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Śikṣāpattrī

A composite manuscript consisting of Dīnanātha's Nārāyaṇamunistotra (ff. 1-3); Śatānanda's Rādhākr̥̥̥̥̥̥̥̥ṣṇāṣṭaka (ff. 3-5); Swami Sahajānanda's Śikṣāpattrī with a ṭīkā in Gujarati by the author's pupil Nityānanda Muni (ff. 1-166) and a Gujarati hymn by Muktānandamuni. On the fly-leaf an unsigned inscription in English states that the manuscript was presented by Swami Narain, a reforming saint in…