V. 5 mentions an exception in the case of popular poetry ; it is firstly the option in the case of the Dirghatva of a syllable which precedes a conjunct and secondly the option in the case of the Dirghatva of e and o. These latter are also used as Hrasva in popular poetry. [...] But the important difference between the Paddhati and the Kannada Raghatii is that the former is only Witräsama while the latter is required to be Miitrrt-aksara-sama.3 In the first half of v. 25 Päd.a and Padya are defined while the second half explains the characteristic Anupräsa of Kannada poetry which consists of the repetition of the 2nd letter at the beginning of each Pada. [...] In short the 2nd and the 3rd the 4th and the 5th and the 6th and the 7th Matras must not be allowed to be represented by long letters at the beginning of the lines of a Dvipadi. [...] The rule about the use of the Rati Gana at the 6th and the 10th places and the rule about the use of a _Lai Madana Gana at the 7th and the 11th places are now applicable only so far as the 10th and the 11th Ganas are concerned because the 3rd Pada containing all Ganas from the 5th to the 8th has disappeared and Ela simply does not contain them. [...] In the first half of v. 20 tiye and paw are the Ratis in the 2nd and the 6th places while in the second half they are sarnapd and lare respectively; similarly in the first half the 1st and the 3rd are the Madanas and all the rest i.e.
|Frontmatter||i-iv||P.V. Kane, A.A.A. Fyzee, N.K. Bhagwat|
|Chandonuśāsana of Jayakīrti and Ancient Kannada Metres||1-16||H.D. Velankar|
|Some Extant Versions of Bhartrhari’s Śatakas||17-32||D.D. Kosambi|
|Reviews and Notices of Books||39-46||P.V. Kane, A.A.A. Fyzee, N.K. Bhagwat|
|Books Received||47-48||P.V. Kane, A.A.A. Fyzee, N.K. Bhagwat|
|Correction||48-48||P.V. Kane, A.A.A. Fyzee, N.K. Bhagwat|
|Backmatter||i-ii||P.V. Kane, A.A.A. Fyzee, N.K. Bhagwat|