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On Sakara's Authorship of the Kenopaniadbhāya*

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It is an interesting fact that there are two commentaries on the Kenopaniad which are ascribed to one and the same author, Sakara; one is entitled Padabhāya and the other Vākyabhāya. Several scholars such as Belvalkar, Bhattacharya and Saccidanandendra Sarasvati have asserted that only the PBh is S's authentic work while the VBh is spurious. Here I would like to take up these two commentaries and discuss their authenticity.


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