||Sâ akatayanaâ s Sâ abdanusâ asana with the commentary of Yaksavarma. For Sâ akatayana and his grammar, cf. Ind. Anti, Vol. XVI. p. 24; Vol. XLIII. p. 205. In the latter place, K. B. Pathaka concludes :- â The conclusion to which we come is that the Jaina S'akatayana wrote both the text and commentry' in the Amoghavrtti and lived between S'aka 736 and 789." See also Belwalkar, Systems, pp. 68 to 73; Annals of the Bhandarkar Institute, Vol. I. pt. 1. p. 7 ff. and Winternitz, Geschichte, III. p. 401. Our MS. contains the first pada and a greater portion of the second pada, of the first adhyaya.