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The critical edition of Vālmīki Rāmāyaṇa available at bombay.indology.info doesn't list the verse in question. 1004001a    प्राप्तराज्यस्य रामस्य वाल्मीकिर्भगवानृषिः 1004001c    चकार चरितं क …
answered Apr 27 '18 by sv.
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addition to the text. I discuss the above interpolation in my answer to Do scriptures indicate that Draupadi regretted not allowing Karna to participate in her svayaṁvara? Here's one from Uttarakāṇḍa of Vālmīki Rāmāyaṇa: …
answered Dec 6 '16 by sv.
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Ganguli was right. Irawati Karve in her book Yugānta also states that Śānti-parva is an interpolation and not part of Vyāsa's original Mahābhārata: Even at the end Bhishma's fate pursued him. He …
answered Mar 13 '17 by sv.
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two verses, just referred to regard the release as a thing of the past. ... If scholars believe in the theory of interpolation as an important and inevitable factor in textual criticism … . Interpolation is a natural instinct in man and as such cannot be considered a crime. Considering the texts which have been transmitted for centuries by oral tradition only–viz. the Veda and …
answered Aug 21 by sv.