE SCHEME IN THE OSMANIA UNIVERSITY
/

Here we quote one


report.

or two paragraphs

from a previous

Dr. N. V. Subba Rao, the then 1959, Co-ordinating Officer, University Grants Commission Unit, Osmania University invited proposals with financial estimates about Development schemes for implementation in the III

On

August

12,

I, (K. Lakshmi Ranjanam then Prof. & Head of the Telugu Dept) consulted the members of the Telugu tter with late Kuruganti SeethDept. and discussed the

Plan period.

arama Bhattacharya of he anskrit Academy, Osmania UniHe and I consi ere the proposal for a book in Telversity. " OXFORD COthe lines of the on ugu ngl sh Publication MPANION TO CLASSICAL LITERATURE." But my mind was set on something more substantial-something, which in

" Our country men will not willingly let the words of Milton I said to Prof. Seetharamaiah "Let us attempt the forget". on of the CRITICAL EDITION publica a scheme about which our great men dreaHARATA, med _ ants like Sir C, R. Reddy, G^dugu Ramamurthy Pan-

MAHA
tulu,

OF ANDHRA

Jayanti

Ramayya

Pantulu, Vetur
it

Prabhakara Sastry and


.

een an ideal publication Surely it to this generation to if they undertook it. le Perhaps they Did not attain bless dness by the services of Mahabharata.
other stalwarts.

would have

Bammera
Tikkana

him and

otaraju feel that great " ^ets like Nannaya and ^ver the translation of haJBhagavata to enable will earn Dharma blessedness by writing it. to atta some me to boot, if we serve t e great national epic of
le

We

Andhra."
48

Bhattacharya was impressed and encouraged me wholeheartedly to proceed with the idea. Even at the outset we wished to plan the project on the lines a opted by the Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, Poona in t eir monumental scheme We planned for the Critical Edition of Sanskrit Ma abharata. about five volumes including the Index Volume with an estimate of Rs. Two lakhs and I forwarded the scheme to Dr. Subba

Rao on

31-8-1959.

Committee examined the proposals and after pruning up the scheme with its recommendaThe Senate of the Osmania University considered it at tion. meeting held on February 25, 1961. But the Mahabharata Financial Project was assigned to the second priority schemes. assistance was sought from the University Grants Commission. When Dr. D. S. Kothari, the learned Chairman of the University Grants Commission visited Osmania University, this writer ventured to mention the project to him. Dr. Kothari's words It is a great attempt, No of encouragement are memorable in of for lack finance this ever suffered scheme country. worthy The U.G.C. advised the UniPlease go ahead with self-help.

them

to Rs. 1,36,000 sent

'

versity to
cial

approach in the first instance, the Ministry of Scientific Research and Cultural Affairs, Government of India, for finanassistance
for

the

Mahabharata

Project.

to

Accordingly application was made with a revised estimate * Government of India and the Government of Andhra
for

Pra

leve

At the State Government the then Minister for Cultural Affairs and ^ ri L. N. Gupta, Secretary took interest in the matter. The overnment of Andhra Pradesh agreed to bear 50% of Subthe cost of the project (Total estimate Rs. 1,75 000), of also sanctioned India 50% of sequently, the Government the into 1964-65. years expenditure on the project. This went up
financial
assistance.
,

ri

M. R. Appa Rao,

Dr. D.

bharata P he speaks

Reddi, Vice-Chancellor took interest in the MahaLike Will ; am the Silent, ect from the beginning.
.

an^ believes more

in concrete act

OIL.

He

could

gradually r ng t e University to make a prelim nary allotment Sr B, P. R. Vithal, the then Reg strar helped in of Rs. 6,5uO. this decision, happened in 1963.

INAUGURATION

Meanwhile the sponsor was anxious


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391

to launch the
:

scheme

as early as possible for the following reasons

1.

Time

is

.the essence of
like

no delay
2.

a good Adharma.

act.

Dharma

brooks

The Telugu Department of the Osmania University


rose to
its

proper heights by the introduction of

the

Ph.D. Degree in Telugu, The Department must make its marks in the field of research pub-

lications.

The
will

Critical Edition of
fittest

Andhra Mahafor
it.

bharata
3.

be the

beginning

This writer desired that the name Dr. D. S. Reddi should be associated with the national epic of Andhra. Reddi kings of old did yeomen service to the cause of Telugu Literature. Sri Dinnepati Sadasiva Reddy Garu carved out a worthy place for Osmania University in the comity of progressive Universities of India.

Without further waiting for external help and relying on the message of self-help given by Dr. D. S. Kothari, the Telugu Department, launched the scheme in a token manner on 17th few donations 1 were collected for preliminary July 1961.

expenditure and work was begun.


It is matter for deep pride and satisfaction that the students of the Telugu Department of the Osmania University made themselves very useful in the different stages of the project. At the very outset our pupils Kumari B. Vijaya Bharati, T. Suseela, J. Hemalata and Seeta prepared the Index of first lines of Adi and Sabha Parvas* An Index Volume was in our mind from the beginning. Subsequently this index was prepared for the whole Mahabharata.

Several of the Telugu Lecturers of the Osmania University, constitutent and affiliated colleges came forward to help voluntarily in the different processes connected with the project. Not only this, some Telugu Pundits of the High Schools also
1.

K. Lakshmi Ranjanam ~ Rangacharyulu Dr. P. Durgaiah Sri Vangapalli Nilakantham on behalf of the Sadachara Nibandhini Parishat, Secunderabad Prof. G, Lakshmi Kantiah
Sri
.
.
.

Rs. 116.00

Sri G.

116.00 116.00

101.00 45 00
.

Rs. 494.00

30

Came
to

Sri

and

are thankful to all of them,, specially to our help. P. Krishnamurti Sastry, Sri T. Venkateswara Sarma, Sri M. Ghandrasekhara Sarma.

We

PATTERN OF

WORK

Even at the inception it was agreed to mo el the Critical Edition on the lines of the Critical Edition of anskrit Mahabharata, published by the Bhandarkar Orienta Research InThere will be some variations according to the stitute, Poona. needs of the Telugu work. In order to get first hand knowledge of the scientific methods adopted at the handarkar Institute, Sri C. Rangacharyulu, Reader, Telugu 'epartment was sent to Poona in 1963 and. he received training under Dr. P. L. Vaidya, Head of the Mahabharat Department of the Institute.
^

STAGES OF
1.

WORK
issued for palm-leaf manuscripts the older printed e itions.

Printed appeals wer


.,.

of

Andhra Mahabharata an

We

mention the first gi This is a palm-lea manuscript of Udyoga Parva presented y Sri V. Narasimha eddy, now Lecturer. Other donations and loans of manuscripts and books etc. are mentioned in Appendix.
will only

There are collections of Palm-leaf manuscripts in which will not lend their manuscripts outside. Workers were sent there to prepare descriptive sheets of Such sheets were prepared for also the manusmanuscripts.
2.

Institutions

cripts
3.

in our custody.

that,

Parva- wise indices of manuscripts were prepared so at a glance where copies of a particular Parva are located and their condition. The date where available was worked out with the help of the Indian Ephemeris.

we know

4. The manuscripts were analysed with a view to secure due representation to the three Cultural regions of AndhraTelangana, Rayalaseema and Coastal districts. This presented some difficulties.

After this winnowing we selected some pa m-leaf manusform the basis for collation. manuscr pt was admitted on the basis of its age, freedom from scriba mistakes and condition fit for handling.
5*

cripts to

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set on foot as early as Another vast effort which 6. 1962 was to collect references to Andhra Mahabharata conin works of prosody, grammar and dictionaries. taine earlier how the Telugu ned Bharatam forms the basis expl* Writers on prosody, for t e study of our Classical dialect*

we

We

grammar and lexico raphy often give quotations from Mahabharata. Such quot tions will undoubtedly reveal the condiThere is one limiting tions of the text in t e earlier periods. Some 01 these works of prosody and grammar are factor here. brought out in print. In this process they were edited by modern scholars. It is feared that thev altered the readings of these manuscripts according to the 1 terary canons which they held in esteem. Thus the purity of t A ese texts on prosody and grammar is questioned by some. T e right thing will therefore be according to them to go to the original manuscripts. This will entail preparation of Critical Editions for the Lakshna Granthas, a task which is much beyond the purview of our work and which we do not feel absolutely necessary. Therefore we collected the
Mahabharata quotations from the printed versions of Lakshana
Granthas.

