Manusmṛti

Manusmṛti – Kyōto version.
Author Manu
Editor Michio Yano and Yasuke Ikari ; Richard Mahoney
Title The Mānavadharmaśāstra - SARIT transcript
Place London
Publisher SARIT: Search and Retrieval of Indic Texts
Year 2009
Version 0.1_005
Subject Hindu law
Language Sanskrit ; English
Citation The Mānavadharmaśāstra - SARIT transcript, Yano, Micho and Ikari, Yasuke, compilation, data entry, proof correction, Mahoney, Richard, editing and conversion to TEI markup, (London: SARIT: Search and Retrieval of Indic Texts, 2009), Id. No. 0001-00000002.
Description UTF-8 encoded XML file ; approx. 810000 bytes
Identifier 0001-00000002
Remarks The base e-text was: Yano, Michio and Ikari, Yasuke, editors, Manusmṛti - Kyōto Digital Version, (Kyōto: Joint Seminar on ``Law (dharma) and Society in Classical India'', Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyōto University, 1996), ASCII text file; approx. 360000 bytes.

The source edition for the base e-text was: Shastri, J.L., editor, Manusmṛti: with the Sanskrit commentary Manvarthamuktāvalī of Kullūka Bhaṭṭa, (Dillī: Motīlāla Banārasīdāsa, 1983).

The SARIT transcript of the base e-text was correlated with: 1.) Jolly, J., editor, Mānava Dharma-śāstra: the code of Manu: original Sanskrit text, critically edited, according to the standard Sanskrit commentaries, with critical notes (London: Trübner, 1887); and 2.) Olivelle, P., editor, Manu's code of law: a critical edition and translation of the Mānava-Dharmaśāstra (Oxford; New York; Tokyo: Oxford University Press, 2005).
Funder The British Association for South Asian Studies ; The British Academy
Rights Copyright (C) 1991-1996 members of the Joint Seminar on ``Law (dharma) and Society in Classical India'', coordinated by Y. Ikari at the Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyōto University. All rights reserved. ; Copyright (C) 2009 Dominik Wujastyk. All rights reserved. For more complete details please refer to the Availability Section of the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) Header.
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