Posted on: 16 October 2015

Manuscript of the Devimahatmya (Story of the Great Goddess)
Nepal, Asia
1603 ca.
Wood with pigment, palm leaves, and ink

Durg? Saptashat? (?????????????) Ca??? P??ha (?????????): p??ha – "reading" – refers to the act of ritual reading. The text contains 700 (saptashata; "seven hundred") verses, arranged into 13 chapters - in an early Bhujimol script, Bihar or Nepal, 11th century.
(Contributed by Bibhash Gupta)

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Durg? Saptashat? (?????????????) Ca??? P??ha (?????????): p??ha – "reading" – refers to the act of ritual reading. The text contains 700 (saptashata; "seven hundred") verses, arranged into 13 chapters - in an early Bhujimol script, Bihar or Nepal, 11th century.

Where can I get this ?

This is not Bhujinmol script,this is Devanagari script.

Bhujimol script, palm-leaf MS of the Devimahatmya, Bihar or Nepal

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