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Discussion of Additional Verses (1) Additional Verse in Chapter I. This verse occurs in MS A between verses 17 and 18, and runs as follows:- वाग्भावोनाच्छकाब्दाद् धनशतलयहान्मन्दवैलक्ष्यरागै: प्राप्ताभिलिप्तिकाभिर्विरहिततनवश्चन्द्रतत्तुंगपाताः । शोभानीरूढ़संविद्गणकनरहतान्मागराप्ताः कुजाद्याः संयुक्ता ज्ञारसौराः सुरगुरुभृगुजौ वजितौ भानुवज्र्यम्। 11 [Translation. The mean longitudes of the Moon, its ap0ge and ascending mode should be (respectively) diminished by the minutes of arc which are obtained by diminishing the (elapsed) years of the Saka era by 444, (then severally) multiplying (that difference) by 9, 65, and 13 and dividing them by 85, 134, and 32 (respectively). (Severally) multiplying (the same diffe rence) by 45, 420, 47, 153, and 20 (respectively) and dividing (all of them) by 235 are obtained (the corrections in minutes of arc) for Mars, etc. (The corrections) for (the sigr00 of) Mercury, Mars and Saturn should be added (to their mean longitudes); (those) for Jupiter and (the stglr0८a of) Venus should be subtracted (from their mean longitudes). The Sun is to be excluded (from this correction) .]] This verse states the so-called sakabda stated in the tabular form, is a follows: correction, which,