COLLECTION OF

MAHABHARAT QUOTATIONS
following

the ^Quotations were collected from wor* Ananda (1) Appakaviyamu (2)
:

prosodial

Rangarat Chanclamu

avi Samjivani (4) Kavi Samsaya Vichhedamu (3) (5) Sarva Laks anasara Sangraharnu (6) Andhra, Ratnakaramu Prayoga (7) Uiandamu (8) Sarva Lakshana Saramu (9) Sarasandhra

Vritta

Ratnakaramu
(12) Sakata

(10)

Lakshana

Dipika

(11)

Virabhu-

paliyamu

Darpanamu.

We

are informed that

sodial works to at them.

be laid under contribution.

Repha Nirnayamu (13) Dwirepha Varna there are a few more pro-

We

could not get

BOOKS OF

GRAMMAR

(1) Guptartha Prakasika (2) Praudha Vyakarana (3) Andhra Bhashanusasanamu (4) Andhra Vyakarana Samhita Sarvasvamu (5) Balakavi Saranyamu (6) Ahobala Panditiyamu. We are told that Andhra Kaumudi also contains quotations of

Mahabharata,

We

could not get at

it.

DICTIONARIES
(1)

Ratnakaramu

G. P. Brown's Telugu-English
(3)

Dictionary

(2)

Sabda

Suryaraya Andhra NTig-hantuv>u.

ANTHOLOGIES
Sakalaniti
century).

Prabhanda Ratnakaramu of Pedapati Jagannatha Kavi (b) Prabhanda Manibhushanamu (c) Udaharana Padyamulu published in Andhra Sahitya Parishat Patrika. We could reach only the
hear
of further anthologies like
(a)

We

Sammatamu by Madiki

Singana

(early 15th

Sakala
to
us.

Niti

Sammatamu.

Other books were not available

COMMENTARIES

Under
and
able.
(2)

this head we mentioned (1) Bharata Kulamkasha Bharatha Samjivani, We utilised them as far as avail-

DR.

S.

RADHAKRISHNA'S BLESSINGS

One of the most fortunate happenings for the progress of the scheme was the blessings which we received from Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnayya Garu> the former President of the Indian
His Excellency was camping at Rashtrapati Bhavan, Secunderabad in the summer of 1963. On 4th August 1963, His Excellency was pleased to grant audience to K. Lakshmi Ranjanam and Sri G. Rangacharyulu. The President heard about the scheme and wrote with his own hand the benedictory sloka written by Nannayya Bhattu in a register as a signal for
Republic.
the inauguration of the project.

SPECIMEN EDITING

t
t
1

Having fairly settled tl e Critical apparatus we proceeded edit a small portion of i Parva as a treated specimen. e Prastavana portion a 1^ the story of Udanka on Critical nes and sent it to repute scholars all over Andhra to elicit

We

t eir opinions. There was wide response from scholars and it was generally favourable. Valuable suggestions were made by some of them and these were kept in view in the further stages of the work. One of the important suggestions was to give reference to the readings of manuscripts where they answered t e ordinary tests of grammar and prosody and another suggeson was to indicate the source of the accepted reading if it ifFerred from the vulgate.

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COLLATION
Collation proved to be a vast and long drawn process, In the earlier stages t^e teaching staff did the collation of manue project repertory. It was found that scripts available in a more extensive e ^rt was required. Accordingly during 1965-66 a number o collators were recruited and engaged on collation work in the University. Though this speeded up the was left in precision as some of the to be desired work, something collators were raw-hands. It was partly set right by revision of the collation of Adi Parva. Some of our workers were sent to the S v aswati Mahal Library, Tanjore for collat ng selected Palm-lc manuscripts. With regard to manuscr pts of the Andhra diversity, Pundit K. Jogayya Sarma did t collation for us. JLater on the Andhra University and Sri Venkateswara Thus University agreed to lend us two manuscripts at a time.
is done At Madras, we arran ed for locally. two centres, the Government Oriental 'anuse excripts Library and the. Adyar Theoso Meal Library, the perienced scholar, Pundit Bulusu Ve ^vataramanayya collation for us at Madras for some t me. Now Sri K. ryanarayana, Telugu Lecturer of a loca college is carrying on this work. It will be remembered that the Brown Paper

their collation

collation

in

Manuscripts are lodged in the Government Oriental ManusSince the Andhra Sahitya Parishat, Kakinada cripts Library, Gautami Library Rajahmundry, Andhra Saraswat Parishat and Lakshmanaraya Parisodhaka Mandali, Hyderabad were all good enough to lend their manuscripts to us, the bulk of of collation was done in the University itself.
a matter for sincere pleasure for me to note that our Kumari M. Deenavathi, M.A., B. Jyotirmayi, Kanta Lakshmi, M.A., and D. Vidyeswari M.A., were steady
It
is

former
I.

students

and intelligent collators. The first mentioned Kumari Manapragada Deenavathi has worked with us consistently for nearly five years and has become a small expert on manuscripts.

we followed the pattern of the Bhandarkar Collation sheets are specially prepared. One sheet is used for one line of verse or The of prose/ readings palm-leaf manuscripts and old printed editions are noted horizontally one after the other. Each manuscript is given a letter symbol.
In collation
Institute.

The

Critical

apparatus with their symbols

is

separately des-

cribed.

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EDITING

GUIDING PRINCIPLES

The_Critical Edition of Andhra Mahabharata is not undertaken to disprove what earlier scholars did for it. Undoubtedly they did a lot for it. Our aim has been only to supplement what former generations of scholars contributed to it. The Critical Edition is inspired by the motive to apply the principles of
scientific tex ual criticism to the

Andhra Mahabharata.

That

the Telugu versions in

haratainu occupies a place of honour among the t e provincial languages of India is mentioned by Dr. V. S. S thankar. He says in his prolegomena " as testimonia or a* s of a partial or subsidiary character, there are

available bes des the numerous commentaries, the following three important epitomes of the eleventh century (1) the Javanese adaptation Bharata (A.D. 1000) (ii) the Telugu adaptation, Andhra Bharatamu by the Telugu poet Nannaya Bhatta (A.D. 1025) (iii) the Sanskrit adaptation, Bharata Manjari by the Kashmiri Poet Kshemendra (A.D. 1050)."

Sukthankar goes on to observe Nannaya's version is valuable for the light it throws on the condition of the Southern recension or strictly speaki g of the Tclugu version in the eleventh century of the Christ an era, especially in view of the fact in his poem an accurate rendering that Nannaya has include of the Parva Sangraha giv ng the number of slokas in each of There are numerous other the Parvams of his Mahabharata. vernacular abstracts of the Mahabharata besides the Telugu abstract mentioned above but most of them arc of later date. Moreover they are all far too free to be of much use in reconstructing the Text of the Mahabharata."

"

That the Telugu Bharatam was not subjected to Critical examination on the vast scale done in the present attempt nor scale. is its justification. Others did t e work on a very *scoveries. f aie not results obtained extraordinary Interesting As already indicated the prob ems of Sanskrit Ma abharata are quite different from the problems of Telugu Bharatam.

We

did not set out to disown or

own

the vulgate and other

In each case a reading is subjected previous printed editions. to thorough examination in the light of the vast evidence stored by us. If the reading of the vulgate stood t A e test it is boldly If the manuscripts and other ed tions gave a better retained.
reading
it

was changed.

Often the Sanskr

original

was constage

sulted to pitch upon the appropriate read ng.

At each

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the editors gave reference to the Sanskrit Mahabharata, Parva and Adhyaya to indicate the source of the Telugu portions. were no doubt kept in view but Existing principles of grammar the text to conformity with reduce to made no attempt was wealth of or any gramamtical manual. Balavyakarana free to left the reader is and at each stage readings is provided manusof The a of make his own choice readings happy reading.

cripts

were given due primacy in

all situations.

CRITICAL APPARATUS

Our

Critical

apparatus for the Adi Parva


letters

is

briefly des-

represent the symbol given to Telugu each ^manuscript. The figures represent the serial number in O, U. is Osmania University. All our manusour

cribed below.
registers
:

palm-leaf manuscripts only. Manuscripts cripts with O. U, number are collated in the project.
**

are

marked

1.

