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The Pāṇinīyaśikṣā is attributed to Pāṇini or Piṅgala.
Ghosh, Manomohan (ed.) (1938),
Pāṇinīya Śikṣā or the Śikṣā Vedaṅga ascribed to Pāṇini (being the most ancient work on Indo-Aryan phonetics). Critically edited in all its five recensions with an introduction, translation and notes together with its two commentaries [Prakāśa and Pañjikā].
Calcutta: The University of Calcutta.
The Pāṇinīyaśikṣā is a work on Sanskrit phonetics. It is in several versions, which include a versified form and a sūtra form. It is attributed to Pāṇini or Piṅgala. It is one of the most influenti...
Pāṇini (also referred to as Dākṣīputra and Śālāturīya), the author of the Aṣṭādhyāyī, was possibly from Gandhāra, which is the north-western area of the Indian subcontinent. In addition, the Pāṇinī...
Prātiśākhya and śikṣā
Śikṣā (literally ‘instruction’, particularly ‘instruction in reciting’) is the native tradition of phonetics, teaching proper articulation and pronunciation of Vedic texts. Traditionall...
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Shen, Yiming (2021). 'Piṅgala'.
. First published on 30 Jun 2021. Last updated on 30 Jun 2021.