The PanditProject is a leading prosopographical resource in classical Indian studies. as its method of recording and referrring to information about South Asian intellectual history. The project is headed by Professor Yigal Bronner at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. PanditProject records biographical information about persons, their works and the manuscripts that transmit those works in a network of linked relationships. The PanditProject has been adopted as the principle prosopographical and literary reference resource for the Sushruta Project.
Starting points relevant to this project
The beginnings of a list of known MSS of this work. Also, links to information about the earliest commentaries on the work.
The Suśrutapāṭhaśuddhi of Candraṭa
A little-explored early work of textual criticism focussed on the Suśruta text that may have strongly influenced the post-Nepalese transmission.
A possible manuscript of the lost commentary by Jejjaṭa.
Jejjaṭa is known for his early commentaries on the Carakasaṃhitā, parts of which have survived in south India. It is less well known that he authored a commentary on the Suśrutasaṃhitā, although this is probably lost.
The Nyāyacandrikā of Gayadāsa, an important and very early commentary (including a previously unknown MS in Bikaner)