O. U. No. 5 contains Adi, Sabha, Virata Parvas complete and Udyoga Parva upto Aswasa 4, verse 403 leaves. Size Palm-leaf. 370. ISJ'xH". Condition good. Slightly damaged. May be 200 Collected from Domakonda Village, years old. Nizamabad District. Presented by Sri A. Rajeswara Sarma Telugu Dept. O.U,
7
.

2.

e O. U. No.
-

17*xli
injured.

ff

Adi and Sabha Parvas complete. Size 310 leaves. Condition good. Slightly Writing good. Presented by Sri M. VeeManuscript

resalingam.
3

may belong to

Telangana.

O, U. No. 19 Adi Parva. (incomplete).- Available from the beginning to the end of 4th Aswasa. A Size 16 X portion of the V Aswas also is found. c and old 110 leaves. Cor derably damaged. 1J" Mahaails from Gadwal. Writing very good. verse 1-1-25 T e important boobnagar District.
(3r*d&

^s'r'SSS) fn

*ch

Nannaya
is

refers

to his
this

co-student,

Narayana Bhattu

not found in

manuscript.
4.

O. U. No.

Adi Parva. Complete. 2731 Leaves. good. At the beginning of the VI Aswasa there is mention of date in a Sanskrit Sloka.
32.

Condition

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Cyclic year Angirasa Chaitra, 14th day of the dark-half of the month. Week day is not mentioned. There is another noting of date on the first page

The

Ashadha Suddha Trayodasi


the instance of Singararya.
5.

Friday.

Copied at

*.

O. U. No.

Adi Parva. Complete. 137 leaves. 33. Condition good. Contains a few leaves from Drona Parva. also. Leaves bearing numbers 343 79, 82,
83, 84,

8995

are missing.

6.

m3

O. U. No. 63. Adi Parva. Incomplete. Begins leaves. Size IS^xlJ". 179 4th leaf. from Written for Eluri Venkayya Writing is good. Obeisance is done by Sivapurapu Srisailapati. by the scribe to God Vireswara of Yenamadala, Also to Goddess Bhramaramba and God Chenna Malleswara. Date. Angirasa, Margasira, Bahula Dasami Sunday. Presented by Sri A. Rajesawara Sarma. O. U. No.
74.

7.

*t.

Adi Parva.

ginning to 8th Aswasa. Verse 144.

Lent by Andhra
8.
.X

Incomplete. From beCondition good. Kakinada, Parishat Sahitya

O. U. No.

Complete. Condition. good. Date. Pingala, Sravana Suddha Chaturdasi. Week day is not mentioned. Andhra Sahitya Parishat. Kakinada.
75.

Adi Parva.

9.

6.

O. U. No.

Adi, Sabha, Aranya Parvas. Some Contains Virata Parva also portions are missing. upto IV Aswasa. Condition good. There are scribal mistakes. Date Sarvari, Vaisakha Suddha Saturday, May 6th 1780. Scribe Vipperla Balaramulu copied Virata Parva as found in the manuscript of Chintalapudijvaru. Andhra Sahitya Parishat.
76.

Kakinada.
10. C
.

O. U. No. 80 Adi Parva,

Complete. Size 17" X 1.3." 193 leaves. Condition good. The name of the scribe is mentioned in" a Telugu verse. He is The verse 1-1-25 (d*<xfcf Sanjiva Kavi.

ttmzty is
Sahitya

not found int his manuscript. Andhra

Parishat. Kakinada.

57

1L

*.

O. U. No. 91. Adi Parva. Complete. Size 18.8" Leaves 195. Writing is not quite good. 1.3". Andhra Sahitya Parishat Kakinada.
O. U. No. 95. Adi Parva. Complete. Size 17" X Date 1.5:. Leaves 180. Writing very good. Suddha 10 Sravana Friday (14th July 1654) Jaya Written by scribe (name not given) according to
the copy of Bhuliveti Timmappa. Andhra Sahitya Parishat Kakinada.

12.

t-

13.

**

O. U. No.
fair.

96.

Many

scribal mistakes.

Adi Parva. Complete. Condition Written in big hand.

ood, Writing is Manuscript belongs to Sitaramudu son o Subb rayudu in Kuntipura Agrahara. Can Kunt ^ura e Pithapuram, East Godavari a temple here dedicated to District ? nere Kunti Ma hava wamy. Andhra Sahitya Parishat

Kakinada.

14.

O. U. No. 99 Adi Parva. Complete. Condition


Corrections
are

fair.

margin. Writing On the 18th leaf, good. Note regarding date. Vikari ma varamu (week day) First Aswasa of Adi Parva c mpleted by the morning. On leaf 180. Vikari, ushya Suddha, On the last leaf. Vikari,

noted

in

the

Pushya uddha Dasami, Monday. (17th January 1780A.U.). Papayya (Scribe) copied the book Adi Parva for Kilabbika (Kilambi Ramaswami). Andhra Sahitya Parishat Kakinada.
15.

O. U. No. 110. Adi Parva. Complete. Condition Scribe. ood. Le ves 189. Size 17" x 1". Krishna i son of Venkata Paranan haskarappa, hattu of Tankallu, Belong ng to Vadhulasa viotra. Date. Krodhana Pus ya Bahula Chaturhi Saturday (4th January 174 ). Andhra Sahitya Parishat Kakinada. O, U. No.
cript
is

16.

Leaves

Adi Parva. Complete. Manus 112. in very good condition. Size 16"xli" Scribe apologises for mistakes in 246.

a small verse.

Gavuravaram Polamaraju
58

copied

Adi Parva in full from an exemplar. Date Nala. Magha Suddha Saptami Saturday. The month ofTai26th (4th February 1797). Presented by Nattam Subrahmanyam to Andhra Sahitya Parishat
Kakinada.
17.

O. U. No. 119. Adi Parva. Incomplete. Available from the beginning to Verse 111 in the 7th Aswasa. Condition quite good. Size nj^x-l-S".
Leaves 205. Writing is good. The scribe offers obeisance to guru (perhaps his preceptor) Rama-

Bhadra. Dedicated to Goddess Minakshi and God Somasundara. It appears to be a southern manusPresented by Nudurupati Ramaswamayya cript. to Andhra Sahitya Parishat Kakinada.
18.

*
*

O. U, No.

126. Adi Parva. Incomplete. Available from the beginning to verse 151 in Aswasa 8*

Condition

very goocj Leaves 197.

Presented by Nudurupati Ramaswamayya Garu No. 119 above. Contains a laudatory Telugu verse on Vedavyasa in the style with Antyanuas

prasa

of

Bammera

Potana.

e>

Andhra Sahitya Parishat


19. *.

Kakinada.

O. U. 143. Adi Parva. Complete. Damaged by worms. Still it is fairly readable. Size 17$" X 1 3*. Leaves 165. It is stated that this manuscript was acquired by Jayanti Ramayya Pantulu from the Karvetinagaram estate. Andhra Sahitya Parishat Kakinada.
.

20. *

O. U. No. 197. Adi Parva.

Complete. Condition good. Size 18" x !#' Leaves 150. This is acquired in the Chittoor District by Dr. N. V. Ramakrishnama-

charyulu and Sri Tekumalla Kameswara Rao and was presented to the Mahabharat project.
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Date:

(1)

Bangarayya son of Kottinti Natha-

munulu copied the Adi Parva by Viswavasu, Asha(2) Copied by dha, Suddha Shasthi Thursday.
Kothinti Bangarayya for Ghirrama Setty, son of Karnakandi Chinnanna on the 15th day, Ani month. Viswavasu year. This works out to lOth^ July 1845.
21.

O. U, No.

Adi Parva. Complete. Condition This is acgood. Size 17.8"xlJ". Leaves 188. N. V. Ramaquired in the Chittoor District by Dr. krishnamacharyulu and Sri Tekumalla Kameswara Rao and was presented to the Mahabharat Project as No. 197 above. Date Copied by Kondanna, son of Buse Dasanna for Venkata Dasu Chetty son of Tumkuru Narayana Chetty, on the auspicious day of Saturday, Vidiya in the bright half of
198.
:

the

of the cyclic year Jaya. corresponds to 6th March 1714.

month Chaitra

This

22.

O. U, No. 200. Adi Parva.

Complete.
Size

Damaged

by worms but

Leaves 195. in the case of manuscripts


23.

lS^Xl.4^. and Acquisition presentation as above


fairly

readable.

