Excerpt from Sakuntala: A Sanskrit Drama, in Seven Acts
Unfortunately the Pandits omitted to inform Sir W. Jones that the multiplication Of manuscripts of this play, consequent upon its popularity, had led to a perplexing result, - not, however, unexampled, as has since been ... proved by what has happened to the Ramayana,-namely, that the numerous manuscripts separated themselves into two classes: the one, embracing all those in Deva nagari writing, which, without being uniform, had still a community Of character; the other, all those in Bengali.
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