The information concerning the various manuscripts is uneven because we did not have direct access to all of them and, therefore, we could not examine each of them personally. In many cases we obtained photocopies or printouts of microfilms or photographs from the libraries, sometimes only for a limited portion of the manuscript. In such cases, we had to rely on the descriptive catalogue of each collection—when such a catalogue exists—and on the data recorded in it, which can sometimes be very scanty. This explains why such details as the exact content of the whole manuscript, its colophon(s), the size of its folios, etc., are missing in some of the following entries.
B1 Calcutta, Asiatic Society, MS III.E.17 (new number: Society collection 1455). Catalogue of Printed Books and Manuscripts in Sanskrit Belonging to the Oriental Library of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, compiled by Kunja Vihari Kāvyatīrtha under the supervision of Haraprasād Shāstrī, Calcutta, 1904, p. 46. Paper; Devanāgarī 85 folios; 25.5 × 11.5 cm. Incomplete (psū – 1.4). Partially worm-eaten, but readable.
B2 Rajshahi (Bangladesh), Varendra Research Museum, University of Rajshahi, MS 2569. Unpublished List of Manuscripts in the Varendra Research Museum Library (vol. 5). Paper; Beṅgāli script; 25 folios; 5 lines to a page. Incomplete (psū – 1.1). The scribe's name is given as Kālī Caraṇa. Nasals at the end of a sentence are always noted with anusvāra. Occasional reduplication of ra is found.