197 and 198.

O. U. 201.
to 8th

Adi Parva. Incomplete. Available upAswasa, 214th verse. Condition fair. The manuscript has become brittle. Size 17%' xl .4". Leaves 215. Slightly damaged by worms. Acquisition and presentation as above in the case of
198 and 200.

-manuscripts 197,
JV.#.

Some of

the palm-leaf manuscripts generously lent by the Andhra Sahitya Parishat, Kakinada were returned to the Parishat after the Adi Parva was edited. Hence it has not been possible to note details like size etc. in the case of
to the project

manuscripts 32, 33, 74, 75, 76, 96, 99 and 126.

Some of our manuscripts Osmania University 95 Osmania University 198 Osmania University 110 Osmania University 76

are sufficiently old

14th July 1654

6th

March 1714
1

4th January

746

May
60

6,

1780

4.

*>*

Located in Sanskrit Academy, Osmania 532/S. University (Now in the General Library) Adi, Sabha and Aranya Parvas. Adi and Sabha Parvas are complete except for a few leaves lost, here and In Aranya Parva the text is lost after the there, Leaves 302. At the 4th Aswasa. Size 18"x 1J". end of Adi Parva there is a noting by the scribe
Palavayi Challayya copied Adi Parva for Lakshmi Narusu, younger brother of Gajam Acchanna. Copied as found in the exemplar, by the afternoon of Friday, the 13th tithi of Bhadrapada Bahula, This seems to correspond in the year Sobhakrit. AD. 1782 to the years 1722, 1782 and 1842. is in the Collated University, accepted

25.

&

Andhra University No.

354.

Palm-leaf.

Contains

Adi, Aranya, Mahaprasthana and Swargarohana Parvas. Granthas 12780. Leaves 426. The four Parvas are complete. Handwriting good and settled. Noting by scribe at the end Vellaachni

Appayya copied Adi, Aranya, Mahaprasthana and


Swargarohana Parvas
grace.
for Rajasri

Sitaramachandra
to his collated

Ranga Rao Bahadur Garu and submitted

No

date

is

available.

Adi Parva

by Pundit K. Jogayya Sarma, Andhra University.


26. *>

Andhra

University.

1111/N

Incomplete. 197 in 8th Aswasa. Damaged by worms. Very old manuscript. Writing good. 45 X 134 Cm. Leaves 178 Granthas 4984. Collated by Sri K.

Available from

Adi Parva. 18, 1. -the beginning to verse

Jogayya Sarma, Andhra University.


27. <=&

Adyar Library 74758 Adi Parva.


ing

Complete.
Collated at

Writ-

good. Condition fair. by Sri K. Suryanarayana.


is

Adyar

28. *

Adyar Library No. 75067.

Adi Parva. Complete. Condition good. Scribe Korrapati Gangaraju. Two no tings regarding date. At the end of 3rd Aswasa it is~ stated Pardhiva, Margasira Bahula 3 Jayavaranau. At the end of the 8th Aswasa Pardhiva; Vaisakha Bahula 8 Monday. It is not

known why an

earlier date

of later Aswasas.

is given for the copying Collated at Adyar by Sri K.

Suryanarayana.

29* *

Printed Edition. Adi and Sabha Parvas. Readings noted by Rao Saheb Gidugu Ramamurthy Pantulu. * Gi represents the readings which were collected for him from the Palm-leaf Manuscripts of the Saraswati Mahal Library, Tanjore.
*

30. \-

As above. Readings'collected by Ramamurthy Pantulu from the 1847 Printed Edition, issued by A 15 are A Suri. and Paravastu Chinnaya described in an earlier part of the preface.
e 5

31. *

C. P. Brown's paper manuscr pts lodged in the Government Oriental Manuscr pts Library Madras. Collated at Madras by Pun it B. Venkata Rama3

nayya.
32.
**

Brown's
c

aper manuscripts as above. Contains readings by other Scholars which Brown Collated at Madras admitte into his Manuscript. B. Pun it Venkata Ramanayya No. 31 and 32 by are described already in an earlier part of the preected
face.

33. ***

Vavilla

which we accepted
this edition earlier.
is

Printed edition of Andhra 1 as the Vulgate,

Maha

We

harata d cussed
antulu

Gidugu Ramamurthy

edition of Vavilla for the basis of comparison. Dr. C. Narayan Rao r vulgate Iso seems to have accepted this version of n the preparation of the Critical Text arudo *is the o y edit on hyana. The Vavilla editiojn That a good deal of sc eely available of late. arlv attention was bestowed on its preparat on
said to

have taken the 1914

not e a Critical Edition. We could utilise editions of t s published in 1950 and afterwards.
34.
*>

enerally

accepted.

The Vulgate

itself

need

Edition published by Chetty and Sons in

Vemuri Venkata Krishnama


1901, in
3

Volumes.

This

1.

common
by
St,

Vulgate. In common use as a version of the Bible, Forming the or usual version of a literary work. The old Italic Version of the

Bible, preceding that of St. Jerome.

The Latin Version of

the Bible

made

Jerome

The

shorter Oxford English Dictionary.

62

was edited by Rao Bahadur Kandukuri Veeresalingam Pantulu and Rayadurgam Narasayya Sastry.

This reached us

late.

Already described.

35. *

Edition published about 1851 by Aluri Ekamra Josyulu. Photograph copy obtained from the India Office Library. There are a few printing mistakes here and there. Some latitude is taken in the use of the Sakata repha. Already described.

36.

Karalapati Rangayya Edition. Published in 1852. Greater Scholarly attention seems to have been bestowed, on this edition than in the case of the Josyulu edition. Karalapati Rangayya was a University

Teacher

himself.

Already described.

37. 3-

We have taken the foot notes

of the Vavilla Edition into account in constituting the text. Vavilla scholars may have accepted a different reading for their constituted text. Still they exhibit the readin the foot-notes. which collected ings they sometimes accepted these readings for the Critical Hence we gave a separate symbol for the Text.

We

readings of foot-notes.
38. *

This

is the Ananda edition. This edition is preferred by some as it comes nearer to the principles of a Critical Edition. It is not freely available of The Mahabharata and some other classics late. " are published under the general caption Anan-

dasrama Grandha Ratnamala." The this series were Vemuri Venkata Chetty A. Kannan Chetty and Co. Rama & Co. Eluru. The problem Edition was already discussed.
of
;

proprietors

Krishnama and finally1


of

Ananda

39.

*!

This represents Ananda foot-notes. As in the case of the foot-notes of the Vavilla edition, we gave a

1. Our publishers are not consistent in indicating the year of publication of any edition. If they took care to do this they will be doing a service to the cause of higher literary criticism. Without the year of printing we are unable

to trace the history of these editions,

For instance Rama and Co., published Santi Parva in 1946 but they do not give any year of the volume containing Bhishma and Drona Parvas.

63

symbol

We

edition. to the foot-notes of the Ananda took these readings sometimes for the constituted

text.

TESTIMONIA AND AIDS


stated already that we took into account the readings taken from various subsidiary sources. They are noticed below :-

We

Works on Prosody
1.

w^' This work was written by ApAppakaviyamu : is an oft quoted work and subject of This A.D. 1656 in pakavi much controversy. - ppakavi started to write a commentary on the grammar An hra Sabda Gintamani in Telugu verse and prose. He made t mainly an authoritative work on Telugu prosody. In illustrating the points of prosody Appakavi quotes
often from
2.

Mahabharata.
Published by VaAnanda Rangarat Chandamu : Kasturi Ranga Kavi (A.D. 1750) is the Author.

M;$ *-

villa in 1922.

dedicated his work to Ananda Rangam Pillay who was Dubasi to Dupliex, the French statesman. Ranga Kavi men-

He

tions

are contemporaries to Dupliex. He recounts the names of several writers on Lakshanikas whose works he consulted. Some of these writers and b^ ks are mere

many

personalities

who

ahabharata. Ranga Kavi gives quotations from He did not mention Appakavi though he preceded m by more than half a century. Or he confuses him with t e author of This book is ascribed to GanaAndhra Prayoga Ratnakara. pavarapu Venkatakavi. Ranga Kavi wrote also the Samba

names

to us.

Nighantuvu,
3.

Kavi Sanjwani
is

Published by Vavilla
alias

in

1930.

