Sarvasiddhåntasaµgraha on the Saãkar∑ha Kåˆ∂a …v'xTy?y;yyuˇ_; s; p[itp;¥;qRto i√/; R km;Rq;R pUvmIm;'s; √;dx;?y;yivStOt; 17 aSy;' sU]' jw…mnIy' x;br' .;„ymSy tu mIm;'s;v;iˇRk˘ .;Ø÷ .Ø;c;yR’t' ih tt( 18 ------ .vTyuˇrmIm;'s; Tv∑;?y;yI i√/; c s devt;D;nk;<@;>y;' Vy;ssU]' √yoSsmm( 20 pUv;R?y;yctu„kÉn mN]v;Cy;] devt; s˚WR,oidt; t≤ı devt;k;<@muCyte 21 --Sarvasiddhåntasaµgraha, Madras, 1909, pp. 2-3 There is a translation of verses 20 and 21 by M. Ra‹gŒchŒrya, quoted by Lariviere (p. 183): The Uttaram´mŒµsŒ on the other hand consists of eight chapters; and it is also divided into two parts under the head dealing (respectively) with deities and with the wisdom (of true philosophy). Both these divisions of the Uttaram´mŒµsŒ have alike had their sªtras (apho- risms) composed by VyŒsa. In the first four chapters here (in the Uttaram´mŒµsŒ) the deities referred to in the mantras are (given as) described by Sa‹kar·aöa. For this reason it is called devatŒ-kŒö¶a (i.e., the part dealing with deities).