Manuscript is employed for study or recitation and contains references to and praise of the Hindu deity Kṛṣṇa as well as other avatāras or manifestations of the god Viṣṇu and discusses their various exploits, such as the defeat of demons. Reciting the hymns (stotras) is said to remove one's accumulated sins. Manuscript is divided into twelve different short hymns dedicated to different forms of Viṣṇu.
Vishnu; Krishna; Balirāmamula (Son of Rudraṃ Bhaṭa), scribe.
Scribe is Balirāmamula son of Rudraṃ Bhaṭa (f. 18r).; Colophon: iti śrīmadānaṃdatīrthabhagavatyādācāryaviracite [//] śrīma[d]dvādaśastotre dvādaśodhyāyaḥ // 12 // idaṃ pustakaṃ rudraṃ bhaṭasūtena balirāmamulena likhItaṃ svārthaṃ paropakārārthaṃ // tat sat kṛṣṇārpaṇam astu // (f. 18r).; Mistakes blacked out.; Title from colophon (f. 17v-18r).; Written in 7 lines per leaf.; 18 leaves foliated 1-18, upper left and lower right verso.; Some folios are on blue, European stock of paper with an undetermined watermark.; In Sanskrit (Devanāgarī)