The Author

Ramabhadra son of Pedarama. is The of Ramabhadra brother Ganapayamatya. He wrote a commentary on Raghava Pandaviya of Pingali
Surana. Kavi Samjivani contains quotations from ancient works chiefly Mahabharata. It is in 3 Chapters or Tarangas. The writer may be assigned to the end of the 16th Century.

Muddaxaju Ramanna

Sarva Lakshana Sara Sangrahamu : This is written Timmakavi. He flouriby the well known poet, Kuchimanchi in shed the first half of the 18th century. He may have lived
4.
>

64

upto 1760.

He

belongs

to

the Villages

of

Kandarada and

Chandrampalem near Pithapur in the East Godavari District. Timmakavi was a profuse writer. Rasika Jana Manobhiramamu, Nilasundari Parinayamu, Acha Telugu Ramayanarnu Sarva Lakshanasara Sangraare prominent among his works. hamu is a manual on grammar, prosody etc. This is published by N. Chalapathi Rao, at the Manjuvani Press, Eluru in 1927.

Timma Kavi quotes from Mahabharata and other standard works in support of the principles of grammar and prosody enunciated by him. In the last chapter of his book, Timma Kavi deals with words containing the Sadhu Repha and Sakata Repha. A knowledge of this branch is considered very vital for the fame of a poet. Appakavi and earlier Lakshanikas laid a stigma on Bammera Potaraju, the immortal poet of Andhra that he mixed up Sadhu and Sakata Rephas. Bhagavata, Timmakavi denounces this charge and enters an enthusiastic
plea in defence of the great poetry of Potaraju.

5.

^^

Adidamu Surakavi of the 18th Century. He tried many forms of literature among which the prabandha, Kavijana Manoranjanamu is prominent. Surakavi belonged to the village of Ramachaivdrapuram, in the Ghipurupalli Tq. of Visakhapatnam District. He lived between 1720-1785. It is said

Kavi Samsaya

Vicchedamu:

This

is

written by

that Veeresalingam Pantulu collected the works of Surakavi and published them in 1899. Kavisamaya Vicchedamu is pubshed by Vavilla and Paravastu more than once. used the 1955 Edition of Vavilla. It deals with special points of Grammar and usage and illustrates the prayogas by quotations from Mahabharata and other works. Surakavi devotes some space to deal with words having the Sadhu and Sakata Rephas. By far the best part of the work is considered to be the portion dealing with Tadbhava words of Telugu.

We

6. Andhra Prayoga Rainakaramu, This appears to be part of the larger work Sarva Lakshana Siromani by Ganapavarapu Venkata Kavi. He belongs to the court of Muddalagiri, brother of Vijaya Ranga Ghokkanatha of madura. Venkata Kavi's date may be A.D. 1674. Sarva Lakshana Siromani treats with the necessary aspects of poetry like grammar, prosody and dictionary. Prayoga Ratnakaramu deals with the prosodial aspects The gram,

^w

65
391

mar

part of this omnibus

treatise

appears

lished as

Andhra Kaumudi. The prosody part


is

to have been pubis not published.

" noticed in Descriptive Catalogue of Telugu " Mahal Library, Tanjore as in Saraswati the Manuscripts 695-696 at pages 290-291, Copies of the Telugu Manuscripts of the Tanjore Library are preserved in the Andhra Uniare obliged to Dr. M. V. Satyanarayana for taking versity. collect Mahabharat quotations from 6 of these manuto pains

This

We

(1) Andhra Prayoga Ratnakaramu (2) Chandamu(3) Lakshana Saramu (4) Sarasandhara Vritha Ratnakaramu (5) Veerabhupaleeyamu (6) Lakshana Dipika. The last three are from the Government Oriental Manuscripts Library, Madras*

scripts

Sarva

Venkata Kavi claims to have drawn illustrations older I^akshanikas and added his own contribution.
7.
-9

from

This unpublished work of prosody of unnoticed in the Tanjore Catalogue as 705-712 at page 295. It is a compilation of illustrative verses from several works including Mahabharata. The author lays down canons and illustrates them from the usage of famous poets.

Chandamu:
is

known authorship

Sarva Lakshana Saramu: An unpublished work of prosody noticed in the Tanjore Catalogue as No. 714 at page 297. The name of the author is Rangaya. His time is not known. Several of these writers on prosody expatiate much on the mystic significance of syllables, the good and evil effects that flow from the use of a particular syllable in a given position in the verse. The author of this work devotes some attention to the words containing Sadhu and Sakata Rephas.
8.
^

>**

9.

^cr.

Virabhupdiyamu:

This unpublished paper manus-

cript rary,

is

lodged in the

Madras bearing No.

Government Oriental Manuscripts Lib1319, (Vide Descriptive Catalogue of

Telugu Manuscripts Volume Grammar, Prosody, Lexicography. )^Virabhupaliyamu is like Appakaviyamu and sets about to explain the Andhra Sabda Cintamani. It is dedicated to Kaluve Viraraju, the general of Mysore. Viraraju is the author of Yachana Bharatam, Virabhupaiiyamu contains some quotations from Mahabharata.
10. ^Sarasandhara Vritta Ratnakaramu: This unpublished paper ^manuscript is lodged in Government Oriental Manuscripts Library, Madras, bearing No. 1320. (Vide Descriptive

6S

is Vellaturi Lingana, sou Vengana a of Nrisirnha devotee God Swamy of Malmatya. is in Tal T k of Malekonda the Kandukur Malyadri yadri. Nellore District. Therefore it is sometimes called M* -adri Chandamu. The book deals with Vrittas, Yati and rasa. There s also It has 5 Aswasas but the last one is incomplete. a palm-leaf manuscript of this book which may have been the

Catalogue).

The author

He was

original for the paper manuscript.


1 1
tf
.

w-

aksfr

nuscript ged Manuscripts v No. 1329 (Vide as, earing Library, Descriptive noug the name of the author is not mentioned Catalogue) in he book it is surmised that the au hor is Vartakavi Ra hust of the subjects ealt nat ayya. The writer gives a long wit in it. Grammar, prosody, and r etorics also find a ^ ace uch space is devotv to in and make it comprehensive. the emergence of speech sounds, their benevolent and evil qua-

is

lo

na Deepika : This unpublished paper the Government Oriental

ma-

Ma
.

lities etc.

It refers to

dramatic technique also

briefly.

Repha

and Sakata Repha are coasidered. works like Mahabharata.

There are quotations from

There is another work noticed in the Descriptive Catalogue of books in the Government Ori ntal Manuscripts Library, " Madras, bearing No. 1254. It is sa to be a paper manuscript. The book has a long title- Repha- kara-vat-chabda-jnapakaseminates knowledge of Lokopakara-kamu, a book that words having the Sadhu and Sakata Rephas in Telugu, The This gives verses from Mahaauthor's name is not known. bharata and other classics to illustrate the use of the two kinds of Rephas, could not secure tliis book.

We

long ago in

This book was printed Sakata-Repha-Nirnayamu : Eluru. The author is Bharatam Manjuvani Press, the Bharata Kulamkasha of writer also the who is Lakshmipat the two of with n cite words to examples Vyakhya. trying verses the kinds of Rephas in Telugu,, Lakshmipati quotes of Mahabharata profusely.
12.
t

**

cates, the

As the name indiDwirepha Varna Darpanamu: ook deals with the tw fold use of the r sound in he author is Ogirala anganatha Kavi (1st half of Telugu, 19th Century)- The book is e ted and printed in 1903 by that famous critic Poondla Rama rishnayya. Rangnatha Kavi belongs to the Village of Nilapalli in the East Godavari District,
13.
' '

"

67

Like

many

other

writers

before

him,

great importance

to the incidence of the

Ranganatha attaches Repha in words and

tries to illustrate its

usage from various classical writers. Some confusion arises out of the use of the same symbol letter for diffe" rent works Bha " is used for Bharatha, Bhagavatha and Bhaskara Ramayana, Apart from this, like experts in any other field the writers on this subject of Sadhu and Sakata Rephas in Telugu do not agree among themselves as to its occurance in a particular word. So that the same verse is quoted by one for Sadhu Repha whereas another quotes it for Sakata Repha. Thus confusion is created in the mind of the learner and reader,

TaUapaka Peda Tirumalacharya son of the saint singer Annamacharya also dealt with this subject of Rephas. He too gives words and phrases from Mahabharata containing the two kinds of r sounds. But we could not make use of this book
'

as

full

verses

are not

quoted.

