Bhartrihari
Nitishatakam

Ref
32
Pages
23
Script/language
Devanagari
Source Recovery Location
Nashik
Condition
Laminated, paper, bound in a book 
Date digitised
December '2015
References
Hindu Moral Science
Comments
English Translation & Roman Transliteration Available 
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[Nitishataka, the text by Bhartrihari (a 5th Century born language philosopher) is considered as one of the marvellous works in the field of Nitishastras in Sanskrit language. The text is in verses dedicated for the causes of teaching the best of moral science. The sequential order in which the verses are found in the text varies from version to version. Normally, every text begins with a mangalacharana (auspicious beginning). However, it’s missing in this version and the text directly starts with a subhasita.The Scribe only salutes to his teacher at the beginning.]