COMMENTARIES
14,
is

v*r- BhamtaKulamkasha;

by Bharatam Lakshmipati

already noticed.
15*

BharataSanjiuani: by Daridigunta Suryanarayana Sastry and Chadaluvada Sundarararna Sastry has already been noticed.

v3-

GRAMMARS
16.

*$

Kavisirobhushanamu.
the

Andhra Writers'

Ahobala Panditiyamu; This is also known as Latest publication of the Book is by


Association,

Hyderabad

in 1965.

Ahobala

Pandita flourished in the last quarter of the 17th Century. Kavisirobhushanamu is a Sanskrit Commentary on Andhra Sabda Cintamani which is itself in Sanskrit. The Atharvana Karikavali is also commented by Ahobala in the course of Cintamani. He belongs to the school that considers Nannaya, the first poet as the primary standard for poets in the matter of Prayoga. Even poets like Tikkana Somayaji rank next to Nanmaya in purity of expression. He quotes often from Nannaya and occasionally from other standard poets.
^

17.

&

on the Balavyakarana
(18574928)

It is a learned GuptarthaPmkasika: commentary written by Kalluri Venkatrama Sastry Pundit, Arts College, Rajahmundry. The place

63

of honour occupied by Andhra Sabda Cintamani in the classical period is occupied in the modern period by Bala Vyakarana, There is more than one written, by Paravastu Ghinnaya Suri. good commentary on Bala Vyakarana but none that can excel Guptartha Prakasika. Venkatarama Sastry is a well" known MahoScholar of Sanskrit and Telugu. He enjoyed the title of Balahis did a to He disservice great exposition padhyaya," vyakarana by questioning the originality of Ghinnaya Suri in composing Balavyakarana. Venkatrama Sastry contended that Balavyakarana is a translation or imitation of Hari Karikavali of Sistu Krishna Murthy Sastry. No other scholar of repute endorsed this view. The Guptartha Prakasika quotes from Mahabharata. These readings must have been mostly taken from prevailing printed Editions. This commentary was .published earlier than 1908.
It is a Grammar written Proudha Vyakaranamu : {*** B. of author Sabda Seetharamacharyulu Ratnakara, by In the course of his vast analysis of classics for the (1827-91). compilation of the dictionary, the author noted numerous Prayo'gas by poets which he pressed into service in Proudha Vyakarana. This stands to Balavyakarana in the relation of a Sesha Grandha as Atharvana Karikavali was to Andhra Sabda Giatamani. As Ghinnaya Suri covered the vast field of usage in Telugu, Seetharamacharyulu had to confine himself The felicity which Suri enjoyed to visesha or special prayogas. in the chiselling of his Sutras could not be attained by Ms successor. However, Proudha Vyakarana is a substantial grammar, enjoying high reputation. It merited one or two good com-

18.

the

mentaries.
** A grammar written by 19. Andhra Bhashanu Sasanamu : latcMalladi Suryanarayana Sastry, Sanskrit and Telugu Puadit, Andhra University. Sri Sastry wrote many works and is a well known grammarian. His distinctive service to Telugu " all gramis the ancient saying that of the grammar adoption " Earlier grammarians mar is based on the Prayogas of poets. like Ghinnaya Suri were very conservative in their approach to the language of poets. He would particularly accept as standard Others are the Prayogas of the three poets of Mahabharata. treated as moderners, who can stand in the second rank only.

Suryaaarayana Sastry broke good poets, ancient or mediaeval

this

ring

for purposes of his

and admitted all grammar


This helped to

and helped

to liberalise the field of Prayoga,

69

extend the arena of poets in matters of acceptable usage. Andhra Bhashanu Sasanamu is a deservedly popular grammar.
20.

So

writte encyclopaedic work on Telugu Grammar Sitarama Swamy Sastry, former Pundit, And *ra University. sub ects. There is Sastry is a massive writer on grammatical an unresolved controversy about Nannaya be ng the author

Andhra Vyakarana Samhita Sarvaswamu :

an by V. China
It
is

of Andhra
firm

Sabda

Cintarnani.

Sitarama

Swamy

Sastry

is

believer in Nannaya's authorship of Cintamani. wrote a number of standard works on Telugu Grammar. VaiCintamani Vishaya Parisodhanamu yakarana Parijatamu, are prominent wo s in the field. Sastry comments on Sabda tries to Kari *vali, Balavyakarana in one batch, Gintamani, bring out their di erent approaches and reconcile them finally. In the course of t e commentary Sastry quotes profusely from Mahabharata. He states that he consulted the palm-leaf manuscripts also where doubt arose.
'

He

This is a critic al exaniinaBala Kan Saranjamu : on of Pundits tion of the views existing grammar and Grandhika
21.

ir*

Bhasha (standard correct speech). The author, Rao Saheb G. Ramamurthy Pantulu is a powerful crusader in the cause of a liberal approach to usage, Prayoga. This movement is called the Vyavaharika Bhasha Vadarnu. Ramamurthy Pantulu contends that risi g young writers are scared away by the The genius regulations and inhibit ons of conservative scholars. of writers must be free from meaningless subservience to a rigid grammar. Language s changing through centuries and poets have been following t e changed beauties of language. It is only the so called grammarians that are trying to withstand this mighty current of spoken language and are swept away.
'

They

are also subject to the force of current speech without recognising it.

The very name Bala Kavi Saranyamu Ramamurthy Pantulu sets forth the pose.
*
'

its purof wealth great He numeexamines liberal usage of language by Telugu poets. rous Prayogas and sets the pace for drawing sustenance from the vast current of contemporary speech.

indicates

DICTIONARIES

We
for

laid

collecting

under contribution three important dictionaries quotations of Mahabharata. In the order of


are
;

chronology

they

70

First published Browns Telugu English Dictionary: in 1853. Reprinted by The A.P. Sahitya Akademy in 1966. We already set forth Brown's activity with Andhra Maha-

22.

ijf*'

bharata. Curiously enough the chronogoly of Telugu poets was not well known in the time of Brown. For he states that Telugu Bharatam was composed about 1120. Now we know definitely that the date of Nannaya goes back by one century i.e. A.D. 1020. Brown indicates Bharata by the letter, 'M Parva, Aswasa and Verse are indicated by numbers. _ There is difficulty in identifying his references in the modern printed texts. According to his own statement. Brown was the first to reduce Mahabharata to numerical order. The text must have To give one subtractions. and additions undergone 'W^afr^Q' is explained to example. The compound word and forBackwards mean Pell In a rout. mell. wards. Then Brown cites a verse of Mahabharata. M. 4. 3. 157. It means Virata Parva Aswasa 3, Verse 157. Today we find this expression in 4-3-165. We close with an inter1 Brown regarding his acquisition esting statement made by of knowledge of Telugu Language.
J

* tf Sabdaratnakaramu First printed 1885 by the Madras It is a Telugu-Telugu School Book and Literature Society. Dictionary, compiled by the famous scholar Bahujanapalli Sitaramacharyulu Garu. Undoubtedly it is the cream of Telugu All succeeding lexicons are dictionaries so far published. deeply indebted to Sabda Ratnakara. He states that he worked for 25 years at the dictionary. Sitaramacharyulu quotes" amply from Mahabharata. His readings are generally well tested. Ratnakaramu gives only Parva and Aswasa. It does not give the verse number and leaves something to be desired,
23.

This is an extensive Suryaraya Andhra Mghantuvu : dictionary in about 8 Volumes (7 only are so far published) compiled under the auspices of the Andhra Sahitya Parishat, Kakinada, since 1936. Jayanti Ramayya Pantulu, architect
24.
1.

&r.

ease.

In 1824

Telugu

was taught Telugu alphabet in. 1817. In 1822 I talked it with In 1824 I began writing I began to study Telugu poetry. English Dictionary and continued it with little intermission for
I

more than
(

10 years.

In 1832 I began to reverse my Telugu-English Dictionary forming an English Telugu Dictionary. This \vas completed on 21st July 1832. (A descriptivejCatalogue of Telugu Manuscripts ia the Government Oriental Manuscripts Library Madras. Volume V. Page 1713.)
,

71

of the Parishat, edited

Volumes

&

II of the dictionary.

The

whole scheme was patronised by the Maharajah of Pithapuram,


Suryaraya Nighantuvu is an. improvement in some respects on Sabda Ratnakara in that it gives cognates to Telugu words from Tamil and Kannada. Examples from Mahabharata and other standard works are given in abundanceRamayya Pantulu claims that illustrations are drawn not only from printed works but also from current usage and from ancient Inscriptions. This dictionary gives Parva, Aswasa and verse number also and makes reference easy.

ANTHOLOGIES
25.
^

fe

Sakalaniti

Sammatamu
is

byMadiki
also.

This
this

poet

wrote
as given

Padmapurana
by the poet

The

Singana. date of

Kayya

Saka 1342 or A.D. 1420,

edited by Manavalli Ramakrishna " Kavi under his " Forgotten Poets Series No. and was published by the Andhra Patrika Works in Madiki 1923. Printing
Sakalaniti

Sammatamu was

like

Singana collected verses on Rajaniti from various poets and works Mahabharata and compiled them into the present work. Sakalaniti Sammatamu to us rare and old works. presents many Some of them are lost for ever. Ramakrishna Kavi wrote
valuable
^

introduction

to

Niti

Sammatamu.
like

draws

his political

maxims from various sources

Singana

dakamu, Nitisaramu, Panchatantri, bharatamu, Baddena Niti etc. The Mahabharata verses are often from Sabha Parva and Santi Parva where principles of state-craft come for treatment. up
26.

KamanMudramatyamu, Maha-

This

is

Bharata PhakkiAkandi already described.

**$

Vyasamurty

Sastry.

SABHA PARVA

appamus
1.

of the

Sabha Par

described

0. U. No Same as No. 5 described at Adi Parva. babha Parva is complete in two


.

tending over leaves

Aswasas, ex-

162-201.
7 described

Sabha p Parva

Adi

is

wasas extending over leaves 236-'310.


72

complete in two As-

3. 9-

-~O. U. No.

Contains Aswamedha, Asramavasa, Prasthana, Swargarohana, Saand Sabha Parvas. uptika Complete. The Sabha Parva cernes at the end of the manuscript and extends over leaves 161-206. Condition good. Size 17#'Xl.3". Leaves 206. The owner of the manuscript must have got the Parvas copied according to the order of his need*
8.

Mousala,

Maha

4.

*,

_O.

U. No. 33. Contains Sabha Parva Complete. Leaves 42. There is a noting regarding date. Virodhij Bhadrapada Bahula Chaturdasi. Week day is not mentioned.

5,

*.

_Q.

U. No. 127. Sabha Parva complete. Condition good. Leaves 26. Andhra Sahitya Parishat-Kakinada.
"U. No. 156. Sabha Parva complete. Condition very good. Leaves 42. Presented by SaRamaiah to Andhra jra Sahitya Parishat-Kaki-

5,

*.

o.

7.

>

O. U. No. 161. Contains Sabha, Sauptika, Kama and Salya Parvas, Complete. Condition good. Sabha Parva extends over leaves 213-262, Andhra Sahitya Parishat-Kakinada. O. U. No.
162, Sabha Paiva Corriplete. Condition good. Slightly damaged by worms. Size 17"xl.4", Leaves 44. Andhra Sahitya

8.

6-

Parishat-Kakinada,
9.

*-

O. U. No.
dition
78.

Sabha Parva complete. ConLeaves very good. Size 14^x1.2". Date Rakshasa, Adhika Ashadha, Bahula,
163.

Saptami, Friday,, July 6th, 1855. Scribe is Vyaghri, Secoad son of Joimalagadda Vyasulu. Andhra Sahitya Parishat-Kakinada.
10.
e>.

_Q.

Sabha Parva. Complete, Size Leaves 63, Badly damaged. If carefiilly handled it can be made use of. Tottiyam Sitaramaiah presented to Andhra Sahitya Parishat-Kakiaaca,
167.

U. No,
x/

17

1 .3''

73

11.

*"

O.

U. No, 171. Sabha Parva. Incomplete. Condition good. Leaves 4-2. Available from the beginning upto Verse 181 in Aswasa 2. Andhra Sahitya Parishat Kakiaada.

12.

E-.

Q. U. No.

Sabha Parva. Complete. ConLeaves 59. Scribe Sambasivudu copied Sabha Parva complete for Seshayya son of Gudimetta Timmaraju by Sunday, Margasira Suddha Saptarni in the cyclic year Raudri. This corresponds to November 23, 1800. Ac172.

dition good.

quired at the Village Gummaditurra, Nandigama Tq. Andhra Sahitya Parishat-Kakinada.


13.
.*.

_o,

U. No. Leaves 90.

CompleteCondition good. At the end of the 1st Aswasa it is noted copied by Purnirna, Kartika Suddha, year Siddharthi. At the end of the Second Aswasa it is noted " Akula Ranga-

204.

Sabha

Parva.

aayakulu copied this by Saturday, Dasami, Margasira Suddha, in the year Siddharthi 10th, November 1610 Gautami Grandhalayamu. "

Rajahmundry.

H.

_o.

U. No. 205. Contains Sabha and Aranya Parvas. Complete. Condition good. Leaves 264. Sabha Parva extends over leaves 1-53.

Loan from Gautami Grandhalay a-Raj ahmundry


Scribe has given
for
full details

of the period taken

copying Sabha and Aranya Parvas. Dataru Narasinga Rao copied for personal use the first Aswasa of Sabha Parva beginning on. Friday, Dasami, Ashadha Bahula, Cyclic year Plavanga and completing at 8 P.M. (two ghadiyas) on Friday, Tritiya (3) Sravana Suddha, in the year Plavanga. At the end of the second Aswasa of Sabha Parva he again notes " Having begun on Friday, Ashadha Bahula Dasami in the year Plavanga, Dataru Narasingarayudu copied both .the Aswasas of Sabha Parva by midday on Wednesday, Bhadrapada Bahula Panchami (presumably in the same year). 33 This works out to 29th September 1847. From the above statement we can make out an interesting
point.

The

scribe

could

copy

first

74

Aswasa

consisting of 295 poetry and prose pieces in about 9 days which gives an average of 33 verses for a day. may infer that a scribe at could ease writing copy 30-40 verses in. a

We

day. pears

The
to

scribe

be

man

Dataru Narasinga Rao apof culture.


It

He

copied

a disinterested attachment to the Telugu Bharata. Rarely do people get Aranya Parva copied, as a sort of odium attaches to it as an inauspicious
for

Mahabharata

himself.

also

shows

Parva.

That

is

why we come

across with very

few palm-leaf manuscripts of Aranya Parva; Narasinga Rayudu took pains to copy for himself this long and sometimes tedious Parva. The scribe states that he copied these Parvas from the exemplars of Mangipudi Suryanarayamidu and Tumarada Ankanna.
15.

O. U. No. 207.

Sabha Parva.

Complete.

Con-

dition good. Date Narasanna, son of Kakulapati Peda Viranna copied Sabha Parva Aswasa
as per exemplar, by midday on Saturday, Phalguna Suddha Tritiya (3) in the year Jaya. This works out to 4th March 1775, At the end of the Second Aswasa he again notes Friday, Jyeshtha Suddha Panchmi, in the year Manmatha. Gautami Grandhalayanmu Rajahmundry. O. U. No, 908/S. Manuscript belongs to Osmania University Sanskrit Academy. Sabha Parva
I

16.

complete.

Condition good.

Leaves
"

72.

The

which says As the exis so emplar my copy. Right or wrong, it is no fault of mine.'* Gannamaraju Kommaji copied Sabha Parva by Thursday, Chaitra Bahula Saptami, in the year DurmukhL It
scribe adds a sloka

corresponds to April
17. 3.

11,

1776 A.D.
as

_O.

U. No. 532/S.

(Same

serial

No, 24 Adi

Parva). Manuscript belongs to Sanskrit AcaOsmania University, Adi, Sabha and demy,

Aranya

Parvas complete, Condition good. Size 18'xlJ". Leaves 302, Sabha Parva extends over leaves 129-159, Palavayi Challayya copied this for Lakshmi Narsu, younger brother
75

of Gajam Acchanna,

by the

after

noon of Friday,
the

Bhadrapada
Sobhakrit.
18.

Bahula
This
is

Trayodasi, in taken for 1782

year

A.D.

T.

Sabha Parva. Complete Manuscript the T.M.S.S.M. Library, Tanjore. Condition good. Size 15"xl3f", Leaves 54. Grandhas 1000.
40.

M.

lodged in

JO.

Here we

by banebGiduguRamamurthyPantulu from Tanjore. *or


readings
19.

a few words about collation. done in the University. In cases where manuscripts are not lent outside, we sent out our workers. We generally select two manuscripts for external collation. Tanjore manuscripts for Adi Parva were not separately collated as we had the Rao readings collected

may add

large part of

it is

other are

Parvas

Tanjore

Manuscripts

secured.

TM.

37.
d<

Sabha
86

Parva

?m 1000.
ew

xl i" Leaves 74. Grandhas S Manuscript lodged in the T.M.S.S.M.


Rao
Ilege
>

18"

complete.

Condition

Library, Tanjore.

S JWM, v Prabhakar

Hydera

T ^ugu

tT dd
at

the selected palmC P'^ f all Pa rvas except Adi Purva ,

eddy

collated

M
to

Lecturer,

New
T.

and

Sri

eC

20.

^-No
*-

74843
r

Sabha, Virata and


complete.

There ^ .re? ctrC LvV^O


J.XC'J.

dgedintieAd ^ Li Ma r^T rp ParV Parva CXtends tend over lcava-li


a
!nOrinrrc
"**>**

Udyoga Parvas

Udyoga Parv

Condition

^
-vv

'

r "

^4"

21-

-No-

43.
plete.

Andhra Universitv Y Verv nW

'

S a KK bha

Parva c om-

*w#^53&=
76

full

from exemplar by Wednesday, Ashadlia Suddha Panchmi in t e year Manmadha, This


uly

corresponds to 3rd

1527

Collated by

Pundit K. Jogayya
22.

arma.

No.

7/1H1/N1

-6.

Parva. Gonip

etc.

Andhra Univenr<y. Sab a Condition old. I jured Si e

45x11 Cm.
ting good.

eaves 78. Grandhas 657. ate etc. Scribe Remel Gonayya

W-

copied Sabha Parva complete by Sun ay, Bhadrapada Bahula Daarni, in the year arabhava. ? This corresponds to 4th August 14 Collated by Pundit K. Jogayya Sarma.
23.
*

No. 75066.

Adyar

Library.

Sabha and Aranya


Leaves 264.
1-43.

Parvas complete. Condition fair. Sabha Parva extends over leaves

There

are two entries regarding date, Scribe Manavelli Kantayya wrote (this copy) L by Wednesday, Visakha Bahula Panchami in the year Akshaya May 7, 180 (2) by Sunday (Ravi.

varmu)

Aswayuja.
'

uddha

Ashtami

(8)

in
Sri

the year Akshaya,

ollated at

Adyar by

K. Suryanarayana.
24.
25. 26.

*
*

Brown's paper Manuscripts. other readings in Brown's Manuscripts.


Vavilla Edition
the Vulgate.

"^
&
*

27.

Veeresalingana Edition 1901.

28.

London

Edition.

29.
30. 31.

&
3

Karalapati Rangayya Edition 1852. Foot notes of Vavilla Edition.

*
*
a

Ananda

Edition.

32. 33.

Foot notes of Ananda Edition.

*&*
tfo
**v

Kavisiro-bhushanamu Pandityamu.

also

known

as

Ahobala

34. 35.

Same

as

Chandamu

at

Adi Parva,
at

Sarvalakshana Saramu same as

Adi

Parva.

Nos. 26 to 32 are printed Editions. They are the same as described in connection with Adi Parva. Nos. 33-35 also are already described at Adi

Parva under Testimoiiia.


77

COMMITTEES

is

One of the interesting features of the Mahabharat Project that editing is done by committees of Scholars and not by It has both advantages and some disadvanindividual effort. Individual editors in charge of one or more Parvas tages. team of Editors brings a may accelerate the pace of work.

larger pool of experience and thought to bear upon editorial work. There is healthy discussion and common agreement. This may occasion some delay but the gain is distinctive. So Work far we edited the Adi 3 Sabha and Aranya, Parvas. on Virata Parva is in progress. The following scholars participated in the editing for longer or shorter periods.
1.

Prof. K,

Lakshmi Ranjanam

2. Prof.

D. Venkatavadhani

3. Prof.

N. Venkat

Rao

4. Prof. B.
5. 6.
7.

Lakshmi Narayan Rao

Dr. P. Durgaiah
Dr. B. Rarnaraju

Dr. P.
Dr.

Madhava Sarma
Kulasekhara Rao

8.

M.

9. Sri

Ax

Rajeswara Sarma

10.

Dr. K. Ramakoti Sastry

Recently Sri C. Rangacharyulu, Dr. B. V.

Kutumba Rao

and Dr. K. Suprasanna are drafted

into work.

The
our ripe
5

sc

roject has the benefit of the association of some of olars as advisers. They are Sri R. Anantha Krishna
astry.

Sarma Sr Vernparala Suryanarayana


Pichaiah
extern
for
flirt

Afte

on the pecimen
in the

edite advisers met er editing.

Sastry and Sri Deepala were received from scholars opinions the portion, larger editorial board with

some days and

laid

down guide

lines

e three Parvas so far edited were revised

ght of the suggestions of scholars.


executive part of the project
is

The

simple,

There

is

an

Executive Officer who implements the decisions of the Editorial Board. Financial matters are submitted to the Vice-Chancellor
78

for his approval.

The steering Committee of the project enjoyed the benefit of the advice of Dr. B. Gopala Reddy, President, Andhra Pradesh Sahitya Academy. Sri N. Narotham Reddy, M, P. and Sri D. Ramanuja Rao, Secretary, A.P. Sahitya Academy have evinced active interest in the project. The former co-ordinating Officer of the U.G.G. Unit Sri D. Hanmanta Rao was a watchful custodian of the affairs of the project. Sri B. Lakshmi Narayan Rao, N. Venkat Rao Dr. B. Ramaraju & K.LakshmiRanjanam worked as Executive Officers in succession.
3

The

Critical Edition

is

printed in the

Osmania

University

Though the press has no background of subPrinting Press. stantial printing in Telugu, it rose to the occasion and maintained The Director and his staff deserve sufficient *peed in the work.
congratulations. It appears that there is considerable room for improving the quality of printing and get up, Proof reading can be more meticulous.

the office staff Sri N. S. Sunderesv/ara Rao, Pundit has continuously worked in the project. He helped me much in looking up the necessary references for writing the preface. He is generally well posted with information about manuscript libraries, rare publications etc,

Among

CONCLUSION

From August 1959 when the Critical Edition was first mooted, to July 1968 when the first volume consisting of Adi and Sabha Parvas is ready for release, it is nine years. The Osmania University which has sponsored it, the Governments who have provided the financial sinews may feel that the progress
is

The weighty nature of the work partly justifies it. slow. Rishis have defined the very name of Mahabharata as the
work which
is

vast

and one which


It

is

very heavy

(Jfctf*wjjS"

needs utmost caution to proceed in a field already heavily miaed with the attention of former At least half of the 9 years that elapsed gains in scholarship. was spent in expectation of finance. Then there was the difficuland ty to collect a tolerable library of palm-leaf manuscripts Collation of a vast text like Andhra older printed editions. Mahabharat with 21013 (nearly a lakh of lines) verses and prose passages needed a few years,
Tp^tfaf-w^cfy jfccS^tftfjfo-tfgft),

There are no
oroject. leisure hours.

full time editorial committees working on the Teachers of the University do the editing in their

The

project

was

originally conceived to provide

79

opportunity for the teachers aad students of the Telugu Department of the Osinania University to do a big thing by team work. Allowance has to be made for human frailties, the discount between ideals and execution, Altogether the result is not

The path for future work is well laid out, It discouraging. needs a greater number of st ady workers, working round the are told that the B andarkar Institute is engaged on year. the Critical Edition of Sans it Mahabharata for nearly 40 ahabharata s not so vast and its problems are years. Telugu not so varied. ence a team of steady workers may successfully ritical Edition in three-to-five years hence. complete the

We

May the wsemen of Telugu Country witness in the Critical Edition of Andhra Mahabharata, a fitting monument for the
great
poets

Nannaya,

Tikkana and Yerrapragada.

Hyderabad
6-6-1968.

1.

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